Shea oil is the oil of the coconut palm tree, but not necessarily the oil most commonly used in many products, such as moisturizers, shampoos, and hair conditioners.
Shea nuts are rich in fat, antioxidants, and fiber, but they’re also highly flammable.
When they’re dried, they can be explosive, and some people have reported inhaling them.
To keep the oil stable and to avoid burning, shea nuts should be used with caution, especially if they’re drying.
Sheap, a product from Sheam, has found a new way to reduce the risk of this potential problem.
Sheaps contain a unique blend of ingredients, including a blend of coconut and jojoba oils that is meant to increase the stability of the oil, while still reducing the likelihood of a fire.
Sheam’s new blend of shea and joejoba oil, called Sap, is already available in a number of beauty and wellness products, and it’s made using a proprietary process that makes it easier to make than conventional shea oil.
The company says the new product can be used for drying of oils like shea butter, coconut oil, and coconut and coconut oil products.
It also claims that the new blend can reduce the possibility of a shea fire, a rare but dangerous reaction to a fire, such that the oil can be stored at room temperature and protected from moisture for up to five days.
(The National Institutes of Health defines shea as “the most important component of the sap of the palm tree,” meaning the oil is not the same oil found in other plants.)
While Sap uses coconut oil and jojamas, Sheam says that the shea nut oil they’re using is “better than most.”
“We’re trying to make something that is much safer than shea but better than jojab or jojap,” says Rami Abdel-Hafez, cofounder of Sheam.
“That’s why we’re doing a little bit of both.”
Sheam claims that its new blend is also far less flammogenic than sheap, and that it’s not burning as quickly when exposed to a flame.
“The new blend will be much safer to use than sheaps, because we have the sheaf, and the sheaviness of the sheaves, which is very important in the sheap,” Abdel-Hamid said.
The blend also has an added benefit of helping to keep the oils stable in the dryer.
“When it’s dry, it can burn more quickly, so the oils stay stable for longer,” Abdel