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Whipped body butter is a favorite in our business. It’s smooth, silky, and soft for your skin. It’s like a fluffy, creamy cloud. Whipped body butter is made with only all-natural oils with no chemicals, additives, or harmful ingredients. So every time you put it on your body, it’s creating a little protective shield from the world.
Why I love Whipped Body Butter
- It’s luxurary in a jar. Made with high quality oils, no chemical.
- Keeps your skin moisturized. Provide a protective layer to your skin. Oil seeps into your skin to nourish the inner skin layer while repairing and moisturizing the outler layer.
- A little bit goes a long way. You don’t need much. A small amount will go a long way. This allows for less waste, better for the environement due to less packaging. Cute reusable jars that you can repurpose for spice jars, cremes, or containers for your office.
- Helps with skin conditions: ezemna, rash, burns, etc.
Who should use whipped body butter?
Short answer anyone who has dry skin. Whipped body butter is like lotion but more concentrated. So a little bit of whipped body butter goes a long way. Whipped body butter is made with oils and butter that nourish the skin without chemicals or fillers. Everything in the jar is natural and meant to help your skin.
How to use whipped body butter?
One of the biggest questions is how to use whipped body butter; it’s easy but take a little time to figure out the perfect amount for your skin. If you use too much, it will be oily; it will not spread if you use too little. So first, take the amount of a small teaspoon in your hand rub your hands together. If you like the feel of it, continue with that amount. If you feel it is too light, add more. But try the small amount first. Oils and butter concentrate will take a little longer to soak into your skin than traditional lotions. But it will seep in.
How to store whipped body butter?
Store your body butter in a dry, cool area. Leave it in a room below 75 degrees will help it from melting. Keep it off window sills or anywhere near direct sunlight.