Edible Cocoa Butter Drops Organic
100% pure and natural Cocoa Butter Drops, certified organic. A rich butter full of naturally beneficial ingredients, melts quickly and evenly for all your culinary and beauty needs.
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These evenly shaped drops are perfect for making sure your cocoa butter melts evenly in any recipe, and reduces the amount of time your mixture will need to be on the heat. Heat can degrade the natural vitamins, minerals and beneficial fatty acids in natural products. Reducing the melting time helps maintain more of the cocoa butter’s natural benefits.
Food in your belly
Naissance Cocoa Butter Drops and their fantastic chocolaty fragrance and cocoa goodness are a quick and easy way to add cocoa butter to your recipes. If you make your own chocolate you can add less sugar, add your own nuts, fruits and other ingredients and maintain more of the chocolate’s natural goodness.
Food on your skin
Derived from the seed of the cocoa bean this creamy, natural butter melts easily in your beauty recipes, helping you to create products that form a protective barrier on your skin. A great moisturiser for dry, combination and oily skin. Perfect addition to your beauty regime, combined with oils, other butters and essential oils to create your own body scrubs, body butters, moisturisers and massage oils.
Cocoa Butter is a great source of antioxidants and fatty acids so it makes an excellent emollient. It can help hydrate your skin, keeping it moisturised and nourished.
Certified cruelty free, organic and vegan friendly.
Use on its own or as an ingredient in balms, lotions, creams, and soap.
Make your own chocolate with our edible Cocoa Butter Drops.
Use Cocoa Butter to make your own moisturising lip balm. Combine with Beeswax (#307) and Peppermint Oil (#107) for a mint chocolatey lip balm.
100% Cocoa Butter Unrefined Organic
Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter
Country of Origin
Characteristic chocolate aroma
White to pale cream
Cocoa Butter is extracted from the whole cocoa bean. The beans are roasted then separated from the husks, leaving behind the cocoa nibs. The nibs are ground and melted, and then the cocoa solids and the oil are separated. The oil is then left to cool, leaving a solid pale yellow block of cocoa butter.