At my desk, I keep a jar of Whipped Mango Body Butter, which is full of shea butter and essential oils that condition and hydrate my dry skin.
The aroma of mango practically seeps from the jar, and it lingers on my skin long after I’ve applied it. I also like to give my feet, legs, elbows and neck extra attention with Harper’s Naturals sugar scrub, which softens my dry, flaky skin. When used together, my skin is silky and soft, despite the cold weather.
The body butter helps to protect against aged and wrinkled skin, windburns, acne, razor burns, sunburns, rosacea, eczema, and stretch marks.
The creators of Harper’s Naturals initially created their products for their daughter’s painful eczema, which was triggered by the preservatives in products carried in grocery stores.
I recommend this butter to protect against cold weather, to alleviate very dry skin, and to soothe skin conditions like dermatitis, that is inflammation of the skin.
Harper’s Naturals body and hair products are designed to help with hydration, exfoliation, and healing. Their products help preserve the naturally occurring oils in your skin without causing irritation.
Their products help preserve the naturally occurring oils in your skin without causing irritation.
This post was sponsored by Harper’s Naturals, a cruelty-free cosmetics and skincare company.