With its origin from Africa, Shea Butter is a fat extracted from Shea trees.
It has multiple skin applications given to its quick absorption and also, it melts at body temperature.
Shea butter is highly hydrating and acts as a skin conditioning agent. You can apply it to lips and nail cuticles. Shea helps to trap moisture in skin.
It has anti-inflammatory properties.
It moisturizes dry skin, treats acne and blemishes and reduces skin inflammation.
It contains Vitamin E and A that heals minor cuts, stretch marks and and removes scars.
It helps to save you from sun burns and renew tanned skin. If you have a dry scalp or dandruff, you can nourish and condition your scalp with Shea butter. It also smoothens hair strands to make them soft and manageable.
It is an excellent anti-ageing ingredient.
So when are you beginning with your natural skin care routine?