Weather Changes and Dry skin

Common to the dry season is dry skin, and shea butter is one naturally occuring moisturiser which can combat that problem.
Shea butter moisturises, is absorbed by the skin quickly and is none comodogenic(won’t clog pores) or acnegenic(it won’t cause acne).
Mix a little shea butter to your cream and it moisturises better.
Use shea butter all over your skin including your face at night and wake up with moisturised supple skin.
Shea butter is good for treating wrinkles, stretch marks, eczema, psosaris, skin tightness after shaving, etc.
Best of all despite it being a butter(natural oil) it is absorbed rapidly and doesn’t leave an oily sheen, so it can be worn under makeup and won’t make makeup oily.

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