Learn how to make your own whipped body butter with a simple recipe and 5 ingredients!
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I love using my essential oils to make natural products for my home for a few reasons: its cost effective, they work, and it helps me get rid of toxins in my home.
I once read that an average women puts over 100 toxins in her body on a daily basis! This alarmed me. I started reading the labels on all my beauty and care products and decided it was time to make a change. I started making a lot of my own products with simple, natural ingredients. At first, it seemed like a overwhelming task but I just started with one thing at a time and soon my daily routine consisted of all natural products that were safe and beneficial instead of harmful for me.
This body butter works well at moisturizing the skin, smells great, and is toxic free. Frankincense and lavender are great for the skin! Frankincense can help reduce wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots. Lavender is soothing and calming, making this body butter perfect for lathering on before bed.
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1) Melt equal parts of each ingredient (besides essential oils) in a double boiler. I make my own double boiler by placing a bowl over a pot of boiling water.
2) After the mixture is melted together place the bowl in the freezer until its set up a bit. You don’t want it to be solid just firm. See video.
4) Add essential oils. I do 10 drops each of lavender and frankincense.
3) Using a hand mixer or stand up mixer whip the ingredients together.
4) Store in an airtight container.
Enjoy! Comment below if you have ever made your own body butter and what you used!
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