Shea Butter is formed from the nut of the African Shea Tree. It is loaded with fatty acids which makes it better than Cocoa Butter and other butters. Shea Butter also contains a lot of vitamins to aid skin in looking healthier, smoother, and softer. Shea butter also defends your skin from wind, cold, and heals skin quickly. Shea butter is also good at fighting signs of aging.
Treats: blemishes, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, burns, pain, arthritis, muscle tension,stretch marks, and diaper rash
How to use African Shea Butter for your body:
Massage the African shea butter into the skin of your face and body using your fingers. Rub the African shea butter into your skin using circular directions. As you rub, the warmth of your body will soften the African shea butter, increasing its penetration into your skin.
How to use African Shea Butter for your hair:
Rub African Shea Butter into your scalp with your fingers for deep conditioning your hair. Don’t forget to also rub into the back of your neck, edges of your hairline and the back of your ears.
Massage in the shea butter for about 10 minutes. Apply the African shea butter from the root to your hair ends using a wide-toothed comb after rubbing the shea butter in your hair.
Then wrap your hair in a towel or plastic shower cap and let the shea butter to stay on your scalp for about 10 minutes more. After the 10 minutes is over rinse out the shea butter from your hair with a cool water rinse. . Shampoo and condition your hair as you would normally.