How to Store and Use Shea Butter

Keep your Shea butter Fresh

Due to its many beneficial natural and economic benefit, the alluring luxurious Shea Butter is now one of the most preferred natural moisturizers. Shea butter is naturally a very rich, moisturizing superfood for your skin. It comes originally from the Shea nut tree grown in Africa and is now available worldwide. It has a wide variety of beneficial properties such as anti-aging, wrinkle protection and softening. It is the sap of the nuts which have been used for centuries by the native people of Africa to help prevent and treat skin diseases and skin irritations such as eczema and psoriasis. Today, this butter is widely available as a cream or lotion and even as a foodstuff.

 

Store and Use Shea Butter


Shea butter has a shelf life of 18 month to 24 months, the butter can still be used after this time but is less effective.

Store your Shea butter in a cool dry place away from direct heat and sunlight.

The texture of the Shea butter changes based on the season. In summer months you find that unrefined Shea butter is softer than in winter months. To soften your Shea butter in Winter months, do not microwave it. Simply place your Shea butter jar in a bowl filled with warm water.

 Shea Butter bowl

Apply Shea butter by massaging into skin, hair and nails. Best used immediately after a bath or shower, while your skin is still moist.

Shea butter is very moisturizing for the hair and scalp. People with curly and coarse hair textures benefit from using Shea butter as a sealant to keep moisture in their hair and increase softness. Unscented Shea butter is an amazing addition to your hair care routine

Use daily to hydrate,moisturize, soothe and prevent dry scalp.

Our products are made using only premium natural ingredients it is safe for pregnant women. Shea butter is known to reduce and prevent the appearance of stretch marks. Use several times a day.

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