Ever hear of Cocoa Seed Butter

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By kcmom on Fri, 08-02-02, 21:18

THis is an ingredient in the new Baby Magic Calming Massage Milk Lotion and before I use it on her I want to make sure this is not some kind of nut derivative. I have called the company but they can't call me back until next week. Anyone ever hear of this and know if it is safe or not? Thanks!! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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By ryan's mom on Fri, 08-02-02, 21:28

I think I've heard of it, but not 100% sure.

Then again, my dad used to use cocoa mulch all the time for his plants and trees when I was a kid. Mmmmm....it smelled so good--it had that chocolate/cocoa smell. The point I'm trying to make is that virtually no one where I live now has ever heard of cocoa mulch, but where I grew up everyone knew about it. It seems so strange because where I live now is only about 80 or 90 miles from where I grew up and in the same state.

Very strange. Sorry that I'm going off on a tangent and can't be of any help.

Giving this further thought, it's probably a fancy name for cocoa butter which is in a lot of things.

[This message has been edited by ryan's mom (edited August 02, 2002).]

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By kcmom on Fri, 08-02-02, 22:02

That's what I kind of thought. So then is Cocoa Butter safe? I thought I read somewhere that it was but I really want to make sure it is okay for the PA/TNA before I use it on her! It smells so good!
I am having a bad PA day! I thought I found a safe hair/body wash for my dd in Baby Magic but today they tell me all their products can be cross-cont. I was so upset I just wanted to scream. I told the lady three months ago you told me that baby magic uses all dedicated lines. She said she would check into it! I could just sit and cry I get so frustrated sometimes!!!
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By kcmom on Sun, 08-04-02, 16:15

Just bumping to ask again! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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By Askosrose on Sun, 08-04-02, 17:10

Have you tried doing a search on the internet? Maybe you can find something that will give you the information you're looking for.

I hear how frustrated you must be by this, and I hope you get your answer soon.

Take care,
Karen

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