Shea butter, well known as “ORI” in Yoruba language, is quite popular in South- west of Nigeria. Shea butter is a miracle ingredient and the new darling of the beauty and body care adherents. As low as N50 can solve a lot of your face and skin mishaps. This raw 100% natural, rich in vitamins E and A unique properties make it stand out in the nut family.
Here are some Tips and Tricks for your smart use of shea butter.
Repair cracked heels and troublesome cuticles
Many who suffer from painful cracked heels and dry cuticles apply shea butter before bed and slip into cotton socks for the night.
Aids your shave
For men , shea butter can be used as an ‘oil shave’ even if you use a ladder to shave with. Also applying shea post-shave can help to ward off irritation. This gives you a smoother and bump-free skin.
Your Hair Therapy
Shea butter is used in many a haircare product and with good reason. It is said to have a number of benefits, including sealing in moisture, defining curl, conditioning the scalp, alleviating dandruffs and decreasing the dreaded frizz. Also, applied to just the roots when styling can add a bit of volume to fine hair.
Shea butter will diminish the appearance of wrinkles after four to six weeks of use. The constant application of shea butter to the skin results in a brighter complexion and visibly-reduced wrinkles.
Enhance your kisser
Shea butter is said to protect and soothe the lips. Apply several times a day; smooch frequently to test its efficacy.
Calm inflamed skin
Shea butter has several anti-inflammatory agents that can resolve skin burns and hot oil after math on the skin.