- with Jojoba oil
- For soft, healthy, radiant skin
Ingredients: Cocoa Butter and Jojoba Oil.
Contains no: fillers, preservatives, additives or artificial colors. No solvents are used during extraction.
This product is naturally hard and color/texture will vary depending on temperature.
This product is guaranteed to be 100% natural.
NOW Foods does not test on animals.
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marthe: more than a year ago
love that pure coco bean smell (does fade off quickly)!i could eat that stuff!i use a wooden coffee stick put a dime between my palms let it melt and rub it ,stranglely this pure fat solution feels non greasy and leaves my older skin moisturized-elbows never looked better in such short time!
Emma: more than a year ago
My husband and I swear by this product. He uses is as a whole body moisturizer (for him that's just knees, upper arms and face because he has the softest, happiest, lowest maintenance skin I've ever seen. He never gets dry or breaks out. He also puts it in his hair every day). I don't like oil for full body, just for super dry spots like knees , elbows and hands. I also use this on my face when I have a dry or irritated spot.
It takes some time to get used to melting it, but if you've just showered or have warm hands, it's easy. I use the back of my thumbnail to scrape it out, or a spoon works well, too. You can even put it at your feet during your shower. The steam and warm water softens it a bit.
chels: more than a year ago
This cocoa butter is nice i have no problem putting it on i just chip off a chunk with a butter knife and put it on my stretch marks. I have noticed a very small improvement in them over 2 weeks but i put it on 3 times a day. It is a pretty greasy at first but i have not noticed any stains on my clothes. I will report back soon to say if there has been anymore improvement in my marks :)
Jaclyn: more than a year ago
I was a little disappointed when I received this and saw that it is completely solid. The directions say that the container is not microwave safe so you have to remove some of the product, microwave it in a seperate dish and then apply.
Seems like a lot of work to me. Had it for a week now and still haven't actually gotten around to put any on.