Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter Giveaway - Ends 10-15-14

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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. 
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting.
The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.

Raw Shea Butter is one of the most nourishing and moisturizing natural skin care products on the market.  Have you ever tried using Shea Butter?  Shea Butter is an amazing moisturizer, that will help with many skin issues.  Shea Butter has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties.  The butter will nourish your skin with essential fatty acids, polyphenols and vitamins.  Plus it'll help heal and moisturize your skin, leaving it supple and smooth.  If you suffer from psoriasis, eczema, rashes, burns, skin allergies, dry skin, itching, chapping or acne, the Shea Butter can help heal your skin naturally!

Protecting Your Skin With Raw Shea Butter

For this review, I received one bag of Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter!  Shea Butter is absolutely AWESOME!  I put some of the softened Raw Shea Butter in a bowl, with coconut oil and essential oils to use as a moisturizer.  It definitely softens your skin and makes it feel well moisturized.  I would highly recommend the Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter!

It's been clinically proven to heal skin and reduce inflammation, plus it's a great anti-aging product.  The vitamin E (tocopherol) in the butter heals the skin and helps to prevent oxidation of the butter's essential fatty acids.  Shea Butter contains important nutrients, vitamins and other valuable phytonutrients that make shea therapeutic.

The Healing Benefits of Shea Butter:

  • Dry Skin
  • Blemishes
  • Wrinkles
  • Itching
  • Sunburns
  • Burns
  • Small Skin Wounds
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Skin Allergies
  • Insect Bites
  • Frost Bite
  • Rashes
  • Dry Skin
  • Stretch Marks
  • Reduces Scars
  • Inflammation
  • Hair Conditioner

Did you know that the moisturizers in Shea Butter is the same moisturizers that the sebaceous glands in the skin produce?  The Shea Butter mimics the healing effect that the moisturizer in the skin produces, making it the superior moisturizer and protectant.  Many people use Shea Butter for accelerating wound healing, it acts like an antioxidant and increases the skin's micro-circulation of blood.  The shea butter contains Vitamin E, Vitamin A and allantoin, which acts like an anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidants.  It's the allantoin and phytosterols in the shea butter that's probably responsible for the cellular growth, the resinous esters help heal the skin and wounds.

Compounds of Shea Butter

Fatty Acids:
  • Palmitic
  • Stearic
  • Oleic
  • Linoleic
  • Arachidic

  • Campesterol
  • Stigmasterol
  • Beta-sitosterol
  • Alpha-spinosterol

  • Cinnamic Acid Esters
  • Alph and Beta Amyrin
  • Parkeol
  • Buytospermol
  • Lupeol

The Secrets to Beautiful Hair
You can use Shea butter to lock-in moisture, without leaving a greasy residue.  Shea Butter will give you soft, compliant curls, repair and revitalize dry brittle hair.  Plus shea butter will protect your hair from heat and harmful UV rays, while soothing your dry, itchy scalp and gets rid of dandruff.

Check out the many uses of Shea Butter on my Pinterest Board!

This is another one of my favorite products, that I would stand behind and highly recommend!

Prize:  One Bag Of Nami Naturals Raw Shea Butter! ($10.99)

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nickie said... Best Blogger Tips

I would like to win because I love shea butter.

Nami Naturals said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you for your awesome review! We are glad that you are enjoying your Raw Shea Butter

Rosie said... Best Blogger Tips

I would soooo love to have this. I've been experimenting with DIY natural beauty products, and to make body butter I need the best shea butter - oh wow!!!!

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Elizabeth Lamontagne said... Best Blogger Tips

I am hoping to win so that I can try raw shea butter to treat my KP.

Derrick Todd said... Best Blogger Tips

I would love to win because this would be great to have and use especially since we're going into the Fall and Winter season which is brutal on your skin!

plmeek said... Best Blogger Tips

I want to make my own natural creams.

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