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The Difference between Ivory Butter and Lumi Butter

The Difference between Ivory Butter and Lumi Butter

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Ivory Butter and Lumi Butter both have a shea butter base and an affinity for softening skin so what makes them look and smell different? Let’s take a closer look:

Ingredients 

Ivory Butter is made with shea butter, extra virgin olive oil and vitamin E oil which enrich your skin but we wanted something that could elevate your skincare routine so we added a little mica to the mix and Lumi Butter was born. Mica is a glittery fine powder derived from a natural stone mineral that gives Lumi Butter its ultra bronzing effect.

Blessings 

When applied, these butters minimise wrinkles, and fade scars and stretch marks. Ivory Butter is superb for day-to-day moisturising of your skin or strengthening of your hair, while Lumi Butter melts into the skin, giving you a golden glow that lights up for special occasions.

Variants 

Ivory Butter 

For an intense moisturiser that works great for all skin types try Ivory Butter (unscented)

For citrusy notes you’ll want Ivory Butter (lemongrass)

For a fresh, cool scent Ivory Butter (mint) will do the trick.

For a sweet, warm scent, go with Ivory Butter (vanilla).

For a soothing floral scent try Ivory Butter (rose & vanilla).

For nutty hints, Ivory Butter (coconut) is the right fit. 

Lumi Butter 

For a luminescent look Lumi Butter (unscented) is suitable for all skin types while Lumi Butter (sweet oud) appeals to your sweet side.

Ivory Butter and Lumi Butter both have a shea butter base and an affinity for softening skin so what makes them look and smell different? Let’s take a closer look:

Ingredients 

Ivory Butter is made with shea butter, extra virgin olive oil and vitamin E oil which enrich your skin but we wanted something that could elevate your skincare routine so we added a little mica to the mix and Lumi Butter was born. Mica is a glittery fine powder derived from a natural stone mineral that gives Lumi Butter its ultra bronzing effect.

Blessings 

When applied, these butters minimise wrinkles, and fade scars and stretch marks. Ivory Butter is superb for day-to-day moisturising of your skin or strengthening of your hair, while Lumi Butter melts into the skin, giving you a golden glow that lights up for special occasions.

Variants 

Ivory Butter 

For an intense moisturiser that works great for all skin types try Ivory Butter (unscented)

For citrusy notes you’ll want Ivory Butter (lemongrass)

For a fresh, cool scent Ivory Butter (mint) will do the trick.

For a sweet, warm scent, go with Ivory Butter (vanilla).

For a soothing floral scent try Ivory Butter (rose & vanilla).

For nutty hints, Ivory Butter (coconut) is the right fit. 

Lumi Butter 

For a luminescent look Lumi Butter (unscented) is suitable for all skin types while Lumi Butter (sweet oud) appeals to your sweet side.

A Routine with This & You  in Mind

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Ivory Butter

Hyperpigmentation

This softening whipped shea butter helps to stimulate hair growth, soften and moisture skin and hair, minimise wrinkles amongst others.

Onyx Light

Acne

Described as ‘beauty from ashes’, the resulting ash is especially adept at clarifying skin, hydrating skin and hair and removing excess oil

Glow Oil

Hyperpigmentation

The only ingredient in this luscious daily moisturiser is pure, cold-pressed shea nut oil that nourishes for soft, supple and glowing skin.

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