Kokum ButterFrom the edible seeds of the kokum tree (Garcinia indica). also known as the Wild Mangosten Tree, or Red Mangosten Tree. Some of the traditionally known benefits: Helps prevents drying of the skin
Helps heal ulcers, fissures of the lips, hands & soles of feet Helps regenerate & reduces degeneration of skin cells
Contains 80% stearic-oleic-stearic triglycerides Non-pore clogging. Contains antioxidant properties
Softens the skin and restores skin flexibility. It is used in body butters, lip balm, hair products, and as a straight skin application. This is a solid butter with a melt point of about 95F. Not quite as hard as cocoa butter , closer to shea butter, not as soft as babassu or coconut.
It will come in chunks in a zipbag.
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