Shea Butter for Eczema & Psoriasis

We are still in the midst of  cold winter season. But no need to worry Shea Butter is here to help with your dry  skin. What makes Shea butter so unique is its ability to grow in adversity yet reap great benefits for your skin. Shea butter is obtained from Shea nuts, which grow on the Karite Tree or the African Shea Tree. These trees grow in arid and harsh conditions of western Savannah and East Africa. The biggest irony is that this is perhaps Mother Nature’s best natural moisturizer found in the driest regions of the earth.

As eczema dehydrates the skin, the best thing to help heal eczema is by making the skin recover its moisture withholding ability. Shea Butter is one of the superb means of invigorating our skin cells so as to help them recover their moisture preservation ability.

Eczema is a type of skin condition causing extreme inflammation. Simply anything and everything touching the skin can activate eczema. First, it is ALWAYS important to contact a professional health-care provider to determine the best treatment plan and if drugs are needed. Although Shea Butter is not a drug, many physicians recommend it to their patients suffering from eczema.

While you apply Shea Butter as a medication for eczema, use a judicious quantity of to the parts of the skin that are influenced by eczema. After you apply shea butter on a part of the skin, ensure that the butter penetrates beneath the skin surface. Massage gently as you put on the shea butter. The huge proportion of unsaponifiables( the healing fraction) present in Shea Butter add to its capability to help bring relief to eczema as well as other skincare disorders such as psoriasis, severe dry skin, wounds, and rashes.

Shea Butter is known to contain a number of ingredients with biological activity that includes moisturizing and healing skin afflictions.

  • Vitamin A - Necessary for healthy skin function, beneficial for blemishes, dermatitis, allergic skin, prevents scarring, anti-aging.
  • Vitamin E - acts as an anti-free radical agent with anti-aging benefits, increases micro-circulation of the skin, repairs cellular degeneration, moisturizes skin.
  • Essential Fatty Acids – building blocks for the collagen in our skin, promotes tissue repair, prevents scar tissue formation and is anti-aging.
  • Cinnamic Acid – provides minor natural sun protection
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Great post. I am always interested in skin care info.

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  2. I’ll let my friends who have eczema know! Shea butter is an amazing natural butter.

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  3. Thanks Ladies!

    Reply

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