Vegetable Butters

Vegetable butters 

Benefits of the butters 

 On the body :

  • Hydrate skin

  • Reduce skin problems

  • Regenerates skin

  • Shields and Protects against UV rays

  • Restores and maintains the moisture level

 On the hair :

  • Nourishes skin deep, giving hair a strong, healthy shine

  • Sanitizes the scalp, promote hair growth and helping them being more resistant

  • Restores and maintains the moisture levels

  • Promotes cell regeneration

Shea butter

Shea butter is obtained by pressing walnuts which grow on the shea tree. It has been used for centuries in West and Central Africa. It is well known for its moisturizing qualities to soothe thirsty skin. Thanks to its antioxidants properties and its vitamins A, C and E, shea butter has the ability to reduce skin problems. It possesses the ability to improve pesky skin blemishes, eczema, wrinkles and dermatitis.

Vitamin E is also known for its role in reducing signs of premature aging, reducing stain of skin and stretch marks.

Shea butter also contains vitamin C, known for being the only antioxidant proven to increase collagen synthesis. Antioxidants protect against free radicals that can damage the skin cells.


Mango butter


Mango butter has been used for centuries in tropical zones. It is extracted from the Mango seed kernel. Mango butter contains natural emollient qualities that help keep the skin and the hair moisturized.

On top of its deliciously sweet smell, Mango butter is full of antioxidants, vitamin A, C and E which work to combat free radicals - which can be found in air pollution and sun’s rays.

It has been proven that vitamins A and C have a direct influence on hair growth making this ingredient a very important contributor to healthy hair. This natural butter also helps shield from external aggressions of the hair, scalp and skin; Mango butter is a great way to maintain and keeping them well nourished, as well as providing them with the beneficial vitamins and nutrients it make it healthy.