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Rosehip Seed Oil: New Insights.

Rosehip Seed Oil

The world of skincare and cosmetics is full of various oils. At times, it becomes difficult to know each of them well. It is vital to learn about the essential properties of each oil for its proper use for skincare. This blog post discusses Rosehip seed oil and its benefits on the skin.

Skin-friendly contents of Rosehip seed oil

Rosehip Seed

Rosehip oil is rich in provitamin A, also known as beta-Carotene. It contains tretinoin, also known as all-trans-retinoic acid. Once again, non-GMO, organic, and cold-pressed Rosehip seed oil has 700% more all-trans-retinoic acid giving excellent antiaging and regenerative benefits to the skin.1

Oil in glass bottle

Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids, particularly linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3). Taking a good-quality multi-vitamin by mouth enhances the effectiveness of Rosehip seed oil on the skin.2

Phytonutrients rich oil.

What are Phytonutrients?

Simply put, phytonutrients are substances naturally produced by plants. The phytonutrients help plants fight against various infections, including plant fungi, bacteria, and viruses, with their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Rosehip oil is rich in various phytonutrients that help the skin develop a robust anti-aging and anti-inflammatory response to day to day exposure to harmful substances.

A natural skin vitaliser.


Rosehip seed oil reduces skin pigmentation and discoloration. With its naturally high vitamin A and E content, Rosehip seed oil protects the skin from photoaging (skin damage from sun exposure).

Research shows stimulation of the skin’s collagen layer with Rosehip seed oil; this helps the skin remain plump and healthy. Stimulation of collagen improves skin elasticity and firmness.3

Other benefits of Rosehip seed oil.

1) Natural exfoliant, giving the skin a glowy and radiant look.

2) Increases skin cell turn over, moving younger cells towards the surface.

3) Phytosterols in Rosehip seed oil acts as lock-in moisturizer.

4) Rosehip seed oil is gentle and suitable for all skin types.

5) The Procollagen effect of Rosehip seed oil promotes the healing of scars, stretch marks, and fine lines.

6) Just like in plants, phytonutrients boost skin immunity and fights against skin infections and acne.

Good to know stuff.

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Rosehip seed oil in Kusum Cosmetics products is cold-pressed from non-GMO, organic rose seeds. INCI name for Rosehip seed oil is Rosa canina seed oil. Using products that use non-GMO, organic, and cold-pressed Rosehip seed oil is the key to fetch the most benefits. We recommend using complete organic skin care for all of your skincare needs.

We answer your questions!

What does Rosehip seed oil do for your skin?

The fatty acids and vitamin A are excellent and natural skin moisturizers. Fatty acids lock-in your skin’s natural moisture preventing it from drying. The Procollagen effect improves skin permeability, skin regeneration, and elasticity.

Is it ok to put Rosehip seed oil on your face?/ How do I use Rosehip Oil on my face?

Yes! Rosehip oil is a natural skin revitalizer. For best results, use a stem cell containing product twice daily. apply gently and do not rub. allow the product to sink in for about five minutes.

Is Rosehip oil comedogenic? Does Rosehip seed oil clog pores?

If you have acne-prone skin, we suggest using a small amount. We also suggest using a high-quality, organic cream formulated specifically to penetrate deeper without clogging pores. It is vital to achieving good face cleansing before applying the oil or cream to the face. Use a pH-neutral, gentle organic face cleanser.

Can Rosehip oil replace my moisturizer?

Rosehip oil is a natural moisturizer with a lock-in moisture effect. Yes, it can be used as a natural moisturizer. We suggest using a stem-cell containing cream for an enhanced effect.

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1) J Concha et al. Effect of rosehip extraction process on oil and defatted meal physiochemical properties. Journal of the Americal Oil Chemist’s Society. 83 (9):771-775.
2) Lin TK et al. Anti-inflammatory and skin barrier repair effects of topical application of some plant oils. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 19 (1):70.

