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Ingredients also include avocado oil, coconut oil and cocoa butter.
Lecithin, an extract from the oil, is used by pharmaceuticals to make protective coating, and to keep chocolate and cocoa butter in a candy bar from separating.
Clarified butter, which is often used instead of cocoa butter in cheap, low-quality chocolates.
Replacing sugar with more of the other ingredients—such as milk or cocoa butter—can add fat, and that’s viewed as a negative.
Meet Oaty Creamy Dreamy Shower Cream ($13), which takes all the goodness of Dream Cream's blend of soothing essential oils and adds, even more, skin-soothing power with the addition of cocoa butter and olive oil.
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Definition of cocoa butter for English Language Learners
: a pale fat made from cocoa beans that is used in making chocolate and in various products (such as soaps and skin lotions)
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