Why Rose with Shea Butter Moisturizing Body Lotion?
A 100% natural, moisturizing, and nourishing body lotion for all skin types, both men and women, matches our skin pH level, and it can give the SPF-10 UV protection. It helps to take back to a healthy pH level on the skin. And this body lotion increases elasticity and provides an excellent texture to your skin. It reduces irritations, inflammations, scars, and stretch marks. Suitable for dry and dull surfaces and make them smooth and healthy. The main ingredients of this Rose with Shea Butter Moisturizing Body Lotion are; Water (purified), Rose (Rosa Santana L.) oil, Shea Butter (Vitellaria paradoxa C. F. Gaertn), Virgin Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera L.), Beeswax, Xanthan gum, Lime (Citrus aurantifolia L.) juice, Vitamin E, Niacinamide, Allantoin, Titanium Dioxide (Non-nano), Zinc Oxide (Non-nano) and Benzoic acid.
Water: Benefits and Uses
One of the main ingredients of this body lotion. A purified form of the water gives extra moisture to your skin. It helps to dissolve active ingredients and nourishes. After, they transport to the blood via skin pores. Water reduces itching, puffiness, acne, wrinkles, and it increases elasticity. It helps to tighten your skin and gives you a good complexion and youthful appearance too.
Rose Oil: Benefits and Uses
Extracted from Rosa Santana L., this is an excellent moisturizer for your dry skin. It contains natural Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent properties. It can prevent skin damages and decreases acne, scars, and aging.
Shea Butter: Benefits and Uses
Gained from Vitellaria paradoxa C. F. Gaertn. It is ordinarily ivory in color. It changed to white color during processing, and this stage use to prepare skincare products. The main natural ingredients are Vitamins and fatty acids. They give Anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Shea Butter can reduce sun tan and dark areas and improve your skin’s softness, smoothness, and tone.
Virgin Coconut Oil: Benefits and Uses
Oil extracted from Cocos nucifera L. It is the base ingredient for thousands of skin and hair care products. Fatty acids, Lauric acid, Vitamin E are the main natural active ingredients, and they help to act as medicated, anti-fungal, and moisturizing properties. It increases your skin moisture and smoothness. It also serves as the natural bleaching and nourishing agent.
Beeswax: Benefits and Uses
It has an excellent semi-solidifying feature. Beeswax rich in Vitamin A, and it gives good nourishment to the skin from inner to outer. Vitamin A is a good vitamin for skin problems. Beeswax shows Anti-inflammatory, Antiviral, Antibacterial properties too. It decreases acne, wounds and helps to the reconstruction of cell tissues and texture.
Xanthan Gum: Benefits and Uses
The ingredient, which helps to keep the product uniform. In Cosmetology, we use this to tolerate the viscosity of the product. And it can also wash off the unwanted oil from the skin and stops the oil secretion. Xanthan gum acts as the emulsifier and helps to remove dead skin debris. And it can stimulate tissue regeneration too.
Lime Juice: Benefits and Uses
The liquid is from Citrus aurantifolia L. fruits. Its main natural ingredient is Camphene. It can reduce infections, inflammatory acne, papules, or pimples. And it increases wound healing. Generally, Lime juice is a natural bleaching agent and use to make face and skincare products. It helps to rejuvenate the skin and give you younger-looking, healthier skin.
Vitamin E: Benefits and Uses
Vitamin E is a natural Antioxidant. It can reduce UV damages to the skin. It also prevents damage from free radicals to increases skin health and appearance. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin and an essential nutrient to the surface. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. And it helps to increase cellular function and skin health. Vitamin E removes toxins, bacteria, and other unwanted impurities on the skin too.
Niacinamide: Benefits and Uses
Water-soluble, and it is an advanced form of Vitamin B3. It’s an excellent ingredient for all skin types and reduces wrinkles, scars, fine lines, and dullness. Niacinamide can increase skin tone and especially takes back to skin tone ordinary.
Allantoin: Benefits and Uses
Allantoin is suitable for dry, rough, sensitive, and itchy skin too. It reduces inflammatory acne and gives excessive moisture to the surface.
Titanium Dioxide (Non-nano): Benefits and Uses
It is an excellent UV filter and acts as the sunscreen to the skincare lotions. It reflects harmful UV sunlight away and not gives a chance to penetrate the skin.
Zinc Oxide (Non-nano): Benefits and Uses
Also, a sunscreen for skincare products too. It does not penetrate the skin. And it can stop the reflection, scattering of UV light and protect your skin from sunlight.
Benzoic Acid: Benefits and Uses
It is an excellent preservative ingredient for cosmetic products. It can remove dead skin cell debris and protects from irritations, infections, insect bites, and sunburns.
These are the cosmetic uses of the valuable ingredients of the Rose with Shea Butter Moisturizing Body Lotion. It is a magical moisturizing product for all skin types; still, it is a functional medicine for dry and rough skin. It gives you natural, healthy, and glowing skin too.
Dr. (Mrs) R. Chandrika Rajapakshe – Professional Counselor
M.Sc., Ph. B. (University of Peradeniya) – BAMS (University of Colombo)
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