Summer weather can wreak havoc on our skin, hair, and nails. The sun and heat tend to dry them all out. That’s where Treets comes in.
Nourish Your Spirit This Summer With Treets
Treets Traditions Nourishing Spirits Miracle Oil is amazing. You can use it on your face, body, nails, and even your hair. With six precious and natural oils such as Marula, Baobab, Kukui nuts, Almond, Jojoba, and Argan oil. This oil will hydrate dry, cracked skin. It will add needed moisture to dried out hair as well. (We all know how sun and chlorine can really make a mess of our manes.) Miracle oil will help heal damaged skin, and will even reduce the appearance of stretch marks.
Originates from Africa
Gogo (grandmother in Africa) used to collect tree nuts from nearby trees. They would then extract the butter and oils from them, and apply it to their skin before working in the harsh, dry environment of Africa. The oil and other products have a warm and rich smell that I think you’ll love as much as I do.
Not just oil
Nourishing Spirits Miracle Oil is just one product in the Nourishing Spirits line. You can also get Bath Fizzers (bombs) to take your “me time” bath to the next level. They also make Shower Cream, Body Butter, Hand Wash, Hand Lotion, Foaming Shower Gel, Shower Cream, and Shea Butter Scrub.
I love Treets Traditions products. I currently have their Healing in Harmony Bath Fizzers and Bath Tea. I love them. I also have their Nourishing Spirits Miracle Oil. I do use it in my hair. I apply it to my ends a day before washing, and let them soak up all the goodness. I can also attest that it’s gentle, and works great. Also, because Treets Traditions respects our environment, their products are free of SLS, Parabens, SLES, colourants, silicones, and mineral oils.
My son loves the Bath Fizzers too. So much so, that I have to put a couple out of his reach, or I would never get to use any. When I let him use their Bath Tea, he is amazed that it’s a “tea bag for the tub!”
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