Whip your skin into shape

Whether you're ready or not, Carnival/skin-baring season is here, which calls for some skin rejuvenation! For 2023, hydration is the name of the game. Nothing feels more indulgent than whipped body butter, and the options from Tuesday Style fave beauty brand Tree Hut are obvious go-tos.

Yes, Tree Hut whipped body butters have delightful scents of Vanilla, Watermelon, Moroccan Rose, and Coco Colada, but their true superpower is the airy, glide-on formula that gives skin an ultra-buttery feel with none of the grease and all of the essential nutrients for an enviable head-to-toe glow.



Long-lasting fragrance




Whipped formula

The Tropic Glow Firming Whipped Shea Body Butter smells like warm, summer skin with key notes of almond, golden amber and Australian sandalwood and contains Cupuaçu butter to help prevent dry skin and restore the feeling of elasticity. (Photos:www.treehutshea.com)
The glow-boosting scent of Vitamin C will leave your skin feeling soft, hydrated and smelling amazing! (Photos:www.treehutshea.com)
Smells like summer, poolside vibes with key notes of coconut, pineapple and coconut milk.(Photos:www.treehutshea.com)
The creamy, classic scent of Vanilla features key notes of smooth vanilla, warm sandalwood and coconut cream (Photos:www.treehutshea.com)
Whip your skin's hydration back into shape with the Moroccan Rose Shea Body Butter.(Photos:www.treehutshea.com)

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