Coffee Butter is produced via blending of hydrogenated vegetable oils with coffee oil which is obtained by a specific cold pressing process of roasted coffee beans (seeds).
Coffee oil mainly contains polyunsaturated linoleic acid with a high content of palmitic acid. After a blending with hydrogenated vegetable oil, Coffee Butter offers higher oxidation stability (a lower linoleic content) with an exceptional smooth and elegant feeling on the skin. Coffee Butter exhibits excellent spreadability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage butter or carrier for unique skin treatment products.
INCI: Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Oil & Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil
Appearance: Pale Brown Smooth Butter
Odor: Characteristic Of Roasted Coffee
Melting Range: 42 - 50 Deg C
Free Fatty Acids: Not Determined
Iodine Value: 65-85
Peroxide Value: 10.0 Max
Suggested Uses: Cosmetics, Toiletries, Soaps, Massage Oils & Balms, Hair Care And Sun Care Preparations.
Suggested Use Levels: 3% To 100% Pure (As A Butter-Like Balm).
Edible: No, for external use only
This material also has strong anti-oxidant activity because of it containing ravenous free radical scavengers. With the growing popularity of coffee in today's active, youth oriented marketplace, Coffee Butter will find wide acceptance in a variety of product applications.
- Anti-inflammatory Agent
- Bodying Agent
- Dermal Moisture Content Balancing
- Feel Modification/Enhancement
- Hair Conditioning Agent
- Healing Promotion
- Moisturizing Agent
- Natural Product
- Plant Derived / Vegetal Based
- Skin Protectant (anti-radical properties)
- After Sun Skin Care
- Bar Soaps
- Facial Skin Care
- Foot Care
- Hair Conditioners
- Hand & Body Care
- Lip Care
- Liquid Handsoaps
- Shaving Products
- Shower Gels/Body Washes