Help With Eczema
September 18, 2009 12:56pm CST
I write so many different things and save in the computer and some I post. I forgot all about this helpful little tidbit. I wrote this about 2 years ago. I hope someone can benefit from this. As I`m sure you`ve noticed the new commercials advertising different lotions and creams that contain shea butter. Well, let me tell you this is nothing new. Shea Butter is from Africa, and know that it will take awhile to get the results from the shea butter in those commercials. What you need is 100% raw shea butter. You can order online, or get at local festivals. The nice thing about it, it doesn`t expire. Here are some useful ways to use RAW SHEA BUTTER 1. Treatment of dry skin 2. Treat Eczema and minor burns 3. Improves muscle relaxation and stiffnes 4. Sunscreen, has rich content of vitamin E&F 5. Treats dark spots, skin discolorations, stretch marks, wrinkles, and blemishes 6. GREAT for DIAPER RASH 7. massages 8. hair conditioner. African Shea Butter is made from the nut of the African Shea Tree. It contains a rich amount of unremovable fatty acid which renders it far superior to cocoa butter and other natural vegetable butters. Its therapeutic properties protect the skin from wind, cold, sun and it helps heal wounds faster. Shea butter stimulates cellular activity, fights the effects of aging and repairs rough, damaged skin. I originally started using it for my dry feet in the winter, it helped tremendously. Then I tried it on my daughters eczema (as the man from the festival suggested) and she longer needs prescribed ointments. After using on her everyday for a month, I might only have to use it 2x during the winter months. And another good thing is it lasts for awhile. I bought a 10oz or 12oz jar from the festival in the summer of 2005 and I just now had to get more in February of this year. So, if you or anyone you know could benefit from this, please try it. I bought it online for only $7.00 and free shipping. Only $2 more than what I got it for at the festival. So, think about it, and remember it has to be raw. And definitely pass this on to anyone with a baby, so they can save money on diaper rash ointment.