Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)

The Shea fruit contains a highly nutritious pulp which surrounds a potent seed that contains oil and from which Butter is extracted. The butter has an off-white colour, ivory colour and a creamy, velvet skin-loving texture that is easy to spread onto the skin.


Shea butter is known for its healing properties that can be attributed to the presence of several fatty acids and plant sterols. The vitamins A and E protect the cells from free radicals and environmental damage. In Ayurveda Shea butter is considered as one of the best anti-aging and moisturizing agents for the skin. Shea butter penetrates into the skin easily, without clogging the pores, and is effective for dry skin. Vitamins A and E found in this butter keep the skin supple, nourished, radiant, and prevent premature wrinkles and facial lines. In Ayurveda, Shea Butter is known to treat various skin concerns. Shea Butter has UV protection which makes it a wonderful ingredient for sun protection. Enriched with Vitamin F and fatty acids, it soothes rough, dry and chapped skin. Shea Butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties that can calm redness and sensitive skin. Helps protect the skin and maintain the skin’s natural barrier and provides the skin with antioxidant properties.