Shea butter… even the name sounds smooth and inviting, amiright? With a come-hither label like that, it has to be good.
Shea butter is the fat that’s extracted from the kernel or nut of the African shea tree. Shea butter is healing, moisturizing, loaded with fatty acids and vitamins, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. When used in soap it doesn’t have lathering or cleansing properties — we include it in our formula because it’s pure luxury and goodness for your skin.
Visit Healthline for 22 reasons to add shea butter to your beauty routine. I keep a little jar of shea butter in the bathroom to use on my cuticles and any dry patches. It’s a little grainy straight out of the jar, so warm it up between your fingers before applying, especially if you’re using it on your face. I love using it on my lips in place of chapstick before bed.
p.s. I know this is annoying, but I have to say it: Pipit & Finch doesn’t make any claims to treat or cure skin conditions.