We all want gorgeous, shiny hair, and raw shea butter protects and rejuvenates to provide just that. The nuts of the Shea-Karite tree, found only in Africa, are the source of this natural product. A high quality crop of nuts, suitable for hair and skin products, can take as long as 30 years to be produced. In June and July the tree produces dark green fruit.
Because it is all natural it contains no harsh chemicals or added fillers. If the color ranges from a whitish cream to a grayish yellow, you can be assured you have real raw Shea butter.
It used in hair care products absorbs quickly into the scalp, hydrates the hair follicles, and does not clog pores. It also helps repair and protect dry, brittle hair. Luster and shine will soon return to your hair when using this natural product. It can also be used alone as a conditioner. It is recommended that the raw butter be applied to damp hair promptly after washing. This allows the butter to seal in moisture.
Shampoos that contain this product provide a rich, sumptuous lather that not only cleanses your hair, but also removes excess build up and restores your hairs natural pH balance. Another benefit of it is that it also softens your hair. With the very first use you could notice a difference!
You no longer have to put up with hair that’s full of tangles and hard to control. And it doesn’t have to be expensive to keep your hair looking gorgeous.
Another word for raw shea butter is unrefined Shea butter. Unrefined means that it is pure and unaltered. If you’re using this alone, it’s recommended you apply it to your hair at least twice per week, and to your scalp at least once per week. It is even thought to stimulate hair growth.r