21 Reasons to use Shea Butter as a skin moisturizer!

Ori' Body Butters contain 75% raw unrefined wild crafted Shea butter / Beurre de Karité from Mali.

The Shea nuts are gathered from the Shea trees in the wilds and processed in the traditional manner. The Shea tree will start producing nuts for butter when it is about 10 - 15 years old. It will mature to full production at 20 - 30 years and will continue producing nuts for up to 200 years!

This video demonstrates the traditional method of Shea Butter production


Shea Butter is a multipurpose skin cream

Shea butter is a multi-purpose skin moisturizer and can be used on all parts of the body.

Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer for both oily and dry skin.

African women have been using Shea butter for centuries to re-hydrate their dry skin from the ravaging heat of the African sun.

Shea butter is a high quality emollient renowned for its ability to improve skin moisture retention and elasticity.

Shea butter contains large amounts of Vitamin A and E which make the butter and amazing moisturizer and it ideal for healing minor wounds and dry skin.

Shea butter has a natural SPF of 3 - 6.

Shea Butter is non-comedogenic, it does not clog pores!

adjective: comedogenic

- tending to cause blackheads by blocking the pores of the skin.

21 reasons to use Shea Butter as a skin moisturizer!

      1. Dry Skin
      2. Skin Rash
      3. Sunburn
      4. Peeling skin after sunburn or tanning
      5. Blemishes & Wrinkles
      6. Itching Skin
      7. Shaving cream
      8. Small skin wounds
      9. Skin cracks
      10. Cold weather
      11. Frost bites
      12. Tough or rough skin on feet
      13. Stretch marks from pregnancy
      14. Insect bites
      15. Healthy skin
      16. Muscle aches
      17. Before and after workouts
      18. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak
      19. Eczema
      20. Dermatitis
      21. Burns - Skin damage from heat

21 reasons to use Shea butter as a skin moisturizer


Shea Institute

Living Pretty Naturally

Wikipedia (Vitellaria paradoxa)

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