This is a very simple go-to recipe for an old fashioned whipped body butter. It is so great for very dry skin, or just on your hands after gardening. Making skincare products at home can be quick and simple! This is a totally natural, hypoallergenic body butter.
I got in to making natural skin care years ago when my babies reacted to the so called “mild” baby soaps. This whipped butter is a firm fave of mine.
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Make sure that you store it somewhere under 25 Celsius/80 F or it will melt. If it does melt, you can simply re-whip it again, it won’t be ruined, I promise.
Feel free to mess around with different flavor combinations – I like plain lavender, especially as a baby bedtime massage. Orange and vanilla is another great combo!
This is a nice easy and satisfying introduction to making your own body care items at home and it makes a wonderful homemade Christmas or birthday gift for someone.
Easy DIY Whipped Body Butter Recipe
For this you will need:
Optional – add 5 drops of your favourite essential oil- I like Lavender. Mix well and put in the fridge to cool until just starting to set around the edges, but the middle is still soft.
Whip the mixture with a beater until light and creamy. Don’t eat it, it looks delicious, but it isn’t.
Use a scraper and put into a small jar. The whipped body butter will last at least 12 months.
Keep below 25 C/80 F Degrees.
If the body butter melts don’t panic, it is still usable, but it will lose its whipped-ness. You can re-whip it, or just use it as it is anyway.
This whipped body butter recipe is perfect for eczema or other dry skin conditions. Use it liberally 1-6 times per day as required.
As with all new skin care products, test on a little area first and check you don’t react to the ingredients before slathering it everywhere!
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