Lets Talk Shea Butter

Ok Queens and Kings, Let’s take a few seconds and Thank the Creator for Shea Butter! If you need a few more seconds, go right ahead, we will wait because we Overstand the gratitude. What makes us even more excited about shea butter is the fact that it comes from the Motherland, Africa.

Love Junkies, if you don’t know where shea butter comes from, let me give you a little taste of why Africa IS the Mother Land, and why shea butter is one of her greatest goodies. Shea butter comes from the nut of the fruit from the Karite tree grown in numerous countries in Africa. However, when searching for the highest quality of shea butter, West Africa, (Ghana and Nigeria) and East Africa, (Uganda) Is where you want to purchase your shea butter, or shop quality with Cre’A’s Love butter. I had to, “throw that in there.” Our shea butter is sourced from Ghana.

Because shea butter is my best friend, I had to research everything about her! Shea butter has a natural nutty aroma when it is raw and unrefined. When we think about moisturizing our skin, we must think about the most natural alternative. Shea butter is defined as an emollient. “What’s an emollient you asked?” Emollients, (ex. shea butter) soothes and hydrates the Skin. They also act as a protective film that locks in moisture. Emollients are often used for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.

Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, E, and F. These vitamins are known to promote healthy skin cell growth. This is why shea butter is the perfect remedy for fine lines, wrinkles, and help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars. Shea butter also have goodies I could barely pronounce, “just kidding.” Linoleic, palmitic, stearic, oleic fatty acids, triglycerides, and cetyl esters.

Can we all just raise our hands, reach up into the sky, and spin around in a circle for that summer time shea butter glow! OMG! I personally feel like a Golden Goddess! The softness of the skin, no other butter could ever! Did you know that

butter has been studied and is known to have a sun protection factor (SPF) of 6? (Not high enough to completely protect you from sunburn.) However, Shea butter is extremely beneficial when used on sunburns because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Natural hair? Don’t worry, my best friend Shea has you covered! Is doesn’t matter the curl, the pattern, the A,B,C, and possibly D, or the 1,2,3, or possibly 4, Shea isn’t afraid to put your hair in place. Shea even loves to be used on dreadlocks, Rasta Locks, and any other lock. Shea butter has been used for thousands of years on African hair. It reduces the redness of scalp, naturally soothes dry and itchy scalp without clogging the pores, and repairs damaged and colored hair. All that I am saying is that Shea, Slay!

Because Shea butter is a gift from the Motherland, why not show it off and take Cre’A’s Love Butter with you to your next Mani/Pedi appointment? Shea butter is a natural alternative to heal cracked and bruised cuticles, and dry, itchy, cracked feet. Shea butter is also great for athletic feet. It would also be a grand Idea to take Cre’A’s Love Butter eucalyptus essential oil blend to your next massage appointment. Why? Because not only is Cre’A’s Love Butter is a thoughtful combination of hand-selected ingredients and designed to enhance the level of your skin’s health, eucalyptus is known to relieve muscle spasms and rheumatism.

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