What is it?
Shea Butter is made from the nuts of the African Karite tree, also called the tree of life, because almost all parts of the tree are beneficial.
Shea Butter contains a lot of vitamins A, D, E and F. Vitamin A and E are very effective in preventing and fading stretch marks. Shea Butter also stimulates the production of collagen, which helps to maintain that youthful look and firm skin. It moisturizes, protects and repairs. Even the most sandpaper-like shins will become baby soft again!
In fact, a jar from our Shea Butter can replace almost all of your beauty products. Nice and sustainable! It is perfect as a day cream, hair care, lip balm, massage cream, light sunscreen and after sun. Saves a lot of jars again.
Shea Butter is great for:
Daily skin care
(Extremely) dry skin
Skin rash or skin irritation
Eczema / dermatitis / psoriasis
Pregnancy stretch marks / belly oil
Read all experiences here.
The story behind the butter
During Wendy’s first pregnancy, she went looking for a natural alternative to the baby creams on the market, to take care of her daughter’s skin as well as possible. Without itch. And this African gold came around the corner.
Great stuff! Five years later, they are still enthusiastic users as a family.
A meeting with two powerful women from Burkina Faso brought the Shea Butter on their path. They are part of a special women’s group that produce this prize-winning butter in an honest and sustainable way.
After they had used the butter for a while and had become wildly enthusiastic, they decided to give more people the chance to use it. In this way they not only help children, mothers and families to optimally care for their skin, they also support this wonderful organization. In the meantime, this offers work to more than 200 women and an education program has been set up to learn to read and write among others.
This Shea Butter is not just another butter. If you are going to use it, you first of all don’t want anything else, but you also contribute unnoticed to a better future for many families in Burkina Faso. That smells extra delicious!