15ml cobalt blue bottle with glass dropperJuly 18, 2020
Silicone Baking MatJuly 18, 2020
Organic Shea Butter -Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit
Virgin is a soft solid butter that is pale yellow in appearance and has a characteristic nutty odour.
It is 100% natural and organic.
Organic Virgin Shea Butter begins it’s existence in West Africa on the Karite tree. The resulting Shea Nuts are processed to become Shea Butter. This Shea Butter has not been refined and is left in it’s purest form. Contributing to skin elasticity, Shea Butter is a creamy emollient that is commonly used in soap, lotions, creams, and body balms. It is a soft solid that is pale yellow in appearance and has a characteristic nutty odour. Our Virgin Shea Butter Organic is 100% natural and organic.
Country of Origin: West Africa
CP and HP Soap: 5 – 20 %
Creams and Lotions: 2 – 100 %
Balms/Lip Products: 5 – 100 %
This butter extracted from the Shea Nut is unrefined and unprocessed in any way and there may be bits of impurities and some sediments present (tiny bits of the shell, plant fibers, etc). Although batches vary to some extent, this product usually has a very strong nutty, pungent, oily aroma that is characteristic of a pure & natural Shea Butter from Ghana. Also present will be various natural inconsistencies in color including darker spots and gray streaks. It is solid at room temperature and rather hard in consistency. Please note that since this is a natural butter the texture may vary batch to batch and some batches may be grainier than other in texture.
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