Shea trees are among the the endangered tree species destroyed for charcoal these trees are only found in Northern, West Nile regions of Uganda and West African countries.
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High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin
Shea butter has been proven to have extensive anti-inflammatory properties. Redness and swelling on your face may be calmed by applying shea butter products.
The rich tree-nut oils in shea butter can soak into your skin, creating a smooth and soft barrier that seals in moisture. This moisturizing effect can last several hours.
Shea butter has also been reported to have anti-aging properties. If true, the exact mechanism isn’t well-known and may be related to promoting collagen production or decreasing the breakdown of collagen that’s already present.
Gerima Mustafa travels over 1000kms in 2019 and 2020 from Arua to Nairobi on foot to campaign for Shea trees disappearance, he is an environmental conservationist former teacher, and he has encouraged all of us to take up spirited fight for these rare species that are at the verge of extinction