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  • Does shea butter expire?
    Yes, Shea butter expires in 24 months to 37 months time period. But greatly extended by keeping in a cool dry area and by adding essential oils.
  • Where are your essential oils derived from?
    All of our essential oils are derived from our own totally organic garden and infused with the highest quality of organic oils.
  • Does shea butter fade tattoos?
    No, shea butter products do not fade tattoos. In fact, shea butter can actually help your tattoo retain its look for longer. Because of the vitamins found in shea butter, it is effective at making the skin look smooth and young, which will actually help your tattoo look great for longer.
  • Does the body absorb shea butter?
    Shea's anti-inflammatory properties help soothe skin and relieve itching. This may prove especially helpful for inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. Shea also absorbs rapidly, which could mean quick relief for flare-ups
  • Where does shea butter come from?
    Shea butter comes from the nuts of karité trees that grow in the Sahel region extending from West to East Africa, from Guinea and Senegal to Uganda and South Sudan.
  • Does shea butter clog pores?
    Although shea butter is 100% fat, it will surprise you to find out that shea butter is one of the few cosmetic butters that do not clog pores. On the contrary, unrefined shea butter helps heal skin conditions caused by clogged pores such as acne. It helps moisturize and reduces skin irritation.
  • Is shea butter safe for kids?
    Baby skin is sensitive. Fortunately, Shea Butter is considered safe for all skin types — even the most delicate and new. And unlike many store-bought baby lotions and creams, pure Shea Butter doesn't contain added chemicals, sulfates, parabens, or preservatives.
  • Why is shea butter used in sunscreen?
    Shea butter and oil were reported for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, UV-filtering and anti-photoaging activities.
  • Is it good to put shea butter in your hair?
    Shea butter is also great for moisturizing dry or damaged hair. It provides a good deal of moisture to dry tired strands starting from the roots to the ends. It is safe to use on relaxed or color-treated hair as a moisturizing product too.
  • Where do you source your shea butter?
    Our shea butter is Grade A yellow, purchased from Ghana and comes cruelty free and with a letter of authenticity.
  • Is shea butter harmful if swallowed?
    It is safe to consume provided that it is 100% raw and unrefined. Make sure your Shea butter product is at least grade A and comes from a reputable source. In Ghana and other African countries, Shea butter is commonly used in food preparation. Experts recommend consumption of pure, unrefined shea butter.
  • Where can I use shea butter?
    Shea butter can literally be used head to toe.
  • What are essential oils?
    Essential oils are concentrated essences of pure plant material, which provide antioxidants and other compounds that can heal the skin. By adding quality essential oils to the shea butter you now have two amazing properties that can improve your skin care routine and overall health of your skin
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