Macadamia butter is ideal for aging, dry, inflexible and rough skin all over the body. It cares for skin prone to intense keratosis, such as heels, elbows and knees. Thanks to its emollients, it reduces excessive water loss from the skin.
It is suitable for damaged, dry hair and problematic scalp. Recommended for the prevention of stretch marks and for weak, brittle nails.
It has an almost undetectable odor, solid form, white color and consistency for trouble-free application.
As a “lotion” for the body – warm up a few lozenges of butter, massage in right after bathing! Applying it to pre-moistened skin will not only make it easier to apply, but also help it absorb. An option for the lazy: add 1 tablespoon of butter to a tub of warm water. After such a bath, a thin layer of oil will remain on your skin, which can be massaged in or left to be absorbed
Massage of selected parts of the body – warm a portion of the butter in the palm of your hand or in a water bath and massage selected parts of the body. You can add various natural essential oils
Cream / lotion enrichment – mix a little warmed butter in the palm of your hand with your favorite cream or lotion just before use, then massage into the skin
Hair mask – apply a small portion of warmed butter to dry or moistened hair with water and/or aloe vera/hyaluronic gel at least 20 minutes before shampooing, then wash off with a mild shampoo. You can also leave such a mixture on your hair for a longer period of time, such as overnight. If you use too much butter – first apply a portion of conditioner to your hair to emulsify it, then wash with shampoo
Preparation for calloused skin – massage a portion of warmed butter into the hard skin of heels, elbows or knees. You can also use the butter to support a regenerative treatment for cracked heels or dry hands. To do this, before bedtime, massage a portion of the cosmetic into the skin of your heels/hands (for example, in addition to the cream you usually use), and then put on cotton socks/gloves. You can also additionally wrap your feet/hands with foil beforehand
As a nail conditioner – massage a little butter into your nails and cuticles. You can also add a few drops of castor oil
As a conditioner for eyelashes and eyebrows – spread a little butter warmed in the palms of your hands along the length of your eyelashes and eyebrows, be careful not to get it in the eye
As a lip cosmetic – apply a little butter to the skin of your lips throughout the day as needed or after exfoliating
Ideal for care:
- damaged and delicate skin
- dry, dehydrated skin
- flabby skin, with reduced elasticity
- problem skin, prone to irritation
- calloused heels, elbows, knees
Country of origin: Spain
Form: consistency of soft unscented butter
Macadamia Integrifolia Seed Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Tocopherol (macadamia oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil from soybean oil, vitamin E)