Hand Butter

£9.00

Hand Butter is a semi-solid whipped butter with essential oils which soothes and moisturizes dry skin.

Hand Butter is formulated with:

  •  Moisturising shea butter and coconut oil
  •  Skin revitalizing carrot seed essential oil
  •  German chamomile essential oil used for sensitive skin and itchy conditions

Hand Butter:

  •  Quickly absorbed into the skin
  •  Forms a silky ‘protective glove’ that lasts through hand washing and dog bathing
  •  Is naturally hydrating
  •  Leaves dry hands feeling soft, smooth, and healthy

In Hand Butter you won’t find:

  •  Parabens
  •  Petrolatum
  •  Synthetic fragrances

 

40g

SKU: VC-HB-40 Category:

Vita Canis Hand Butter is a semi-solid butter with essential oils. Hand Butter soothes and moisturises dry and cracked skin. It is 100% natural, without parabens, petrolatum, or synthetic fragrances.

Two main ingredients in Hand Butter are moisturising shea butter and coconut oil. Hand Butter also contains essential oils: skin revitalising carrot seed and anti-inflammatory German chamomile essential oils.

Shea Butter for aging skin

Shea butter helps cell regeneration and capillary circulation. Therefore it is very good for aging skin. It is a humectant, meaning it absorbs moisture from the air. Therefore it is also excellent for dry skin. (L. Price; Carrier oils for aromatherapy and massage, 2012). With long-term use of our Hand Butter, many people report skin softening and strengthening.

Coconut Oil for dry skin

Many people use coconut oil for cosmetic purposes. To improve the health and appearance of their skin.
Studies show that coconut oil can improve the moisture content of dry skin.  And also reduce the symptoms of eczema. Coconut oil is rich in antioxidants reduce inflammation and heals wound fast.

Essential Oils in Hand Butter

Carrot seed essential oil is an excellent cellular regenerator for the skin. It has been described as one of the strongest revitalizing essential oils. (S. Battaglia: The complete guide to aromatherapy, 2002)

German chamomile is anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. It has healing properties, such as when our bodies form scar tissues. And also relieves itchy skin.

Hand Butter is vegan & cruelty-free. It quickly absorbs into the dry skin, leaving hands amazingly soft.

“Well, my hands go terribly dry as the weather changes every year. I have been using this on my hands only once a day for the last 3 days and my hands are a lot better already and the skin feels a lot healthier. It’s brilliant!” Fee Brook, Pride 2 Groom – Professional Pet Grooming

Need to Know

Precautions:

For external use only. Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Keep away from children. DO NOT USE IT ON CATS.

Frequently Asked Questions

My dog keeps licking my hands after I applied Hand Butter, is it safe?

Yes, Hand Butter is lick safe.

My dog ate some of the Hand Butter shall I seek medical advice?

No need for that. Your dog may have a bit of loose stool because the Hand Butter is oily.

Does the product smell of anything?

Hand Butter smells like green herbs.

How long does the product last after opening?

The product should be used within 12 months from opening.

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What People Say...

Hi Jitka, I contacted you about your Skin Relief Spray and your Hand Butter about a week ago as my 89-year-old mum suffers from terribly itchy skin. We’ve tried almost every skin product from the usual chemists and have resorted to antihistamines after checking they are okay with mums other atrial fibrillation tabs.

Unfortunately, these can cause nose bleeds so a new remedy was required. We’ve been using the Vita Canis Soothing Antiseptic Spray for thee days and her back is no longer driving her mad with itching. The Hand Butter has been applied to her feet with the same excellent results. We will continue using the spray and butter and I will give you another update next week but things are looking promising.
Jenni Owen