Summer’s Here!


Shea Touch has come up with a few helpful tips to keep in mind while your showing skin and letting your hair down:

  • Always wear sunscreen. There are consequences to keeping skin your skin unprotected in the sun. UV rays from the sun can cause sunburn or even skin cancer. Keep in mind that a higher SPF doesn’t mean the sunscreen is better or will protect you from all types of sun damage. The FDA recommends SPF values of 15 or higher.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Being out in the summer causes us to sweat more and get dehydrated faster.
  • Exfoliating during the summer helps to get rid of dead dry skin cells.
  • Avoiding working or playing outside between 10am- 4pm when the sun is at its peak.

Let us know what’s your summer regimen? 


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Posted by on July 9, 2013 in Natural skin care, summer skin care


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Babies and Eczema

Baby eczema generally occurs the first few months the baby is born. Eczema can be a discomforting process to go through, but with the right products and patience eczema can be outgrown over time.

What can trigger baby eczema?

Dry skin. There has to be enough moisture getting into the skin, if not the skin will become irritated causing it to be inflamed.

Irritants such as wool baby clothes, body soaps, and laundry soaps all can flare up eczema.

Heat and sweat. Hot temperatures can cause your baby to sweat which can make eczema worse. Avoid putting too many blankets on your baby or overdressing.

What can help with baby eczema?  

Moisturizers. A good moisturizer, fragrance-free cream, or ointment, when used daily, will help your baby’s skin retain moisture. Works best if you apply immediately after a bath.

A lukewarm bath can help hydrate, cool the skin, and the lessen itching.

Covering the hands at night will ensure that your baby doesn’t scratch; too much scratching can lead to scarring.


Eczema Relief Baby Lotion: This well-balanced baby lotion features 2 powerful moisturizers, Shea butter and Aloe Vera; Turmeric & Acai Oils as antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agents. The Golden Jojoba Oil is good for sensitive skin with infection prevention and healing property, as well as the Turmeric Oil that has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.


Shea Touch is proud to be 100% Natural. Parabens & PEGs free, Silicone free, Environment friendly and NO testing on animals.


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Surviving Curl Hair

With the right products you can embrace your natural curl pattern! Curly hair can have its ups and downs, but Shea Touch has come up with a few tips to get you through surviving curly hair:


When it comes to curly hair you will need a good conditioner. The purpose of a conditioner is to put moisture and nutrients back into the hair. If you’re going to shampoo the hair opt for sulfate free cleansers, they are gentle on your hair and scalp.

Using too much product

Using too much product in your hair can weigh the hair down and cause build up. It’s better to use lightweight products such as serums, creams and lotions that are easier on your curls.

Sleep on a satin pillowcase

A satin pillowcase won’t take the oils from your hair overnight like cotton pillows. The right pillow can reduce the fizz and keep your curls intact.

Be selective with combs

Use a wide-tooth comb instead of brushes or combs with narrow teeth. Using wide-tooth combs decreases the likelihood of frizzing and unwanted breakage.


Shea Touch is proud to offer an all-natural hair-line 100% Natural! Paraben & PEG’s free, silicone free mineral oils free.

The Rejuvenating Hair Cream: This all natural hair cream made with ultra-rich shea butter and also contains olive oil, jojoba oil an Indian Amla and Brahmi extracts. These natural ingredients are known to protect, moisturize and strengthen hair as they stimulate growth.

Leave-In Conditioner: This natural and light leave-in conditioner provides your hair with frizz control, detangling, shine and lasting moisture. Pure unrefined shea butter and aloe vera leaves juice along with other plant extracts condition your hair by locking in moisture, providing nutrients, and protecting it from sun rays and dry air.


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Posted by on March 6, 2013 in Curly hair, Hair Care, Natural hair


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Taking Care of Your Feet

We use our feet everyday whether we are walking, running or just standing. This being said, it is important that we find the time to give our feet attention, just like we do for the rest of our body.

Shea Touch has come up with some useful tips to take into consideration when it comes to dealing with your precious feet:

Washing your feet

Washing your feet tends to be overlooked while in the shower. You’re on your feet every day and washing them ensures that there isn’t dirt left from the day.


