6 Ways To Use African Shea Butter - How to use it in beauty or other areas


African Shea butter is a miraculous natural product. It is full of many amazing properties that help us in multiple ways including beautiful skin and hair plus good health. This butter with versatile qualities is edible also and is a major ingredient in many confectionery items. The African Shea butter is derived from the nuts of karate trees that are found in Africa.

Let us now explore the quick ways in which African Shea butter can be used for maximum benefits!

  1. Use Shea Butter in Beauty Areas

  • Use it as a wonderful moisturizer – Take some African Shea butter. Go for the brands that provide least refined butter. Rub the butter on your body areas which have dry skin. You can also use it as a body lotion. Leave the butter on skin overnight or for an hour at least so that the skin absorbs the essential moisture from the Shea butter. Take a warm shower afterwards to receive baby soft skin!
  • Use it as a great hair care conditioner – Take some butter and rub it in the roots of your hair. Spread the butter throughout your hair with the help of comb. Now, cover your head with a shower cap and let the butter sit there for 10-15 minutes. Shampoo your hair and flaunt your finely conditioned hair! Also, using this butter helps you get rid of dandruff!
    (Visit Hairguard for more information on shea butter for hair growth.)
  • Use it to fight wrinkles & stretch marks– African Shea butter is full of vitamin A and E. Therefore, it work wonders for your stretch marks, skin and hair. If you want to say goodbye to your early signs of ageing like wrinkles and fine lines, apply some butter on the affected areas of wrinkles and stretch marks. You need to massage softly in circular motions for at least 7-8 minutes. Leave the butter for as long as you can, that is, for the whole night or for at least an hour! Later on, take bath with lukewarm water. Regular massaging with this butter will give you amazing results after 2-3 months.
  • Use it as a healer for cracked heels – Annoyed with cracked heels and lips? Try using African Shea butter! Rub the butter softly on your cracked heels and leave overnight. Next morning, wash your feet with lukewarm water. Do not forget to take out the dead skin from your feet with fine and suitable pedicure equipments. However, be gentle while taking off the dead skin cells. You can also apply some butter on your cracked lips to achieve soft and smooth lips the next morning!
  1. Shea Butter in Shaving

Take some butter and rub it on the shaving area of your face. Though, this butter will not produce lather but will help you attain a smooth shaving base. Also, you can use this butter as an after-shave lotion as it lessens the inflammation that occurs after shaving.

  1. Shea Butter to Fade Scars

If you have got scars on your body, you can use this butter to lighten the scars. Be sure that your scars are fully healed. You should also consult your doctor before actually starting with the butter application. And also always use a premium grade shea butter for your face, which is readily available at the Baraka online store.

All you have to do is to massage some butter on the area of scars and let it sit there for the whole night. You will have to repeat this procedure for 3-4 months. You will be glad to see the positive results after this time period as this butter supports and enhance natural collagen production in skin!

  1. Shea Butter for Skin Allergies

Simply massage the butter gently into the affected areas of your skin. Leave the butter for 15-20 minutes to get relief from allergies like poison ivy and general skin rashes.

  1. Shea Butter as a Moisturizer for Babies

Remember that this butter remains in solid form at room temperature. When it comes in contact with your body, it starts melting down due to heat received from the body. To use Shea butter as an after bath moisturizer for your baby, apply the butter in gentle circular motions all over your baby’s body. This natural product that is completely chemical-free will keep your baby happy and healthy with a smooth and gentle skin.

  1. Shea Butter in Cooking

Shea butter is an essential ingredient of many chocolates. It is also used in making different types of cakes and pastries. You can also combine garlic, onions (green) and the Shea butter to prepare a delicious sauce. African Shea butter can also be used as a substitute for butter in many recipes. You may also use the Shea butter for frying. Try to use unrefined Shea butter as it contains multiple nutrients and a nutty flavor too!

Last but not the least, we would like to say that be it beauty, health or cooking, using any natural product is always better than using an artificial product that is full of chemical! African Shea butter is a completely natural product that can be used quickly and effectively along with plenty of beauty, health and taste benefits!



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