Shea butter is a superfood for your skin. It’s moisturizing properties and creamy texture has made it a much sought-after natural skin treatment. You can find a wide array of shea butter combinations for hair, skin and nails.
As Shea Butter is a rich emollient, it’s rich in vitamin A, E and antioxidants. It helps to reduce the appearance of stretch marks, scars and other skin discolorations. Premium Shea Butter enriched with vitamin A is highly effective in improving the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes, as well as soothing the painful symptoms of dermatitis and eczema. Shea Butter is also effective in reducing the signs of aging caused by sun exposure.
Raw Shea Butter has healing properties that soothe, heal and balance the skin. In its purist form, it maintains its therapeutic properties keeps skin soft and supple.
History of Shea Butter
In general, most Shea Butter is outsourced from West Africa. In its raw form, it has a distinctive color and smell that is far different from refined Shea Butter. In comparison, refined Shea Butter is virtually odorless and is white in appearance.
When shopping for high quality Shea Butter, Eu’Genia Shea is a top-of-the-line choice. Family-owned and operated, Eu’Genia Shea has been producing premium Shea Butter since 2000 when Eugenia Akuete was working as a midwife in Ghana and used raw Shea Butter to treat stretch marks and other discolorations on her patients.
Step by step, Eu’Genia Shea has flourished into a highly successful online corporation donating over 15 percent of all proceeds to the hard workers of Ghana to help them have the education they deserve.
At Eu’Genia Shea, they provide training for their employees, pay above-market wages and always give back to their workers, which has helped them maintain their longevity in a highly competitive market.