Silverwing Body Butter • Winter
FOR MATURE & FLAKY SKIN
Chia Butter • Ricebran Oil • French Green Clay
Scent Profile: Crystalline herbs, sacred resins, coastal woods
SILVERWING IS Tiers of cliffs tumbling from upland ice spires down to the sea, waterfalls lacing veils upon the rocks, the incense of celestial ritual winding through the juniper boughs.
Benefits: This body butter is crafted from Chia Butter to keep skin dewy and plump while preventing water loss, Ricebran Oil, a gift from the heavens for delicate skin, both mature and youthful, and French Green Clay gently pulls impurities from the skin while whisking away excess oil to leave a satiny smooth finish.
The Lore: In the Realm, Silverwing is a trio of icy waterfalls where one can see visions of their past, present and future, once tended by three Celestial guardians, lost to time.
Each of our products bear the names and scents of locations in the fantasy Realm of Beardsgaard, where we of Beardsgaard Barbers go on Dungeons & Dragons adventures every other week. Sign up for our newsletter to find out which locations are coming up in-game so you can experience D&D smell-o-vision on premiere nights!
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Essential Oils, CO2s & Absolutes Of: Himalayan Cedarwood, Peppermint, Wild Lavender, *Juniper Berry, Rosemary Antioxidant, Myrrh
Ingredients: Soy Butter, *Shea Butter, Chia Butter, Tucuma Butter, Ricebran Oil, Castor Oil, French Green Clay, (Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate = naturally-derived emulsifying wax) *denotes organic ingredient
Size: 8 oz
Please Note: Due to the low melting temperature of this product, the original texture may not survive summer shipping intact, and we cannot be held liable for melting that occurs in the postman's truck. If you don't want to risk it during the hot months, choose Silverwing Pumice Scrub instead for in-shower skin buttering. If this product does melt, return to room temperature and whip with a fork to restore (see how here). Either way, it still works beautifully.