Shea Butter Moisturizer by African Red Tea Imports
Shea Butter (Pronounced Shay) is from the fruit of the Karite (Butyrospermum parkii) tree of Africa. This strong long live tree has adapted to thrive the harsh dry climate of Westerns and Central Africa. The same qualities that allow it to survive under such condition, also provides help to those seeking relief from dryness.
Traditionally it has been used to help heal cracked, damaged and aged skin. Whit, Shea Butter is a common additive in the finest of cosmetics and lotions, due to the difficult nature of Shea Butter it is only used in tiny (trace) amounts. Our natural preservative free Aroma Butter contains over 30% of this natural healing Shea Butter.
In addition to the previous stated healing qualities, an added benefit of Shea Butter appears to have some natural UV protection. Along with the natural SPF of nearly 4-5 of Jojoba oil. (Aroma Butter is not recommended as a sunscreen.)
About African Red Tea Imports
Studies conducted at the institute for the Science of Aging at Aichi Medical University in Japan showed red tea to contain super oxide dismutase (sod), an outstanding antioxidant and prime fighter for free radical damage. As a result of their studies, they termed red tea “an anti-aging beverage”, which can significantly counter the aging process. It has been prescribed for mild depression, nervous tension, digestive problems, and insomnia. Minerals in red tea include iron, potassium, calcium, copper, zinc, magnesium, fluoride, manganese, sodium, and is also rich in the flavonol quercetin, known to increase capillary strength.
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