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HOW TO USE
Moisten with plenty of water and rub with hands or on the skin to obtain foam and start cleaning.
– Skin cell regenerator.
– Used in the treatment of acne and dehydrated skin.
– Indicated for sensitive skin.
– Soothes, moisturises and softens the skin.
– Paraben free.
– Sulphate free.
Sodium Palmate, Aqua, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Olivate, Glycerin, Parfum, Amyl Cinnamal, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Hexyl Cinnamal, Geraniol, Citronellol, CI 14720, CI 17200
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Shea butter is obtained from the fruit of a tree that grows in West Africa. Thanks to its high vitamin and mineral content, it provides a large number of skin care benefits. It stands out for its great moisturising and nourishing power, which offers great elasticity and firmness to the skin.
It is an excellent cell regenerator and has anti-inflammatory properties. It is healing, soothing and provides protection to the skin against external agents such as the sun, cold or wind.
It is also ideal for protecting and deeply moisturising hair. It stimulates the production of collagen, thus delaying skin ageing and helping to diminish even the deepest wrinkles. Powerful natural moisturiser, ideal for dry and damaged skin.
Some of its properties are:
- Shea butter has a great capacity to moisturise and soften the dermis.
- It works as a natural antioxidant due to its high amount of tocotrienols, a type of vitamin E capable of suppressing the formation of free radicals.
- Due to its high content of fatty acids, such as oleic acid, it has great anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties, which is very relevant for cosmetic products such as this body cream.
- It can be used to treat problems such as psoriasis, acne, allergies or eczema due to its high vitamin A content.
- It contains 5-10% phytosterol, a plant hormone that stimulates cell regeneration.
- Between 3 and 8% of its composition is linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that our body is not able to generate on its own and which has the capacity to moisturise and create a barrier in the dermis that facilitates the penetration of other active ingredients.
- Its high allantoin content promotes cell regeneration and increases the amount of water in the skin.
Thanks to all these properties, you already know that it is a perfect protector against environmental agents, in particular, it is recommended for use after sun exposure in the case of sunburn due to its soothing properties on the skin.
Therefore, take advantage of the active ingredients that make up the Shea Butter and protect your skin while leaving it hydrated and elastic.
High in essential fatty acids, oleic acid, linoleic acid and squalene which provide antioxidant properties and help restore the skin’s natural moisture levels.
Rich in antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin E, it helps to nourish, regenerate and soften the skin and hair. Thanks to tripterpenes and oleuropein, it has photoprotective qualities.
High oleic acid content, which preserves natural antioxidants, vitamins and other components, helping to maintain hydration and favouring the preservation of the cell membrane, thus preventing premature ageing of the skin. Healing, regenerating and adjuvant in the synthesis of collagen. It regenerates the skin.
Olive oil has a great capacity to repair damaged tissues and manages to repair them thanks to its high vitamin content. So it will help to heal those superficial wounds on the skin in a very rich and moisturised way.
It should be noted that it is a powerful skin regenerator and lightens blemishes that have appeared on the skin naturally, due to old wounds or the effects of the sun on the skin.
In addition, as olive oil is an excellent natural moisturiser if your skin tends to suffer from sudden changes in temperature and become dry, this product will be a great ally for your skin to recover all its softness and shine.