Moisturizing Beige Shea Butter Cream
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Moisturizing Beige Shea Butter Cream

$20.99

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Artisans in Accra, Ghana, source this shea butter locally. It is hand-processed by two other groups that harvest nuts from shea trees. Ghanaians use shea butter for a wide variety of purposes including moisturizing and as an anti-inflammatory. Shea nuts are very hard, and require multi-stage processing before they can be used.

In addition to the harvesting and processing of shea butter, and the production of the cream itself, this product provides work for fairly paid artisans who produce the ceramic container and the recycled glass beads used for decoration.

  • Shea butter, ceramic jar
  • Tea tree and lemon scented
  • 3Dx2H inches
  • jar contains 1.5-1.7 ounces shea butter
  • Made in Ghana

Our mission: We create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.

Our vision: One day all artisans in developing countries will earn a fair wage, be treated with dignity and respect, and be able to live a life of quality.

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Our mission: We create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.

Our vision: One day all artisans in developing countries will earn a fair wage, be treated with dignity and respect, and be able to live a life of quality.

 

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