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Shea Butter has been utilized by native Africans for more than millennia. Shea Butter contains unsaponifiable fats, which do not turn to soap and retain their moisturizing properties. It is completely non-toxic (in fact, unprocessed and can be used in cooking) and gentle enough for use on the face, for babies or people with skin conditions. Shea Butter has been long used by healers for things like skin cracks and ulcers, small wounds, dry skin, eczema, dermatitis, and to sooth aching muscles. Because of the way Shea butter restructures the skin, it has been used to help with stretch marks, and anti-aging formulas. Because of the natural latex found in Shea butter, people with latex allergies should do a patch test on the skin before using.

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