Amazing creamy Whipped Body Butter, is easy to make at home, silky soft shea butter, olive oil, grapeseed oil with lavender essential oil.
So I decided to share one of my Whipped Body Butter recipes with my readers. I made and sold whipped body butter at Farmer’s markets, and stores years ago. Since moving to Florida, I have been a full-time food blogger/caterer and I haven’t had the time to get back to making my skincare products for the market.
Photo Below Of Products I Sold
Whipped Body Butter used on the skin, leaves the skin feeling soft and supple, it is great for dry skin conditions and for those with very sensitive skin. The beauty is it is made from all natural ingredients and doesn’t contain unpronounceable chemicals like the commercial body butter. Check out The Shocking Truth About What is In Your Skincare. If you have never made your own then you will be amazed at how easy it is to make and how economical it is to make your own. It also makes the perfect gift.
DIY Whipped Body Butter
Use whipped body butter daily on your face and body as a moisturizer, for dry skin relief, treat wrinkles, treat sunburn, stretch mark prevention during pregnancy, reduce blemishes and scarring.
Whipped Body Butter Ingredients:
- Shea Butter
- Coconut Oil
- Grapeseed Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
To make body butter, I cut the shea butter into pieces and place into an electric mixer, I added melted coconut oil, grapeseed oil, and process until the body butter looks like whipped cream. I then add the essential oils and whip until the essential oil is fully incorporated.
Ingredients For Whipped Body Butter
- 1 cup Shea Butter
- 1/2 cup Coconut oil (melted)
- 1/2 cup Grapeseed oil
- 30 drops Lavender essential oil
- Container with tight-fitting lids
- 1 tablespoon Vitamin E oil (optional for longer lasting body butter)
Combine shea butter, coconut oil, grapeseed oil and lavender essential oil in an electric mixer and process until body butter is soft and creamy and there aren’t any visible solid pieces. Melt shea butter and coconut oil using a double boiler if they are really hard, especially during the winter months.