When it comes to natural skin care essentials, one Mediterranean originated body butter stands out – olive butter. It is derived from a cold press method from, not surprisingly, olive oil. It goes through a full refining process to assure purity and high-quality.

Why Use Olive Body Butter?

Any number of anti-aging conditioners and creams on the market today already contain olive butter. Due to its natural properties for skin healing, it is used around the world. In addition to making skin more supple, softer, and moisturizing, however, it also assists in getting rid of crevices and reducing lines. This is because it also plumps your skin.

Olive Butter Is Good for Your Skin

Here are just a handful of things that olive butter is going to do for your skin. Get ready to be impressed:

  • Helps get rid of itchy, extremely dry skin by moisturizing and softening it.
  • It is a soothing remedy for wind-burned and sunburned skin.
  • Incredibly, it can lessen the effects of radiation, pollution, and aging.
  • It focuses on dry spots and treats them directly.

When used as a treatment for hair, it can bring back that youthful shine and strengthen your hair immeasurably. Using it on your hair regularly can also help to treat dandruff.

The antioxidant and moisturizing characteristics of olive oil combine with Shea butter’s deep nourishing properties to create this ultra-lavish skin emollient.

The Many Faces of Olive Butter

Because it is so very spreadable, olive butter is an ideal carrier for various products and perfect as a massage butter. Its attributes for moisturizing make it a much-desired ingredient in DIY bar soaps, lotions, and creams. It has also been used in commercial sun care preparations, pomades, hair care products, balms and massage oils, soaps, toiletries, and cosmetics.

In addition to being an excellent hand cream, for its moisturizing properties, some manicurist like to massage it into their client’s cuticles to soften and protect them.

Throughout history, and in some present-day practices, olive butter was and is used in wound care therapy, for leaner muscles, and for silkier hair. It’s many beauty and health attributes make it one of the most popular body butters in existence. It is rich in vitamins K, E, D, C, B2, B1, and A. It also contains iron which helps protect against illness in the human body.

Most olive butters have a shelf life that can run as long as 18 months or as little as 12 months, depending upon whether or not it is stored correctly. Most body butters do well in cool environments with as little light as possible. And, of course, they should be kept in a sealed container.

Purchase Your Olive Butter from Plant Guru

When you buy your olive butter from Plant Guru, you can rest assured that it is made from 100% pure olive oil. It contains a vast array of nourishing fatty acids and is high in vitamins. At room temperature, it is soft (having been blended with hydrogenated vegetable oil). It is white based and is odorless, but the mixture is still very rich. Upon contact with your skin, it melts easily. Deeply hydrate the layers of your skin with this smooth, rich mixture. You can order your olive butter today through our online process that makes it quick and easy. And while you’re there, peruse our impressive inventory to see what other treasures await you.