Avocado Butter Benefits for Skin and Hair - Koils by Nature

It feels like avocado is being used in all sorts of ways, with all sorts of benefits - but have you ever heard of avocado butter?


Avocados supply us with an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Which is why we love eating them, smashing them up and rolling their cream on our faces and hair, using them in our baking recipes, and of course, slicing them into our sandwiches and salads. Even the seed itself is used by avocado fanatics. But what is avocado butter? 


How can you use avocado butter for your skin and hair? And what are the benefits of avocado butter all around? 


Let’s find out!


What is avocado butter?

Avocado butter comes from the fruit of the sub tropical avocado tree, which most notably grows in Mexico, California and Chile. Avocado butter is made through a process called hydrogenation. It is through this hydrogenation process that the polyunsaturated fats are converted into a solid product as opposed to an oil. The butter has an average melting point of 37 degrees celsius, which means it’s going to melt as soon as it comes in contact with your body. AKA, great for spreading and smearing over dry skin, scalp and hair. 


Benefits of Avocado Butter for Hair

Avocado butter promises to nourish and hydrate the hair and scalp. Butters are especially great for guys and gals with curlier hair types, since it has no difficulty making its way around those curls and under those hair cuticles. The vitamins and minerals in avocado butter will work at hydrating and nourishing the hair much longer than your lighter essential oils. All butters actually work best when used hand in hand with your favorite essential oils. This way you are sure to seal in long lasting moisture, which prevents breakage and manages frizz. 


Koils By Nature offers heaps of hair and body butters made from all natural ingredients to treat dry hair and skin. You can apply, say, the Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Sweet Almonds which has added jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, jamaican black castor oil, coconut oil, and many more ingredients to make your curls and coils feel as smooth as you’ve always dreamed they should feel! 


Benefits of Avocado Butter for the Skin

The antioxidant and anti inflammatory agents found in avocado butter works at soothing skin irritations, acne and dry skin. It’s healing properties help to restore the skin cells and has been found effective when applied to skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. 


You can use avocado butter to reduce redness caused by acne, without a greasy leftover feeling on your skin and face. The fatty acids and oleic acid is believed to speed up the wound healing process and is great for repairing skin damage. 


And finally, if all that wasn't enough, avocado butter has also been found to improve the skin's elasticity, AKA has anti aging properties, leaving you with supple skin for much, much longer. 


Our Final Thoughts on Avocado Butter 

Transitioning to a more natural lifestyle can sometimes feel exhausting, while at other times it can feel incredibly exciting. There are so many powerful and nutritious ingredients out there in nature, it sometimes makes you wonder why you ever used lab made products to begin with. 


Many of our favorite essential oils and natural butters have loads of benefits, and though they may sound quite similar, some ingredients may work better on your skin and hair type then others. It’s all about exploring what’s out there and what works for you.


If you want to try out natural products that utilize some of nature’s best, check out more of Koils By Nature’s hair and body butters, there’s something in there for everyone! Even men’s beards! 


What’s your favorite butter to soften your curls or coils? We’d love to hear what you’ve been using! 

It feels like avocado is being used in all sorts of ways, with all sorts of benefits - but have you ever heard of avocado butter?


Avocados supply us with an abundance of vitamins and minerals. Which is why we love eating them, smashing them up and rolling their cream on our faces and hair, using them in our baking recipes, and of course, slicing them into our sandwiches and salads. Even the seed itself is used by avocado fanatics. But what is avocado butter? 


How can you use avocado butter for your skin and hair? And what are the benefits of avocado butter all around? 


Let’s find out!


What is avocado butter?

Avocado butter comes from the fruit of the sub tropical avocado tree, which most notably grows in Mexico, California and Chile. Avocado butter is made through a process called hydrogenation. It is through this hydrogenation process that the polyunsaturated fats are converted into a solid product as opposed to an oil. The butter has an average melting point of 37 degrees celsius, which means it’s going to melt as soon as it comes in contact with your body. AKA, great for spreading and smearing over dry skin, scalp and hair. 


Benefits of Avocado Butter for Hair

Avocado butter promises to nourish and hydrate the hair and scalp. Butters are especially great for guys and gals with curlier hair types, since it has no difficulty making its way around those curls and under those hair cuticles. The vitamins and minerals in avocado butter will work at hydrating and nourishing the hair much longer than your lighter essential oils. All butters actually work best when used hand in hand with your favorite essential oils. This way you are sure to seal in long lasting moisture, which prevents breakage and manages frizz. 


Koils By Nature offers heaps of hair and body butters made from all natural ingredients to treat dry hair and skin. You can apply, say, the Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Sweet Almonds which has added jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, jamaican black castor oil, coconut oil, and many more ingredients to make your curls and coils feel as smooth as you’ve always dreamed they should feel! 


Benefits of Avocado Butter for the Skin

The antioxidant and anti inflammatory agents found in avocado butter works at soothing skin irritations, acne and dry skin. It’s healing properties help to restore the skin cells and has been found effective when applied to skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. 


You can use avocado butter to reduce redness caused by acne, without a greasy leftover feeling on your skin and face. The fatty acids and oleic acid is believed to speed up the wound healing process and is great for repairing skin damage. 


And finally, if all that wasn't enough, avocado butter has also been found to improve the skin's elasticity, AKA has anti aging properties, leaving you with supple skin for much, much longer. 


Our Final Thoughts on Avocado Butter 

Transitioning to a more natural lifestyle can sometimes feel exhausting, while at other times it can feel incredibly exciting. There are so many powerful and nutritious ingredients out there in nature, it sometimes makes you wonder why you ever used lab made products to begin with. 


Many of our favorite essential oils and natural butters have loads of benefits, and though they may sound quite similar, some ingredients may work better on your skin and hair type then others. It’s all about exploring what’s out there and what works for you.


If you want to try out natural products that utilize some of nature’s best, check out more of Koils By Nature’s hair and body butters, there’s something in there for everyone! Even men’s beards! 


What’s your favorite butter to soften your curls or coils? We’d love to hear what you’ve been using! 

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