Miraaj Beautys Shea butter cream is designed to moisture and sooth your skin leaving your body soft to the touch.
Shea butter is a plant lipid that comes from African shea tree nuts and is rich in fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins.
Some of the benefits of Shea Butter for Skin
It’s hydrating: Shea Butter is great for hydration and calms the skin. It goes into the skin well and protects the face from extreme temperatures.
It’s plumping: Shea butter is used to help moisturize, nourish, and soothe the skin. It is great for dry skin and can create softer, hydrated, plumper skin, especially during the dry winter months.
It helps fade scars both from acne and non-acne-related causes in addition to healing sunburned, cracked, and peeling skin. It soothes skin allergies like poison ivy and insect bites, as well as skin conditions like contact dermatitis and psoriasis. so long as you’re not allergic shea butter is also extremely safe—the Environmental Working Group classifies it as non-toxic.
The combination of components in SHEA BUTTER also helps neutralize free radical damage, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles and fades age spots. It may also stimulate collagen production, too, so your skin will be working at reversing signs of aging from the outside in and the inside out.
Olive oil’s antioxidant properties protect skin cells against environmental damage and inflammation.
Prevents premature aging: Olive oil is rich in vitamins A, D, K and E, as well as squalene.
The anti-inflammatory ingredients found in olive oil may aid in wound healing. “Triterpenes, which are present in many plant oils and in particular olive oil, aid in many biological reactions like those necessary for wound healing.
Some of the many benefits of coconut oil for your skin are: moisturizing dry skin, including in people with conditions such as eczema, reducing inflammation, which may result from UVB rays. It may also aid in promoting wound healing. Coconut oil also has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties.