Ultimate skin food ~ with cacao butter, shea butter and coconut oil.
The skin is the largest organ on our body and absorbs everything around us.
The general rule is if you wouldn’t eat it, don’t put it on your skin.
This luxurious body butter glides on the skin so smoothly and is guaranteed to get rid of fungal skin infections as well as help to clear up eczema. This body butter can be used as a sunscreen as it protects against UV rays and can also be used as an after-sun lotion.
• Caribbean Gold Sea moss ~ Sea moss gel (Irish moss) has an incredible amount of healthful properties with over 90 minerals including Vitamins A, E, F and K, calcium, potassium and sulfur.
• Pure Aloe Vera Gel ~ Aloe vera gel contains powerful antioxidants belonging to a large family of substances known as polyphenols. These polyphenols, along with several other compounds in aloe vera, help inhibit the growth of certain bacteria that can cause infections in humans. Aloe vera is known for its antibacterial, antiviral, and antiseptic properties. This is part of why it may help heal wounds and treat skin problems.
• Apricot Kernal Oil ~ Softens Skin, apricot oil helps to improve skin tone, maintain softness and radiance of the skin. It also nourishes the skin and lowers the appearance of face wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes (that’s the Vitamin C and E working in partnership). Used topically, this oil moisturises dry, sensitive skin and smoothes out blemishes, wrinkles, fine lines and other symptoms of maturing skin… applied to itchy, chapped, wounded or sore skin, apricot kernel oil helps to facilitate faster healing.
• Rosehip Oil ~ Rosehip oil contains vitamin C and vitamin A. It also contains essential fatty acids such as… oleic acid, palmitic acid, linoleic acid and gamma acid. Rosehip oil is also a good source of vitamin F, a fatty acid made of linoleic acid and alpha-linoleic acid. The benefits of vitamin A are reducing and reversing sun damage, reducing wrinkles, reducing hyperpigmentation, treating mild to moderate acne.
• Jojoba Oil ~ It’s moisturising, antibacterial, non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic. Jojoba oil regulates sebum production because it’s so similar to the sebum that your body produces naturally. When you put jojoba oil on your skin, your skin is soothed and moisturized. This sends a signal to your hair and sweat follicles that your skin doesn’t need additional sebum for hydration. This keeps skin from looking oily and helps prevent acne caused by clogged pores.
• Coconut Oil ~ contains essential fatty acids such as; Lauric acid, Myristic acid, Caprylic acid, Palmitic acid, Capric acid, Oleic acid, Linoleic acid and Stearic acid. Coconut Oil helps to reduce inflammation and is anti fungal as well as antibacterial and antimicrobial.
• Shea Butter ~ High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.
• MSM Sulpher ~ Topical methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) compounds offer an ideal way to maintain healthy skin without using synthetic ingredients, which is especially important when you want to avoid using harsh chemical medications on the skin that is sensitive or tender. MSM is a naturally occurring chemical compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur and oxygen atoms, which together make up part of a class of chemicals known as organosulfur. MSM is naturally produced in the human body.