After the holiday season, winter blues set in and spring feels so far away. If you find yourself in a mid-winter funk, chase away cold weather blues with an uplifting dose of spring with SheaMoisture’s Organic Lemongrass Collection. These products contain potent natural ingredients to lift spirits and keep skin glowing.

At the heart of all SheaMoisture products is shea butter, which is loaded with vitamins and essential fatty acids to deeply moisturize and repair skin. Lemongrass, the core ingredient of this collection, is a natural astringent and anti-inflammatory to help balance skin. A known stress reliever, lemongrass also provides an invigorating aromatherapeutic effect. Antibacterial tea tree oil and emollient orange extract are added to keep skin moisturized.

The SheaMoisture Lemongrass Collection includes:

  • Lemongrass & Ginger Shea Butter Bar Soap: Invigorate the senses and cleanse away impurities without causing dryness, tightness or irritation with this nourishing organic bar soap.
  • Lemongrass & Ginger Body Scrub: This revitalizing scrub exfoliates and nourishes with moisturizing shea butter, healing tea tree oil and refreshing lemongrass.
  • Lemongrass & Tea Tree Lotion: Hydrate and rejuvenate skin with this nutrient-rich moisturizing body butter. Smooth on skin after bath or shower, or any time skin is in need of moisture.

Lemongrass & Tea Tree Lotion costs $9.99; Lemongrass & Ginger Body Scrub, $9.99; and Lemongrass & Ginger Shea Butter Bar Soap, $4.99. Visit for store locations.

About SheaMoisture

Since 1912, SheaMoisture has been committed to making the highest quality natural skin-care products, which are safe, therapeutic and results-oriented. SheaMoisture does not test on animals and the products do not contain parabens, phthalates, paraffin, sulfates, formaldehyde, mineral oil, artificial color or synthetic fragrance. Committed to giving back to the people who are integral to our success, Shea Moisture proudly partners with organizations around the world ranging from international development groups, charitable organizations and local communities. Visit for more information.