All natural whipped body butter.
Rich whipped cream moisturizes with amazing scents.
Great moisturizer for body, hands and feet. Great for replenishing skin’s moisture after sun exposure.
Cocoa body butter ingredients: Cocoa butter, shea butter, jojoba oil & coconut oil.
Tangerine body butter ingredients: Tangerine butter, shea butter, jojoba oil & coconut oil.
Mange body butter ingredients: Mango butter, shea butter, jojoba oil & coconut oil.
Cocoa butter moisturizes to reduce dryness while increasing the skin’s elasticity. It has a smooth texture and sweet fragrance.
It softens and protects dry, chapped skin. Treats skin irritations. Helps erase wrinkles on neck, around eyes and mouth.
Aids to minimize stretch marks from pregnancy.
Shea butter is a particularly effective moisturizer because contains so many fatty acids, which are needed to retain skin moisture and elasticity.
Tangerine butter is produced from the cold pressed oil extracted from the peels of fresh tangerines and blended with hydrogenated vegetable oil to create a sweet and tantalizing scented butter. It contains high levels of Vitamin A, which has been shown to be an effective treatment for oil prone skin, especially those who suffer from acne. Tangerine oil is also noted in aromatherapy fro its stress relieving benefits.
Mango butter is rich in antioxidants and emollients as well as Vitamins A and E. IT can be used to soften and moisture rough dry skin. Its natural properties are useful for treating the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Coconut oil is useful in formulations for dry, itchy, sensitive skin. It will not clog pores, and it absorbs readily into the skin. Coconut oil is light and non-greasy.
Benefits of Coconut Oil
•Won’t clog pores
•Absorb quickly into the skin
Jojoba oil closely resembles the sebum produced by human skin. This makes the oil especially suitable for any skin type. Jojoba oil has a very long shelf life and is absorbed easily by all skin types.
Jojoba oil, like other natural oils, is considered a “natural moisturizing factor”. Just like the lipids that are naturally found in your skin, it helps fight surface roughness, flaking, and fine lines. But it isn’t reserved just for those who have dry skin. People with acne-prone skin, who suffer more than others from clogged pores and blackhead formation, tend to avoid oil-based products like the plague. They assume that all oil-based products will make their acne worse.
Not so! Due to the unique molecular structure of jojoba oil, not only will it mix readily with the skin’s natural oils, but studies have shown that it can even inhibit the growth of certain types of bacteria associated with acne.