Organic Whipped Body Butter
What better way to treat yourself daily than by offering the best quality body butter to make your skin beautiful. Our whipped body butters are made to order and include the following organic and natural ingredients:
Organic, Unrefined Shea Butter
Extracted from the Shea nut and left completely unrefined. Shea butter contains natural vitamins A and E, as well as essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are the building blocks of healthy skin cells, keeping the skin hydrated and looking younger. Additional skin benefits include:
- moisturizing properties
My Shea butter comes from Burkina Faso, Africa and is certified organic.
Organic, Virgin Coconut Oil
Extracted using a cold-process method, the best benefits of coconut oil are:
- anti-fungal properties.
It is the best option for those who suffer from eczema. It quickly penetrates the skin for a powerful moisturizing and hydrating effect. More benefits of coconut oil include the delay in the appearance of wrinkles and sagging of skin, which normally accompany aging. Coconut oil's antioxidant properties are to thank for that!
Pure Mango Butter:
Extracted from the shelled fruit kernel of the mango tree. It is highly emollient, softening and soothing to the skin. Mango butter has protective effects against UV radiation and also helps treat skin rash, eczema, insect bites, and poison ivy.
Pure Grapeseed Oil
Extracted from grape seeds. Simple! It's non-comedogenic which is just a fancy word for "it doesn't clog pores". It is known to treat:
- tighten skin
- help diminish dark circles around the eyes
- reduce scars
- restore collagen
- fight aging
The oil can also offer protection against sun damage, and it has astringent properties which work to tighten the skin. Because it contains linoleic acid, it can also benefit a variety of skin problems, including acne, eczema and dermatitis.
Organic Vegetable Glycerin:
Pure vegetable glycerin is derived from plant seed oils like coconut or soy. I use it in soaps and body butters because it maintains water balance. Glycerin is what is called a humectant, meaning that it attracts water. When glycerin or glycerol is applied to the skin, it seals in moisture that might otherwise escape.