Hi, I'm Tasha!
I own Belle Butters, LLC, a handmade hair and body care line. Visit my shop at http://www.bellebutters.com
In addition to performing mixing combos on some smooth ass butters, I'm a photography hobbyist, I love to write (I've contributed to For Harriet) and I love hanging out with my friends and family. Here is where I get to show you all what I sell, what inspires me, and from time to time, vent a bit. :)
Hey #Bellebers! I’m back with another closer look at #bellebutters. This time we will go over the Mint Chocolate Butter for hair and body, just in time for Girl Scout Cookie season (this butter smells like a Thin Mint).
Olive Butter-this is the only non-Shea based butter I make and olive butter is awesome at improving the skin’s elasticity.
Coca Butter-helps seal in moisture on the hair and body and helps to even the skin tone.
Macadamia Nut Oil-this oil helps to control frizz and fly aways!
Peppermint Oil-opens up the sinuses, stimulates hair growth and it is an antiseptic!
Hey everyone! Today I’m going over the ingredients that make the Unyevu Butter awesome (and of my top-sellers). Let’s get into it!
Shea: naturally occurring vitamin E and high levels of oleic acid help heal the skin
Apricot Kernel Oil: rich in vitamins A and E
Avocado butter: omega fatty acids keep the skin soft and supple
Neem oil: relieves irritation and inflammation, especially on the scalp and skin. Excellent for those that suffer from dandruff and eczema. It also helps thicken the hair.
Mango butter: Also contains vitamin E to promote healing and it is a light butter that is also very firm at room temp. It helps gives this butter its texture.
Sunflower oil: Helps to retain moisture and keeps the skin supple and flexible.
The second most asked question that I receive and the answer is, Yes! I ship everywhere. This info is in my bio here on IG/in the FAQ but I understand that sometimes it gets overlooked. I’ve shipped to S. Africa, Andorra, Singapore, Austria and more. I wish I could pack myself up and ship myself to these places. One day! #bellebutters
Some of you have seen this chart before but for those of you that haven’t, this chart represents the most common zones for breakouts and what they all mean. People often tell me about a breakout in one area and I usually have a solution for it. Here’s the breakdown:
Areas 1&2: you are dehydrated or you may be having an allergic reaction to something (I break out in this area when I’ve had way too much fresh lemon, I have a sensitivity to citric acid)
Area 3: not a common place for breakouts but is a sign of too much alcohol intake or dairy.
Areas 4, 6, 8 and 10: again, you need to hydrate. These areas are also associated with too much caffeine or alcohol in your system.
Areas 5&9: most common cause is allergies, a reaction to a new product for instance or you may have rosacea (see a derm doc). Another cause is smoking.
Area 7: usually stress related. This applies to pimples, not blackheads which are commonly found on most people with oily skin.
Area 12: time to detox! A breakout in this area is related to toxic buildup in the intestine. Literally, clear yourself out 😉
Area 11&13: common areas for breakout in women and is usually hormonal. Prevent this by increasing water intake and decreasing caffeine (all kinds) two weeks prior to your monthly period.
Area 14: least common breakout area and is a sign of a bad cold, flu or it could be from your clothing (scarfs, turtlenecks) Properly treat the issue based on what it is. If you don’t notice a change in this area after a few weeks, see a doc as it could be a sign of a bacterial infection.