Coconut Body Butter
For very dry skin96hr moistureVegan
Love and nourish very dry skin like never before with our best ever Coconut Body Butter.
Now made with 96% ingredients of natural origin, including Community Fair Trade organic virgin coconut oil from Samoa, 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 creamy
- Made with 96% ingredients of natural origin
- Certified by The Vegan Society
- Dermatologically tested
Fair Trade organic virgin coconut oil
A legendary moisturiser for dry skin
Coconut oil has always been a bit of a wonder oil, and has been moisturising skin, hair and bodies forever.
Our coconuts come from the shores of Samoa. Coconut harvesting is a family business here, involving multiple generations. It helps everyone benefit from the island’s resources, following the island’s ethos of Fa’a Samoa – ‘The Samoan Way’.
Coconuts are gathered up, hand-cracked, pressed and filtered to release pure, high-quality oil.
Each coconut is picked for its ‘good smile’ – meaning, our local experts can tell from the look of the shell whether it’s good quality and ready to harvest. They’re grown and wild-harvested without chemicals, so we can guarantee the oil is organic.
Our Community Fair Trade supplier, Women in Business Development Inc., help families to create a sustainable income by using Samoa’s rich natural resources. They’ve won awards and gained global recognition for their brilliant work.