Natural Cold Cream: In the morning, apply a dab of shea butter to your body, especially on areas exposed to the elements. Its thick texture and high fat content reinforce the skin's hydrolipidic film, protecting it from drying out due to climatic aggression.
Moisturizing and repairing, shea butter provides immediate comfort for very dry skin and prevents skin dehydration. In the evening, apply a dab of shea butter to your hands and feet.
Did you know? It's at night that the skin absorbs all the products applied to it most deeply.
Shea butter on the body: combating "crocodile" skin
Shea butter is particularly effective against eczema and psoriasis. It also alleviates the effects of tight, itchy skin, one of the main causes of which is hard water. For incredibly soft, smooth skin, massage generously into your skin every day after a shower or bath, paying particular attention to rough areas.
WAAM Secret: add a dab of shea butter to your bath and that of your children. The butter will soften the water and wrap the skin in a protective film.
Shea butter on the bust: Firming care
An excellent hypoallergenic firming balm for maintaining breast firmness, shea butter can be applied generously to the bust morning and evening.
Shea butter for muscles: against muscular fatigue
To relieve muscle congestion, soften shea butter by rubbing it into the palm of your hand, then coat and massage the sore areas with the resulting oil.
WAAM secret: If you use WAAM shea butter enriched with yuzu essential oil, it will quickly become indispensable for your massages. This oil has incredible relaxing and revitalizing properties.
Shea butter on feet: intense softening and repairing care
Are your feet dry? Do you suffer from heel and arch scaling? A daily application of shea butter will restore your beautiful feet!
For an intensive treatment, apply a generous amount of shea butter to your feet in the evening before bedtime, massage in and leave them like this, covered with a pair of socks, all night long.
Shea butter on the lips: an effective remedy for chapped lips
Dry and/or chapped lips are common in winter. To protect and repair them, apply shea butter regularly to the lips during the day.
WAAM secret: By applying shea butter to your lips before going to bed, you'll maintain and regain soft, dead-skin-free, perfectly moisturized lips.
Shea butter for babies: Gentle daily care to protect their skin
Shea butter has a wealth of benefits for the skin, especially that of babies. Babies' skin is finer and therefore more fragile. Shea butter helps soften, moisturize, protect and beautify their pretty little skin. You can use it
- At diaper changes: It helps prevent diaper rash. It soothes and protects against redness and irritation.
- After the bath: After drying baby's skin thoroughly, warm a dab of shea butter between your palms and rub it all over his body. Your baby's skin will feel soft and deeply moisturized.
Shea butter for shaving and depilation: soothes sensitized skin
To soothe burning and irritated skin, apply shea butter generously to areas of the skin that have been subjected to razor burn or various hair removal techniques. For both men and women, shea butter will soothe, protect and repair your skin.
Shea butter for tanning: UV protection
Shea butter offers basic protection for short, indirect exposure to the sun; the presence of latex helps prevent certain sun allergies. Rich in vitamin E, shea butter produces a hydrolipidic protective film for the epidermis that helps preserve your tanned complexion, but CAUTION: it is not sufficient for tanning and does not replace a protective sun cream.
Shea butter as an anti-wrinkle agent: Reduces the effects of aging.
Exceptionally rich in unsaponifiable elements, shea butter moisturizes and softens the upper layers of the epidermis. It provides the skin with essential vitamins for improved elasticity. Thanks to its protective action against skin dryness, it combats wrinkles and ageing. It can therefore replace your usual anti-wrinkle products.
Shea butter against stretch marks: prevents and attenuates their appearance.
To minimize the appearance of stretch marks during pregnancy, it's essential to deeply moisturize the skin on a daily basis. Shea butter will relieve itching and tightness, and preserve your skin's elasticity. Apply a generous layer of shea butter to sensitive areas (hips, buttocks, stomach, breasts) and massage in for maximum effectiveness. In case of weight loss or gain, also apply to the appearance of striae on breasts, thighs or buttocks.
WAAM secret: During pregnancy, apply shea butter generously, morning and night, for maximum effectiveness.
Shea butter against dandruff: Anti-dandruff remedy
Vitamin A, the retinol molecule in our bodies, keeps the scalp healthy and helps rebuild tissues. Shea butter therefore acts against dandruff and flaking of the scalp. Apply shea butter directly to your scalp every day and massage it in.
For optimum effect, the shea butter needs time to penetrate: it can be used as an after-shampoo mask for maintenance or preventive care. a minimum application time of 20 minutes is required.
Shea butter for hair hydration and repair: an effective repair mask for very dry, damaged hair
Shea butter is particularly recommended for curly, frizzy or frizzy hair. It softens hair and allows sebum to circulate more freely on the hair shaft. Hair is deeply nourished. As a result, hair becomes suppler, stronger and shinier. But don't forget straight hair! Shea butter also sheathes the hair, protecting it from daily damage and split ends.
Shea butter as a thermo-protection solution: Protective care before blow-drying and the use of heated appliances
Shea butter softens and coats the hair shaft, while restoring the hair's protective lipid film. It strengthens the cohesion of hair scales, which is severely damaged when heated appliances are used.
WAAM secret: Apply shea butter strand by strand for supple, shiny results. Your blow-dry will be child's play!