The best Shea Butter that I’ve ever tried
I have personally tried different types of Shea Butter, and I find this one by Kuza to be one of the very best, and I highly recommend it for kids!
Kuza creamy Shea Butter leaves dry skin feeling sooooooo moisturized and silky.
A must, not only adults, but children too.
A little goes a long way
Kuza natural 100% African, Creamy Shea Butter.
- For dry skin
- Nappy rash
- Cracked heels
- Chapped lips
- Flaky skin
- Dry scalp
- Brittle hair
- Dry hands
- Base of nails
Shea Butter is the perfect nourishment for skin, whether you are a newborn, teen or adult
This particular brand of Shea Butter really agrees with my skin. Shea is the fat that is extracted from a nut which comes from the Karite Tree in various parts of Africa.
Did you know that raw, natural Shea is also edible!? (But please do not eat this one as it has not been produced for consumption!)
You just need a small amount of this rich, creamy butter. It spreads smoothly and evenly over your skin nicely.
An 8oz tub lasted me well over a year! It cleared-up all my dry skin like no other cream has ever done!
Shea Butter is safe to use on children and can enrich their skin greatly if they suffer from dryness.
Depending on your hair type, you can even use it to moisturize and nourish your hair.
Rub some on your elbows, knees and dry heels – even on your lips in bouts of cold weather.
Kuza Shea Butter can help soothe chapped and cracked skin, eczema and dermatitis. In my personal case, it seriously healed my dry rashes and cracked heals practically overnight!
Some people say that they do not like the smell of Shea Butter, but I do not find this an issue at all. It smells nut-like and natural.
Kuza Shea Butter is from Ghana. It is unrefined, cold pressed and hand poured. This may result in it containing a few small lumps, but these can still be rubbed into the skin.
Kuza creamy Shea Butter comes in two sizes – 8oz/227g, or 15oz/425g tubs. You can also find it available in two colours – yellow, or white (Shades in colour may slightly vary)
I like the ‘creamy’ Shea Butter the most, but there is also the ‘solid’ type, as well as the ‘chunky’ type too! – The two latter ones are a lot harder.
Hardened Shea Butter can be melted in a bain-marie and mixed with other oils such as natural virgin olive oil, almond oil, castor oil, or even avocado oil.
In cold conditions, your Shea Butter will be a bit harder to spread. In summer months, you will have no issues spreading and treating your skin with this wonderful ointment.
Kuza natural 100% African, Creamy Shea Butter
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