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(EX. VAT) 12.5 Kg £82.47
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Coconut Butter

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Used for hair care, hair dressings, body butter, soap & sun care products. It also adds more body when melted into massage oils.

Coconut Butter is cold pressed from coconuts and the resulting fat is deodorised leaving  soft, off white coloured butter. It melts quickly on the skin as its melting point is 20°C - 28°C.

A typical fatty acid profile is:

2% – 16% Caprylic Acid
2% – 16% Capric Acid
40% – 58% Lauric Acid
12% – 22% Myristic Acid
4%  – 12% Palmitic Acid
1.5% – 12% Stearic Acid


Cocos nucifera

It is an excellent emollient used for conditioning the skin and giving flexibility and shine to dry and coarse hair.

It gives extra texture when used it creams and lotions.

Use 1% to 100%. As it is heat stable, it can be added in the fat stage (stage 1) when making creams, lotions, butters and balms.

Use for hair products, skin care creams, lotions , butters and balms as well as massage products and sun care products. Adds a good, stable lather when used in soap making but don’t use more than 30% as it can then become drying.

Hair & Body Butter
This cream has the most amazing skin feel that soaks in immediately leaving no greasy residue. Ideal for anywhere on the body as well as well dry and processed hair.

Stage 1: (above 75°C)
5% Avocado Butter
5% Mango Butter
5% Shea Butter
5% Coconut Butter
10% Emulsifying Wax

Stage 2: (above 75°C)
59% Boiling Spring Water
3% Glycerine

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
4% Cosmetic Prebiotic
2% Vitamin E
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice
100% Total

Heat the stage 1 ingredients to above 75°C in a double boiler. Add the boiling water to a larger stainless steel bowl and add the fat stage to the water stage. Keep on the double boiler and keep the temperature above 75°C whilst continuously stirring for 5 minutes.

Remove from heat and cool in a pan of cold water whilst continuing to stir. When the temperature is below 40°C, add the stage 3 ingredients and combine thoroughly. Jar and label.

Deep Conditioning Hand Cream

Stage 1: (above 75°C)
10% Coconut Butter
1% Cetearyl Alcohol
2.5% VE Emulsifier

Stage 2: (above 75°C)
5% MF Emulsifier
67% Boiling Spring Water

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
10% Phytokeratin
1.5% Vitamin E
1% Rice Starch
1% Preservative 12
1% Essential Oils of your choice (20 drops)
100% Total

Weigh all stage 1 materials into a stainless steel bowl and place into a saucepan of boiling water (double boiler/bain marie). Bring up to a temperature of over 75°C.

Put the stage 2 ingredients into a larger stainless steel bowl.

Swap the bowls over so the larger bowl is in the double boiler. Pour the heated stage 1 ingredients into the large bowl (stage 2) and stir gently without creating air bubbles.  As soon as everything is over 75°C, keep stirring for a further 5 minutes.

Then remove the bowl from the double boiler and put into a pan of cold water to cool it down quickly. Keep stirring all the time.

When the cream is under 40°C add the remaining stage 3 ingredients. Combine thoroughly, jar and label.

Vegan Tattoo Balm

Stage 1 (heat until melted):
15% Rice Bran Wax
20% Shea Butter
20% Mango Butter
20% Coconut Butter
19% Olive Oil

S​tage 2 (40-50°C):
2.75% Vitamin E
2% Rice Bran CO2 Extract
0.25% Rosemary Antioxidant
1% Green Mandarin Essential Oil
Total 100%

Heat all the stage 1 ingredients in a double boiler. Stir and melt fully. Take the balm off the heat and mix the balm until it has cooled to approximately 40-50°C. Stir in the remaining heat sensitive ingredients like tinctures, macerated oils or essential oils. Do not use a cold water bath. Pour into jars and leave to cool before sealing and labelling.

Vegan tattoo balm

For more information and guidance on making your own skin care products please see Aromantic's books and eBooks in our Publications section

These recipes are given in good faith and are intended for educational purposes only. They have not been evaluated or tested in any way and Aromantic Ltd. makes no claim as to their effectiveness. It is up to the reader to ensure that any products they produce from these recipes are safe to use, and if relevant, compliant under current cosmetic regulations.
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