What Does Shea Butter Really Do?
Shea butter is all the rage among natural skin care devotees, but why? 100% Pure natural Shea butter is really all natural vitamin A cream. And while Shea butter is rich in vitamin A, it also has Vitamin E.
Vitamin A is known to improve a variety of skin conditions, including: blemishes, wrinkles, eczema, and dermatitis. Premium Shea butter is also used to treat and heal skin allergies, insect bites, sunburn, and frostbite. One of the key reasons why Shea Butter is so healing, is that it is contains the same moisturizing properties that are made by the sebaceous glands in your own skin. No wonder that Shea butter is such a superior moisturizer! Additionally Shea butter has many positive biochemical and physiological effects on the skin that make it ideal for wound healing and care. Some users have reported that Shea butter has accelerated the healing of their wounds.
Vitamin E is more mysterious in it’s properties on the human body. It is thought to serve as an anti-free radical agent, which may aid in preventing the harmful effects of the sun and environmental exposure. Additionally, Vitamin E may exert a positive effect by increasing microcirculation, which results in increased blood flow to the skin.
But what if you have other conditions like acne? Should you use Shea butter on your face? Because Shea butter absorbs quickly into your skin, and because your skin recognizes She Butter’s properties as similar to those that your own body produces, without oily residue you can use it to help with acne. Shea butter also restores elasticity to skin, and can help minimize the look of fine wrinkles.
Not all Shea butter is equal. Mary Tylor Shea Butter is 100% pure, raw, organic, virgin and unrefined. Because it is the purest form of Shea butter, it has higher levels of vitamins A & E. So start using Mary Tylor Shea butter today and watch your skin improve.