Shea Butter Guide

In short, Shea Butter Guide is mostly about:

  • What is shea butter and what is it good for
  • How to make your own shea butter creams for different purposes
  • Info about other butters and oils and what are they good for
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Shea Butter Guide is dedicated to promote and popularize a wonderful gift of nature called shea butter.

We would like to share with you practical ideas and recipes for creating variety of natural and healthy products of your own.

You can use them on an everyday basis as a substitute for expensive industrial cosmetics or as original handcrafted gifts for your loving ones.

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7 Responses to Shea Butter Guide

  1. Shorteay says:

    First I would like to say that I love your website. It contains a lot of excellent information. Thank You for creating this website.
    Second, I used the recipe for the whipped Shea Butter. I added 20 drops of essential oil. I am not sure if I bought the right shea butter or if I did something else wrong. All I can smell is the Shea Butter. I cannot smell the essential oil. I purchased the Shea Butter that is yellow colored and the Shea Butter smell is very strong.
    Can you please tell me what I need to do?
    In Joy,
    Debi Perry

  2. sheabutterguide says:

    Shea Butter has strong smell, it wont disappear complately whatever you put. Please, check your essential oil, it has to be good quality. You can check it on this way: put few drops of oil on a piece of paper and let it to dry. After it should not be visible but it should still have scent.

  3. neferank says:

    it’s a good thing to take shea butter evening before sleep (practice in Africa), let acts overnight

  4. Arturo says:

    Fabulous, what a web site it is! This website provides useful data to us, keep
    it up.

  5. Vannila dobry says:

    I find u information useful because i hav skin disese so how can i get shea butter am in tanzania

  6. Vannila dobry says:

    how can i get shea butter am in tanzania

  7. would like to know if the whole nut can be shipped to USA.
    would the added weight make shipping too expensive?
    how does one know if the nut is “yellow” or “white” before the shell is broken open? Approximately what is the “yield” from one “nut”?

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