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Shea Butter

Shea butter is high in fatty acids and vitamins, so works to support the natural lipid barrier of the skin, reducing water loss via the epidermis to keep skin soft, smooth and moisturised.

What is Shea Butter?

Shea Butter is a natural fat extracted from the nuts of the shea tree (Vitellaria paradoxa). In skincare, it is used for its intensely moisturizing, emollient, and skin-nourishing properties.

What does Shea Butter do?

Shea butter offers benefits such as: - Provides deep and long-lasting moisture to the skin, helping to improve skin hydration and maintain a soft and supple complexion. - Acts as an effective emollient, forming a protective barrier on the skin's surface to prevent moisture loss and promote a smooth and silky feel. - Nourishes and soothes the skin, making it beneficial for individuals with dry, sensitive, or irritated skin.

Who is Shea Butter good for?

If any of the following apply Shea Butter might be a good option for you:

Dry and dehydrated skin

Impaired skin barrier




Who should avoid Shea Butter?

If any of the following apply it might be best to avoid Shea Butter:

Related Allergy



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