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AAA Shea Butter Premium Grade A Unrefined Shea Butter, Net WT. 1LB (16oz)

ALL SHEA BUTTERS ARE NOT EQUAL!

100% Pure & Natural Shea Butter is an all-natural vitamin A cream. Shea Butter has been shown to be a superb moisturizer with exceptional healing properties for the skin.

Shea Butter may range from excellent to very poor. Grade A Shea Butter may be used to treat a number of skin conditions and serves as an excellent moisturizer. Poor quality Shea Butter should be compared with products such as less expensive coca butter and mango butter.

Only high quality Unrefined Premium Grade A Shea Butter can offer the health benefits mention here. Buying Laboratory Tested Shea Butter is your only means of knowing the quality of Shea Butter you are purchasing.

THe American Shea Butter Institute Seal assures you are buying High Quality Premium Grade A Shea Butter.

Grade A Shea Butter is laboratory tested for iron, mercury, lead, copper, mold yeast and bacteria content in addition to other important proprietary test.

If you are not using laboratory tested Shea Butter, how do you know what you are putting on your skin?

Product Features

  • Dry Skin, Skin Rash, Skin peeling after tanning, Itchy skin
  • Blemishes and wrinkles, Sunburn, Skin cracks, Insect bites
  • Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy, Eczema, Dermatitis
  • Tough or rough skin (on feet), Frost bites, Healthy skin

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Comments

buho_blanco says:

A helpful tip and a thorough review. First, the helpful tip: To thin the paste and make it much more spreadable, I put a dab of the paste onto my left hand, then dripped some jojoba oil over it, then rubbed the stuff between my palms.. much better! Easier to rub into the skin, and cover a larger area. Jojoba oil is also good for skin, so this is a useful mixture. The jojoba oil does have a bit of a noticeable odor though, but again, as far as I can tell, the smell fades. You might want to try combining the shea butter with the…

S. Teichner says:

Something you should know about the odor I have read several negative comments regarding the smell of this product. Interestingly, while I think this Shea Butter smells slightly nutty and unoffensive, two of my children think it smells bad and my spouse thinks it smells rancid. A friend of mine thinks it has a pleasant nutty fragrance. Apparently, different people perceive the smell of Shea Butter differently, and just because you may dislike the odor it doesn’t mean the Shea Butter is bad. If you dislike the smell but still want to…

CADmonkichi says:

Skin Saver I ordered this product hoping it would clear up my keratosis pilaris on my arms and legs. As my skin also is affected by hyperpigmentation my KP bumps are also dark little spots. After the 1st application the size and dark color of the bumps have greatly improved. Amazing. I’ve used Lac-Hydrin (per dermatologist rec), cocoa butter among other lotions and nothing’s worked. I also have constantly chapped lips no matter what balm I used. I rubbed a tiny bit on my lips and this butter’s been…

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