Known as “women’s gold” comes from the shear trees found throughout the area of the western African savannah region.
It is a tree that grows in the wild and produces fruits similar to almonds, from which the shea butter is extracted.
To obtain organic shea butter, it is purified and refined using traditional methods that do not include the use of chemicals or solvents.
Shea butter is used extensively and commonly in the manufacture of products to protect the skin from inclement weather, as well as UVA rays or photo-aging.
It is also used in products for the removal of superficial skin irritations.
In addition, it is one of the most common ingredients of natural medicine against dermatitis, dermatosis and eczema, moisturizing the epidermis and maintaining the elasticity of the skin.
Shea butter acts by coating the skin with an invisible film that prevents dehydration and protects it from external aggressions, such as sun, wind or sudden changes in temperature.
It is very efficient in the regeneration of the skin, it calms the irritated skins, it is the most effective of the anti-aging that exist in the nature.