Peet Bros. Launches 100% Palm Free Shea Butter Lotion In New Eco-Friendly Aluminum Bottles

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Peet Bros. Fights Against Destructive Palm Oils By Using Only The Best Natural Ingredients To Help Moisturize Your Skin

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Join the palm-free revolution! Free of palm oil that’s proven to be destructive to the planet, Peet Bros. Shea Butter Moisturizing Hand & Body Lotions are filled with ingredients that are good for your skin, such as shea butter, olive oil, and cocoa butter. Now available in an aluminum bottle because eco-conscious products are more than just their ingredients.

The new Shea Butter Lotion is eco-safe inside and out. This 100% palm-free hydrating lotion is made with super-rich, moisturizing Shea Butter. It not only absorbs quickly, but it leaves your skin feeling hydrated without being sticky and greasy. Soft and touchable skin is within reach!

Peet Bros. Shea Butter Lotion is available in a variety of fragrances: Coconut Vanilla, Unscented, Argan & Sandalwood, and Lavender

At Peet Bros., it all starts with having more moisturizing ingredients like Shea Butter and Olive Oil. But great ingredients also mean being completely palm free, as well as free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates, and artificial fragrances. Sadly, many major brands use palm oil while touting environmental values…even though palm oil enables rainforest destruction and climate change and is one of the largest contributors to global deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, and biodiversity loss. The truth is that palm oil is a cheap alternative that does tremendous harm to our word. Peet Bros. is exposing people who care to the deception, greed and destruction that drives the palm oil industry and offering superior choices that are great for your skin. There are significant movements in Europe, the U.K. and Australia to ban palm oil or remove it from products, and Peet Bros. is helping to lead a consumer revolution away from palm oil.

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