Loaded with Shea Nut Butter, this thicker and richer wash has more lather and will soften the skin! This is an emollient and energizing wash that will hydrate and nourish the skin and hair. Gentle enough to use as a face, hair and body wash. This blend will ease muscle aches and pains and with its antiseptic and anti-fungal properties it is a perfect foot or bath soak. It eliminates grease, chlorine and dirt from the hair and body and may help sooth skin injured by burns, irritations, cuts and insect bites.
Therapeutic benefits: Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, relieves muscular aches, pains and stiffness. Antimicrobial, antiviral. Assists in blood circulation.Aromatherapy benefits: Stimulating, balancing, soothing, refreshing. Relieves itchy or inflamed skin. Aphrodisiac properties.
Ingredients: Organic Saponified Coconut and Olive oils (with retained glycerin) Jojoba oil, Shea Nut Butter, Guar Gum Extract, Aloe Vera and Rosemary extract. Essential Oils of Ginger, Lemongrass, Sandalwood.
Directions:Wet your skin or hair and add several drops to your hands, lather well and rinse. Dilute a few drops with water in the hands to use as a facial cleanser.
8 oz. PET bottle with disc flip top $18.00
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2012
Nice scent, mild product, great for frequent use.
Posted by Noelle on 18th May 2012
I remember I used this years ago and then started using other things when I ran out. I was in my 30's and having acne problems. Then I started working out regularly again and decided to purchase SCFA again. My skin cleared RIGHT up again and it's soft and beautiful. Also, I'm a vegetarian, so having a plant based beauty routine with no chemicals makes me feel cleaner and like I'm doing the right thing for my body.
Posted by Marni Harang on 20th May 2011
I am a solo long distance bike rider who uses and appreciates your Tri-Body Wash. On a recent 2,000 mile ride for charity, my post ride shower with the luscious smell and the delightful feeling of cleanness from your Tri-Body Wash was one of my favorite after ride rewards.
Posted by Maurice Ellis on 12th May 2011
"Kudos to Taylor on her skin care for athletes products. The Tri-body wash is so invigorating especially after my flying long trips. This is definitely the product for people on the move. Thanks T. S."
Pronounced "tha'-lates," these little plasticizer chemicals pack a punch to male sex organs. Whether it's sperm damage, feminization of baby boys, or infertility, a growing number of studies link phthalates to problems in men and boys. Pregnant women should avoid it in nail polish ("dibutyl phathalate") and everyone should avoid products with "fragrance" on the label, chemical mixtures where phthalates often hide. Toxic gender bending chemical used as a plasticizer in food wraps and many pliable plastics and containers. Also used in hairsprays and some cosmetics including nail varnishes from where it is readily absorbed into the system. All 289 people in a recent test for body load of chemicals tested positive for phthalates. Phthalates are implicated with low sperm counts and also causing sexual abnormalities and deformities.
Extracts from human and cow placenta can condition skin and hair. Vital to a growing baby in the womb, these same extracts in skin care and cosmetics give the body a slug of hormones that may be enough to spur breast growth in toddlers according to a few recent case studies. placenta and amniotic fluid listed. Both of those contain estrogen and other hormones. In some cases, you will see estradiol listed, which is simply a different form of estrogen.contain estrogens, which can penetrate the skin, enter the blood stream and stimulate the growth of "estrogen-sensitive" breast cancer cells.
These tiny little inventions are touted as the next green revolution, but we don't find much sexy or green about untested ingredients that can slide up the optic nerve to the brain or burrow inside red blood cells. They're found in cosmetics in forms ranging from tiny wire cages called "buckeyballs" to miniscule bits of metals used as sunscreens. Good luck finding them, though — companies don't have to tell us that they're in our products, though we found that more than one-third of all products contain ingredients now commercially available in nano forms. And we did find them listed outright on the labels of some sunscreens (nano metals) and skin creams (buckeyballs).
Nanoingredients such as fullerenes have been shown to damage human liver cells and cause brain damage in fish. Titanium and Zinc Oxide nanoparticles (used in many sunscreen products) have been shown to be photoactive, producing free radicals and causing DNA damage when exposed to UV light.
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