- Imported and Unrefined Shea Butter From Ghana- Ivory
- 100% Natural and Pure - Nothing Else is Added
It's bagged twice to ensure it's purity. There is a lot in the bag, to last a long time.
I opened it up, and was in love with the natural scent! To me it smelled like coco.
We had a back massage party at our house. Daddy said, "This is better then that massage oil you bought awhile back." It melts into your skin. Everyone loved the special treatment. I also used it on my hair as a conditioner. It left it feeling soft. For both your skin and hair you just need to use a tiny amount. Just like coconut oil Shea Butter hardens when it's cool, and softens when it's warm. Just put the Shea Butter in the palm of your hand, and rub it in to apply it. Start out with just a dime size amount. A little goes a long way!
Storage: Always store the shea butter in a cool, dry place in a sealed container, avoiding direct sunlight or excess heat. Best kept in 75 degrees or cooler.
It's Topical Goodness For Your Skin and Hair!
Naturally rich in essential vitamins for beautiful skin, Beauty By Shea Organic Shea Butter will nourish your skin with Vitamins A, E, F & K. Use this Beauty By Shea Organic Raw Shea Butter daily and often for beautiful, moisturized, luminous skin.
Things You Can Use Shea Butter For:
- Homemade lotions
- Homemade Soaps
- Homemade Conditioners
- Sugar Scrubs
- And more!
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I like that you can use it for your skin or hair. My mother-in-law swears by it for preventing stretch marks (she always told me to apply it daily).
Shea butter is great for healing.
Yes, I love that smell pretty heart with coconut!
I don't have any Shea butter, but I have some cases of canned butter from New Zealand. Someone told me it is also called gee, or something like that. Whatever, it's good stuff.
I would probably add some essential oil drops to it and make a nice sugar scrub or use it to make a skin lotion or cream for my hands at night in the winter when they are so chapped.
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I love shea butter! Smells so good and leaves my skin so silky smooth.
Ai @ Sakura Haruka
I have never used Shae butter, but it sounds fabulous! I would definitely use it in my hair. I need all the conditioning help I can get!
I would use it to help with Broxton and his eczema ... but also to try out on my hair :)
If my Hubs knew it could be used as a sugar scrub. He would make me do it. I made the mistake one time of giving him a sugar scrub.
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