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The Ultimate Guide to Natural Butters

Butters come in many forms and shapes. These are highly nourishing, regenerative, and protective and provide moisture to the skin as they penetrate deep into the tissues in the body skin and hair. 

In this article, we will discuss how natural butters provide viscosity, stability, and consistency to cosmetic products. We shall also discover how they eliminate damage, dryness, and roughness from the hair and skin. 

Table of Contents

In A Nutshell

  • Natural butters are obtained from natural sources including nuts, beans, and kernels. 
  • Natural butters are typically thicker in consistency than lotions and creams as they are devoid of water. Thanks to the presence of fatty acids, these butters are usually solid at room temperature. 
  • These butters add stability, viscosity, and, at times, hardness when they are introduced to natural emulsions and formulations. 
  • To determine the quality of a natural butter, its aroma, consistency, method of extraction, and the rate of absorption should be taken into consideration. Also, the presence of tocopherols, natural fatty acids, and sun protection factor should be considered. 

Getting to Know Butters

Natural butters are extracted using beans, seeds, kernels, and nuts. These butters can be applied directly onto the skin or can be used in cosmetic or massage formulations in the form of creams, lotions, balms, salves, and soaps.

Upon contact with body heat and temperature, butters are known to melt, providing additional smoothness and softness to hair and skin. This relieves the skin and hair of roughness, dryness, irritation, and breakage.

These moisturizing butters have fatty acids, solids, and semi-solid fat oils as their main ingredients. Therefore, owing to its unique composition, each butter has its own properties: anti-inflammatory, moisturizing, antioxidant, and soothing.

When these butters are mixed with emulsions and natural formulations, they add stability, viscosity, and sometimes hardness to these compositions. 

What Are Butters Made of?

The main constituents that are present in the most common varieties of butters include essential fatty acids, proteins, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, tocopherol, polyphenols, and phytosterols. 

Properties of Essential Fatty Acids

Here are the main properties of essential fatty acids:

  • They are known to restore the natural oil barrier of the skin
  • They will provide nourishment to the cells and remove toxins
  • They are also known to reduce water loss from the surface of the skin
  • They keep the skin hydrated, giving it a youthful appearance. 
  • They prevent premature signs of aging by keeping the skin moisturized
  • They increase the softness and texture of hair and skin
  • Create an antimicrobial barrier on the skin to protect it against the environmental stresses

Properties of Vitamins:

  • They enhance the tone and texture of the skin
  • Eliminate roughness from the skin
  • Vitamins have anti-aging effects on the skin
  • They will reduce dark spots, wrinkles, and under-eye circles 
  • Restore skin’s outer layer which helps retain moisture and protects it against harmful chemicals
  • Reduces scalp inflammation which helps in preventing hair loss
  • Nourishes and thickens the hair
  • Vitamins protect the hair and skin from harmful UV radiation, thereby reducing dryness, redness, and swelling

Properties of Proteins:

  • Proteins enhance immunity and help in the development of strength in the muscles
  • Reduce the premature signs of aging like thinning of hair and wrinkles
  • Proteins help in tissue repair and generation

Properties of Minerals:

  • Help exfoliate the skin
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Help in tightening the skin which makes it appear youthful
  • Protect the skin against stress and the harmful effects of the environment
  • Regulate and maintain the level of oil and moisture, particularly for the skin and hair that are sensitive and oily
  • Help maintain lustrous and thicker hair and keep them hydrated and strong

Properties of Antioxidants:

  • Help in tightening and toning the skin to reduce blemishes, wrinkles, and scars 
  • Help to enhance circulation and cell metabolism
  • Make the skin plump and youthful
  • Help in the growth of new cells which provide a rejuvenated look to the skin
  • Help in preventing hair loss and also strengthen hair

Properties of Polyphenols:

  • Keep the skin and hair soft and smooth by increasing the moisture level
  • Have antioxidant properties
  • Stimulate hair growth
  • Have anti-aging properties, therefore reduce the damage caused by UV rays
  • Help renew skin tissues
  • Help to keep the skin elastic by preventing collagen breakdown
  • Have photoprotective properties which guard the skin against UV radiation, harsh environmental conditions, oxidative stress, and harmful bacteria

Properties of Phytosterols:

  • They possess photoprotective properties and reduce photosensitivity
  • Help the cells regenerate and repair tissues
  • Heal skin disorders such as eczema, sunburn, wind chapping, psoriasis, wounds, and dermatitis
  • Possess anti-inflammatory properties 
  • Promote immunity
  • Prevent irritation and itching
  • Promote collagen production and cell metabolism in the skin
  • Promote hair growth, reducing hair loss

Properties of Tocopherol:

  • Moisturizes and conditions the skin
  • Helps wounds heal faster 
  • Anti-inflammatory properties which slow the process of aging
  • Protect the skin against pollutants 
  • Make the skin firmer 
  • Used as preservatives in skincare formulations and cosmetics

How Are Natural Butters Extracted?

Natural butters used cosmetically are obtained by combining a number of different oils sourced from nuts, seeds, kernels, and beans. 

