The good news today is that the first day of spring is just four weeks away.
I like to use Shea Butter in some of my soaps for the spring time season
Shea butter is used in the treatment of acne, dark spots, blemishes, stretch marks, and wrinkles.
It is also very good for the treatment of fading scars, burns, eczema, rashes, chapped lips, skin discolorations, and dry skin.
Pure, organic, and unrefined Shea butter added to natural soaps is very effective in the treatment of most skin conditions, and it will also help lessen the irritation of psoriasis. It is also a proven and effective natural sunscreen. Shea butter is an excellent choice for the coming spring time season.
Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
African healers have used shea butter for thousands of years to effectively treat for dry and aging skin. Its high content of non-saponifiables and unique fatty acid profile gives it the ability to moisturize and retain the elasticity of the skin.
Shea butter can also help to protect the skin against the damaging effects of the sun while repairing cellular degeneration.
Shea Butter Benefits Look Younger and Feel Better
Shea Butter is a natural fat extracted from the nuts of Karite Nut trees found in Africa.
Pure Shea butter has many properties that makes it widely popular in the fields of beauty and health care.
Shea Butter Benefits
The use of shea butter benefits the field of beauty care in many ways. The high content of Vitamin A and Vitamin E in shea butter makes it an excellent choice as an anti aging product. It prevents wrinkle formation and helps the skin to retain its elasticity.
The fatty acids and vitamins present in shea butter protect the skin against sun damages. Shea butter acts as an excellent moisturizer and can be used to tackle the problem of cracked feet .It serves as as excellent lip balm and helps to get rid of chapped lips. Shea butter can also be used to improve hair elasticity, repair split ends and to treat dry scalp conditions.
Shea Oil – Liquid Shea Butter
The liquid form of shea butter is termed as shea oil. The oil is obtained in very minute quantities along with shea butter, during the initial extraction from the nut of Karite tree. It can also be obtained by the processing and fractionation of semi solid shea butter.
The oil has the same properties as that of shea butter. Since it is not prone to crystallization, it finds its place as an important component in the manufacture of moisturizers. The presence of Vitamins and Keratin makes it an excellent choice for anti aging treatments. Shea oil is also used in massage therapies and also in the treatment of stretch marks. Benefits of Shea Butter – for Healthy Skin The benefits of shea butter is not limited to the field of beauty. Shea butter also finds wide applications in the field of health care.
The cinnamic acid present in shea butter reduces the incidence of diseases like skin cancer. You can also use Shea butter to treat various skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. The itching, rashes and inflammation associated with these diseases can be reduced by using Shea butter. The use of Shea butter also promotes the healing of wounds, cuts and insect bites. We use organic Shea butter in our soaps.
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