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Rhône Botanicals & Skin Care Gives 21 Reasons to Use Shea Butter

Rhône Botanicals & Skin Care Gives 21 Reasons to Use Shea Butter

Silky smooth skin is a beauty must no matter what time of year it is. Talking Pretty reviewed a new product on the market, Rhône Botanicals & Skin Care, that will leave your skin feeling like a newborn baby’s bottom. What sets them apart from the rest is their use of unrefined shea butter to create the ideal all-natural skin treatment.

“Put another way, if it’s not pure, not natural, you won’t find it here,” said Denise Rhone, president and founder of Rhône Botanicals & Skin Care. “I stay with the basics by only using three ingredients, shea butter, jojoba and essential oils, making for a natural balance in promoting good health and well-being.”

Their products not only left the skin feeling smooth and clean, but their impressive Dead Sea salt literally makes the skin feel like it just shed a layer. The sea salts, scrubs, and body butters come in relaxing scents and essential oils with lavender, lemongrass, mango or eucalyptus to exfoliate and hydrate the skin, relieve muscle soreness, and calm the mind.

A product I loved was their shea-based eye cream, which is infused with acai, a powerful antioxidant. It minimized the bags and puffiness underneath my eyes and made me look more bright-eyed.

For more information on Rhône Botanicals & Skin Care, visit their website www.rhonebotanicals.com or call 617-650-4255. Here are 21 skin conditions Rhône Botanicals says shea butter will improve. –mckenzie harris

1. Dry skin
2. Skin rash
3. Skin peeling, after tanning
4. Blemishes and wrinkles
5. Itching skin
6. Sunburn
7. Shaving cream for a smooth silky shave
8. Small skin wounds
9. Skin cracks
10. Tough or rough skin (on feet)
11. Cold weather
12. Frost bites
13. Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy
14. Insect bites
15. Healthier skin
16. Muscle fatigue, aches and tension
17. Before and after strenuous exercise
18. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak
19. Eczema
20. Dermatitis
21. Skin damage from heat (hot grease while cooking, radiation treatment for
certain medical problems, etc.)

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