With winter setting in my skin has been really dry and dehydrated. I tried all possible ways like using extra rich moisturizer etc. but nothing worked. I finally decided that I really needed a facial to rehydrate my skin. I’m really bad at getting a facial done at regular intervals. I generally get it done as and when I really need it. This time it was after almost a year.
I chose Shea butter facial because I know the benefits of Shea Butter.
Shea Butter – Shea butter is created by extracting oil from the nuts of Karite trees. Karite trees grows in the semi-arid and savanna regions of west and central Asia.
She butter contains oleic acid, stearic acid, linoleic acid and others. It gets absorbed quickly into the skin as it melts at body temperature.
Being rich in precious constituents such as unsaturated fats with a large proportion of non-saponifiable components, essential fatty acids, vitamins E and D, phytosterols, provitamin A and allantoin, shea butter is considered a super food for skin.
Shea butter has the below qualities:
– Healing properties
– Anti-inflammatory Properties
– Anti-ageing Benefits
After the facial my skin feels really amazing and hydrated.