East African Shea Butter is the crème de la crème of Shea Butters. Because it is extracted manually from the highest quality shea nuts of the Nilotica variety, East African Shea Butter is softer and more fragrant than shea butter of West African origin. East African Shea Butter is naturally high in shea olein, melting more gently into the skin.
East African Shea Butter is more rare than West African Shea Butter and is highly prized for it superior moisturizing properties, smooth creamy texture and mild fragrance. It's so smooth and creamy, you may find it hard to believe this is an all natural product.
Shea Butter, known in African for centuries, has recently been discovered by the Western world. This all-natural moisturizer has almost magical properties for treating minor skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, dry scalp and more. Use it on hair and skin to rejuvenate, moisturize, add suppleness and prevent damage from the sun and elements.
East African or Ugandan Shea Butter is more rare than West African Shea Butter and is extremely difficult to find. When you do find it, it is selling up to the equivalent of $40 per two ounce jar on some websites. We are pleased that we can offer this premium quality Shea Butter to you at an extremely competitive price.
Ugandan Shea Butter is excellent for dry knees, elbows, rough hands and dry scalp. It is especially helpful for dry scalp, dermatitis eczema, sunburn and as a lip balm.
100% East African Shea Butter imported from Uganda
Smooth on hair, skin, face as an intense moisturizer
By Mel from Atlanta on April 30, 2012
Will it leave your face oily after use.
By Treasured Locks Staff on May 1, 2012
Answer:Typically this product is used by people with dry to normal skin. If you have oily skin, we would not recommend its use. When used on any skin type, a little goes a long way.
By guerda from florida on October 2, 2012
is it creamy?
By Treasured Locks Staff on October 2, 2012
Answer:I wouldn't describe it as creamy. It's smooth. More like the consistency of a soft butter.
By LeShonna Morrison from Kansas City, Kansas on October 15, 2012
can the use of shea butter promote hair growth and make the hair overall healthy