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Jan Dekker’s portfolio offers a variety of oils and butters.
We carefully chose them according to our values and in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This is the story of our Brazilian oils and butters. Brazil offers so many rich ingredients thanks to its environment. 

Brazilian oils and butters 


We’re proud to follow local rules and work with communities that embrace women empowerment and communities that work against deforestation. Our large Brazilian range goes from acai oil, andiroba oil, babassu oil, buriti oil, copaiba balm and oil, cupuacu butter, murumuru butter, pracaxi oil and ucuuba butter.


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Oils & butters for different properties


Acai oil
: from the fruit pulp of acail a superfruit. Rich in antioxidants, protective properties against aggressive chemicals 


Andiroba oil: remedy used in the Amazon area due to a wide range of biological activities, anti-inflammatory properties due to its unique limonoids, also used as an insect-repellent 


Babassu oil: sustainably sourced, giving rise to women empowerment and it’s an important source of income for communities. The communities also work against deforestation. The oil itself plays a protective role in hair care and has anti-inflammatory properties in general, conscious beauty


Buriti oil: oil from a fruit of a local keystone species, called the tree of life – high content of carotenoids, anti-inflammatory properties 

Copaiba balm: obtained from tree trunks in a non-damaging way to the tree, offers anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant and health benefits in general 

 

Cupuacu butter: butter from a superfruit, used for centuries by indigenous people. It melts readily on body contact and provides an impressive hydration power. It focuses on rejuvenating and offers a beneficial composition

Murumuru butter: provides skin softness and moisturisation, and offers a dry and matte finish. It also improves hair manageability

Pracaxi oil: it acts as a protective function on the skin but has also an interesting use in hair care,  and finally brings a superb skin feel 


Ucuuba butter: has a dry touch and brings a velvety feel. It can be used as a skin and hair protectant, and offers tissue regeneration.

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Our stories to share  


Are you interested into these ingredients and their stories behind? We can share more with you of our positive contribution and ethical sourcing in our industry. 

It’s important for us to take initiatives and think differently in order to support local communities. If you also value the story of our oils and butters, fill in the below contact form and we will send you more information. 

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