Shea butter has been provento have several medical benefits, and has been used both orally and topically by dermatologists and other medical professionals for a number of years.
When applied topically, shea butter can increase moisture retention by acting as a protective layer over your skin and preventing water loss on the first layer, as well as penetrating to enrich the other layers.
Shea butter has been used in the cosmetic industry for years because of its antioxidant, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory characteristics. It’s also often used as a substitute for cocoa butter in cooking.
Coconut oil, seabuckthorn oil, tea tree EO and lavender EO.