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Amazing Benefits of Shea Butter
  • Moisturizes severely dry and damaged skin

  • Helps to protect from the harsh elements, such as wind, sun, and cold weather

  • For use on all skin conditions 

  • Excellent for eczema and psoriasis

  • Helps to heal cracked heels 

  • Wonderful for cracked cuticles and hands

  • Stops peeling due to sunburn

  • May help to reduce wrinkles 

  • Helps to heal and soothes itchy and irritated skin 

  • Soothes insect bites and poison ivy

  • Moisturizing for stretch marks

  • Great for nursing mothers

  • Helps to heal cold sores

  • Wonderful for diaper rash, bed sores, and skin wounds 

  • Soothes burns

  • Soothes and heals after shaving or waxing (with no stinging)

  • Adds moisture to dry, brittle hair

  • Helps to repair and may prevent split ends 

  • Helps to protect hair from damaging sun rays, extreme heat, and chemicals 

  • Use to protect your hair from damaging chlorine before and after swimming

  • Helps to maintain hair’s natural shine 

  • Nourishes due to high content of vitamins A and E

 

Facts about Shea Butter
 Shea Butter is a butter obtained from the nut of the Mangifolia tree in Central Africa. The tree has a life span of 300 years and produces the Karite nut once a year. Once the Karite nut is harvested it is then boiled and the oil is extracted from it, then refined into sea butter. Shea Butter is known as women's gold. It has been said that only women are allowed to harvest the nut. Shea butter has been around for many years and the African people value it due to its miraculous health benefits. Shea better penetrates deep into your skin. It gives skin back its youthful elasticity. It will soften and deep moisturize without greasiness.