Shea Butter Bath is a deeply hydrating body wash that is specially formulated with natural Shea Butter that gently cleanses and deeply moisturizes dry, rough skin. The main components of shea butter include oleic acid, stearic acid, linoleic acid, etc. Its moisturizing and healing properties prove beneficial for many skin issues. There are many uses of Shea butter and it has been clinically shown to provide relief for various skin conditions. The high Vitamins A, E, F and healthy fatty acid content of Shea butter nourishes the skin and helps fight skin conditions like dermatitis, eczema, wrinkles and blemishes and helps soothes skin and prevent diaper rash for babies.
This complete body care formula of Shea Butter Bath is good for all skin types, including sensitive skin.
Benefits of Shea Butter for the Skin
1. Moisturizes dry skin
Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer for the face and the body. It locks in the moisture in the skin and keeps it hydrated for long. Dehydrated and dry skin becomes rough and scaly. It can also help to soften the skin on your hands and feet and make it supple. It penetrates the skin easily, without clogging the pores, and is effective for dry skin.
2. Anti-ageing and Anti-free radical agent
Shea butter is considered as one of the best anti-aging agents for the skin. It stimulates the production of collagen. The vitamins A and E found in this butter keep the skin supple, nourished, and radiant. If used regularly, it reduces wrinkles and also prevents premature wrinkles and facial lines. Its anti-aging properties can also be attributed to its ability to increase circulation to the skin and promote cell renewal. These vitamins, along with catechins, also exert an antioxidant effect against free radicals that damage the skin.
3. Restores the elasticity of the skin
Shea butter also improves the production of collagen in the skin. Thus, its application restores the natural elasticity of the skin besides hydrating, softening, and beautifying it. Restored elasticity also ensures reduced wrinkles and blemishes.
4. Reduces stretch marks
These marks are formed when the skin stretches beyond its elastic capacity. The application of Shea butter will restore the natural elasticity of the skin and also improve collagen production. It is a natural emollient. Regular use of Shea butter can lighten stretch marks.
5. Helps soothes skin and baby diaper rash
Shea butter is an excellent natural moisturizer thus, it is ideal for baby care as besides being gentle and soft on the skin, it is specially adapted for the delicate and sensitive skin of babies. It can be applied after a bath and also used for healing eczema or diaper rash on the skin of babies and toddlers.
Weight: 300 mL