Tucuma Butter - Vegetable silicone, hair care, antioxidant. has a rating of 4.9 stars based on 55 reviews.

Tucuma Butter - Vegetable silicone, hair care, antioxidant.

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Tucuma Butter - (Astrocaryum vulgare, Arecaceae)

  • Extraction Method: cold pressed.

  • Part of the plant used: seed.

  • Quality: 100 % pure and natural, virgin, cold pressed without any chemical treatment, cosmetic quality.

  • Country of origin: Brazil.

  • Culture: wild harvested.

  • Appearance:  solid butter.

  • Color: pale yellow to dark beige.

  • Smell:  sweet, caramel coffee.

  • Touch: smooth and without grains, leaves no greasy film on the skin.

  • For chemical data and fatty acid composition refer to pictures.

Tucuma is a palm tree that produces small hard fruits with a big seed. The pulp is very popular in the north of Brazil, where they make even sandwiches from it. Tucuma butter is made from the seeds and tucuma oil from the pulp.

The Tucuma palm is from the same family of the Murumuru palm, the butters have similar properties. Both butters are known for their "vegetable silicone" properties, forming a transparent protective film on skin, without clogging pores, since this is a light protective butter, it is perfect for curly hair of all textures.

This butter is very easy to be used by itself or use on any DIY beauty recipes.


  • High levels of Lauric and Myristic fatty acids

  • Delicious sweet coffee-caramel scent

  • Non-greasy feel

  • Perfect substitute for mineral silicone


  • Acne 

  • Sensitive skin 

  • Dry skin

  • Eczema and psoriasis

  • Frizzy, kinky, dry, damaged hair


  • Hair masks

  • Hair finishing cream

  • Leave-in for curly hair

  • Pre and post sun products.

  • Everyday lotion

  • Lipsticks and lip balms


  • This delicious butter can be used on its own, it isn't greasy and smells wonderful. It is an easy butter to incorporate into skin and hair products.

  • It can be used to replace mineral silicone in skin, hair and lip products.


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Tucuma Palm is a cousin of the murumuru palm, is also native to the Amazonian region, possibly to the state of Pará, where it has its center of distribution, and reaches French Guiana and Suriname. It is a characteristic palm of terra firme (dry land), low vegetation cover, or even open fields. There are two species of tucumã in the Amazon, tucumã-do-para (Astocaryum vulgare) and the tucumã-do-amazonas (Astrocaryum tucuma).

Locally the leaves provide a very resistant fiber, ideal for basketry, the seeds are used for artisan jewelry making and the fruits are consumed raw or in the form of a juice called "wine of tucumã,” which is mixed with water or made into an ice cream. The pulp is very nutritious containing one of the highest concentrations of provitamin A "beta-carotene" (52 milligrams per 100 g pulp).

Tucuma butter has similar properties to murumuru, is a bit darker and has a sweeter smell.

Product for cosmetic use only, not suited for human consumption!

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Warnings: Avoid contact with eyes, do not ingest. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water, call physician if irritation persists. Keep out of reach of children.

My oils and butters are are wild harvested, grown naturally in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest without any pesticides, they are fair traded and sustainable resources.
Product for cosmetic use only, not suited for human consumption!
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
This product does not contain color additives or the presence of poisonous or deleterious substances, such as pathogenic microorganisms. This product does not contain TSE/BSE contamination. 

We use Stand Up Resealable Pouches.



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