The Lack of Water and Its Advantages

Butters usually do not contain water. If water would have been a component, butters would be emulsions and would be called lotions. Since butters do not have water content, they do not need synthetic chemicals to preserve them. 

The Texture of Natural Butters

Butters vary in their texture. They could be soft, semi-solid, whipped, solid or hard.

There are two primary components of a butter: minerals and oils. The oils serve as vehicles that carry the minerals to the skin tissues. When minerals and oils are blended, they provide a barrier, guarding the skin against harsh environmental stresses which have drying effects on the skin. 

Important Safety Precautions When Using Butters

They should never be consumed and should be stored out of the reach of children. Remember to conduct a patch test on the inner arm or any other insensitive area of the skin by applying a pea-sized amount of the butter to check for allergic reactions before you use it.

Wait for at least 48 hours. If no allergic response appears, you can use the butter on your skin. If you have sensitive skin, some butters may have an adverse effect. If you suffer from acne often or have oily skin, refrain from using butters or consult your healthcare practitioner.

Butters best serve skin that is broken, dry or chapped. If you are allergic to any of the natural sources from which the butter is made, you are at a higher risk of developing an allergy and should avoid their use at all costs. For example, people who suffer from allergies due to nuts should avoid using butter that is derived from nuts.

Certain side effects of cosmetic butters include rashes, swelling, skin irritation, adult acne, itching, and hives. If you notice any allergic reaction, immediately stop using the product and consult your doctor who will be the best judge in providing appropriate treatment.

It is best to consult your healthcare professional before you use butters to protect yourself from possible side effects. 

The Factors Determining Natural Butter Quality

Organic butters are considered to be the best in quality. But even these will go foul with time. There are numerous factors that determine the quality of butter. These include the following.


When it comes to aroma, butters are usually odorless. They might also have a mild and distinctive aroma. This aroma could be faintly sweet, nutty or it could be related to the plant material from which the butter is extracted. 

Consistency and Absorption Rate

Butters vary widely in their consistency. They could be thick or thin (hard or soft). You might prefer butters to be thicker or thinner in viscosity; it’s largely a matter of personal preference. It also depends on the intended use of the butter.

If you wish to apply butter on oily hair or skin, you would opt for a light variety of butter that is non-greasy and is absorbed faster. It would penetrate the skin quickly and would not clog the pores. If you wish to treat severely damaged dry skin or hair, you would require butter that is thick, rich, and has deep moisturizing properties. 

Extraction Method

The most commonly used butter in natural products is organic, unrefined, and raw. Unrefined butters need to be filtered to remove dust or small particles without altering the nutrients, vitamins, and fatty acids present in the butter.

On the contrary, certain cosmetic formulations need butters that do not have any odor so it does not interfere with the fragrance of the essential oils that are added to the cosmetics. For these cosmetic formulations, deodorized/refined butters would be best suited. 

Sun Protection Factor

Certain butters contain elements that naturally provide protection against the harmful UV radiations of the sun. They scatter/reflect the UV rays, thereby preventing them from burning and penetrating the skin. If the skin is overexposed to the sun, it would cause premature aging, causing dark spots, wrinkles, fine lines, and the appearance of the skin would be leather-like.

Though it is not advised to use cosmetic butters as replacements for sun protection lotions, they could be used together with other products to prevent damage from the sun. 

Tocopherols and Natural Fatty Acids

The natural fatty acids present in butters provide nourishing properties. Since they help restore and stimulate the skin, they make it look younger and healthier. Tocopherols are natural preservatives.

As some butters are very rich to use on their own or owing to their dominant odor, they need to be diluted and added to other products which are lighter and odorless. A number of butters might be combined to achieve the ideal composition. 

How to Store Butters

Butters that contain large quantities of unsaturated fatty acids will go bad sooner and usually last up to six months whereas the butters that have longer lives will last for at least one to two years. You should store butters similar to carrier oils. In order to maintain the quality of a butter and increase its shelf life, it should be stored in an airtight container in a dark and cool place.

Butters that have natural antioxidant properties usually last longer as these compounds will prevent oxidant and slow down the process. These butters are usually those that are rich in vitamin E content. 

Classification of Butters

Butters can be classified based on their solidity which can range from hard to soft. The following are the different types of butters. 


Butter Name



  • Pure Prime Pressed or Crude Cocoa
  • Murumuru (refined)
  • Babassu (refined)
  • Ghana Shea (crude)
  • Sal Seed
  • Cupuacu (ultra-refined)
  • This butter will not melt easily upon coming in contact with skin
  • It is typically firm in texture
  • Brittle
  • Is not easily absorbed by the skin
  • It is chopped instead of scooping
  • Waxy texture makes it difficult to rub in 
  • Does not dehydrate the skin
  • No requirement of preservatives


  • Organic cocoa
  • Ghana Shea organic (crude)
  • Ghana Shea organic (refined)
  • Cocoa (deodorized and ultra-refined)
  • Refined Kokum
  • Neither too hard, nor too soft
  • Melts upon skin contact
  • Slightly firm in texture
  • Softer compared to cocoa butter


Ghana Shea (refined and deodorized)

  • It is softer compared to cocoa (pure prime pressed or crude) 
  • It is typically more firm compared to Soy 


  • Shea
  • Soy
  • Ultra-refined Shea
  • Cocoa
  • Ultra-refined Mango
  • Refined Tucuma
  • Ucuuba 
  • Spreads easily
  • It is creamy and smooth
  • Will quickly melt easily upon skin contact

Prices of Butters

The prices of butter usually depend upon the plant types from which they are extracted. It varies based on the plants being exotic or endemic, the therapeutic properties, the quantity that needs to be purchased, and if there’s any organic processing involved. The cost also depends on the supplier from which it is purchased.

