Yes but let's be honest, dama butter sounds cooler but all joking aside... Kenditioner/Dama butter and any wood wax with natural bees wax/carnauba wax will generally all look the same. Edit: I believe I mentioned this in the description as well but I'll reiterate again. This is not competition to Kenditioner. - I made this out of premium/food grade ingredients with the actual ingredients mentioned in the sale thread (I made this for myself and made of food grade product I feel safe in applying to even kitchenware) - The cost of the ingredients at a 10dllr shipped Price point + includes shipping equates to no profit making out of this. - limited to a batch of 8 cans. - I would have bought Kenditioner so I wouldnt have to go through the troubles of making it on my own, but the weeks it's going to take to restock on the kenditioner site was unnapealing so I figured it wouldn't be that hard to make my own. Also knowing the ingredients I put into it was reassuring. There is one thing I want to highlight here though. I've received questions as to how this increases durability of the wood. Kenditioner states this, I'm only selling this as a wood conditioner and cannot state any claim that this does in fact increase durability. Keep in mind, the blunt force to wood will outweigh any positive benefits to what conditioning wood can provide.