While the oil craze is often what we focus on in such circles, we can't forget the natural butters and how they also provide amazing benefits for the skin and hair. Mowrah butter originates from India and is derived from the Mahuwa fruit tree.
The kernels, as well as the fruit of the tree, are combined together to make the butter itself. There are a number of reasons why this butter is beneficial to both the hair and the skin. The butter is rich in oleic, linoleic and palmitic acids, which help it provide both with hearty nutrients.
Dry Skin Conditions
Because this butter is so deeply nutrient rich, it provides the skin with proper hydration that it so desperately needs. Dry skin can be incredibly cumbersome and even painful. Many skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema can be perpetuated and be made worse with dry skin. Dry skin can even prematurely age you. You can treat your dry skin easily and effectively with mowrah butter.
While everyone has scarring and darker marks on various parts of their skin, some are more obvious and harsh than others. Scar fading and even the complete removal of scars can be incredibly difficult. Some scar tissue is just naturally more stubborn than others.
The age of the scar and type are typically indicative of how likely the scar will be to diminish or not. There is a natural astringent within mowrah butter that helps to tighten and rejuvenate old skin.
Eye Makeup Remover
The eyes are the most sensitive part of the face. The gentle components within this butter make it a great makeup remover option because the oil helps to properly break down makeup that is hard to dissolve or takes a bit of time to eradicate.
Just a tiny amount of the butter on a cotton ball will eliminate the remnants of mascara, eyeliner and eyeshadow without much effort. What's more is the butter won't cause unnecessary irritation to the eyes. It's completely safe to use around the very sensitive skin there.
One of the most impressive aspects of this butter is that it can and does replenish old, dead skin cells with new ones at a faster rate. When dead skin cells gather on the skin they can cause a whole host of problems. They can cause acne, sun spots and other skin damage.
In the presence of mowrah butter, your skin will not only be moisturized but free from the gunk that weighs it down. This helps to prevent the signs of aging from prematurely creeping up on you and making you suffer even more skin consequences.
Similarly to how it can be used on the skin, this butter is great for dry, unruly and damaged hair. If you use too much heat on your hair or manipulate it too often, you may notice that it gets very dry and it's hard to keep properly hydrated. Mowrah butter will take care of all of that as it replenishes your hair and provides it with just the right amount of moisture.
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