Thursday, 14 January 2016

Beauty Hack Leaked! How Shea Butter Heals Stretch Marks, Eczema, And Many Others...

The many amazing properties and uses of Shea butter cannot be over emphasized. Shea is gotten from the nut of the African Shea tree and early accounts say that Shea has been traced back to ancient Egypt as far back as the time of Cleopatra where it was applied for cosmetic use; on the hair and skin.

In this article, you would be seeing the many ways in which experts have revealed that Shea butter can miraculously improve the condition of the "skin" and other uses that you never knew about.

Raw Shea seeds directly from the tree.

Shea butter contains a high amount of Vitamin A and it is an excellent moisturizer with miraculous healing properties. Vitamin A in Shea butter is used to correct skin conditions like...

wrinkles, stretch marks, scars, scalds, skin burns, sun burns, eczema, dry skin and dermatitis. It can also be used to treat rashes, insect bites, skin irritation and allergies. Experts always advise that the best type of Shea butter is one that is fresh and in it's natural form. Shea that is old or stale or over-processed may not give desired results.

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Natural Shea butter

When To Use Shea Butter On The Skin;

  • On dry skin, it serves as a great moisturizer.
  • It improves the look of stretchmarks and scars.
  • It can be used to treat eczema and skin rash.
  • You can use as prevention of stretch marks during pregnancy.
  • It can also be used to prevent stretch marks during exercises, sports and other strenuous activities.
  • Injuries and burns heal quickly when Shea is applied.
  • Shea heals and improves the appearance of scalds and blemishes.
  • You can apply as a shaving base or mix with your shaving cream.
  • It keeps the skin soft when used during pedicure and manicure.

The two most amazing facts about Shea is that it is natural and relatively cheap. You can also get it easily and start using. So what are you waiting for? Don't miss out on this amazing cream of nature!

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  1. I hear you can also use it for cooking?

    1. Yeah you can me I use for cooking. I use it well. it's very healthy and I like the taste. try it sometime soon


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