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Comment by Diane Friday-Travel Specialist on May 18, 2012 at 3:24pm

Help support shea butter women from poor villages of Ghana so their children can attend and stay in school!

Enjoy the benefits:

•            Raw shea butter helps heal scars, burns, bruises, and stretch marks.

•            Prevents ashy skin, chapping, and skin rashes.

•            An ideal hair conditioner that protects the scalp from sores and            rashes.

•            Helps prevent hair from breaking, fading, or thinning out.

•            Fortifies cuticles and nails.

•            Helps rid the scalp of dandruff.

•            Raw shea butter helps drain toxins from sore muscles: perfect for sports            participants.

•            Helps prevent skin irritation for babies: used for generations to            help babies sleep better.

•            Prevents irritation, and restores skin natural luster after shaving.

•            Ideal for dermatitis, eczema, and athletes foot.

•            Firms up aging skin and helps clear wrinkles.

•            Massage shea butter into areas affected by arthritis,            joint pains, or other muscular aches.

•            Shea Butter naturally contains vitamins A and E.

 

Call Diane at 704 865 2144 for more info.

 

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