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Strahl & Pitsch has a line of Natural Butters that Combine vegetable oils and natural waxes for use in personal care product development. Designed to combine all the desirable and functional characteristics of vegetable oils in a stable base on natural waxes.

 

Avocado Butter

"The Better Butter "
Announcing Strahl & Pitsch's newest ingredient for skin care, Avocado Butter. This product combines all the attributes of Avocado Oil in a creamy texture.

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OLIVE OIL Butter

"The Better Butter "
Announcing Strahl & Pitsch's newest ingredient for skin care, Olive Oil Butter. This product combines all the attributes of Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a creamy texture.

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SUNFLOWER Butter

"The Better Butter "
Announcing Strahl & Pitsch's newest ingredient for skin care, Sunflower Butter. This product combines all the attributes of Sunflower Oil in a creamy texture.

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Golden JOJOBA Butter

"The Better Butter "
Announcing Strahl & Pitsch's newest ingredient for skin care, Golden Jojoba Butter. This product combines all the attributes of Golden Jojoba Oil in a creamy texture.

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SWEET ALMOND Butter

"The Better Butter "
Announcing Strahl & Pitsch's newest ingredient for skin care, Sweet Almond Butter. This product combines all the attributes of Sweet Almond Oil in a creamy texture.

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REGULATORY STATUS:

Proprietary Blend contains no hazardous ingredients.
Country of Origin: Produced in the US and are made out of ingredients from Natural origin (non GMO) only. No synthetic or mineral ingredients are used in this product.

 

"This information relates only to the specific material designated in its pure described state and may not be valid for such materials used in combination with any other materials or in any process. Such information is to the best of Strahl & Pitsch's knowledge and belief, accurate and reliable. However,no representation, warranty or guarantee is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. It is the user's responsibility to satisfy himself as to the suitableness and completeness of such information for his own particular use."