Last year I discovered a shea butter product that I absolutely can not live without. Now don't misunderstand, I have used shea butter for years and my skin loves me for it, but this shea butter is different.
Before I go into how this particular shea butter is different, let me tell you a little about the company. This information about the company is very important to me, because I value companies that value and respect people and nature.
Nilotic was founded in 2015. One of their central pillars is women and community empowerment. Their products are 100% natural; there are no added chemicals, preservatives, sulfates, or parabens; also, no animals are used in the creation of these products, not even beeswax!
Nilotic's commitment to women and community runs so deep, that for each order placed, they pay 3 weeks (or ¼ of a semester) of school fees for a disadvantaged child in Kampala, Uganda and also plant one moringa tree, one bamboo tree and one nilotic fruit tree (shea tree) in Northern Uganda. For more information about Nilotic and their initiatives, please visit the website at www.nilotic.us.
So, what's different about this shea butter you ask?
Well, first, this shea is grown in Northern Uganda unlike the West African grown popular shea that most of us know. Second, it contains a higher percentage of phytonutrients which are very healing to the skin. The third difference is immediately noticeable, and that is the texture. This nilotic shea,is soft, smooth & light with a whipped velvety texture; it is not hard, crumbly and difficult to scoop with your fingers at all, which is quickly absorbed by the skin.
This stuff is nothing short of amazing and I just had to share. It smells good, it feels good and did I mention, 100% natural!
I love these products so much, that when presented with the opportunity to become a company ambassador, I jumped at the opportunity.
I urge you to go try it for yourself. Go to the site, www.nilotic.us and use my code VELVETSKIN642005 for a 20% discount off your order. Trust me, you'll be glad you did!
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