Shea Butter Oil


What is Shea Butter Oil- Shea oil is one of the byproducts of sheabutter production, which is a popular nut butter derived from the nuts of the shea tree, scientifically known as Vitellaria paradoxa. While it contains many of the same nutrients and active compounds, the butter tends to have higher levels of stearic acid, which gives it some of the thickness and texture.Aside from stearic acid, the oil has many of the same fatty acids as shea butter, including capric, caprylic, lauric, palmiticcinnamic, oleic, and linoleicacids. The oil also contains various vitamins and antioxidants that can have significant effects on the body. 

Nutritional Content 

Shea butter oil is rich in stearic, oleic acids and benefit-rich vitamin E and vitamin A. The shea tree is used as a source of vegetable oil containing about 45–50 percent oleic acid, 30–41 percent stearic acid, 5–9 percent palmitic acid and 4–5 percent linoleic acid. The best shea butter is extracted using cold pressed methods without added chemicals or preservatives. 

Top Health Benefits 

  1. Moisturizer

Many of the volatile acids in this oil are able to be absorbed by the skin quite easily, helping to trap moisture and keep your skin healthy and your cells functioning properly. 

  1. Inflammation

If you are suffering from pain in your joints or the symptoms of an inflammatory skin condition, you can apply a few drops of this oil, and the anti-inflammatory activity of oleic, palmitic, and stearic acid will help to reduce pain.  

  1. Hair Care

If you apply this oil to frizzy or unruly hair, you can keep your hair straight, making it much easier to style your hair and boost luster.  

  1. Antioxidants

The antioxidants in this oil are excellent for any form of oxidativestress or inflammation, meaning that it can help prevent free radical activity in the body, including slowing the onset of wrinkles on the face and reducing the risk of cancer and chronic disease.  

  1. Acne

With good levels of vitamin C, vitamin A, and antioxidants, this oil can help to clear up acne symptoms. Shea oil, being a non-comedogenic, can also help eliminate the blockage in the pores by improving the balance of moisture and oil on your skin. 

  1. Congestion

Small amounts of this oil rubbed near the nose or temples can help to reduce congestion in the face. This is both due to the topical absorption and the aromatic compounds acting as an expectorant. 

  1. Cracked Heels

If you spend a lot of time on your feet, you may have dry, cracked heels, but the moisturizing and healing properties of this oil can solve that annoying condition.  

    Brand Hong Quat Packging

    Kg 54g

    Calo 36 Calo



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