Raw, Unrefined Shea Butter to the rescue! Dry skin can be uncomfortable and at times painful. Not only is it annoying, frustrating and irritating to deal with, but it can have a long term impact, such as the early appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
If you suffer from dry skin and you’re looking for a body butter that will help deal with this problem, finding one that includes Shea Butter is a good solution.
Moisturizes The Skin
Raw shea butter, which is very rich, moisturizes the skin by keeping it smooth and nourished. Shea butter contains vitamin E, which helps the skin to feel supple and smooth.
Shea Smooths Wrinkles
Long-term dryness can make the skin much more susceptible to wrinkles. Shea Butter smooths wrinkles and reduces the appearance and likelihood of wrinkles because it contains antioxidants, leaving the skin with a youthful look and improving the skin’s elasticity.
Protects the Skin Against Harsh Conditions
Harsh environments such as chilly weather and pollutants make the skin much more prone to dryness. Shea Butter acts as a protective barrier against harsh conditions, which in turn allows the skin to retain moisture.
Certain skin conditions – such as eczema – can cause the skin to feel dry and irritated. Shea |Butter contains some healing properties that help to clear away the dry skin cells and soothes over irritated patches, reliving the sensation almost instantly.
Makes the Skin Soft and Supple
Raw Shea Butter revitalizes the skin, making it look refreshed and leaving it feeling soft and supple.
Skincare products containing harsh chemicals and hidden toxins can cause the skin to dry out. Raw Shea Butter is natural and it’s very thick and rich, so it’s gentle on the skin and keeps the skin moisturized, as long as you use it regularly and consistently. Also, Shea Butter on its own is non-fragranced and therefore is less likely to irritate the skin.
Can Reduce Dandruff
Dandruff is irritating to deal with. If you suffer with this issue – or you at least have a dry and flaky scalp – then using Shea Butter to moisturize the scalp is a great way to help ease off dandruff and flakes and soothe the itching. Shea Butter works well on the hair too – especially coarse and curly-coiled hair – making it feel more manageable.
Works to Repair the Skin
Shea Butter boosts collagen production, which is important because as you get older collagen production gradually decreases which causes the skin to lose its elasticity. Shea Butter also aids tissue cell regeneration and renewal and the softening of the skin, which in turn reduces wrinkles.
Do you use Shea Butter in your natural skincare products? We would love for you to consider giving Baraka Shea Butter a try. It’s risk free with 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. And every purchase impacts the women and families in northern Ghana that make it.