The iconic L’Occitane She Butter Hand Cream 30 ml, in its renewed tube packaging, with its new cap form that can be opened with one hand, saves 369.6 Tons of CO2* per year (*equivalent to 4 round-trip flights from Paris to Sydney). The 30 ml cream, which is produced from a single piece of white material and is easier to collect and recycle, consists of 96 percent natural ingredients.
Don’t think about external influences and stress
Thanks to its formula, it protects your hands against external influences by respecting the microbiota that keeps the skin in a harmonious balance. The cream, which soothes even dry and very dry skin types, is rich in Shea Omega 6. It contains a high concentration of Shea butter, at 20 percent. This high rate nourishes and protects your hands more; It proves that it is more than a hand cream with the story behind it.
The dense and rich structure of the cream is quickly absorbed into the hands and leaves an oil-free finish on the skin. With Shea hand cream, your hands go from visibly dry to soft and flexible. It makes a difference not only physically but also internally. It revitalizes our senses and relaxes us physically and mentally.
After L’Occitane’s collaboration with the famous actress Aria Mia Loberti, it has become more with its content, more with its packaging, more with its ecosystem, communities and nourishing our skin. Shea nourishes our skin so well that it elevates the sense of touch to an instinctive feeling beyond the physical. We can know subtlety and spirituality when we feel it. No one knows this feeling better than visually impaired Aria Mia Loberti. The star is a part of the blind community, like the character Marie-Laure, played by Shawn Levy in the four-episode series based on Anthony Doerre’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “All The Lights We Can Not See”. Aria Mia’s hands, her unique sense of touch, give her more than what appears on the surface.
L’Occitane is honored to work with Aria Mia Loberti because she is proof that we can all nourish and flourish if we embrace different relationships with the world around us.
A recipe beyond nourishing the skin
Years ago, during his visit to Burkina Faso, Olivier Baussan, the founder of L’Occitane, witnessed the nourishing properties of Shea butter on the skin of Burkina women who produced and used it. After his visit, he searches for the formula to nourish the communities that produce Shea butter, just as he nourishes the skin of Burkina women who produce Shea butter. L’Occitane has been using shea from committed fair trade and organic sources ever since. Thanks to this transformation in the supply of shea butter, more than 10 thousand more women in the chain earn a living. This is how L’Occitane’s Shea has been nourishing skin, communities and ecosystems for years.