Shea butter is a solid fatty oil made from the nuts of Karite Nut trees,
also known as Mangifolia, that grow in the semi-arid savannah regions of West and Central Africa.
Shea butter is sometimes called "women's gold," because extracting the butter from the nuts gives employment
and income to hundreds of thousands of rural African village women. Shea butter is so non-toxic and
beneficial that it is used in foods and cooking as well as soaps and beauty products.
It contains beneficial vegetable fats that promote cell regeneration and circulation, making it a wonderful healer
and rejuvenator for troubled or aging skin. It also contains natural sun-protectants.
African healers and beauties have known about shea butter for thousands of years: the substance is almost magical in its healing effects on burns, skin conditions, ulcerated skin, stretch marks, and dryness.
21 REASONS TO USE SHEA BUTTER
Shea Butter will provide improvement in all the conditions listed below. As you use this multi-purpose cream you are likely to discover additional uses. The amount of time required for optimum results with various conditions may vary with each condition. Wrinkles, for example, require 4 to 6 weeks of daily use. Itching is relieved immediately.
1. Dry skin
2. skin rash
3. Skin peeling, after tanning
4. Blemishes and wrinkles
5. Itching skin
7. Shaving cream for a smooth silky shave.
8. Small skin wounds
9. Skin cracks
10. Tough or rough skin (on feet)
11. Cold weather
12. Frost bites
13. Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy
14. Insect bites
15. Healthy skin
16. Muscle fatigue, aches and tension
17. For before and after strenuous exercise
18. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak
21. Skin damage from heat (hot grease while cooking, radiation treatment for certain medical problems, etc.)
DISCLAIMER: The information provided here or elsewhere on this site is not intended to constitute professional medical advice for treatment. We encourage you to consult your personal physician with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
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