5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Shea Butter.

Shea butter is highly concentrated with fatty acids and vitamins, as well as anti-inflammatory and healing propertiesthat make it perfect for conditioning, toning, soothing and softening the skin. Shea butter can be used on your face, hair, hands and feet, and all over the body.

So, if you have shea butter at home, you can solve some of your skincare issues by adding essential oils this useful ingredient which is native to West Africa.

Here are 5 ways you can use your shea butter for better selfcare:

DIY Deep Hair Conditioner

Shea Butter is well known for adding moisture and shine to the hair while controlling dandruff and problems with a dry scalp.


1/2 cup raw Shea butter
3 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons Jamaican castor oil or argan oil.
Few drops rosemary oil (or lavender, peppermint, geranium, clary sage)
Few drops tea tree oil.

Face Moisturizer

Shea butter is rich in vitamin E which protects against skin damage caused by free radicals. It also has soothing and anti-aging properties that may make skin appear smoother and reduce aging.


Pour argan oil and shea butter into a heat-safe bowl and place in a pan of warm-to-hot water until melted and well blended.
Remove from heat and add carrot seed oil.
Add essential oils and blend again.
Apply morning and night to a clean face.

Eczema Balm

Because it is rich in vitamin A, shea butter is good for soothing skin conditions and irritations like eczema.


½ cup shea butter.
½ cup coconut oil.
1 tablespoon raw honey.
Few drops lavender essential oil.
Few drops tea tree essential oil.

Lip Balm

Shea butter is rich in fatty acids that help moisturize the lipsand keep them soft.


Heat shea butter till well melted.
Mix with olive oil/honey, optional mica powder, and essential oils.
Pour the lip balm into metal tin and allow to rest until it sets up.

Heel Balm

Shea butter is also great for a soothing foot or hand massageand also to get rid of chapped heel, especially when applied and covered in a socks or gloves overnight.


Shea butter.
Lavender oil/castor oil or Coconut oil and olive oil.
Heat pan on low flame till ingredients melt.
Add peppermint oil after heating.

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