- ✅ Butter: Shea butter is naturally rich in Vitamins A and E as well as essential fatty acids and other vitamins and minerals. Shea butter is an intense moisturiser for dry skin, and is a wonderful product for revitalising damaged skin. It is also wonderful to use in the summer as a moisturiser before and after sun exposure to reduce the possibility of the skin peeling or becoming dried out.
- ✅Coconut Oil: This is a great oil for general moisturizing and serves as a protective layer, helping to retain the moisture in your skin. It also acts as a mild oil suitable for those with inflamed and irritated skin, and those with skin sensitivities. Sweet almond oil: Sweet almond oil contains fatty acids as well as vitamins A and E and penetrates easily into the skin.
- ✅Sunflower oil: An oil wealthy in oleic acids with high amounts of vitamins A, D, and E, it also has beneficial amounts of lecithin, and unsaturated fatty acids. Jojoba oil: It is bright and golden in colour, has a mild odour, and is favoured in the carrier oil family because of its advanced molecular stability. It makes a wonderful skin moisturiser because of it’s absorption properties that are similar to our skins own sebum.
- ✅Vitamin E oil: Vitamin E oil is great for preventing rancidity in cosmetics, and it acts as an anti-oxidant in lotions and body butters. Arrow Root Powder: Arrowroot powder is generally used as a substitute for cornstarch, which is highly processed and difficult to source in non-GMO varieties. Essential oils: sky is the limit when it come to scenting your body butter. Just add a few drops of whatever smells good or has a therapeutic effect to you.
- ✅Candilla Wax: Candelilla wax is a plant based wax and a suitable vegan alternative to beeswax. Although it makes an excellent DIY skincare ingredient in its own right. Like beeswax, this unique wax has quite a high melting point, and acts as a stabiliser and emulsifier in balms, creams, salves and lotions.
This Body Butter has a lovely gritty texture that massages and soaks into your skin. Why is homemade body butter the best moisturiser? Homemade butter for your body, is hands down, the nicest thing you can do for your skin. Body butters do not contain preservatives, and are very nourishing, unlike store-bought moisturisers and lotions. A popular complaint about homemade body butter is that it tends to taste greasy a little bit. Well, I've got a little trick up my sleeve to help with the "gratitude." My secret – yeah, a little goes a looonngg way first! For a large area you need only pea size-amount. Then rub it in till it gets absorbed, Aaah this is my little secret ! I love to make my recipes, and then read success stories in the comments, once in a while I get a small, selfish urge that tells me to keep a certain recipe to myself. This has been the case for my Body Butter recipe, that simply is…the best. It’s so delicious, moisturising without feeling greasy, and down-right wonderful, that I just wanted to keep it all to myself…for a little while at least. Why? Well, it’s just too lovely to keep to myself any longer, and so I decided to put it out there for sale. This simply is the most lovely body butter that just sinks into your skin leaving it smelling and feeling beautiful.
They are more than just trending words to catch consumers’ attention; vegan, cruelty-free and organic matters when it comes to skin care – here’s why: Vegan The greatest benefit of vegan skin care products is that they are created without the use of ingredients from animals or animal by-products. This means that vegan products are formulated without causing harm to any living being. Not only can you apply them to your skin with a clear conscious, you’re also helping the environment.
Vanilla & Sweet Orange Body Butter/Vegan/Organic/Smooths into Skin
After showering rub this lovely Cream all over your body for super soft silky feeling skin. Your skin will be refreshed and rejuvintaed after use.