Ingredient Feature: Shea Butter and Ahiflower Oil

Shea butter has multiple benefits from reducing premature facial lines and wrinkles to soothing irritated skin. This hydrating antioxidant soothes irritation.

 Shea butter is a plant lipid that comes from African shea tree nuts of Vitellaria Parodoxa and Nilotica. Its polyphenols – antioxidants – have anti-aging benefits and properties similar to those found in green tea.

 The ingredient goes into the skin well and protects the face from extreme temperatures. It is great for dry skin and can create softer, hydrated, plumper skin, especially during the dry winter months.

 The combination of components in shea butter also helps neutralize free radical damage, which reduces fine lines and wrinkles and fades age spots.

 Ahiflower Oil is derived from the plant, Buglossides Arvensis. Ahiflower is a powerhouse omega that offers an unparalleled combination of essential fatty acids.

 The ingredient is a natural moisturizer and has anti-inflammatory properties as well as a regenerative effect.

 Ahiflower is the richest plant source of omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids have been known to improve skin health. Ahiflower also contains omega 6. Both of these fatty acids have tremendous benefits for the skin when applied topically, especially when it comes to anti-aging and anti-inflammatory action.

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