Shea Butter for Eczema

 

 The people that are most often benefit from Shea Butter Market products are those who have sensitive skin. Many of our customers use Shea butter for Eczema which makes sense because Eczema is one of the most common skin diseases and is estimated to impact between 10-15% of Canadians. According to the National Eczema Association, more than 30 million people are affected by some form of dermatitis.

 

The Eczema Society of Canada reported that 87 per cent of Canadians with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis say their disease negatively impacts their daily lives. 

 

Symptoms Include:

 

  • itching
  • crusting or oozing
  • dry or scaley skin
  • swollen or inflamed skin

We were compelled to create this article in order to shed some light on the main advantages of Shea butter when used to renew the skin and combat Eczema. Before we get into it, let's go through what Shea Butter is.

 

What is Shea Butter?

Raw Shea Butter For Eczema - Shea Butter Market

Shea butter is a fatty substance that comes from the karite tree which grows in Western and Central Africa. It's part of the fat that they extract from the nuts that grow on this tree.

 

  • it's moisturizing
  • it's an anti-inflammatory
  • it's rich in vitamins A, C, E
  • has anti-microbial properties
  • helps protect against UV rays

 

Which Type Of Shea Butter Is Best For Eczema?

There are many different types of shea butter products being sold on the market today. These types include raw shea butter, organic shea butter and unrefined shea butter.

 

Raw Shea Butter

Raw Shea Butter is made by removing the natural oils from the nut and then grinding it up into a paste. This type of product doesn't undergo any refining process to get rid of any animal fat, bacteria or other impurities. It's important to note that raw shea butter doesn't go through a process in which the natural oils are removed from the nut, leading to a very oily substance when applied to your skin.

Raw shea butter has many health benefits that other types don't have. One of the main benefits is that it contains niacin, riboflavin, calcium, iron, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin E, germanium and selenium.

 

Organic Shea Butter

Organic shea butter is made by going through a cleaning process and then adding in certified organic oils such as cupuacu and neem. These oils are added to the butter and then heated up enough to allow the different components to mix together. The finished product is all-natural and can be applied without worry about any type of harmful chemicals or preservatives.

 

Unrefined Shea Butter is The Best For Eczema

Unrefined Shea Butter is pasteurized in order to remove any harmful bacteria.  

 

Great For Eczema because it:

  • Hydrates and moisturizes skin,

  • Helps reduce redness.

Unrefined Shea butter is the healing ingredient in many lotions and creams because it conditions dry, sensitive or eczema-afflicted skin. The benefits don't stop there: it's also a natural UV protectant (safeguarding against sunburn) and provides anti-inflammatory relief for irritated patches of skin.

When Shea butter is unrefined it enhances pigmentation to fight scars, making it beneficial to use on stretch marks as well. Regular usage lessens signs of age such as wrinkles and crow's feet while fighting other aging signs such as age spots, fine lines and sagging skin tissue. Simply massage a small amount over your face everyday for rapid results!

 

Benefits Of Using Shea Butter For Eczema

 

Shea butter offers many benefits such as reducing eczema, helps heal wounds and has anti-inflammatory properties. It also has anti-microbial properties and prevents UV rays from damaging your skin.

 

How Should You Apply Shea Butter For Eczema?

 

There are many ways that you can apply shea butter for Eczema. You can use it as a lotion or cream, or you can include in with other products in order to get the benefits of it. 

 

Here is a quick step by step guide for applying shea butter for Eczema.

 

1. Start by washing your hands thoroughly before applying the butter.

2. Once they are washed, scoop out a small amount of shea butter for your skin area.

3. Then massage it in circular motions over the area for about two minutes.

4. Once you are finished massaging, wash your hands again to prevent any bacteria from entering into your skin.

 

The Beauty of

Sensitive Skin Creams From

Shea Butter Market

 

Shea Butter Products are great for Sensitive Skin because not only does it moisturize the skin, but it also acts as an anti-inflammatory cream. This product is perfect for those with eczema or any type of scaly, dry patches on their skin.

 

Shea Butter helps repair damaged skin

Helps with mild to moderate eczema

Made without harsh chemicals (parabens, sulfates, mineral oils)

 

It is best to use Shea Butter Products in lotion or cream form. For those who have eczema, they should always use a shea butter cream or lotion every day to help heal the eczema and prevent further irritation. 

 

 

FINAL THOUGHTS:

If you want relief from eczema or other skin conditions, try some natural alternatives like this before turning to more expensive treatments. What type of Shea Butter Products do you use for your own personal care? Leave us a comment below to let us know what kind works best for you!


1 comment


  • Anna Demzy

    I found this blog to be very informative and when I get paid this coming Friday I will try your eczema cream for myself. Thank you for this detailed blog it was great ok!


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