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Shea Butter

Shea butter, known also as Karité, is obtained from fruits of the shea tree (Butyrospermum parkii) growing mainly in West Africa and living up to 100 years. 

Women traditionally deal with production of valuable shea butter, which supports local communities and increases independence of women in this area. The English name shea designating both the tree and fat apparently comes from the African Bambara language and means holy, so that is why this tree is referred to as “the saint of the savannah” or “the tree of life”. Shea butter is ideal mainly for dry, sensitive and irritated skin. It provides long-lasting and intense hydration, penetrates deep layers of the skin and helps maintain it soft and supple. It soothes, nourishes and protects the skin from dehydration and adverse environmental impacts. 

Helps stimulate production of collagen and promotes cell renewal thanks to vitamins A, E and F, thus reduces fine wrinkles and improves skin elasticity.


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