Shea butter has moisturizing and healing properties, improves the texture and tone of facial skin, hands, feet and other sensitive parts of the body. Unrefined Shea butter is hypoallergenic and contains valuable for skin nutrients.
Shea butter is a thick, oily mass with a rich texture. Shea butter is produced from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea tree. In many studies it has been discovered that unrefined Shea butter is particularly effective penetrates into clean skin. Shea butter contains up to 60 % fat, making it an ideal moisturizer and emollient. Unrefined Shea butter has many useful properties and applications. It can be applied on the face and other parts of the body.
The benefits of Shea butter for skin
Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, E and F. It is the fat-soluble vitamins that the body can store and use as and when the need for them. These vitamins normalize the production of collagen, making the skin smooth and elastic. Shea butter has a factor of protection of skin from solar radiation, roughly equal to six, and can be used on areas of skin where sunscreens can cause irritation, for example, on the eyelids and lips. The oil promotes wound healing and restoration of dry, flaky, inflamed or irritated skin and hair.
How and where to apply Shea butter
Liberally apply Shea butter on the pre-washed cut or scrape. Shea butter can be rubbed into a dry scalp to relieve itching. Apply Shea butter on dry lips, feet and hands. Use Shea butter to massage, and if you want to add essential oil. When cold RUB the Shea butter in the nose.
This article was written by staff writer iHerb.