It’s Moisturizing Shea Butter Is Typically Used For Its Moisturizing Effect. When You Apply Shea Topically, These Oils Are Rapidly Absorbed Into Your Skin. They Act As A Refitting Agent, Restoring Lipids And Rapidly Creating Moisture. This Restores The Barrier Between Your Skin And The Outside Environment, Holding Moisture In And Reducing Your Risk Of Dryness. It Won’t Make Your Skin Oily Shea Butter Contains High Levels Of Linoleic Acid And Oleic Acid. These Two Acids Balance Each Other Out. That Means Shea Butter Is Easy For Your Skin To Fully Absorb And Won’t Make Your Skin Look Oily After Application. It’s antioxidant Shea butter has significant levels of vitamins A and E, which means it promotes strong Antioxidant activity. Antioxidants are important Anti-aging Agent They protect your skin cells from free radicals that can lead to premature aging and dull-looking skin.
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