Do not fall for buying the cheapest butters available as they can be of inferior quality. Make sure you trust the manufacturer and explore their certifications and standards policy as well before you make a purchase. You should also be considering the grade of the butter and ensure it matches the purpose you are buying it for. 

Advantages of Using Butters

Butters have distinctive properties that make them unique. There are also some common factors to all butters: this includes properties such as emollience and versatility. It is because of these properties that butters find wide usage in massage, softening, cleansing, moisturizing, soothing, protecting, and wound healing.

Butters can be used directly or combined with other agents to tackle: 

  • Dryness
  • Peeling
  • Rashes
  • Wrinkles
  • Itching
  • Blemishes
  • Blistering
  • Roughness
  • Cracking
  • Wound-healing
  • Inflammation
  • Aching
  • Stinging sensation
  • Fatigue

Butters will maintain the skin and hair in good shape. It is best to apply butters on the skin when it is moist after the shower. They can also be used before bedtime as the butter will get enough time to penetrate the skin and it will thus be able to provide better hydration.

If the butter type you are using is highly concentrated, you only need a small amount. It is suggested to apply a pea-sized amount on the body and increase the quantity if required.

Natural butters are used as a base in cosmetic formulations to provide moisturizing properties. They can also be blended with other body butters to provide more hydration. It is best to stir butters well into the formulation instead of just shaking it so that they are thoroughly mixed.

If the butter used in a formulation has a strong odor, it is best to use the refined variety so that the odor of the final product is not overpowered by the natural fragrance. However, as far as possible, it is best to use the unrefined varieties since they are nutritionally richer.

Butters are usually suitable for all skin types. However, they can be mixed with carrier oils and essential oils to suit your preferences. 

Your Guide to Using Butters

Butters can be used in several creative ways. The chart below provides some information about the common butter types and the recommended ways in which they can be used regularly.

In the table below, we will see the different types of butters, the specific advantages of each, and the representative examples that fall under each category.

Type of Butter



Nut butter

  • Eliminates scars, blemishes, and cellulite
  • Hydrates the skin
  • Softens skin
  • Soothes skin problems such as eczema, sunburn, acne, and frostbite
  • Good for any type of skin
  • Conditions hair, making it lustrous
  • Can be used in face masks
  • Improves collagen production
  • Has a number of uses for skin care and protects against sun exposure

Shea Butter

Seed butter

  • Moisturizes skin without causing greasiness
  • Promotes skin regeneration
  • Makes the skin plump
  • Refreshes and rejuvenates skin
  • Reduces aging skin signs such as fine lines and wrinkles
  • Helps treat itchiness, flakiness, and dryness
  • Soothes irritated skin
  • Protects against UV radiation
  • Promotes hair growth
  • Antioxidant properties
  • Can be used on any skin type, also suitable for oily skin
  • Refined Babassu
  • Mango
  • Ucuuba
  • Kokum
  • Cupuacu
  • Sal seed
  • Murumuru
  • Tucuma

Bean butter

  • Helps treat discoloration of the skin
  • Evens out the skin tone
  • Nourishes and moisturizes the skin
  • Protects against environmental stresses

Rate of Absorption of Different Types of Butters

Fundamental to any natural butter is the rate of absorption. This refers to how rapidly the butter type is absorbed by the skin. If a certain butter takes a long time to percolate down the tissues, it will have a ‘slow’ rate of absorption. On the other hand, a butter that rapidly penetrates the skin after application will have a ‘fast” absorption rate.

Let us now see how butters can be classified depending on their rate of absorption by the skin and how they typically feel when applied. Once again, we will see some examples of each butter type.

Rate of absorption

Finish/Feel on Skin



  • Soft and light
  • Quickly absorbed 
  • Leaves behind a silky and smooth finish
  • Moisturizes skin without making it greasy
  • Best used as a cleanser
  • Cocoa
  • Organic Cocoa
  • Refined Kokum
  • Ultra-refined Cupuacu
  • Ghana Shea (Organic and crude)
  • Ghana Shea (crude)
  • Ghana Shea (refined and organic)
  • Ghana Shea (refined and deodorized)
  • Refined Tucuma
  • Ultra-refined Shea 


Leave the skin with a silky finish

  • Soy
  • Ultra-refined Mango
  • Ultra-refined Cocoa (deodorized)
  • Sal seed
  • Murumuru (refined)


  • Feels a bit heavy on the skin
  • Leaves the skin with a thick and oily-textured barrier of moisturizer 
  • Not suitable for those  with acne and sensitive skin
  • Absorbed completely by the skin in some time
  • Butters like Shea and Babassu may also leave the skin with a velvet-like texture without greasiness
  • Pure Prime Pressed Cocoa (crude)
  • Shea
  • Refined Babassu
  • Ucuuba

Buying Natural Butters

You can buy natural butters for cosmetic use from a number of different vendors. They could be purchased from food and health stores, cosmetics shops, grocery outlets, and even online. What’s more, you could also purchase butters from essential oil manufacturers.

