For protection and regeneration of the skin, one of the best "oils" you can possibly use is African Shea Oil. It absorbs into your skin quickly, leaving it feeling smooth, fresh and healthy, not oily or greasy.
African Shea Oil comes from the seeds within the nut of the Karite (kar-ree-tay) tree, which grows in West Africa. The nut is edible and contains one to 3 seeds within its thin brittle hull.
Beneficial Qualities of African Shea Oil
1. It is high in vitamins A, E and F. Vitamin F is found in products with omega-3 and omega-6 and is necessary for repairing and creating tissue within the body.
2. It is hypoallergenic, so it's a great alternative for those who have sensitive skin or have skin allergies to the chemicals in other lotion products. It is also great for infants with their sensitive skin.
3. It helps firm up aging skin that is beginning to sag by rejuvenating the skin cells. 4. It is excellent for every type of dry skin problem from mere dryness to cracks, rashes and psoriasis.
5. Skin irritations from bug bites, sunburn, allergies, etc. respond positively to the application of African Shea Oil.
6. It is also great for rejuvenating your hair. If you have dry, brittle hair from perms or sun exposure, applying a small amount of this oil to your hair and scalp will soften, moisturize and revitalize both your scalp and hair. It does not clog pores or block hair shafts as petroleum based oils will.
7. African Shea Oil is also deep penetrating and soothing to arthritic joints and sore muscles.
8. It may also cause the fading of scar tissue and stretch marks if used daily, especially with early scarring.
9. It's great when used by massage therapists, as it allows a smooth gliding surface for hands manipulating the skin and has deep penetrating healing properties.
- Pure,Organic Great in soaps, creams, lotions and for massage.
- Prevents skin disorders such as acne and eczema
- Usage Rate: 1-100%
- Keep the skin moist and wrinkle free.
- It reduces skin inflammation and helps in curing several skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis.