Pamper your skin & Plant a tree in Malawi

We all know the feeling when our skin gets very dry in particular during the colder winter months. It’s imperative to use a rich lotion during those months in order to avoid a very dry and itchy skin. However, some body lotions don’t do the trick, and some others are too rich and leave a layer of thick cream on the skin. We all want a body lotion that does the trick, but also leaves the skin nice and smooth – and dry!

Most of us also like to hydrate our skin with natural ingredients. One very effective hydrator for the skin is the baobab tree found in Africa. Locals across Africa have used the tree for making nourishing skin products. Shea butter is also known for its skin-healing and nourishing properties. These two ethnobotanicals promote smooth, supple skin that stays touchable and soft all day.

Having suffered from dry skin for my whole life, I finally discovered a body butter that combines all of the above and has kept my skin in top condition ever since then. No more dry skin, leaving me feel completely ease in my own skin – so to say!

body butter 1

And what’s more – for each tub of the body butter bought, the company plants a tree in Malawi. So – by using an amazing body butter on my skin, I am also helping Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world.

I strongly encourage you to give it a go and see it for yourself – and even if you don’t like the product, you can feel good about having planted a tree in Malawi. Do get in touch if you would like to try it – it is not sold in shops but we have access to it and can order it for you: Tiija.rinta@gmail.com

Malawi-Children

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Author: Buna School of Music

New music academy and teacher training centre in Kampala, Uganda. For more information, please see: www.https://bunaschoolofmusic.wordpress.com/

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