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Introducing Boudoir Butter™, an organic “emollient balm” created to enhance your own natural “juicy-ness”. Use as an intimate soothing agent for tenderness and discomfort. May be used daily. According to the World Health Organization, 30 MILLION WOMEN WILL EXPERIENCE DISCOMFORT OR EXTREME VAGINAL PAIN.
“I went from ‘Ow, Ow, Ow to WOW, WOW, WOW!” “I never thought I would go public about such an intimate conversation. However, once I experienced the effects of post-menopausal dryness, I knew someone out there would have the answer. After visiting multiple doctors and trying every lubricant on the market, I felt hopeless. When I became a “tester” for Boudoir Butter, I realized that there was finally a product that worked! And most importantly, my husband and I are so grateful, that I am no longer in pain and we are back on track like honeymooners!”Jane Ubell-Meyer
A truly organic plant-derived balm designed for healing, soothing & enhancing pleasure. Boudoir Butter is Hormone-Free, Chemical-Free, petroleum-free, Toxin-Free, Sugar/Sweetener-Free, Synthetic-Free. Vegan plant-based and organic: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Jojoba and Grapeseed Oil. All of these ingredients are petroleum-free, food-grade, and have either been eaten in food and/or used for skin ailments for hundreds of years.
Q: Will Boudoir Butter be shipped discreetly?
A: Yes! Absolutely. The packaging is completely discreet. It’ll be our little secret. 🙂 (Although, we really love it when you tell all your friends!)
Q: How do you use Boudoir Butter?
A: Start with a dime-sized dab and rub between your fingers. As it starts to melt, apply as desired. Apply as needed. A little goes a long way.
Q: How long does a jar last?
A: It depends on how you use it. If you use it daily as a personal moisturizer, 30-60 uses. If you use it with a partner, 20-40 uses depending on your level of dryness.
Q: Has anybody had an allergic reaction?
A: No. Cancer survivors, women with vaginismus, vaginal atrophy, and several other vaginal issues have tested this product with no negative side effects or allergic reactions reported. Please check with your doctor if you are taking any medications or are allergic to any of the ingredients.
Q: I've had Cancer. Would Boudoir Butter be good for me to use?
A: There are NO HORMONES in BOUDOIR BUTTER. All of the oils have been used on the skin for hundreds of years with no known side effects. If you are allergic to any of the ingredients or taking medication CONTACT YOUR PHYSICIAN prior to use. Boudoir Butter is Hormone FREE, Chemical Free, Petroleum-free, GMO Free, Toxin Free, Sugar/Sweetener-Free, and Synthetic-Free.
Did you know?
- “30 MILLION WOMEN WILL EXPERIENCE DISCOMFORT OR EXTREME VAGINAL PAIN.”World Health Organization
- 45% of these women are menopausal.
- 1/3 of a woman’s life will be spent in menopause
- Only 3% of these women are willing to talk about it with their physicians.
You’re not alone. It’s our mission to help ease the pain and shame for women around the discussion of their sexual and vaginal health. Please pass this along to anyone you feel will benefit including your friends. Our goal is to spread the word and help as many women and couples as we can. Boudoir Butter is amazing and we want everyone to benefit. Every Ingredient Has A Purpose:
- With vitamin E and antioxidants Cocoa Butter has long been used for skin aliments from burns and rashes to stretch marks and wrinkles. 
- There is some evidence that cocoa mass polyphenol (CMP) also found in chocolate can hinder the growth of cancer cells. 
- It is safe to eat and use internally and topically. 
- Coconut oil has been proven to be effective at healing dry flaky skin (Xerosis). There is also some evidence that it has an anti-septic quality. 
- Coconut oil has been proven to reduce the presence of bacteria on the skin in eczema. 
- Coconut oil is also proving to be an antimicrobial and anti-fungal oil. , 
- Coconut oil is currently being researched for its antiviral properties and a potential role in the fight against HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. 
Coconut oil is edible: it tastes of coconut and is safe for use internally and topically. 
- Grape seed contains antioxidants that protect the skin. 
- The proanthocyanidin antioxidants in grape seed are 20 times more powerful than antioxidants in vitamin E and 50 times more powerful than those in vitamin C. 
- Grape seed promotes elasticity, health, flexibility, and more youthful looking skin. 
- Grape seed bonds with collagen, protects the skin from free radicals, improves circulation in body tissues. 
- It is edible and safe for use internally and topically. 
- Jojoba oil is a native plant to the Southwestern United States, Native Americans have been using the oil for skin and hair for hundreds of years. 
- The chemical composition of jojoba oil is much like the oils that human skin naturally produces.
- Jojoba oil is a natural pesticide for plants. 
- Jojoba oil is showing promising results in use for psoriasis, acne, and other minor skin irritations. 
- It is edible and safe for use internally and topically. 
- Shea butter contains compounds that are proving to have anti-tumor effects and a powerful topical anti-inflammatory. 
- Shea butter is proclaimed in many cultures as a medicinal skin treatment for a range of skin conditions including wrinkles, dry skin, scars, stretch marks, rashes and burns. 
- It is also safe to eat and use internally and topically. 
Studies shown here prove there are many healing properties to these oils for your skin and body tissues. All the oils are safe for consumption.
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