Shea Terra Organics Tamanu and Licorice Face Wash clarifying formula combines two powerful ingredients in concentration to reveal clear, brighter skin. An alternative to Shea Terra Organics Rose Hips Black Soap.
Certified Organic Tamanu Oil from Madagascar has rare anti-bacterial properties and encourages new cell growth. Licorice Root soothes and reduces inflammation caused by blemishes and it helps decrease hyper-pigmentation by inhibiting tyrosinase resulting in glowing, even toned skin.
Benefits & Key Ingredients:
Tamanu Oil: skin healing and rejuvenating properties, with high concentrations of lipids, neutral lipids, glycolipids, and phospholipids. Tamanu oil therapeutic properties are due to a high level of fatty acids, incuding: Oleic 41%, Linoleic 29%, Linolenic 10%, Stearic 13%.
Licorice Root: reduces inflammation caused by blemishes and decreases hyper-pigmentation to help give the appearance of clearer, radiant, and even toned skin
How to use:
Apply Shea Terra Organics Tamanu & Licorice Clarifying Face Wash to wet face. Massage well into pores. allow to work 2-5 minutes before rinsing off. Tingling sensation is normal. Avoid contact with eyes, not to be used as eye make-up remover. Can be used everyday, day and night.
certified organic sunflower oil (helyanthus annuus), certified organic virgin coconut oil (cocos nucifera), certified organic tamanu oil (calophyllum inophyllum), potassium hydroxide, citric acid, licorice root (glycyrrhizha glabra)
Angelina Jolie is a fan of these ‘Amazing Products" - Shea Terra Organics Products are Fair Trade, Sustainable, cruelty-free and feature natural ingredients that are native to Africa. Shea Terra Organics vision is to share with the world natural skincare products that contain Africa's natural, indigenous and time-tested ingredients whilst creating economic sustainability for hard working families and helping to preserve their Africa's wildlife habitat.
Shea Terra Organics Founder, Tammie Umbel, set out to create potent natural products with the philanthropic purpose to preserve Africans' wildlife habitats and bring income and economic sustainability to hardworking families across Africa. She works closely with cooperatives, scientists, conservationists and non-profits to actively seek out ingredients little known outside of remote parts of Africa.