When you buy butters, make sure you have a clear idea of the intended use and the grade that will be the most suitable for the purpose. Ensure that you purchase butters from a reputed company.

We have been sourcing our products from reliable producers around the world and ensure that every product adheres to the highest quality standards. 

Final Words

Body butters are incredible moisturizers indeed that can help keep your skin hydrated. Thanks to powerful antioxidants and anti-aging properties, they can impart a youthful glow to your skin. We saw the different kinds of butters in this article and learned how they are extracted and commonly used.

We also discovered how every butter type has its own specific uses. While some butters will be ideal for your skin type, others might be best avoided. We also saw how butters are classified into different types based on their texture, solidity, and rates of absorption by the skin.

We hope you’ve found this guide useful in knowing more about these precious gifts of nature. Finally, remember to consult your doctor before you begin using any butter. Pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers should consult their doctors before using them too.

So, what do you think about natural cosmetic butters? How do you usually use them at home? We would love to know your thoughts and ideas.

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    Essential oils such as oregano, lavender, tea tree, and others offer antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and soothing properties that can aid in reducing inflammation, killing acne-causing bacteria, and promoting skin healing. When used properly and in conjunction with a consistent skincare routine, essential oils can be a valuable addition to managing cystic acne, providing potential relief and improving overall skin health.

    Top 8 Essential Oils For Cystic Acne Scars

    You need something special and powerful for this severe acne. These acnes are more problematic than regular ones. Let’s see what the natural alternative is to deal with oil and dead cell buildup to reduce cystic acne. Here are the top 8 essential oil for cystic acne you can use right now.

    1. Oregano Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Oregano essential oil contains carvacrol and thymol, which have strong antimicrobial effects and can help combat the bacteria responsible for acne breakouts. This is a nice ingredient to blend with to deal with dead skin and oil buildup.

    Oregano Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Oregano essential oil is known for its potent antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a popular natural remedy for cystic acne. Additionally, it has anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce redness, swelling, and pain associated with cystic acne.

    2. Lavender Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Lavender essential oil also promotes skin healing and regeneration, potentially aiding in the recovery process of acne-prone skin. Additionally, its relaxing aroma can help alleviate stress and anxiety, often linked to acne flare-ups.

    Lavender Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Lavender essential oil is renowned for its soothing properties, making it an effective option for managing cystic acne. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties can help reduce the swelling and redness associated with acne breakouts.

    3. Peppermint Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Peppermint essential oil possesses cooling and anti-inflammatory properties that can relieve cystic acne. Its natural menthol content can help soothe inflammation and reduce redness.

    Peppermint Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Peppermint essential oil also has antimicrobial properties, which may help fight the bacteria contributing to acne breakouts. It is also an excellent skin moisturizer that cleans up oil buildup. This both prevents and cures cystic acne.

    4. Clove Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Clove essential oil contains eugenol, which exhibits strong antibacterial effects against acne-causing bacteria. It also has numbing properties, which can help alleviate pain associated with inflamed cystic acne.

    Clove Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Clove essential oil is well-known for its potent antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a popular choice for treating cystic acne. It also offers anti-fungal properties, which help prevent redness and infections.

    5. Frankincense Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Frankincense essential oil has been used for centuries for its potential benefits in promoting skin health. Its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties make it a valuable option for managing cystic acne.

    Frankincense Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Frankincense essential oil can help reduce redness, swelling, and pain associated with acne breakouts. It also supports skin regeneration and healing, potentially aiding in the recovery process of acne-prone skin.

    6. Rosemary Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Rosemary essential oil is known for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a potential natural remedy for cystic acne. It can help reduce inflammation, redness, and swelling associated with acne breakouts.

    Rosemary Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Rosemary essential oil also has antimicrobial effects that may aid in combating acne-causing bacteria. Additionally, it contains antioxidants that can support skin health and promote healing. This essential oil also carries an amazingly sweet and floral scent.

    7. Lemon Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Lemon essential oil is known for its brightening and purifying properties, which can benefit cystic acne. It contains citric acid, which can help exfoliate the skin and unclog pores, reducing the likelihood of breakouts.

    Lemon Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    It also has antibacterial properties that can combat acne-causing bacteria. Lemon essential oil is refreshing and offers skin hydration. This essential oil is excellent for making anti-cystic acne blends.

    8. Tea Tree Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Tea tree essential oil is one of the most popular natural remedies for cystic acne due to its powerful antimicrobial properties. It contains terpinen-4-ol, which can effectively target and kill acne-causing bacteria.

