This Whipped African Shea Butter has a silky texture that feels great on your skin. With a perfect mix of Shea and oils, it is non-greasy and promotes healthy glowing skin. Perfect for 96 hour hydration of dry skin.
I traveled to Africa to source the raw materials and then crafted an original formula that feels great on the skin and is great for the skin. I have sensitive skin so it was important for the final product to be plant based organic. It's good for all skin types. It's good to use in all seasons also. 100% Organic, Vegan, Cruelty free. Use daily. Available in 2oz, 4oz, 8oz.
- Relieves dry skin
- Eases irritation
- Prevents cell damage
- Improves eczema
- Provides sun protection
- Doesn’t cause allergic reactions
- Regular Use
"I really loved the Body Butter. It is soothing and helped with my shingles."
The body butter is creamy and soft. Takes away the dry skin look and feel.
"I bought the King and Queen gift boxes. I loved it and my friend did too!"
✅ Authentic Whipped Shea
✅ Cruelty Free
✅ 100% Organic
✅ Nourishing & Moisturing
✅ Silky Smooth Non-Greasy
✅ Promotes Healthy Skin
✅ Hair Products promote growth, reduce shedding and breakage
✅ Customers have seen results in as few as two days
✅ Black Women Owned
Shea SILK BODY Butter
Organic Vegan Cruelty Free skincare product made with African Shea Butter, Essential Oils and Other Oils. Test the product on the back of your hand before using on large body area.
Relieves dry skin: Shea butter contains fatty acids. They lubricate the skin and create a barrier that keeps moisture in.
Eases irritation: Shea butter contains anti-inflammatory substances, which ease swelling and redness in skin. Use it for any irritation, from sunburns to chapped lips to skin that’s reacting to too many acid peels or scrubs.
Prevents cell damage: Shea butter contains two antioxidants that promote anti-aging:
Vitamin A “Vitamin A is crucial for skin health,” says Dr. Vij. “Since the 1970s, we’ve used retinoids — synthetic forms of vitamin A — to firm skin and reduce wrinkles.”
It works by increasing the skin-cell turnover rate, smoothing the skin’s surface. It also plumps skin by stimulating the production of collagen, the framework that keeps your skin from sagging.
Vitamin E: Shea butter has a lot of vitamin E. The majority of it is alpha-tocopherol (one of eight forms of vitamin E), which has the highest antioxidant activity. Vitamin E helps skin by preventing cellular damage and boosting moisture.
Improves eczema: Eczema is a common skin condition that causes itchy, red rashes. It also makes you prone to skin infections. One study found that shea butter was better at reducing eczema symptoms than petroleum products, which doctors often recommend. This may be because shea butter contains linoleic acid, a fatty acid that’s in skin. Research indicates that linoleic acid plays a crucial role in protecting skin and can significantly reduce eczema symptoms.
“It’s essential for people with eczema to keep their skin moist and protected,” says Dr. Vij. “Shea butter can be a good option for many folks.”
Provides sun protection: Shea butter has a sun protection factor (SPF) of about three or four. It’s Combine it with others sun protectors for maximum benefit.
Doesn’t cause allergic reactions: Shea butter is safe for people with nut allergies. Allergens are proteins. While shea butter does come from nuts, it’s made entirely of fat, so it’s allergen-free.
Regular Use: Helps skin retain moisture, which makes it soft and smooth. Since it’s loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, it may also keep your skin supple.