THE BENEFITS OF 100% RAW SHEA BUTTER

for the face

• May help reduce blemishes and wrinkles

• Raw shea butter is non-comedogenic • May help fight acne

• Moisturizes and protects the skin

• Relieves and hydrates the skin • Can be used as after shaving or after waxing

• Moisturizes lips and relieves chapped lips

• Protects against the cold

• May help reduce dark circles

• Helps maintain your eyeshadow

• For all skin types

for the body

• Improves the appearance of the skin

• Can prevent pregnancy stretch marks

• May relieve: eczema, psoriasis, itching, muscle aches and sunburn

• Protects the skin after tanning

• May help heal superficial skin wounds

• Can soothe muscle pain and tension

• Can help firm women's breasts with daily use

• Can relieve buttock irritation in babies

for hands, legs & feet

• Nourishes and repairs dry heels

• Prevents and helps: cracks, horns and crevices

• Softens, hydrates and heals

• Can help strengthen nails

for hair

• Revitalizes and hydrates hair.

• Nourishes and strengthens

• Can be used as a serum or mask

• Helps slow down split formation

REJUVENATES, MOISTURIZES, FIRMS, HEALING, RELIEVES, PROTECTS, REGENERATES, SOFTENS AND NOURISHES the skin naturally!

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What is shea butter?

Shea butter (butyrospermum parkii) is a vegetable oil from shea, a native tree found in twenty African countries, this tree grows in the wild
Shea trees are mainly concentrated in West Africa.

Shea butter has been used in Africa for many generations and by thousands of women, it is an ancestral butter. In Africa, it is nicknamed: the gold of the African woman. Shea butter will provide improvement in all of the conditions listed below. As you use this versatile cream you are sure to discover more benefits. The time taken to optimize results may vary depending on the person and the condition of the skin.

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What are the chemical compositions of Shea Butter?


The chemical analysis of raw (unrefined) and traditionally extracted shea butter reveals an exceptional content of unsaponifiables, one of the highest in the plant world, but also of essential fatty acids, vitamins A, D, E, F and latex, naturally present in shea butter.

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• Vitamin A2: hydrating / stimulates the synthesis of collagen / provides elasticity.

  • Vitamin D: healing / facilitates the absorption of calcium (the skin - the body's main source of this vitamin).

  • Vitamin E: natural antioxidant / anti-inflammatory / sun protection / reduces the depth of wrinkles.

  • Vitamin F (or essential fatty acid): functions of defense, preservation and repair.

  • Naturally present latex: substance restoring elasticity and suppleness to the skin / prevention of allergies to the sun.

  • Unsaponifiables (exceptional content of 5 to 15%): crosses the skin barrier / excellent conductor.

  • Essential fatty acids: Oleic acid, Stearic acid, Linoleic acid and Palmitic acid

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DISCLAIMER : The information provided here is not intended to constitute professional medical advice for treatment. We invite you to consult your doctor if you have any questions about a prescription or medical situation.