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Our Natural Ingredients

Updated: Jan 8

Let's face it we have all given in to the " all-natural" claims on the body products, getting disappointed only to see all the synthetics on the ingredients label. Prepare for a glimpse of our all-natural ingredients leaving you enlightened.



Butters

Butters is the base of our body butter. These body butters have many benefits for your skin and overall health. You will learn the different kinds of butters used in our product to reassure you.


Shea Butter

Shea butter is fat that's extracted from the nuts of the shea tree. They are native to West Africa, most shea butter comes from that region. The benefits of shea butter include moisturized skin, reducing inflammation, preventing premature aging, protecting cardiovascular health, and lightening the skin, among others. Sheabutter also helps remove stretch marks and protects against diaper rash. The composed series of organics acids, including oleic acid, stearic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, and arachidic acid, will keep your skin hydrated and healthy.




Coconut Oil

From taming frizzy hair to moisturizing dry, flaky skin to keeping your heels smooth and fungus-free, this natural ingredient has a wide range of beauty-boosting and healing properties. The benefits are natural defensive skin barrier, softening power, anti-aging. It has a high concentration of lauric acid and is rich in vitamin A, E, and K has a very strong affinity with the proteins of the skin and hair, which gives it a very good penetration.



Cocoa Butter

Used by Mayans and Aztecs for medicinal purposes more than 3,000 years ago, cocoa butter continues to be an important ingredient in today's beauty products. The benefits include anti-inflammatory, hydrates skin, natural sun-screen, improves skin's natural elasticity, and slows down premature aging. Cocoa butter is a popular treatment for smoothing marks, blemishes, and scars. One of the oldest remedies for healing dry skin, moisturizing, and keeping your skin supple.


Mango Butter

Did you know that mangoes were traditionally used as part of medicines to speed up the wound-healing process? Eventually, it was discovered that mangoes could also help significantly support your skin health. Fat derived from the mango seeds possesses excellent moisturizing properties that contribute to nourishing your skin and keeping it healthy. The benefits include prevent inflammation and itching in the skin, protects from UV Rays, prevents the development of wrinkles. It also helps with eczema and psoriasis.


Kokum Butter

Kokum trees, formally known as "Garcinia Indica" are used in a variety of culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal applications. Kokum butter benefits in a variety of conditions, including acne, aging, inflammatory skin conditions, and dry skin and hair. Kokum butter won't clog your pores or cause acne. Cocoa and coconut butter are much more likely to clog pores and shouldn't be used on your face.


*Tip: Whenever you get a skincare product, make sure you skin test it first. This will let you know if you are allergic to it or your skin is irritated by it.





Avocado Butter

Avocado Butter is popular for its extensive range of cooking properties. According to experts, the fruit is a versatile ingredient whose butter can be beneficial for the skin in many ways. The benefits include healing dry skin, treats acne, nourishes and moisturizes the skin, speeds up the wound healing process, improves nail health. If you are looking for a product that can effectively reduce the signs of aging, then get avocado butter as an ingredient to add to your chart.




Overall

Most Body Butters, including the ones, listed above benefit the skin for healing, nourishing, and moisturizing, purposes while also promoting self-care. There are many different kinds of body butters to use and help treat and satisfy your skin on your beauty journey. This is why we recommend you all our products to our online store.


















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