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Stick Of Butter

Stick Of Butter


A Miriam Be. Exclusive 


A Stick of Butter was created for ease of use.  It was made for those who want to use RAW butter but do not want the hassel of melting the entire jar of butter or tryig to scoop a small amount of hard butter out of the jar.


You can cut off a small piece or a large piece of butter, you can use as is or you can mix with another butter, you can melt it over a double boiler or you can melt it by applyig it directly to the skin and allowing your natural body heat to the melt it. 


A stick of butter is excellent creating your own DIY projects like Body Whips, Lip Butters, Hair Condtioners, Face Creams

  • Butter Info

    Sal Butter 

    • Sal Butter for skin: Sal seed butter specifically prevents the skin from being dry while also helping soothe it from itching it is excellent for calming Eczema Flare Ups 
    • Sal Butter for hair: Sal seed butter contains oleic acid, linoleic acid, and stearic acid which are all know to help nourish dry & rough hair. It also has properties that promote hair growth and prevent breakage. Since it enhances hair elasticity, you can be sure it will make your hair healthier all the time.
    • To use Sal butter as a hair mask, melt a tablespoon in double boiler setting and mix it with 3-4 tablespoons of oil of your choice. Massage all over your scalp and hair. Leave overnight and shampoo.

    Shea Butter 

    Shea butter works like an emollient. It might help soften or smooth dry skin. Shea butter also contains substances that can reduce skin swelling. This might help treat conditions associated with skin swelling such as eczema.

    Yellow Shea Butter 

    • Rich in vitamins A, E, and F to repair damaged skin and protect against UV rays
    • Non-comedogenic - won't clog your pores
    • Offers hair and skin protection from dangerous UVB rays
    • Antibacterial properties from the borututu root repairs skin and prevents infection
    • Our softest butter - creamy and easy to use directly or in hair wax, body butter, lotion, or lip balm

    Rich in Vitamins

    Vitamins A, E and F

    Natural source of Vitamins A, E, and F. Repairs skin damage and moisturizes without clogging pores.

    Borututu Extract

    Boosts collagen production and keeps skin hydrated by reinforcing the skin's natural oil barrier.

    Reduces Inflammation

    Perfect for use as a sore muscle rub and skin irritant soother to reduce inflammation.

    Mango Butter 

    Similar to cocoa butter, mango butter is an effective moisturizer and may help soften your skin. The abundance of Vitamin E and Vitamin C in mangos may help protect your skin from environmental stressors like sunlight, pollution, and even blue light from screens. These stressors can lead to damage and premature aging.

    Kokum Butter 

    Highly moisturizing, kokum butter helps heal dry and cracked skin especially lips, elbows, knees and soles of feet. It may also aid in improving the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Kokum butter is rich in essential fatty acids, which softens the skin and helps promote elasticity.

    Mowrah Butter 

    Mowrah butter has ayurvedic properties that act as a coolant to moisturize and radiate the skin. With its emollant properties and multi-purpose nature, Mowrah butter is extremely versatile as a base for beauty products.

    The fruit that contains mowrah butter is used for cooking, illumination and as a natural exfoliant. Mowrah butter nourishes the skin and softens it while also healing it from infections or bacteria.

    Key Benefits

    • The butter is a solid and very hard butter at ambient temperature and is great for skin care.
    • Mowrah butter has emollient properties.
    • Nourishes skin rash, eczema, insect bites and poison ivy.
    • Prevents drying of the skin and formulation of wrinkles.
    • Restores and maintains moisture.
    • Excellent Hair Conditioner 

    Cocoa Butter 

    Cocoa butter contains a high amount of fatty acids, which make it well-suited as a primary ingredient in skin cream. Fatty acids help to hydrate the skin. The fat in cocoa butter creates a protective barrier that holds in moisture and prevents your skin from drying.

    • It's a rich moisturizer: Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids and hydrates the skin deeply, making it a wonderful addition to body moisturizers and lip balms. It contains oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids, all of which nourish the skin.
    • It heals sensitive skin: Again, no guarantees, but cocoa butter has been noted by some to help skin irritations such as eczema and dermatitis.
    • It's an antioxidant powerhouse: Cocoa butter is high in antioxidants, which help fight off free-radical damage, which can cause skin aging, dark patches, and dull skin.1 Protecting your skin from free-radical damage is crucial to keep it healthy and youthful-looking. Cocoa butter is also an anti-inflammatory—just another way it helps your skin withstand the passage of time.
    • It reduces stretch marks and scars: Many women claim that the regular use of cocoa butter kept stretch marks at bay both during and after pregnancy. Now, those claims are anecdotal, but you will find a ton of anti-stretch mark cocoa butter products to choose from. In fact, Palmers, a skincare line devoted to cocoa butter, offers a product just for stretch marks. Similarly, the ingredient is reputed to help heal scars.







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