Benefits of Shea Butter

What is in our Whipped Shea Butter:

Our whipped Shea Butter is handmade fresh to order with 100% raw African Shea Butter and essential oils to create a wonderful fragrant experience while moisturizing and providing a set of mood and offering therapeutic benefits.

Why we choose 100% African Shea Butter:

Here we will share just a few of the many benefits of natural Shea Butter, the key to experiencing these benefits is consistency,make Blessings by Lady Whipped Shea Butter a part of your daily hygiene routine, you will see  and feel the difference as your skin becomes softer and radiant.

Shea butter in its natural form is amazing. Shea butter comes from the shea nut tree, the nuts that come from this tree can take 18-25 years to grow and in their native countries are seen to be a key to life for their many health and beauty benefits. Here is a short list of its wonderful benefits below:

  1. Eczema, psoriasis and acne 

Eczema, psoriasis, and acne are all skin conditions that require specific treatments. The moisture and nourishing properties that shea butter offers are a great way to better manage these skin conditions. For best results, on a consistent basis, cleanse the skin and problem areas and while the skin is still damp apply a thin coating of shea butter. Rub the Shea Butter in gently and the dampness will allow it to set in and lock in that moisture.

  1. Cracked heels and cuticles 

Some people struggle with dry feet and hands all year round but it is more noticeable during the Summer as that is sandal season and even more fresh manicures and pedicures. To combat dry and cracked toes and feet, at bedtime, after showering apply a thin coat of Shea Butter and gently massage the entire foot while damp. For those who can stand to sleep with socks, use the sock method which is just slipping your socks on so that by morning your feet will be soft and moisturized. For your cuticles, try keeping a small container of shea butter with you at all times so that you can moisturize your hands with it after every time you wash your hands, keeping your hands and cuticles nice and soft.

  1. Shaving Cuts & Bruises

Shea Butter is perfect for a moisturizing shave. Apply a generous layer of shea butter over the area you want to shave. The shea butter will double as it will protect the skin from the razor, and  provide your skin with the needed moisture it requires after a fresh shave. 

  1. Bug bites

 Shea butter has  natural anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve the skin from bug bites. It gets rid of the swelling as well as subsides the itch.

  1. Dermatitis and dry scalp 

Shea butter is effective in soothing a dry, itchy scalp or dandruff. It is rich in vitamins A and E which soothes dryness, prevents breakage, and absorbs into skin without clogging pores. Be sure to slather onto the hair but rather apply it to the scalp and gently massage into the hair. This can be done as a hair treatment on a biweekly basis to support conditioning.

  1. Stretch Marks

Shea butter can assist in fading old stretch marks, reduce the redness of new stretch marks, provide added UV protection  and strengthen the damaged skin.

  1. Sensitive Skin

Shea Butter is known to be safe and effective on all skin types, although some people are allergic to nuts, studies have shown that Shea Butter does not contain the proteins that trigger these allergies which is why it is preferred by many.

  1. Blemishes and scars

Shea butter is a natural, organic substance that's rich in vitamin A which is why it  is  excellent for removing scars from breakouts skin conditions, or other types of skin injuries like keloids because it won't clog pores nor does it contain any chemical irritants.

  1. Before and Post surgery

Shea Butter has a very high concentration of vitamins A and E in it so shea butter helps to promote collagen production, which increases cell turnover. This allows the body to heal faster and repair damaged tissue at a much faster rate than normal.Scars heal faster and become much less visible.


                            Blessings By Lady  Glycerin Soap

Why we choose Glycerin soap:

What is glycerin?

Glycerin, is derived from plant-based oils. It is a humectant which is a natural moisturizer containing no alcohol or irritating chemicals.

What benefits does glycerin soap offer?

 Pure glycerin soap is all-natural. It doesn’t contain fragrances, alcohol, or other chemicals that could irritate your skin. Our soap contains healthy essential oils that support skincare.


Over the counter soaps and products can often strip your skin’s natural oils. Glycerin helps lock in your skin’s natural moisture and prevent over-drying. Glycerin soap is a great choice if you experience drying conditions like, acne, eczema, dry skin, psoriasis, rosacea, and inflammation. It is also non-greasy so it is great for people with oily skin and combination skin.

Glycerin is considered non-toxic and environmentally friendly.



                          Essential oils


Essential oils are concentrated plant-based oils. Essential oils can positively impact your health, mood.

What Are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are basically plant extracts. They're made by steaming or pressing various parts of a plant (flowers, bark, leaves or fruit) to capture the compounds that produce fragrance. It can take several pounds of a plant to produce a single bottle of essential oil. In addition to creating scent, essential oils perform other functions in plants, too.

What Is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the centuries old practice of using essential oils for therapeutic purposes. When inhaling the the fragrance of essential oils, the molecules travel from the oil straigh to the emotional center of the brain. Some studies indicate that  essential oils can alleviate conditions such as: Anxiety, Nausea, Insomnia, and Depression.

Which Essential Oils Are Best?

Choosing which essential oils are best for you depends on what symptoms you're looking to ease or what fragrances you prefer. When choosing one or more of our fragrances, here is what  you need to know.

  • Lavender: Relaxation, stress reliever, soothe anxiety and promote good sleep.
  • Tea tree: Used for acne, healing wounds, athlete's foot, and insect bites.
  • PeppermintNasal and Chest Congestion, soothes aching muscles.
  • Eucalyptus: Nasal Congestion, relieve allergies, ease pain.
  • Lemongrass: Anti-bacteria, skin infections, insect repellent
  • Sandalwood: Antiseptic.
  • Cool Water: Masculine fragrance.
  • Arabian Spice: Masculine.
  • Lemon, Mango, Cucumber Melon, Peach, Apple, Strawberry, Watermelon, Raspberry, Jamaican Fruit, Vanilla, and Chocolate: Mood Booster


Essential oils are known to boost your mood and make you feel good with just a whiff of their fragrance. For many, they have been known to  help alleviate the symptoms of many conditions. 











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