Frequently Asked Questions

 

How do I use the Solid Butter Bar?

Hold the bar momentarily to your skin. The gentle heat from your skin will soften the bar enough to allow you to rub in the moisturising qualities. There is no need to heat the bar using other means.

How should I care for my Solid Butter Bar in hot weather?

Store below 30 degrees and keep out of direct sunlight.

Can the Solid Butter Bar be used for children?

For children, we recommend our Simplicity Solid Butter Bar as it does not contain essential oils. It may be necessary to melt the Bar into your own hands, and then rub it on to the child.

Are your products really organic?

Yes! All of our ingredients are sourced from organic suppliers. Many of our ingredients are certified organic, with the remainder being organic without certification.

What essential oils do you use?

We use and love doTERRA essential oils. To learn more and purchase these beautiful oils navigate to our oils page.

About our ingredients?

We have worked hard to ensure that all of our ingredients are not only organic and of the best quality, but also that our suppliers adopt fair trade practices.

Shea Butter

Shea butter (Vitellaria Paradoxa) is sourced from Ghana in West Africa. It is organically certified, A-Grade and Premium Quality.

Coconut Oil

We source our coconut oil from the islands of Fiji. Coconut farmers are among the lowest paid in the world, so it was essential that we found a company with a high ethical standard, helping to build the local communities of some of our worlds most displaced people.

Cacao Butter

Cocoa Butter is particularly high in moisturising qualities. It has a smooth texture and is the natural fat of the Cacao Bean - Cocoa Beans. Cocoa Butter melts at approximately 35°C, and it will adds firmness to solid butter bar. Some butters may become quite soft on very hot days, but Cocoa Butter remains quite firm.

Beeswax

Our organic Western Australian beeswax is a natural wax produced in the bee hive of honey bees. The wax is formed by worker bees. Its color varies from nearly white to brownish, but most often a shade of yellow, depending on purity and the type of flowers gathered by the bees. When applied to the skin, beeswax forms a protective barrier that helps protect it from environmental assaults, while also holding in moisture and reducing dryness. This is one of the reasons beeswax is often used in lip balms. Unlike ingredients made from petroleum, however, beeswax doesn’t “suffocate” the skin, and won’t clog pores.