Therapeutic & Aromatic Properties
Complexion - Skincare
Whip up a decadent, ultra-moisturizing body butter with kpangnan butter and coconut oil!
Relieve - Soreness
Make a joint care balm with kpangnan butter, trauma oil, and just a bit of beeswax.
Relieve - Muscle Aches
Treat achy muscles to a massage with a kpangnan butter and jojoba blend.
Safety and Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
Recommend patch test for sensitivity.
All essential oils at Aromatics International are GC/MS tested. This ensures that we sell oils with the highest possible integrity for therapeutic use. Learn more about GC/MS reports here.
You can check out some of the latest batches by clicking the links below.
Baby soft skin...butter of the gods!
Love, Love, Love this butter! Amazing for dry or cracked skin on hands and feet. This is even better than shea butter. My skin is so soft like a baby. A little goes a long way. However, do not recommend for your face especially if oily or acne prone skin.
Damn Good Butter 5 stars
I’ve been using Kpangnan butter as an ingredient in a recipe for muscle butter. I love the light scent; it doesn’t fight for dominance with essential oils. It has a powdery/silky feel and melts fairly easy with body temperature. This is my 2nd purchase and will definitely be back for a 3rd jar. Have a blessed day.
Hoorah for Pan-ya
Kpangnan butter has become my go-to carrier for pain relief blends because of its warming properties and its smooth consistency, even when adding just a smidge of oil such as jojoba. I recently made a nerve pain blend for one of my case study clients and it is the one thing that has had a marked impact on the level of pain she had been experiencing. She loves the way the salve goes on so smoothly and she gets immediate relief. Personally, I love that this butter has such a unique name. Every time I use it, I stop and remind myself not only of its pronunciation versus its unusual spelling, but also of its amazing ability to support the process of relieving pain on a deep level when paired with essential oils.
Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to actually use it yet. I bought it to use in place of Shea Butter as I'm not a fan. It seems harder than Shea Butter but without the grainy texture. So I'm looking forward to trying it, especially in lip balms.
I have tried Kpangnan Butter and Shea and prefer Kpangnan’s silky and dry finish. It has a barely detectable odor that goes away shortly after application and does not interfere with the essential oil aromas that are dropped into it when it is used as a carrier