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This hand butter with sea buckthorn is perfect for dry hands with chapped skin. The high-quality organic ingredients will give your skin the most nourishing and moisturizing feel. The hand butter is best when massaged onto skin after washing your hands. Gluten Free.
Deeply reparative hand butter that soothes dry, cracked hands
- KEEP YOUR HANDS ALWAYS SOFT
- SMELLS GREAT
- HIGHLY MOISTURIZING
Lhamour is the first natural skincare line to emerge out of Mongolia and is revolutionizing the Mongolian economy, empowering local citizens, celebrating Mongolian landscapes and people, and ultimately changing the way the world sees Mongolia.
Founded by Khulan Davaadorj in 2014, who was awarded 'Woman of the Year' by the Prime Minister of Mongolia in 2016, Lhamour's products are suitable for everyone – men, women, babies and kids and all skin types and concerns. Even a few hospitals in Mongolia use the products on its eczema and psoriasis patients with successful results, so you can be rest assured that the products are both safe and effective.
Lhamour crafts with ethically, sustainably sourced raw ingredients, from local family-owned organic farms and nomadic herders, that are unique to Mongolia – such as sea buckthorn, grass-fed tallow, rosehip, nettle, thyme, and yak's milk. These ingredients have been used for centuries in Mongolia to help protect skin from the harsh climate. Lhamour is more than just a skincare company and is truly founded on the basis of love—which is partly why the brand is named “Lhamour”––love for people, the planet, and more specifically, Mongolia. Khulan is a strong advocate for the empowerment of women, environmental justice, and the marginalized populations of Mongolia. She uses funds from Lhamour to create a program that exposes young Mongolian girls to STEM and recently created an app that'll help young Mongolian children learn the fundamental components of several global languages. Lhamour aims to be a company that gives back whenever possible.