For Soft and Defined Curls
Butters are the key to maintaining hydrated hair and helping keep frizz at bay.
Drench your strands in a butter that will make your hair pliable and flexible to style. Use this when creating two-strand twists, bantu knots, and braids, so that when you undo them, you'll have soft and bouncy curls.
If you're trying to grow out your hair, add a dash of this emu oil-based butter to promote circulation in your scalp and stimulate hair follicles.
Although this product can be applied to the body, you can also use it for your hair when parched curls need a hydration boost.
For a Smooth, Radiant Complexion
A healthy glow is the way to go. Incorporate these gems into your routine for supple, well-nourished skin.
A balm that's healthy and colorful? Yep, you're looking right at it. The butter-based formula is infused with rice wax and safflower seed oil, which lock moisture into the lips to prevent cracks, flakes, and dryness. Plus, you'll have a little tint for those days when you don't want to wear lipstick.
This butter has everything your skin could ever need, including a good dose of vitamin E, cucumber, and fatty acids to soften skin and heal scarred blemishes.
Makeup removal gets a whole lot easier with this shea butter-based formula that includes carrot and rosemary, vitamin A-rich components that gently cleanse the complexion and break down stubborn makeup (e.g. mascara).
Keep a youthful glow with this cream that employs shea to moisturize, moisturize, and, oh, moisturize some more. Hydrated skin prevents those telltale signs of aging, like fine lines, from appearing.
Cheers to another cleansing butter! This one in particular features blue tansy essential oil, an antibacterial that cuts through the gross buildup of the day, soothing the skin so you won't have to worry about irritation.
Rejuvenate your complexion overnight with Herbivore's newly minted, cult favorite item: Moon Fruit treatment. Packed with natural alpha hydroxy acids, shea and kokum butters, and hyaluronic acid, the purple stuff reactivates your skin, leaving it looking more awake, and imbuing the face with a nice, radiant glow.
For Supple, Silky Skin
Apply these emollient creams right after a shower or bath to optimize moisture levels!
Slather yourself with olives, why don't you? Olive oil is one of the best things to put on your complexion as it contains squalene, a substance that retains moisture on the surface. This helps skin stay protected against harsh elements like wind, and cooler temperatures.
Soap & Glory's butter is one of the brand's best-selling items, and for good reason. Not only will it smooth out your skin, it will also make you smell good all day long.
With colder weather comes extremely parched skin, so after you take showers this season, follow up with this hydrating cream that uses the skin-saving powers of fatty acids and antioxidants that penetrate the outer layer to guard against extreme dryness.
If you suffer from redness and sensitive skin, you will want to slather on this beautiful formula from the neck down. The superstar ingredient is Japanese indigo, which naturally detoxifies the skin and brings down puffiness with its anti-inflammatory properties.
This butter does double duty as both a sunscreen and a hydrating cream to protect the largest organ from sun damage, while maintaining a moisturized barrier with the help of omega-7 fatty acids and eucalyptus. One cream, so many benefits!
For Soft Soles
Your feet take a constant beating, so give them a luxe massage with these amazing butters.
Champneys has spa locations all around the world, but luckily you can get their custom blended products at the drugstore! Apply this emollient cream, containing peppermint and citrus oils, to calm your senses and give you baby-soft soles.
Relax your feet with a good rubdown of this formula that incorporates aloe, coconut oil, and rosemary to hydrate the driest of patches on your heels. Your toes deserve a little massage after all of the places they've taken you.