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Sourced from tall palm trees native to the Amazon basin, murumuru butter is made from fruit fat found in murumuru nuts, which fall from the trees and are harvested by locals, and is widely known to help retain moisture.

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Murumuru nuts and leaves

murumuru butter

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    Murumuru leaves

    Yes it’s called Murumuru

    Murumuru isn't just fun to say, it's also known to be a fabulous moisturiser. The murumuru butter in our collections is made from the fruit fat found in murumuru nuts, which fall from tall palm trees that grow all across wet soils, swamps, and wet basins of the Amazon.

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    Hand with Murumuru nuts

    Farm to shower

    Produced in Belem at the mouth of the Amazon River, murumuru butter is a lot like coconut oil because murumuru butter, known to be deeply nourishing, comes from the white fat found in the nuts of a palm tree. The tree's very sour fruit is usually consumed by animals as soon as it falls, but those in the know are sure to harvest it.

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    Murumuru butter

    Meaningful Moisture

    The fat of the murumuru nut is known to have highly moisturising properties. Our collection, infused with murumuru butter, helps soften and protect skin and hair from dryness.

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