Lotion is runnier in nature and has more liquid oils and distilled water in its formulation. Lotion is often better for oily skin and for olivey Mediterranean type skin.
Cream is thicker and bottled in a pot or jar as you would need to be able to get your fingers or spoon in, to take out a dollop.
Butters are extremely thick and rich, ideal for dry skin.
The baobab is known as the “tree of life” because there are so many uses for every part of it, from the root to the leaves. The trees can live for 1,000 years and the trunk can reach a diameter of 25 m.
Used traditionally by the Xhosa people of the Eastern Cape region for healing wounds, relieving the sting of insect bites and as a soothing, cooling gel for excessive sun exposure and burns.
This moisture-laden and highly nutritious fruit has been crucial to the survival of the San people of the Kalahari Desert for thousands of years. The San can live for up to six weeks drinking solely from the melon’s juicy flesh and chewing its nutrient-rich seeds.