Shea Butter Has 5 Benefits For Your Skin and Is a Proven Moisturizer...

Shea butter is an incredibly low-risk topical ingredient that you may want to add to your skincare routine. Allergic reactions to shea butter are rare. Even people who are allergic to tree nuts, the family that shea nuts belong to, have a low risk of reaction to shea butter. Researchers believe this is because shea nuts contain little of the tree-nut proteins that trigger allergies. 

Benefits of Shea Butter for Skin

Shea butter contains vitamins A, E, and F which play a major role in your skin. All three vitamin help stave off facial lines and wrinkles. Plus vitamin F soothes dry chapped skin. Apply shea butter the right way. You can apply shea butter directly to your skin. Raw, unrefined shea butter is easy to spread. You can use your fingers to scoop a teaspoon or so of shea butter from your jar, and then rub it onto your skin until it's completely absorbed.

  • Excellent Moisturizer - Shea butter is a proven moisturizer for your skin. Shea butter has soothing and anti-aging properties that may make skin appear smoother and reduce aging. It possesses the ability to form a protective layer on the skin that retains water which ensures the skin remains hydrated.
  • Sensitive Skin - Shea butter is great for just about all skin types, and when formulated with minimal ingredients and without fragrance, its anti-inflammatory properties are helpful for those with sensitive skin. If you find natural shea butter, it is the best for skin irritation.
  • Soothing - Shea butter's high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids - combined with its easy-to-spread consistency - make it a great product for smoothing, soothing, and conditioning your skin. Whenever you have dry patches, abrasions, sunburn, windburns, or even when a baby has diaper rash smother the area with shea butter. In a few days, your skin will be renewed.
  • Eases Inflammation - Shea's anti-inflammatory properties help soothe skin and relieve itching. This may prove especially helpful for inflammatory skin conditions, such as rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis. If you have these skin-related problems make shea butter your go-to product.
  • Regeneration of Cells - Shea's moisturizing and antioxidant properties work together to help your skin generate healthy new cells, which helps to decrease fine lines and wrinkles. Its collagen-boosting properties provide you with plump-looking skin

Using shea butter regularly helps skin retain moisture, which makes it soft and smooth. Since it's loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, it will also keep your skin supple.



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