Cocoa butter is a type of fat that comes from cocoa beans.Then they’re roasted, stripped, and pressed to separate out the fat—the cocoa butter. The remnants are then processed into cocoa powder. Cocoa has been used in medicine for around 3,000 years.
Roasting is a process of converting green coffee beans to brown beans in order to brew aromatic and flavourful coffee. The process is a complete transformation; the beans undergo considerable chemical changes when their internal temperature rises.
Mango butter is a fat that originates from mango seeds — it exists in refined and unrefined forms. Mango butter is semi-solid and melts when it touches the skin. Like shea and cocoa butter, mango butter can nourish skin and hair and support overall skin health. Some forms of mango butter are also edible.
Shea butter is a seed fat that comes from the shea tree. The shea tree is found in East and West tropical Africa. The shea butter comes from two oily kernels within the shea tree seed. After the kernel is removed from the seed, it is ground into a powder and boiled in water.