Babassu Butter

Babassu Butter

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Product information 

Babassu Butter is a fragrant melting butter. It is traditionally used for dry skin. It comes from the kernel of the fruit of the Babassu palm tree which grows in the south-east of the Amazon.

The nut is shelled by women organized in a cooperative. They extract the seeds and cold press them mechanically. An organic butter or oil is obtained. Unlike some palm trees (palm oil), Babassu enriches the soil on which it grows. The cultivation of Babassu is part of a program of fair trade and sustainable development.

Babassu Butter is a very good moisturizer and anti-oxidant that can be suitable for both dry and oily skin because it nourishes without giving an oily effect. It prevents the skin from drying out and restores suppleness and radiance. At room temperature, it appears as a solid but applied to the skin, it melts immediately on contact with it. Babassu butter leaves the skin soft, moisturized and delicately scented.

Size: 100ml

Made in France 

How to Use

Apply daily morning and evening to dry areas of the body. Apply as a mask to hair before shampooing. Leave on for a few hours or overnight for a complete repair.


  • 100% Natural
  • 89% Organic

Active ingredient(s): Babassu Butter, Shea Butter

Fragrance(s): Sweet Vanilla



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