    Tea Tree Essential Oil For Cystic Acne

    Tea tree essential oil also possesses anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce swelling and redness associated with cystic acne. When properly diluted and applied topically, it can help unclog pores, prevent further breakouts, and promote skin healing.

    Essential Oil Recipe For Hormonal Cystic Acne

    An essential oil blend is the best way to deal with cystic acne. This magical blend is easy to make and use. Here’s a list of ingredients and a step-by-step recipe for cystic acne.

    • Clove Essential Oil - 1 Drop
    • Oregano Essential Oil - 2 Drops
    • Lavender Essential Oil - 2 Drops
    • Tea Tree Essential Oil - 2 Drops
    • Virgin Coconut Oil - 1 Tablespoon
    • Frankincense Essential Oil - 1 Drop

    Step 1: Add the drops of each essential oil to a small, dark glass bottle.

    Step 2: Add the carrier oil to the bottle and tightly seal it.

    Step 3: Gently roll the bottle between your palms to mix the oils thoroughly.

    Step 4: Cleanse and dry your skin before applying the blend to your face.

    Step 5: Take a small amount of the blend and apply it to the affected areas of cystic acne.

    Step 6: Massage it gently into the skin using circular motions.

    Step 7: Leave the blend overnight or for at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off.

    Step 8: Perform a patch test before using the blend to check for sensitivities or allergies.

    Step 9: Store the remaining blend in a cool, dark place.

    Disclaimer: It is important to dilute essential oils and their blends before applying them topically, as they can be highly concentrated and irritate the skin. To perform a patch test, dilute the essential oil, apply a small amount to a clean skin area, and leave it undisturbed for 24 hours. Observe for any signs of irritation, redness, or discomfort.


    Do you like our take on essential oils for cystic acne? Incorporating essential oils like oregano, lavender, tea tree, clove, and frankincense from VedaOils into your skincare routine may help reduce inflammation, combat acne-causing bacteria, and promote healing for cystic acne naturally. Remember to dilute the oils properly and perform a patch test before use.

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  • Essential Oils For Cold Hands And Feet - Colder Months

    Step into a world where icy extremities meet the invigorating power of nature's aromatic wonders. Brace yourself for a journey that will warm your senses and ignite your imagination. If you've ever experienced the discomfort of cold extremities, you know how it can affect your overall well-being.

    Essential Oils For Cold Hands and Feet

    The good news is that essential oils can provide a soothing and warming sensation, helping to alleviate the symptoms of cold hands and feet. In this article, we will explore ten essential oils known for improving circulation, reducing inflammation, and promoting comfort and warmth. Additionally, we will provide you with a blend recipe using some of these oils so that you can create your natural remedy. Let's dive in and let the magic unfold!

    Top 10 Essential Oils For Cold Hands And Feet

    Essential oils are known for their cozy and warm feeling, making you comfortable when you suffer from cold hands and feet. Here is a list of the top 10 essential oils for cold hands and feet.

    1. Ginger Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    By improving blood circulation, ginger essential oil can relieve the symptoms of poor circulation, such as numbness and coldness, providing relief and restoring vitality to the extremities.

    Ginger Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Ginger essential oil is a powerful circulatory stimulant that helps increase blood flow to cold hands and feet. Its warming properties enhance circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote a sense of comfort and warmth.

    2. Lavender Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Lavender essential oil has analgesic effects, alleviating discomfort and promoting relaxation, which can help ease the symptoms associated with cold hands and feet.

    Lavender Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Lavender essential oil has calming and soothing properties that help relax tense muscles and improve blood circulation in cold hands and feet. It aids in reducing constriction in blood vessels, promoting better blood flow to the extremities.

    3. Myrrh Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Myrrh essential oil possesses potent anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation and swelling in the extremities, improving blood circulation to cold hands and feet.

    Myrrh Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Its warming nature enhances blood flow and provides a comforting sensation. Myrrh essential oil can alleviate discomfort and restore balance to the affected areas by addressing inflammation and promoting circulation.

    4. Eucalyptus Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Eucalyptus essential oil acts as a vasodilator, expanding blood vessels and increasing blood flow to cold hands and feet.

    Eucalyptus Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Its invigorating aroma helps open airways, enhancing respiratory function and overall circulation. Eucalyptus essential oil also offers a cooling sensation that can relieve discomfort and soothe the affected areas.

    5. Lemongrass Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Lemongrass essential oil's uplifting aroma provides a refreshing and invigorating experience, promoting a sense of vitality in the extremities.

    Lemongrass Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Lemongrass essential oil stimulates blood circulation and improves microcirculation, making it beneficial for cold hands and feet. It helps dilate blood vessels, allowing for better blood flow and reducing symptoms of poor circulation.

    6. Thyme Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Thyme essential oil has antimicrobial properties that can support overall skin health, protecting the extremities from potential infections or irritations.

    Thyme Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Thyme essential oil has vasodilating properties that help relax blood vessels and enhance cold hands and feet circulation. It reduces spasms and tension, promoting better blood flow and relieving discomfort.

    7. Frankincense Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Frankincense essential oil has a grounding and calming effect on the nervous system, promoting relaxation and reducing stress, which can improve circulation in the extremities.

