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SHIPPING ORDERS PLACED ON NOV 27,28


The Power of Butters: Our 5 Favorite Butters for Dry Skin and Hair

If you have dry skin and hair, no matter what the season, butters are your remedy. And no, we’re not talking cow butter here, but all natural plant based betters for vegans and carnivores alike! 


Dry skin and hair can plague any skin type or hair type at any stage in one’s life. In winter months and in drier climates, these conditions can grow especially more severe. In many cases, it’s not actually your hormones or genetics causing the dryness, but your environment. Whatever the causes may be, butters will certainly be the remedy! But which butters are the best for your skin and hair and why? Great questions, let’s investigate that answer together!


Shea Butter

Now many of us have already heard about shea butters and it’s wonders on dry skin and hair. But if you haven’t, we’re about to catch you up on the latest trends. Shea butter is pretty well known around the block, so much so that it’s one of the butters that has been the most researched in the last decade. Besides for healing dry skin, many opt for shea butter to heal scars, stretch marks and celluloid. If you live in an area with harsh water, or experience a dry scalp, shea butter is there for you! 


Shea butter is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, E, and F. The rich antioxidants help promote youthful and hydrated skin from the scalp all the way down to the soles of your feet. And yes, you should absolutely use shea butter on the soles of your feet. Shea butter only has a shelf life of one year, but you’ll probably use up the whole bottle once you discover how hydrating it is for your skin and hair! 


Mango Seed Butter

Yum, mango! Mango butter is a natural emollient, and its known to protect the skin from dangerous UV rays. Mango butter contains heaps of vitamin A, E, and C, which as you can imagine, every healthy body loves. This butter is one of the butters with extremely high fatty acids, higher than our dearly beloved shea butter. Though the butter tends to be quite hard, if you melt it down, it makes for a great conditioner, especially for those of us with dry hair. Mango butter has a 2 year shelf life. If flavors and scents bother you, mango butter is the one for you, since it gives off a mild, uninvasive scent. 


Aloe Butter

Who doesn’t love rolling aloe vera all over their skin after a day in the sun? Now imagine taking your beauty care to the next level with Aloe Butter, right? Who even knew it existed in a butter form? This butter is a natural anti-inflammatory and also works fantastically with other oils and butters. It’s such a friendly butter that it helps the skin better absorb other oils along the way! Aloe butter is rich in vitamins A, E, C, and B. You can mix aloe butter with your favorite scented oils and make yourself a nourishing hair mask or conditioner for those weeks your hair and skin need a little extra TLC. 


Kokum Butter

This fan-favorite butter is brimming with essential fatty acids, but the best part is, this butter will not clog your pores. When you think butter you immediately think about it’s heavy quality right? And, well, how can your pores breathe under all that moisture? With kokum butter’s non-comedogenic property, your skin and hair can breathe! Never mind the cracky texture when you have your first encounter with kokum butter. As soon as the butter hits your skin it melts for an easy spread. It’s great for beard hair, dry hair, the soles of your feet, your elbows and all around! 


Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter is as delicious as it sounds. Besides for having a relatively long shelf life, cacao butter is quickly absorbed by the skin and hair. Cacao butter can improve skin conditions by increasing the skin’s elasticity. It’s great to use directly on dry skin and hair, even the face, especially during those harsh winter months! It’s a natural thickening agent which is why you’ll find it listed in many natural products. You can actually eat this butter, but we recommend only eating high quality cacao butter. It’s shelf life is two years long and is most commonly used to combat stretch marks. 


Better than Butter Takeaway

There’s nothing better than better. Well, very few natural products that is. We hope you understand now why Koils by Nature, not only designed her butters to work for both dry hair and skin, but why she chose to include all these nourishing ingredients into all the richly aromatic butters and conditioners. Of course you can go straight for the Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Chocolate Delight but you can also shop fragrance-free with Koils by Nature’s Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Fragrance-Free. In case you or your lover are sensitive to, let’s say, ‘foriegn’ scents! 


What’s your favorite butter and why? Is there a butter you prefer for your hair when compared to your skin? Share your experiences with us, we’d love to hear from you! 



