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THE SHEA BUTTER DIFFERENCE

For centuries, women of West Africa and the Savannah grasslands have relied on Shea Butter, also known as karité, to protect their skin, hair and scalp from the harsh African climate. Deep in the heart of the African tropics, it takes up to fifty years for a Shea-karité tree to mature and produce the Shea nut, nature’s secret to soft, shiny, beautiful hair.

For centuries, women of West Africa and the Savannah grasslands have relied on Shea Butter, also known as karité, to protect their skin, hair and scalp from the harsh African climate. Deep in the heart of the African tropics, it takes up to fifty years for a Shea-karité tree to mature and produce the Shea nut, nature’s secret to soft, shiny, beautiful hair.

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Cracked open, the Shea Butter nut reveals butter rich in vitamins A, E and F, essential fatty acids, proteins and cinnamic acid. These natural properties provide intense moisture, promote cell renewal, increase scalp circulation and protect against harmful UV rays and free radical damage.

Cracked open, the Shea Butter nut reveals butter rich in vitamins A, E and F, essential fatty acids, proteins and cinnamic acid. These natural properties provide intense moisture, promote cell renewal, increase scalp circulation and protect against harmful UV rays and free radical damage.

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