Body Lotion vs Body Butter

Body Lotion vs Body Butter

Creating a moisturizing body care routine is vital for skin to stay young, blemish-free, and healthy. Regularly using lotions, creams, and butters reduces many skin ailments. Luckily there are many different moisturizing products on the market that are suitable for your own unique skin type and concerns. 

Body Lotion

Lotions are formulated with mostly water and oils, making it a suitable option for almost any skin type. They have a delicate feel and absorb quickly into the skin, making it convenient to add to your daily body care routine. Lotions have a non-greasy consistency, which makes it easy to apply no matter where you are. They also help to make the skin feel light and comfortable throughout the day. Using lotion after getting out the shower helps to prevent dry skin by locking in moisture and smoothening skin.

Nature's Rootz ultra-luxe Vanilla Raspberry Body Cream is a light-weight, fast acting moisturizer that provides long lasting hydration. This nourishing, water-based cream contains a natural blend of aloe vera and shea butter that gives skin a silky-smooth, healthy glow.

For super dry skin, it is better to go with body butter as it has a more penetrative moisture and is created with oils and butters that sink deeply to treat and hydrate.

Body Butter

The thickest formulation of all the moisturizers is body butter. 

Body butter is formulated with very little to no water. It is packed with oils, butters, and deeply hydrating ingredients to quench skin, lock in moisture, and create a protective barrier on the dermis. If you have severely dry skin, rough patches, or need an overnight moisturizing treatment, then body butter is the right choice for you.

Treat skin to luxury with Nature's Rootz Hair & Body Butter. This non-greasy, lightweight butter was made to moisturize hair & body, promote healthy hair growth, restore hair shine and elasticity, and manage frizz. It is rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and packed with nutrient rich ingredients such as Mango Butter, Argan, Jojoba, Grape Seed, Sweet Almond, and Essential Oil.

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