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Shea butter has been used in African cultures for centuries, protecting skin subjected to the harshest of...

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Main Applications & Skin Benfits

Shea butter has been used in African cultures for centuries, protecting skin subjected to the harshest of environments. When applied, shea butter provides an effective barrier against the drying damage caused by cold, wind, and sun, allowing your skin to heal. You'll feel the difference from your very first use. Shea butter gently moisturizes, leaving skin irresistibly soft and supple. You will want to indulge often, however it is not necessary. One or two applications a day is usually enough.

Some of the virtues of 100% pure African shea butter are as follows:
Prevents dryness of the skin
Protects hair and skin from the sun
Soothes burns
Excellent for:
- Roughness of skin
- Ulcerated skin
- Irritated and chapped skin
- Baby's skin


  • Improves surface capillary circulation (skin regeneration) 
  • Anti-inflammatory (fights rheumatism) 
  • Anti-wrinkling (strengthens and smoothes skin 
  • Anti-aging (prevent skin from thinning) 


Main Applications & Skin Benefits

Repairs: Unique to shea butter is its high content of non-saponifable fats. This natural fatty acid action is felt at the cellular level and contributes to the regeneration process of dry and wrinkled skin.
Moisturizes: Shea butter penetrates deep into your skin and returns its elasticity. It will revitalize, soften and maintain moisture to your skin without greasiness. The superficial layers of the skin absolutelly require an acceleration of blood circulation. You will notice a tingly sensation on your skin immediately after application.
Flexibility: It is the high content of unsaponifiable elements and vitamin F in Shea butter that makes it so flexible. You can feel the difference just by touching your skin after a massage.
Local Applications: Apply immediately after shaving or waxing to prevent irritation and to give your skin a lustrous, satiny look and feel.
Shea butter is ideal for softening dry skin. Use for dry and wrinkled skin, sunburns, scars, skin irritations, cold sores, itching, diaper rash, eczema, burns, dermatitis and skin discolorations. Soothes and heals skin after shaving or waxing.
Men and Athletes: It is no longer popular for them to have lined skin. Use Shea butter after shaving for a healthy and younger feeling sking. Gentlemen, at least once a week, apply a generous amount from head to toe. With special care for joints (Elbows and Knees), toes heels and nails.
Essential for baby's daily care: Shea Butter has been used daily for centuries as a unique link between mother and child to prevent delicate baby skin irritations. Totally wipes out diaper rash
Sun & Summer: You skin suffers during the whole summer. Regular use of Shea Butter in addition to sunscreen products, before and after sun exposure, protecs skin, longer lasting tan and avoids peeling.
Other benefits: Shea butter also has an activity on cell regeneration and capillary circulation. This favors the healing of small wounds, dermatitis, cracks, and crevices, skin ulcers. In the cosmetic field, this property is an asset against skin aging. It has restructuring effects on the epidermis; it has an elastic characteristic, which makes it a good active ingredient against stretch marks.
Protection: The butter will penetrate deep into you skin, leaving a satin finish to the skin. The protection is real and will last a long time. Shea butter also help relieve nose irritations due to allergies or colds.

Shea butter will provide improvement in all the conditions listed below. The amount of time required for optimum results with varius conditions may vary with each condition. Wrinkles, for example, require four to six weeks of daily use.

  1. Skin rash
  2. Wrinkles
  3. Dry and chapped skin
  4. Skin peeling after tanning
  5. Blemishes and scars
  6. Itching skin
  7. Sunburn
  8. Shaving cream
  9. Small skin wounds
  10. Skin cracks
  11. Tough or rough skin
  12. Cold weather
  13. Frost bites
  1. Stretch marks
  2. Insect bites
  3. Healthy skin
  4. Muscle fatigue, aches and tension
  5. Before and after exercise
  6. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak
  7. Eczema and psoriasis
  8. Dermatitis
  9. Skin damage from heat (hot grease, radiation treatment for certain medical problems, etc.)
  10. Dogs and other pets (skin and coats)
  11. Horses (hoof maintenance, sunburn)

How to Apply Shea Butter

For direct application to the skin, take a small amount in the palm of your hand. Rub your hands together to warm up the Shea Butter until it is smooth and liquid. Then apply to your skin.

Shea butter absorbs quickly into the skin, but there will be few minutes that is feels oily. Use only a small amount of apply at bedtime, if you are concerned about an oily feeling.


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Pure African Shea Butter 100% (2oz jar)

Pure African Shea Butter 100% (2oz jar)

Main Applications & Skin Benfits

Shea butter has been used in African cultures for centuries, protecting skin subjected to the harshest of...