Sabuca Deep Moisturizing Body Butter
Aqua, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, cetyl alcohol, caprylic/capric triglycerides, vitis vinifera (grapeseed) oil, ceteareth-20, glycerin, stearic acid, glyceryl monostearate, cetearyl alcohol, coco caprylate/caprate, levulinic acid, polysorbate-80, tocopherol acetate, PEG-20 stearate, benzoic acid, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylates crosspolymer, disodium EDTA, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) oil, sodium hydroxide.
Why Sabuca Body Butter?
- Your skins best friend
- Sabuca body has a higher viscosity as a body butter (thicker)
- Rich in vitamin A, C and E making it a strong antioxidant for the skin
- Moisturizes, repairs and rejuvenates dry, dull skin and prevents early signs of ageing of the skin
- No synthetic fragrance in butter making it suitable for all skin conditions
- Petentrates the skin quickly with its essential oils and fatty acids found in shea butter
- Spreads smoothly and evenly on the skin
- Skin will feel moisturized and smooth all day long
- Contains no harsh or toxic chemicals that will affect the skin and cause an untoward reaction
Did you know?
Fragrance in Lotions/Creams
About 4,000 chemicals are currently used to scent products, but you won’t find any of them listed on a label. Fragrance formulations are considered a “trade secret” and therefore protected from disclosure – even to regulators or manufacturers. Instead, one word, fragrance, appears on ingredients lists for countless cosmetics, personal care and cleaning products. A single scent may contain anywhere from 50 to 300 distinct chemicals. Synthetic fragrances can be sensitizers to the skin. Some, if used in higher doses, can cause rashes and irritation, especially in those with sensitive skin.”
Parabens in Lotions/Creams
These are preservatives used to increase the life of products. They may be listed as methylparaben, propylparaben, ethylparaben, or butylparaben, and using products that contain them can be harmful. Doctors call parabens “endocrine disruptors,” meaning that they can wreak havoc with the hormonal system.
Mineral oils in Lotions/Creams
Mineral oil is a colourless and odourless oil that’s made from petroleum—as a by-product of the distillation of petroleum to produce gasoline. It’s long been used as a common ingredient in lotions, creams, ointments, and cosmetics. It’s lightweight and inexpensive. Mineral oil is considered “comedogenic,” which means it can clog your pores and increase the risk of acne and blackheads.
Phtlalates in Lotions/Creams
Phthalates are found in many scented and cosmetic products, where they stabilize the fragrance, increase spreadability, and enhance absorption. So you’ll find them in deodorants, nail polish (where they help prevent chipping), hair spray (where they prevent stiffness), perfumes, lotions, creams, and powders (including baby lotions, creams, and powders). The chemicals from these products can be absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream.