ich Shea nuts are surrounded by thin, nutritious pulp. Shea tree is a traditional African food plant bearing fruit from the age of 10 up to 200 years. The average dry seed yield per tree is 8 kg. Our shea butter are being made into creams, lotions, soaps and other products at our factory. It is also known as “women’s gold,” which has been used for ages as a natural beauty balm because it moisturizes, soothes and protects the skin.

2. specfication
1.Color Pale yellow
2.Odor Fresh shea nuts odour
3.Relative density 0.885-0.940
4.Refractive index (n40) 1.460-1.475
5.Moisture ≤0.1%
6.Iodine value 53-70g Iodine /100g
7.Saponification value 170-190mgKOH/g
8.Unsaponification value ≥4.0 %
9.Acid value ≤2.0 mgKOH/g
10.Melting behavior 30-42
11.Peroxide value ≤10.0 meq/Kg
3.application:
Shea Butter can provide relief from everything from just dry skin to many minor dermatological diseases (if you have a serious skin condition, you should see a doctor). It has been clinically shown to provide benefits.
Here are some of the benefits of Shea Butter for the skin:

• Daily skin moisturizer (face and body)
• Dry skin relief
• Dry scalp
• Skin rash- including diaper rash
• Skin peeling, after tanning
• Blemishes and wrinkles
• Itching skin due to dryness
• Sunburn
• Shaving cream to reduce razor irritation
• Small skin wounds
• Skin cracks
• Soften tough skin on feet (especially heels)
• Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy
• Minor burns
• Eczema
• Sun and wind protection
• Even skin tone
• Reduce blemishes and scarring
• Eliminating scalp irritation from dryness or chemical processing
• Preventing bumps after shaving
• Reducing acne
• Absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy residue
• Helps restore elasticity to skin
• Restores luster to hair

I have always wondered what makes Senegal, Gambia or any other West African country a tourist destination compared to Nigeria. We have almost the same weather conditions, beaches, forest, rivers etc. The reasons may be obvious, they apply some imagination and vision to make their destinations atattractive. Why can’t we? What does it take to create a domestic tourism economy