Supremely decadent and deeply moisturizing, our Whipped Body Butter collection is capable of nourishing even the driest of skin. A base of water-rich aloe vera and soothing rose hydrosol replenishes lost hydration. Ultra rich cocoa butter, avocado butter, and blackcurrant oil coat skin with essential moisture to fortify skin’s delicate lipid barrier, effectively relieving dry, itchy skin. This thick and creamy body butter is infused with the scent of sweet, decadent vanilla.
Scoop quarter-sized amount into clean, dry fingers. Gently massage all over the body, or target areas needing intensive moisture.
EVERY INGREDIENT WE USE IS BENEFICIAL, HERE ARE A FEW:
VITAMIN E (TOCOPHEROL)
Vitamin E restores and protects from free radical damage.
Argan oil provides intense moisturization and skin healing benefits.
Shea Butter deeply moisturizes and reinforces skin.
Avocado softens and moisturizes.
Cocoa Butter softens and moisturizes.
COMPLETE LIST OF INGREDIENTS:
Theobroma Cacao Seed (Cocoa) Butter, Persea Gratissima Oil (Avocado Butter), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Argania Spinosa Kernel (Argan) Oil, Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Seed Oil, Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe Vera)* Leaf Juice, Euphorbia Cerifera (Candelilla) Wax, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Extracts of Euterpe Oleracea (Acai Berry) Fruit, Resveratrol, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf, Garcinia Mangosteen (Mangosteen) Peel, Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Fruit, Aristotelia Chilensis (Maqui Berry), Sambucus Canadensis (Elderberry) and Vitis Vinifera (Muscadine Grape) Skin, Extract of Lonicera Caprifolium Flower, Lonicera Japonica (Honeysuckle) Flower, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf, Origanum Vulgare (Oregano) Leaf, Thymus Vulgaris Flower/Leaf (Thyme), Hydrastis Canadensis (Goldenseal), Ethyl Alcohol (Grain Alcohol), Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla) Fruit Flavor * Certified Organic
Natural ingredients may vary in color and consistency
Q. What is the difference between butter and whipped butter?
A. Butter is a dairy product made by churning cream or milk to separate the butterfat from the buttermilk. It is typically solid at room temperature and has a rich, creamy taste. Whipped butter, on the other hand, is butter that has been whipped to incorporate air and make it lighter and fluffier. The process of whipping butter involves beating it at a high speed with a mixer until it becomes light and fluffy, which creates a spreadable and more easily spreadable texture. The flavor of whipped butter is similar to regular butter, but the texture is lighter and more spreadable, making it easier to use for things like spreading on bread or melting on hot foods. While the taste of whipped butter is the same as regular butter, the texture and spreadability can make it more convenient to use in some cases.
Q. What does whipped body butter do?
A. Whipped body butter is a type of skincare product that can provide a range of benefits for the skin. Some of the things whipped body butter can do include:
Moisturize: The rich blend of natural ingredients in whipped body butter, such as shea butter and coconut oil, can help to deeply moisturize the skin, leaving it feeling soft and hydrated.
Nourish: Whipped body butter can help to nourish the skin with vitamins and antioxidants that can help to improve the overall health and appearance of the skin.
Protect: The natural ingredients in whipped body butter can help to protect the skin from environmental stressors such as pollution and UV radiation.
Soothe: Whipped body butter can help to soothe dry, rough, or irritated skin, and may also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Customize: Whipped body butter can be customized with different scents or additional ingredients to suit individual preferences and skincare needs.
Q. What is the difference between whipped body butter and body butter?
A. The main difference between whipped body butter and regular body butter is their texture and consistency. Whipped body butter has a lighter, airier texture and is more whipped than traditional body butter, which is typically denser and more solid. This is because whipped body butter is made by incorporating air into the mixture through whipping, which makes it softer and more spreadable.
Both whipped and regular body butter can offer similar benefits to the skin, such as moisturization, nourishment, and protection. However, because of its lighter texture, whipped body butter may be more easily absorbed into the skin and less greasy than regular body butter, making it a better choice for people with oily or combination skin. Regular body butter, on the other hand, may be better suited for those with very dry skin or areas of the body that require a more intensive moisturizing treatment.
Q. Can you use vanilla extract in body butters?
A. While vanilla extract may have a pleasant scent, it is generally not recommended to use it in body butters because it contains alcohol and is designed for culinary use rather than topical application. Instead, it is better to use a fragrance or essential oil specifically formulated for use in skincare products. Fragrance oils and essential oils can provide a similar vanilla scent without the potential irritation and dryness caused by the alcohol content in vanilla extract. When adding essential oils or fragrance oils to body butter, it is important to ensure that they are diluted and added in safe quantities, as some oils can be irritating to the skin if used in high concentrations.