Sunday, September 25, 2016

Nature's Moisturizing Powers

Let's talk about Shea Butter today, and the positive feedback that I was given from one of my customers that purchased my Shea Body Butter cream. A year ago a long time friend of mine, who suffers with severe dry and patching skin told me she was at her wits end with all the creams she had purchased at her local pharmacy. The creams she purchased did not supply enough moisture for her dry skin.  I invited her to try my Shea Body Butter cream,  she raved about the difference in her skin since using it, and now remains a daily user, she is extremely satisfied with the results.` I was pleased to hear that a cream that I produced fulfilled  her dry skin discomfort. It is a known fact that all climates  require nurturing to cultivate moisture for the skin. From what I have experienced, Shea Butter can reinforce the moisture nutrients that our skin demands.

 Let me  share with you some documented facts of Shea Butter. The Shea nut tree grows wild in West and Central Africa, and it typically takes approximately 18 - 25 years to produce the nuts from which Shea butter is made. It has been learned that it has numerous skin healing and moisturizing benefits. It has been known to treat blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and a host of other dry skin concerns. Vitamin E and vitamin A are two antioxidants found in Shea butter, which make Shea Butter an anti- inflammatory. With all the historical facts about this nut, you are assured a moisturizing and soothing agent for your skin. My body Butter is 85% organic Shea Butter, 10% Organic Sweet Almond oil and 5% Lavender Essential oil. There are no foreign chemicals in our products.  I will continue to research the moisturizing qualities of natural ingredients known to man and bring you products that can be labeled " All Natural" without additives.

1 comment:

Gale said...

Excellent products - I recommend them highly.