Inspiration – Black Coral
Black Coral (Antipatharia) are an order of deep water, tree-like corals that can be found in the warm Caribbean Sea off the coast of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and other Caribbean islands. Though black coral's living tissue is brilliantly colored, it takes its name from the distinctive black or dark brown color of its skeleton.
Deep and sophisticated this fragrance blends rustic Amber with bold Parisian Lavender. Combined with Black Myrrh, dulcet vanilla Tonka bean, and a splash of Egyptian Musk. Rounded off with raw Clary Sage resulting in an earthy concoction with hints of sweetness and pleasing floral notes.
These body butters are very concentrated, so a little bit goes a long way. Once applied, the butter will melt into your skin quickly leaving it feeling soft and moisturized. Apply the body butter to your entire body as needed; face, hands, legs, elbows, feet. It is great for skin exposed to the sun in the summer, and dry cracked skin in the winter.
butyrospermum parkii (unrefined shea butter), theobroma cacao seed (cocoa) butter, organic extra virgin coco nucifera (coconut) oil, persea gratissima (avocado) oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, phthalate free fragrance, tocopherol T-50 (vitamin e)
Black Coral Body Butter
Warm Weather Shipping:
Because we do not use synthetic stabilizers or waxes in our products body butters and sugar scrubs are sensitive to temperature changes. Products may soften or melt in transit, from sitting in hot mail trucks, porches, and mailboxes. Since melting is a natural reaction to heat and we have no control of the weather please understand that we cannot be held responsible for melted products.
Whipped Butters: If the butter is melted place it in the refrigerator. Melting will not affect the quality of the whipped butter, but the consistency of the butter will change; it will become less "fluffy". Whipping introduces tiny air bubbles that increase the size and volume of the butters; when the butter melts air bubble collapse decreasing the volume. So even though the jar was filled to the top when shipped once the butter melts there will be less volume in the container; so it will probably look half full. If you so choose to, you can scoop out the butter and whip it back using an electric mixer with a whisk (the butter has to be cool/cold for this to work well).