Coffee Body Butter
Mmm, mmm, mmm! The comforting, relaxing, provocative aroma of fresh ground coffee -- in a silky, fast-absorbing body butter!!
Coffee softens skin, releases cellulite and contains anti-oxidants with abundant essential fatty acids. Yes, coffee is good for the skin. It helps fight blemishes and acne, promotes the skin's regenerative processes and according to some sources, may inhibit ultraviolet rays that cause skin damage.
Delicious coffee aroma along with the extraordinary fatty acid profiles and skin-nourishing benefits of kukui nut oil and black currant oil. Jojoba butter loves skin just as much as jojoba oil. Amazing stuff!! A real treat for both body and nose.
Excellent for all skin types, dry skin areas and all-weather pampering. Let your skin breath and regenerate today with this silky body butter! Concentrated so a little goes a long way.
Ingredients: Jojoba Butter, Italian roasted Coffee-infused Grapeseed Oil, Coffee Butter, Kukui Nut oil, Black Currant oil, Beeswax, Fragrance, & Vitamin E.
Note: Variances in fragrance strength may occur; variances in nose sensitivity will also occur. The product's skin-softening and moisturizing characteristics are not disturbed by scent variances.
Packed in stylish 1-oz jars. (jar style may vary from that shown)
Since handcrafted soap is all natural, it deserves a specific care plan to ensure a happy, long-lasting relationship between you and your soap.
Handcrafted soap is 1/3 glycerin naturally. Glycerin is a humectant meaning it attracts moisture. If left in water, glycerin in this soap will absorb water and the bar will begin breaking down. Handcrafted soap is best stored out of water so that it air dries; this means resting on a draining soap dish or standing on its side, out of the spray range of a shower head.
Take appropriate precautions to safeguard the life of your soap. We stock several soap dishes at reasonable prices.
When using soaps for body cleansing, longevity improves if you avoid rubbing the bar directly onto the body. Instead, use hands, washcloth or other bathing instrument to apply the soap to your body. This will also minimize encounters with any large pieces of herbs or exfolliants.
Store in a cool, dry place, preferably NOT under the sink if you have metal pipes. (The soap's glycerin can attract moisture from condensation on pipes heated as hot water flows through it.) Many people report storing soaps in linen cupboards and dresser drawers to freshen towels and clothing.
As with any skin care product, if irritation develops, discontinue use. As with any soap, avoid eye contact and do not eat the soap. Keep all soaps out of the reach of children. While every precaution has been taken to minimize this, products may contain large pieces of additives; exercise care when using.
If you are allergic to any ingredients in a soap bar, do not use the soap!
Some soap blends contain nut oils. Every effort has been made to note this in a description; however, no warranties or guarantees are made in this regard. Additionally, all soap making equipment is shared.