Everything You Need to Know About Honeybutter

Everything You Need to Know About Honeybutter

When it comes to choosing the right products for your skin, curiosity is crucial. Here at Blossom, we value honesty and transparency about each of our products. That’s why, today, we’re here to answer all of your curiosities, questions, and need-to-knows about our best selling Honeybutter hydration salve! Here’s everything you need to know about Honeybutter: 

How Do I Use Honeybutter? 

Apply a layer of Honeybutter directly on your problem area - and voila! 

If you’re using Honeybutter for itch-related purposes, we recommend applying it as the itching occurs for immediate comfort and relief. Then, we recommend using it morning and night to continually nourish the area and relieve the chronic dryness/flare-up over time. 

Is Honeybutter Safe For All Skin Types?

Yes! Honeybutter is safe to use, no matter your skin type!

Is Honeybutter Right For Me?

Honeybutter is the perfect solution for super dry skin, and any type of itch! Whether you have dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, cracked skin, or simply have a bug bite you want to stop itching, Honeybutter is designed to give you immediate relief. Honeybutter also repairs and restores the damaged skin, leaving skin feeling happier and healthier than ever! 

Some common reasons people use Honeybutter could include:

  • Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea
  • Super hydrating moisturizer
  • Dermatitis (contact, atopic and seborrheic)
  • Cracked, itchy feet or hands
  • Chapped lips
  • Itchy, dry scalp
  • Chronic internal itching
  • Athlete's foot
  • Overall maintenance and prevention of flare-ups
  • Overnight foot mask
  • And lots of other reasons that aren't on this list!

What Are The Ingredients In Honeybutter?

**This is our new and improved formula for the 4oz and 8oz options launching June 2021. If you’d like to see the original formula still used for the 1oz, please see the ingredients page.**

  • Organic Manuka Honey
  • Aloe Vera Gel
  • Sweet Almond Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Beeswax
  • Calendula Extract
  • Tea Tree Oil
  • Rosemary Extract
  • Vanilla Bean Extract
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin E
  • Organic Soy Lecithin
  • Vegetable Stearic Acid (natural emulsifier)
  • Sorbitan Oleate (vegan)
  • Sodium Lactate (natural humectant)
  • Sodium Benzoate (natural preservative)
  • Sorbic acid (Food grade preservative)

(P.S. Honeybutter is dermatologist tested and HRIPT certified. Also, please note, it contains nut-based products) 

How Long Will It Take To See Results?

You should feel the itch stop very quickly after applying!

If you are using Honeybutter to alleviate severe dry patches, depending on how long you’ve had the issue, you may need to use it daily for a few weeks to a month before the dry spot is gone, as it will take a bit longer to penetrate the area and work its magic!

Does Honeybutter Work On Sensitive Areas (eyelids, scalp, face, etc?) 

Yes! Honeybutter has been designed to work both on sensitive skin and on sensitive areas of the body. 

We always recommend doing a patch test on your inner elbow first though, to make sure there are no adverse reactions! If you have any allergies, please check the ingredients list before using Honeybutter.

Should Honeybutter Be Refrigerated After Use?

During the summer months, Honeybutter may soften during transit, so we recommend sticking it in the fridge for 3+ hours before using it initially.

However, after that, we don't recommend refrigerating it, as the balm is oil-based and more dense. Store it in a cool, dry place.

What Is the Self Life Of Honeybutter?

The Honeybutter is good for up to 24 months when stored in a dry, cool place.

How Large Is The Container? 

 Honeybutter comes in a 8oz, 4 oz, or 1 oz jar option.

Is Honeybutter Made In The U.S.?

Yes! We source our quality ingredients from around the world, but everything comes together in sunny Florida where Honeybutter is made.

Does Honeybutter Contain Steroids?

No! We were adamant that there would be no steroids in our Honeybutter. 

Steroids have been known to cause skin thinning, darker pigmentation, stretch marks, acne and other issues. Make sure to consult a doctor before using any topical steroids. 

Is Honeybutter Safe To Use On Children And Infants?

In short, yes! But, while Honeybutter does not have any harmful ingredients, we recommend consulting your physician in case of any allergens. Honeybutter does contain nuts (and honey). 

Children under 1 should not come in contact with honey as it contains bacteria spores that could be very harmful for an immature digestive system. 

If you or your child is immunocompromised or under 1 year old, do not use the Honeybutter for them.

Hydrated Skin Starts With Honeybutter!

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