NOURISHING ! PROTECTIVE ! REGENERATIVE !
Butters deliver profound moisture by penetrating the deeper layers of the skin AND hair. They also relieve dryness, roughness, damage, and irritation on skin and hair.
SUZOTIC USES SHEA BUTTERS, MANGO BUTTERS AND COCOA BUTTERS
Natural cosmetic butters are derived from the extracts of numerous natural sources including seeds/kernels, beans, and nuts. They can be applied to the preferred area directly or after being incorporated into spa, cosmetic, or massage formulations, such as lotions, creams, soaps, lip balms, or salves, among other natural products to which the can be added. Butters MELT on contact with body heat, adding additional softness and smoothness to the skin and hair to relieve dryness, roughness, breakage, and irritation.
USES AND BENEFITS OF BUTTERS
Butters each have distinct combinations of properties that make them unique in form and function. The common factors shared by all butters includes their high emollience and their versatility, which allows them all to be used in a wide range of ways. All butters can be applied to the skin directly or in blends to address issues of dryness, rashes, peeling, blemishes, wrinkles, itching, blistering, wound healing, cracking, roughness, stinging sensations, inflammation, aching, and fatigue, amongst other conditions. For direct application to the skin, the ideal time to use butters for optimal absorption is when skin is damp after a shower. Additionally, butters can be applied to the skin just before sleeping, as the length of the sleep cycle will allow the butter to penetrate into the skin more effectively for better hydration. Most natural butters melt on skin contact and will be absorbed quickly into deep layers of the skin. They also do not need to be applied in large amounts, Rather, it is best to begin by smoothing a pea-sized amount of body butter across the preferred area of the skin before gradually applying the same amount to other areas.