    Frankincense Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Frankincense essential oil reduces inflammation and supports healthy blood flow in cold hands and feet. Its anti-inflammatory properties help decrease swelling and improve circulation.

    8. Echinacea Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Echinacea essential oil supports immune function and helps combat underlying factors contributing to cold hands and feet. Strengthening the immune system aids in preventing conditions that can lead to poor circulation. Improved circulation can relieve cold-related symptoms and promote optimal blood flow, ensuring that hands and feet receive adequate warmth and nourishment.

    9. Black Pepper Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Black pepper essential oil's invigorating properties help alleviate discomfort, restore warmth, and support optimal blood circulation to the extremities.

    Black Pepper Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Black pepper essential oil is a natural circulatory stimulant that helps increase blood flow to cold hands and feet. It has a warming effect, providing immediate relief and promoting better circulation.

    10. Rosemary Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Rosemary essential oil's energizing aroma can invigorate the senses and provide a comforting and warming experience for the affected areas.

    Rosemary Essential Oil For Cold Hands And Feet

    Rosemary essential oil stimulates blood circulation and promotes vasodilation, making it beneficial for cold hands and feet. It helps improve blood flow and oxygenation to the extremities, reducing the sensation of coldness.

    Essential Oils Blend Recipe For Cold Hands And Feet

    If one oil is not enough for you, try this staggering blend of some of the best essential oils for cold hands and feet. Here is an ingredient list, a simple recipe, and how to use it.

    • Ginger Essential Oil - 4 Drops
    • Lavender Essential Oil - 4 Drops
    • Rosemary Essential Oil - 2 Drops
    • Eucalyptus Essential Oil - 3 Drops
    • Frankincense Essential Oil - 3 Drops
    • Black Pepper Essential Oil - 2 Drops

    Step 1: Prepare a clean, empty roller or small glass bottle with a dropper.

    Step 2: Add the specified number of drops of each essential oil into the bottle.

    Step 3: Close the bottle tightly and gently roll or shake it to blend the oils.

    How To Use:

    Step 1: Apply a small amount of the blend to your hands and feet.

    Step 2: Massage gently in circular motions, focusing on the affected areas.

    Step 3: Breathe deeply and allow the aroma to relax and invigorate your senses.

    Step 4: Use as needed whenever you experience cold hands and feet.


    We Hope this blog helped you. These essential oils are fantastic for cold hands and feet but also have many other benefits, and you can read about them in the blog section. Essential oils are like a magical elixir of the age long past. Try them in your products with class leader, VedaOils. Visit us today at and purchase bulk essential oil for your next project at a discounted price.

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  • Essential Oils For Mascara - Add Essential Oils In Mascara

    Mascaras are pretty carbon black or iron oxide to darken your lashes and upgrade the layers of the lashes. Every beauty company, from global to local, has a range of mascaras for your eyelashes, making them gorgeous, smudge-free, and waterproof.

    Essential Oils In Mascara

    Many chemicals come into the picture with several added features in your mascara, which can harm your eyes and damage your organic ones. Thus to keep your lashes in shape and color, a natural solution that protects the skin and gives a perfect look to your eyes. Essential oils are the answer. Yup, you got that right! Let’s dive into the nourishing oiling features of your mascaras.

    Top 5 Essential Oils To Add In Mascara

    When it comes to essential oils, there is a long list of them with peculiar features soothing your skin and hair with excellent results. To nourish and shine your lashes, here you will find the top five essential oils which will help the mascara to grow and maintain naturally without the help of chemical-induced products.

    1. Lavender Essential Oil In Mascara

    Lavender essential oils are the most preferred choice in Mascara. A skin calmer and soother with an aromatic feel. Because of its antimicrobial properties, it's a life savior for itching and infections. The oil helps your mascaras to grow naturally.

    Lavender Essential Oil In Mascara

    Anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant, lavender essential oil promotes the natural growth of your mascaras. It promotes growth and improves the volume, lash strength, shine, and softness, making it a must-have and the best oil for glossy and healthy mascaras.

    2. Golden Jojoba Oil In Mascara

    Golden jojoba oil is quite popular in the list of essential oils. High in mineral and vitamin components beneficial for both skin and hair. Tender for the eyelids and safe to use.

    Golden Jojoba Oil In Mascara

    Affordable and natural, which helps your lashes to get a refined look. It is beneficial for your eyelashes, making them moisturized and increasing the blood circulation of the skin. This one has mineral magic preventing the hair from turning grey.

    3. Rosemary Essential Oil In Mascara

    Rosemary essential oil is another vital oil that is good for the skin. The name justifies the feature of the oil. Not only does it cleanse the skin, but it also reduces stress levels and fatigue and even supports the respiratory system.

    Rosemary Essential Oil In Mascara

    Rosemary essential oil gives a lively appearance to the eyes by relaxing all the muscles around them. A rejuvenator that gives a fresh feel and strengths hair growth. This essential oil nourishes the skin and conditions the lashes.

    4. Cedarwood Essential Oil In Mascara

    Cedarwood has unique features as it is extracted from various cedar trees, including bark, leaves, flowers, and more. The woody aroma makes it earthy and chemical-free. It enriches the lashes and soothes the skin.