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Aloe Vera Fun Facts

Aloe Vera Fun Facts

Aloe vera (Aloe Barbadensis) plant is a wild-type plant that grows in tropical or dry weather. For centuries, Aloe is used for many consumer products, including cosmetics and medicinal purposes. Today’s blog post on Aloe Vera fun facts will highlight its interesting contents and benefits.

If you decide to incorporate Aloe Vera into your skincare routine, be sure to use a product that contains organic, high-quality aloe vera juice such as in these cream, lotions, and face cleanser.


Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe plant leaves contain a central gel-like substance used for cosmetic preparations. It has a unique ability to store a large amount of water that can be released in a slow fashion.

Aloe Vera Fun Facts

*Aloe juice releases the water gradually. When applied to the skin, it keeps the skin clear and hydrated.
*Aloe juice has a cooling effect. It is an excellent face moisturizer and a pain reliever.
*Aloe juice is rich in antioxidants and vitamins.
*Aloe juice neutralizes UV radiation effects, prevents skin damage from UV damage, and helps prevent fine lines and wrinkles.
*Aloe juice has vitamins like B, C, E, and Folic acid.
*Did you know? Aloe Vera is the only vegetable that has vitamin B12!

Use in Cosmetics

*Makeup primer
*Makeup remover
*Sunburn soother
*Lightweight moisturizer
*Cooling irritated scalp

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What can cause face irritation?

what causes face irritation

We answer your questions on face irritation in this blog post.
What can cause face irritation? What causes an allergic reaction to the face? How do I treat dry face? How do I prevent face irritation?

What is face irritation?

Irritation of the skin can present as itching, redness, dryness, or a combination of the above. Irritation from the jewelry, seasonal allergies, particular foods, aminal dander/hair, dust mites, insect bites is well known.

What are common causes of face irritation?

The water you use to clean the skin, clothes, cosmetics, makeup, and makeup removers are common skin irritation causes.

What is the most common cause of skin irritation?

Believe it or not, touching your face with dirty fingers! Our fingers can catch irritants in-between hand washes, and we may touch various objects and the face without knowing. This action allows bugs, bacteria, viruses, and irritants to get into the face’s skin and cause trouble.

What dietary issues cause skin irritation?

Dehydrated skin, reduced water intake, lack of vegetables and fruits in the diet, uncontrolled diseases such as diabetes, certain medical conditions, and low minerals in the body (such as zinc and iron) causes skin irritation.

Dry skin is a common cause of skin irritation.

What foods cause an allergic reaction to the face?

Certain foods like seafood, peanuts, and fruits can cause allergies to the skin.

How do I fix face rash, face irritation, or dry skin?

1) identify the cause and avoid exposure.
2) use a pH balanced, natural face cleanser.
3) avoid dyes/colors/artificial scent in your makeup, creams, lotions, and cosmetics.
4) avoid perfumed soaps/detergents/some metals/jewelry and cleaning products.
5) review the ingredients of your cosmetics to make sure you are not applying any harsh chemicals.
6) use a humidifier for dry skin.
7) avoid prolonged exposure to heat and cold.
8) avoid dry direct heat or cold.
9) avoid hot showers.

How to prevent face irritation?

1) use natural cosmetics.
2) use a natural, pH-balanced face cleanser.
3) apply naturally-derived serum or cream.
4) stay hydrated, drink plenty of water.
5) eat the right amount of fresh fruits and vegetables in the diet.
6) if you have chronic medical conditions, keep them controlled.
7) exercise regularly to improve blood circulation to your skin.
8) Develop a simple skincare routine and follow it diligently.

See photos of various skin rashes and allergies here.

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Almond Oil- Hidden Secrets.

Almond oil-hidden secrets

Almonds are well-known for their nutritional benefits. Almond oil contains some of the hidden secrets for superb skincare.

Snapshot of Almond Oil-Hidden Secrets.

