How Shea Butter Oil Can Help With Dry Itchy Skin

Winter is not a season, it’s a celebration and an individual can’t celebrate with dull and dry skin. It’s time to glow and shine and bid adieu to dry and flaky skin.

Winter is coming' and no we are not talking about your favorite GOT but dry and itchy skin. Yes, the winter gifts you chapped lips, dry and rough skin. A scratch on anywhere in the body and a white line flake is formed on the skin. During the winter the TV commercials showcase a wide gamut of cosmetic products for better and healthy skin, the folks get confused looking at the assorted brand products. They say beauty is being comfortable in your skin and, the comfort can't be tried and tested, an individual needs only that product which nourishes and revives the skin from chilly winter blows. Therefore folks dive into this article to know how to get rid of dry and itchy skin. It's the time to Live, Laugh, and Shea Butter Oil Up.

We all feel our skin changing its texture with the changing weather. Moisture loss is a very common problem with the growing pollution and dirt accumulation in the air. Our skin gets exposed to all these polluted components regularly. “What is the result?” Dry and itchy skin. One natural product that has changed lives is Shea butter oil.

Lock that moisture

Shea butter oil, also popularly known as a form of fat oil from the karate Tree, is full of healthy fats. These healthy fats contain oleic, Linoleic, and Stearic acids which melt at body temperature creating a lock on the skin. This helps your skin retain moisture and keeps your skin hydrated throughout. You can choose from a wide range of products that contains Shea Butter Oil, starting from any sort of moisturizers, face cream, makeup, or a simple lip scrubber.

Sensitivity creating confusion

From getting up in the morning to going back to bed, we go through different choices. Our morning routine starts with choices of moisturizers to face washes, followed by a range of makeup and a night time routine. These different products do add to our poor choices of SkinCare, severely attacking our skin, leaving behind sensitivity. Sensitivity causes unnecessary irritation ranging from itchy to dry rough skin. Shea Butter Oil works as an anti-inflammatory property for your skin to react differently as compared to the regular product. Lupeol Cinnamate is a famous component to reduce skin irritation, also helping acne-prone skin. 

SkinCare is an ageless process

We have heard many brands trying to convince you of being ageless but the real concept is different. SkinCare concept is made for all age groups and, every age group has some different needs. These needs are either sometimes extremely complicated or sometimes takes patience. Shea Butter Oil takes a step ahead in finding the right beauty at the right age. Collagen production is such a factor that can change the picture of the beauty industry is taken into consideration in the right way. Shea Butter Oil has been proven to regenerate new skin cells. No matter what age group you fall into, Shea Butter Oil will make your skin collagen revive the skin texture, leaving behind a smooth texture to cherish for ages.

Shea Butter Oil can help with dry, itchy skin by repairing it from the roots and leaving behind a nourished feeling.

There are different processes to use your Shea Butter Oil. We have listed below a few ways of using the oil to save your day without using those chemically enriched products

  • Shearing it down – A simple way is to use a cup of Shea Butter Oil with around 1/2 a cup of untreated coconut oil and another 1/2 a cup of virgin almond oil 
  • Homemade mask – Prepare your favorite homemade mask by using a tablespoon of raw honey, 3 to 4 drops of Grapeseed oil, and of course 1 tablespoon of the Shea Butter Oil. Mix it well and use it as a mask for your body and face and leave it for about 10 to 15 minutes. Wash it down with a hot water cloth, leaving your skin nourished

Are you buying the right Shea Butter Oil?

Look for these in the label to save yourself from any hassle later –

  • Untreated 
  • No added bleach
  • 100 Percent organic
  • Grade A

Tips that can change the way you look through SkinCare

  • Melt your untreated butter and stain it well to avoid any irritation
  • Always consult a doctor before trying the product
  • Shea Butter Oil gets bad in a year, so keep using and stop storing for too long
  • If you are struggling with irritating skin, then stop using it and consult your dermatologist 
  • Always try a small patch before using it all over
  • Add some Vitamin E to your Shea Butter Oil to store it for longer

Signing off with a heartfelt promise of delivering flawless skin! Bye Bye Celli Organic Shea Butter Oil is the mark of healthy and glowing skin. ‘Never let anyone dull your shine.’

Wondering how to naturally reduce skin aging, read our previous post.