Avocado butter is popular for the hydration of dry, mature skin, and hair. This product is soft at room temperature and slowly melts on contact with the skin, and may be used from 3% in a product to 100% as a body balm. Especially helpful to nails and cuticles, it may be used to enhance the emollience of a variety of formulations including lotions, creams, after-sun products, conditioners, body butters, luxury soaps, baby-care products and lip balms.
Avocado Butter will make your skin look alive, vibrant and full of health. This amazing butter has wonderful moisturizing properties which helps penetrate deep into pores to give a beautiful natural glow to dry, chapped, and damaged skin. Avocado butter can be used as a body balm or a massage butter to soothe while healing fine lines and wrinkles.
The butter of an avocado can benefit many parts of your body from skin to hair, not to mention your health. The butter melts with ease and is used in tons of hair and skin products. As for skin, there are literally endless benefits, but here are some of the most important: helps to reduce dark marks, reduces/prevents wrinkles, hydrates and lightens skin tone, can be used as a sunscreen, helps to prevent breakouts and leaves your skin nourished and silky smooth. Dry or hard-to-tame hair will also benefit from this butter because of how rich, nourishing and softening it is.
• Lotions & Creams: 5 – 20 %
• Balms: 5 – 100 %
• Bar Soaps: 5 – 20 %
• Hair Conditioners: 2 – 5 %
Botanical Name: Persea americana
Aroma: Characteristic odor
Texture: It is a semi-hard/soft butter that melts on skin contact.
Color: White to off-white soft semi- solid fat.
Shelf Life: Up to 2 Years
(Store in airtight container in cool, dry location.)
Linoleic acid– 15%
Linolenic acid– 0.8%
Oleic acid– 65%
Comedogenic Rating– 3