Fight inflammation naturally.
boost immunity
Non-comedogenic (minimize acne-risk)
reduce eye puffiness and dark circles
reduces and prevent wrinkles
fight oxidants and to avoid skin damage from sunlight.
reduce the appearance of scars
improve complexion and skin tone
lock in moisturizer

Effect of the aging process.

We lose our fatty acids with aging; this is one reason for developing skin wrinkles. Here are some skin-friendly super fatty acids that help fight signs of aging.

Oleic acid use prevents wrinkles by enhancing membrane permeability so that our deeper skin layers get the necessary moisturizer they need. Oleic acid also helps in wound healing.

Skin damage from day to day irritant exposure.

Linoleic acid helps repair the skin defense system and prevents ongoing damage from various irritants (Ultraviolet light, chemicals, pollution).

Minerals and Micronutrient support.

Zinc is abundant in skin tissue. Zinc deficiency is a common cause of skin problems.

Zinc– improve immune response to fight against infection. Zinc reduces inflammation and skin irritation, including acne formation.  

Aspartic acid- is a natural amino acid, cleanses the skin by binding dirt and particles, including unwanted oils and wax deposits. Aspartic acid is a natural makeup remover.

Glutamic acid– This amino acid is a natural humectant; it helps hydrate skin.

Vitamin BResearch suggests a vital role of vitamin B in generating new skin cells and increasing the thickness of healthy skin layers.

Vitamin E– This is a powerful anti-oxidant to fight day to day irritants and negative factors.

Natural Almond oil contains all of the above skin-friendly substances. Be sure to choose a high-quality, organic massage, lotion, and oil!

Want to know how to massage your skin like a pro? Read our blog post on skin massage.

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Skin Massage: an important cog in the skincare wheel.

Skin massage: an important cog in the skincare wheel.

The application of touch in a systematic way induces positive effects. Skin massage refers to gentle, scientific manipulation of the skin resulting in incredible health benefits. Skin massage is an essential cog in the skincare wheel and will be discussed in detail here.

What is massage?

Massage refers to touching, pressing, rubbing, and manipulating skin, muscle, joints, ligaments, and tendons.1 There are various styles of massage that target specific areas of the body and produce different effects.

A brief history of massage.

The massage was iconic to luxury spas, health clubs, and upscale hotels. Nowadays, it is available everywhere, from your nearest shopping plaza to the airport kiosk. Massage therapy might feel like a modern luxury; its roots lie deep into traditional holistic methods.

The knowledge of life and longevity forms Ayurveda’s basis, an ancient medical concept from the Indian subcontinent.2 Dating back to about 3000 BCE (5,000 years ago), Ayurveda promoted massage therapy as a natural healing remedy that restored the body’s natural, physical balance.3

With time, these methods traveled to other parts of Asia. Eventually, this practice of natural healing entered the European continent and the rest of the world.

Benefits of massage.

Massage therapy reduces anxiety, stress, pain, muscle tension, headache, and stress-induced insomnia. Psychologically, a massage provokes relaxation, comfort and may help induce sleep.4

Skin massage in detail.

Skin massage is performed in various ways. The following table lists the most common methods of skin massage:

Gentle rubAlso known as Swedish massage.
Rejuvenating connective tissue massage.Slight pressure stimulates connective tissue of the skin.
Deep massageStimulation of deeper skin layers, along with muscles, tendons, and joints.
Rotating motionActivates skin muscle.
Added heat or cold therapyActivates circulation

Types of skin massage.

A combination of all of these works wonders!

How to perform a skin massage.

Skin massage can be performed at home by you or by a professional. Self-massaging helps you connect with your body while observing your skin, contours and promotes relaxation.

Start with skin cleansing. Skin massage can be performed before or after a shower. We recommend using natural, unrefined, vegan body lotion, cream, oil, or butter. If you are using Organic Body Butter or Lotion, the product will sink into your skin well during the massage, and you will not need to take a shower. Using high-quality Organic oil, we suggest a shower with lukewarm water and a Natural Shower Gel.

