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benefits of shea butter light
Handmade blend with 85% pure Shea and 15% raw Virgin Coconut oil to create a supreme soft consistency to protect and restore skin health. A combination of pure Shea butter with soothing Coconut oil for a soft lighter body butter blend It perfectly combines the powerful properties of both to create a blend of buttery exquisiteness .It pairs perfectly with the moisturising and healing qualities of our fresh Sri Lankan organic raw coconut oil to protects and restores skin health and leaves it supremely soft.
Rich in Oleic, Stearic and Linoleic acids that nourish and keep the skin beautifully soft. It is rich in essential vitamins to promote youthful skin and combat dryness.
Our Handmade Shea Butter is sourced from a Women's Co-Operative Scheme in Ghana and made in the traditional method. It is in its most natural, unrefined state for optimum benefits for the skin.
100% PURE | HANDMADE | UNREFINED
Our pure Shea Butter is sourced from a Women’s Association in Ghana, helping generate livelihoods and supporting the community. It is hand-made in the traditional method, retaining its most natural, unrefined state for optimum benefits for the skin.
FULL INGREDIENTS LIST:
85% Organic Unrefined RAW Butyrospermum parkii (Shea Butter), 15% Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera).
Handpicked and made by The Yumzaa Women Association. Our Organic Hand Made Shea Butter is sourced from the Yumzaa Women Association cooperative in the Northern part of Ghana in a town called Tanpi in Tamale. They are a member of the NBSSI (National Board of Small Scale Industries) back by the government.
FREE FROM: Chemicals, preservatives, fragrances or additives.
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how to use shea butter light
Take a small amount of shea butter and rub it between your palms to warm it up, then apply it to your skin. Focus on dry areas such as elbows, knees, and heels. Shea butter can also be used as a lip balm or on rough cuticles.
Melt a small amount of shea butter and apply it to your hair, paying attention to the ends. Leave it on for about 30 minutes or overnight, then wash your hair as usual. Shea butter can help moisturize and nourish the hair, reduce frizz, and improve overall hair health.
Gently apply a thin layer of shea butter to the affected area to provide relief and promote healing. The moisturizing and anti–inflammatory properties of shea butter can help soothe the skin and reduce redness and irritation.
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For skin healing, apply a thin layer of shea butter to the affected area, the natural emollient properties can help soothe the skin.
WORKS WELL WITH:
Rosehip oil – to replenish skin and promote glow
Eally Good Vitamin E Oil – to promote an even skin tone and smooth texture
• Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
• Use only as directed. Do not exceed stated daily dose.
• Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Store in a cool dark place. Do not use if the seal is broken.
Shea butter is highly effective at moisturizing the skin and keeping it hydrated. It contains a rich concentration of fatty acids and vitamins, which nourish and protect the skin's natural barrier. The emollient properties of shea butter make it an excellent choice for soothing dry and chapped skin. It helps to alleviate itching, redness, and irritation. Shea butter is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, making it helpful in providing relief for various skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and sunburn. It can help reduce redness, swelling, and itching associated with these conditions.
Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer for dry and damaged hair. It helps to seal in moisture and prevents the hair from becoming dry and brittle. Regular use of shea butter can make the hair softer, smoother, and more manageable.
Shea butter is often considered beneficial for eczema due to its moisturizing and nourishing properties. While it may not be a cure for eczema, it can help alleviate some of the symptoms and provide relief. Shea butter contains compounds with anti-inflammatory properties, such as cinnamic acid. These compounds can help reduce inflammation and soothe irritated skin, which is a common symptom of eczema.
Shea butter is generally considered safe for sensitive skin, but individual reactions may vary. Many people with sensitive skin find shea butter to be gentle and non-irritating, making it a popular choice for natural skincare. It does not contain many of the harsh chemicals and additives that can trigger sensitivity reactions in some individuals. However, it's important to note that some people may still be sensitive or allergic to shea butter, so it's always recommended to do a patch test before applying it to larger areas of the skin.
Yes, shea butter can be used on the face. In fact, many people incorporate shea butter into their facial skincare routines due to its moisturizing and nourishing properties. Shea butter forms a protective barrier on the skin, helping to lock in moisture and protect the skin from environmental aggressors. This barrier can be particularly beneficial for those with dry or sensitive skin, providing a shield against harsh weather conditions or pollution.