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Rich, Revitalising Body Butter
There are days when your skin feels so dry it requires deep hydration. That’s when you need the super-rich nourishment of thick, creamy body butter.
Body butter is the ultimate power moisturiser, restoring a soft, smooth feel to even the driest skin. Our luxurious body butters are packed full of natural ingredients to leave your skin feeling like silk.
What is the difference between body butter and body lotion?
Body butter and body lotion both moisturise. But body butter is richer, thicker and more intensive. Body butter usually comes in a tub.
The key difference is the mix of ingredients.
Body lotions are a combination of oils and water. They’re good for routine (rather than intensive) moisturising.
Body butters contain enriching butters and oils. Examples are rejuvenating marula, intensive cocoa butter and anti-ageing avocado.
Body butter penetrates the skin, forming a longer-lasting barrier that prevents more moisture loss than a lotion.
Why use body butter?
Use body butter when you know a lotion just isn’t going to cut it.
Body butter is the ideal product for dry and extra-dry skin. It’s especially useful on areas that need deep nourishment, like the legs, knees, feet, hands and elbows.
How do I use body butter?
Ideally, use body butter after a shower or bath when your skin is still warm and moist.
Apply a blob directly onto your skin and rub it in with firm strokes until it’s fully absorbed.
How often should I use body butter?
That depends on your skin.
You can use it every day. Alternatively, use it when your skin needs a luxurious hydration boost due to seasonal weather changes or skin-drying air conditioning.
Is body butter good for you?
Our range of body butters smell delicious and are packed full of natural ingredients like avocado oil, chocolaty cocoa butter and marula fruit.
They’re high in nutritious and nourishing vitamins, seed oils, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that restore skin elasticity and tone. They don’t contain any of the chemical “nasties” you find in some skincare products.
Can you put body butter on your face?
Body butters can be too rich to use on the skin of the face – it depends on your skin – but they can be used as lip balms, on your neck and décolletage.
Spot test the body butter to see how your skin reacts.
How do I keep body butter from hardening?
In warm temperatures, body butter may soften and in cold temperatures it may harden. Store your body butter at room temperature out of direct sunlight.