1)         Sit or lay in a well-lit area. Natural, indirect sunlight offers the best visibility while protecting you from direct sun exposure (adjust the window shades or shutters!).

2)         Observe the area of massage. One may choose to massage a particular area of the skin at a time (just the face, area with hardened skin, or dry skin area). Pay attention to skin tone, unevenness, elasticity, and pattern of wrinkles, if any.

3)         Take a small quantity of high-quality body butter, lotion, or oil and start rubbing over the skin in a gentle, circular motion. Avoid dry rubbing, deep massaging.

4)         Observe the change in skin tone, and pattern of wrinkles, if any.

5)         Be generous with the use of butter, lotion, or oil; you will be rewarded greatly with the results! How do I know how much to use and when to stop adding more? The skin will remain shiny with continuous rubbing, and the liquefied butter, lotion, and oil will start dispersing to the other areas of the skin, which is the optimal quantity! The quantity also depends on the size of the site you are massaging.

6)         With a gentle massage of about 30 to 45 seconds, your fingertips will feel the skin’s rising temperature being massaged. The change in temperature marks the end of an ideal massaging. At this point, move to the next area.

7)         At the end of skin massage, allow the skin to rest for about five minutes before cleansing or to take a shower. Observe the massaged area. This step will help you track the improvement in the skin over time.

8)         We believe that our fingers can provide the best massage while providing great feedback on the massaging process. Alternatively, you may use a roller, stimulating device. Remember, skin massaging is more about connecting with your skin, using high-quality massaging material and methods, and performing it regularly.

Remember to sit in a well-lit area, preferably with natural, indirect sunlight!

Benefits of skin massage

Mechanical stimulation influences the behavior of skin cells.5 Skin massage offers the following benefits:

1)         Anti-Aging and Anti-Wrinkle Therapy

Using your favorite anti-aging and anti-wrinkle therapy, along with skin massaging, can greatly enhance your results. A small study in 2017 has shown improvement in wrinkles, skin sagging, and skin evenness with this method.5

2)         Improve skin circulation

Routine use of skin massage increases skin temperature and relaxes the skin’s blood vessels, causing improved circulation. This way, our skin gets more oxygen while the butter, lotion, or oil deliver natural nutrients. This way, skin cells rejuvenate and improve their vitality.

3)         Improve lymphatic drainage

Our skin protects us from environmental factors. In this process, it collects dust, pollutants, and toxins. Lymph glands of our skin clear such toxins by acting as a filter. Skin massaging improves the function of the lymphatic system and helps clear out toxins quickly. In turn, the skin retains its radiance longer!

4)         Stimulation of collagen

Collagen is a rubber band like tissue that supports the skin cells. Collagen production decreases as we age and causes skin sagging and wrinkle formation. A gentle skin massage routine helps stimulate collagen-forming cells and boosts the production of healthy collagen.

5)         Natural exfoliation

Skin massaging with your finger using natural butter, lotion, or oil results in delicate friction between the creases of the inside of your hand (fingerprints!) and the area of skin being massaged. This friction causes the natural removal of dead and damaged skin layers without harming underlying young skin cells. This method is an excellent way of natural exfoliation without using harsh scrubbers and exfoliative preparations.

6)         Improve the tone of skin muscle

Our skin has a muscle too! Named “Arrector Pili Muscle,” it lies between the skin layers and helps regulate skin temperature by contracting and relaxing as needed. Skin massaging improves the tone of this muscle and helps prevent skin sagging.

We answer your questions!

What does massaging your skin does?

In a nutshell, skin massaging improves skin circulation, improves lymphatic drainage, stimulates collagen synthesis, provides natural exfoliation, and improves skin muscle tone.

How do I massage my skin?

Skin massage steps are as follows:

1)         Do-it-yourself or by someone or a professional.

