Shea Shower Cream
Dry skinCleanse & help softenVegan
Get that beautiful body feeling gently cleansed and hydrated with our Shea Shower Cream.
Now Vegan Society certified and made with 91% ingredients of natural origin including handcrafted Community Fair Trade shea butter from Ghana, our hardworking Shower Cream helps leave skin feeling soft, cleansed and hydrated. This warm and comforting scent leaves skin smelling nutty.
Suitable for dry skin, it gently lathers up from a rich cream, transforming into a super-soft, creamy foam.
The bottle is recyclable and made from 100% recycled plastic, including our Community Fair Trade recycled plastic collected off the streets of Bengaluru, India. You can recycle the cap too! This means you can love your planet every time you lather up and love your body.
Plus, our 750ml bottles include our first ever recyclable pump. How cool is that? Simply twist the ridged section until it clicks to lock and unlock.
- Shower cream
- Perfect for dry skin
- Leave skin feeling soft, hydrated and cleansed
- Nutty and creamy
- 91% ingredients of natural origin
- Now certified by The Vegan Society
- Dermatologically tested
Shea Self Care Regimecomplete your routine
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.