I pulled away for a bit to see how and what people are buying and putting on their skin. To help with dryness, itchiness, and irritations. Many of you do not know, and if you DO know don't care. Our skin is the biggest organ of our bodies, yet we do virtually everything bad to our skin. I don't have a degree in dermatology to know that healthy skin not only comes from the inside, it also comes from the outside as well. Hydration is a vital asset in having a healthy skin. That's a given!
Nutrients however, on the outside is not! I understand that living in today's world things are too darn gone expensive. So, we look for what is feasible for your pockets. My motto is and will always be, "if I don't know what it is, why am I putting it on my skin." Shoot to be honest I need to live by this as it comes to food too. However, this is about our skin!
Many of my competitors has maybe three different types of ingredients in their skincare line. MAYBE!!! But let's look at what is in Nothing But Love Shea Butters and Soaps:
Shea Butter: From the Shea Tree in Africa. This butter is rich in vitamins A and E, great for any type of skin. Applying this to your skin, immediately restores and softens your skin by providing a barrier between your skin and the elements of the society. Not only does it protects, it soothes your skin. Hey!! I am not one to get sun burn, but for those who do, this product aides in the soothing of burned skin from the sun. And for you men or those who shave their face and legs who have eczema, shea would be a great alternative to shaving cream. As the butter with its vitamins increase the flow of blood to the skin, inciting the hair follicles and providing a closer shave. (35%)
Mango Butter: This butter comes from its seed. Again, loaded with Vitamin A and E it is loaded with essential fatty acids and natural antioxidants. Light in natural fragrance, it's texture is light, and absorbs well into the skin. Like Shea, Mango butter can be used with other butters or by itself and like shea the properties within aides to a healthy skin.(15%)
Coconut oil: Semi-solid oil. This oil is an anti-bacterial, anti-microbial oil. This oil can be used for almost EVERYTHING!!! However, used as a carrier oil, it strengthens underlying tissue cells, removes dead skin cells and provides aide in killing harmful bacteria on the skin. Aide in preventing skin infections.(25%)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil: EVOO isn't just for cooking:-) This oil like coconut oil is an great carrier oil for those who cherish healthy skin. High in antioxidants it aide in sealing cracked dry skin, provides a barrier by sealing in moisturization and absorbs quickly making it less greasy. Gives the skin more refreshing look. (10%)
Castor Oil: Anti bacterial agent, loaded with Vitamin E and omega 6 fats, aide in preventing acne, soothes dry skin. (5%)
Avocado Oil: Moisturizing oil that contains vitamins A, D, and E. This penetrates quickly into the skin and aide in skin that has been sunburned or inflamed. (5%)
Hemp Oil: Moisturizing oil used to alleviate itchiness and irritations to the upper dermis of the skin. Used to also help with skin inflammation. (2%)
Grapeseed Oil: Light weight oil, can use inter changeably with Sweat Almond oil, both oils aide in preventing inflammation of the skin. High levels in Linoleic acid and does not clog facial pores. Great to use as a moisturize by itself. (2%)
Jojoba Oil / Argan Oil: Used interchangeably as these oils are most expensive and you only need a very little of this product to make a difference in you skin. This carrier oil mimics the oil glands produced by your body.
As I made mentioned the choice IS yours. However, with all these oils for you, nothing should or will be against you. Well dry skin won't be. Give it a try, it IS worth the investment. Like always, "I got nothing but love for you."