Shea Butter

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100% Shea Butter is a multi-purpose all natural vitamin A skin cream. It's derived from the seed of the Shea Tree.

Savage Soaps Shea Butter is a great moisturizer for dry skin areas. It's also good for the following: Dry Skin, Skin Rashes, Skin Peeling after tanning, Blemishes and wrinkles, Itching Skin, Sunburn, Small skin wounds, Skin Cracks, Tough or Rough Skin on feet/elbows, Frost bites, Stretch Mark Prevention, Insect Bites, Healthy Skin, Muscle Fatigue Aches and Tension, Skin Allergies such as Poison Ivy/Oak, Eczema, Dermatitis, Skin Damage.

Every household should have a jar of Shea Butter, either among the beauty supplies for soft smooth better looking skin, or in the medicine cabinet for minor skin injuries around the house. SHEA BUTTER is the skin's best friend!

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SAVAGE 30-DAY GUARANTEE: 

It’s rare for any showering beau or bathing beauty to not be happy with Savage Soaps. But if for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your Savage Soaps purchase within 30 days of ordering, please contact us for a refund. 

 


DERMATOLOGIST RECOMMENDED 

“I have been prescribing Savage Soaps skincare products for my patients for the last 6 years.

As a former Medical Officer, in the division of the Food and Drug Administration that regulates cosmetic products, I take the study of skincare products with the utmost of seriousness and provide all of my patients with a customized skincare regimen.

What I love about Savage Soaps skincare products is that whether I am prescribing ‘O Honey Fairest’ (Oatmeal Honey Soap) for the most sensitive of skin conditions, or ‘Power Shield’ as my secret weapon in acne protocols, I know that my patients will experience great improvement with no irritation.

Savage Soaps products offer simplicity in cosmetically elegant formulations that are made in small batches with the purest of ingredients.”

        - Lisa R. Ginn, MD FAAD, Board Certified Dermatologist & Licensed Esthetician 


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