Shea butter is rich in days that make it an excellent emollient and skin moisturizing agent. It also has antioxidant and antioxidant properties. This helps in reducing inflammatory skin diseases and the damage the skin and hair have undergone due to free radicals.
She butter contains vitamins A and E, keeping the skin in optimal health while protecting it from being damaged by the sun’s ultraviolet rays. These properties give Shea butter a mild sun protection factor(SPF). Vitamin E also soothes dry skin and improves skin elasticity, making this butter and anti-aging agent.
We have raw Shea butter, also referred to as pure Shea butter or cold-pressed Shea butter. This is Shea butter in its most natural form. And is usually place yellow in color. It is cold-pressed to make sure it does not lose any of the great qualities of Shea butter.
Refined versus unrefined shea butter
Shea butter may be refined or unrefined. Unrefined is the most natural and the least processed. Since it is extracted manually, it is able to retain its vitamins, minerals and other natural properties.