I am always skeptical about claims made by people who sell products, but Shea Butter is a natural product that is truly beneficial. Shea Butter is so beneficial it has stood the test of time: The Egyptian Queen, Cleopatra, Nefertiti, and the Queen of Sheba all used Shea Butter.

Why is Shea Butter so beneficial?

Shea Butter is full of essential fatty acids (such as Oleic Acid) , and vitamins A and E.

Top 10 Benefits of Shea Butter (Apart From Moisturizing Skin)

  1. Reduce the Appearance of Stretch marks
  2. Reduce the Look of Fine Lines
  3. Fade the Appearance of  Scars (Including Acne Scars)
  4. Fade the Appearance of Age Spots
  5. Soothe Frostbite
  6. Soothe Sunburn
  7. Act as an Anti Inflammatory
  8. Neutralize Free Radicals
  9. Stimulate Collagen Production
  10. Soothes Some Skin Conditions Such as Eczema and Dermatitis

How can Shea Butter do all of this?

Check out the scientific evidence for Shea Butter here.

Obviously, this isn't medical advice, but the "proof is in the pudding".  

Moisturizing with Shea Butter is one the of the 3 simple steps I have used to improve my skin. It could work for you!

 

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December 26, 2013 by Jameela Ghann

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[…] Pick a natural moisturizer with no added fragrance. Again, I use Shea Body Butter because I make it and I know it’s 100% natural (only 2 ingredients). The other reason I use Shea Body Butter is because it naturally helps to even out skin tone and over time improve skin’s elasticity. Read more about the benefits of Shea Butter here. […]

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