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The 'Tree of Life' is a popular nickname given to the Shea tree because of its ability to address numerous health, hair, and skin conditions.

Shea (pronounced shay) butter is also known as

"Mother Nature's Conditioner" for its exceptional softening and moisturizing properties.


If your skin issues have got you down, let your regular skincare regime take a back seat and make room for shea butter. It's a go-to in many beauty regimens, and no matter what you face, there's more than a slim chance that shea butter will be your new savior.

Woman in Hot Tub

For BEST results, smooth Brooks Awesome Shea Butter

all over the entire body after a hot shower, bath or hot tub.


Perfect for
sensitive skin types...

Shea butter is excellent for the skin. Its unique nutrition concentration works wonders on the skin. It’s an impressive addition to the entire families skincare routine due to its versatile nature - It works for both dry and oily skin, protects the skin from UV rays and sunburns, and hydrates skin.


Try taking a dollop of shea butter on your work-worn, dry hands and rub it together, so it melts. You can massage it on your hands, face, dry spots, or cracks.


Shea butter boosts collagen! The presence of palmitic acid and oleic in shea makes it an excellent source to heal anti-inflammatory issues.


Did you know that shea butter is like food for the skin? It contains Vitamins A, E, and F. Each of these vitamins plays a pivotal role for your skin. Vitamin A helps skin remain healthy, all the three vitamins together help stave off facial lines and wrinkles, and vitamin F soothes chapped, dry or rough skin and helps skin heal.


One of the primary reasons’ shea butter can heal the skin so well is that it doesn’t clog your pores and allows your skin to breathe.

Shea Butter Eases Inflammation


If you’re looking for quick relief from skin-related issues like itchy, flaky, dull skin make shea butter your go-to product. Shea butter’s ability to penetrate the skin swiftly along with the presence of an anti-inflammatory agent like cinnamic acid and fatty acids will calm inflammation and give you relief.

It’s also known to slow down the production of inflammatory cells that contribute to skin

conditions and irritation. 

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