‘Shea-ing’ is Caring

‘ Shea-ing’ is Caring

Hello KingsandQueens and Welcome to 2022
As the world as we know it becomes even more uncertain [you can blame COVID 19 for that], one certainty still holds true – We must preserve and sustain our communities and natural resources.

Mother Nature throws several challenges at us but at the same time it presents us with the solutions to these selfsame problems.

Considering the fact that Ghana, like much of the West Africa, is in the throes of harmattan season the value of the shea crop cannot be overstated. The severity of the harmattan depends on which part of where you find yourself. That notwithstanding, it is imperative that you treat yourself to the best skincare available using the most effective natural ingredient
available – Shea Butter!

The harmattan season usually begins in November and runs through to March. The season is characterized by sharp declines in humidity in the air, dryness and spells of dust waves. In its wake people suffer dry skin, cracked lips and soles of their feet. Most women also dread the season due the extensive breakages its causes to their hair.

In spite of all these tribulations, our shea butter, produced using pristine traditional processes remains the truly unquestioned solution to your skin and hair challenges this time of year.

Shea butter works impeccably as a moisturizer and this is arguably its most important quality against dry skin. The harsh harmattan conditions drains valuable moisture from the skin leaving it dry and scaly. The fat content of shea butter is able counteract dryness by locking in value moisture in the skin to keep it hydrated.

Consequently, your skin stays supple and glowing even in the harshest harmattan, all thanks to shea butter.

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