Moisturizing helps heal dry cracked feet as well as relieves stress from the day. If you are dealing with dry, cracked, or callused feet then a heavy moisturizer or oil can suffice. Try to wear white cotton socks to bed each night after applying the moisturizer. This will make your feet soft and supple as well help take care of calluses.

 Choosing the right Footwear

When it comes to buying shoes make sure they are not too tight. The extra room is used for support and comfort. Also try not to wear socks or stockings that are either too short or too tight because they can interfere with the circulation of blood to your feet.


Shea Touch is proud to offer a Foot Care line made with a perfect blend of natural and rich shea butter, apricot kernel oil, castor oil and turmeric oil. Shea butter and turmeric oil are well known for their natural soothing, healing and anti-inflammatory effects. This formula is based on ages old African and Indian traditions to help soothe and heal cracked heels.

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Posted by on February 20, 2013 in Feet care, Skin Care


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Struggling with Acne

Whether a teenager or an adult, no one is safe when it comes to acne. According the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), acne is one of the most common skin problems in the United States. Acne is prone to occurring when dirt and oil get into your pores developing into an unwanted pimple.

Shea Touch has come up with a few tips when dealing with acne:

  1. Don’t bust pimples. Busting pimples only creates scars once the pimple is gone.
  2. Always wash your hands before touching your face.
  3. Try to keep your hair away from your face so the oils from your hair won’t transfer to your skin.
  4.  Your skin needs to breathe so make sure you’re not sleeping in your makeup, too much build up can cause pimples.


Shea Touch has come up with an all-natural acne relief system to help your skin fight off all current and future acne problems. Below are just a few of our hand-picked ingredients that will help to assist with your specific problems, naturally:

  • Witch Hazel is a natural astringent and mild pain reliever.
  • To open up your pores we use Willow Bark Powder which is a natural salicylic acid.
  • As a natural inflammatory we use Shea Butter to reduce scarring.
  • Termeric Oil is a natural anti-oxidant that assists with aging, scaring and bacteria that gets into the skin.
  • To bring moisture and hydrate the skin we use Rose hydrosol.

Shea Touch is proud to offer a skin care line specifically for acne relief. We understand the frustrations that acne can bring so we bring to you a line with beneficial ingredients to ease your troubles.


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Posted by on February 15, 2013 in Acne, Skin Care


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The Importance of Taking Care of Your Body

Life can sometimes get in the way of taking care of what’s really important. YOU! 


“Your body is precious. It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.” ~Buddha

Here are a few tips that Shea Touch recommends that tend to be overlooked:

1.      Sleep

In order to work efficiently, your body needs sleep. Sleeping helps keep a healthy heart as well as a healthy body. Doctors also have proven that sleep relieves stress and keep you alert during the day.

2.    Nutrition

Make sure that your body is being fed food that is beneficial. By eating foods with nutrients you are reducing the risks of future problems that could alter your health.

3.      Exercise

Whether it’s running or just stretching, exercise is proven useful when it comes to preventing diseases, increasing stamina and improving your overall quality of life.


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Posted by on February 11, 2013 in Uncategorized


Healthy Hair

Healthy hair will always be in style no matter what the season. It is important that your hair gets the attention that it needs in order to perform well. There isn’t a secret to gaining healthy hair it all starts with YOU!


  • Studies have shown that STRESS is a contributing factoring to hair loss. Stress can cause physical changes in the body a common condition is Alopecia areata, in which white blood cells attack the hair follicle, stopping hair growth and making hair fall out.
  • Certain foods in your diet are effective in promoting hair growth and can provide a healthy alternative. Foods like: salmon, chicken, turkey, fish and eggs are great for promoting hair growth.
  • Vitamin B (Biotin and B-6) supplements have been proven to not only assist in hair growth but be beneficial to the body. Help to produce healthy red blood cells preventing anemia and stimulating hair growth.


Shea Touch is proud to have Hair Care line that is beneficial to promoting hair growth by using 100% Shea Butter and all NATURAL ingredients.


Posted by on February 9, 2013 in Hair Care, Hair growth


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