Some other uses for CJs BUTTer
Called aA Miracle in a Tube by some, CJs BUTTer has been used on adults and children to help relieve
- dry/chapped skin
- rug burns (sore crawler knees)
- mechanics hands and cuticles
- hang nails
- rub a small amount on your hands and use as a leave-in conditioner for your curls
More uses for CJs BUTTer include:
For black/mixed hair. Leaves hair soft, shiny and helps alleviate those owies when trying to separate locks!
Melt a dollop under running bath water for a relaxing, soothing, and anti-inflammatory soakprovides relief for post-partum soreness and hemorrhoids!
Provides protection against windburned cheeks/face and helps to relieve windburn!
Promotes healing and provides a non-stick barrier when used after a circumcision.
Give it a try
were sure youll love it!
If youre dealing with a particularly difficult and hard-to-beat rash, try our CJs BUTTer Plus formulaUNSCENTED ONLY with added sesame and neem oils . Our CJs BUTTer Plus formulas are not artificially scented. Q: What are the ingredients in CJs BUTTer?A: The only ingredients in original BUTTer are shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, lanolin, beeswax, cocoa butter, Vitamin E and colloidal oatmeal. The Stick o BUTTer has the same ingredients, except there is no lanolin. Fragrance or essential oils are only added if you choose to have it scented. For our BUTTer PLUS formula (formerly yeast fighting), we exclude lanolin and oatmeal, and add sesame and neem oils.
The glide-on version contains the same ingredients as the original BUTTer (in different proportions), except there is no lanolin. This is an easy and convenient new way to apply your CJs BUTTer.
There have been a very few instances of customers having some yellow marks on their synthetic diapers after using BUTTer. We think it depends on your combination of water type, fabric material and wash routine. If you use synthetics and do not want marks on your diapers, please use a liner. Also, in our experience, anyone who has had repelling with cloth diapers, possibly due to CJs, has been using it in conjunction with a natural detergent. While very few users of natural detergents experience problems, we recommend that if using CJs in conjuction with a natural detergent and especially diapers made with synthetic materials, adding either a capful of bleach every so often to your wash routine, or adding an additional surfectant such as Dawn or Simple Green, combined with HOT water, will reduce the chance of any kind of repelling issues.