Shakespeare’s Sister’s Skincare – The athlete’s choice for an anti-chafing, anti-friction and healing body butter. Made with the simple ingredients of Shea butter, Avocado and Coconut oils, Vitamin E and pure essential oils. No petroleum, no silicones or polymers; just simple goodness in our healing soaps and body butters.
This is what our customers say:- ‘I run marathons and I would recommend the use of this body butter to keep the skin on your feet healthy and supple – and it has been great when I get blisters.’ MB (Bruni)
‘I have found the lavender body butter extremely useful in giving ‘glide’ in my sensitive areas when I do long distance cycling. In Scotland we call it ‘batty butter’! AH (Scotland)
‘As a regular runner who sweats a lot, my skin gets very dry especially with showering twice a day. The range of soaps have reduced the dryness and flaky skin I have had for years and the balms and creams come in handy in this cold weather to stop the chaffing and chapped skin. Wouldn’t be without them from a bloke who thought soap was well… just soap, but not anymore.’ LC (Stratford-upon-Avon)
‘The healing body butter has helped my skin recover after major chaffage developed during triathlon training in the winter. Cycling in cold wet lycra is not pleasant!’ PD (Manchester)
‘New boots + Rugby match = blisters Healing butter + blisters + hot bath = Relief!’ CC (Stratford)
‘I am a tester for Judith. My pack of goodies held a peppermint lip balm as my lips get dry running; a healing body butter to keep the skin on my feet soft and supple, and to do away with friction chafing even though I wear CoolMax tops it just helps keep everything relaxed; a Bay and Lemon soap olive oil soap for its wonderful crisp refreshing scent and anti-bacterial properties; and finally a small bottle of orange flower water body mist for that final blast of refreshing citrus aroma. I am pleased with all of the products, but I have asked her to produce a smaller jar of the healing body butter as the existing size is too big to carry with me to runs.’