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Cheap Hair and Beauty Products with Shea Butter that Work

While browsing the aisles of Target, Everything She Wants came across products by Shea Moisture, a line of bath, body and hair products made with certified organic ingredients.  


I picked up the Organic Raw Shea Butter Reconstructive Elixir ($9.99) and the Organic Raw Shea Butter Body Wash ($9.99).  Made by Sundial Creations, the company's founders Richelieu Dennis and Nyema Tubman started their business selling scented oils on a sidewalk in Harlem.  Now they're sold in Target and Walgreens.


Although I get a lot of free hair and beauty swag to blog about, it still feels good to discover quality products that work on my own.  The elixir spray has given my twists a shiny, healthy glow and the silky smooth body wash makes my skin feel clean and moisturized at the same time.



According the Shea Moisture's website, the key benefits of Shea Butter are:
1) Shea Butter is known for its skin softening effects.
2) Evens the skin tone and returns the luster back to our skin and hair.
3) Shea Butter absorbs quickly into the skin and doesn't leave any greasy residue.
4) Moisturizes and protects skin and scalp, especially processed and heat-treated hair.
5) Doesn't clog pores & block hair shaft.
6) Revitalizes, softens and maintains skin moisture.
7) It's naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F, which are essential for a good skin balance.
8) Shea Butter penetrates deep into skin to help restore elasticity.
9) Benefits your skin by keeping it clear and smooth.
10) Also, helps soothe scalp and skin irritations.

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