Usage: Hair/ Damaged/ Dry
Method: Apply to wet or dry hair. If applied to wet hair use a blow dryer on low to dry the butter into the hair. If applied to dry hair start at the root of the hair and work down in sections with a wide tooth comb. Best braided afterwards.
Benefits: Repairs severely damaged hair, hydrates and repairs, protects from UV damage and tangles.
Since Shea Butter is rich in Vitamins A & E, it can be applied to hair and split ends to repair damage. This makes for stronger, moisturized, soft, and shiny hair. Shea beautifies your hair even after it has endured extensive damage
Reduces scalp irritation
Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties might also help reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores. Additionally, as a natural product, it’s safe to use on all types of hair, even hair that’s damaged, dry, or color treated
Shea butter contains antifungal and antibacterial properties that prohibit dandruff and bacteria on the scalp. Massaging shea butter into the scalp will soothe the scalp and increase blood circulation. Helps heal a variety of scalp problems.
Shea butter provides moisture to dry and damaged hair from the roots to the tips, leaving it healthy and shiny. Because it’s rich in vitamins A and E, shea butter soothes dryness, repairs breakage, and mends split ends.
Shea butter absorbs quickly and completely into the scalp without clogging pores, leaving a greasy residue, or causing a buildup of oil or dandruff.