For Skin as beautiful as Cleopatra
course, it has been used for centuries
in Africa, but
it is now becoming popular in America and Europe. The
high content of non-saponfiable fats, including Kariten,
Allantoin and Vitamin F make the butter known worldwide
as the effective natural skin moisturizer even better
than coco butter.
on hands, feet and all over the body for a deep skin
butter will soak right in for softer, smoother skin. Expecting
mothers should use as a massage cream on the stomach
prevent stretch marks. The fatty acids are responsible
for retaining elasticity of
works great on babies and children too!
to prevent ashy skin, eczema and minor burns.
butter is used as ingredients in pharmaceutical and
Compare Shea butter with
Shea Butter with 100% pure Essential oils added for
Available with or without
essential oils - Grapefruit, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Sweet
Orange, Peppermint, Tea Tree.
African Shea Butter
100% Shea Butter is produced from the nut of the Shea-Karite
tree found in Ghana, West Africa. It helps
prevent ashy skin, chapping and chafing, rashes, such as
psoriasis and eczema as well as burn marks, spots on the
skin, new and old scars, stretch marks, etc...
Essential Oil Information:
been scientifically proven that lavender-reduces
stress. It is the aroma that effects the brain and helps
to induce relaxation.
Peppermint awakens, stimulates and intensifies in
conditions of lethargy and indecision. Helps break
through emotional knots and conflicts, and relieves
Orange uplifts, balances and harmonizes, sweet
orange gently relieves tension, moodiness and
Eucalyptus is a classic aid for chest rubs and
steam inhalations. Refreshing and stimulating,
Eucalyptus is perfect for addressing lethargy, confusion
and indecision. Also dispersing and clarifying, the oil
helps with emotional conflict and reactivity. Topically
Eucalyptus will cool and regenerate the skin. Muscular
aches and pains, poor circulation, asthma, bronchitis,
catarrh, coughs, sinusitis, throat infections, colds,
epidemics, flu, & headaches
butter vs. Cocoa Butter
Is great for keeping the skin
smooth. Though only just coming to the forefront of the skin
cream market, the benefits of Shea Butter have been enjoyed for
centuries. Shea butter has tremendous benefits for hair and
skin. It comes from the tropics of Africa, from the nut of the
Karite tree, where the fatty acids are extracted from the the
nut container. The quality of the irremovable fatty acid is far
more superior to that of the cocoa butter, as it can take thirty
years for a crop to yield the right quality of content of this
fatty acid. It's a wonder they can actually bring it to us at a
reasonable price bearing all this in mind.
Shea butter is possessed with amazing healing properties. It can
fade scars, which seems remarkable in itself. It is also an
effective treatment for burns, and is used in the treatment of
acne, and eczema. It makes a great nasal decongestant, and is
helpful at relieving rheumatism. It has amazing results on very
dry skin, and is a brilliant wrinkle cream. It's also a great
way of keeping blemishes and spots under control. This butter is
also a natural blocker of UV rays.
Africans have been enjoying the natural properties of Shea
butter for centuries, and they have used it on their hair as a
conditioner, and also on their skin for protection against the
sun, and the harsh elements of their climate.
Shea butter is a luxurious moisturizer, which leaves the skin
feeling silky soft. It works by stimulating the skin's renewal
process, thus revealing a more youthful, fresh skin. It is non
greasy, and it is used in many expensive skin products. It is
also a wonderful, natural conditioner, it makes the hair
vibrant, whilst protecting it from dryness, and preventing
splitting of the hairs follicles. It is also the base of many
essential oils. Shea butter works by maintaining the natural
oils in our skin, and it can also activate collage production.
Shea butter is wonderful, and makes the skin supple and
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