Save Your skin With Wearable Vitamins

These yummy recipes below will help you to make your own lovely aromatherapy body butter. They are creamy, deeply moisturizing and rich in minerals, vitamins and emollients. When you use natural body butters, your skin stays hydrated for a longer period because the cream forms a protective barrier that locks in moisture. They are great for individuals with dry, chapped, wind-burned or cracked skin. You can also use then for sensual massage with your partner.

One of the secrets to natural body butters is to choose the ideal base for your skin type.

Cocoa Butter – This butter is unique because it has the ability to slow down the production of immunoglobulin E (IgE) and this helps to reduce the symptoms of asthma and dermatitis. By creating a barrier between your skin and the environment, moisture is retained, you are protected from wind or sun damage and wrinkles and stretch marks are reduced. Recipes that have cocoa butter have also been shown by researchers to boost the immune system, relieve stress and prevent cancer.

Shea Butter – Has a lot of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. It improves elasticity, reduces wrinkles and helps to heal sores, burns, scars, dandruff, psoriasis, eczema and stretch marks. Not recommended if you have nut or latex allergies.

Mango Butter – Moisturizing and soothing mango butter protects your skin against UV radiation. It is good for healing psoriasis, eczema, bug bites, rashes, frostbite, sunburn, stretch marks, cracked skin and more. Many dermatologists recommend it for reducing wrinkles.


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