2.12-2.47 oz of raw cocoa butter


60-70 grams Cocoa butter, edible, virgin, grade A, organic, unrefined, unfiltered, raw cocoa butter


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Cocoa butter, also called theobroma oil, is a pale-yellow, edible vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa bean. It is used to make chocolate, as well as some ointments, toiletries, and pharmaceuticals. Cocoa butter has a cocoa flavor and aroma.
Cocoa butter is obtained from whole cocoa beans, which are fermented, roasted, and then separated from their hulls.
Cocoa butter is a major ingredient in practically all types of chocolates (white chocolate, milk chocolate, but also dark chocolate). This application continues to dominate consumption of cocoa butter.
Cocoa butter is one of the most stable fats known, a quality that, coupled with natural antioxidants, prevents rancidity, giving it a storage life of two to five years.The velvety texture, pleasant fragrance and emollient properties of cocoa butter have made it a popular ingredient in products for the skin, such as soaps and lotions.
The moisturizing abilities of cocoa butter are frequently recommended for prevention of stretch marks in pregnant women, treatment of chapped or burned skin and lips, and as a daily moisturizer to prevent dry, itchy skin. (Wikipedia)

Shea Butter Versus Cocoa Butter Skin Care

Cocoa butter and shea butter are two of nature’s richest moisturizers, all-natural beauty products that can do wonders for your skin. Each has been used for centuries as a beauty product, and both are commonly found in creams and lotions. However, there are notable differences between the two that can affect your skin for the better or for the worse.

Both shea and cocoa are naturally occuring substances. Shea butter is also known as karite butter. It’s made from the nuts of the karite tree found in West and Central Africa. Shea butter is sometimes called “women’s gold,” because its harvest and production creates jobs for many African women. Cocoa butter is extracted from cacao seeds, also known as cocoa beans.
Cocoa butter and shea butter are similarly prized as moisturizers. Both contain fatty acids, which improve skin moisture retention and elasticity. Both are effective in easing skin problems such as eczema or psoriasis. Most people agree that cocoa butter’s smell is very pleasant, and some use it for aromatherapy. Shea butter’s fragrance, on the other hand, is sometimes described as off-putting.

Our products have not been altered at all and the quality we offer you is the best, so virgin that it can be used in cooking.



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Weight 100 g


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