Shea butter is a rich source of moisture, vitamins and fat for your skin and hair. It is the product of the nuts of the shea-karite tree and in its natural state, is a thick, yellowish butter that liquefies at body temperature.
It is believed that the most beautiful Queen in the history of Egypt – Nefertiti, known for her long thick flowing hair, used shea butter. Rich in Oleic acid and stearic acid, it is popularly known as ‘women’s gold’ in Africa
Shea butter is excellent for both the hair and scalp. It has natural anti-inflammatory properties and helps relieve your scalp if it is dry, irritated or flaky, which is critical as a healthy scalp is essential to maximise hair growth. It also provides critical moisture to the hair and scalp.
When applied on its own or included in a hair treatment formula, shea butter is said to restore hair follicles and the scalp, giving birth to healthy and fast-growing hair.
Shea butter is one of the key ingredients in the Celltone’s new Advanced Hair Treatment. It has been combined with several other naturally derived ingredients including Kalonji (Black Seed Oil), Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, Avocado Oil, Jojoba Oil, Guarana and Caffeine in formula specifically created for ethnic hair.
The treatment addresses several hair concerns including hairline, hair volume, moisturisation, manageability and scalp issues.
To find out more about Celltone Advanced Hair Treatment or to order online about the Celltone Skin Care Range visit www.celltone.co.za.