Sal seed butter adds moisture to the surface of our skin layers, helping with the toning and firming fine lines and wrinkles. It can be used directly on the skin, but since its solid at room temp, you would need to melt a bit in the microwave or on the stove top before it would be spreadable. Sal seed butter is great to use in hair, nail and skin products as well as making soaps.
Sal seed butter is an edible oil extracted from the seeds of Shorea robusta. Shorea robusta is known as the Sal tree in India.