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Should Shea Butter be refrigerated?

Posted on August 26, 2009 at 10:24 PM

It is best to store all ingredients that you use in cream making in a cool and dry place. If you keep your ingredients (all base oils and butters) refrigerated, you will be able to extend the shelf-life. 


The regular shelf-life of e.g. shea butter is approximately 18-24 month but with refrigeration it may last much longer. 


Personally, I store all my ingredients including all homemade creams etc in the refrigerator to ensure freshness and extended shelf-life. 

Categories: Shea Butter, Shelf-Life

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