We often get asked what makes Shea Natural 100% Whipped Shea Butter so special? The answer is simple we use the highest quality African Shea Butter and whip it to perfection with our all natural process. We are the only 100% Shea Butter that is creamy at room temperature available in the market. Most other companies use refined Shea Butter or their 100% Shea butter is hard as a rock.
Our 100% Whipped Shea Butters are luxuriously soft and do wonders for skin and hair. Distinct in its creaminess and uniquely scented with exotic fragrances, Shea Natural makes for a far superior skincare experience. Other more expensive commercially available 100% Shea Butters are refined, hard and lack the basics you would expect from a skincare product.
Shea Natural is available in Fragrance-Free Original and six wonderful all-natural fragrances — Lavender Rosemary, Grapefruit Pomelo, Midnight Amber, Honeydew Mint, Lemongrass Tangerine and Coco Ginger – and three essential oil varieties —Peppermint, Lavender and Eucalyptus. Beyond the phenomenal benefits of unrefined Shea Butter each essential oil formulation provides an additional exotic purpose. The varied benefits give good reason for consumers to own more than one variety. Each jar highlights the unique benefits of the respective formulations.
Shea Natural products are beautifully packaged, highly effective and represent a phenomenal value. They also represent the best of quality in their respective categories. So try our products today. You can buy online at shea-natural.com or at your local health food store!
Shea butter will provide improvement in all the conditions listed below. As you use this multipurpose cream you are likely to discover additional uses. The amount of time required for optimum results with various conditions may vary. Wrinkles, for example, require 4-6 weeks of daily use.
- Dry Skin
- Blemishes and wrinkles
- Skin cracks and wounds
- Tough, rough skin
- Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy
- Insect bites
- Muscle fatigue, aches, and tension
- Skin allergies such as Poison Ivy or Poison Oak
- Skin Conditions such as Eczema and Dermatitis
Please note! The information provided here or elsewhere on our blog is not intended to constitute professional medical advice or treatment. We encourage you to consult your physician with any questions you have regarding any medical conditions. We are not doctors and we can not treat any disorder. 😉
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There are many benefits of Shea butter. Now, exploring this topic may seem to put some to sleep. However, I will make it as enticing as possible! 🙂
Shea butter is an all-natural vitamin A cream. By now we all know it is super moisturizing with exceptional healing properties for the skin. There is now a growing list of skin conditions where 100% Premium Shea butter has shown to be effective. The vitamin A in Shea butter is important for improving a number of skin problems including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, dermatitis, and sunburns. It also has properties which can treat skin allergies, and insect bites. The moisturizers in Shea butter are the same moisturizers produced by the sebaceous glands in the skin.
What sets apart Shea butter from all other natural oils?
Most seed oils can be divided into two important fractions. The first fraction is called the saponifiable fraction which contains the soothing properties. The second fraction is called the nonsapoinifiable fraction which contains the healing properties. What sets Shea butter apart from other seed oils is its exceptionally large healing fraction. The healing fraction contains important nutrients, vitamins, and other valuable organic chemicals required for healing. Some report this fraction is as high as 17%! The natural emollients in Shea butter are what makes it so wildly popular!
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Shea Butter is a natural conditioner for hair. It is a unique blend of the emollients/fat produced from the Shea-Karite tree nut, which is a native tree found in the tropics of East and West Africa. It provides extraordinary moisturizing properties and is therefore known as “mother nature’s conditioner”.
It has been utilized for decades not only for the hair but also because of it’s skincare and therapeutic qualities. It has been known to be used in restorative healing and injuries, to get rid of surgical marks, dermatitis, and stretch marks. There are many benefits of Shea Butter. It has been used for centuries to sooth dry itchy scalp or dandruff on African hair. It is also a great source to provide moisture for dry or damaged hair. It absorbs easily into the scalp and it has been believed to possess anti- inflammatory qualities. Shea butter does not sit on the hair or skin. It is absorbed without leaving a greasy or heavy feel. It also has a low but sufficient amount of SPF to be considered a shield against UV rays.
There are two types of Shea butter – refined and unrefined. Unrefined Shea butter means it has more of its natural goodness. One of the reasons Shea butter is refined is to eliminate it’s natural aroma which may smell like a charred, or smoky smell. However, the odor does absorb fairly quickly. The best unrefined Shea butter can be found from Uganda or East Africa. It does cost slightly more however, it is better at moisturizing. Refined Shea butter can include chemicals, water, and alcohol.
Shea butter is increasing in its popularity and is at a high demand.
Shea Natural® is the only 100% Shea butter that is soft, creamy, and unrefined to ensure it retains all of its natural and much sought after benefits. We use absolutely NO harmful ingredients, we NEVER test on animals, and we are economically and environmentally friendly!
Shea Natural® is a division of Back to Africa Corp., a privately held corporation started in 1997 by Ezra Debbah, the current CEO of the company. Back to Africa Corporation has been the leading distributor of raw Shea butter for over 10 years.
Since its inception, the company has been a top resource for a wide variety of African products.
The company is focused on quality and customer satisfaction, continuously ensuring that its clientele receive top quality service. The company operates its own processing and distribution facilities and is EDI capable.