Where does the Shea butter come from ?
The shea (Vitellaria paradoxa) is a tree of a height of 10 to 15 meters, native and always localized exclusively in West Africa to the south of the Sahara desert.
To obtain the butter, the nuts are washed, dried and crushed before being pressed and filtered to obtain a paste. The production process preserves the active ingredients and vitamins of the product.
In Africa we call it “woman’s gold” or simply “shea” which means “life”. African families use it to compensate for skin droughts caused by high winds.
Shea butter : protective, emollient and moisturizing properties.
Shea butter, high level of vitamin E, preserves the skin from external attacks.
Shea butter leaves the skin supple and soft.
Shea butter, allows to deeply moisturize the epidermis and thus prevent and reduce stretch marks.