Butters

ALMOND BUTTER (comedogenic rating 2)


Almonds contain healthy fats, as well as omega 3 fatty acids, which can help to improve the texture of your skin. Almonds and almond butter provide your body with vitamin E, an antioxidant that can help to fight skin damage.




ALOE BUTTER BLEND (comedogenic rating-aloe 0-1 & coconut 4)


A blend of coconut oil and Aloe Vera extract which leaves the skin feeling soothed and moisturized. CHAMOMMILE BUTTER, Chamaemelum Nobile (comedogenic rating of the extract is 0) Chamomile Butter is an extract of whole Chamaemelum Nobile (Chamomile) flowers into an exotic butter base; this process produces a smooth, velvety "butter" at room temperature that has a wonderful aroma and an elegant skin feel.




COCOA BUTTER (comedogenic rating 4)


Unrefined with an odor of chocolate and natural color, our pure cocoa butter is extracted from the seed kernels or the cocoa plant. This is a relatively hard butter that’s all natural, expeller pressed and obtained from whole cocoa beans, which are fermented, roasted, and then separated from their hulls. About 54–58% of the residue is cocoa butter; a semi-solid to solid oil that is extremely moisturizing for dry, chapped skin. It’s high **stearic (~34-36%), *palmitic (~24-29%) and oleic acid (~30-40%) content makes it a comedogenic oil more suitable for use on the body as a deep moisturizer. Some use it sparingly around the eyes as an effective anti-aging eye balm or on rough patches of the skin. Not typically suitable for acne prone skin. **See "Other Ingredients" to learn more about these naturally occurring materials




MANGO BUTTER (comedogenic rating 0-2)


An excellent moisturizer for the skin. It's known to combat dry skin, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, and other dry, inflamed skin conditions. It has also been reported that Mango Butter reduces fine lines and wrinkles, stretch marks, and soothes rashes, insect bites, and sunburns. If you have dry skin, this decadent butter may work well for you as it has a lower chance of clogging pores compared to cocoa butter.




SHEA BUTTER, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter (comedogenic rating 0-2)


When it comes to your skin health, Shea Butter is an 'all-star' known to restore skin's elasticity. Native to Africa, shea butter is extracted from the seeds of the fruit of the Karite Tree that coincidentally translates to ‘Tree of Life.’ Shea is considered one of the best anti-aging agents out there, mainly because it's known to help to stimulate the production of collagen, which can slow down as we get older, leading to fine lines, dryness and slack skin. If used regularly, shea butter can help to reduce wrinkles, firm skin and maintain a healthy glow. Naturally rich in skin-optimizing Vitamin A, E and F, it’s your vitamin-packed skin savior. Its high fat content means it is an excellent natural emollient and humectant, locking in moisture and keeping skin hydrated.