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Escentia Avocado Butter - Refined

Escentia Avocado Butter - Refined

Regular price R 289.00
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Escentia Avocado Butter is created from the flesh of the fruit. It has an ivory colour with a mild nutty aroma and provides excellent nourishing, skin softening properties.

Sizes: 500ml, 1L or 5L.

This product is certified: Vegan.

INCI: Persea gratissima
  • Helps with eczema and is a fabulous treatment for tender skin caused by tanning or shaving.
  • Suitable for all skin types and can be used as a moisturiser in DIY lotions, creams, balms, soaps and hair conditioners.
  • Use about 10% in massage blends and between 3-5% in soaps etc. depending on recipe.
  • Solid at room temperature, maintaining all the properties of avocado oil, with 'butter' consistency.

Persea gratissima butter (avocado butter hydrogenated).

For Your Safety

This natural product is for external use only. Please exercise caution and do not ingest or take internally. Store away from children, animals, sunlight and heat. If pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult with your medical care-giver before use.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Simone G.
Great for the skin!

I have been using it for my scalp and hair, mixing it with Mango butter. It hasn't disappointed. My hair also wants moisture and that's exactly what these butter she's given me. It also locks in the moisture.

Thenni decided to try it my skin because I have a very dry skin. I am so happy to say that My skin has been glowing and the spots are fading. It feels soft and smooth and I am satisfied.

Anitta M.
Avo pleasure

What an amazing product....I've decided keep my hair natural and have an afro....this product is amazing for afro hair.
I've melted and mixed with Shea butter...using it for both skin and hair,it's absolutely amazing

Thabiso C.
Avo Butter

My skin just loves this butter on it's own, however i am yet to incorporate it with shea butter and essential oils for my diy body lotion

VERY Hard !

I was surprised at how hard it was (the same consistency as frozen dairy butter). According to Google one should be able to smear Avo butter at room temp and its melting point is 90°F / 32°C. I found that I had to use almost boiling water to melt it.
My original intention was to combine it with aqueous cream but I see now that it isn't as pure as I thought.
Would you please advise me on how or what to combine it with to make an easily spreadable cream for face and / or body?
Thank you

Hi Dianne, most pure cosmetic plant butters will have a melting point of well above 32C. Butters typically need to be melted down to work with, unless you live in a very hot environment in which case they may become softer in the summer (it's also winter time now so cold temperatures = hardness).

You can melt the avo butter to liquefy it and then blend into your aqueous cream, or you can melt it and combine with other oils to create a softer skin butter/balm. We also have recipes on our blog so make sure to check there :)
Feel free to also reach out to us via email so we can assist!

Debbie L.
Amazing results

Wow, people cant get enough of my body butter. Spreads easily on the skin and moisturizers nicely.
I'm truly happy I discovered this butter.