Here’s our 10th anniversary. Now we’re becoming the biggest Wholesale and Distributor of Shea Butter in Canada North America.
100% pure unrefined organic raw shea butter
25 lbs. at $ 9.25 per lb. + shipping
40 lbs. at $ 8.75 per lb. + shipping
50 lbs. at $ 8.75 per lb. + shipping
75 lbs at $8.25 per lb. + shipping
100 lbs at 7.75 per lb. + shipping
25 lbs. at $ 9.25 per lb. total $231.25
40 lbs. at $ 8.75 per lb. Total $350
50 lbs. at $ 8.75 per lb. Total $437.50
75 lbs at $8.25 per lb. total $618.75
100 lbs at 7.75 per lb. Total $775
**Call for larger options (From 1,000 pounds to 60,000 pounds)
This butter extracted from the Shea Nut is unrefined and not processed in any way, and there may be a bit of impurities in some sediment (tiny bits of the shell, plant fibers, etc). The product will have a mild nutty odor and various natural inconsistencies in color including darker spots and grey streaks. It is solid at room temperature and rather hard in consistency.
Common Uses: Used predominantly for skin care, Shea Butter is known for its moisturizing and emollient properties. Rich in vitamins and fatty acids, it penetrates deeply into the epidermis and leaves a smooth, satiny finish. Shea Butter can be used to make massage butters, body butters, lip balms, and as a moisturizing Body Lotions agent in soaps and shaving creams
• Lotions & Creams: 2 – 25 %
• Balms: 5 – 100 %
• Bar Soaps: 5 – 20 %
• Hair Conditioners: 1 – 10 %
When adding butters to creams and lotions, it might be necessary to gently warm them until the texture can be incorporated into the final product. Using a hand blender, create a vortex with your cream or lotion and drizzle your melted butter to fully incorporate. For addition in soaps, the general rule of thumb is 1 tablespoon per pound. As with most raw materials, results may vary, so we strongly recommend small, lab scale batches prior to any commercial manufacturing.
Now, onto shea butter: Shea butter is rich in beta carotene, is known for its phenolic compounds, has been used in Africa as a cooking oil for centuries and is used in Europe to make chocolate.