Shea butter is the natural fat extracted from the nut of the Shea tree, also called Mangifolia tree, which grows in the semi-dry savannahs of West and Central Africa.
Shea Butter Seeds:
Collecting the nuts and taking the butter out of them is a hard work for African women who usually spend almost 20 hours to be able to produce 1 kg of Shea butter.
Shea Butter has been used in Africa for centuries due to its rich benefits when it comes to protecting the skin, and today it is widely used in cosmetology with excellent results.
Shea Butter Ingredients:
It contains vegetable fats that boost cell regeneration and cinnamic acid which provides natural protection against the sun. It also contains unsaponifiables which give Shea butter top moisturizing and healing properties.
Pure and unrefined Shea butter is rich in A, E, F and K vitamins. Vitamin E helps the skin stay balanced and clear, vitamin A boosts collagen, hydrates and protects the skin from premature aging while vitamin F is known for its revitalizing properties.
Shea butter acts as a multi-purpose natural agent and comes to rescue in many health and beauty conditions. Some of these are listed below –
01.Blemishes and wrinkles
03. Skin Rash
04. Dry Skin
06. Itching skin
08. Skin peeling
09. Skin Cracks
10. Cold Weather
11. Shaving Cream For Silky Smooth Skin
13. Small Skin Wounds
14. Tough or Rough Skin
15. Stretch Mark Prevention
16. Muscle Fatigue, Aches and Tension
17. Insect Bites
19. Skin Damage From Heat
20. Before And After Strenuous Exercise