Benefits Of Butters

Shea Butter has quite a lot of benefits to offer to your skin because of the properties it contains, from oleic acid, linolenic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, collagen, to fatty acids, and natural vitamins.

  • It helps nourish and moisturize the skin due to its concentration of fatty acids and natural vitamins. When applied on dry skin for some time, it can rejuvenate the skin and give it the nutrient it needs.

  • It helps retain and protect the natural oils of the skin.

  • Due to its cinnamic acid amidst other properties, Shea butter helps reduce inflammation of the skin and is known to treat acne.

  • It also helps one avoid skin mutation.

  • It helps soften the skin and strengthen it.

  • It helps reduce the number of wrinkles on the skin.

  • It helps smooth out the skin and prevent it from drying out.

Cupuaçu (Theobroma grandiflorum), also known as cupuassu, is related to the cacao tree. 

Cupuaçu butter is rich in healthy fats and serves as an excellent emollient that may help restore your skin’s natural moisture barrier. This butter softens when applied to the skin, allowing for quick absorption. Its high fat content helps seal in moisture to rehydrate your skin, increase suppleness, and decrease signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles!

 
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