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3 Reason Why You Should Use Shea Butter for Eczema

While there isn’t an exact cause but genetics and environment have a part to play in eczema prone skin. Finding a product that doesn’t dry out your skin can be even harder but with certain emollients, having eczema can be easier.

Characteristics of Eczema

  • Flaky
  • Itchy
  • Dryness
  • Redness

Why Unrefined Shea Butter?

1. Anti Inflammatory Properties

The cinnamic acid and lupeol cinnamate are some of the healing properties and help treat skin problems such as acne.

2. Locks in Moisture

Unrefined shea butter is known for moisture and contains cetyl esters that lock in moisture. It makes the skin become more resistant since it locks in from the skin’s barrier.

3. Soothes Skin

As mentioned earlier, eczema can hurt. Unrefined shea butter contains fats that soothe the skin.

To treat your eczema, rub some unrefined shea butter on your body or the problem areas. This will leave your skin smooth and moisturized while the butter works to clear your skin.

How bad has your eczema been and how did you treat it? We want to know! Tag us on social media using #ShareShea

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  • Jumbo aniekan Udo

    I need a good cure for eczema

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