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Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter - Dr. Botanicals Skincare
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml
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Lemon Superfood all-in-one Rescue Butter 50ml

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What does it do?
Our dermatologically tested, multi-purpose Lemon Butter is designed to nourish those stubborn areas of dry skin that you can’t seem to shift. This moisturiser combines Shea Butter, Almond Oil, Coconut Oil and Lemongrass for an ultra hydrating treatment wherever you need it most. For the face, body and hands, this will be your new go-to wonder product. 

This butter is as convenient as it is versatile. Pop it in your bag for hydration on the go, and leave it on your bedside table to target problem areas before bed. You’ll feel instant nourishment with the smallest amount; a little goes a long way with this rich butter. 

The Reviews:

  • “Gorgeous face cream... A real treat for my skin!”
  • “Amazing for dry skin areas and soothing for itchy skin.”
  • “It’s made a huge difference to my hands.”
  • “Absorbs easily and smells amazing.”
  • “I use this anywhere that’s feeling dry.”

About this Product: 
The 96% natural formulation is packed full of minerals, antioxidants and vitamins that work together to instantly renew dull and dry skin. Hero ingredients Shea Butter, Almond Oil and Coconut Oil moisturise while lemongrass imbues the butter with a beautifully natural scent. Full of plant-based oils like Seabuckthorn and Grape Seed, this butter has plenty of antioxidants and fatty acids for healthy, happy skin. What’s more, it absorbs easily and doesn’t feel heavy on the face or body. 

Treatment Type:
Face and body moisturiser

Key Benefits: 

Almond Oil is packed with vitamins A, B, D and E, which promote healing, protection and cell turnover, while nutritive fatty acids have been found to soften, moisturise, and replenish the skin. Dry skin in particular loves it for its smoothing and softening effects.₁

Coconut Oil is extracted from the fruit of the coconut tree, and is full of fatty acids and proteins which nourish the skin. Containing lauric acid, it can also combat acne due to the way the acid reduces inflammation and bacteria.₂

Shea Butter is known for its smoothing and moisturising action on dry skin. More than this though, it can regenerate and soothe the skin, protects  from external factors like UV rays, and is rich in antioxidants and skin-loving vitamins A, E, and F. 

Lemongrass is pivotal to our Lemon Butter. It provides that signature fresh, natural scent that our customers know and love. 

Skin Types: 
This butter is suited to all skin types

Skin Concerns: 
For anyone in need of an instant hit of hydration

How to Use:
Use this butter on everything from dry elbows and knees, to hands and your face after you’ve cleansed before bed

Our Commitment:
Dr Botanicals believes in the power of vegan and organic remedies to enhance the natural beauty of your skin. Our ingredients champion mother nature and sustainable resources. After using our skincare we hope you will too.

Ingredient Benefits:

Aqua (Water)

Water acts as a solvent for other ingredients in a skincare product

Cetearyl Alcohol

This can soothe and soften the skin, and it gives a product its slippery texture. Skincare with cetearyl alcohol can still be "alcohol free" as the effects are completely unlike skin-aggravating forms of alcohol₃

Stearic Acid (Shea Butter)

This fatty acid is used as an emollient and emulsifier. It has been shown to protect the skin's moisture barrier, and vitamins A, E and F help to improve cell turnover and protect against free radicals.₄

Glycerin

Glycerin is a compound that naturally occurs in our skin. It helps to protect against irritation, strengthens the skin's moisture barrier and it's a humectant - a quality which means it retains water₅

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

Considered to be a great emollient and moisturiser for the skin. It has fatty acids that can repair the skin barrier and reduce loss of moisture₆

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil

Containing lauric acid, it can also combat acne due to the way it reduces inflammation and bacteria, and helps to repair the skin

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil

The  linoleic acid content can help to fortify and soothe the skin while its fatty acids and omega-3 is useful for repairing the moisture barrier⁷

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil

This emollient plant oil harnesses the power of its fatty acids for skin-nourishing benefits. Skin loves it for its moisturising, smoothing and softening effects

Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil

Grape seed oil is packed with skin-barrier repairing fatty acids and vitamin E along with potent antioxidants that reduce the wear and tear of environmental damage on the skin₈

