Moisturizer For Dry Skin
All Natural Moisturizer For Your Skin
Face and Body Moisturizer
Many women have never used body butters and have only used lotions or creams on their skin, not knowing the wonderful benefits natural shea butter can offer their skin.
SHEA BUTTER is included in so many face and body moisturizers today. Shea Butter works as an emollient that softens and hydrates skin. It contains several different types of fatty acids, such as, lineoleic, oleic, palmitic and stearic acids. These acids help improve the skins natural barrier, protecting skin from damage from the environment like pollutants. Shea butter is highly emollient which softens and sooths the skin. Rich in vitamins A, C, and E, shea butter is recommended to help treat skin rash, smooth acne scarring and fade stretch marks.
COCONUT OIL Coconut oil is made up of medium chain fatty acids which help to reduce dryness and allow your skin to retain moisture. Coconut Oil protects and smooths the skin, It helps minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
APRICOT KERNEL OIL is rich with vitamins and minerals, that deeply nourishes the skin. The fatty acid profile of apricot oil is what makes it so beneficial to the skin’s natural protective barrier keeping the skin nourished encouraging softer, smoother skin.
SESAME OIL is a natural moisturizer helping to keep the skin hydrated. Sesame Oil contains vitamins E, B and D which assist in rejuvenating skin, removing dead skin cells and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Sesame Oil also helps with many skin issues and is good for all skin type, including oily, acne-prone skin.
Mother Nature has bestowed us with many gifts and she didn't leave out skin care ingredients among her wonderful gifts.
Precautions: Oils generally considered photosensitive are: orange, lime, lemon, grapefruit, and bergamot These oils have certain constituents that can make the skin more sensitive to UV light and can lead to the skin burning more easily from minor sun exposure.
Caution should be taken with essential oil use during pregnancy. Many oils are considered safe during pregnancy, especially after the first trimester but check with your doctor and use caution when using any essential oils during pregnancy.