People have known about the luxurious shea butter (or in other words, shea butter) since ancient times. The Africans considered the karite tree sacred and protected themselves from sunburn with its oil. The women moisturized the karite hair and skin. In medicine, oil is still used as a remedy for dermatitis, joint pain, bone restoration, varicose veins and even respiratory diseases.
Shea butter helps to forget about dry and irritated skin, promotes collagen production, removes fine expression lines in a couple of weeks, and it is also appreciated for its anti-cellulite effect. The oil-record holder for useful properties is now also in the "White Lotus".