- Conditioning and softening for hair and skin
- Moisturizing restorative
- Helps combat eczema
- Rich in vitamins A, D & E
- Full of antioxidants & essential fatty acids
Usage:?Conditioning and softening for hair and skin, helps combat eczema, rashes, sun burns, insect bites, stretch marks, dry cracked skin, lips, scars and blemishes.
Direction to Use:?Rub a small amount into palms of your hands until melted. Apply a thin coat on the desired area. You can also make your own lotion, body butter or skin care recipe using shea butter.
Shea Butter is naturally hard, color/texture vary depending upon temperature. It will melt when warm and turn to solid again when cool. This warming and cooling may produce fat granules but this is natural and will not harm the product quality. If hard, shea butter can be softened by placing in a pan of hot water or in a microwave-safe container.