Avocado butter: A very rich, moisturizing treatment, but it can be a little heavy or greasy.
Coconut oil/butter: A study on humans revealed coconut oil increases hydration and reduces evaporation in the skin. Coconut oil has so many benefits and uses. READ MORE from our friends over at Natural Healers.
Cocoa butter: A very good butter for trapping in moisture as it stays on the skin as a barrier.
Mango butter: A very creamy butter, doesn't go grainy after melting. It is less greasy than other butters and very emollient.
Olive butter: Olive butter offers the goodness of olive oil, which includes high level of phytosterols and humectant qualities.
Shea butter: Shea butter penetrates deep into skin and returns elasticity. It has high levels of Vitamins A and E, as well as phytosterols, fatty esters, and phenolic acids. May help repair skin damage.It softens and heals cracked and aged skin.
Orange Butter: is derived from Orange Peel oil and Orange Peel Wax, specifically from the Florida area, and is obtained by cold pressing of Orange Peel.
The natural oil contains Limonene, which is a very effective free radical scavenger. Orange Peel Oil has a cleansing and toning effect on skin that can improve oily skin and acne problems.
Lemon Butter: is derived from Lemon Peel oil and Lemon Peel Wax, specifically from the California area, and is obtained by cold pressing of Lemon Peel.
The natural oil contains Limonene, which is a very effective free radical scavenger. Lemon Peel Oil has a soothing and toning effect on skin and can reduce scar tissue and improve circulatory processes.
NOTE: Both Lemon Butter and Orange Butter contain a high level of Bioflavonoids (polyphenols). Bioflavonoids have anti-cellulite, anti-inflammatory, and many other protective benefits for skin. They are locally made in the USA
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