Dry Skin? Let It Battle With Cocoa Butter

Dry Skin? Let It Battle With Cocoa Butter

In sun kissed regions of the world, skin ailments and absolute dryness is a major problem. Most of the time people resort to strange over the board recipes and simply forgot that there still exist natural skin caring potions like Cocoa butter.

During the winter months, people usually choose to use a thicker, heavier moisturizer to combat dry skin and for dry skin care. Dry skin presents itself as a whitish tinge to the skin that is known as ash. Ash makes the skin look scaly and dull. It is readily visible on skin. Cocoa butter can also improve the texture of the skin, making it smooth and satiny. Both men and women use coco butter as a regular grooming product. Cocoa butter helps combat ash. Rub it all over the body in the morning, and it will keep ash away and moisturize the skin all day.

Women who are expecting babies use coco butter on their abdomens and hips to prevent stretch marks from appearing. Emollient coco butter can help keep stretch marks from appearing on healthy skin; it can also help to reduce the appearance of stretch marks that have already formed on the skin. Use coco butter frequently, at least twice a day to see a noticeable lightening of stretch marks.

Daily use of coco butter will help smooth and soften rough areas like knees and elbows. Use a loofah to slough away the rough spots and then add coco butter to moisturize and smooth those areas. Regular use of coco butter will also help to fade the dark spots on these areas, giving you a more even skin tone on unsightly knees and elbows.

Another one of the effects of Coco butter on African American skin is that it helps to reduce the appearance of dark spots that are caused by hyperpigmentation. Use coco butter on your face for a more even skin tone. It can also be used on the legs and other parts of the body to even dark spots from hyperpigmentation resulting from acne or insect bites.

Ladies who were playground athletes can use coco butter and watch the dark spot from old injuries fade and maybe even disappear. Dark spots from –

  • Chicken pots
  • Ring worms
  • Mosquito bites
  • Old cuts and burns

They do not have to leave you marked for the rest of your life.

Have a look at these reference-links now –

  1. How Cocoa Butter Helps Skin by ehow
  2. Using Raw Cocoa Butter by Hubpages
  3. Cocoa Butter Recipes by BBC
Posted in Cocoa Butter Benefits, Remedies and Cures, Skin Care, Uses of Cocoa Butter on Feb 26th, 2013, 2:01 pm by cocoa   

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