The Secret To Super Soft, Silky, Healthy Skin And Hair
Do you suffer from eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, itchy skin, dry hair, brittle hair, dandruff, minor cuts or burns, rash, skin allergies, or acne? You can improve your skin or hair naturally with raw shea butter. Help moisturize and protect your skin with the best all natural moisturizer, from the fruit of the “tree of life.” Nourish your skin with vitamins and essential fatty acids. Protect and heal your body with the anti-oxidant, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties of this amazing product.
Now you can heal and protect your skin with a safe, all-natural alternative
Soothe your body with the luxurious moisturizing effects of raw shea butter. Protect your skin and hair from damage caused by heat, the sun, and cold, dry weather. Use it as a daily moisturizer, or make your own DIY skin care products. Stop worrying about harmful chemicals commonly found in commercial cosmetic products. Stay safe and healthy with ingredients you know and trust. Use it in your homemade products such as whipped butter, lotion, hand cream, soap, and shampoo to make products far superior to anything you might buy. You will look and feel more beautiful and youthful as Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter moisturizes and revitalizes your whole body, from your hair down to your toes!
Raw Shea Butter vs Refined Shea Butter
Refined shea butter is easily distinguished from raw (unrefined) shea butter. When refined, it is very soft and is pure white in color. Unrefined has a much firmer texture and is beige or off-white in color. The refined product is much cheaper in price because it is easier to chemically extract the butter, and lower quality nuts can be used. The low price tag, soft texture, and lack of odor make the refined product an ideal ingredient for the cosmetic industry.
Refined shea butter is often produced by extraction using hexane. Hexane is often used as a cleaning product and is considered a neurotoxin. In the refining process, much of the benefits of shea butter are permanently lost. Vitamins and minerals are extracted or chemically destroyed. These natural elements act as preservatives, so without them the product may quickly spoil. To make up for their loss, chemical preservatives are often added to extend the shelf life.
To get the best value, make sure you always purchase unrefined shea butter. Although refined shea butter may be cheaper, it is a far inferior product and potentially contains dangerous chemicals. It contains none of the healing power of raw shea butter. Take care of your skin, it deserves the very best!
Suggested uses for Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter:
- Treatment of dry skin, eczema, minor burns, and small cuts
- Provides relief from rashes, insect bites, and skin allergies
- Helps prevent stretch marks due to pregnancy
- Protects your skin from the damaging effects of the sun, wind, and cold weather
- Helps eliminate blemishes, wrinkles, acne, and discoloration
- Relieve aches and tension
- As a daily moisturizer, body butter, and hair conditioner
Experience the amazing healing effects of raw shea butter for yourself. You will be amazed at the incredible benefits! Your skin will feel softer, smoother, and more youthful. Buy some now for yourself or as a gift.
How to use:
With this product, a little goes a long way. Start with a small, pea-sized amount and place it in the palm of your hand. Your body heat will melt the shea butter, rubbing your hands together will make it melt quickly. Apply to your skin, paying particular attention to dry areas such as your elbows, heels, and chapped lips. Applying too much may cause your skin to feel greasy, so it is best to start with a little, then add more as necessary.
For hair, it is easiest to make a batch of whipped shea butter. If you are using the product as is, melt a small portion in your hand, and apply to damp hair. With whipped shea butter, simply use it without melting. Gently massage the shea butter into your hair, coating the entire length. It is easiest to work in small sections, moving from the scalp to the ends of your hair to ensure full coverage.
Shea butter will take about 15-30 minutes to fully absorb. The smell will also quickly diminish.
Of course, Raw Shea Butter is also an excellent ingredient to use in your DIY products. Make a batch of whipped shea butter, or if you are up for the challenge, make a few bars of shea butter soap. You will be amazed at what you can make with this product!