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SHEA BUTTER
Shea butter is a pale yellow or ivory oil obtained from the walnuts of the African shea butter. It is one of the most powerful natural moisturizers known in the world. It is generally used in cosmetics. Shea butter is edible, so it can also be used in cooking. For example, in some chocolates, it is used instead of cocoa butter. Since it melts at body temperature, it is easily absorbed by the skin and does not leave a greasy feeling.
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ALOE VERA
The aloe vera plant, which is defined as the "magic wand of heaven" by the Indians, the "plant of immortality" by the Egyptians, the "fountain of youth" in the clay tablets of the Sumerians, and one of the 16 sacred plants in the Ayruveda of the Indians, is a cure-all, a miracle plant. The plant, which has been used in different applications by many civilizations throughout history, is still used as a solution to many ailments today. This plant, which is frequently seen in the homes of cactus lovers, is a healing store for the human body as well as the aesthetic visuality it adds to the environment. In many countries, aloe vera is grown commercially, making it easier to access the plant. Let's get to know this miraculous plant together!
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OZONE
Some researchers believe that ozone has therapeutic effects and the therapy has been studied and used for over 150 years. A layer of ozone is found in the earth’s stratosphere. Its primary purpose is to protect the earth from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, most of which it absorbs. In medicine, ozone therapy is used to disinfect and treat conditions by applying it where disinfection is needed, improving the body’s intake and use of oxygen, as well as strengthening the immune system.