Sal butter is chemically similar to Kokum butter. When melted, it can be compared to Argan oil because of the velvety smooth feeling it gives to the skin. Sal butter is also known as Shorea Butter and is extracted from the seeds of the Shorea robusta tree native to India. It is naturally processed leaving it with little odor and an off-white color, which allows for a versatile ingredient in a broad array of cosmetic products. Sal butter is an ideal product to use for skin and hair conditioning. It is a popular material for cosmetic manufacturers and is frequently being used in a number of creams, balms and bar soaps. Sal butter is believed to promote skin elasticity and treat dry skin and damaged hair. It has a higher melting point, close to the temperature of the human skin, which allows it to easily smooth into the skin. Our Sal butter feels fabulous on the skin and is a great addition to lotion bars and soaps
- Our pure and natural Sal butter has a neutral smell and is creamy when whipped. It is also a luxurious butter that gives the skin a spa-like treatment, melting into the skin easily and effortlessly
- Fatty acid composition: Linoleic acid (omega-6) – 3.70% Oleic acid (omega-9) – 39.50% Stearic acid – 39.30% Palmitic acid – 14.10%.
- Also contains Phytostérols which improve skins barrier function and microcirculation as well as Terpene alcohols which is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant
- Get creative, our Sal seed butter can be used as a cleanser by incorporating it into clay and butter cleansers.
At Oslove Organics, we have a wide selection of pure and natural butters which individuals can use to make their own skin and hair care products. Apart from basic butters like Shea butter and Cocoa butter that are widely used in almost every personal care product in the stores, we carry more rare and exotic butters like Murumuru butter, Cupuacu butter, Tamanu butter, Kokum butter, Mango butter and more. All our butters can be used by everyone and in different beauty products.
We carry nine different natural butters. These include: Murumuru butter, Tamanu butter, Kokum butter, Shea butter, Cocoa butter, Tucuma butter, Sal butter, Mango butter and Illipe nut butter. All these butters come with unique properties and characteristics.
We frequently receive questions and comments about our butters. Visit our blog page to read more about the different butters we carry. Click link for details on our butters and to purchase yours.