Aspenwood Bath and Body - Quality Bath and Body Products Using Cocoa and Shea Butter and Other Botanicals

 

Aspenwood Bath and Body Uses Natural Ingredients Like Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Aloe Vera, Lavender, Chamomile, and Many Other Botanicals.

Read About Some of the Benefits of the Most Commonly Used Ingredients in Aspenwood Products.


Shea Butter


Mangifolia (Karite) Tree - Shea Butter is Extracted From the Fruit of the Tree

Shea Butter is produced from fruit of the African Mangifolia (Karite) tree. This natural extract is rich in vitamins and anti-oxidants. Shea Butter is effective in treating dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, stretch marks, burns, sunburn, windburn, wrinkles, and other skin problems. Shea Butter is an effective natural moisturizer to prevent many skin problems.

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Cocoa Butter

Cocoa is the fruit of the cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao, which grows in the Tropics. In its natural state it can grows to 30-50 feet high and bears flowers and fruits all year long. Inside these fruits are the raw seeds called cocoa beans. Cocoa Butter comes from the nourishment for the embryo. Cocoa Butter Prevents drying of the skin and development of wrinkles. Reduces degeneration of skin cells and restores skin flexibility. Cocoa butter is an active ingredient in lipsticks, hand creams, moisturizing soaps, emollient creams for normal or dry, sensitive and delicate skins.

Lavender

Lavender Assists in the healing of wounds (aiding in the formation of scar tissue) and helps to rejuvenate the skin. Lavender is also Used to treat acne, cuts, burns, sunburn, inflammation, psoriasis, sores and wrinkles. Lavender is also Calming, refreshing and relaxing.

Aloe Vera

There are Over 240 Different Species of Aloe. Aloe grows mainly in the dry regions of Africa, Asia, Europe and America. The aloe vera leaf contains over 75 nutrients and 200 active compounds, which includes 20 minerals, 18 amino acids, and 12 vitamins. Today, One of the most commonly known benefits of Aloe Vera is as a mild anesthetic. It is known to relieve itching, swelling and pain.

Chamomile

Chamomile is a low-growing perennial that looks much like a Daisy. It grows well in areas with moist, but well drained soil.

Uses of chamomile are endless. But for skin care, Chamomile Sooths and acts as an anti-inflammatory. Chamomile also helps Tones down redness and lightens complexion.

In Germany, Chamomile Topical Cream became a popular treatment for a wide variety of skin disorders, including eczema, bedsores, postradiation therapy skin inflammation, and contact dermatitis (e.g., poison ivy).

 


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