Using Shea Butter for your face and shaving

Unrefined shea butter has been known to be great for the face.  The awesome thing about unrefined shea butter is you just need a small amount at a time and can always ass more if needed/

Massage your face with a little Shea Butter. Concentrate on the lower part of your nose, the corner of your lips, ears & forehead.  Shea Butter is said to help reduce premature facial lines, dark spots, marks, minor scars, chapped lips, blemishes & bumps. Shea Butter also helps to maintain moisture & skin softness.

Unrefined Shea Butter is 100% natural so it can be used daily or whenever needed.  Apply a small amount of Shea Butter to your skin after a bath or shower. (towel dry first of course).  A little shea butter goes a long way.  


Shaving with unrefined shea butter

Shea butter contributes to smooth skin after shaving. After shaving apply African Shea Butter to help avoid bumps. For shaving issues, start by applying some shea butter to soften the area before a shower. When consistently applied to shaving areas, unrefined shea butter may give skin a softer feel.


Using Unrefined Shea Butter for Hair and Scalp

To revitalize your hair, massage a generous amount of unrefined Shea Butter on your scalp and in your hair. Wrap with a warm towel for 30 mins. Remove the towel and style as usual. Shea Butter may be useful for dry hair, dry scalp & dandruff. 

Apply African shea butter at least  twice a week to your hair & once a week to your scalp. It may help improve hair texture, hair moisture & hair growth. Shea Butter has been used to groom locs, dreadlocks, braids and similar hair styles.

Applying African Shea Butter to your hair before swimming may help protect your hair from the chlorine & salt. After swimming shampoo & condition your hair then apply some unrefined shea butter (towel dry first)  


Using Unrefined Shea Butter for the Body

Shea Butter will penetrate into the skin to help provide a lasting protection against the cold & the sun (don't forget your sunscreen).  Because of it's softness, unsaponifiable content & vitamin F, Shea Butter is excellent for a body massage. With the help of your body heat, it absorbs quickly into the skin. 

(TEST IT. Place a small amount of pure Shea Butter on your finger tip rub & watch closely as your body heat melts it down.)

African Shea Butter helps reduce stretch marks, dark spots. It may be effective on dry, dull, rough & flaky skin. Shea Butter plus sun screen products help reduce peeling, help protect your skin from the sun & help give a nice even tan.

Use pure Shea Butter immediately after shaving & waxing to help reduce bumps & irritations.Add about a teaspoon of Shea Butter to a hot bath to help you relax.

Unrefined Shea Butter Handy Tips for Feet and Hands

Can't get rid of those cracked heels, crusty feet & toes? Try using shea butter. Soak your feet in warm water for about 15 mins. Scrub your heels with a bath stone or a sponge. Change the  warm water. Add 1 teaspoon of shea butter to the warm water.  Soak your feet for a second time for 15-20 mins. Towel dry & moisturize with Shea Butter. Do this once or twice a week depending on how dry your feet are.

Massage your feet with Shea Butter daily to help reduce stress & tensions in your body. Apply Shea Butter in between your toes daily to help avoid smelly feet & achieve soft feet. 

Shea butter works well for the hands. Apply shea butter to your hands as often as possible. Shea butter is 100% natural so you do not have to worry about chemicals.

Applying shea butter before bed is not a great idea sometimes because most of it will rub off. Other than that, you can apply shea butter any time, several times a day, every hour if you would like. Shea Butter is as natural as it gets. Keep Shea Butter out of hot areas so it does not melt. Always keep in a cool dark place.


Please Note: Information on this website is not a diagnosis for any disease, condition or disorder. All information is solely for general skin & hair uses. All advice and information about our natural products are based on centuries of history and the experiences of many groups of people who have used these natural products for decades.