For centuries 100% pure Shea butter has been used in Africa. African shea butter enhances skin tones; cures a variety of blemishes and defects and even helps babies sleep better. The modern western world has now re-discovered shea butter, and has used it to make some of its most popular and effective skin treatments. But nothing will be as effective as what is produced naturally in the heart of Africa. Why not find out what you are missing with 100% pure and natural Shea Butter? Made in various West African countries.
What You Can Use Shea Butter For:
Shea butter can be used as a body lotion; its rich, thick texture instantly softens skin and is great for people with sensitive skin, dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema. It is also great for babies, and can even be used as a diaper rash cream. Use it to heal chapped, broken skin or lips. Use it to heal dry, itchy scalp or split ends. You can also use it to soften your feet and get rid of toe fungus. There are so many ways that you can benefit from shea butter, give it a try and your skin will thank you.
Unrefined Shea butter does not spoil, but it does lose some of its healing properties after 18 months.