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Usage of Cocoa Butter in Organic Skincare

Cocoa butter is a natural substance derived from the cocoa bean and is packed with nutrients that are beneficial to the skin and body. It is solid at room temperature but melts quickly on contact with the skin due to its high natural fat content.

Cocoa butter is used in a variety of skincare products, including organic skincare products like Supersalve. 

Benefits of Cocoa Butter 

Cocoa butter has several benefits for the skin. It is a great moisturiser, helping to soften and smoothen the skin while also protecting the skin from harsh environmental impact.

Many are not aware that it is also known to reduce the appearance of scars and wrinkles, making it an ideal ingredient for anti-aging products. Rich in antioxidants, cocoa butter significantly helps to protect the skin from free radical damage. And yes, we hear you - almost a miracle ingredient, right?

Cocoa Butter in Organic Skincare 

Now that you understand the marvel of this wonder-ingredient straight from nature's awesome apothecary, you get why it is often used in the formulation of organic skincare products.

It is a popular choice for those looking for natural and organic products because it is free from any unwanted synthetics. It adds a nice creamy texture to organic skincare products, making it a great hydrating emollient. It also helps to boost elasticity, making it a great ingredient to add to anti-aging products. 


Cocoa butter is a great natural and organic ingredient for skincare products. It is full of nutrients that are beneficial to the skin, providing penetrating hydration and vital protect against environmental factors. For those looking for natural and organic skincare products, cocoa butter is an excellent choice.

NB: All SUPERSALVE products are completely free from petrochemicals, parabens and phthalates, and are safe for the whole family, from babies to the elderly and everything in between!

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