So much love for the 'Deep Moisturizing of 'Natures Vegan SkinFood, with its deep healing properties & its ability to soothe tired, weathered & dry skin. I stumbled across this by accident, and boy was I pleased I did ;) I had some leftover hemp seed oil & Shea butter, so I combined the two & created this divine, silky, smooth body butter. When in contact with the skin (warmth) it turns into a velvety liquid, perfect for penetrating deeply into the skin. I then added Manuka oil for the added benefits below. I know you will enJOY it as much as I have.
A Hand-Crafted body butter using only the finest of ingredients, organic & sustainably sourced. It is an ALL purpose body moisturizer, great for dried, cracked & flaky skin. The active ingredients are; Shea & Cacao Butter, Coconut & Hemp Seed Oil, vitamin E & Manuka oil.
FUN INFO; Don't confuse Manuka oil with Manuka honey, the oil comes from the tree. Manuka Oil is obtained from sustainably harvesting the leaves from the Manuka trees & extracting the oil through steam distillation. According to research Manuka Oil is actually 100 times stronger than Manuka honey when compared gram for gram! This incredible oil is an effective antibacterial, anti-fungal, antimicrobial & anti-inflammatory. One of the biggest differences between Manuka Honey & Manuka Oil however, is that Manuka Oil is completely vegan! Very safe on the skin, working a treat on damaged skin from sun or wind or other & scarring caused by acne, as it works to promote the regeneration of new skin (cell turnover).
Not tested on animals.
Amber glass jar to reduce light exposure & no tin or plastic leaching.
Store this Body Butter in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight & use within 1 year of purchase.
This listing is for 90gms of butter, stored in an 120ml amber glass jar.
Safety, please read all the ingredient list carefully to avoid any known allergens. External use ONLY. Discontinue use if signs of irritation or rash occurs. The information above is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent disease. Individual results may vary.