How to use:
Use at any time of the day and as often as necessary 1 - Massage a small amount onto the backs and palms of your hands with large circular motions. 2 minutes of gentle massage will allow the cream to penetrate the upper layers of your skin for immediate comfort 2 - Take time to work the formula into your fingers, over your knuckles, and on the dry areas between your fingers 3 - With any remaining cream, massage into each finger, from the top of the knuckle down to the ends of your fingertips
Shea butter is ultra-nourishing so you can use it on your body in the mornings, evenings, and after exposure to extra dry conditions.
Apply a thick layer of cream just before going to bed to treat damaged hands.
Apply some hand cream under your nails before gardening to prevent them from getting dirty.
Apply a thick layer of Shea Butter onto paper cuts so that they are instantly soothed and won't leave any scars.
Keep a handcream in your bag to regularly nourish your hands because when it is extremely cold, gloves are not always enough to preserve your skin's softness and comfort.