Unrefined Shea Butter


Shea Butter,

West Africa’s ‘gold’ is made by roasting and pounding the nuts to a paste, which is then repeatedly washed.



Shea Butter provides your skin with unmatched moisture and healing properties. This African Shea butter can be used as a body lotion, its rich, thick texture instantly softens skin and is great for people with sensitive skin, dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema. It is also great for babies, and can even be used as a diaper rash cream. Use it to heal chapped, broken skin or lips. Use it to heal dry, itchy scalp or split ends. You can also use it to soften your feet and get rid of toe fungus. There are so many ways that you can benefit from shea butter, give it a try and your skin will thank you. Made in Ghana. (Shea Butter)

Here we show how it is used to make soap, but it is also used for cooking, lighting and waterproofing walls, as well as a moisturiser in cosmetics.
Traditionally, women do this work, which provides them with a source of income, enabling them to buy food during emergencies, and school books for their children. It also gives them much-needed confidence and independence.
Because the trees are valuable, they are much more likely to be protected, thereby improving the environment at the same time. Brilliant!


   1-the shea tree

2- collect the shea fruıts

3-boil then dry the nuts

4-remove the shells

5- shea nuts and kernels

6-poundıng shea kernels

7-the crushed kernels ready for roastıng

8-roastıng the crushed kernels

9-grinding  the crushed kernels into a paste

10-churning the shea paste

11-heating the paste to separate the butter

12-skimmed butter

13-adding chemicals and water to the butter

14-stiring well

15-pouring into the mould

16-removing soap tablets from the mould  when set

17-soap tablets

18-stamping the design into of the soap

19-stamped soap

20-selling the soap in the market

21-selling shea butter