Skincare

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  • How to Reduce Hyperpigmentation and Dark Spots Using Natural Products

    Natural skincare products aren’t just a new trend; they are also often cheaper, more safe than popular products containing chemicals, and more effective. One may think that chemicals in products make them more effective, but the truth is...there are plenty of ways to reduce hyperpigmentation and many of them are as natural as the green earth.  View Post
  • Skincare Ingredients that cannot be mixed together

    We always remind you of the best ways to layer your skincare products. Which leads off with the product with the thinnest consistency first, but there are more rules to take into consideration. Some of those active ingredients that work to cure your skin challenges should never be mixed with one another.  View Post
  • The Proper Routine for the Essential Kit

    What’s the best way to put together a proper skin care routine? First, knowing what products work together, how they benefit your skin, and the order in which to use them is incredibly important when developing a skincare routine for optimal results.  View Post
  • How to read skin care ingredients

    Do you read product labels? (You better! I mean... at The Butter Bar Skincare, we pride ourselves on only offering 100% natural products with ingredients you can actually pronounce.) View Post
  • Hypopigmentation

    Hypopigmentation is not what people commonly hear or even experience when it comes to skin tone. We all have experienced dark spots and darkening of our skin whether due to genetics or acne. But what is much less common but still extremely important to discuss is the rare experience of hypopigmented skin.  View Post
  • Bentonite Clay, Kaolin Clay

    CLAY-though? Yes, that’s right...clay, Bentonite Clay, and Kaolin Clay to be specific. Believe it or not certain types of clay are extremely absorbent and extremely rich in nutrients. View Post
  • What's Up Honey (Raw)

    Honey is the sweet, sticky substance that bees produce and store in hives. Honey are not all the same and depending on the methods used to process them after extraction, each type of honey has its own peculiar properties and benefits to health and skin. Raw honey benefits for skin are many, and certainly more than can be offered by other types of honey. View Post
  • Kalahari Oil – Moisture Superstar

     Kalahari melon seed oil is a light, yellow-colored oil that is extracted from Kalahari melons, and is joining the ranks of argan, coconut and cacay oil.  This lightweight oil does not clog the pores or hair follicles. In addition, this oil is moisturizing from its fatty acids and provides color and pigment protection.

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