Shea butter is a creamy semi solid fat that is made from the seeds of shea trees. In Uganda, shea trees are mainly found in Northern Uganda.
Shea butter is mainly used for skin care because it has many therapeutic properties. Shea butter is used for treating acne, dandruff, and to alleviate signs and symptoms of skin conditions like eczema. Natural shea butter is an effective moisturizer so it can be incorporated in your daily care routine. It has also been known to eliminate stretch marks.
You can start by taking a bath and patting your body dry afterwards. Apply a small quantity of the cream to different parts of your body as you gently massage it all through. Take extra care to massage areas like your elbows, heels,hands, feet and knees that are especially prone to dryness. Apply it in the morning and evening to enjoy the soothing benefits.
Shea butter has also been known to have anti-ageing properties. Using it is an effective action against wrinkles.
To keep your skin looking flawless, we recommend using our Mugisha Anti-ageing Body Butter!
Shea butter can be utilized for removing all the indented strips that appear on your abdomen, hips or any other part of your body. For those who’d rather not have them, our Livara Diamond Tones Body Butter has been specially formulated with shea butter to make your stretch marks vanish.
We guarantee that with consistent application, at least twice a day, the stretch marks should have faded considerably within 3 months.
Shea butter is an effective moisturizer for your face. We recommend using our Shea Face and Body Soap to soften and hydrate your facial skin. Shea butter has also been found to help fight off acne and breakouts.
Start by wetting the soap to make lather, and massage the lather onto your face in a circular motion. Go on doing this for about two minutes and wash clean with lukewarm water.
You can enjoy all the gleaming benefits of using shea butter by incorporating our carefully curated line of shea butter products, designed to make you stand out as the gem you are, into your skin routine.
Shea Butter for Your:
1. Lips • How to Use: Gently apply a thin layer of shea butter to your lips using your finger.
• Benefits: Shea butter is an ideal lip balm. It moisturizes dry, chapped lips and creates a protective barrier against harsh weather.
• How to Use: Massage shea butter onto your hands, paying extra attention to dry or rough areas.
• Benefits: Shea butter softens and hydrates your hands, making it an effective remedy for dry skin, especially in cold weather.
• How to Use: Apply shea butter generously to your feet, focusing on rough areas like the heels and soles.
• Benefits: Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer for dry and cracked feet. Regular use can help soothe rough skin and prevent calluses.
For extremely dry or cracked feet, we highly recommend our Moonstone Shine Body Butter.
• How to Use: After a shower or bath, apply shea butter all over your body. Gently massage it into your skin until fully absorbed.
• Benefits: Shea butter provides deep hydration to your body. It’s particularly helpful for dry elbows, knees, and any areas prone to dryness.
• How to Use: Rub a small amount of shea butter onto your cuticles and nails.
• Benefits: Shea butter can help moisturize and strengthen your cuticles and nails, preventing dryness and brittleness.
• How to Use: Melt shea butter by rubbing it between your hands, then use it for a relaxing massage.
• Benefits: Shea butter is an excellent massage oil; it offers a smooth glide while nourishing the skin.
Shea butter’s versatility makes it a must-have in your beauty routine. Whether you’re looking to improve the condition of your face, hands, or feet, shea butter offers a natural and nourishing solution.