Review: Skinfood Super Butter Multi-Cream

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This is another product from my recent haul that I bought due to lack of reviews. I think the is a new product, but It’s so hard to find any info on that I’m not really sure. Nonetheless I wanted to try it, partly because of the ingredients, partially because it looks like a container of European butter.

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Kinda cute!  I have a soft spot for european butter because one of my favorite breakfast growing up was a slice of french bread with a bit of french unsalted butter and a slice of prosciutto. Could’ve lived on that stuff! Back to the review :3

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Main ingredients include Shea Butter, Cacao Butter, Coconut Butter, Macadamia Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Olive Oil, Beeswax, and a few other oils as well. This products is meant for face and body; it is essentially a solidified mash-up of moisturizing oils so it’s fairly heavy.

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The label lifts off to reveal a rubber spatula! However I the label is just a thick paper and I kind of wish it were plastic. It also falls off easily [so does the lid] so if you plan to keep this in a bag or travel with it, it will need to be rubber-banded.

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The spatula is pretty cool, it’s made from a flexible silicone.

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When you first open the package, the product is sealed with foil.

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I obviously used it a bit before reviewing, to give a better opinion. The product has a weird smell that I don’t like much; kind of like a sweet play-doh smell.

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Use the spatula to scrape some product out. The texture is smooth and soft, not hard to get on the spatula.

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Spreading it on skin, it looks almost exactly like coconut oil. You need very little product to cover a lot of area.

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Spreading it on, it is VERY shiny. But it actually absorbs really well, which makes for a great nighttime treatment for your face, body, etc. I wouldn’t recommend putting it on your face during the day, though. It can be a little too heavy to wear under makeup.

Overall, I actually like this product a lot. It really is a multi-cream in that it has a ton of uses. My favorites are: To use as a moisturizing face mask, as a nighttime face cream when my skin is really dry, as a lip balm, hand salve, on my elbows and knees, and as a foot mask [spread liberally and throw on socks before bed!]. It was only $15 and I think it’ll last me a while; at least until I can recover my skin from all this winter dryness : )

Rating: 4/5

Would I buy again? It might be too heavy to use during warmer months, but I like it for right now!

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