Black Seed Honey & Shea Skin Formula

Black Seed Honey & Shea Skin Formula
Black Seed Honey & Shea Skin Formula
Item ID: EB1743
100% Natural. Skin problems? Protect and soothe skin with this super natural skin care combination. Pure, certified black seed oil is combined with two varieties of our cold pressed shea butters. Genuine black seed honey is lopped on top awaiting your skin care issues. Use on difficult skin areas to protect and soothe skin all day long. Scroll down to discover more. 

Size: 6 oz. 
Sometimes skin needs a little help from a friend. Whether its rough patches, an area with a skin issue, or simply dry skin, Black Seed Honey & Shea Skin Formula will nurse skin to good health. This formula utilizes nature's most potent ingredients to soothe and protect skin. Certified organic, cold pressed black seed oil from the ancient Nile basin is coveted for its holistic uses throughout antiquity. We combine this oil with two soothing shea butters, one from East African and the other from West. Both having different skin care properties, they provide skin with an array of skin care benefits. Coined by us Ghana Gold, this cold pressed shea butter, one of its kind in West Africa (almost all other shea butter is boiled and produced under unsanitary conditions), is beneficial for skin complications. This boosts the efficacy of our East African shea butter. Cold pressed in Uganda, this variety of shea butter is very soft and emollient in comparison with West African shea butter. It aids in the protection against dry skin and improves tone. To top off the formula, literally, we've added a spoonful of genuine black seed honey in each jar. The honey was produced during the bloom of the black seed flowers in the Nile basin creating a honey that is full of nutrients. Stir the contents of the jar until smooth and apply daily. 

The FDA does not allow us to tell you how amazing each of these ingredients are. If we say that an ingredient heals or cures an ailment, even if it does, we can not make this claim. FDA considers these to be drug claims, and thus we are limited in the verbiage we are allowed to use.