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The Secret To Beautiful Healthy Skin

Shea butter is derived from the nut of the Magnafolia tree which is indigenous to Western and Central Africa. The Magnafolia tree produces the karite nut. The karite nut is roasted, ground, and then churned into a soft buttery consistency. This roasting process can give the butter a smoky smell that dissipates after application. The flesh of the karite nut varies from white to deep yellow in color. This variance in color does not change the properties of the Shea butter. Shea butter is solid at room temperature, but melts at body temperature making it very pliable. Extreme variances in temperature may cause Shea butter to solidify, crystallize, and become granular. Rubbing the butter in your hand will re-soften it.

Many cosmetic companies have begun introducing Shea butter into their lines because of its moisturizing properties. Pure Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer. It contains healing properties for various skin conditions. With continued use, individuals begin to see skin improvements within a few weeks. Our “skin” is the largest organ of our body so it is critical to keep it in good condition. The best way to accomplish this is to treat the skin to Shea Butter Secrets Natural Shea Butter. By penetrating all seven layers of skin, Shea butter is a completely natural way to maintain, repair, and soothe conditions such as arthritis, hemorrhoids, and diabetic skin.

Shea butter has a vast number of healing properties stemming from its physical makeup of vitamins E & A and cinnamic acid. These properties act as a natural insect repellent and SPF, perfect for children, gardeners and those who participate in outdoor activities.

Shea butter in its natural state can be consumed. Chocolate manufactures use Shea butter instead of cocoa butter to make their chocolates creamer.

Shea Butter is a multi-purpose skin conditioner that serves as:
• A concentrated hydrator to refine the appearance of stretch marks, wrinkles, age spots, dark patches and sun damage.
• Make-up remover, facial and body moisturizer.
• Aid in diaper rash prevention, and irritation from nursing.
• Emollient for dry, cracked skin, heels, and cuticles.
• Natural (SPF) and heals minor burns.
• Soothing agent for skin irritated by eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and diabetes.
• Natural insect repellent.
• Replacement for soap and creams when shaving.

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