Nubian Heritage, Raw Shea Butter, 4 oz (113 g) (Discontinued Item)4 Reviews
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0.42 lbs (0.19 kg)
- Product Code: NBH-13042
- UPC Code: 764302130420
- Package Quantity: 4 oz (113 g)
- Dimensions: Not Available, 0.35475 lbs (0.16 kg)
- For Sensitive Skin
- 100% African Shea Butter
- 100% Black Owned & Proud of It!
For centuries, Africans have used Shea Butter to effectively moisturize and protect their hair and skin from conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, hair breakage and dry scalp & skin. From inducing new skin cell growth, anti-wrinkling and anti-stretch mark properties, to natural UV protection and skin toning, Shea Butter is clinically proven to repair, protect and revitalize damaged hair, retain moisture, improve skin elasticity, clear up blemishes and aid in the healing of superficial wounds, burns and other external irritations.
Nubian Heritage's Raw Shea Butter is Shea Butter in its purest form, just as our Ancestors used it centuries ago and as our Brothers and Sisters in the villages of Africa use it today. Unlike multi-national corporations that exploit the people and resources of Africa, Nubian Heritage buys Shea Butter from villages throughout West Africa, investing directly into African communities & families.
African Shea Butter
iHerb Customer Reviews
If you have dry skin or lips this is one of the best products you can use. I had never tried this brand until now and I highly reccommend it. Tip: if you are not used to using a solid moisturizer like this, all you have to do is scoop some out with your finger nail and let it sit in you hands for a few seconds to warm it up and it spreads as well as any lotion. You'll love it!
I have used shea butter before, and this one was a bit more "raw" not necessarily a bad thing, but hard to blend in and absorb. Good overall.