The Unique Benefits of Shea Butter Lotion

The Unique Benefits of Shea Butter Lotion

Maybe you’ve heard of shea butter lotion or perhaps you even use it already, but are you aware of the many benefits from this amazing product? Shea butter is considered by many to be a “superfood” for your skin. It is very thick and has a buttery consistency that has a great feel on the skin. Since it has a high fat content it’s a lotion to use for moisturizing your skin. Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, E, and F, it offers UV protection as it is naturally SPF 6 and helps promote collagen production.

While all of this alone may be reason enough to incorporate using shea butter lotion in your skincare routine, there are even more benefits available! In fact, shea butter even has a history of medical use for wound care and in some parts of the world is even ingested (however, we don’t recommend this unless you speak with your doctor). Below, we will explore the many other shea butter lotion benefits.

The Benefits of Shea Butter Lotion

It’s Moisturizing

Due to the high concentration of vitamins and fatty acid, shea butter is both nourishing and moisturizing to the skin. This unique lotion is a great remedy to dry skin and helps protect and preserve the skin’s natural oils.

It Helps To Reduce Inflammation

Studies have found the many of the natural properties found in shea butter can help to reduce skin inflammation and may also help reduce inflammation caused by acne.

It Soothes the Skin

As we mentioned before shea butter helps promote collagen production because it contains oleic, stearic, palmitic and linolenic acids which both protect and nourish the skin. With long-term use, many people experience a softening and strengthening of the skin which can reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Uses for Shea Butter Lotion

Using shea butter inside a lotion or soap are some of the most common uses for this amazing product, but here are some other unique ways to use it:

  1. As a natural moisturizer
  2. As an after skin lotion to replenish your skin
  3. During pregnancy to stave off stretch marks
  4. As cuticle cream
  5. Under your eyes for wrinkle removal
  6. As a massage lotion
  7. To soothe chapped skin
  8. As lip balm
  9. On your baby to soothe irritated or sensitive skin
  10. On scars to reduce the appearance of them and promote collagen production
  11. On your face before applying makeup to make it last longer
  12. As a low-grade (SPF 6) sunscreen.

To purchase Ninon USA Shea Butter Lotion view our product information page to place an order or contact us to learn more.

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