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5 Benefits of Shea Butter

Looking for the perfect natural remedy for your skin? Try Shea Butter!

Too often, our bodies suffer because we search for remedies by using products that are filled with harmful ingredients and foreign chemicals. We search for healing for our eczema, rosacea and acne problems only to find more irritation, breakouts and redness.

What if I told you that the remedy our skin has been searching for is simply Shea Butter?

What is Shea Butter?

Shea Butter is a fat that is extracted from the nut of the shea tree. It usually has an off-white or yellow color depending on the region that it is found in. Most Shea Butter originates in West Africa, as the shea tree is very common there.

It has been found in a lot of cosmetic brands, because of its healing powers and consistency, but to find it in its pure form is becoming increasingly difficult. Luckily, Freedom Creators Co is one of those natural skin care companies that don’t use any harmful ingredients and keep their shea butter pure. See shea butter products here.

Curious to learn more about shea butter? Here are 5 benefits of using pure shea butter on your skin:

1. Improves eczema

Eczema is an inflammatory skin disease that causes severe dry skin, itchiness, redness, blisters and even skin infections. It typically begins during childhood and can be a lifelong battle. Many people who struggle with eczema have trouble finding moisturizers that do not irritate the skin or cause reactions because of the use of artificial ingredients that are found in traditional lotions.

These ingredients can cause breakouts and severe irritation to the skin. Studies have found that shea butter can greatly reduce the symptoms of eczema because of its anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to reduce swelling, itchiness and dry skin, which is perfect for eczema relief. For eczema relief products check out the Skin Balm.

2. Safe for all skin types

Shea butter is actually hypoallergenic because the shea nut is safe for people with nut allergies. While shea butter does come from nuts, it is made entirely of fat, so it is allergen free.

Shea butter also does not contain any added chemicals so it doesn’t clog the pores or irritate the skin.

3. It can help with acne

Shea butter will not cause the skin to become oily because it is easy for the skin to absorb and process. It also has natural antibacterial properties and has been known to fight fungal infections.

Because of these properties we can assume that using shea butter consistently would help with reducing acne breakouts and blackheads.

4. It has anti-aging benefits

This wondrous fat contains triterpenes which is a chemical compound that is known to deactivate collagen fiber destruction. By boosting collagen it is thought to reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the face and body.

The moisturizing and antioxidant properties of shea butter also aid in skin cell regeneration, giving the skin a healthier, more youthful appearance.

5. Offers sun protection

Shea butter by itself is not enough to combat the sun, but it does have a natural SPF of about 3 or 4. When added to your favorite sunscreen or moisturizer, it can be a great way to naturally combat the harmful effects of UV rays.

For a helpful moisturizer with an SPF of 15 see our Body Butters, Skin Balms and Lip Balms

Using Shea Butter regularly will help to rejuvenate the skin, reduce breakouts and reduce signs of aging!

Be sure to check out some of the healing Freedom Creators Co products today! You can use code SUB10 for 10% off your first order today.

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