27 Reasons to use Shea Butter - The Benefits

i. Dry Skin

ii. Skin rash

iii. Skin peeling, after tanning

iv. Blemishes and wrinkles

v. Itching skin

vi. Sunburn

vii. Smooth silky shave when used as shaving cream

viii. Small skin wounds

ix. Skin cracks

x. Tough or rough skin (feet, elbows)

xi. Cold weather, wind protection

xii. Frost bites

xiii. Stretch mark prevention (pregnancy, weight loss)

xiv. Insect Bites

xv. Promotes healthy, glowing skin

xvi. Muscle fatigue, aches, and tension

xvii. For use before and after strenuous exercise

xviii. Skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak

xix. Eczema

xx. Dermatitis

xxi. Skin damage from heat (hot grease while cooking, radiation treatment for certain medical problems, etc.)

xxii. Baby Diaper Rash & Comforting

xxiii. Help Baby skin growth smoothly protect the Baby skin from insect frost bites.

xxiv. Protect the Baby Skin from Hash Weather Conditions such as Cold, Wind & Sun radiation.

xxv. Protect the Baby from Blemishes, Wrinkles, Heat & Wet Rash and many Dermatitis

xxvi. Baby Muscle Fatigue, and re-leave the baby from small body pain, use Shea butter to massage the Baby every morning after Baby shower same in the evening before the Baby sleep this will protect the Baby from discomfort.

xxvii. Shea butter is good for Baby from the very day the baby is born up to adult.

The information provided here or elsewhere on this site is not intended to constitute professional medical advice for treatment.

We encourage you to consult your personal Medical Doctor with any questions you may have regarding any medical conditions.


This analysis important research information's credited to

Legend Natural Beauty Product Limited, (L.N.B.P. LTD),
Ghana Exhibition Centre Limited (G.E.C. LTD),
Post Office Box 51790 - 00100 G.P.O
Nairobi, Kenya East Africa,

&

Ghana Centre For Plants Medicine Research - (G.C.P.M.R),
Post Office Box 73, Mampong - Akuapem
Ghana - West Africa
(Organizations Established in 1975)