Body Butter

Body Butter

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Ok - we know this isn't "soap"... but it is nourishing and protecting... and we think you'll love it!

Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii) has been used for centuries to keep skin soft, healthy and hydrated. Many women have heard of its ability to repair and prevent damage such as stretch marks.

Shea butter is also known as African Karite Butter which is extracted from the seed of the Shea tree (Vitellaria Paradoxa). This butter is smooth and creamy and gives a luxurious feel to your skin. Shea Butter has shown to be a superb moisturizer, with exceptional healing properties for the skin.

We combine Organic Shea Butter with Organic Olive Oil (Olea Europaea) and whip them to a souffle consistency. Then we add Vitamin E Oil, which not only is beneficial to your skin but also works to keep the body butter fresher longer. Then we add in the essential oils for a delicious scent.

The body butter comes to you a little more solidified like butter and should be kept in a cool location out of the heat and sunlight. We recommend that you apply a small amount and gently rub onto your skin to help moisturize and replenish.Use it after bathing, before bedtime, or anytime your skin feels dry. You will notice how good your skin feels afterward!

The body butter also works beautifully on skin parts that are prone to rough patches - like elbows, heels and knees. Best of all, this 4 oz. jar will last, because a little goes a long way!

We have listed some different scents, but if there is a particular scent that we don't have listed that you would like, just let us know and we'll be happy to make a custom Body Butter for you - no extra charge! (please email us first).

Our Body Butter is a wonderful gift too! Buy one for yourself and for a friend!

 

Ingredients: Organic Shea Butter, Organic Olive Oil, Vitamin E Oil, and Essential Oil.

 

Please Note: Some researchers have claimed that Shea Butter may be problematic for people sensitive to latex. Some people claim that Shea Butter is sourced from the nut of a tree that is somewhat related to the rubber tree, which yields latex, a common allergen. Others say that it has more to do with cross contamination and nut allergies, since Shea Butter comes from a type of nut. If you are allergic to tree nuts such as cashews, almonds, pecans and walnuts among others, this might include Shea Butter too. In any case, if you have a latex or nut allergy, you may be prone to become allergic to Shea Butter or to have an allergic reaction....just thought you should know. 

Also - If this applies to you - no fear - we can make this same body butter for you and use Wildcrafted Mango Butter instead - just send us an email and inquire.

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