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Shea Hand Wash Refill

Nutty scentFor dry skin

Shea Wash Wash Refill 250ml
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What does it do for you ?

Care for hands every time you wash with our nourishing Shea Hand Wash. Enriched with Community Trade shea butter from Ghana, it cleanses and refreshes hands while leaving them feeling soft, conditioned and subtly scented. Top up your handwash at home with our 100% recyclable refill bottles.

  • Enriched with nourishing Community Trade shea butter from Ghana
  • Leaves hands feeling clean and soft with a subtle scent
  • With conditioning properties
  • Includes 100% post-consumer recycled plastic content
  • 100% fully recyclable
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Shea Hand Wash Refill
$12.00

How to use

  1. Unscrew the pumps from your 275ml hand washes and open the flip top cap of the refill product, and pour content into the bottles.
  2. Apply a generous amount to hands, lather up with water and enjoy the nutty scent.
  3. Rinse thoroughly and follow with the Shea Hand Cream.

Community Fair Trade shea butter

Intensely nourishing for dry skin and hair

Shea butter has been used for generations to help Ghanaian women protect their skin from the dry Saharan winds. Its rich texture and high fat content makes it intensely moisturising, which is good for skin and good for the community. Every 200ml tub of Shea Body Butter is packed with the butter of 36 shea nuts. It’s a lot. We counted.

We’ve been working with Tungteiya Women’s Shea Butter Association in Ghana for over 25 years. Over 600 women from the association use traditional techniques handed down through generations to handcraft the shea butter that fills our favourite Body Butters.

It was our founder, Anita Roddick, who started this partnership, and it’s something we’re really proud of.

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Women working with shea butter

Our trade provides a fair price and financial independence for the women. We also pay a premium to invest in community projects, and today over 45,000 people benefit from the social fund – including healthcare, sanitation and education projects.