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Shea Terra Organics Launches New Products

February 14, 2014

Ingredients include Moroccan mud and minerals.

Brisk winter winds, dry indoor heat and long hot showers can all take a toll on skin during the wintertime. Just in time for the cold weather months, Shea Terra Organics has added new additions to its line of premium organic skin care products to help moisturize, heal and protect skin. It recently debuted an Argan and Olive 2-in-1 Body Scrub and Moroccan Mud-Tox, both $18. The products are available in Clementine, Dark Amber and Menthe Vanilla scents.

“Many people rely simply on lotion to relieve dry winter skin but it takes more than that,” explains Tammie Umbel, founder of Shea Terra Organics, “From exfoliating, to cleansing and moisturizing, our new products will meet all skin care needs so you aren’t left itching and scratching your way through the winter months.”

Leading the pack is the 100% natural Moroccan Mud-Tox Body Cleanse. According to the company, it showcases the healing and detoxifying benefits of Morocco’s exclusive lava clay and can be used in place of soap. Rich in silica and a variety of minerals, Moroccan Mud-Tox Body Cleanse detoxes skin by drawing toxins and impurities out from the skin while also helping to repair skin.
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