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Butter up for the fall and winter months! Moisturize, nourish, and hydrate your skin with this luxurious quadruple Calendula infused body butter!. Quench and hydrate your dry, cracked winter skin!  This creamy non greasy butter melts on contact and quickly absorbs into your skin leaving it soft, moisturized and smelling good all day long!  

Infused Body Butters


    Perhaps one of the most popular vegetable butter is shea. It is extracted from the nuts of the sacred Karite tree, which means “Tree of Life” that grows mainly in West and Central Africa.  Raw shea butter has an ivory color with a nutty, earthy odor to it.  This semi-solid butter contains vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids like vitamin A, E, D and F and is ideal for sensitive skin.  The emollient and healing properties make shea butter an all around great choice for serious skin moisturizing! 


    The most distinguishable of the butters is cocoa butter because of its rich, mild, and creamy chocolate aroma.Cacao beans contain vitamins E and K. The powerful antioxidant in cocoa butter, vitamin E, is a natural collagen booster. This allows cocoa butter to help diminish stretch marks, lessen the appearance of scar tissue, improve the skins elasticity and allows the skin to heal more effectively. It also contributes to collagen production which in turn also aids with improving the elasticity of the skin.

    Mango Butter

    Mango butter (mango kernel fat) is extracted from the stone (seed) of the tropical mango, an irregular egg shaped fruit which is also known as mangifera indica.  The high vitamin, antioxidant and nutrient content make it a popular anti-aging ingredient for a glowing and youthful look! The quickly absorbing mango butter instantly increases moisture and production of collagen to aid in skins elasticity while slowing the degeneration of skin cells. Some swear by the benefits of mango butter for almost endless topical uses such as helping pre or post sunburn, frostbite, skin rashes, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis or frizzy hair while also relieving the itchiness from insect bites! While there is very little clinical research on the benefits of mango butter, some also use for pregnancy stretch marks, soothe acne scars, to calm allergies or stimulate the scalp for healthy hair growth.


    Garcinia indica, a plant in the mangosteen family, commonly known as kokum, is a fruit-bearing tree that has culinary, pharmaceutical, and industrial uses. Highly moisturizing, kokum butter helps heal dry and cracked skin especially lips, elbows, knees and soles of feet. It may also aid in improving the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Kokum butter is rich in essential fatty acids, which softens the skin and helps promote elasticity. Because of its rich emollient properties, kokum butter is easily absorbed by the skin and lips, so it’s healing properties can penetrate deep into the layers of the dermis rather quickly. 


    Calendula has been used to treat a variety of skin conditions.Research has shown that calendula may treat diaper rash, wounds, vaginal yeast infections, and other conditions. Calendula has also been used as a pain and inflammation reducer, prevent blood from clotting too much (anti-thrombogenic)Have positive effects on blood sugar levels (antidiabetic)Help fight cancer (anticancer)Protect the brain (neuroprotective effects)


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