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Shea Butter…Sheer Pleasure

28 Jun

By Jess

Shea butter, locally called ‘Ori’

The most common complaints from ladies, apart from money and work, are often skin and hair related. Complaints range from oily skin, pimples and rashes to breaking or weak hair. Treatments have been recommended by ‘professionals’, all to no avail. Well, I’m glad to let you know that there has been a breakthrough. I present to you nature’s hidden secret: Shea butter, otherwise known as ‘Ori‘.

The health benefits of Ori, which is made from the Karite tree, are numerous. More than a popular cooking oil, it boasts a multi-relief system allowing it tackle to a number of bodily ailments such as coughs and catarrh.

Oh, and what it can do to relieve your hair and skin worries! A few suggestions:

For your hair, shea butter moisturizes, guards against breakage, and heals weak hair. For maximum effect, apply directly onto scalp and body of the hair and massage thoroughly. If you are worried about the smell, mix it with your hair creme.

For your body, shea butter supplies natural oil to heal eczema, burns, rashes, wrinkles, discoloration and stretch marks. It also contains cinnamic acid, which provides natural protection against the sun’s harmful rays. Apply directly to skin like a body cream or mix with your favorite store-bought brand.

All over the world people are discovering the many benefits of Shea butter, but it’s native only to Africa. Go local with shea butter and enjoy the benefits of nature’s goodness.

Shea butter, locally called ‘Ori’

 

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Posted by on June 28, 2012 in fashion, health

 

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