Suitable for all skin types, both adults and babies, especially sensitive skin
The fruit of the shea tree has long been considered sacred by Africa because of its myriad health benefits. Nowadays, shea butter has been considered "skin superfood" and been widely used in the cosmetics industry.
Provides Anti-Aging and Anti-wrinkle Properties
Shea butter helps tissue cell regeneration, collagen production and softening of the skin. Its high contents in unsaponifiables (e.g. phytosterols) and vitamin A, D, E and F nourish and hydrate the skin while stimulating its elasticity, preventing and healing fine lines and wrinkles.
Reduces Stretch Marks, Scarring and Cellulite
Because of its amazing healing properties, hydrating qualities and various vitamins, shea butter can reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring as well as cellulite.
Soothes Eczema, Dermatitis and Acne
With various vitamins and its unique blend of fatty acids and phytosterols, shea butter is good at treating eczema, dermatitis and acne while reducing inflammation and soothing irritated skin.
Relieves Windburn, Sunburn and Winter Dry Skin
Shea butter can penetrate deep into the skin offering more moisturizing benefits while preventing windburn. It’s also perfect for cracked and dry skin.
It has a natural SPF 4 and vitamin E, providing natural protection from sun damage.
Moisturizes Both Scalp and Hair
Shea butter seals in moisture, conditioning the scalp, alleviating dandruff and providing overall protection from harsh climates.
Prevents Diaper Rash for Babies
Shea butter makes a great diaper rash ointment for your baby because of its anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties that can fight off yeast.
Use morning and night. Warm a small batch in the palms of the hands and apply to face or body. Can use on scalp and hair. Can also be mixed into lotion before application.
Organic shea butter
INCI: Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*
* Certified organic ingredient