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Health Benefits of Shea Butter In Soap

Health Benefits of Shea Butter In Soap

The Health Benefits of Shea Butter

This hair and body superfood comes from the seeds of the Shea (Karite) tree and is naturally high in Vitamin A, E, and F. It provides UV protection and essential fatty acids necessary for collagen production. Shea butter has been used across the globe for years to improve skin, hair, and the human body. Below are just a few of the reasons we use Shea butter in our Clean360 soaps.

Shea Butter Benefits:

Reduces Inflammation: The essential vitamins and natural fatty acids in Shea butter makes it extremely nourishing and moisturizing for the skin. Shea butter is best used as a remedy for dry skin and to help protect and strengthen the skin’s natural oils.

Skin Calming: Due to Shea butter’s natural properties and cinnamic acid, it’s an anti-inflammatory. Shea butter is well-known for reducing skin inflammation and even helping to avoid skin mutations. This makes it great for some people with rashes and acne.

Moisturizing: Shea butter nourishes the skin to prevent drying. With long term use, many people report having smoother, softer, and stronger skin as well as wrinkle reduction and anti-aging effects. 

Shea Butter Uses:

Shea butter is a natural beauty ingredient that can be applied daily to skin. Shea butter can be used when making homemade lotions and original body butters to homemade lip balms and healing salves.

Some Other Top Uses of Shea Butter:

  1. Apply Shea butter to your face and body as a natural moisturizer
  2. Apply Shea butter to pregnancy stretch mark salves to ward off stretch-marks
  3. Use it as an under-eye wrinkle remover
  4. Make soft-sipped body butter with Shea butter
  5. Or a basic home lotion
  6. As an SPF 6 skin lotion
  7. Or a homemade shimmer lip balm
  8. On scars to help collagen production
  9. On sores or cold noses during flu

When shopping for Shea butter, its best to purchase raw, unrefined, Grade A Shea butter. There are many refined Shea butters that are bleached to be 100% white, but the refining process takes away many essential nutrients. Find Shea butter at your local health foods store today!

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