5 Temptingly Tasty Benefits of Spreading Butter on your Body instead of your Bread
5 TEMPTINGLY TASTY BENEFITS OF SPREADING BUTTER ON YOUR BODY INSTEAD OF YOUR BREAD
STOP! PUT DOWN THE LURPAK! We don’t really want you basting yourself like a turkey. We actually want you to put down your creams and lotions and use body butter.
Because we think it’s better …
1. IT’S MORE EFFECTIVE
Unlike cream and lotion, butter isn’t water-based. Which is good. Water-based products can dehydrate your skin over time. Since it doesn’t dehydrate your skin, butter is a more effective moisturiser, offering deeper hydration. So it makes your skin softer AND smoother.
2. IT SAVES YOU TIME
Creams and lotions do work. But they wear off quickly. Butter on the other hand, lasts all day. So you don’t waste precious time reapplying. You can just slap it on in the morning and forget about it. JOB. DONE. More time to focus on important things. Like meeting the girls for a Turmeric Latte.
3. IT MAKES YOU LOOK YOUNGER
Just make sure you get one with coconut oil in (Our Chocolate Orange). Coconut oil is SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN to reduce visible signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles. Restoring you skins youthful radiance. Imagine how it would feel to get asked for ID again …
4. IT PROTECTS YOUR SKIN
Think of it as the caring gent who gave you his coat in the rain. Bet you wish you’d called him back right? Well there’s no need when you use butter. Since it creates a protective layer over your skin, it protects you from bad weather. You’ll have no use for boring Ben’s coat after all.
5. IT SAVES YOU MONEY
You don’t need to use as much or apply it as often. So a tub will go a long way. That means a lighter hit on your purse. And more money to spend on what you really want. Did someone say shoes?
There you have it. The 5 temptingly tasty benefits of spreading butter on your body instead of your bread.
Head over to our Limited edition Body Butter now to try it out for yourself. We have formulated an easter themed butter, so you’re bound to love it, and rub it, all over your skin (but thankfully not your bread – they don’t taste that great anyway).