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Body Moisturizer with Shea Butter - Mipmed - 1L

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  • Brand: MipMed
  • Product Code: MM-HCMM1L
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100% Vegan Body Moisturizer with Shea Butter. Vegan and nourishing moisturizing milk for the body. It presents a light formula, of fast absorption,.. See More

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100% Vegan Body Moisturizer with Shea Butter.

Vegan and nourishing moisturizing milk for the body. It presents a light formula, of fast absorption, developed for the needs of the daily hydration of the skin.

Its composition enriched with Shea butter, has emolliating, softening, moisturizing and skin-protecting properties.

Use daily for hydrated and soft skin.

Dermatologically tested.

 

Features:

  • Developed under dermatological care and control
  • Paraben free
  • Rapid absorption
  • With dispenser which allows a comfortable use
  • Non-greasy texture
  • Mild aroma


White color

Quantity: 1L

 

 

 

 

 

Additional information

If you have dry skin, you probably know that shea butter is one of the main moisturizing ingredients to use.

But that is just one of the reasons why shea is often used in skin and hair products. As an ingredient for skin care, especially in its natural and pure form, it actually has several benefits - from reducing premature facial lines and wrinkles to soothing skin conditions like eczema.

Below, you will find more information about the many benefits of shea butter, and various homemade beauty recipes.

 

KARITE BUTTER

 

TYPE OF INGREDIENT: Moisturizer

KEY BENEFITS: Moisturizing, antioxidant, soothes irritation

WHO SHOULD USE: In general, anyone with dry skin

HOW FREQUENTLY CAN YOU USE IT: Whenever you want, if you are not allergic.

WORKS WELL WITH: Other oils, cocoa butter

 

Bunches of sticks and shea butter Free Photo

 

What is shea butter?
"Shea butter is a vegetable lipid that comes from African shea tree nuts and is rich in fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamins."

The polyphenols in shea butter - antioxidants - have anti-aging benefits and properties similar to those found in green tea. It contains five essential fatty acids (mostly from stearic and oleic acids), a category that includes phytosterols, vitamins E and D, allantoin (good for curing skin irritations) 2 and vitamin A.

 

Benefits of shea butter for the skin
It is moisturizing: “Shea Butter is great for moisturizing and soothing the skin. It penetrates the skin well and protects the face from extreme temperatures ”. The healing benefits of shea butter skin are almost countless.
It is complete: "Shea butter is used to help moisturize, nourish and soothe the skin". "It's great for dry skin and can create smoother, hydrated and plumper skin, especially during the dry winter months. Shea butter is also found in many lip balms - chapped lips, as well as moisturizers that help prevent stretch marks."

Helps to mitigate acne scars and heal sunburned, cracked and peeling skin.

Soothes skin allergies (for example, poison ivy and insect bites) and skin diseases (contact dermatitis and psoriasis).

Some users have reported that Shea butter relieves the symptoms of rheumatism (although this claim is not proven, nor is it supported by dermatologists).

The combination of components in shea butter helps to neutralize free radical damage, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles and fades age spots.

It can stimulate collagen production, reverse the signs of aging from the outside to the inside and from the inside to the outside.

Shea butter is not only moisturizing for the skin; it also translates those same properties into your hair.


How to use shea butter?
Shea butter can be used alone, but it is often used as an ingredient in cosmetics. "The best option is to incorporate it in a moisturizer with other ingredients to make it easier to spread, since it is usually a thick solid at room temperature."

You can use shea butter alone or make your own products, and you can buy it in bulk. Raw shea butter should be rubbed into the skin in order to moisturize it and protect the skin barrier.

The refined shea butter included in something else (lipsticks, lip balms, body creams, body butters) is used as a moisturizing ingredient in these as well.

 

 

How to do it at home?

 

Shea Butter Moisturizing Balm
Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup shredded shea butter
  • 2 tablespoons of sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon of avocado oil
  • 1 tablespoon of grated beeswax or soy wax

Mix the ingredients in a glass container suitable for the microwave or measuring cup. Use the microwave to gently heat the shea butter and beeswax. Pour in a glass jar of 4 to 5 portions and let it cool. Stir again. Use in dry areas. It is great for knees, elbows and can even be used to treat and prevent chapped lips.

 

Moisturizing Hand Cream

Heat two teaspoons of coconut oil, one teaspoon of almond oil, one teaspoon of cocoa butter and one teaspoon of shea butter in a microwave-safe bowl or container. Heat only for two to three seconds, until the ingredients melt, but never boil.

Mix them up and spread them on your hands. It is a great moisturizing treatment for your hands during the winter months.

 

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