Shea butter and African Black Soap can help resolve these skin conditions

Posted on February 24th 2015 by Joanne Joseph No Comments

I read today that raw Shea butter can help with the irritation caused by the following skin conditions.  I am convinced African Black Soap used in imageconjunction with Shea butter or Cocoa butter can do more to help alleviate a variety of rash symptoms.


Here’s a list of Skin Conditions Raw Shea butter, Raw Cocoa Butter and Raw African Black Soap can help resolve:

  • Rash: Changes in the skin’s appearance can be referred to as rash. Rashes result from simple skin irritation and medical conditions.  Raw Shea butter is known to clear up rash quickly.  
  • Dermatitis: This refers to the inflammation of the skin. The most common form of skin inflammation is Atopic dermatitis (also known as a type of eczema).
  • Eczema: This is the type of inflammation that causes itchy rash due to an excessively active immune system.
  • Psoriasis: A condition known as ‘auto-immune’ condition that can cause a number of different skin rashes such as scaly plaques on the skin.
  • Dandruff: A scalp ‘scaly’ condition that occurs as a result of eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis.
  • Acne: A very common skin condition that affects over 80% of people at a point in time in life.
  •  Cellulitis: The dermis part of the skin is inflamed due to infection. Also this can be due to subcutaneous tissues.  This type of rash is painful and red.  Shea butter works wonders on this condition!!! If you massage raw Shea butter to the area affected you might find the inflamed dermis tissue clear up in a matter of hours!!  
  • Rosacea: A chronic skin condition that appears as red rash on the face that resembles acne.
  • Herpes: HSV-1 and HSV-2 virus may cause occasional blisters or irritation around the lips or the genitals.
  • Hives: Caused by an allergic reaction hives appear as raised, red, itchy patches on the skin.
  • Viral exantham: Cause a variety of red type rash that affect different areas of the skin.
  • Shingles (herpes zoster): Caused by the chickenpox virus, shingles is a painful rash on one side of the body.
  • Scabies: the consequences of micro mites that chew on the skin.  The result is scabies that cause intense itching on fingers, wrists, buttocks and elbows.
  • Ringworm: A skin infection due to fungal activity on the skin (known also as tinea).

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