- Moisturizes and nourishes
- Glowy and smooth skin
- Promotes healthy skin
- High Quality
Many of the benefits that shea has to offer are lost when exposed to higher temperatures, like the heat used to refine shea butter. The color is removed during the process, so this type of shea butter is white. Many people use white shea butter because of its lack of color and fragrance.
Refined shea butter is also easier to work with given the fact that it does not get grainy when reheated unlike unrefined shea butter. The main components of shea butter are oleic acid, stearic acid, and linoleic acid, all of which are quickly absorbed into the skin.