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Is d'illipé vegan?

D'illipé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d'illipé?

D'illipé, also known as "shorea butter," is a natural plant-derived ingredient that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and beauty practices. This rich, creamy butter is extracted from the seeds of the Shorea stenoptera tree, which is native to Southeast Asia. D'illipé is prized for its moisturizing properties and is commonly used in skincare products, hair conditioners, and soaps. Its high levels of fatty acids and antioxidants make it an excellent emollient and help to soothe and protect the skin. With its natural, nourishing properties, d'illipé is an increasingly popular choice for those seeking a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to synthetic ingredients.

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