Tips & tricks

Tips and tricks

1-   Night Cream

Melt a small amount of Shea butter between your fingers and spread it gently over your face.Do you suffer from a dry, flaky or itchy skin? The next morning your skin is feeling completely soft!

2-   Day cream

If you really suffer from very dry skin, you can also use Shea butter as a day cream. The advantage of this is that Shea Butter has a natural SPF sunscreen. This is just an SPF between 0 and 6, but it is a bonus.

3-   Eye Cream

You melt a little Shea butter between your fingers, then you divide it carefully under and around your eyes. The skin around your eyes is very thin and therefore very vulnerable. Therefore I dare not simply to smear something. Shea butter is 100% natural and 100% organic. It also contains vitamins E, A and F that nourish the skin and protect against aging.

4-   Lip Balm

Our lips are like the skin around our eyes, very thin. When it’s freezing outside, they quickly become dry and there will be cracks. You can use Shea butter as a lip balm on your lips. They become soft and don’t tear. Because Shea butter is so natural, this also is not addictive as lip balm. If your lips are already torn, the vitamin E in the Shea butter ensure that this is rectified as soon as possible.

5-   Hair Serum

When your hair is dry and fluffy. You melt a little Shea butter between your fingers and apply it than in the driest parts of your hair. For at least 12 hours your hair will be silky and not static.

6-   Hair Mask

Spoon a small amount of Shea butter in a pan and warm it up, au bain marie. Along with a little olive oil you spread it over your hair and let it stand for about half an hour. Then simply wash your hair as you always do. As long as your hair still wet, they feel a bit greasy. Once dry, your hair softer than they have ever been.

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7-   Cuticle Cream

A little bit of Shea butter on your cuticles also does wonders. The vitamins (vitamin E o.a) ensure smooth and healthy cuticles and therefore beautiful nails.

8-   Body Butter

Dry legs in winter? With a bit of Shea butter is resolved in no time. You won’t easily find a more nourishing and moisturizing body butter. Shea butter also relaxes the muscles so you can really relax.

9-   Dry spots

Shea butter also works incredibly well on dry spots all over your body. It does not irritate, but nourishes and heals well.

10-  Hand Cream

When skin is dry, it pulls and you suffer from skin cracks, a bit of Shea Butter solves this very quickly.

11-   Cuticle Cream

A bit of Shea butter on your cuticles also does wonders. The vitamins (vitamin E o.a) ensure smooth and healthy cuticles and therefor beautiful nails.

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