Shea Shower Cream
All skin typesGentle cleansingVegan
Shea Shower Cream gives you a moment of shower-time bliss. Cleanse your body with rich, relaxing, lathery layers of our silky-smooth Shea Shower Cream.
This little luxury is your skin’s biggest fan. Infused with Community Fair Trade shea butter, it’s gentle, loving and so very generous as it cleans and helps to promote that soft-skin feeling.
It’s a creamy, hydrating shea shower cream for dry skin or any skin that wants a little love. And a little goes a long way, just a small dollop of the good stuff will have your body feeling super soft from head-to-toe.
This nourishing shower cream is pure indulgence, not to mention its divine smell. And if you love the idea of using shea for skin and the shea nut oil benefits that come with it, then you’ll really love the rest of our Shea products for the ultimate pamper package.
- Skin feels nourished, soft and freshly cleansed
- Smells like bliss: nutty, warm and cosy
- Uber-rich moisture for the ultimate indulgence
- Enriched with Community Fair Trade shea butter from Ghana
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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.
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.