Monday, July 14, 2008

Shea Butter NOW for the Summer

Summer is officially here and the increased time spent outdoors is often accompanied by peeling skin as a result of sun overexposure, itching irritated skin from insect bites and poison ivy, and dry cracked skin due to the extreme heat. The use of Shea Butter alleviates these problems due to its significant healing factors.
Here are some of the summer skin care woes that Shea Butter can help:

Peeling Skin as a Result of Sun Overexposure
It is rich in Essential Fatty Acids making it one of Mother Nature’s best moisturizers to heal peeling sunburned skin. Also rich in Vitamin A which promotes skin cell renewal.

Itching Irritated Skin from Insect Bites & Poison Ivy
It contains an abundant of Phytosterols (all-natural plant hormones) that decreases itching from poison ivy exposure and lessens the sting of an insect bites by reducing the inflammation.

Dry Cracked Skin Due to the Extreme Heat
Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Essential Fatty Acids and Triglycerides all contribute to its power to soften and heal the most parched dry skin. Even rough feet are left soft and supple to showcase beautiful toes and heels while wearing summertime sandals.
Thanks for stopping by the Shea Butter Blog!
Steph Hutchins,

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