The Classic Shea Butter Collection From L’Occitane Now Comes With A Happy Twist

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Embark on a true sensorial experience with the new Happy Shea Collection from L’Occitane

One of the most iconic collections from L’Occitane, the Shea Butter Collection, now comes in a new limited edition: the Shea Happy Collection.  The new collection comes in a new wax pattern design with bright Shea leaf colours depicting bright sun that gives happiness. And not just that, it also has a new refreshing citrus scent that is proven to be able to evoke well-being and happy moods. It has grapefruit, orange and bergamot as the top notes, which is then followed by mango and ginger in the middle notes, and finally completed by peach and musk on the base notes.

Let’s take a closer look at what you’ll find inside this limited edition range:

Shower Body Cream
This delicate shower cream gently cleanses the body while helping preserve the skin’s natural balance. While the Shea Butter softens and nourishes the skin, the citrus notes will surround the body for a feeling of revitalization. After the rich, generous lather cleanses the skin, it leaves behind a soft feeling and mood-lifting scent.

Ultra Light Body Cream
This is an innovative body cream with a unique airy texture with lightweight finish that feels soft on the skin skin. Formulated with 5% Shea Butter, it helps nourish the skin and leaves it feeling supple and comfortable.

Dry Skin Hand Cream
Enriched with 20% Shea Butter, this hand cream helps to nourish, soften and protect the skin. And with the joyful notes of citrus, it’s like an infusion of positive energy for a mood-lifting moment.

Ultra Rich Body Cream
Containing 25% Shea Butter, this comprehensive body care formula helps deliver intense nourishment to the skin, protecting it from dryness and strengthening its hydrolipidic barrier. It provides lasting hydration for dry to very dry skin up to 72 hours and gives a feeling of softness and comfort. It is quickly absorbed and leaving no greasy film behind.

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