Anti-inflammatory agents reduce swelling, stinging and redness
Loaded with vitamin A (for cellular turn over and collagen production)
Vitamins E, F and fatty acids for deep moisture without greasiness
Natural SPF of 610 to prevent sun damage
Fights fine lines, wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, and uneven skin tone
Shields skin from pollution, sunlight and strong winds
Contains phenols, the same antioxidants found in green tea
Completely safe for men, women, children and also pregnant moms
Helps stop the itching of stretching skin
Strengthens and regenerates skin by enhancing collagen production
Many additional uses: anti-inflammatory ointment, scalp treatment, hair serum, lip treatment, and salve (see recipes)
Lasts up to 2 years (when you store it properly)
Suggested Use Drop a pea-size dollop of shea butter in your hands and rub together to melt then apply directly to the skin. If you whip it into one of our luscious body butter recipes, apply much as you would any other cream. We recommend you use a wooden or plastic spatula or spoon to dip into your lotion or cream container.
Shea butter can also be used to tame frizzy and unruly hair. Melt a small amount of shea butter in your hands, either scrunch into or run over your hair to moisturize, smooth and shine.
Warnings Either store Shea Butter in its original packaging, or place in a plastic or glass jar with a lid. Keep it in a cool, dry place out of the sunlight. As long as the temperature is below 75 degrees there is no need to keep it in the fridge. Shea Butter has an average shelf life of 24 months.