The Skin Boosting Benefits Of Shea Butter

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If you’re interested in beauty and skincare, you’ve probably heard of shea butter. But what exactly is it? And what benefits does it deliver for your skin? Here’s what you need to know about shea butter including where it comes from, and how it could transform your skincare regime.

What is shea butter?

In sections of Africa, the Karite tree, more commonly known as the shea tree, bears fruit. The fruit consists of a thin pulp that is tart in flavor but high in nutrition. Inside the fruit a nut emerges, and shea butter is extracted from these nuts.

To create shea butter, the nuts are often crushed and boiled. Shea butter can be refined or unrefined. In its raw, unrefined form shea butter isn’t processed but presented in its natural form. This way it retains its natural vitamins and minerals. On the other hand, refined shea butter is processed – with more vitamins and minerals usually added to give it additional properties.

What are the benefits of using shea butter?

When it comes to your skincare regime, shea butter has a myriad of different benefits. Here are just three of the most notable benefits of using shea butter, but there are many more besides!

It works as an anti-aging agent

SNatural Organic Sensitive Shea Soap Barhea butter has some incredible anti-aging properties which make it a must-use product if you want to hold back to clock for a few years. It works by stimulating the production of collagen, which, in turn, helps to make your skin look plumper and healthier.

It retains and restores skin’s elasticity

The elasticity of your skin is key to looking younger for longer, too. The Vitamin F found in shea butter can help to maintain and restore your skin’s elasticity as well as making sure your skin tone is even across your face and body.

It helps to soothe your skin and ease skin conditions

Natural Peppermint Lip Balm with shea butterAs well as ensuring you have soft skin with an even tone, shea butter can even sooth irritated skin and work as an anti-inflammatory. If you struggle with skin conditions such as acne, eczema, or psoriasis you should definitely consider adding shea butter to your skincare routine.

So, what are you waiting for? Isn’t it time you tried out shea butter for yourself?

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