Shea Butter is an ivory (sometimes yellowish) fat that is extracted from the Shea nut. The nut is the pit of the fruit of the African Shea Tree (Vitellaria paradoxa) which flourishes in west and central Africa.The butter is extracted via a lengthy, mainly manual process from the nut. The butter is used for many purposes particularly as an ingredient in cosmetics and chocolate. It is particularly viable in cosmetics because of its natural moisturizing, nourishing and healing benefits on the skin or hair. Other uses of the butter include being used as a fuel and as an nourishing ingredient in food recipes.
Contains shea butter in vitamin A, E, F and K are fat soluble vitamins, can dissolve in fat. Vitamin A can stimulate the formation of new cells, especially epidermal cells; vitamin E (tocopherol or) have antioxidant effects, can delay cell senescence; vitamin F can provide moisture for the skin cells, avoid moisture evaporation, reconstruction of cell membrane by free radicals; vitamin K can inhibit blood coagulation. Shea butter which contains plant sterols (phytosterols) and vitamin E and other unsaponifiable components can be fully nourish the skin, but also resist ultraviolet (UVB)
unrefined Shea butter is commonly used in soap, Creams, Lotions, Baby Care, Sunscreens, Hair Conditioners, Shampoos, Lipsticks, Make-ups, Mascaras, Stick Pencils, Slimming Products, have moisturizing, anti-aging, moisturizing effect
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