Bad Breath Relief

Therapeutic Ingredients To Look For In Body Butter

Body butter can be a nice, intense moisturizing option for your skin. People often like to use it in the winter when dry, chapped skin is more of an issue. Any natural body butter should be fairly effective at relieving dry skin. But if you have some other underlying skin problems you'd like to address, then you may want to look for a body butter with one or more of the following therapeutic ingredients.

Shea Butter

Shea butter is a semi-solid, fatty substance from the shea tree. It grows in and is a popular cosmetic ingredient in Africa. The texture of shea butter already lends itself well to body butter, so you'll see it in quite a few formulas. It's good at relieving the itchiness and flakiness associated with eczema or psoriasis.  Shea butter may also encourage your skin to produce more collagen, which will help fill in wrinkles and fine lines. This benefit will take time to notice; you won't see a huge improvement in wrinkles with one or two uses.

Aloe Vera

You're probably used to seeing aloe vera in gels and ointments, but some body butters contain it, too. Aloe vera gel, on its own, is pretty liquid and messy. So, using a body butter that contains aloe is a nice alternative. Aloe is primarily known for its soothing qualities. It's a great ingredient to look for if your skin is chapped, wind-burned, sunburned, or otherwise irritated.

Green Tea Extract

Green tea extract is an ingredient that is increasingly appearing in a lot of cosmetic products in general — and recently in a lot of body butters. You may be aware that green tea is high in antioxidants. That's true of green tea extract, too. Its antioxidant content makes it good for managing acne and breakouts. It can also help brighten the skin, which is always nice in the winter.

Avocado Butter

Avocado butter is sometimes used as the base oil in body butters. Other times, it is paired with almond oil or shea butter. In any case, avocado oil is rich in various unsaturated fatty acids that can not only moisturize your skin in the moment, but keep it moister overall. It may also help ease the symptoms of eczema.

If you're shopping for a natural body butter, look for one with one or more of the ingredients above. You won't be disappointed in the results. For more information on organic body butters, contact a professional near you.

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Bad Breath Relief

I’m always embarrassed when my loving husband gently offers me a mint. For us, offering the other person a mint is code that he or she has bad breath. Regardless of how many times I brush my teeth or gargle mouthwash a day, I still sometimes suffer from bad breath. I especially deal with this issue after eating some of my favorite foods like onions, peppers, or fish. After researching this embarrassing problem online, I’ve discovered many natural remedies for it. Many of them revolve around things you probably already have in your pantry. On this blog, you will find out about different natural cures for bad breath.