In 2020 many things have changed, and most can say some things just are not the same. I tend to lean towards the latter thought. One thing I have recently been accepting is the health of your body is something you and only you control. In the last decade we have seen a society be swallowed by social media, and spit out, trends, like buttons, "going live". However, one good thing it did do was be able to spread the word of these trends. One of those trends would be going healthy/green. Everyone one is on a new diet, a new social media, a different streaming, but they are also on the trend of all natural. Which all natural product you ask? Shea Butter would be the answer, with so many beneficial properties you would think everyone is already using it. Before giving you the Top 4 reason to choose natural body butter I think it is important you know what it is, and where is comes from. That is kind of the definition of "All Natural.
Shea Butter is extracted from a Shea Nut, which is produced by the Shea Tree. Majority of Shea Butter sold is primarily from the country of Africa, and continues to lead in production of shea butter. Our website(www.coloredessentials.com ) uses shea butter directly from Ghana. For years many used shea butter from a chunk, that looked like a rock, and as about hard as one. The new trend now is whipping the thick shea butter into a thin creamy moisturizer from the GODS!! There has been a boom in small business selling this whipped creamy perfection, in the last decade. Of course many put their own spin to how they create it. Like my company (www.coloredessentials.com) uses a special of blend of butters, including shea butter to create our products. Even the bigger cosmetics companies are trying to get with the trend. Think about it. The next time you are at the store look at how many lotions claim to have shea butter in the ingredients. Beware, many are using the name shea butter, but they only have about 2% shea butter, and a crazy percentage of chemicals. Keep reading to find out the 4 Best Benefits of Natural Body Butter.
4. Comes with anti aging property
Researches prove that shea butter stimulates the collagen production. This great property of raw Shea butter can offer you a youthful and attractive skin. Moreover, it also consists of vitamin A and E. These vitamins keep the skin radiant, nourished and youthful. Another interesting fact about raw Shea butter lies in its capability to promote the cell renewal process. The new and renewed cells always provide you with a younger and charming look.
3.REPAIR DAMAGED HAIR
In recent times, all beauty enthusiasts always want to give a shiny and head turning look to hair. In order to make it possible they try different chemical treatments such as perms, curlers, strengtheners. In long run these treatments ruin the natural moisture of hair and make hairs dull and dry. Shea butter helps to restore the lost hair moisture. Moreover, this comes with low SPF. It protects hair from the adverse effect of ultraviolet radiation.
2. HEALING PROPERTIES
Shea butter is well known for its healing properties. Actually, it comprises several fatty acids and plant sterols including linolenic acids, palmitic, oleic and. All of them are oil- soluble. They don’t undergo saponification process. Hence, it can be said, it is more non-saponifiable than other nut oils and fat. Due to this reason it comes with a great healing capability. Raw, unrefined shea butter is highly effective in curing skin rashes, acnes blemishes. Moreover, it also can cure stretch marks, burns, frostbites, and other skin issues.
1. It's Safe for All Skin Types
Shea butter is technically a tree nut product. But unlike most tree nut products, it’s very low in the proteins that can trigger allergies. In fact, there’s no medical literature documenting an allergy to topical shea butter. Shea butter doesn’t contain chemical irritants known to dry out skin, and it doesn’t clog pores. It’s appropriate for nearly any skin type. When you apply shea topically, these oils are rapidly absorbed into your skin. They act as a “refatting” agent, restoring lipids and rapidly creating moisture.This restores the barrier between your skin and the outside environment, holding moisture in and reducing your risk of dryness.