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Soothing Herbal Butter - Green Acre Scent | Botanical Skincare Products
Soothing Herbal Butter - Green Acre Scent | Botanical Skincare Products

Herbal Butter - Soothing

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This unscented herbal butter that leaves behind a smooth satin finish look-like skin, is made from rich nurturing oils and butters which deeply hydrate and nourish the skin.

Working in perfect synergy with natural active compounds gently extracted from hand-harvested flowers and leaves of calendula, borage, plantain, dandelion, and chamomile, the Soothing Herbal Butter calms the itchy feeling of dry, chapped, inflamed and sensitive skin and transforms the rough areas into a skin that feels soft, smooth and silky to the touch.  

Key ingredients:

Shea butter (Organic, Unrefined, Fair Trade)

This rich creamy butter, when applied to the skin, acts as an emollient by soothing the dry and sensitive skin, and supports its hydration by covering the skin with a protective layer that traps in moisture.

Sweet Almond Oil (pure)

The oil being rich in linoleic acid, vitamin E and A, and minerals zinc and manganese, helps the skin to fight free radicals, can help with skin regeneration, and nourishes the dry and sensitive skin.

Botanical oil macerate of Calendula officinalis (organically grown)

Organically grown in our garden, this annual flower originally from the Mediterranean area, is primarily used for soothing the dried, chapped or inflamed skin and helps relieving symptoms related to eczema. Calendula infused oil extract improves the skin hydration and firmness and helps in reducing skin itchiness, sensitivity and dryness which are amplified by the cold weather.

Read more about calendula's overall health and skin benefits!

Botanical oil macerate of German Chamomile  (organically grown in our garden) 

The German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is used for centuries for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, mainly provided by the őĪ-bisabolol and chamazulene compounds found in the flower. ¬†

Traditionally, in cosmetics Chamomile is used to sooth the skin inflammation and symptoms related to eczema and mild skin irritations.  

Skin type: Dry | Chapped and Inflamed Skin | Sensitive 


Handmade in Canada | Not tested on animals

We do not charge GST/HST taxes.

Scent and color is from botanicals and/or top grade essential oils (organic whenever possible) 


This is a multipurpose herbal butter. Apply on the body, hands and face a pea-size amount and gently massage on the skin. Being a very reach butter, it will take a few minutes to be absorbed by the skin. 

For an extra hydration and soothing effect use the Lavender Facial Toning Mist 

Store the herbal butter jar in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.


Size: 40g (50 ml)

Ingredients (INCI):¬†¬†Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter*^, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil*, Cera alba*‚Ć, Tocopherol (vit E),¬† Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Rosemary Officinalis Extract, Botanical Extract of: Calendula Officinalis¬į, Borago officinalis¬į, Taraxacum officinale¬į, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower¬į, Plantago Major (Plantain)¬į¬†

*Organic, ¬įOrganically grown, ^Certified Fair trade, ‚ĆOrigin Canada


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All botanical skincare products may present a very low potential risk of individual allergic reactions. We recommend doing a small patch test prior to fully apply the product to your skin, particularly if you have allergies or sensitivities. Discontinue using the product if swelling or itching occur and contact us to arrange for a refund.

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