Base cream


  • 100% natural
  • Shea butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Lecithin
  • Propolis
  • 150 ml
  • Free of synthetics and fragrances
  • Made in Estonia
How to use:

Apply to skin according to necessity. Suitable for children under 3 years old.


Water sunflower lecithin, olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, propolis, ethanol.

INCI names:

Aqua, Lecithin, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Propolis Extract, Alcohol.

Detailed description:

Protective and moisturizing, 100% natural. Synthetic-free cream for face and body care.

Store in a cool place when opened.

A neutral type cream for sensitive skin, made without synthetic preservatives, petrochemicals and emulsifiers. This makes it stand out from most creams available.

Suitable for skin protection, especially for stressed, allergic, sensitive and dry skin. Good to apply to the skin after using synthetic and chemically made products. Suitable for covering larger body surfaces. Unlike the ointments offered by LOODU, the composition is based on water, the content of which is nearly 64% in the product.

The composition is safe, without special fragrances and suitable for children under three years of age. However, the product is not suitable for those with intolerance to small amount of natural propolis produced by bees.

In addition to water, LOODU Base Cream contains shea butter, coconut oil, lecithin, olive oil and propolis. Along with propolis, the insert also contains a small amount of alcohol. Oleic acid, which is abundant in shea butter, belongs to omega-9 fatty acids, which help the skin to regenerate and maintain a youthful appearance.

Shea butter moisturizes, softens and protects the skin. It also helps with itching, cracks and soreness. Used with anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties in mind. Good results have been shown for eczema. On the other hand, oleic acid can promote sebum production and shea butter is therefore unsuitable for acne-prone skin.

Coconut oil has good skin moisturizing and nourishing properties, which is why it is widely used in the field of cosmetics.

Sunflower lecithin helps the product achieve a uniform consistency, but can give the product a specific smell along with propolis. This is a kind of side effect or trade-off that comes from not using synthetics. Not everyone may like it. If the product is close to nature, then it is kind of close to nature.

Read more about the parts here:

Shea butter, Coconut oil, Lecithin, Olive oil, Propolis, Ethanol