Key West Retinol Cream and Shea Butter - Review #beauty

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Taking care of my skin has become more important as I get older. I wish I'd taken better care of my skin when I was younger! I'm so excited to share about these two products from Key West Health and Beauty. I received the Key West Retinol Night Cream and the Key West Organic Unrefined African Shea Butter and my skin is loving them!
This Shea Butter is harvested from the nut of the African shea tree. It's often used in cosmetics, soaps, hair conditioners, lotions and moisturizers, but it's also used in food preparation throughout Africa. The Key West shea butter is firm because it comes in a raw, unrefined form which makes it pure, rich in nutrients, and highly beneficial. It's also certified organic. Most products that you buy with shea butter are soft and creamy (refined) which strips the shea butter of its value. Using the Key West shea butter, you can create the same consistency as lotions or creams at home with a minimal amount of effort and without the harmful chemicals, plus you can add natural ingredients to create the aroma you want. You can find recipes on the Key West YouTube Channel. I personally love using it straight out of the container as a moisturizer. It also helps heal stretch marks, provide relief from eczema, condition hair, minimize wrinkles, and relieve sunburn and itchy bug bites. I have used it over and over again!
The Key West Retinol Night Cream is a wonderful product. I've had lines around my eyes for about ten years now and retinol has made a real difference in helping to reduce the effects of my fine lines. I've been using the Key West Retinol Night Cream about every other night. This brand contains 2.5% of retinol, which is 2 1/2 times the amount as the standard 1% strength (found in most retinol creams) and is the strongest percentage available without a prescription. It is also helping to firm my aging facial skin and reduce my age spots (even on my hands). It's a fabulous product and I highly recommend it.

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  1. The shea butter looks like it works on so many things. It would be great to have in the medicine cabinet.

  2. I would give it a try. Does it irritate the skin or your eyes? That would be my only concern putting something so close to my eyes.

    1. It does not irritate my skin. Since I am a contact lens wearer I don't put anything too close to my eyes unless it's specifically made for around the eyes. But I do use it on the outer wrinkles of my eyes and it does not make my eyes burn.

  3. It looks very moisturizing.


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