Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm

Seriously, I like all the variants of Dr. Pawpaw (I have them all) but this one really is the bomb. I’m talking about the Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm. It moisturizes dry chapped lips and cuticles and it soothes dry cracked skin such as hands, heels, elbows and knees.

I’ve been applying it on my little one's bum after diaper changes and I’ve also been using it on my new pixie cut hairstyle for numerous stylish looks. 

This balm has also become part of my beauty routine at night as it leaves my skin beautifully bright and plump without causing any clogging or irritation. The Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm is a 100% natural multipurpose soothing balm with natural Pawpaw and Shea Butter. It is fragrance-free, suitable for vegans and not tested on animals

The clear consistency is thicker than normal Dr. Pawpaw balms, it melts onto your skin and it has an earthy, nutty smell of which Castor Oil is prominent. Shea Butter is known for its healing properties, which can be attributed to the presence of several fatty acids and plant sterols such as oleic, palmitic, stearic, and linolenic acids. See more benefits of Shea Butter for skin, hair and health here.

I love the pretty mint green packaging, the plastic is 100% recyclable and the 25ml lightweight tube fits perfectly into my handbag. Of course, it does (insert cough) and I also love the fact that all the ingredients in this product are ethically sourced.

In fact, many women earn their livelihood by working in the Shea Butter Industry, giving it the name 'Women’s Gold'. You can purchase the Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm for R99.95 at Dischem.

Have you tried the Dr. Pawpaw Shea Butter Balm variant? Tell me about it in the comment section.

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