Adovia Pure Shea Butter Review
Shea Butter has great health benefits and can be used for each of the following –
- Dry skin, peeling, skin rashes, eczema, psoriasis
- Itchy Skin
- Shaving Cream
- Frost Bite
- Can be used in products.
- Insect Bites
- Skin Protectant and much more!
Cleopatras Choice 100% Pure African Shea Butter has been working wonders on dry skin on my elbow. I use Shea Butter for many things and I get to sample quite a lot so I like to use it on different areas to see how it affects and heals my skin.
I have always had a little dry skin on my elbow which comes and goes depending on which products I use and this has cleared it up right away, if I rub it in well it doesn’t leave my skin feeling greasy or weighed down, it’s a good choice for dry skin conditions.
Raw Shea Butter is legendary for every-day use as a rich moisturizer and can greatly help in the reduction of stretch marks, eczema, wrinkles, dry and flaky skin, sun damage skin, etc. Shea Butter is non-comedogenic (unlike other oils high on the comedogenic scale like Coconut Oil and Cocoa Butter) and can be used by people affected with acne to help keep skin nourished.
Great for use as a belly butter for pregnant women to keep tummy skin soft and supple.
There are no extra ingredients used in this product, only 100% Pure Ivory Shea Butter. Cleopatra’s Choice has been harvesting, importing and producing the finest Raw Shea Butter for over 6 Years.
Raw Shea Butter has been proven to provide natural relief from symptoms of Very Dry Skin, Psoriasis Dryness and Eczema. Also very popular as a daily moisturizer. Excellent for Stretch Marks from Pregnancy or other reasons. Great to use as a tummy butter for expecting mothers. Made with Hand Selected Finest Nuts of the Shea Tree in Ghana.
I am a big fan of Adovia and Cleopatras choice and have tried out many of their products, they never fail to impress me.
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