Corn Starch

Corn starch is another basic essential within almost every household and also an important ingredient in our whipped body butter. Due to its versatility, corn starch is known to be a soothing quality for skin care remedies and a helpful aide in the kitchen. It is a moisture absorbing powder with no fragrance. Corn starch has a high nutrient factor in carbohydrates but is has no protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals or fat.


Also known as corn flour, corn starch is a fine and powdery substance. Extracted from the endosperm of kernel, corn starch is also referred to as a gluten-free product. The process is pretty simple: the part between the outer husk and inner seed is the endosperm that is washed, dried and grinded into a fine powdery substance. It was discovered in 1840 and was primarily used for industrial usage, such as laundry starch. Later on, it became great for culinary usage.


Corn starch is a beauty staple in Itzbomb Aesthetics whipped body butter. The cornstarch helps create a light yet thickener non-greasy application.  Some body butters or lotions leave an overly greasy and shiny look. To learn other how corn starch can be beneficial, continue reading below:


Here are 8 ways to use corn starch:

1. Decrease oily hair

2.  Heals sunburn

3.  Remove odors

4.  Refurbish tarnished silver

5. Carpet cleaner

6.  Create matte nail polish look

7.  Liquid thickener

8.  Window cleaner


Advising: Conduct spot test on the skin first before fully indulging in your experience. Seek physician care immediately if you experience a negative reaction or other health concerns.



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