Body Oil vs. Body Butter: Which is the best one to use?

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Body Oil

Body oils are light-weight, emollient rich, and soothing. They are best used to seal in hydration and absorb directly into the skin - making it extremely nourishing for dry and damaged areas. Body oils closely resemble the natural sebum we already produce - which allows the top layers of our skin to treat the oils as their own. This results in a reparative and moisturized effect.

Nature's Rootz Hair & Body Oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it will not clog your pores. Our oil is made from a blend of Jojoba Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Argan Oil, and Sweet Almond Oil - which encourages healing of the skin and leaves it looking glowy, firm and supple. Our all natural product goes beyond just simply moisturizing – it has a number of amazing skin and hair benefits.

Body Butter

During cold months or when living in a very dry climate, our skin tends to be more prone to dryness. In an attempt to keep the skin smooth and hydrated, you might prefer to use body butters and creams. Body butters are intense moisturizers, ideal for extreme dryness and roughness. They are rich and creamy, and contain essential fatty acids and minerals extracted from natural ingredients.

Nature's Rootz Hair & Body Butter is created with Mango Butter, Jojoba Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Argan Oil, and Sweet Almond Oil. Mango butter is non-comedogenic, and is compatible with all skin types. It has a remarkable texture that is light, non-greasy, and highly moisturizing. This smooth butter glides on easily and absorbs into the skin and hair with ease. 

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