Due to its emollient properties and high content of fatty acids and antioxidants, Cocoa butter can often be found in cosmetics. Most of these products though, contain refined Cocoa butter. Refining Cocoa butter depletes it from many of its benefits. A good butter must be unprocessed, raw, natural and unbleached in order for it to keep its deep moisturizing abilities. It is also solid at room temperature and always accompanied by a faint chocolaty aroma.

Keep your body moisturized thanks to the saturated fats in Cocoa butter. They are not only ideal for healing dry and cracked skin, but they also penetrate the skin quickly leaving a lasting moisturizing effect.

The high content of antioxidants in Cocoa makes it ideal to combat free radicals, which are partly responsible for aging signs. 

Don’t let winter hold you from giving tender kisses. Cocoa’s emollient characteristic means that it will moisturize and protect your lips from the cold as well as the sun’s UV.


Prevent razor bumps by applying Cocoa butter before and after shaving. It will also melt easily when shaving in the shower with hot water.

Abundant in antioxidants, Cocoa butter will help your skin cells regenerate. Use it daily to fade stretch marks and scars.

Cocoa butter is excellent for treating burns, eczema and psoriasis. Being a powerful emollient, it will help your skin heal and stay soft.

After a stressful day, Cocoa butter is not only ideal for relaxing your skin, but also perfect for boosting your immune system. It will help fight skin inflammation, DNA damage and cellular mutations.

Originated from Ecuador, our Cocoa butter is picked from the beans of the cocoa tree. It was the Mayans who first discovered its healing powers and nutritious benefits.

Benefits of Cocoa Butter



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