Has anyone felt a difference in their skin or hair after using shea butter?
I recently had terrible dermatitis on my hands and after several prescriptions for cortisone creams and no relief, I tried Shea Butter with a pair of cotton gloves overnight. In the morning I wasn't completely healed but my symptoms were very much relieved, more so than with any other treatment. My research leads me to believe that Shea butter is a superior plant derived oil that helps rejuvenate skin (that would mean scalp too) while providing moisture. It contains healing oils, vitamins A & E, and stigmasterol an anti-inflammatory compound.
I make my own soaps etc. Shea butter is great because it is solid at room temperature but when you touch it it becomes liquid and absorbs right into your skin. It is great for stretch marks or scars.
Shea butter gives your skin lots of moisture and smooth texture. Presonlly i love using shea butter products.
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