Body Butters for Ethnic Beauty Skin Care
It's that time of the year when body butters will make their return to your vanity counters. Spring is upon us and body butters are a great way to keep your skin feeling soft and moisturized.
Winter months are great for body oils. Natural oils keep your skin soft and supple during the cold weather months. They are heavier in texture and when it's cold outside your skin has a way of being drier and needs more moisture.
However, Springtime weather allows you to move your body care products into a lighter texture. Body butters are a great way to do this. They add a protective barrier over your skin to help it hold in its moisture. Body butters can often help eliminate dry cracked skin, eczema and psoriasis.
What are Body Butters Made Of?
A good body butter often has more than one "butter" ingredient. Typically you'll find a combination of Shea, cocoa and mango butters in a good body butter.
Body butters are also known to have key antioxidants in them such as Vitamin C, E and A. When you look at the ingredients in a body butter product, Shea butter is the most well known. Shea butter contains Vitamin E which is known to rejuvenate your skin. Mango butters are loaded with extra Vitamin C.
Body butters are composed primarily of oils and butters. They penetrate the surface of your skin and help to nourish and condition it. You benefit by getting skin that smoother and soft as a baby's bottom. There's no comparison to the beauty you'll experience when you add body butters to your daily skin care regimen.
Did you know that a body butter can actually be turned into a body scrub? If you'll add jojoba wax beads, sea salt and some turbinado sugar, you've just created a wonderful body butter scrub for your skin.
Key benefits of what body butters can do for your skin: revitalize, rejuvenate, hydrate, nourish and definitely sooth your skin.
That's it for this week. As always …
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