Shea butter is made from the nut of the Karite tree, which can be found in West Africa. It’s traditionally made by women. They collect, crush, and grind the nuts to extract the pure butter. Shea butter is unrefined when it’s extracted without using water or any other solvents and in its raw form. Unrefined Shea butter is rich in vitamins A and E, and fatty acids. Learn more about the benefits of using unrefined, raw Shea butter.
Shea butter is rich in fatty acids, which help reduce the effects of skin inflammation. Shea butter has been known to heal cuts and burns; relieve sunburn and rashes. It has been also proven that shea butter is an effective nasal decongestant. It calms down inflammation even in the naval cavity.
Shea butter is one of the world’s best natural moisturizers. It’s high vitamin A and E and it softens and protects skin. It can be used for dry skin and eczema, you can also treat your dried scalp; it works miracles for chapped lips and it’s excellent for softening that cracked dry skin on heels, elbows and knees which we all hate. It has been scientifically proven that unrefined, raw shea butter revives your dry skin in about 3 days.
Unrefined raw shea butter has been used for centuries as a wrinkle reducer. Shea butter contains vitamins A and E and fatty acids, which are really important to maintaining your skin’s elasticity. Shea butter has anti-aging properties and helps rebuild and rejuvenate collagen. Using unrefined Shea butter will make your skin clearer and brighter.
Great Sun Protector
Unrefined raw shea butter is rich in cinnamic acids, and therefore it’s a great sun protector. Shea butter protects your skin against sun damage by reflecting and filtering the sun’s rays. Shea Butter has SPF factor of 4, so we highly recommend using extra sunscreen on really, sunny days.