Benefits of Body Butter - Tahami By Nature

Jan 11 2020 0 Comments

Body butter is a skin moisturizer typically containing botanical butters and oils.   These botanicals can be cocoa butter, shea butter, mango butter, rice bran oil, kokum butter, argan oil, or coconut oil - to name a few. Body butter is whipped to increase the spreadability of the butter. It is also thicker than lotion and creams and doesn’t contain any water. It is particularly effective at rejuvenating dry skin for spot application (i.e. knees, elbows, and heels) or for use all over the entire body. It is used immediately after a show or bath – to lock in the moisture of your damp skin. 

Protection
Body butters create a strong protective barrier that seals and locks in moisture into the skin.  This ability is magnified when applying body butter after bathing. The fatty acids contained in the plant-based butters support deeper hydration to support the skin by added a crucial protective layer for our skin.

 

Moisture
The benefits of protecting the skin are greater hydration. Body butters emollient properties to soften the skin and increase hydration. The protective barrier created by body butter is extended due to the lack of water in body butter. Body butter smooths the skin, prevents the skin from drying out, and leads to more radiant skin.  Isn’t that what we all want?

 

Nourishes the Skin
The ingredients in body butter contain a variety of nourishing components the skin needs and craves.  These components are fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and essential proteins.  More insight into the benefits of these components:

Fatty Acids are known to:
  • Enhance the texture and softness of skin and hair
  • Produce and maintain the skin's natural oil barrier and prevent water loss
  • Hydrate skin to promote a supple, youthful appearance and prevent the signs of aging
Vitamins are known to:
  • Nourish hair
  • Exhibit anti-aging properties
  • Protect against the harsh effects of UV radiation
  • Strengthen and tighten the skin’s protective outer layer
  • Reduce inflammation of the scalp, thereby thwarting hair loss
  • Fade and minimize the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots

Minerals are known to:

  • Act as exfoliants
  • Exhibit antioxidant properties
  • Tighten and smooth for a youthful appearance
  • Balance and regulate oil produced by skin and scalp
  • Promote the growth of stronger hair that is thicker, hydrated, and lustrous

Antioxidants are known to:

  • Plump out skin to smooth the look of fine lines
  • Strengthen hair and maintain its health to prevent hair loss
  • Boost circulation as well as cell metabolism, thereby calming inflammation
  • Improve damaged skin by encouraging the growth of rejuvenating new cells
  • Tighten and tone the skin to prevent the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, and scars

Proteins are known to:

  • Contribute to the body’s immunity
  • Repair and generate new tissues and cells
  • Slow the onset of the premature signs of aging, such as wrinkles and thinning hair

1/11/20



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