Monday, October 26

Illipe Butter

Illipe nuts come from the Illipe tree (Shorea Stenoptera) that is native to Southeast Asia and Boreno that flowers in October through January. The indigenous people of Borneo have been making butter from the Illipe nuts for many centuries for therapeutic and cosmetic purposes. Illipe Butter is exotic and luxrious and is quite similar to cocoa butter in its triglyceride composition. Even though it is a harder butter it still melts upon contact with the skin.

Illipe Butter is renowned for its incredible moisturizing properties and its ability to restore elasticity to the skin. It is quite comparable to cocoa butter in its physical properties and composition and is beneficial for the treatment of moisturizing chronically dry skin, mature skin, sunburn, healing sores, damaged skin, rough skin, mouth ulcers and dry or over processed hair.

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