Move the Shea Butter around with your finger.
The Queen of Sheba, Cleopatra and Nefertiti, all historical women of timeless beauty and power are said to have used a rich butter from Africa: the Shea Butter. Several centuries later, this stroke of genius from mother nature has deservedly found its way into our lotions, creams, body butters, shampoos, soaps and lip balms to mention but a few.
But what makes shea butter so special?
- Contains over 10 phenolic compounds
- Rich in vitamins A, E and F
- High content of beneficial fats
- Possesses strong anti-inflammatory properties
How does shea butter enrich your skin and hair?
- Alleviates Acne, Spots and Eczema
- Excellent skin moisturizer
- Potent anti-aging properties
- Treats insect bites and rashes
- Effective hair conditioner
- Prevents sun burns and dermatitis
- Promotes strong healthy hair
- Preserves the natural color and texture of hair
- Used as baby oil and for sensitive skin