Due to the presence of fats, vitamins and natural antioxidants, shea butter has soothing, moisturizing and protecting effects. Shea butter helps to hydrate skin and soothe dry and damaged skin, leaving your skin feeling soft, smooth and supple.
Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil
Coconut oil is a pale yellow, semi-solid, oil that is pressed from the dried fruit of coconuts. It is composed of saturated triglycerides, particularly lauric and myristic fatty acids. It is classified by the cosmetic industry as both an emollient and occlusive skin conditioning agent, suggesting that it can help keep the skin hydrated, and looking soft and smooth.
Sunflower Seed Oil
Sunflower seed oil moisturizes the skin by helping to slow the loss of water from the skin. Sunflower seed oil also helps to condition the skin, keeping it looking soft, smooth and supple.
Panthenol is a precursor (pro-vitamin) to vitamin B5 and can be converted to vitamin B5 in the skin. Panthenol has been reported to help maintain the skin’s natural barrier functions and, thus, help keep the skin hydrated.