    Cedarwood Essential Oil In Mascara

    The warm texture of the oil and the comforting attributes releases the stress giving a different feel to the eyes after application. It helps in hair growth and reduces dandruff and hair fall of the lashes. Yeah, eyelash dandruff is something not to ignore! Thus cedarwood essential oil is something you can hold on to.

    5. Tea Tree Essential Oil In Mascara

    Tea tree essential oil is the most commonly used oil. Every homemade recipe has tea tree oil as the essential ingredient enhancing the skin, hair, and whatnot! Mascaras are not foreign to this exotic oil.

    Tea Tree Essential Oil In Mascara

    This Australian oil has a lot of beneficial properties like anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, and more. A healer for infectious eyes like blepharitis. An anti-inflammatory agent helps with the swelling around the eyes. A must for strong and healthy eyelashes.

    Essential Oil Blend Recipe For Mascara

    Everything today can be homemade. Why not try the Mascara too!! There is no comparison of the home feel to the chemically processed products. No doubt, you are quick saviours, but once you know the method, it becomes easy and simple to care for your skin according to the standards and requirements.

    You must be doubtful, as people are quite particular about eye makeup and essentials but worry not; once you go through the method given, it will be your go-to one in days!!! Let’s help you make simple and smudge-free mascara at home with essential oils.

    • Beeswax - ⅛ Teaspoon
    • Glycerin - ½ Teaspoon
    • Aloe Vera Gel - ¼ Teaspoon
    • Bentonite Clay - ½ Teaspoon
    • Activated Charcoal - ½ Teaspoon
    • Rosemary Essential Oil - 2 Drops
    • Lavender Essential Oil - 2 Drops

    Step 1: Take a small saucepan and add all the ingredients leaving the essential oils.

    Step 2: Melt the beeswax over low-flame heat. Stir the solution properly without leaving any lumps.

    Step 3: To make the texture smooth can add more glycerin according to the choice.

    Step 4: Pour the solution into a mascara tube or any container you prefer.

    Step 5: Tada, your homemade smudge-free and waterproof mascara, is ready to use!!


    The steps above will guide you to know the importance of essential oils in mascara and the skin and hair. The combination and the homemade recipe will give you an excellent alternative to chemically induced products. The steps above will help you know all about mascaras and oils. So, it's time to add these natural blends to your mascaras and cherish their benefits.

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  • Bergamot Essential Oil Brands in India 2023

    If you are an aroma enthusiast, you have to the right place today. That’s because we will be discussing the various Bergamot Essential oil brands. Talking of the oil, Bergamot essential oil is known for its enchanting citrusy scent and its myriad therapeutic properties that have made this oil capture the heart of many people.

    Bergamot Essential Oil Brands

    The oil is derived from the rind of the Bergamot orange, a small citrus fruit native to Italy. However, with the increase in demand for bergamot essential oil, selecting the best bergamot essential oil brand can be daunting. But not to worry anymore. We have compiled a list of the best bergamot essential oil brands that you can choose to reap the maximum benefits for your overall well-being.

    Top 10 Bergamot Essential Oil Brands in India 2023

    We have compiled a list of the top 10 Bergamot essential oil brands that will help you allow to elevate your well-being and indulge in the mesmerizing essence of bergamot. Here are the best brands you can trust and enjoy a sensory experience like no other.

    1. VedaOils Bergamot Essential Oil

    One of the biggest and most popular brands you might have heard of when it comes to essential oils is VedaOils. The brand is also known for its top-quality Bergamot essential oil, crafted using the finest bega or oranges and ensures only the highest quality fruits are extracted. The brand also preserves the oil’s potency by making the perfect balance of fragrance and does not add any artificial additives.

    VedaOils Bergamot Essential Oil

    In addition, to retain Bergamot essential oil integrity as a natural and organic product, its bergamot essential oil is tested thoroughly to ensure it is devoid of any synthetic ingredients or impurities. If you're in search of a bergamot essential oil that encapsulates the pure essence of this delightful citrus fruit, look no further than VedaOils Bergamot Essential Oil.

    2. Dōterra Bergamot Essential Oil

    dōTERRA Bergamot Essential Oil is highly regarded in essential oils due to its exceptional quality, purity, and therapeutic benefits. Customers choose dōTERRA Bergamot Essential Oil for several compelling reasons, and its speciality lies in its unique characteristics and the commitment to excellence that dōTERRA upholds.

    Dōterra Bergamot Essential Oil

    The brand is also known for its ethical sourcing practices, and commitment to sustainability/ Bergamot Essential oil from Doterra is free from synthetic additives, contaminants or dilution. In addition to that versatility of the Doterra Bergamot essential oil makes it easy to use in various ways, from using it to create a cheerful atmosphere to using it in the form of aromatherapy. The brand and its oil are worth considering.

    3. Phool Bergamot Essential Oil

    Another brand you can trust to buy Bergamot Essential oil is Phool. Because of its great quality and distinctive speciality, customers should purchase Phool Bergamot Essential Oil. To provide a pure and effective product, Phool takes delight in locating the best bergamot oranges for its essential oil.

