About this product
Traditional hand pressed
Cosmetics and food
Raw Shea Butter is hard to find, and harder still if you are concerned with ethical purchases. The decline of African culture among African nations is in direct proportion to corporate experience, therefore we encourage you to buy Shea Butter and other products from “Fair Trade” companies such as the Akoma Cooperative where the purchase of this wonder product help sustain village life and supports the women and children of the community who live off of the profits of their Shea Butter production. The Akoma Cooperative provides traditional jobs to the Ghana village of Pusu-Namogo; giving them the means to keep their village alive and healthy.
Do It Yourself
When purchasing the raw Butter remember also that you can “mix” it yourself. Add your favorite fragrance oil to make a lustrous body moisturizer. The oil will hold the fragrance to the skin much longer than an alcohol-based perfume. Add “tint” to make it a tinted moisturizer for the face. Run out of cooking oil…use Shea Butter. Need to tame the ends of your hair before a hot night out, take a pinch of Shea Butter and rub it between your fingers then apply to loose ends.
It is a versatile product and far healthier than the petroleum-based products that most companies put out. Moreover, when purchasing Shea Butter from Fair Trade, organic suppliers like the Akoma Cooperative you are putting your money where your heart is.
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