The Power of Butters: Our 5 Favorite Butters for Dry Skin and Hair

If you have dry skin and hair, no matter what the season, butters are your remedy. And no, we’re not talking cow butter here, but all natural plant based betters for vegans and carnivores alike! 


Dry skin and hair can plague any skin type or hair type at any stage in one’s life. In winter months and in drier climates, these conditions can grow especially more severe. In many cases, it’s not actually your hormones or genetics causing the dryness, but your environment. Whatever the causes may be, butters will certainly be the remedy! But which butters are the best for your skin and hair and why? Great questions, let’s investigate that answer together!


Shea Butter

Now many of us have already heard about shea butters and it’s wonders on dry skin and hair. But if you haven’t, we’re about to catch you up on the latest trends. Shea butter is pretty well known around the block, so much so that it’s one of the butters that has been the most researched in the last decade. Besides for healing dry skin, many opt for shea butter to heal scars, stretch marks and celluloid. If you live in an area with harsh water, or experience a dry scalp, shea butter is there for you! 


Shea butter is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, E, and F. The rich antioxidants help promote youthful and hydrated skin from the scalp all the way down to the soles of your feet. And yes, you should absolutely use shea butter on the soles of your feet. Shea butter only has a shelf life of one year, but you’ll probably use up the whole bottle once you discover how hydrating it is for your skin and hair! 


Mango Seed Butter

Yum, mango! Mango butter is a natural emollient, and its known to protect the skin from dangerous UV rays. Mango butter contains heaps of vitamin A, E, and C, which as you can imagine, every healthy body loves. This butter is one of the butters with extremely high fatty acids, higher than our dearly beloved shea butter. Though the butter tends to be quite hard, if you melt it down, it makes for a great conditioner, especially for those of us with dry hair. Mango butter has a 2 year shelf life. If flavors and scents bother you, mango butter is the one for you, since it gives off a mild, uninvasive scent. 


Aloe Butter

Who doesn’t love rolling aloe vera all over their skin after a day in the sun? Now imagine taking your beauty care to the next level with Aloe Butter, right? Who even knew it existed in a butter form? This butter is a natural anti-inflammatory and also works fantastically with other oils and butters. It’s such a friendly butter that it helps the skin better absorb other oils along the way! Aloe butter is rich in vitamins A, E, C, and B. You can mix aloe butter with your favorite scented oils and make yourself a nourishing hair mask or conditioner for those weeks your hair and skin need a little extra TLC. 


Kokum Butter

This fan-favorite butter is brimming with essential fatty acids, but the best part is, this butter will not clog your pores. When you think butter you immediately think about it’s heavy quality right? And, well, how can your pores breathe under all that moisture? With kokum butter’s non-comedogenic property, your skin and hair can breathe! Never mind the cracky texture when you have your first encounter with kokum butter. As soon as the butter hits your skin it melts for an easy spread. It’s great for beard hair, dry hair, the soles of your feet, your elbows and all around! 


Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter is as delicious as it sounds. Besides for having a relatively long shelf life, cacao butter is quickly absorbed by the skin and hair. Cacao butter can improve skin conditions by increasing the skin’s elasticity. It’s great to use directly on dry skin and hair, even the face, especially during those harsh winter months! It’s a natural thickening agent which is why you’ll find it listed in many natural products. You can actually eat this butter, but we recommend only eating high quality cacao butter. It’s shelf life is two years long and is most commonly used to combat stretch marks. 


Better than Butter Takeaway

There’s nothing better than better. Well, very few natural products that is. We hope you understand now why Koils by Nature, not only designed her butters to work for both dry hair and skin, but why she chose to include all these nourishing ingredients into all the richly aromatic butters and conditioners. Of course you can go straight for the Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Chocolate Delight but you can also shop fragrance-free with Koils by Nature’s Nourishing Hair and Body Butter Fragrance-Free. In case you or your lover are sensitive to, let’s say, ‘foriegn’ scents! 


What’s your favorite butter and why? Is there a butter you prefer for your hair when compared to your skin? Share your experiences with us, we’d love to hear from you! 



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