The Benefits and many uses of Shea Butter

Want to know why we ♥️ shea butter? There are so many health benefits to this amazing natural butter. Before I started creating QREMA Body Balm, everyone in my household used raw shea butter on their faces/body. I made it a must-have ingredient in my product line due to the many uses it provided for my family and me. 

Shea butter comes from a nut of the African tree called, Shea Tree. It is naturally rich in Vitamins A, E, and F. It offers natural UV protection to the skin (about 6 SFP).  Shea butter also provides the skin with essential fatty acids & nutrients which promote collagen production. There are many benefits that come from shea butter,  it reduces inflammation, soothes skin and prevents premature aging. Shea butter is not a new phenomenon, it’s been used for many centuries across Africa and other countries to improve skin and hair. It has also been used by countless mommy's on their tummies during pregnancy to avoid stretch marks and relieve itchiness. 

🌱 Be on the lookout for this essential ingredient in lip balm, soap, body moisturizer and more.

 Here are some known health benefits of Shea Butter:

🔅 has anti-inflammatory properties

🔅 helps treat eczema

🔅 may relieve symptoms of arthritis

🔅 may alleviate irritated skin

🔅 may slow down aging

🔅 may treat acne

🔅may prevent split ends in hair

🔅may reduce skin scarring