Care Beauty

Discover All About Face Beauty

Moisturizing the eyes with shea butter and the result is more than amazing

Make your own eye moisturizer with natural ingredients, and the result will make you dispense with an expensive cosmetic eye moisturizer. The eye skin is one of the areas most affected by the appearance of wrinkles. Because the skin around the eyes is the thinnest skin on the body and is more prone to dryness and it is constantly moving as we blink about 10,000 times every day. Therefore, it is the first place in the skin that shows signs of aging and aging.

Collagen production in the skin also decreases with age, which leads to an increase in the number of wrinkles and fine lines in the skin around the eyes. Therefore, the eye area requires special care to preserve it and its beauty. There are many creams available in stores that moisturize the skin around the eyes, but these creams contain toxic chemicals that are harmful to the skin. Therefore, it is best to apply natural recipes to care for the skin around the eyes and moisturize it.

In this article, we explain to you the most important natural ingredients and their benefits in making a moisturizing eye cream, especially shea butter and essential oils, and the way the cream works as well.

Eye Moisturizing Cream with Shea Butter and Essential Oils:

This wonderful cream consists of shea butter and some types of essential oils, which all work to maintain the health and hydration of the skin around the eyes.

Shea Butter :

Shea butter is one of the most important natural ingredients in making a moisturizing eye cream for the skin and skin. It is called “wonderful skin food” and is extracted from the fruits of the shea tree. It contains large amounts of vitamins (A) and (E), and it also protects the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun. Shea butter provides the skin with essential fatty acids and nutrition for the skin necessary to produce collagen. Shea butter also contains the fatty linoleic acid that works to protect and nourish the skin to prevent dehydration. Its high concentrations of vitamins and fatty acids make it an outstanding treatment for dry skin while maintaining nourishment and hydration and also reducing inflammation. A study proved that cinnamic acid, which is found in shea butter, and other natural compounds. It contains anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation.

Aloe vera gel:

Aloevera gel has been used for hundreds of years to moisturize, nourish and protect the skin. Fresh gel is extracted directly from the leaves of the aloe vera plant and contains 18 types of amino acids that work together to soothe and moisturize dry skin. Aloe vera gel is also very useful in treating and preventing the appearance of wrinkles and dryness, thanks to its high content of essential vitamins and minerals. They are vitamins (A, C, B12, E) along with zinc, calcium, magnesium, proteins and amino acids that help fight free radicals that can accelerate signs of aging and ageing such as wrinkles and fine lines. Aloe vera gel also helps restore moisture to the skin due to its natural moisturizing properties, making the skin smoother. Its anti-inflammatory properties also help reduce under-eye puffiness and dark circles.

Unrefined coconut oil:

Coconut oil  contains large amounts of healthy fats that provide the body with the necessary energy and increase the body’s ability to fight microbes. It also contains many beneficial health benefits for the skin. Saturated fats in the body are medium chain fatty acids and when applied to the skin help maintain the smooth texture of the skin while maintaining the moisture content at the same time. Coconut oil also contains vitamin E oil, which repairs and protects the skin and prevents the appearance of early signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines.

Coconut oil is able to penetrate the skin more deeply than the expensive commercial products you can buy from the store. This is due to its low molecular weight and the way it binds with proteins. Coconut oil is also a natural antibacterial, and antifungal, so coconut oil is used in the treatment of many skin diseases such as atopic skin.

Frankincense essential oil:

This oil contains natural anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, astringent and antiseptic properties. It is known for its ability to heal age spots and has other benefits such as increasing immunity, fighting cancer and eliminating colds. Frankincense essential oil  helps protect skin cells, stimulates the growth of new cells, and reduces the appearance of large pores. It also contains natural anti-aging properties that reduce wrinkles. It also tightens sagging skin and puffiness under the eyes.

Jojoba oil:

Jojoba oil is one of the best anti-aging oils, as it deeply moisturizes the skin. Jojoba oil contains hydrates without leaving the skin greasy, and it is also rich in many beneficial nutrients such as vitamin E, vitamin B, chromium, zinc and copper. It is also very similar to sebum, which is an oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands in the skin. With age, the sebaceous glands produce less sebum, which is why the skin dries out. This makes jojoba oil very useful because it plays the role of sebum in keeping the skin naturally moisturized. Jojoba oil is also useful for oily skin and acne as it is able to remove excess oil and oil buildup.

Jojoba oil moisturizes the skin by forming a fatty layer on the skin that traps water or reduces the dryness of the skin resulting from the loss of water in the upper layer of the skin. It also reduces skin flaking, rough spots and skin irritation. Antioxidants help reduce fine lines and wrinkles and slow down the natural signs of aging as well.

Lavender essential oil:

Lavender oil is one of the best essential oils for treating skin conditions. Because it helps to improve the cells inside the skin, and is used for aromatic purposes as well.

The health and beauty benefits of lavender oil are due to its natural anti-fungal and antiseptic properties. Which makes it effective in treating many skin conditions from acne and psoriasis to wrinkles and eczema. It also accelerates wound healing and sunburn, and contains powerful antioxidants that fight free radicals and prevent premature aging.

Vitamin E oil:Vitamin E oil is an essential nutrient and an antioxidant that has many benefits on the skin, especially when combined with other antioxidants. It helps prevent the appearance of wrinkles by increasing collagen production, which is important for skin tightening and elasticity. It also supports the growth of new skin cells and accelerates the growth of new skin cells. Cell regeneration.

How to make eye moisturizer:

the components :

  • 62 grams of shea butter.
  • 31 grams of pure aloe vera gel.
  • 31 grams of unrefined coconut oil.
  • 1 teaspoon of jojoba oil.
  • 5 drops of frankincense essential oil.
  • 5 drops of lavender essential oil.
  • Half a teaspoon of vitamin E oil (break a capsule of vitamin E, and squeeze the oil).

How to prepare :

Carefully place the shea butter, melted coconut oil, aloe vera gel, and jojoba oil in a bowl. Whisk the ingredients together using a paddle attachment, then slowly add the essential oils and mix well, then blend for a minute or two after adding all the ingredients. Then store the mixture in an airtight glass container.

Use the cream twice a day, once in the morning and once at night.

 

 

Share:
Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *