Shea butter is a pure natural moisturiser, made from the nut of the shea (karite) tree. Here’s a look at how shea butter keeps your skin healthy from head to toe:
- Soothes, hydrates and balances your skin.
- Great for dry skin, dry scalp, chapped lips and cracked heels, elbows and knees.
- Soothes the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis.
- Natural anti-inflammatory that helps to heal scrapes, cuts and minor burns.
- Relieves sunburn, rashes and insect bites.
- Has potent anti-ageing powers, as it’s full of essential fatty acids, and high in vitamins A and E.
- Keeps skin supple and elastic and stimulates collagen production.
- Suitable for sensitive skin.
Pure Simple Shea Butter contains no artificial additives, preservatives, cosmetic fragrances, synthetic surfactants, mineral oils or petroleum-based ingredients.
Please Note: Shea butter is solid at room temperature, but melts when it comes into contact with your skin.
Not suitable for those with allergies to nuts or latex.
Shea butter (mechanically refined)
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02 Aug, 2016, By Annelize
Long lasting moisture, easy to melt, love that its fragrance free!
Love Love Lurrrvvvv this product
22 Jun, 2016, By Zama
I have been using this product for the past 2 weeks now and i have no complaints, i love how it feels on my skin especially during this winter season!
Great great great!
09 Dec, 2015, By Ntswaki
This is great for my skin and hair. I like the fact that it is odourless (non funny strong scent), its even better to use in this warm season as the butter isn so hard.
23 Jul, 2015, By Nici
During winter its a bit hard, but I just scoop some out with my nail and warm it in my hands. Works great! I mix mine with some coconut oil and the shea butter really seals in the moisture. Plus it has no smell which is nice.
16 Jul, 2015, By Kate
I used to suffer from dry itchy skin and cracked, chapped hands in winter. This product has dealt with those problems fantastically, and I even use it on my face now. It is great and quite economical, as a little goes a long way.
08 Jan, 2015, By Tammy
This shea butter is perfect, super moisturising, blends beautifully with natural aqueous cream and essential oils and coconut oil. Very versatile and does not have the slight latex smell of other shea butters. It is solid so I scoop it out with the back of my nail and warm it in my hands for proper aplication. It leaves my skin feeling super healthy and glowing! Great!
Good but doesn absorb
06 Sep, 2014, By Coemar
Good for eczema but it doesn absorb fully so it gets worn away by clothes halfway through the day
Absolutely fabulous multi product!
21 Jul, 2014, By Melanie-ann
Ive been hearing all kinds of things about Shea Butter for curly hair and decided to try it out for myself. All I can say is that the results were stunning!
Its not in itself a moisturiser but rather a sealant for other conditioners so you need to use it in conjunction with say, Coconut or Grape Seed oil. I whipped it up with a tablespoon of Coconut oil and a tablespoon of Sweet Almont oil. The results are fabulous. Its also great on your skin and for cracked heels. Has just become my HG of hair masques.
13 May, 2014, By Chanell
I love this product! For me, its better than the Soil Kenyan shea butter. Will become a staple in my beauty cabinet for sure!
I'm really enjoying this shea butter.
I'm really enjoying this shea butter. It's a great moisturiser for my preggy belly and even as a hair masque. It requires a bit of work to go from solid to liquid though. To that end I dispense it into a glass that is standing in hot water, a bit like you do with coconut oil.
I really love this product.
I really love this product. It's fragrance free and moisturises really well. Just a bit tricky to get out of the jar in its solid form.