Sunday, August 31, 2014

Beauty By Shea Review& Giveaway CLOSED (=

Hey hunnibees!
I'm back with a review i've been looking forward to, thanks to Beauty By Shea I was able to try out 100% raw organic unrefined shea butter.
This was new for me as I had never used shea butter, surprising right? (except trying my sisters on my skin once.) 
Shea butter has numerous benefits and has a great mix of emollients with Vitamins A, E, F & K.

  • Natural SPF, great for skin and hair protection from UV rays
  • Great for irritated skin and scalp problems, whether your scalp is itchy or you have dandruff (shea absorbs into the scalp and doesn't clog your pores)
  • Amazing sealant to lock in moisture and produce softening effects
  • Natural heat protectant ( can't wait to try it next time I straighten my hair.)




There's so many uses for shea butter that it's pretty much an all around great product
  • Caring for your cuticles
  • Lip balm for soft, moisturized lips
  • Healing of scars
  • Eyelash/Eyebrow growth
  • Helps to lay down edges
  • And much more! (=
I recently used the shea butter for a twistout instead of my usual coconut oil and must I say...I LOVE IT. The shea butter gave a natural stretch to my twistout and the shine was gorgeous. This will definitely become a staple to my twistouts. 

(Pics After the Jump!)


(The first pic is after untwisting, second is after separated and picked out and the last two are outside views (:)

I hope everyone that hasn't tried shea butter tries it and if you have some try out some of the other uses!
I will be holding a giveaway until 9/2 (sorry, forgot that the giveaway shut off date was so close.) Make sure to enter so you can try out some for yourself!) Beauty By Shea (:


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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

9 comments:

  1. I love mixing shea butter, coconut oil, and JBCO to seal in moisture on my hair. :)

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    1. Sounds great! I look forward to whipping mine into a mix as well (:

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  2. I would use this to mix my own lotion.

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    1. That would be nice, super moisturizing (=

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  3. I would use shea butter for my hair and skin, especially dry areas. I may also use to make myself lip balm.

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    1. Good choices.I love using it on my lips! It works great (:

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  4. I would use it on my skin to moisturize

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    1. It's a great moisturizer, especially post-shower (:

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