Shea Butter 100g


100g. Whipped shea butter and vitamin E.
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Everything you need to know about Shea Butter

  • Shea butter is the fat extracted from the nuts of the Shea tree, which are native trees to West Africa
  • Shea Butter: Face and body moisturiser, cracked heels and elbows, hair and sun burns
The benefits of shea butter:
  • Shea butter benefits for face and body: Highly moisturizing, protects skin from environmental damage, softens skin (great for cracked heels, dry lips and cuticles), restores skin elasticity, prevents and heals stretch marks , has anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve symptoms caused by various microbes
  • Shea butter benefits for hair: super moisturizing effect, leading to stronger and shinier hair
  • Other benefits of shea butter: excellent for moisturizing your baby’s skin, especially for treating diaper rash, contains a small amount of UV protection (SPF 6), protects and moisturizes new tattoos, excellent during pregnancy to prevent stretch marks, nasal decongestant
  • Shea Butter: Scoop out a small amount with clean hands or spatula. Rub in your hands before applying it on your skin. Rub on skin until it is completely absorbed
  • Why does it have that smell? Pure, unrefined shea butter has a very characteristic odor. One of the steps in the shea butter making process is roasting the nuts, hence its nutty aroma. If you don’t like the smell, you can melt the shea or whip it and add a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil
  • Can shea butter be used during pregnancy? Shea butter, being a 100% natural product, is highly recommended during pregnancy, especially to treat and prevent stretch marks
  • How can I melt my shea butter? Shea butter can be melted in a number of ways. 1. Rubbing it between your hands 2. In a water bath 3. Leave it in the sun or radiator for a while 4. In an essential oil burner
  • Is shea butter good for all skin types? Shea Butter can be used on all skin types, but it is especially recommended for dry and damaged skin due to its high hydration power. It can also be used on acne-prone skin, as it is a non-comedogenic product. That is, it does not clog the pores of the skin. In any case, it is always better to consult your doctor first
  • How to use shea butter for hair? There are several ways to apply shea to hair (subscribe to our newsletter and download our free product guide for more info) but the most common way is to melt a piece between your hands and apply it to the ends with damp hair)
  • How long can 100g of shea butter last me for? Shea butter’s durability will depend on how often you use it. If you use it every day, 100g of shea can last 3-6 months
  • Does shea butter expire? Shea butter does not actually expire, it simply begins to lose its qualities after 12 months, so we recommend using it before that period

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1 review for Shea Butter 100g

  1. Natalia

    With a very small amount, it spreads very well over the face, leaving the skin very hydrated and, above all, very luminous.

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