Avocado Butter

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INCI: Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil and Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil

Description

Avocado Butter exhibits excellent penetrating qualities and good spreadability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or carrier for treatment products.
Avocado Butter adds moisturizing attributes to creams, lotions and bar soaps and exhibits low comedogenicity on the skin. It may be used in all types of soap and toiletries to improve moisturization and soften rough, dry skin.

Suggested uses:
Creams, lotions, balms. Use from 3% to 100% pure (as a butter-like balm).


This product is intended for external use only
 

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Rated 5 out of 5

Great for your skin!

A beautiful, soft butter - one of my favourites!

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Rated 5 out of 5

Beautiful butter

Excellent quality. As always, with PureNature butters.

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I've bought various avocado butters online over the past 3 years but have finally found a butter that is of the quality it claims to be. Perfect texture, works superbly in the home made body butters I develop and Pure Nature ensure it arrives within a day or two of ordering. Won't go elsewhere now.

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Really good product for skin creams - I swapped shea butter for this and the results were awesome. Kinda leaves a sticky feeling but it goes away after your skin drinks it up xD

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I LOVE avocado butter!! I use it in my coconut oil skincare products I sell. My skin has never felt softer since I added avocado butter to my recipe.

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