Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil & Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil & Tocopherol
What is Jojoba Butter?
An excellent emollient and rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin E, Jojoba is known for being similar in composition to the skin’s sebum and is an excellent ingredient that helps balance oil production whilst also acting as a humectant, sealing in moisture by creating a protective film over skin and hair.
What are the benefits of using Jojoba Butter on your skin?
This natural butter is a luxurious product that absorbs very well into the skin without leaving a greasy feel. It provides long-lasting hydration that repairs and strengthens, leaving your skin moisturised and feeling soft and smooth all day.
What are the benefits of using Jojoba Butter on your hair?
Can be used in hair products to help with restoration of damaged and dull hair, leaving a silky shine. The natural oils in Jojoba Butter encourage hair growth as well as keeping the scalp hydrated.
What does Jojoba Butter look like?
Off-white to cream in colour with a soft texture.
What does Jojoba Butter smell like?
A neutral aroma, characteristic.
How to use Jojoba Butter
The soft and buttery consistency of this one-of-a-kind product is very easy to work with and makes an excellent base for a simple Body Butter or Massage Butter. Just stir in Essential Oils of your choice, and you’ll have an all-natural ready to use butter that’s free of chemicals and full of skin loving benefits!
It can be used alone or in products such as face and body creams, lotions, natural soap and lip care products. Recommended rate for formulations is approximately 8-10%.
History and origins of Jojoba Butter
Derived from the desert shrub Simmondsia Chinensis which is native to America, the seeds are cold pressed to extract the natural oils and mixed with Vegetable Oil to create a butter.
How is Jojoba Butter made?
It is produced using pure Jojoba Oil and hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, mixing the fatty acids and unsaponifiable elements of the latter.
Is Jojoba Butter suitable for vegans?