Easy recipes to make natural body butter at home

Easy recipes to make natural body butter at home

Our skin often feels dry and dull, especially in the months leading up to and during winter. And we leave with the body butter and lotions available in the market without room for customization. What if we told you, you could make body butter according to your needs and preferences in your own home? DIY recipes with body butter enable you to change the ingredients according to your fragrance priorities and body needs. Imagine how fun the process of making your own body butter, with your favorite scent and getting hydrated and supple skin in return. In addition to the list of benefits, it is also an easy-to-use way to get the skin you’ve always wanted. The creamy texture of this body butter keeps the skin looking and feeling fresh and it can also be a great gift for loved ones and loved ones.

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Whipped body butter benefits

  • Concentrated moisturizer without nourishing oils, water nut, butter and essential oils.

  • You can choose your favorite scent that you will wear on yourself throughout the day, for a comfortable and refreshing experience.

  • With all the natural ingredients used in this body butter, you can have healthy and supple skin.

  • Due to the lack of water in body butter, this butter has a longer shelf life.

DIY recipe

The main ingredients required for a body butter are natural butters such as shea or cocoa butter, carrier oils such as coconut oil or almond oil, essential oils such as lavender, orange or any oil that smells good, and abrasives such as cornstarch for thickening. Melt the natural butter in a double boiler. Keep stirring while it boils. Allow the liquid to thicken when it cools to room temperature. After the butter has cooled, beat it until you get a light creamy consistency. Mix essential oils with carrier oils separately. Gradually add oils to the body butter to get the desired consistency. Whisk constantly and store in a glass container with a tight-fitting lid. Avoid storing the jar in direct sunlight.

The above recipe remains the same for any butter but you can add essential oils as per your preference to this butter.

1. Lavender oil

Lavender essential oil not only smells great; The floral scent is also ideal for a restful sleep experience. Anyone who finds it difficult to sleep should introduce lavender body butter to their skin care.

2. Citrus oil

Citrus fruits like lemon and orange have a fruity scent that gives you a refreshing experience and are recommended for use in the morning after showering.

3. Chocolate

Cocoa powder and shea butter are the perfect combination that results in a creamy chocolate scent. For all you chocolate lovers, this one is for you. You can even add chocolate essential oil in place of cocoa.

4. Cinnamon and vanilla

For those who love the spicy scent of cinnamon with the lightness of vanilla, you can add these two to your body butter for an exhilarating experience. This can also be a holiday gift for family and friends.

We hope you find this body butter recipe helpful. It’s a creative and fun way to experiment with your favorite fragrances while still getting the hydrated skin of your dreams. Consult your dermatologist about skin allergies before introducing any new ingredient to your skin care.

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