Skincare Benefits of Shea Butter
MOISTURIZING: Shea butter is rich in fatty acids that deeply penetrate the skin to restore and retain moisture. It can also alleviate eczema and help soften cracked heels. In comparison to water-based lotion(s), you'll find yourself using less product with a reduced number of applications necessary to address dryness.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: Anti-inflammatory is the ability to reduce inflammation. When applied to your skin shea butter can alleviate redness and swelling. The properties in shea butter assist your body in healing faster. This makes shea butter exceptional in alleviating skin conditions.
ANTI-AGING: Shea butter can slow down aging caused by extrinsic or environmental factors. Sun exposure, the foods we eat, as well as our rest and stress levels are examples of extrinsic factors. Shea butter can act as a sunscreen to minimize the damage caused by sun exposure. It can also assist in reducing wrinkles and increasing collagen production. Collagen gives your skin its structure and strength.
Shea butter has many benefits beyond those we've shared above. We encourage you to also research the ingredients in your products and we challenge you to determine whether the products you're using are beneficial for your skin.
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