Caress skin in a cocoon of skin loving ingredients.
Only the best ingredients can produce a wash which comforts skin without drying.
Shea Nilotik’ Moisture Wash is made in small batches from fresh ingredients. Shea Terra begin with a high concentration of organic, extra virgin olive oil and cold pressed Ugandan shea butter. They add just enough organic, cold pressed coconut oil to create soft, creamy bubbles. As part of their commitment to truly natural products, they use only mountain spring water in every batch. Anything else simply can’t be natural.
Key Ingredients & Benefits
- Generous amount of vegetable glycerin for its ability to draw moisture to the skin.
- Colloidal oatmeal for it skin soothing and softening properties.
- Cape kelp, wild harvested on the pristine Cape of South Africa, is added to calm and add moisture to the skin.
- Buchu Leaf: gently removing excess oil without drying the skin, reducing spots and blemishes while deep-cleaning pores and soothing the skin
Put a bottle at the kitchen sink, bathroom sink and in the shower. And use for different purposes! Body or Hand Wash!
How to use
Apply small amount to hands or sponge. Add little water to lather up.
This wash is highly concentrated so a little goes a long way. The key is adding a little water at a time to increase bubble. Rinse off thoroughly.
For better moisturizing, follow up with one of Shea Terra Shea Nilotik’ Ultra Rich Lotions with a brimming 20% cold pressed shea butter.
pure mountain spring water, USDA Certified Organic extra virgin olive oil, USDA Certified Organic Ugandan shea butter, USDA Certified Organic virgin coconut oil, potassium hydroxide, coco glucoside (natural surfactant- boosts the suds in our natural wash), vegetable glycerin, cold pressed Ghana shea butter, buchu leaf, eucalyptus essential oil, colloidal oatmeal, Cape sea kelp
Note about potassium hydroxide: This ingredient turns oil and water into soap. Potassium or sodium hydroxide is in every soap except genuine African black soap. Some manufacturers chose to leave this ingredient off their labels to fool people into buying their product. But if it is a soap, it is is in there. One can’t make soap without it. It is neutralized in the product during cooking.