The Beauty of Shea Butter


Filled with nutrients, moisturizers, and antioxidants, shea butter is an all-round beauty treatment in a jar! Whether you’re dealing with wrinkles, acne, or eczema, your skin will drink in shea butter, leaving it smoother, softer, and brighter. It helps fade stretch marks, and soothes cracked heels. Use it on your hair to bring out healthy, conditioned shine and soothe your dry, itchy scalp, and rub it on those dry, chapped lips for a beautiful smile. It can even ease the swelling and itching of insect bites, and help clear a runny nose from those pesky seasonal allergies,

You can even eat it! The versatile shea butter has long been used in its native Africa as a healthy cooking fat. Substitute shea butter one for one for butter, lard, or margarine—great for a healthy vegan diet—as an ingredient, or as a spread. You can use it to saute meats and vegetables, or as the basis for a delicious sauce for rice or pasta.

Where to get this wonderful butter? EuGenia Shea is a family run company, founded in 2014, that employs sustainably paid farmers in Ghana to grow shea trees and produce their smooth, high-quality Naasakle shea butter. EuGenia Shea uses only the finest raw, unrefined shea butter.

Not only does EuGenia Shea provide farmers in Ghana with a sustainable income opportunity, but we believe deeply in our female farmers, and our obligation to help improve their lives. To that end EuGenia Shea returns fifteen percent of all profits to our farmers in the form of an education fund. We believe that every young woman deserves a decent education.

Why waste money on expensive cosmetic creams and conditioners, produced by impersonal companies, full of unpronounceable ingredients? When you use Eugenia Shea butter, not only do you reap the benefits of a natural, raw product that takes the place of all those others. Shea butter not only makes you feel good and look beautiful, but also makes your conscience feel good! You get smooth skin and hair, and healthier food, while Ghanian women reap the benefits of a healthy, sustainable income. Shea butter is truly a wonder product.

Press Releases on GTL Wrongdoings by Securus

Securus Technologies will in a series of reports, findings, articles and facts highlight some of the integrity breaches that GTL engaged in while it provided inmate communications to Louisiana Corrections Department. Securus Technologies is a company that offers solutions in technology to both the civil and criminal justice for the monitoring, investigation, public safety and corrections. This press release will go down in history as the first ever in the series of the other anticipated press releases to highlight the GTL wrongdoings and integrity breaches.


The Securus Technologies CEO, Richard A. Smith, stated his displeasure with the actions that GTL took as it had stooped too low than the bar of integrity expected from the industry players. This first series will largely depend on Order No. U-20784-B ordered by the Louisiana Public Service Commission. The order was in respect of the investigations on the conduct of GTL when it provided services to the Louisiana Corrections Department.


Investigations showed that GTL had its telephone clocks programmed in a way that added 15 or 36 seconds to all call durations. The telephone rates it imposed on the calls made were slightly higher than the agreed PSC rate caps and the tariffs. The company also inflated the total telephone charges by adding extra charges to the already rated calls. GTL was also involved in double billing calls practices. This led to GTL overcharging the Louisiana taxpayers a total of $1,243,000.


About Securus Technologies


Securus Technologies has its headquarters in Dallas, TX and provides services to over 2600 law enforcement, corrections and public safety agencies. In North America, it serves over 1,000,000 inmates. Securus Technologies is driven by its belief of connecting what matters and it does this by ensuring its commitment towards connecting and serving its customers. This is usually through provision of communication, investigation, emergency response, inmate self-service, information management and public information.