Phenoxyethanol

Though synthetic, this preservative occurs naturally in green tea. It's a very popular preservative in skincare as it's effective in concentrations less than 1%₉

Benzyl Alcohol

This organic alcohol occurs naturally in some teas and fruits like apricots and cranberries, and is used as a preservative

Sodium Hydroxide

Used for its skin cleansing abilities, sodium hydroxide is used in small amounts to keep the pH of a product stable₁₀

Hippophae Rhamnoides (Seabuckthorn) Fruit Oil

This wonder oil has a tonne of B, C and E vitamins, phenolic compounds that provide antioxidant effects, and fatty acids like omega-7. It is used to soothe and moisturise the skin₁₁

Xanthan Gum

Totally natural and produced from glucose and sucrose, xanthan gum is a common skincare ingredient used for its thickening and emulsifying abilities

Allantoin

A by-product of uric acid, allantoin is considered to be an effective skin-soothing and moisturising agent₁₂

Disodium EDTA

EDTA is short for ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid and it works as a stabiliser so products will stay nicer for longer

Citral

Found in lemongrass, verbena, lemon and orange oils, citral is used for its fresh scent

Dehydroacetic Acid

This preservative is popular in natural skincare as it's super effective at enabling products to last longer and works in low concentrations

Cymbopogon Flexuosus Oil

You'll know the common name of this essential oil - lemongrass, which has a beautiful citrus fragrance₁₃

Geraniol

Found in geraniums, lemon and many other essential oils, geraniol is used for its floral rose scent

Linalool

Linalool occurs in hundreds of natural oils like ylang-ylang, bergamot and jasmine, and is used for its sweet lavender, citrus scent

Citronellol

Found naturally in rose and geranium oil, citronellol is a fragrance ingredient with a grassy, citrus-like, rose scent

Eugenol

This fragrance chemical occurs naturally in cloves, basil, and bay leaves, and has a spicy scent

Isoeugenol

Another fragrance ingredient, isoeugenol occurs in the essential oils of plants like ylang-ylang and is used for its delicate floral perfume

Limonene

Limonene is present in many natural fragrance ingredients like lemons, pine and mint, and is used for its fruity scent₁₄



Research References:

₁ISRN Toxicology, September 2013, ePublication
Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, February 2010, pages 10-12

₂American Journal of Pharmacological Sciences, May 2017, pages 25-30
Evangelista, Mara Therese Padilla, Flordeliz Abad‐Casintahan, and Lillian Lopez‐Villafuerte. "The effect of topical virgin coconut oil on SCORAD index, transepidermal water loss, and skin capacitance in mild to moderate pediatric atopic dermatitis: a randomized, double‐blind, clinical trial." International journal of dermatology 53.1 (2014): 100-108.

₃http://www.cosmeticsinfo.org/ingredient/cetyl-alcohol
FDA Labeling Claims, 2014

₄International Journal of Cosmetic Science, August 2013, pages 337-345

₅International Journal of Cosmetic Science, August 2016, ePublication https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4885180/

₆Food and Chemical Toxicology, January 2000, issue 1, pages 79-98

₇Pediatric Dermatology, August 2018, ePublication; and January-February 2013, pages 42-50
Chemicke Zvesti, May 2018, pages 2,607-2,615

₈Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, April 2016, pages 280-285
Cosmetics, August 2015, pages 259-276

₉Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, December 2016, page 156
PLOS One, October 2016, ePublication

₁₀Acta dermato-venereologica, March 1995, pages 97-101
Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology, April 2008, pages 117–123

₁₁Planta Medica, January 2018, pages 26-33
Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, January 2016, ePublication

₁₂International Journal of Toxicology, May 2010, Supplement, pages 84S-97S
Pharmacognosy Review, Volume 5, July-December 2011

₁₃https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5801909/

₁₄Food and Chemical Toxicology, July 2015, pages 160-170
British Journal of Dermatology, August 2014, pages 292-297
Anti-inflammatory and Anti-allergy Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, March 2014, pages 29-35
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, 2013, issue 1, pages 17-38
Contact Dermatitis, January 2009, pages 32-40


Reviews sourced from our Feefo page.