We are pleased to present to you AMAL, plant based herbal body butters, as it brings forth all of its wellness. They are beautifully and wonderfully made, rich  with antioxidants and phytonutrients, which is known to restore skin damage, reduce the signs of aging, aid in the protection of skin cells and DNA. The herbal body butters are preserved and presented in it's purest form. 

Along with being 100% cruelty free, it's formulated with no artificial preservatives, no artificial stearic acids, no artificial colors, no artificial fragrances.


Here at AMAL, we only use plant based ingredients for our products which are also 100% cruelty free. We value the quality of nature and the environment around us. We are proud to share our formula and all of its healthy compounds. Its pure and simple.



Arrowroot (Marant Arundinacea L) a prenennial plant grown in Central America, South America, and West Indies. The plant can grow as high as 5 feet tall, and the root grows about 10 inches deep. It is scientifically known for its minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and Vitamin B.


A cherry like fruit seed from the kokum tree (Garcinia Indica). The Kokum tree, sometimes called, "magnosteen tree" grown in India, Western Ghats in Konkan, Goa, and Kerala. The seed is rich with essential fatty acids, Vitamin E, A, B3, and C. It has minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, potassium, and zinc. It fights skin damage before it is actually detected by the human eye. With all of its anti-inflammatory properties kokum is good for sensitive skin. 

Burdock Root

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Burdock (Arctium lappa) a biennial plant species, an herb grown in most of the US that produces purple flowers. The weed can grow over 4 feet tall and the roots grow as deep as 2 feet in the ground. The long firm carrot-like root has a host of vitamins which includes B6 and C . It contains minerals such as folate, manganese, potassium, phosphorous, calcium, and iron. According to researchers burdock consists of carbohydrates, volatile oils, plant sterols, tannins, and fatty oils. With all of its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antibacterial effects, the root is awesome for sunburns, acne, rosacea, and eczema. 


Carrots-planted and grown domestically in vegetable gardens and can be grown any place, although temperatures too high may produce a low quality carrot. Carrots are said to be originally purple in color. Wild Carrots however  (queen anne’s lace) are actually weeds that grow along the sides of the roads or in dry untamed locations. Carrots create beta carotene, which is known to repair skin tissues and protect skin from the sun rays. Beta carotene is also another source of antioxidants, it reduces hair loss and promotes hair growth.

Red Clay

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Formed by weather extremes such as rain, wind, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and such, so it has a high mineral content.  It’s mostly found in tropical environments, Africa, Asia, and some southern parts of US. Red Clay has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Beneficial for all skin types plus skin irritations. It also helps unclog hair follicles and assist with other scalp issues.

Almond Oil

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 Almonds grow on nut trees, most of them are cultivated in California however;  some are grown in Asia, Europe, and Africa. Almonds grow on trees that grow between 13-33 feet high,  along with pink petal flowers. These little strapping powerhouses are processed into oil by using a press machine.  The oil is rich with Vitamin A, B, D, and  E, with minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, fatty acid omega-9 and an immense amount of protein. These vitamins and minerals are known to improve skin complexion, aid in healing sun damage, nourish and soften the skin.