Regenerating Ingredients for Gen 'S' (part 3/4 - Butters)

Regenerating Ingredients for Gen 'S' (part 3/4 - Butters)

Top BUTTERS for Well-Aging Skin + Hair Care Products | Part 3/4


With a noted increase in the use of botanical preparations in anti-aging cosmetics,10 we see this as the beginning of the “successful aging” paradigm shift that celebrates and supports continued active, healthy lifestyles beyond 50! Whatever generation your brand speaks to, it’s never too early to start setting the standard of “well-aging.” And no matter what formulation you are working on, we have a wide selection of ingredients to consider for age-embracing beauty benefits!
See more well-aging ingredients in our recent posts featuring Essential Oils (link), and (Carrier Oils), and Cellular Extracts!

Sept 1 Well-Aging Essential Oils 
Sept 8 Well-Aging Carrier + Seed Oils
Sept 15 Well-Aging Butters
Sept 22 Well-Aging Cellular Extracts 





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Almond Butter
Prunus dulcis
The vitamin E in almonds and almond butter can also help protect your skin from the sun's damaging UV rays.
Cocoa Butter
Theobroma cacao
Naturally rich in antioxidants and vitamin E.
Hemp Butter
Cannabis sativa
Has high levels of omega fatty acids, which is akin to our skin's natural lipids, making it able to moisturize the skin easily, without leaving it feeling heavy or greasy.
Kokum Butter
Garcinia indica

It is believed to promote skin elasticity, prevent skin dryness, and restore damaged skin.

Mango Butter
Mangifera indica

Many cosmetic applications that utilize mango butter target dry, damaged, and aging skin.

Shea (Sheanut) Butter
Vitellaria paradoxa

The anti-inflammatory fatty acid profile composed of Linoleic Acid Omega 6, Oleic Acids Omega 9, stearic, palmitic and arachidic acids give it a high level of saponifiable fraction. It has high levels of vitamins A, E and F, rich in antioxidants that can help prevent fine lines and wrinkles brought on by free radicals. It hydrates skin by restoring moisture balance that contributes to it elasticity. It boosts circulation and encourages faster regeneration of healthy skin cells. Shea Nut Butter has sun protection properties and acts as an emollient. It may reduce under eye puffiness and bags. It is solid at room temperature, but melts when applied to the skin. It naturally stimulates collagen production to increase skin firmness. This can improve the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes.


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Additional Sources: 
13.   Neurocosmetics in Skincare—The Fascinating World of Skin–Brain Connection: A Review to Explore Ingredients, Commercial Products for Skin Aging, and Cosmetic Regulation