As cocoa butter may leave a infection it is slim. It does help it from scarring though.
You can use cocoa butter to tan but it may cause your to burn rather than tan. Cocoa butter can be applied to the skin just as any other lotion can when you are using it for tanning or sunbathing.
Place a protective covering of cocoa butter or varnish or petroleum over silicate or GIC restoration to prevent dehydration :)
use cocoa butter !
Its possible if you use to much.Epically on your face.
Vitamin A+D ointment is good for the first 3 or 4 days but you can also use pure cocoa butter (without added scents or dyes or anything). Cocoa butter is better to use and it can be used longer Vitamin A+D ointment is good for the first 3 or 4 days but you can also use pure cocoa butter (without added scents or dyes or anything). Cocoa butter is better to use and it can be used longer
Yes. Most packages of cocoa will list the correct amounts of cocoa powder and butter to use for a specific amount of unsweetened chocolate. For most brands of cocoa, three tablespoons cocoa powder plus one tablespoon butter = one ounce unsweetened chocolate.
Yes you can but dont use too much on it.
I use Cocoa butter to soften my skin and give it a natural glow.
The effect cocoa butter has on stretch marks is that it will make the stretch marks less visible. It will prevent the stretch marks from surfacing with continued daily use.
Shea butter and cocoa butter are made from two different plants, have different textures, but are used for similar purposes. Shea butter is made from the seed of the African shea tree. Shea butter is commonly used in skin and hair products as a moisturizer. It is also used as a cooking oil in some African cultures. It has a softer, creamier texture than cocoa butter but melts on contact with skin and has a mild, nutty odor. Cocoa butter is extracted from the cocoa bean and is also commonly used in skin and hair products as a moisturizer. It is also used to make chocolate. Cocoa butter is solid at room temperature and melts on contact with skin and has a chocolate-y aroma. Shea butter and cocoa butter are both moisturizing products that prevent and treat dry skin and hair. They are generally interchangeable for everyday cosmetic use, and the choice of either shea or cocoa butter is a personal preference.
you can use coco butter
You can use it once if you ran out of sea salt but you need to use sea salt. It's the best thing to use.
Sure why not? Unless there is a magic force field that prohibits you from enjoying life due to your navel piercing why not. Use common sense, if you go in the water be sure when you get home you wash your new piercing in the shower, other than that fill your boots or should that be your sand bucket? Have fun.
They never go away completely, however cocoa butter will help to reduce their appearance.also tanning will make the color of them go away, which makes them pretty much invisiblebut in the winter use cocoa butter lotion - any kind will work even the cheap stuff- also it smells really goodhope this helped!
not usually, but it is possible. plain cocoa would be preferred as a chocolate substitute. Chocolate is a mixture of cocoa, sugar, and fat (cocoa butter). You can make a passable substitute by mixing softened or melted butter with equal or nearly equal amounts of cocoa and pulverized (caster) sugar, adjust for taste. If you use hot cocoa mix do not add sugar and add double the mix.
Yes just use care when doing so, some times it may help to cover the piercing with a full cover bandage so it doesnt get snagged.
Yes it is because it rids the piercing of any bacteria that causes infections . So keep using iht .
You can't unless they are melted. If you need to melt chocolate chips, you need to use cocoa powder, butter and sugar. Every ounce of chocolate can be replaced by 3 TBLS of Cocoa Powder (unsweetened) and 1 TBL of Butter and 3 TBLS of Sugar
I tend to always use cocoa butter or shea butter lotions over standard lotions. The reason is that these "butter" lotions or more concentrated and of higher quality, so they work better, stay on the skin longer, and are better for you.
I think if you rub cocoa butter creme on them or use and otc creme like Mederma that will help reduce the visiblity of your stretchmarks Use cocoa butter, or vitamin E, or just wear them with pride and love since bringing a child into the world is what put them there.
Lotions with cocoa butter can help with tanning. Products with shea butter mimics sunscreen.
I'm not sure, but you can use cocoa butter its really good.
Yes, and they recomend you not to cause the eyebrow ring may sink into your naval. they recomend you to use belly button rings instead.