Pure Shea Butter ( Shea ) Oil – 50 ML
Shea Butter; It is quickly absorbed into the skin, acting as a “revitalizing” agent and protecting the skin as it has good water binding properties.
It is an excellent emollient for dry skin. It relieves itching and pain on the skin.
Shea butter is sometimes used as a base for medicinal ointments. Some of its isolated chemical components have been reported to have anti-inflammatory, emollient and moisturizing properties. Shea butter is also used as a sunscreen lotion, and some of its ingredients have the capacity to absorb ultraviolet radiation.
It is also used to massage joints and other parts of the body where pain occurs.
Shea butter is very thick and solid at room temperature, but has a rich consistency that makes it ideal for use as a natural eye cream, lip balm or body butter.
Shea butter is a superfood for the skin, derived from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree, naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F. Shea butter is a superfood for the skin, derived from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree, naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F.
Shea butter has been used for years in Africa and many other places to improve skin and hair. It also has a long history of medical use, such as wound care and even the treatment of leprosy.
Shea Oil Benefits
Moisturizing: The concentration of natural vitamins and fatty acids in Shea Butter nourishes and moisturizes the skin incredibly. It is often used to correct dry skin and preserve the skin’s natural oils.
Reduces Inflammation: A 2010 study found that shea butter is anti-inflammatory due to cinnamic acid and other natural properties. One compound, lupeol cinnamate in particular, has been found to reduce skin inflammation and potentially even help prevent skin mutations.
Skin Softening: Shea butter helps the skin’s natural collagen production and contains oleic, stearic, palmitic and linolenic acids that protect the skin. With long-term use, many people have reported skin smoothing and strengthening, as well as wrinkle reduction.
For rejuvenating skin after sun or beach exposure
To prevent stretch marks in a pregnancy or pregnancy
As a natural manicure cream
As the best under-eye wrinkle remover and bag reducer
As a massage oil
To help naturally produce collagen
As a carrier in homemade deodorants
For low-grade sun protection
As baby care oil
Himself on lips or homemade lip balm
On the eyelids before applying make-up to make it last longer
To increase the elasticity of the skin (some users have stated that it helps with cellulite.
On the hair or scalp (in combination with other natural ingredients)
It has usage areas.
Would you like to make your own mask? Here is a great recipe for you:
1 teaspoon of honey
3 to 4 drops of grapeseed oil
1 tablespoon of pure shea butter
Mix well and spread over your face. Leave for 10-12 minutes for best results. Leave for 10-12 minutes for best results.
Side effects and risks
Shea butter is an incredibly low-risk topical ingredient. Allergic reactions to shea butter are rare.
But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t pose any risk to use it. Therefore, apply a small amount of oil to the inside of your wrist, wait and use according to the result.
You should include this oil, which has amazing effects for the skin, in your daily care.
Additional Information: For external use only. Test a small area of skin for any allergic reaction before use. Avoid contact with eyes, keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, consult your healthcare professional before use. Our product is not medicine.