|Dropping temperatures call for more intensive skin care solutions. Are you prepared?|
Summer is fading fast with colder fall weather soon on our doorstep. Just like that changing season, our skin becomes drier and needs more lubrication as those temperatures drop if we intend to protect it. The ideal way is satisfying that need by nourishing certified organic skin care like the ones I tried with L’Occitane Pure Shea Butter and Dry Skin 15% Shea Butter Foot Cream.
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L’Occitane’s Certified Organic Pure Shea Butter ($42) is concentrated and fair-trade approved, which made me feel extra good about applying. This cream also is jammed with vitamin E to boost its healing effectiveness. Being as thick as it is, I didn’t need to use all that much for extra dry areas like elbows, lips, cuticles to notice improvement. You can use this on the face, feet or even to smooth brittle hair, but I prefer saving this more for those tough rough spots for how this rich, intensive formula can handle it.
If you have been trying foot creams and thought they came short of your expectations, I suggest that you try their 15% Shea Butter Dry Foot Cream ($28). The amazing thing about this award-winning cream is how quickly you’ll invigorate those feet while softening them. This refreshing product with its arnica and lavender in addition to the shea butter and botanicals has nice absorption into even rough heels without excess greasiness, leaving them wonderfully moisturized without feeling slick.
You honestly won’t be disappointed with either of these L’Occitane Shea Butter products with how they work so check them out at the company’s website or one of the L’Occitane boutiques near you.