Benefits of Shea Nut Butter

Shea Nut Butter A Natural Treatment for Skin and Hair


100% pure and natural benefits of Shea Nut Butter include being an all-natural Vitamin A Cream.

This tropical butter has shown to be a superb moisturizer, with exceptional healing properties for the skin.

Benefits of Shea Butter for your Skin

The list of skin conditions that this tropical all natural butter has shown to be effective is growing.

Shea Butter contains Vitamin A which is important for improving a number of skin conditions which include: eczema, dermatitis, blemishes and wrinkles as well as having wonderful properties that treat skin allergies, insect bites, sunburns and a number of other skin conditions.

This tropical butter is similar to the moisturizers produced by the sebaceous glands in our skin.

The positive biochemical and physiological effect this butter has on skin injuries makes it ideal for wound healing.  Many users of Shea have reported that it promotes and accelerates wound healing.

Vitamin E in Shea Nut Butter

The benefits of the vitamin E in this tropical butter has been described as effective in a number of conditions or circumstances.

The benefits include being anti-aging, an anti-free radical agent, and exerting a positive effect on increasing the micro-circulation.

The Vitamin E is also helpful for the skin by increasing the micro-circulation to the skin, which results in increased blood supply to and from the skin and, as an anti-free radical agent, by aiding in preventing the negative effect of sun and environmental exposure.

Two important Fractions in Seed Oils

sheabutterwhiteMost seed oils can be divided into two important fractions; the first fraction is called the saponifiable fraction, which contains most of the moisturizing and the second is called the non-saponifiable fractions, which contains most of the healing properties.

What sets the benefits of this tropical oil apart from other seed oils is its exceptionally large healing fraction.

The healing fraction contains important nutrients, vitamins, and other valuable phytonutrients required for healing.

Depending on the source, the size of the healing fraction may range from 5% to as high as 17%.  The larger the healing fraction the better the chances are for a good quality butter.

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2 Responses to Benefits of Shea Nut Butter

  1. Matt's Mom says:

    First of all I want to say that I absolutely love Shea Butter. The only real benefit that comes to mind is the great skin softening I get from it. I did not know it has all these other benefits! That makes it even greater in my book! I was hoping you would have a recommendation on the best product to purchase! You should, I was all ready to see what you had to offer and purchase!

    • Teresa says:

      Shea butter really does have some amazing qualities and is so skin softening. Thanks for asking about the best products to purchase. I will add links to my favorite shortly. Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by my site.

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