This rich Aloe butter is pure Aloe Vera which has been extracted into a butter. You can either use it neat on the skin or as an ingredient in balms, creams, butters, lip balms etc.
Aloe butter contains all the skin soothing and restorative properties of Aloe vera, quickly hydrating and moisturising the skin.
Aloe vera has natural anti-inflammatory properties and can help to draw other ingredients to the skin. This makes it the perfect butter to blend with other essential oils for the skin to aid their effects. The butter itself is odourless.
Aloe Barbadensis in Cocos nucifera
Aloe extracted with coconut
Hard, similar to cocoa butter
12 - 18 months
Common Uses of Aloe Butter
After sun creams and lotions
Benefits of Aloe Butter
*Rich in Vitamins A, C, E, B, Choline, B12, Folic Acid, highly antioxidant and skin rejuvenating.
*Wound Healing & Anti-inflammatory
*Thought to provide penetrating power in skin preparations and may act as a carrier for other components