    Phool Bergamot Essential Oil

    Their unique selling point is their dedication to environmentally friendly practises and positive social impact, as they back flowercyclingTM, a project that turns leftover flowers from temples into natural items. Customers who use Phool Bergamot Essential Oil get to enjoy the lovely citrus scent and medicinal advantages and support local communities and the environment. It is a deliberate decision that balances individual interests with the larger good.

    4. Natures Absolutes Bergamot Essential Oil

    Premium components should always be used, and Bergamot Essential Oil from Nature's Absolutes is no exception. They meticulously choose the fruit to extract the oil from, ensuring that only the best rinds are used from the finest bergamot oranges produced in pure orchards. This painstaking technique perfectly captures the fruit's energising scent and healing qualities.

    Natures Absolutes Bergamot Essential Oil

    Nature's Absolutes painstakingly extracts the finest form of bergamot essential oil using cutting-edge distillation methods, retaining its delicate scent and medicinal properties. Every bottle of their bergamot oil radiates a seductive citrusy aroma that instantly uplifts the senses and fosters a sense of peace is a testament to their commitment to excellence.

    5. The Beauty Co Bergamot Essential Oil

    Another exceptional brand you can trust for purchasing Bergamot essential oil is The Beauty Co., Renowned for its focus on quality, purity, and natural beauty. The Beauty Co offers a delightful and transformative experience with their bergamot oil. The Beauty Co understands the significance of sourcing premium ingredients, and their Bergamot Essential Oil reflects their commitment to excellence.

    The Beauty Co Bergamot Essential Oil

    Sourced from the finest bergamot oranges and carefully cultivated in pristine orchards, The Beauty Co ensures that only the highest quality fruit is used for extraction. This attention to detail captures the essence of the fruit's invigorating aroma and therapeutic properties. The Beauty Co uses meticulous distillation methods to extract the purest form of bergamot essential oil, preserving its fragrant and potent qualities.

    6. Ayurmeans Bergamot Essential Oil

    Ayurmeans is a well-known organic brand that supplies various essential oils. One of the most prominent essential oil you will find from this brand which Bergamot Essential Oil.

    Ayurmeans Bergamot Essential Oil

    The brand is committed to bringing the right natural products to its customers by working directly with the farmers under the guidance of the principles of Ayurveda. The brand is known for its quality and no additives policy. Ayurmeans Bergamot Essential oil is free from artificial colours and chemicals, making it safe and useful for everyone.

    7. Nirmalaya Bergamot Essential Oil

    Nirmalaya Bergamot Essential Oil is another great brand you can trust. The brand provides its customers with 100% pure and natural Bergamot Essential Oil made from natural extracts. The essential oil is specifically made from aromatherapy and helps calm your senses.

    Nirmalaya Bergamot Essential Oil

    In addition, Nirmalaya Bergamot Essential oil does not contain any chemicals and is safe and toxin-free. This essential oil is also ideal for making DIY home fragrance products, whether you want to use it as a massage oil by mixing it with a carrier oil or directly adding it in little amounts to your homemade beauty products.

    8. WOW Bergamot Essential Oil

    Honestly, many reasons make WOW Bergamot Essential Oil a choice worth considering. The essential oil is 100% pure and natural, made from the highest quality Bergamot fruit, and free from synthetic additives and fillers.

    WOW Bergamot Essential Oil

    So this means you can be sure you are getting a pure and effective product. WOW, Bergamot Essential Oil is a very affordable option for those looking for high-quality essential oil. This essential oil can be used in various ways, including inhalation, topical application, and aromatherapy. It is also safe to use around children and pets.

    9. Moksha Lifestyle Bergamot Essential Oil

    Moksha Lifestyle Bergamot Essential Oil is a 100% pure and natural essential oil extracted from the bergamot fruit. It is a popular essential oil that is known for its many benefits. The oil is effective for various health problems, including stress, anxiety, depression, acne, and eczema.

    Moksha Lifestyle Bergamot Essential Oil

    It can also improve mood, boost energy levels, and promote relaxation. If you are looking for a natural and effective way to improve your health and well-being, Moksha Lifestyle Bergamot Essential Oil is a great option. It is 100% pure and natural and has many benefits. It is also easy to use and affordable.

    10. Young Living Bergamot Essential Oil

    Last but not least, Bergamot Essential oil is one great oil, especially from Young Living. The oil has cleansing and purifying properties, supporting overall wellness and cardiovascular health.

    Young Living Bergamot Essential Oil

    The brand is known for its natural ingredients from reputable and sustainable choices. In addition, the extraction method used also impacts the quality of the oil. In short, it is worth considering the brand of Bergamot Essential Oil.


    In conclusion, many great brands of bergamot essential oil are available in India. The best brand for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. Be sure to use it safely, no matter which brand of bergamot essential oil you choose. Essential oils are highly concentrated, so starting with a small amount is important and increasing the dose as needed. It is also important to avoid contact with the eyes and skin and to keep essential oils out of reach of children and pets.

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