Benefits of Shea Butter
People who have used Shea Butter are known to have used it for relieving various skin issues such as the following:
- Stretch mark prevention during pregnancy
- dry skin and hair
- itchy skin
- cracked skin
- blemishes and wrinkles
- Insect bites
- muscle fatigue
These are just some of the issues that some people who use Shea Butter have reported improvements in their conditions. Now mind you the amount of time needed for the best results will vary with whichever condition you might have. Yet just remember this doesn’t mean that this overrides any medical advice that you might receive from a doctor.
The reason that Shea butter is recommended so highly to deal with these various conditions is because of its high content of Vitamin A, E, and F. Vitamin A is important for improving a number of skins conditions which also include blemishes, wrinkles and eczema. Whereas with Vitamin E its not understood quite clearly except that its helps with anti-aging (wrinkles). Vitamin F acts as a protector and rejuvenator soothing rough dry or chapped skin and helps soften dry or damaged hair.
It is also known in a cosmetic way to help add a healthy shine to your hair whether it’s kinky/coily, curly/wavy or straight. It also helps seal in moisture in hair especially for those of African descent. For your skin it can keep you moisturized for a long time even during cold weather. It is also popular in mixtures for lotions, creams, lotions, soaps and skin care products.
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