Shea Butter: The concentration of natural vitamins and fatty acids in shea butter makes it an incredibly nourishing and moisturizing antioxidant for the skin. It is often used to remedy dry skin and to help protect the skin’s natural oils. Shea butter is known to have anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter can condition, tone and soothe your skin as well as reduce wrinkles.
Reduces Inflammation: A 2010 study found that due to its cinnamic acid and other natural properties, shea butter was anti-inflammatory. One compound in particular, lupeol cinnamate, was found to reduce skin inflammation and even potentially help avoid skin mutations. This also makes it beneficial for some people with acne.
Skin Smoothing: Shea aids in the skin’s natural collagen production and contains oleic, stearic, palmitic, and linolenic acids that protect and nourish the skin to prevent drying. With long-term use, many people report skin softening and strengthening as well as wrinkle reduction.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E is a nutrient your body needs to support your immune system and help your cells to regenerate. It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that make getting enough essential to your everyday health.
Coconut Oil: moisturizing dry skin and reduces inflammation, which may result from UVB rays. It has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties moisturizing dry skin, including in people with conditions such as eczema reducing inflammation, which may result from UVB rays antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties
Jojoba Oil: Jojoba Oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba Oil help in skin repair and damage control.
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