Most commercial Body Butters, Lotions and Creams only have between 4-8% of any Body Butter in them. Not ours. Our African Shea Body Butter has a whopping 30% of Organic Shea; and, that's just the SHEA portion of the formula~

If that's not enough deliciousness for you, we’ve also folded in a layer of Cocoa and Mango Butters, as well as, a mixture of Organic Hempseed, Grapeseed, Organic Sunflower, Sweet Almond and Coconut Oils! We guarantee you will not find this recipe anywhere else! It's been our best selling product for nearly 30 years!

Our recipe begins in 1924, in Senegal, with organic, golden Shea Butter, extracted and prepared by cold process methods, without the use of added chemicals. This caliber of Shea Butter is a powerful, cellular regenerator that slows DNA Degradation (premature aging). It has intense, lasting hydration and nourishing powers for the face, body and hair. Shea Butter is noncomedogenic (meaning it does not clog pores), so it is invaluable to those with acne-prone skin. With naturally occurring Vitamins A, B, E, F and K and Trace Minerals, our African Shea Body Butter has maximum skin softening properties and is highly effective at preventing wrinkles, fine lines and stretch marks! Our Shea Butter also protects the skin from many environmental stressors and acts as a mild, natural sunscreen before, during and after the tanning process, protecting the skin from sun, wind and salt. 

Try our African Shea Butter. Its thick, but creamy, texture will testify to its supremacy over the standard faire.  

The Vitamin A in Shea Butter is important for improving a number of skin conditions including blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and dermatitis. Additionally, Shea Butter has properties that effectively treat skin allergies, sunburn, itching, frostbite, bug bites, small skin wounds, radiation burns and a number of other skin conditions. The moisturizers in Shea Butter are the same moisturizers present in the sebaceous glands (a small gland in the skin which secretes a lubricating oily matter [sebum] into the follicles to lubricate skin and hair). In the right balance, sebum helps keep the skin conditioned and prevents recurring dryness.

The Vitamin E in Shea Butter is a powerful antioxidant. Its main function, in skin care, is to protect against the harmful effects of sun damage and environmental exposure. Vitamin E absorbs the harmful UV light from the sun by acting as an anti-free radical agent, increasing micro-circulation, which results in increased blood circulation to and from the skin. Photo protection refers to the body's ability to minimize the damage caused by UV rays. This can help prevent dark spots and wrinkles. If you have particularly dry skin, the Vitamin E in Shea Butter can help counteract a lack of sebum. Vitamin E also helps in the treatment of skin inflammation!

The Vitamin F in Shea Butter is better known as linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that is crucial in skin and hair regeneration. Shea Butter contains other essential fatty acids (stearic, oleic and palmitic) which have proven to reduce inflammation and provide other powerful skin benefits.

The Vitamin K in Shea Butter is essential in aiding the body's process of blood clotting, which helps the body heal wounds and bruises. The basic functions of Vitamin K have also been proven to help with stretch marks, spider veins, scars, dark spots and stubborn circles under the eyes. Doctors frequently use creams with Vitamin K on patients who have just undergone surgery to help reduce swelling and bruising.

Available Fragrances: See our Fragrance page for a full listing of available scents (essential oil blends).

Warning: For topical use only. Do not use if you have Shea or Nut allergies.

80% of what goes ON your skin goes IN your skin.        What are you wearing?

​Why our African Shea Body Butter?

“This product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”

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Anti-Aging, Antioxidant, Blemish Buster, Chapped Skin, Collagen Production, Cuticles, Dark Circles,

Decrease Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Deep Hydration, Dry/Cracked Skin, Eczema/Psoriasis, Environmental Protection, 

Itching, Shaving, Rashes, Spider Veins, Muscle Fatigue, After Radiation, Stretch Marks, Sunburn, Wind Burn



Shelf life 1 year in temperate weather and avoiding direct sunlight. Refrigeration can extend shelf life. ​During transit, vegetable butters may possibly melt or partially melt. Some butters may crystallize if they resolidify too slowly. This does not impact the quality or usability of the butter.