The ancient Egyptians have the credit for the practice of exfoliation. The Sugar Scrub helps to maintain a healthy sin by removing the oldest dead skin that has been around for many years.
Mango Butter is produced from a natural exotic fruit and nothing else no chemicals. Mango Butter will protect your skin and let your body work naturally.
Mango Butter has great healing properties and can be used in the treatment of eczema, insect bites, nappy rash, sunburn using its fantastic moisturising properties to nourish your skin and aid in its natural healing processes. After your work out you can use Mango Butter to soothe those aching muscles and to reduce stress by reducing that tensed up feeling in the muscles.
Mango Butter is naturally hard this is why it is added to other natural products to allow it to be evenly spread on the skin..
Mango Butter is made from the mango fruit that can find in your local supermarket. The seeds are old pressed to produce the Mango Butter. Like Shea Butter, Mango Butter has been used for years by the locals who have always known about its properties.
Shea butter has been used for centuries in Africa. It is used to moisturize and protect the skin from sun, wind, heat and salt water. It is known as the most effective skin moisturizer and conditioner because of its high content of non-saponifiable fats including vitamin F. It is an excellent skin moistener and is used for aging skin, eczema and all forms of massage. It is also used to relax the muscles and to treat sprains wounds and colds. The unique formula of Shea butter also helps prevent and protect dry skin providing temporal relief from irritation, dryness and wind burned skin. Shea butter can be used as a hair dressing cream to moisturize a dry scalp and stimulate hair growth. As a hair cream, it helps to hold the hairstyle and lightly relax curls.
Medicinally, Shea butter has been studied as an anti-inflammatory tropical cream, being helpful in cases of arthritis (Kerharo), and it contains stigma sterol, which is the sterol known as “the anti-stiffness factor” making it helpful in cases of rheumatism (Hampton). It has additionally been studied as a nasal decongestant by applying it to the inside of the nostrils (Tella). Shea butter is also helpful in cases of eczema and dermatitis and “contains chemical constituents that help to heal bruising and soreness”.