Shea Butter with honey soap and the benefits for your skin

Shea butter with honey soap and It's benefits to your skin

 

 

Are you looking for an organic, vegan skincare product that not only moisturizes but also repairs your skin? Yes, some substances offer such benefits, like shea butter and honey.

Maybe you've heard about the benefits of shea butter on the skin as well as those of honey. But what about when you combine these two powerful products to form a bathing soap?

The effect is magical! Well, almost! It's not, in fact. It's simple science. Now let's see how shea butter and honey work together on your skin.

Benefits of Shea Butter on your Skin

Slows down aging

Shea butter is naturally rich in vitamins A & E, which are two antioxidants that are particularly effective in slowing down premature aging.

Moisturizes the skin

The vitamin E in shea butter also helps to keep the skin hydrated and supple, well-shielded against sun damage. This makes you look younger, even having gone into your 60s.

Keeps the skin moisturized

As a humectant, occlusive, and emollient, shea butter attracts moisture, creates a barrier to prevents moisture loss, and smoothens the skin.

Fights Acne and other skin conditions

Shea butter has been found to have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. Therefore, using shea butter on your face will prevent and fight off acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and other skin conditions.

Shea butter heals the skin

The fatty substance possesses anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe redness due to sunburn. Its vitamins A, E, and F content also boosts circulation and encourage rapid regeneration of new and healthy skin cells.

Relief to itching and dry skin

By moisturizing your skin, your itchy days are over.

Restores elasticity

One of the anti-aging effects of shea butter is by restoring your skin elasticity, therefore preventing the development of fine lines.

Reduces stretch marks

If your skin is riddled with stretch marks, think about shea butter.

Benefits of Honey on Your Skin

 

Removes excess oil

Honey is a natural humectant, so it moisturizes your skin but without leaving it oily. Using honey together with shea butter, you can be confident of full moisturizer without oil concerns.

Fights acne and pimples

Honey is antibacterial and antiseptic. In addition, by removing excess oil from the skin, honey prevents the formation of pimples and acne.

Fights of bacterial infections

Honey can be a fast remedy if you currently suffer bacterial infections like acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It also helps to prevent such skin conditions and inflammation.

Exfoliation

Honey works as a natural exfoliator, helping to replace dry, worn-out skin with a new, rejuvenated layer.

Anti-aging

The anti-aging properties of honey can never be overemphasized. Fully loaded with antioxidants, it slows down the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.

 

Why you should consider using the Shea Butter and Honey Soap

Using the Shea Butter and Honey Soap amplifies the benefits of both ingredients, helping you see considerable changes within a very short time.

And what's more, you bathe every day, so you can apply the Shea Butter and Honey Soap without creating extra time for a skincare routine.

 

But that's not even all. Our Shea Butter and Honey soaps are created and packaged to help you reduce your carbon footprint and help you stay committed to a sustainable lifestyle.

At Honam Naturals, all our products are natural, vegan, and cruelty-free. We also package the soap in cotton-reusable bags so that you can repurpose the bag after use.