How is Sal Butter made?
SAL BUTTER is extracted from the seeds of the Shorea Robusta tree native to India.
Benefits of Sal Butter for skin & hair
- deep conditions dry and rough hair
- promotes hair growth
- soothes dry and itchy skin
- calms down sun burn
Drop a pea-size dollop of salt butter in your hands and rub together to melt, and then apply directly to the skin. If you whip it into one of our luscious body butter recipes, apply much as you would any other cream.
Keep the jar in a cool and dry place with lid tightly closed. If it is too hot & humid, store in fridge.
Butters often melt in transit to higher temperature states during the summer months. There might be some sediments in raw butters which is totally normal. If you spot any, kindly melt and sieve the butter for usage.