Sal Butter Shorea Robusta

$37

Our Sal Butter Shorea Robusta is with chemicals almost like Kokum butter. once liquified, it may be compared to Argan oil as a result of the velvety swish feeling it provides to the skin. The Sal butter is additionally referred to as {shorea|Shorea|genus Shorea|dilleniid dicot genus}. It's a naturally processed exploit with very little odour and off-white colour, that permits for a flexible ingredient in an exceedingly broad array of cosmetic products.

This Essential Butter is a perfect product to use for skin and hair acquisition. it's a well-liked material for cosmetic makers and is usually being employed in an exceeding variety of creams, balms, and bar soaps. Sal butter is believed to market skin snap and treat dry skin and broken hair. it's a better temperature, on the point of the temperature of the human skin, that permits it to simply swish into the skin. Our Santmira Sal butter feels fabulous on the skin and maybe a welcome addition to lotion bars and soaps.

Features:

  • It is an excellent conditioner for skin and hair restoring softness and elasticity
  • It is believed to provide soothing and anti-inflammation properties, as well as boost UV-protection
  • Improved oxidative stability when compared to cocoa butter .

Specifications:

  • Status: Wild harvested
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Recommended Usage: 3% - 100%
  • Extraction Method: Cold-pressed, pressed through expeller.

Common Uses:

  • Creams
  • Lotions
  • Soaps
Note: When adding butter to creams and lotions, it might be necessary to gently warm it until melted or very soft in texture and can be incorporated into the final product. Using a hand blender, create a vortex with your cream or lotion and drizzle in your melted butter until fully incorporated and consistently smooth. For addition in soaps, the general rule of thumb is one tablespoon per pound (15 ml/500 g). As with most raw materials, results may vary, so we strongly recommend small, lab-scale batches prior to any commercial manufacturing.

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