How is That Good Good Shea different from other brands?

Our unrefined shea butter is made in Northern Ghana, where the shea nuts are carefully handpicked and processed using traditional methods. At That Good Good Shea, we use Grade A certified shea butter that is filtered for impurities before being placed in its final packaging.

Is it organic?

The karité tree grows wild in Ghana. The shea butter is processed without the use of chemicals and there are no genetically modified ingredients used. The result is 100% natural, unrefined shea butter. Although shea butter can be called organic, it has not been certified. Most of the organic shea on the market goes through a deodorizing and refinement process. The color looks almost white and does not have the nutty scent of pure unrefined shea butter. When you use refined, processed shea butter, incredible benefits to the skin are no longer available.

Are your products handmade?

All of our products are all made to order and as a result, the consistency may slightly vary.

How can I find out more information on each product?

All information can be found on the individual product pages. This includes how to use the product, the full ingredients list, as well as the benefits of using the product.

Where are the products made?

Our unrefined shea butter is made in Ghana. Our finished products are made in Toronto, Ontario Canada.

Are your products vegan?

Our ingredients are 100% vegan.

My body butter arrived a little melted, can I still use it?

Our body butters are sensitive to warm temperatures. If your butter has become soft or has melted, simply store it in the refrigerator until it cools.

How long can I use my products after opening?

Our products can last up to 12 months after opening, as long as they're kept in the recommended storage conditions.