Shea butter helps regenerate cells, contains high levels of vitamins and minerals. It has vitamins A, E and F, fatty acids that will help care for the skin. Shea butter can be used by all skin types, but for example specifically for the face and eye area It is ideal for sensitive, dry and normal skin.
If you have oily and mixed skin, avoid using it on the face, because it can cover the pores, but it is a versatile product that can be used on hair and on the body to heal, eliminate bruises and can even relieve irritations.
If you are one of those with very dry skin, shea butter helps hydrate it, prevent dehydration as this can cause skin ages prematurely. Also if your skin is very opaque, shea butter for the face will help improve the dermis by repairing and giving it a better structure.
The fact that a shea butter is unrefined means that it does not contain ingredients that modified the shea butter, so its color may be different and not completely off-white. The best is unrefined shea butter, because they are free of artificial ingredients.
Whether due to fluid retention, crying or lack of moisture, the eye contour can become dehydrated, see swollen and even dry. With a little shea butter it can be used as a moisturizer for the eye area. You need very little product and always make it very smooth. You can put a little in a glass container, so that it is easily accessible.
Shea butter as an eye contour will give it elasticity thanks to vitamin F and one of its properties is that it helps to deflate.
In menopause or pregnancy the skin tends to dry out more than necessary, so it is time to resort to shea butter that helps the skin to fill with vitamins and so it can have a texture and feel more nourished. It also helps to take care of the sun, but this does not replace the use of sunscreen.
Shea butter, in addition to being used on the face, can be applied to the heels, elbows, knees or drier of your body.