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Here is why our hair, skin, and nails are in love with Morocco's favorite oil!

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Shea butter contains many natural minerals and vitamins. Its skin-friendly vitamin A and E both contribute to its moisturizing and smoothing properties. In fact, raw, unrefined shea butter has long been used as an ideal moisturizer for dry skin, and it has even been used to treat eczema and chapped lips. However, while shea butter has long been used to soften and hydrate skin, this versatile moisturizer is also an excellent natural product to use on your hair and scalp. Its natural soothing properties benefit the skin on your scalp, eliminating irritation and reducing the risk of dry, flaky skin. As a scalp conditioner and treatment, it can help reduce inflammation and itchiness — and leave your hair feeling soft and silky.

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Natural bath and beauty products use ingredients from plants and other natural sources to achieve beneficial results for hair and body care. Good natural products are made with high-quality oils, butters, and essential oils created from plant sources to gently soothe and condition the hair and skin. Here are some often-used ingredients in natural beauty products:

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If you are constantly looking for a moisturizing shampoo that can tame your dry, frizzy hair, you should try a shea butter shampoo. Shea butter, for decades, has been used as a natural conditioner. It is known for its ability to be transformed into a healing salve and is known for its amazing moisturizing properties when it is used in shampoos. Whether you want to condition your dry hair or to encourage new hair growth, shea butter can improve the health of your hair.

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Hair ultra-damaged, dry, split and unmanageable? Try the ultra-restoring power of our new Shea Butter, Avocado & Lychee line of haircare rescuers. Whether your hair is suffering from too much blow drying, flat ironing, coloring, sun or pool chlorine, our three new hair care products will help get you back to glossy.

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Native to Queensland and New South Wales, Australia, the tea tree plant has been recognized for hundreds of years for its powerful medicinal and healing properties. The essential oil of this plant, also called “melaleuca oil,” is derived from the tea tree seed. The oil is known for its distinct, yet pleasant, camphor-like odor. Research shows that both the tea tree plant and its extracted oil have anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, and antiviral properties. The essential oil can also be used as an all-natural insecticide and stimulant, and can even increase your body's ability to absorb certain nutrients from food. However, one of the best uses of tea tree oil is as a conditioner for your hair.

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Shaving cream works the best, smells the best, and feels the best when it's made with 100% natural ingredients. With a little research, you can find plenty of natural and additive-free creams (think: no parabens, no gluten, no sulfates, no animal products, and no animal testing) that will give you a close, clean shave and at the same time nourish your skin.

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If your eyes are the windows to your soul, then consider your mouth the front door. Your smile is a huge expression of who you are, and in addition to maintaining white, clean, healthy-looking teeth, it's definitely worth your while to take care of your lips by regularly using a natural lip balm.

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Coconut oil has become increasingly popular for use in natural skin care products because of its many impressive health benefits. Everyone from beauty experts to health professionals is recommending replacing many personal care products with coconut oil. But there is an even better version of coconut oil to try. It’s called “fractionated coconut oil.” This refined coconut oil is now being celebrated for its moisturizing and healing properties.

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Dead Sea mud masks come from mud that is harvested directly from the Dead Sea, a place known for its singular curative and invigorating properties. This mud mask is unique in that its application can cleanse the body while providing it with minerals and relief of pain. For this reason, a Dead Sea mud mask can be effective anywhere on the body to alleviate discomfort and to clear timeworn blemishes that arise from poor circulation. However, the Dead Sea mud mask is known best for the restorative effects it has on the face – notably, its ability to mitigate the process of aging and to cleanse and rehydrate the pores. But that is not all this mud mask can do. Here is a list of five health and beauty benefits that might surprise you, benefits that are proven to derive from a Dead Sea mud mask:

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