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NEW! Customer Accounts

The next time you place an order with Wunder Budder, you may notice you have a new option to create an account. To make things easier on you, once you create an account, all your future orders (and your past orders if you use the same email address), will be available to you in one location. Never forget to order your favorites again!  

NEW! Customer Accounts

The next time you place an order with Wunder Budder, you may notice you have a new option to create an account. To make things easier on you, once you create an account, all your future orders (and your past orders if you use the same email address), will be...

Carrier Oils

  Carrier oils are non-volatile base oils (essential oils are volatile oils), usually botanical, used on their own or to "carry" essential oils for use on skin. They are usually heavy oils, pressed from fruits and vegetables, often used in food as well as cosmetics. Olive oil is probably the most familiar...

The Oil Cleansing Method

Most people have a daily routine for washing their face. For some, it's as simple as splashing a bit of water around and briskly drying off with a towel. Others are more ritualistic, as they scrub their skin mercilessly before applying countless chemicals and creams. Most of these routines, as...

Lemons for Health!

  Lemon is a fantastic food-medicine, with antiviral and strong antibacterial properties. It is high in vitamin C for immune support, and (unlike the more commonly used orange) helps cut mucus and phlegm. Adding fresh lemon to your diet, especially during this time of year, may help you recover from colds and flu...

Introduction to Aromatherapy

What is Aromatherapy? Coined in the 1930's, the term "aromatherapy" is used to describe the therapeutic use of pure, steam-distilled essential oils. It's a relaxing, revitalizing, and rejuvenating holistic treatment that calls upon a variety of plants for their curative powers and aromatic presence. Essential oils can be administered in...

What is Chaparral?

Larrea tridentata Chaparral, often referred to as Creosote bush, is a desert shrub with waxy green compound leaves consisting of two leaflets. Small, bright yellow flowers usually bloom in the spring, but blooms may be delayed by lack of rain. Although chaparral typically averages around 4-6ft in height, plants growing in...

What are Chakras? Chakra Series: Intro to Chakras

What are Chakras? Everything in the universe, all that we know and see, is made up of vascillating energy. Found in the tiniest atoms and the largest stars, electromagnetic energy is an undeniable force of nature. While it's easy to overlook this invisible element of our existence, our own bodies...

What is Calendula?

Calendula officinalis Photo Credit: Oberon Carter Recently gaining wider recognition for its medicinal properties, calendula, in the Asteraceae/Compostitae family, is a plant with golden-orange flower heads long used traditionally to heal skin. The flowers are dried and infused into a carrier such as olive oil or jojoba. This oil is...

Natural Terms - 5 Commonly Misused and Abused Natural Industry Terms

Never get them confused again. With so many cosmetic and personal care products these days claiming to be "natural," "organic," and made from "botanical" ingredients, it can be difficult to sort out the facts or figure out which companies you can trust. Sadly, hefty profits are made by duping underinformed...

Lip Care Guide, Part III

Natural lip balm - why use it? If you're already into natural products, you don't need convincing. But, if you're someone who thinks natural lip balm is froofy or a fad, I hope you'll change your mind. Using petroleum on your lips is gross. It just is. Petrochemicals have their place...

Lip Care Guide, Part II

Helping Chapped Lips Other than being unsightly and irritating, having chapped lips means your lips' defensive barrier is breaking down, leaving them vulnerable to bacteria and germs that can cause complications. Your lips need to be healthy to do their job. To help fix dry chapped lips, you must wear a...

Lip Care Guide, part I

Nobody likes dry lips. Dry cracked lips are uncomfortable. We all know it. Think about talking to someone while you are fighting a losing battle with your chapped lips. You're licking them, you can feel them peeling, they're tight and awkward, and you feel like they're all the person you're...