Characteristics/Properties of Shea Butter:
At room temperature, Shea Butter is a soft uniformly off white colored creamy solid that readily melts in the hands and is quickly absorbed by the skin. When left in a hot room or near a heat source Shea butter will turn into a liquid. To re-solidify the Shea butter, place contents into freezer for about 10 minutes for it to harden again.
Why is Shea Butter so Good?
Shea Butter has large healing fraction, in addition to moisturizing fraction, regular use of this natural cream can treat many skin problems, including blemishes, wrinkles, itching, sunburns, small skin wounds, eczema, skin allergies, insect bites, frost bite, and other skin conditions.
Uses of Shea Butter:
- Helps prevent blemishes and wrinkles
- Burn marks, skin spots, scars and stretch marks will fade away
- Protects the skin from the harsh cold winter wind
- Helps soften calluses on hands, feet and cures Dermatitis
- Soothes and replenishes dry skin
- Helps prevent ashy skin and rashes such as psoriasis or eczema
- Helps sooth the effects of insect bites
- Prevents weak hair from breaking, fading or thinning out
- Stretch marks (Pregnancy/working out)
- Skin peeling from sunburn or dry skin
- Use as an ingredient in your handmade lip balms, creams and soaps
- Use it for Super Soft & Moisturized Glowing Skin
- Beneficial for Dry, Matured and Ageing Skin
- Even tiny dot of shea butter is enough for Moisturizing and hydrating (especially in winters it keeps skin supple ,nourished and extremely hydrated)