The benefits of Shea Butter

The benefits of Shea Butter

In Africa, Shea Butter is often referred to as a “body superfood”. Africa is far from being a homogenous continent when it comes to culture, religion, politics, and lifestyle. But there exist some very few things on which the great majority of them agree. Shea butter, the so-called “body superfood” is one of them. Why? 

As we’ve seen before, everyone regardless of age and skin type can benefit from the use of Shea Butter. The positive effects of this extract from Karite Tree for skin and hair cannot be emphasized. The moisturizing and revitalizing features of Shea Butter are coupled with healing capacities, making the natural plant extract a versatile, universal, and daily “body companion” for: 



When it comes to the skin, Shea butter acts as a powerful antioxidant. It can be used to treat various skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, blemishes, itches and cracks, cuticle repair, sunburn, and scars. 

As it penetrates the skin, it is also known to help with muscle fatigue, tension, and ashes, rheumatisms, and arthritis. All of the former applies to hair — shea butter repairs breakage and conditions dry and damaged hair rids the scalp of dandruff.


Prevention & protection

You don’t have to be battling with skin problems to start using Shea Butter. More of the contrary, you can greatly prevent potential or future issues with it. Starting with moisturizing, softening, and smoothening the skin, Shea Butter is excellent for the prevention of stretch marks and wrinkle formation. Thus, its therapeutic properties are also anti-aging ones, generally preserving the skin balance and elasticity of the epidermis, and the brightness of your hair. 


At AASAI, our raw and organic Shea Butter is sourced and traditionally hand-crafted by communities of women in Uganda. As such, Africa is a vast continent, with rather diverse climatic conditions, so the features of your Shea Butter can slightly vary, depending on where it is sourced from. 


AASAI Shea Butter stands out in the market because of its East African origin and the attention to detail.

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