2)         Sit in a well-lit area.

3)         Observe the site for massage. Look for unevenness, tonal imbalance, and wrinkles, if any.

4)         Use a generous quantity of high-quality, organic body butter, lotion, or oil.

5)         Use gentle pressure, circular motion, and sense the rising skin temperature.

6)         Allow the massaged area to rest for about five minutes. Observe for progressive improvement every time you massage the area.

7)         Be punctual and repeat periodically for consistent results!

8)         Enjoy your great looking skin!

Is it ok to massage your skin or face every day?

Light massage therapy has numerous benefits and can be used daily. Avoid harsh rubbing, too much pressure, chemicals, or harsh rubbing agents to prevent damage. We recommend high-quality organic butter, lotion, cream, or oil.

How often should you massage your skin and face?

Skin massage helps you connect to your body; it is an emotional affair. It should be repeated in a fashion that allows you enough time to observe and connect with your skin. Skin massage can be done daily, twice weekly, or weekly.

Does massage improve skin tone?

Yes. Skin massaging improves skin tone by improving blood circulation, enhances toxin clearance by the lymphatic system, improved oxygenation, and nutrient delivery.

Does face or skin massage cause wrinkle?

Gentle face massage using natural, organic butter, lotion, cream, or oil does not cause, promote, or worsen wrinkle. Harsh massage, putting too much pressure, and using chemicals can damage your skin and encourage wrinkle formation.

How can I make my face and skin look younger?

We have numerous posts with a meaningful discussion here.

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Olive- A Gem with Skin Benefits

olive a gem with skin

Olive is the fruit of the olive tree. Extra virgin olive oil is first and cold-pressed extraction with excellent health benefits.

Let’s learn more about Olive oil’s benefits on Skin Health and appearance.

Olive Oil is rich in vitamin E, vitamin K, oleic acid, linoleic acid, stearic acid, and palmitic acid.

Effects of Olives on Skin Health

1) Antioxidant effect– Oxidative stress causes the skin to age faster and causes unwanted dark spots and blemishes. Olive oil’s Vitamin E and K prevents oxidative stress on the skin and deters aging signs.

2) Anti-inflammatory action– Many skin conditions are inflammation based. What is Inflammation? It’s a process in which our body reacts to specific insults or allergens. The most common one is the Autoimmune/allergic inflammatory reaction. When the cells of our immune system fight with our skin cells, inflammation occurs. This reaction is commonly known as dermatitis/eczema etc. Many people use and try many chemically formed creams/serum/lotions without reading their ingredient list (more info on out How to read the label). Sadly, chemicals cause unwanted reactions and further damage to our skin.

We will discuss how to find the culprit of all these problems. Are you excited?

Your search should start with your shower gel/soap.
a) Does my shower gel produce lots of foam?

b) Does it smell intense?

c) Do you feel dry after a shower?

d) Do you have to apply body lotion after a shower to calm itchy skin?

If you answer “yes” to any of those, then this is the time to change your shower gel or soap.

Most shower gel products and soaps contain chemicals that produce a large amount of foam. Artificial foam is a potent surfactant that removes skin-friendly oils, leaving a dry, itchy skin. Many bathing products contain mainly Castor oil and Palm oil due to its low cost and mass production. However, these oils can be harsh on our skin.

3) Skin Barrier repair and protection: Antimicrobial barrier and effect
Our skin contains many skin-friendly nano organisms that act as a barrier to repair and protect skin layers. It somewhat acts as a very weak antimicrobial that does not harm skin cells but prevents excess growth of harmful bacterias. Olive oil is ideal for protecting that skin barrier.

4) Permeability enhancer- I am sure all of us remember our chemistry class that a membrane allows the transfer of particles from one side to another. Well! The same principle applies here. That means it should retain moisturizer after shower or cleaning the skin, right? Well, here you go, Olive oil has the solution for that. It maintains and increases the permeability of the skin membrane so that it will not become dry.


