• Shea Butteris derived from the nuts of Shea tree, or Butyrospermum parkii, commonly grown in Africa. Shea Butter is rich in Vitamins A, E F because of which it is excellent for use inskincare products. Shea butter is made up of triglycerides or fatty acids, which are rich in Vitamin E, A F. Our Shea Butter is white, and soft and smooth in texture. It has little to no odor.



On skin

  • You can apply shea butter directly to your skin. Raw, unrefined shea butter is easy to spread.
  • Shea butter is slippery and can keep makeup from adhering to your face, so you may prefer to apply it at night before bed.
  • 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 its completely absorbed.

On hair

  • Raw shea butter can also be applied directly to your hair.
  • If your hair is naturally curly or porous, consider using sheabutteras 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.



  • It is used in the formulation of lip balm and lip gloss, skin moisturizers, skin creams and emulsions, hair masks, hair conditioners and body butter.



  • It is for topical applications only.


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