Shea Coco Butter creme to-go
Shea butter & Coconut oil with Lavenderl
💫Easy to carry.
💫 Carry on approved 👍
A creamy mix of Shea butter and Coconut oil garnished with Lavender oil. Smooth finish, shiny skin, soft and touchable.
Won't stop touching your own skin! Feel luxurious in your body. Prevent Stretch marks while pregnant or gaining those gains.
Great for feet, dry hands, knees, ankles. Amazing after swimming in chlorine, dried out skin, going to Joshua tree, or any desert environment. Summer is upon us!
2.5 x 2.5 x 0.8 Inches
About ingrediants shea butter:
Shea butter is an incredibly low-risk topical ingredient. Allergic reactions to shea butter are rare.
Even people who are allergic to tree nuts, the family that shea nuts belong to, have a low risk of reaction to shea butter on their face. Researchers believe this is because shea nuts contain little of the tree-nut proteins that trigger allergies.
High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.
Although it isn’t possible to completely remove stretch marks naturally, applying raw Shea butter can diminish their appearance and help to prevent their development. Shea butter is rich in vitamin A which helps to increase skin elasticity. If you regularly apply Shea butter across your tummy during pregnancy, it’s possible to reduce the formation of stretch marks. Vitamin A helps the skin to become more supple and better accommodate the increase in weight and stretching that occurs throughout pregnancy.
Benefits of Coconut Oil for Skin
- It's anti-bacterial: The lauric acid found in coconut oil gives it antimicrobial properties to kill bacteria on the skin and reduce inflammation.
- Eases inflammation: According to a 2019 study, virgin coconut oil was found to suppress inflammatory markers and protect the skin by enhancing skin barrier function. However, this test was done in vitro, so more research needs to be done.4
- Locks in moisture: Extra virgin coconut oil was found to significantly reduce levels of transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and increase skin surface lipid levels.