Organic Shower Gels and Serene Face Cleanser from Kusum Cosmetics use USDA Certified Organic Olive Castile Soap, Himalayan Pink Salt, and Organic Essential Oils. Our products are preserved with natural preservatives. This unique combination provides gentle and effective skin cleansing while protecting it from dryness.

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Skin and Work Balance

skin and work

A balance between work and life is delicate. Taking care of lots of things at a time is challenging. The biggest problem I have heard from friends and myself is feeling tired as the day passes, not having enough time to take care of myself, and skincare included. There are very few aspects you need to focus on self-skincare. Skin and work balance is so important!

Skin is the largest organ of the body, so we may think it requires a lot of care. However, you need to follow only a few simple steps: 

  1. Hydration
  2. Nutrition
  3. Moisturizer
  4. Sleep

1) Hydration: It sounds straightforward, but the most difficult one since it has an impact on changes in day to day weather. How to quickly know if you are well hydrated? By the color of your urine- really! Yes, the color of urine should be very light yellow or white. If you achieve that, you are well hydrated! Use a natural moisturizer, cream, or lotion.

2) Nutrition: A well-balanced diet is not difficult to achieve. Choose green leafy vegetables for micronutrients, Vitamin C rich food (think of citrus, lemon), some probiotics in the form of yogurt, healthy snacks like carrots, and fewer simple carbs such as sugar and bread. 

3) Moisturizer: It is a vast topic. Let us start with your shower gel/soap. Our skin is drier after a shower. The most important thing is to avoid a very long hot shower—detailed reasoning in my next post. Use a natural shower gel.

4) Sleep: Getting enough sleep for 7-8 hours does wonders, which is difficult during the initial years of motherhood. I used to make a note of the necessary task every day and try to stick to that. It would be best if you are not perfect with everything you do. I would say even if you achieve a portion of the task, you already succeed. 

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Hair: Interesting Medley

hair medley

Key Insights:

  • Hair Composition.
  • Benefits of Hair.
  • Hair Growth Facts.
  • Hair Health Facts.
  • Hair Color Facts.
  • Optimizing Hair Health.
  • Summary.

We love discussing hair. Why? It is one of very few parts of our body that can be changed to suit our expression! Hair is the only part that is shaped in different manners without going through discomfort! Hair can be shaped, colored, held together in various shapes, and so much more! Taking good care of our hair is equally vital, and we aim to discuss exciting facts of hair and improving hair health.

Hair Composition.

Our hair is a complex mixture of specialized proteins. It consists of about 50% carbon, 21% Oxygen, 17% Nitrogen, 6% Hydrogen, and 5% Sulphur.1,2 The composition of hair in men and women is similar.

These substances together make hair strand stronger than an electric wire (copper) of a similar size.

Benefits of Hair.

The hair on our body insulates our skin from rapid changes in temperature and protects from harsh sunlight. It helps manage the sweating process by retaining moisture.

Hair Growth Facts.

Hair grows pretty fast, only second to the bone marrow (a substance that helps produce blood cells). Hair growth ranges from 0.3mm to 0.5mm every day! Hair growth is not affected by cutting hair. A new hair strand begins to develop immediately after the older hair strand falls out.

Hair Health Facts.

Chic Hair Bath

About 150,000 hair strands on the scalp.2 An average person sheds about 100 hair strands every day. Excessive hair loss can occur due to stress, chemical imbalance, lack of proper diet, lack of adequate sleep, hormonal imbalance, infection, and illness. Several medicines are known to cause hair loss. Men develop excessive hair loss due to increased hormonal activity.

The hair follicle can be hydrated and nourished directly during washing and applying nourishing substances. Natural products such as Chic Hair Bath can provide necessary deep hydration and nourishment to growing hair at the scalp level while providing gentle cleansing. Plush Hair Conditioner made with plant-based conditioners can provide excellent detangling, shine and hair fiber longevity. In between hair washes, Hair Nourisher can provide deep scalp nourishment. It can be used as a gel overnight and washed out in the morning.

