For hair, scalp, and skin.
You can use Shea Cream to deeply condition your hair and scalp. The small medium-chain fatty acids in the coconut oil allow it to penetrate your hair follicles faster and more deeply compared to other conditioners. Try using it as a leave-on treatment – it will moisturize your scalp, repair split ends, eliminate flaky dandruff and give your tresses a healthy glow. Apply a small amount where needed, put your hair up in a towel for about 30 minutes, then shampoo and condition as usual.
Boost your hair growth. The essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals will helps your hair grow thicker, longer and faster. It also nourishes the scalp and removes sebum buildup from hair follicles. For best results, use it as a daily deep-conditioner.
Protect your hair from sun damage. On days when you’re going to be out in the sun for long periods, you can use it to shield your hair from the sun’s rays. Just work it into your tresses and style as you normally would.
Shea Cream as a Skin Moisturizer
One of the core principles to remember when it comes to skin care is that whatever you put on your skin will absorb into your body and enter your bloodstream. This is why it’s so important to us only pure organic skincare products. Your skin is an excellent drug delivery system, so you should be just as careful with what you put on your skin as you are with what you eat.
Shea butter is an all-natural vitamin A cream from West Central Africa, where skin care depends on nature. It grows in the wild without the use of pesticides. For centuries, shea butter has been highly regarded as a superior skin moisturizer, creating moistness similar to what your skin’s sebaceous glands produce. Its deep penetration gives your skin elasticity while revitalizing and softening it. An excellent treatment for irritated, dry, chapped or sun-damaged skin! Raw unrefined and organic shea butter contains an abundance of health-promoting ingredients, including vitamins, minerals, proteins and a unique fatty acid profile.
Unlike petroleum-based moisturizers, shea butter actually restores your skin’s own natural elasticity. It enables your skin to absorb moisture from the air to become softer and stay moisturized for longer. Shea butter contains 7 to 12% unsaponifiables (a type of fat). By way of comparison, avocado oil, a well-known skin conditioner, contains only 2 to 6%. This high level of unsaponifiables is one property that makes shea butter so valuable as a skin conditioner.
But shea butter isn’t the only special ingredient in Shea Cream. Coconut oil is in here too!
Coconut oil is well-known for its skin care benefits. It helps protect your skin from the aging effects of free radicals, and can help improve the appearance of skin with its anti-aging and antioxidant benefits.
Coconut oil is the only oil that reduces protein loss for both damaged and undamaged hair. More porous types of hair may find coconut oil particularly beneficial, such as African and chemically treated hair. Coconut oil can also help improve the appearance of skin with its inherent anti-aging benefits. When absorbed into your skin and connective tissues, it helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by helping to keep your connective tissues strong and supple.
When absorbed into your skin and connective tissues, it helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by helping to keep your connective tissues strong and supple. It also aids in exfoliating the outer layer of dead skin cells, making your skin smoother.
Vitamin E oil has been added for it’s amazing anti-aging effects and to help your skin’s ability to retain it’s natural moisture.
Lavender essential oil is the final ingredient in Shea Cream. It has detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antiseptic, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
Ingredients: raw unrefined organic shea butter, organic extra-virgin coconut oil, vitamin E oil, lavender essential oil.
Comes in a beautiful 2 oz cobalt blue glass jar.
Great for both men and women!