Another long day? Soothe your tired legs and feet with the refreshing tingle of peppermint and the warmth of ginger. Generously apply this rich butter and feel it melt into a luxurious oil thanks to the perfect combination of cocoa butter and extra virgin olive oil. Put on a cozy pair of socks so this product can work its wonders overnight, and don’t forget to wash your hands before you sleep because these invigorating oils might keep you awake ;-)
This preservative-free product lasts longer when exposure to the elements (i.e. air, humidity, sunlight) is kept to a minimum. Please store in a cool, dark place and keep tightly sealed between uses.
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theobroma cacao (cocoa/buerre de cacao) seed butter, vitis vinifera (grape/pépin de raisin) seed oil, prunus armeniaca (apricot/abricot) kernel oil, manihot esculenta (tapioca) root starch, mentha piperita (peppermint/menthe poivrée) oil, zingiber officinale (ginger/gingembre) oil, geraniol/géraniol*
*component of essential oil/composant d'huile essentielle
- Samples are packed in an easily transportable and resealable HDPE plastic pod
- 65 g / 2.29 oz of body butter filled by weight (not volume) in a 125 ml glass jar.
Just the Goods whipped body butter is packed by weight, not volume, so jars containing the batches that turn out more fluffy tend to look as if they are more full than jars containing batches that don’t have as much air whipped into them. There are a number of factors that determine how much air whips into a batch including: temperature when whipping starts, how long a batch rests in the freezer, how long the batch is whipped after the freezing process, or even how cold a batch was when it was packed into the jar and was sealed. These are issue that can be controlled in a mechanized/automated factory setting, but since handmade products involve human interaction, small differences from batch to batch can and do happen. The density, quantity and type of essential oils used in each recipe can also contribute differences between batches.
TL;DR: All jars do contain the same weight of product... the only difference is that some jars may contain fewer microscopic air bubbles.