Organic Raw Shea Butter Review + DIY Recipe + Giveaway


Beauty by Shea organic shea butter is sourced directly from Ghana. It is raw and unrefined so it's the purest form of shea butter available, with no added ingredients.

Organic Raw Shea Butter Review + Giveaway

This ivory shea butter comes in a heat-sealed bag in a one-pound brick. Mine came in great condition and was ready to use. I love that it is natural and organic. Many lotions these days are full of toxic ingredients that nobody needs to absorb into their body. Pure shea butter moisturizes so well and a little goes a long way. It naturally contains vitamins A, E, F and K which help nourish the skin. It absorbs quickly and doesn't leave me feeling too greasy. I love applying it to my legs, feet, arms, and hands to moisturize the dry skin. It's great for after shower and before bed.

Organic Raw Shea Butter Review + Giveaway

I also find it very useful for DIY lotions and soaps, and even hair conditioner. I made a homemade moisturizer for my face and neck using organic shea butter, coconut oil, and tea tree oil. It was super easy and works really well. Because of the coconut oil it does feel a little "greasy" when its first applied, but I have been using it on my neck and chest for a few weeks and it leaves my skin SO soft.

DIY Face Cream Recipe - Organic Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Tea Tree Oil
DIY Face Cream Recipe
  • 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil (Use organic virgin or extra virgin, NOT refined)
  • 3 Tablespoons Organic Raw Shea Butter
  • 2-3 drops Tea Tree Oil
  1. Mix coconut oil and shea butter together
  2. Add 2-3 drops of tea tree oil
  3. Mash together until blended
  4. Store in a sealed glass container or baby food jar
Since a little goes a long way, a pound of shea butter will last quite awhile. It's only $15 on Amazon, and can be used alone as a moisturizer or in several different ways in DIY recipes.

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11 comments:

craftsonthego (crafty one) said...

I would use to for my hair and skin especially my heels, knees & elbows.

Amber said...

This would be awesome to make some lotions for my kids! 6, 2 and t3 months all with super sensitive skin.

Marian F said...

I'd like to use it to make some soap.

Andrea Nelson said...

I would make baby bottom cream

sarah gillespie said...

I would use it on my poor dry elbows. Thank you sooooo sooooo much for the chance.

Anonymous said...

Hand cream

OlmsteadKat said...

I would make a face cream to help my dry skin!

Kelly OMalley said...

I love shea butter. I use it for my homemade deodorant, and my hand lotion. I would love to learn other uses and I love the way it feels on the skin.

Maggie Anders said...

I just started making my own homemade bath and beauty products, i think i will make some whipped body butter.

Agbeke said...

I'll use it as a body butter

sandyhills x said...

Would have to say that would use as a part of my daily skin care and for my hair - shaunie