Shea Butter & Shea Oil Supply & Export From Nigeria

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“We supply and export Shea Butter & Shea Oil to international buyers in many countries around the world.” 
Whether you want to purchase Shea Butter & Shea Oil and have it shipped to any port around the world, our world-class team is built to help you close fast, safe, and profitable transactions on time, every time!

Our Shea Butter & Shea Oil Trade Specifications are listed below:

Origin: Nigeria
Product Type: Shea Butter 
Physical Specification: Based On Buyer's Specification
Quantity: Based On Buyer’s Specification
Price: Negotiable / Metric Tonne
Trade Process: Ex Works/FOB/CIF
Payment Method: 100% irrevocable SBLC or L/C at sight from a top 25 prime bank
Shipping Time: 15 days after confirmation of L/C
Loading Port: Lagos, Nigeria

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  • About Shea Butter & Shea Oil
  • Our Trade Process
What is Shea Butter?

Shea butter is a type of fat usually gotten from the nut of the African shea tree (Vitellaria Paradoxa). It is usually yellow in colour when raw, with unrefined, refined, and ultra-refined shea butter being ivory or white in colour. Shea butter is a triglyceride (fat) derived mainly from stearic acid and oleic acid. Shea butter is used in cosmetics as a moisturizer, salve or lotion. It is an edible product and africans use it in preparing food. Sometimes, the chocolate industry uses shea butter mixed with other oils as a substitute for cocoa butter, although it is easily noticable due to the change in taste.

Shea butter & Shea Oil is mainly used in the cosmetics industry for the production of skin and hair related products e.g lip gloss, skin moisturizer creams and hair conditioners for dry and brittle hair. soap makers also use it in small amounts like 5–7% of the oils, because it has higher amounts result in softer soaps that have less cleaning abilities. Some artisan soap makers use shea butter in amounts to 25% – with the European Union regulating the maximum use around 28%, but it is rarely the case in commercially produced soap due to its high cost against oils like palm oil or olive oil. Shea butter is very effective for people who suffer dry skin conditions.

Types of Shea Butter

1) Unrefined Shea Butter: This type of share butter is extracted naturally. It is raw and has no added additives. Unrefined shea butter has a soft feel nature and has different colors varying from pure ivory to a light yellow. This is the most effective shea butter when it comes to healing and moisturizing because it is unaltered and undiluted by manufacturers.

2) Refined Shea Butter: This type of shea butter has been processed causing it to lose its natural color, aroma and most of its other effective qualities. It is processed by bleaching and deodorizing, as well as heating it to very high temperatures. This processing causes the shea butter to lose many of its natural and effective ingredients.

3) Ultra-Refined Shea Butter: This type of shea butter has gone through at least two filtering systems that causes it to change its composition. It is mainly white in color and used for mass-produced cosmetics. The consistency varies depending on how the manufacturer wants to use it in a product. This type of shea butter loses its nutrients during the refinement process so it is considered the least healthy. The chemicals used in the refining process can also be unhealthy, such as hexane.
Our trade process spreads across C&F and FOB depending on the buyer's preference.

Here's what they entail:

1). Cost and Freight (C&F): Here, the seller will handle everything from loading the vessel and shipping the product to wherever the buyer wants it delivered.

2). Freight On Board (FOB): Here, the seller pays for the transportation of the goods to the port of shipment, plus loading costs, while the buyer pays the cost of marine freight transport, insurance, unloading, and transportation from the originating port to the final destination.

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