This looks gross, doesn’t it? I promise you it’s not. When I received it it was a lovely whipped butter consistency but I left it in the conservatory on a hot day (yes, we used to have those) and it melted.. this is how it reset and although it’s not quite as pretty now it definitely works the same way.
The big benefit of this strange formula is that as it heats up in your hands it melts so it’s more like an oil when you apply it to your skin. Perfect for winter time, especially as the essential oils chosen for this variety are known to help your skin heal. I don’t know about you but get the driest, itchiest skin as the cold weather sets in and anything that helps sooth it quickly becomes an essential. I’ve been applying this straight after my bath when my skin is still warm and so far am really impressed, as you know I’m not a huge Organic/Natural nut – if anything I embrace the chemicals – but when something works and happens to be actually good for your skin at the same time it’s just a bonus.
Packaging wise – It’s a small jar but as it’s glass you could reuse it for something and the cost is considerably lower than your average organic body butter so with these smaller sizes you could test a out a couple of varieties – I have my eye on Hydrasculpt – for the same price as one big tub of say.. The Righteous Butter.