Brief History of Organic Butters

Organic butters are just that - organic. Organic Body Butter: Then and Now

In the old days, making organic butter was very labor-intensive. Cosmetic companies spend and earn millions selling organic body care products. Dermatologists, mothers, and Oprah recommend organic body butters. Organic butters take this mantra further by hydrating your skin with nutrients that normally nourish the body. With organic body butters, you beautify, not toxify.

Using fresh all natural, organic ingredients allows me to customise your skin care products for oily, dry and sensitive skin types.

BATH TIME products are cranberry seed oil, emu oil, sunflower oil, shea butter, and green tea. Good for mature, sensitive and dry skin.

Any good organic face wash will contain natural ingredients such as aloe vera, jojoba oil, oat extract, chamomile and avocado oil.

Using organic oil from olive is a great way to care for the skin and protect it from environmental damage and free radicals. Olive oil naturally contains oleic acid, which is a great skin regenerator, which is why oil from olive is so well known for helping you to look ten years younger.

Organic oil from olive can bring moisture into the skin while letting sweat, sebum, and dead skin off the skins surface as it would naturally do. This oil also helps to add antioxidant into the skin, protecting it from free radicals, which helps with keeping the skin from aging. Organic oil from olive also helps the skin maintain or restore its elasticity.

As oil from olive is also an excellent carrier of oil, you will find this organic oil in body lotions items and other oils including eucalyptus, tea tree, or lavender infused oils. There are scrubs containing olive oil as well, and these clear dead skin away while moisturizing the new layer of skin underneath. Many massage, cuticle, and nail creams, as well as shampoos and leave-in conditioners, may contain organic olive oil to moisturize skin.