If you are from London I am sure that you are familiar with Camden Market and if your not, I'm going to give you a not so great explanation- It's a market that sells clothes, a whole lot of jewellery but most: in-your-face Chinese Food sellers. The last bit might be hard to understand if you haven't been there.
I was so happy when I discovered a stall selling hand made natural soaps, shampoo bars and conditioners. But the best part was the soft raw Shea Butter. After discovering that I had a long conversation with the man who sold the products about Shea Butter and why some of it is Yellow (that's not real Shea Butter btw).
Anyway, I went back a few weeks later and got a great deal on some Shea Butter and a lovely Peppermint soap. I ended up getting 5x100g Raw Shea Butter and the soap which is of similar size.
The only Shea Butter I'd tried before was the mysteriously yellow one, which is either coloured or not real Shea Butter. This one is super soft and has the usual Shea Butter nutty smell.
I love this soap! It's Peppermint but there could have been slightly more Peppermint Oil in this to give more of that cooling sensation. It does give a creamy lather and the soap doesn't feel harsh at all.
The Shea Butters are £5 and so are the soaps. And if you are there, check out their lovely hand salve. It smells like the LUSH lemony flutter- but better!
Where do you get Shea Butter from & have you been to Camden Market?
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