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Vegetable Butters are moisturizing, help protect the skin, are rich in beneficial nutrients and are well suited for inclusion within skin/hair care, aromatherapy, spa, cosmetic and massage formulations. Butters contribute to the viscosity and stability of emulsions. They provide rigidity to lip and body balms, lotion bars and other stick products.

Vegetable Butters are obtained by blending the nutritive natural fatty fractions of a vegetable oil. Depending on the butter, the fractions come directly from either the oil or hydrogenated oil or the unsaponifiable fraction. Vegetable Butters are solid at room
temperature. The percentage of the unsaponifiable fraction of a vegetable oil is usually very low. It requires a large quantity of processed oil to yield a significant quantity of butter.

Butters can melt during shipment. This is most common during the summer months or in warmer regions, but it can happen during cooler months as well. Vegetable butters should become solid again within a few hours (or sometimes days, depending on the
butter) if stored at room temperature.

Is vegetable butter good for you?

 The bottom line. Plant-based butter can be a good butter alternative for people who want
 to limit their dairy consumption or lower their cholesterol. If heart health is a concern,  read  the nutrition labels carefully to make sure that your plant-based butter contains less   saturated fat than regular butter.