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Benefits of Shea Butter for Skin & Hair

What is Shea Butter?

Shea Butter is a greyish white or ivory colored extract from the famous Shea trees of Wes Africa. It has been well-known for its cosmetic properties and has been in use for centuries. Loaded with a high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids along with its easy-to-spread consistency, it is a proven moisturizer for your skin and hair due to its soothing, conditioning and smoothing properties.

Why should you add Shea Butter to your Skincare regimen?

Contains Anti- Inflammatory & Healing Properties:

Shea butter exhibits anti-inflammatory properties that works like a magic wand against sunburns, rashes, skin irritation or itchiness. The Cinnamic acid in Shea when applied triggers Cytokines and various other inflammatory cells in order to slow down their production which eventually helps to minimize the irritation caused by environmental factors and pollution impacts.

An Amazing Emollient:

The fatty acids in Shea butter helps it to restore the barrier between your skin and the outside environment which locks and holds the moisture in the skin and reduces dryness. Moreover, this soothing and hydrating effect can keep the skin moisturized for hours and is perfect for the skin during dry winters.

Reduces the Appearance of Stretch Marks & Scars: 

Shea butter is impressively effective in obstructing the production of keloid fibroblasts- scar tissue and also boosts the growth of healthy skin cells and is therefore widely considered in treating stretch marks. Massage the affected part regularly with Shea Butter (products) and you’ll see positive results against stretch marks which will slowly and gradually be gone.

Anti-ageing Ingredient:

The moisturizing and antioxidant properties of Shea help to boost collagen production and promote the generation of healthy new cells for your skin. This makes your skin look resplendent and young, and also helps reduce ‘photoaging’, the fine lines and wrinkles that are created on the skin due to ageing, environmental stress, and pollution

Reduces Blemishes:

Shea Butter naturally boasts moisturizing and healing properties which can cure skin flaws. Also, Shea Butter is rich in Vitamin E and Vitamin A that plays a vital role in promoting healthy skin, thereby protecting it against free radical damage.

Conditioning Properties for Hair:

With essential vitamins, minerals and fatty acids, Shea Butter is also renowned to make hair stronger while giving a smooth, shiny and silky texture. Apart from being a boon for the skin, Shea Butter is equally good for the hair and prevents them against split ends and heat damage. Get shiny hairs with Shea Butter’s hair regimen.

Reduces scalp irritation:

Get rid of dandruff and scalp irritation by including Shea butter in your hair care schedule as its anti-inflammatory properties fight against redness, scalp irritation, and other hair problems, alongside offering ample moisture for your hairs. Shea Butter uses its natural emollient properties to get absorbed into the hair roots and scalp and is extremely beneficial for all types of hair including colored, heat-treated or damaged hair.

Popularly known as ‘Mother Nature’s Conditioner’, it is widely used in the cosmetic industry for both skincare and hair care products ranging from moisturizers to creams to shampoos, conditioners, and many more. Indulge in nature’s healing therapy with Shea Butter.

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