Shea (butyrospermum parkii)
Unrefined shea butter has been used for centuries for its properties as a natural moisturizer, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging solution. Full of vitamins and minerals, shea butter has been found to be great at treating hair and skin, making it a great fit for The Argan Tree's Conditioner and Body Lotion.
1. Moisturizes dry skin
Shea Butter is a great solution for treating dry skin, eczema, and chapped lips due to its ability to hydrate, soothe, and balance skin. The American Shea Butter Institute claims that unrefined shea butter is able to reverse dry skin within three days. This makes it perfect for treating cracked heels and ashy elbows.
2. Reduces wrinkles
Packed with vitamin A, E, and essential fatty acids, shea butter is a natural wrinkle reducer and anti-aging ingredient in general. Clinical studies have shown that shea butter helps rebuild and rejuvenate collagen in the skin, resulting in fewer wrinkles and clearer skin.
3. Revitalizes hair
Shea butter is also effective in revitalizing hair, as it treats split ends, softens hair cuticles, and reduces frizz. With a profile full of vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids, shea butter strengthens hair at its roots for a healthier shine.