Skin Quencher By Cecile

This amazing skin quenching souffle is made from exotic butters and oils collected from the four corners of the earth.
From the lush tropical jungles of the Amazon to the deserts of Morocco, and various points in between, all to create this exotic skin quenching souffle. Your skin will Thank You for giving in to your indulgence.

 This souffle is 2 ounces by weigh but 4 ounces in volume.

 Directions. Massage into clean skin of body.

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Illipe butter. Illipe Nut Butter, an exotic butter extracted from the nuts of the Illipe trees grown in the South East Asia. The nuts are gathered, dried in the sun and then pressed, to extract the raw fat inside. Illipe nut butter has a similar chemical makeup as cocoa butter ,it is believed to be beneficial to the skin due to its moisturizing characteristicsIllipe butter contains oleic, palmitic, stearic and linoleic acid.
Cupuacu Butter.
The cupuaçu is a tropical tree native to Amazon rain-forest. It's related to cocoa, the tree from which cocoa beans are obtained, it produces large and heavy oval fruitsCupuaçu butter is a soft and nourishing emollient, which provides a protective, hydrating layer for the skin.
Murumuru Butter.
Astrocaryum murumuru  is a palm native to Amazon Rain-forest of Brazil, which bears edible fruits. ... Murumuru butter is highly emollient and moisturizing. It is also film-forming and naturally glossy. These qualities make it very protective to the skin. It contains vitamins and has a high content of beneficial oleic acid.
Kokum Butter. Kokum Butter is made from the fat obtained from the seeds of Garcinia indica tree which are found in India, where it is prized for its skin softening ability.
Shea Butter. Shea butter comes from the nut of the Karite Shea tree that is indigenous to Africa. Shea butter is comprised of fatty acids such as oleic, stearic, linoleic ,palmitic and is also known to contribute to skin elasticity.
Sal Butter. Sal Butter also commonly referred to as Shorea Butter is extracted from the seeds of the Shorea robusta tree native to India. Sal butter is believed to promote skin elasticity and moisturize dry skin.
Tucuma Butter. Tucuma Butter is made from the fruit of the Brazilian Amazon tree (Astrocaryum Tucuma). Tucuma Butter is prized for its rich content of polyphenols  and fatty acids to protect and moisturize the skin.
Mango Butter. Mango butter is obtained from the kernels of the mango tree. It possesses a high content of stearic acid which makes it similar to cocoa butter. Mango butter has good emolliency and lends protection against the sun. It is said to prevent drying of the skin and the formation of wrinkles.
Jojoba oil. Jojoba oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is the liquid that comes from the seed of the Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) plant, which is a shrub native to southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. Jojoba oil has antibacterial properties that help control bacterial growth in the hair follicle. It acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, soothing the irritated skin.
Argan oil. 
Argan oil is  produced from the kernels of the Argan tree (Argania spinosa L.) that is endemic to Morocco. Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturizer to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturizer.
Hemp-seed oil. Hemp seed oil comes from the tall growing varieties of cannabis. However, it does not contain THC – the primary psychoactive compound in marijuana. It is believed to regenerate and energize the skin's protective layer, due to its high content of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids.  Hemp-seed oil has a composition similar to skin lipids, which makes it an excellent natural emollient and moisturizer. It is especially useful for dry, tired or dehydrated skin and nails.
Brazil-nut oil.
Brazil Nut Oil is pressed from the nuts of the Bertholletia excelsa tree, also known as the Brazil nut tree. The tree is one of the largest in the Amazonian region, extending upwards to 50 meters in height. Brazil nut oil  is very useful for alleviating skin dryness. It contains nutrients like zinc, Vitamin E and omega 3 fatty acids that is useful in treating skin dryness and flakiness.
Tea Tree oil.
Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil or ti tree oil, is an essential oil that is made from the leaves of the tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia
, native to Southeast Queensland and the Northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia. Tea tree oil is known for its antibacterial properties.
Approximate Dimensions: Weighs 2 ounces

Do not use if allergic to DO NOT USE IF ALLERGIC TO MANGO OR NUTS