To begin with, let’s talk about what is body butter first. It is actually a moisturizer which usually contains essentials oils with the combinations of emollients, which makes your skin feels soft; humectants, which attracts water to the skin cells; and occlusive, which help to minimize the water loss in the skin and etc.
Body butters are good for the skin. In fact, many massage therapists preferred to use this product over lotions, creams or massage oils. It is good specially dry areas of the skin elbows, feet and heels because it absorbs faster. Also, due to its thickness that quickly penetrates the area it becomes more beneficial to the skin. In addition, it nourishes and hydrates the skin even longer compared to lotion. If you are frequently use body butter products, you should have noticed the changes in your skin. Another thing is, it safeguards the skin from the toxic elements. Body butter also contains fatty acid, vitamin A, C and E which is really good if you want to have a healthy skin. Moreover, you can use the body butter as a callous remover. Just, apply an ample amount in your feet after you bath and give your feet a massage specially the thick area. In the next day, get a callous scraper to remove the thick skin.
There are countless kinds of body butters in the market. The most effective body butters are those made up of plant-based, organic and natural kinds because these will nourish your skin without irritations. In odder to distinguish them, look for products that are made with cold-pressed, unrefined and crude ingredients. In contrast, avoid using body butter products with these harmful ingredients – BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole), DMDM Hydantoin, Fragrance + Parfum, Parabens, Retinyl Palmitate and Triethanolamine.