Cupuacu Body Butter
Cupuacu Body Butter
What is Cupuacu Butter?
Cupuacu is an exotic fruit that comes from the tropical rainforest of the Amazon Basin. This fruit is also the national fruit of Brazil. This exotic body butter is closely related to Cocoa Butter and smells slightly like pineapple and chocolate.
Cupuacu Butter For Dry Skin
Cupuacu butter can be used to potentially prevent dry skin, eczema, dry patches, dehydrated skin and flaky skin. This Body Butter is a rich emollient for those with extremely brittle dry skin. Cupuacu Butter hydrophilic properties makes it 4x more effective in locking in moisture than Shea Butter. YES, I said it, better than Shea Butter.
Cupuacu Body Butter Benefits:
- Helps to treat conditions such as eczema and psoriasis
- Improves skin’s natural moisture barrier
- Considered a super-moisturizer
- Increases and restores elasticity of the skin
- Safe for children with eczema
- Soothes itching skin due to dryness
- Eliminates stretch marks
- Soften tough skin on feet
- Beneficial for dehydrated, dry, cracked, brittle, or flaky skin.
- Cupuacu Butter 1 year
- Mango Butter 2 years
- Aloe Vera Butter 18 months
Cupuacu Butter, Aloe Vera Butter, Mango Butter, Jojoba Oil.
NO FRAGRANCE, NO WATER, NO COCONUT OIL. (This butter is paraben-free and cruelty-free.)
Cupuacu Butter is an excellent emollient that restores elasticity to the skin while providing antioxidants and hydration. It is one of best moisturizer because of its hydrophilic water retaining properties.
Mango Butter is emollient, highly moisturizing, and very nourishing. Mango Butter contains Vitamin C which helps it to boost the skin, brightening it. It also contains Vitamin A helps to increase the skin's youthful appearance, reducing fine lines.
Aloe Vera Butter contains all the key properties of Aloe Vera, Aloe Vera helps relieve burns and promote healing. It is skin soothing and restoring with rapid re hydration properties to quickly hydrate and moisturize the skin.
Jojoba Oil has a variety of healing properties that may make it effective in treating skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Jojoba oil itself is non-comedogenic, which means that it should not clog the pores.
The statements presented on this site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The use of herbs for the prevention or cure of disease has not been approved by the FDA or USDA. The products offered on this web site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please, use reasonable caution. I list all the ingredients here in case of allergies, but it is wise to do a patch test just in case you have a sensitivity.
How to store homemade body butter
- Store it in a cool, dark place
- Seal body butter tightly after use
- Do NOT get any water in your butter. Remember our exotic body butters are oil and butter based. They do not contain any water.