Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Review: Tree Hut Shea Body Butter

Tree Hut Shea Body Butter is 7 ounces of natural, non-greasy goodness! Give your skin the softness it deserves without having to visit a day spa. Our Shea Butter is formula is a fast-absorbing, ultra-moisturizing skin softener and a must-have everyday pleasure. Feel the lasting softness all day long in up to four unique scented fragrenes.
An intense moisturizer containing almond oil and sweet honey blended with our ultra-moisturizing Shea Butter formula. It absorbes quickly and makes you smell wonderful all day long.

Tree Hut is sort of a fun company, it says that it is the first to bring Shea Butter into beauty care products. I don't know if that is actually true, but they make a really nice body butter. It is super thick and creamy, so I use it just before bed so that it has a long time to soak in. I have the almond & honey scent, which I think is a touch strong, but it fades after a few minutes so it isn't too overpowering. It is especially nice on really rough areas that need a lot of moisture like elbows and heels. It is available in most drug stores and I even saw it in the grocery store the other day!


shavaugn said...

Has anyone found the Ginger scent? I have been looking for a year in the Philadelphia (PA) area and online. It seems not to exist anymore and I cannot get a confirmation on this from the company...

deedlejuse said...

Hi Shavaugn,
So, in answer to your question, no I have never seen this scent. I did find it on amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Tree-Hut-Shea-Butter-Ginger/dp/B000KFYOYI
but it is not available. You can sign up to have them email you when it does become available though. I will keep trying to find something for you, 'cause now I want to try the Ginger scent for myself, from what I've read it sounds awesome!

wheejang said...

Hi Shavaugn,
I was actually looking for the Ginger too! I called the company and they said that it was discontinued for a new scent Hawaiian Kukui(which is fantastic!). They also told me that i could still find it at some ULTA stores, Ross, and Amazon.com (also mentioned a holiday pack that would have Ginger for the holidays)