There are two downsides of travel for me: jetlag, which for me seems to apply to all forms of tranport, and dehydration. I’ve never been so aware of my body’s need for H20 as when I’m travelling.
One of the best things for combatting dry skin from the outside is moisture-laden shea butter. Sourced from the nut of the shea tree, shea butter has naturally-occurring vitamin E and helps moisturize skin, improve elasticity and helps skin maintain tone.
Shea trees grow mainly in west and central African countries, such as Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Tree Hut proudly uses certified-organic shea butter in all its products, and infuses it with almond oil, honey, Hawaiian kukui nut oil and Polynesian coconut shells for its Almond and Honey Shea Body Collection, which includes a body scrub, wash, butter, and lotion.
So if you can’t travel to west Africa and want to prevent the ravages of dehydration on your skin, consider a trip to the drugstore for a Tree Hut product, that will soothe the skin and help your mind wander to plan your next journey.
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