Shea butter for rapid hair growth

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Shea butter for rapid hair growth
Shea Butter is known to provide benefits to the hair. (Goodshoot/Goodshoot/Getty Images)

Shea butter comes from the nut of the African Shea Karite Tree. The nut is processed and is used as an ingredient in beauty products. It is especially known for its benefits to the hair.

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Unrefined Shea Butter

For rapid hair growth, shea butter is an effective remedy. Unrefined shea butter is the purest, raw and unprocessed type and is best to treat hair.

Shea butter for rapid hair growth
Unrefined shea butter is best to treat hair. (Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images)

Shea Butter Benefits

Shea butter returns shininess to dry and damaged hair. It also conditions the scalp and prevents dandruff.

Shea butter for rapid hair growth
Hair becomes more shiny and conditioned by shea butter. (Jupiterimages/Goodshoot/Getty Images)

How Shea Butter Works

When shea butter helps correct and prevent further damage to the scalp and hair, hair can grow more rapidly because it is healthy.

Application Directions

Shea butter is applied as a treatment to help hair growth. Apply it to hair, then wrap with a warm towel for a half hour. Hair should be washed the following day

Shea butter for rapid hair growth
Wrap hair in a warm towel in order for the shea butter to effectively penetrate the shaft. (Christopher Robbins/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Maintenance

To maintain hair growth and health, treat hair twice weekly and the scalp weekly with unrefined shea butter.

Eating Shea Butter

Shea butter ingested internally also helps provide external hair growth benefits. In Africa, it is used in cooking and contains a range of vitamins, including A, K and E. It heals the body internally, which helps initiate hair growth from within.

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