Shea butter has gained mainstream popularity for skincare in the last decade together with other natural lipids (e.g., coconut, palm, avocado.) You can find shea butter in almost everything, from moisturizers to shampoo to even color cosmetics. It has high levels of oleic acid and stearic acids, allowing it to be solid at room temperature yet spread smoothy on skin. Shea butter is also exceptionally rich in non-glyceride content, knonw as unsaponifiables, such as Vitamin A, E, and triterpene alcohols. These unsaponifiable constituents have reported to have anti-inflammatory and UV-protection properties.
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