I have a hard time when it comes to picking out beauty products or skin care products. I want something that is going to work well, smell good, and be safe to use all at the same time. Recently I was able to try out a line of skin care products by Tree Hut and I have to say, I’m impressed.
ABOUT (From Tree Hut Website)
Tree Hut started from humble beginnings in Farmers Branch, Texas. We made our first body butter with a simple goal: create an amazing product that does what it says. To follow it up, we made sure that each product was amazing by asking our customers what they thought before we ever sold it. And as it turns out, our customers know best, allowing us to make amazing products for over 10 years.
And because our loyal customers have helped us grow, we put even more focus on making fantastic products for your body. We’re still a small company, so we make sure that you and finding your natural beauty comes first.
How We Develop Products
We all know the benefits of natural ingredients, which is why we source ingredients from all over the world from Certified Organic Shea Butter to coconut shells imported from the Polynesian Islands. Every single Tree Hut product contains an array of natural oils and extracts to bring out the beauty of your skin.
But it’s not just about good ingredients; it’s about balancing the right ingredients for the right results and finding the right scents to indulge your senses. It’s about loving your skin and loving Tree Hut even more after using it.
I was able to try out the Brazillian Nut Shea Extra Rich Moisturizing Lotion from Tree Hut as well as the Hawaiian Kukui Shea Body Butter. Both smell amazing, and if there was ever a time when you wished you had smell-o-vision on your computer, you would want it now to smell these.
The Shea Extra Rich Lotion is said to repair damaged skin with delectable scent of Brazilian Nut. Natural Brazil nut oil, a natural source of vitamins A, C and E, hydrates and repairs skin that’s become dull and damaged. This extra-rich Shea body lotion, infused with certified organic Shea butter and Brazil nut oil, fortifies for smooth and healthy feeling skin, all day. I have to say, I agree with the description. My skin felt great after just one use, and as I said before. The smell is wonderful as well. I don’t like lotions that tend to dry you out more than they moisturize (I’ve had some) and this one definitely does not do that. It works great and it is nice and thick, not runny like some that I’ve tried.
According to Tree Hut, the body butter has Natural Hawaiian Kukui nut oil that naturally repairs, cracked and neglected skin, helping it to regain its natural moisture. This extra thick body butter, infused with certified organic Shea butter, Cocoa butter, Kukui nut oil and Safflower Seed oil, was designed to seal in moisture, giving a deep moisturization and helping to repair and retain your skins natural moisture leaving it soft and rejuvenated. I am not usually a body butter type of person, but I figured I would give it a try because I have really dry skin. Honestly, I can’t believe I’ve never used it before because it works so well at making my skin feel soft and smooth. I just put some on after I get out of the shower, and I don’t feel like my skin is so dry like it usually is.
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