Description: Avocado Butter is a great moisturizing treatment for hair. It makes a good butter for belly balms and lip balms. It can be used as an eye makeup remover and in hair conditioning creams. Avocado has a high fatty acid content but contains extremely low levels of cholesterol. Many people tend to stop eating avocado due to its high-calorie content, thinking that it may add to their weight. However, the amount of calories is very small when compared to butter, and other high-calorie dietary items.
Benefits of avocado include anti-aging. Avocado is an amazing treatment that helps reduce wrinkles. As well as being a superb way to treat dry hair, avocados can also be used to treat a dry and itchy scalp. The healthy fats in avocados will moisturize your skin and reduce any inflammation. The oils of avocado are very closely matched to the natural oils in your skin, so it will nourish and help protect your skin from the rigors of the day. Avocado Butter has a creamy texture and excellent moisturizing properties making it a great ingredient for creams and balms.
Uses: Avocado butter absorbs readily into skin, lips, and hair. Not only is it used for moisturizing, but it is also used as a natural sunscreen.
– Avocado oil
– Hydrogenated soy oil & medium-chain triglyceride
• Lotions & Creams
• Bar Soaps
• Hair Conditioners
Storage: Recommended to be stored in a refrigerator to maintain texture.
Caution: For external use only.