Olive Body Butter
For very dry skinNEW!96hr moistureVegan
Love and nourish very dry skin like never before with our best ever Olive Body Butter.
Now made with 96% ingredients of natural origin, including Community Fair Trade organic olive oil from Italy, handcrafted Community Fair Trade shea butter from Ghana and Community Fair Trade organic babassu oil from Brazil, our body moisturiser leaves seriously dry skin feeling softer, smoother and intensely nourished with 96hr moisture. It even gives you a natural-looking glow.
This intensely creamy Body Butter comes in recyclable packaging* made with an aluminium lid and 100% recycled plastic tub, including Community Fair Trade recycled plastic from India. This means you can love your planet every time you love that beautiful body.
Slather on our non-sticky, non-greasy moisturiser sparingly or generously. Seriously. Loving yourself never felt this good.
*Where local facilities allow.
- Body moisturiser
- Perfect for very dry skin
- Nourish and protect skin with 96hr moisture
- Smell green and refreshing
- Made with 96% ingredients of natural origin
- Registered by The Vegan Society
- Dermatologically tested
Community Fair Trade organic olive oil
Liquid gold for your skin (and your salad)
Just ask our friends in the Mediterranean about olive oil – this skin-softener’s been used for thousands of years to take care of skin. It’s one of the reasons it’s known as the ‘liquid gold’ of the Med.
The olives that make the oil in our products are indigenous to the Cilento National Park in Campania, Italy. The farmers employed by our Community Fair Trade partners, Nuovo Cilento Cooperative, hand-harvest the olives using traditional techniques that are handed down to younger generations.
The olives are then cold-pressed to extract high-quality oil. The method is organic, and no pesticides are used. The olive husks are even reused as fertiliser, returning nutrients to the soil of the groves.
We’ve worked with Nuovo Cilento Cooperative since 2000. The partnership has a positive impact on job opportunities in this rural area, where there’s a risk of unemployment and migration.