The cold winds of winter and the harshness of indoor heating can wreak havoc on your skin. Shea butter can be a quick and sure way to protect and heal your skin. Cold air has less moisture than warm air, so it’s easier to develop dry, rough, itchy or cracking skin during the winter months. Harsh winter winds can also strip away lipids from the skin that protect the skin barrier and keep it from drying out. Your home’s heat and taking hot showers also don’t do your skin any favors. Shea butter is a rich, healing butter that comes from the African shea tree. Full of antioxidants like vitamins A and E, this butter not only will moisturize but can heal damage already done. Women in Africa use shea butter to prevent and heal eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and more. If you want to have clear, smooth, younger-looking skin this winter shea butter can give that to you.
See a huge selection of shea butter products here.