What's the difference between the different thicknesses?
Great question! NetherCream comes in three different thicknesses.
|100% Organic Coconut Oil|
|100% Organic Beeswax|
|100% Raw Shea Butter|
|Melting Point||76 Degrees||90 Degrees||90 Degrees|
I had the following conversation with a friend:
"Why do you have three different thicknesses?"
"We are all different. Me, for example, I'm allergic to beeswax, so I created Glaze, my original formula. My son, he's allergic to shea butter and wanted something light and fluffy, so I created Whipped Cream. My husband, well, he wanted something thicker, creamier, so I created ICING."
Base ingredients: Coconut oil and Vitamin E.
Texture: Like a salve.
Melting Point: 76 Degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it easily becomes liquefied in a warm room. Glaze melts easily into skin with little to no rubbing.
Why We Created It: Glaze was our first thickness. Some people have super sensitive skin and we wanted to stick to minimal ingredients for best results.
A VEGAN PRODUCT
Base Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Beeswax and Vitamin E.
Texture: Like light and airy whipped cream.
Melting Point: 90 Degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it will maintain consistency in warmer temperatures. Whipped cream still melts easily into skin with little pressure or rubbing.
Why We Created It: We created Whipped Cream with beeswax to maintain a higher melting point. We needed something that would hold up to warmer temperatures. Whipped Cream is light and airy and melts quickly into the skin.
A VEGETARIAN PRODUCT
Base Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Shea Butter and Vitamin E.
Texture: Like frosting, but not the sticky kind.
Melting Point: 90 Degrees Fahrenheit, meaning it will maintain consistency in warmer temperatures. ICING still melts easily into skin, though a little rubbing may be required.
Why We Created It: We created ICING with added Shea Butter, because sometimes you need a little extra moisturizing relief. ICING will melt on contact, even with the addition of Shea Butter.
A VEGETARIAN PRODUCT