How to use Shea Butter - Shea Butter Use
By simply putting Unrefined ALL Natural Shea Butter on your skin and expecting it to do it's thing on it's own, will not work. You have to help the process by dedicating yourself to the natural healing process by using it EVERYDAY, at least 2 times a day, and most importantly massaging it into your skin. By massaging your skin, you are generating your cellular activity and ultimately helping your skin heal.
Shea Butter is an excellent moisturizer which can ultimately heal and/or maintain problematic skins such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea. Shea Butter provides a healthy oil for acne. It will not promote acne, it will heal it, if used as directed.
After washing your body using our all natural, fragrance free, ORIGINAL Black Soap we recommend that you follow up using our Authentic Unrefined Shea Nut Butter to moisturize, heal, and protect your skin naturally. Apply Raw Shea Butter to problematic areas two (2) times a day. Massage affected area(s) between 5 and 15 minutes. Shea Butter WILL NOT clog your pores, so there is no need to worry.
If you are not a fan of the Original Black Soap, and you'd rather use one of our All Natural Liquid Black Soap Body Washes, then click here for options. These soaps are gentle cleansers infused with healing essential oils.
SIDE NOTE: For Raw Shea Butter to work effectively on acne, psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea, you must only use PURE UNREFINED RAW SHEA BUTTER and wash your skin using a natural shea butter based soap such as African Black Soap.
ANTI-AGING USE: Apply a third of a dime sized amount in the palm of your hand and rub your hands together until the oil emits. Once you see the NATURAL oil, gently massage it onto your face, and continue where needed on the remainder of your skin. Massage gently for at least 1-3 minutes and up to 2-3 times a day, especially before sun exposure and at bed time.
DISCLAIMER: The statements made here have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure or prevent any disease. This notice is required by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.