If you have been exploring the world of cosmetics long enough you probably have heard of Shea Butter. This butter is derived from an African nut, and let me tell you, people boast about it like it can cure any skin ailment. They say Shea Butter can help everything from wrinkles, eczema, sunburn, dry scaly skin, stretch marks, that it can be used as a hair conditioner, and the list goes on and on. Is this really true or is it all just hype? Well amazingly in this case, science has got Shea Butter's back. Scientific research has proven that Shea Butter is a nurturing and protective agent for the skin. Now, I cannot vouch for all of the claims people make about Shea Butter, but many of them have been confirmed by research studies. So what are you waiting for? See what Shea Butter can do for your skin and hair. Perhaps daily use may do wonders for you too. Our Fluffy Dream Shea Cream not only contains Shea Butter, but also has other great ingredients to promote healthy skin and hair.
Research Findings on Shea Butter
Africans have used Shea Butter for hundreds of years to treat various skin ailments. Both African tradition and many research studies have proven that Shea Butter is very beneficial. Here are some research study results that we have found: - Reduces inflammation: This means Shea Butter is great for soothing conditions like eczema and psoriasis. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jos/59/6/59_6_273/_article - Nasal decongestant: Its been found that applying a thin layer of Shea Butter in the interior of your nose can help with congestion. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1429586/?page=3 - Plentiful source of Vitamin C: This antioxidant is great for preventing and reversing the effects of sun damage and other harmful environmental exposure. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10408398.2011.604142#preview.. - High levels of antioxidant activity: This aids in improving aging skin. http://docsdrive.com/pdfs/ansinet/pjbs/2005/1074-1077.pdf - Provides some protection from UV radiation http://www.fao.org/docrep/008/y5918e/y5918e11.htm Have you experienced good results from using Shea Butter? Comment below and tell us about it.