$14.50 SheaBlck *Our number one seller* A mixture of soothing Shea butter and Black seed oil
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A mixture of skin healing shea butter and black seed oil.
Benefits for the skin:
Black seed oil may be beneficial for people with the following skin conditions:
Eczema: According to a small-scale 2013 study comparing the therapeutic benefits of N. sativa with those of prescription medications, black seed oil can reduce the severity of hand eczema.
Acne: Research suggests that the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects of black seed oil can improve acne. In one study, 58 percent of participants rated their response to this treatment as good, while 35 percent felt their results were moderate.
Psoriasis: A 2012 study suggests that the oil may also have antipsoriatic benefits.
Black seed oil may also hydrate hair, soften skin, and act as a moisturizer.
$12.50 SheaCoCo: A mixture of skin soothing Shea butter and Coconut oil.
Shea butter & Coconut oil
“Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants that help prevent aging and damage to our skin and hair. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties that help keep skin healthy and fight skin allergies and yeast infections that may be responsible for rashes, dermatitis and thinning hair,” says New York-based beauty expert and Physician, Dr. Monica Tadros.
$14.50 Shea’La: A mixture of skin soothing shea butter & lavender oil.
Shea butter & Lavender oil: Best known for its calming effects, lavender oil is also incredible at treating acne, the essential oils like lavender have the power to kill bacteria on the skin naturally, as well as to protect it from irritation and stress. Lavender also helps to balance hormone levels while offering many other benefits that promote better skin health. The skin on your head can be improved with lavender oil too. If you’ve got a dry, itchy scalp and dandruff, its powerful antiseptic and antimicrobial action makes it excellent for controlling the problem. Lavender essential oil has also been shown to be quite effective for treating hair loss, particularly for those who suffer from alopecia, an autoimmune disease where the body rejects its own hair follicles. A Scottish study reported that more than 40% of alopecia patients noted an increase in hair growth when they regularly rubbed lavender essential oil into their scalp.