Shea butter is produced by using natural shea nuts derived from the shea tree that grows naturally in different parts of Africa. It is loaded with vitamin E and A that helps in nourishing the skin. The creamy and naturally blessed ingredient, shea butter can be used for treating various skin conditions and it may be applied for regular use too. There are many uses of the pure organic shea butter available at African Fair Trade Society.
Use for the Face
Pure shea butter can be applied on the face, mainly on the lower part of the nose or the corner of ears, lips, and forehead. It moisturizes the skin, thus leaving it soft and supple. It is also very effective in clearing up dark spots, eczema and dermatitis. Shea butter can also be applied to the face after sunburn in order to prevent skin peeling. Men can also use pure organic shea butter to soothe shaving rashes and irritation. It contains vitamin E that helps in reducing wrinkles and other signs of aging.
Use for Feet and Hands
Organic shea butter helps in mending flaky, rough and cracked skin on the feet and hands. It is an excellent remedy for cracked heels and chapped hands.
Use for the Body
Shea butter is not only effective for moisturizing dry kin on the legs, arms and torso, but it also allows you to have healthy and radiant skin without causing dryness. In fact, pregnant ladies usually apply shea butter on their skin, especially the tummy region, to prevent stretch marks.