50 Shades of Shea

**50 Shades of Shea**


Warm Vanilla Sugar - Inspired by the sweet indulgence of sheer florals, vanilla absolute & sandalwood. A delightfully rich and deep vanilla which is paired perfectly with a come hither of brown sugar.


Eucalyptus Essential Oil - Is from the leaf of an evergreen tree with a strong woody and medicinal aroma. It is a tree native to Australia.


Cucumber Melon - The coolness of a cucumber with a delightfully sweet melon.


Citrus & Sage - A rich citrus blend of orange, tangerine, and lemon over a velvety green sage heart.


Egyptian Musk - is a perfume that has been in existence for thousands of years. Most people describe Egyptian Musk as having a heavily floral, earthy scent with a spicy undertone. This heady fragrance doesn’t generally smell cloyingly sweet or overly chemical. Egyptian Musk was originally utilized to attract the opposite sex. People who use this fabulous fragrance first use it because they like it themselves. The Egyptian queen Cleopatra is known for wearing Egyptian Musk oil. In fact it is believed that it was the mystifying scent of Egyptian musk oil that helped her to win over Mark Antony.


Jasmine Vanilla -is a blend of the essential oils that are known to inspire feelings of sensuality, while also promoting a sense of confidence to maintain a sense of being grounded and calm.


Pear -It is thought that pears originated in the Caucasus from where they spread to Europe and Asia and that they were first cultivated more than 4000 years ago. Both the ancient Greeks and Romans valued the fruit for its flavor and medicinal properties. They also attributed aphrodisiac properties to pears and the fruit was consecrated to Aphrodite and Venus, the goddesses of love.


Coconut -The term coconut dates back to the 16th century. It derives from the Spanish and Portuguese word coco, meaning "a grin". The origin of the coconut plant is vague. Many researchers suggest Malaysia to be the likeliest place, others consider the north-west of South America. It is enriched with vitamins and minerals. The fruit provides a whole lot of useful and healing properties. Coconuts can be used in food and cooking in many ways. It is also used in a great number of creams, scrubs, and moisturizers.