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Buy Organic Unrefined Shea Butter


Buy Organic Unrefined Shea Butter

Please note: Our 55 lb blocks of organic naturally refined and unrefined shea butter are certified organic. Our smaller sizes are not yet certified organic. We are in the process of having them certified.

Our organic unrefined shea butter is crafted from shea nuts grown in Ghana. Shea butter is a popular in the natural body care and cosmetic industry and has been used for centuries in Africa for its moisturizing properties.

From our experience, colour isn't related to the quality of the organic shea butter, the most important factors are age and storage conditions. It is quite common for unrefined shea butter to be an uneven colour.

Our organic shea butter has a scent that varies between batches. Some people find the scent of organic shea butter overpowering, our advice in this instance is to leave the shea butter uncovered for a few days and change the container and the scent will start to fade.

Our African shea butter originates from Ghana and is processed in the traditional way, by the women who harvest the nuts. This keeps the traditional method of shea butter alive, which is much better for the community.

The difference lies in the processing and what is left behind after processing. Shea Butter is a rich emollient extracted from the nut of the African Shea Fruit. West Africans have used Shea Butter for centuries as a healing, cooking and beauty balm. In its natural state (unrefined), Shea Butter is rich in sterols and bio-actives, providing penetrating moisture to the skin and hairUnrefined Shea Butter has a sizeable quantity of unsaponifiable fats, which contain shea triterpene esters with anti-inflammatory properties. These natural active elements help with cell regeneration and capillary circulation and also provide about 5% UV protection because of the cinnamic acid content.

Pure Shea Butter can be used as a hair and body balm and it can also be incorporated with other ingredients to make lotions and creams. Most moisturizers on the mass retail shelves that claim to be made Shea Butter moisturizers, typically contain less than 1% Shea. For best results, Shea Butter lotions or creams should include no less than 5% of Shea. The most effective body creams and lotions will contain at least 20% of Unrefined Shea Butter in their formulas. Always look at the ingredient list. If Shea Butter is somewhere in the middle or bottom, you are not buying a real shea butter products

As an ingredient in lotions, it is much better than most moisturizers that are currently on the market. So, if you want to start using an excellent skincare cream, then you should use refined shea butter! Here are some ways to use unrefined shea butter:

Yes, it is! Refined shea butter is made by squeezing out the oil naturally contained in the shea nut. The product is then heated to separate the fatty acids and make the product drier. This creates the refined shea butter that you could purchase at a health food store.

There are some people out there who would not call it organic because of the manufacturing process. There is some organic shea butter available, and you can usually tell its organic if the price is very high and the product is very oily.

Refined shea butter is indeed edible. Refined shea butter is often used as an ingredient in many food products. However, you should note that refined shea butter is from a nut and therefore, it may contain traces of nut protein.

In addition, refined shea butter is usually refined through the process of hexane, which is a petroleum by-product. It may have traces of hexane in it, which some people find hard to digest.

It is best to keep it in a cool, dark place such as a basement. Refined shea butter can last for years, as long as they are stored properly. The only way that refined shea butter will spoil is if it is exposed to very high heat or moisture.

Refined shea butter is the processed form of shea butter. It is a natural moisturizer that can be used for a variet


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