Hair Color Facts.

Plush Hair Conditioner

Black is the most common hair color. Blonde hair present in about 2 percent of population. Natural Red color is seen in only one percent the population!2 About 75% of women colored their hair in 2015, as opposed to only 7% in 1050.2 Average hair color is repeated in 4-8 weeks. However, pH-balanced natural hair care products such as Chic Hair Bath, Plush Hair Conditioner, and Hair Nourisher are safe for colored or chemically-treated hair. These can help retain hair color longer than conventional shampoos, conditioners, and hair masks. These products help hair cuticle stay closed during the washing process to prevent color escape.

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  1. Yang FC et al. The structure of people’s hair. PeerJ. 2014: 2:e619.

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Natural Butters for Skin.

natural butters

Key Insights:

  • What is plant-based butter?
  • How is natural, plant-based butter made?
  • Composition of skin-friendly butter.
  • How to use body butter?
  • Summary.

Skin is a complex fusion of various fatty acids. We discussed various natural oils, their composition, and micronutrients in the previous blog post. You can read it here. Different plants have skin-friendly fatty acids, and using them helps you keep your skin youthful.

What is plant-based butter?

Plant-based butter is a fat and protein component of natural fruit. Natural butter is solid to semi-solid at room temperature due to low water content.

How is butter made?

Plant-based butter is extracted from the seed or fruit. Raw, unrefined process of extraction produces butter with the top-quality skin-friendly fat and retains natural micronutrients. Refined and ultra-refined butter removes biological color particles, several fatty acids and thus appears softer and white. But, it also removes skin-friendly fatty acids and micronutrients.

Skin-friendly butter-Composition.

We will discuss Shea butter, Cocoa butter, and Mango butter in this article. These are excellent sources of skin-friendly fatty acids and micronutrients.

Shea butter

Shea butter is extracted from the nut of the shea tree. Raw, unrefined shea butter typically consists of oleic acid, stearic acid, linolenic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, and arachidic acid.1

Thrive Body Butter

Thrive body butter is an excellent deep moisturizer with raw, unrefined, unscented organic Shea butter whipped with Argan and Soybean oils.

Cocoa butter

Cocoa butter is an extract from the bean of the Cacao tree. It is used for making chocolate. However, it has many skin-friendly fatty acids such as Palmitoleic acid, Stearic Acid, and Oleic acid.2

Glow Body Butter

Glow body butter is another excellent deep moisturizer with raw, unrefined, unscented organic Cocoa butter whipped with Sesame and Soybean oils. It has a pleasant, natural aroma.

Mango butter

Daytime Kindle Body Lotion

Mango butter is an extract from the kernel of the fruit of the mango tree. It is pale yellow, semi-solid at room temperature, and has a pleasant natural aroma. Unrefined organic mango butter is used in body lotion, such as Daytime Kindle body lotion.

How to use body butter?

Body butter melts at body temperature and provides deep moisturizing. Thrive and Glow body butter are excellent for excessively dry areas of skin, such as the skin over the joint and palm of the hands and feet. Daytime Kindle containing organic Mango butter is excellent as a whole body lotion. Deep moisturizing properties provide round the clock hydration to the skin.


Naturally occurring, plant-based body butter contains skin-friendly substances and micronutrients. Raw, unrefined, organic body butter provides excellent hydration and nourishment to the skin.

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1-Davrieux, F., Allal, F., Piombo, G., Kelly, B., Okulo, J. B., Thiam, M., Diallo, O. B. & Bouvet, J.-M. (2010) (2010). “Near Infrared Spectroscopy for High-Throughput Characterization of Shea Tree (Vitellaria paradoxa) Nut Fat Profiles. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 58, 7811-7819”. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58 (13): 7811–7819.



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