The Natural Difference Of Utama Spice Body Butter

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You spend a lot of time and care making sure that everything you put in your body is natural and healthy. So why not make sure that the products you put on your body offer the same benefits. Body butter is probably one of the best moisturizing products on the market. The thick rich lather helps soothe dryness and creates supple younger skin. Sadly though, not all body butter is made the same. In fact, some body butters contain harmful toxins that can actually damage your skin over time.

“Natural” isn’t always truly Natural

The most popular brand of “natural” body butter isn’t quite natural at all. If you read the ingredients on the leading-brand’s body butter, you’ll find it contains a variety of ingredients including:

  • Chemical Preservatives: phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, propylparaben and benzyl alcohol
  • Synthetic Dyes: CI 72570
  • Chemical stabilizers:  PEG-100 stearate, cetearyl alcohol, lanolin alcohol
  • Artificial fragrances: parfum, eugenol, farnesol and geraniol

In fact, this natural body butter contains over 30 ingredients, only three of which could be truly considered natural. Putting so many unfamiliar chemicals on your skin is not only unnecessary, but it isn’t good for your health or the environment.

Utama Spice truly natural body butters

Utama Spice full line of body butters are made with natural ingredients and do not contain any artificial preservatives, dyes, stabilizers or fragrances. The choice is obvious what you should put on your skin.

How to use Body Butter

When comparing body butter vs lotion, you’ll find that many people surprisingly prefer lotion. This is because many of the “unnatural” body butters they may have tried in the past don’t absorb properly into the skin, so they leave behind an unpleasant oily residue. Natural body butters, on the other hand, absorb properly and nourish even the driest skin.

Our non-greasy body butter can be used anytime, but we definitely recommend using it after you shower to help replenish your clean skin. Body butters can be used on the whole body, including the face. They work best when you massage them in, to provide the deepest penetration of the natural oils. You can also use body butters as a moisturizing mask by applying a thick layer onto your skin before you go to bed.

So if you are looking for a product that doesn’t just hydrate your skin, but rejuvenates it, Utama Spice body butters are the perfect choice. At Utama Spice we believe in the power of natural living, so we only make products that feed your skin like you would feed your body. Check out our selection of body butters to find the one you’ll love.

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48 thoughts on “The Natural Difference Of Utama Spice Body Butter

  1. Bev Schnitzler says:

    this was interesting to read. i think i need to find a body butter for my feet and elbows

  2. Stephanie Bonck says:

    This seems like a good solution to my dry skin. It must feel wonderful and I appreciate it is natural.

  3. Cooper Lu says:

    my skin is really dry, so the body butter is a perfect product for me, I have been use it for years, love the result

  4. PinkTurtle says:

    Looks nice – love that it’s non-greasy. Nothing I hate more than trying to moisturize and getting greasy!

  5. Adella Gonzalez says:

    I’d would love try this. AND it’s non-greasy! Woohoo! I bet it smells amazing too…

  6. Charlette Bond says:

    This sounds like something I really need for my skin. My skin is really dry. Utama Spice natural Body Butter sounds really nice.

  7. Grace S. says:

    Love to try the body butter. It sounds as if it would be healthy and smell wonderful too.

  8. Grace S. says:

    I would love to try the body butter. It sounds healthy for the body and must smell amazing and natural too.

  9. MD Kennedy says:

    I cannot use the “other” natural body butter because the fake fragrances make me ill. I should try yours!

  10. Jessica H says:

    It’s shocking the stuff that’s in supposedly “natural” ingredients, isn’t it?!

  11. melissa mc says:

    so true, you have to read labels! butters are a year ’round product in this household to deal with the dry climate 🙂

  12. Anthony G. says:

    I’m yet to find one that’s perfect for my skin type. I’d like to try this, but I’m not too sure about the scents. I’m glad to have found out about this as a potential alternative. Thanks.

  13. Tracey Suzie Anderson says:

    Sounds absolutely divine and all natural which is fabulous! Must try 🙂 x

  14. Lynn Tereba says:

    I like to use body butters and I do notice certain ones don’t work as well as others. Good to know why, so I will look at the ingredients from now on.

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