Body Butter vs. Lotion: What's The Difference?
The biggest difference between body lotion and body butter is texture: 

The former tends to have a higher water content and more liquid consistency, while the latter is usually thicker and creamier (like, well, butter). 

Body butter and body lotion are both emollient products that people apply to soften and smooth the texture of their skin. Body butter is a skin moisturizer that uses saturated fats as raw materials. Some popular fats used for this purpose are: 

Body lotion has a higher water content than body butter. It is an oil-in-water emulsion, meaning manufacturers distribute oil into the water. This method makes body lotions lighter than body butter, which makes them easier to apply and lighter in consistency.

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