Shea butter can be considered as a skin superfood. It comes from the nut of the African Shea tree. Shea butter is rich in vitamins E, A and F. It protects from UV rays and contributes the skin with nutrients and essential fatty acids necessary for the production of collagen.

Shea Butter Benefits

Reduces Inflammation: Due to the cinnamic acid it contains, shea butter is anti-inflammatory. One compound precisely, lupeol cinnamate can reduce skin inflammation. It can also help in avoiding skin mutations which sre good for people with acne problems.

Moisturizing: Shea butter has a high concentration of fatty acids and natural vitamins, which makes it especially moisturizing and nourishing for the skin. Usually it is used to heal dry skin and to protect its natural oils.

Skin Smoothing: This product contains oleic, palmitic, stearic and linolenic acids all of them protecting and nourishing the skin. With regularly use of Shea butter many people find their skin strengthened and softened along with wrinkle reduction.

raw shea butter uses

Some of the Shea Butter Uses:

1. For body and face as a pure natural moisturizer
2. In a lotion bar stick
3. Alone or as part in an anti pregnancy stretch mark balm
4. For massage butter
5. It is the best remover of wrinkles under eye and bag-reducer
6. In a soft body butter
7. As a basis for homemade deodorant
8. As a natural product for baby care
9. On the lips by itself
10. To enhance skin elasticity
11. On the scalp or hair (in mixture with natural ingredients)
12. On the eyelids under makeup to last longer
13. After sun exposure to restore skin
14. On scars to help collagen production naturally
15. As a cuticle cream
16. On sore noses during a flu or cold

How to Choose Which Shea Butter is Finest?

If you can try to use only raw, unbleached, unrefined, grade A Shea butter.
Shea butter is only for external use. People with allergies should consult a dermatologist or doctor before using it.