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  • How should I store my body butter?
    Store your body butter in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent it from melting or becoming rancid. If your body butter contains natural ingredients, it's best to use it within six months to a year for optimal freshness.
  • When should I apply body butter?
    Body butter can be applied anytime, but it's most effective when used immediately after a bath or shower, while the skin is still damp. This helps lock in moisture and allows the butter to penetrate deeper into the skin.
  • Can I use body butter on my face?
    While body butter is generally safe for the body, it may be too heavy and comedogenic for facial skin, especially for those prone to acne. It's best to use products specifically formulated for the face to avoid clogged pores and breakouts.
  • How is body butter different from lotion?
    Body butter has a thicker, richer consistency compared to lotion. It contains a higher concentration of oils and butters, making it more suitable for dry or very dry skin. It provides longer-lasting hydration and forms a protective barrier on the skin.
  • Who can benefit from using body butter?
    Body butter is beneficial for anyone with dry, rough, or flaky skin. It's particularly helpful for those with conditions like eczema or psoriasis, as well as during colder months when the skin tends to become more dry and sensitive.
  • What is body butter?
    Body butter is a rich and creamy moisturizer typically made from natural ingredients like shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, and various essential oils. It's designed to deeply hydrate and nourish the skin.
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