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The benefits of using body butter

Shea butter is a great, natural cosmetic for our skin. It is manufactured from the seeds of the Shea tree fruit and is rich in vitamins F, E and A. It provides protection against solar radiation (SPF 6) and provides essential fatty acids and nutrients necessary for collagen production. Shea butter is used in Africa and other countries to improve the appearance of hair and skin.

Other benefits of using natural creams and body butter:

Moisturizing. The concentration of fatty acids and natural vitamins contained in Shea butter makes it extremely moisturizing the skin. It is often used to moisturize dry skin and protect the natural oils contained in it.

It reduces inflammation. Due to cinnamic acid and other natural properties, Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties. First of all, lupeol cinnamate has been found to reduce skin inflammation and even potentially help to avoid skin cell mutations. Due to this, it is especially recommended for people with acne.

Smoothing the skin. Supports the natural collagen production process and contains stearic, oleic, palmitic and linolenic acids that nourish and protect the skin, preventing it from drying out. With prolonged use, you can also notice a pronounced strengthening and softening of the skin, as well as reduces wrinkles.

The use of creams, shea butter

Shea butter is one of the most versatile natural ingredients and can be used daily in any form. You can use it for face and body as a natural moisturizer. Pregnant women can use it because it helps fight stretch marks. It's a good for removing wrinkles and bags under the eyes. It can also be a base for home deodorant. It is also a natural cosmetic used for baby care. It helps to improve skin elasticity and fight cellulite.

What type of shea butter is the best?

It is worth to use only unrefined, raw butter. It should be in class A. There are many refined Shea butters that are bleached and odorless to be completely white, but it's worth to remember that the refining process removes some of the beneficial properties. Unrefined shea butter has not been filtered and may contain traces of shea nut particles. It can be gently warmed until it melts and then poured through a gauze or sieve to remove any particles. After straining, it can be poured into silicone molds in measured quantities. Due to this, it can be used for home cosmetic recipes.