Ecology[ edit ] The Murumuru palm Astrocaryum murumuru is abundant in the Brazilian Amazon, extending to the borders of Bolivia and Peru. It prefers to grow in periodically flooded areas, especially on islands and in lowlands along the rivers throughout the Amazon River estuary and its tributaries, in dense or semi-open forests. When the fruit is ripe, the inflorescence cluster of flowers drops to the ground. The fruit contains a yellow flesh often consumed by rodents as food, which leave the seeds clean. The kernels must be ground with grinding discs before hydraulic extraction.

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Linoleic acid Apart from being rich in fatty acids, this butter is also loaded with pro-vitamin A. Its quality is similar to tucuma and coconut oil, but some consider it superior to the other two because of its higher melting point at Murumuru butter benefits for skin While this exotic butter can promise to keep our skin hydrated, its properties seem to extend well beyond that! Murumuru seed butter has incredible nourishing properties you can benefit from greatly!

Its naturally glossy structure helps to repair and protect skin and hair. Natural help for skin conditions As a butter that soothes the skin and nourishes it at the same time, murumuru is great for those suffering from eczema and psoriasis.

Anti-aging properties Because of oleic acid and its vitamin K content, this butter helps to boost collagen production in your skin.

In other words, it helps to boost the elasticity of the skin and minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Does murumuru butter clog pores? It supposedly has antiviral, antifungal, antimicrobial and even antibacterial properties. Because of the antimicrobial properties, lauric acid could be seen as a natural remedy to fight acne. Try argan oil for acne instead! In short, it provides you with a similar amount of lauric acid, but without the side effects.

Is murumuru butter comedogenic? I have not found any specific information on the murumuru comedogenic rating. I did find this research you might be interested in. Apparently, people that have low levels of linoleic acid in their skin, tend to suffer more from acne and breakouts. Murumuru butter hair benefits Murumuru can naturally moisturize your hair, as well as it can your skin.

It locks in moisture, making your hair strong and healthy. It can soften and protect hair but without any extra weight of the feeling or any appearance of greasiness. It helps to recover your hair, giving it a glossy and shiny look! Helps you manage your hair more easily Dealing with frizzy hair can be a nuisance. Murumuru butter Amazon: which one to get?

Paris Fragrances claim to have more than a decade of experience of selling skincare supplies and ingredients at retail and wholesale. Their oils from the Amazon Rainforest are certified and all their products are cruelty-free. Each purchase helps us to provide a sustainable economy to the population. The palms are not grown with the purpose to deforest the area, but to wild-harvest the seeds, protecting the forest and conserving it at the same time.

They cold-press the seeds and strive to maintain the highest quality and quantity of nutrients in the butter. The negative: the butter is smelly to some. The scent can be too strong and overpowering. Murumuru butter by Oslove Organics Oslove organics offer personal products for skin and hair. They claim that quality is their number one priority. They strive to improve the lives of their customers, so they make and sell ingredients that are natural and organic, from different corners of the world.

By using organic ingredients, our products offer the highest benefit to consumers without the added risk of impurities or dangerous contamination associated with fertilizers and any form of modification.

We feel obligated to fulfill a responsibility to our customers by supplying them with beneficial products in their purest form. The negative: not certified organic. Watch out when purchasing. The butter may be liquid when you get it and it can spill out of the bag.

And you and the murumuru butter benefits? Have you ever tried this butter in your homemade skincare routine? Let me know below! Stay Wild!



I receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase using my link. Wondering how murumuru butter benefits the skin and hair? Read on to find out what murumuru butter is and how it can revitalize your hair and soften your skin. Murumuru butter is among the best organic ingredients which are currently being used in the cosmetic industry. Found along the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, Murumuru butter is derived from the Murumuru palm tree. Murumuru butter is highly versatile and has a creamy yellowish texture and a distinctive smell, which is somehow overpowering to some people. According to research, this butter is rich in fatty acids, oleic acid, vitamin A, inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.


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For larger sizes or customized quantities, please contact us directly for pricing and availability Add to Cart Our organically crafted Murumuru Butter is cold pressed from the seeds of the reddish-orange fruits of the Murumuru Astrocaryum murumuru palm tree, native to Brazil and other regions of the Amazon. It possesses a lovely, desirable texture and consistency that is slightly softer than most cold-pressed vegetable butters. Lauric Acid is a rare medium-chain fatty acid that is found in human breast milk as well as coconut oil. A combination of these acids and other ingredients enable Murumuru Butter to act as a natural moisturizer for sensitive skin. Being easily absorbed into the deep layers, Mumumuru Butter helps to restore elasticity, suppleness, even effects of sun damage and transform prematurely aging skin. It is prized for its high antioxidant content, which helps to repair damage caused by free radicals, making the skin look younger and glowing.

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