Summary: Illipe Nut Butter is made from the nuts of the Shorea Stenopetera plant. The nuts are collected, sun-dried, shelled and then pressed. Illipe Nut Butter might have a similar composition to shea butter. It is creamy, white and odorless. It has a melting point of 113 degree Fahrenheit (45 degree celsius). Its uses include production of soaps, sunscreens, balms, body lotions, lipsticks, etc.
Botanical Name: Madhuca latifolia
Plant Origin: Netherlands
Ingredients: Illipe Nut Butter, Citric acid (non-gmo)