Shea butter has anti-inflammatory,
anti-aging, skin softening and healing
properties. Using shea butter on your
body, especially your face, can condition,
tone, and soothe your skin.
What our shea butter contains?
Our shea butter is enriched with vitamins
like Vitamin A, E and B5.
Face: You can use your fingers to scoop
a teaspoon or so of shea butter from your
jar, and then rub it onto your skin until it’s
completely absorbed. Shea butter is
slippery and can keep makeup from
adhering to your face, so you may prefer
to apply it at night before bed.
Raw shea butter can also be applied directly to
your hair. If your hair is naturally curly or porous,
consider using shea butter as a conditioner. Make
sure your hair has absorbed most of the shea butter
before rinsing and styling as usual. You can also use
a small amount of shea butter as a leave-in conditioner.
If your hair is naturally straight, thin, or fine, consider
using shea butter on the ends of your hair. Applying
shea butter to your roots may cause an oily-looking buildup.
Storage: Shea butter should be stored slightly below room
temperature, so that it stays solid and easy to spread.
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