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DIY Whipped Body Butter Recipe for Naturally Nourished Skin

There is something incredibly satisfying about making your own body products, especially when it comes to taking control of what you apply directly onto your skin. Over the years, there has been a growing awareness of the potential harm caused by synthetic perfumes and chemical ingredients present in store-bought products. Our skin absorbs everything we lather onto it, making the shift to natural products not just a preference but a healthy choice.

In this blog post, I'll guide you through a simple and cost-effective recipe for a homemade body butter. Not only does it take just a few minutes to put together, but it also allows you to customise the texture and fragrance according to your preferences.


1. ½ cup of Shea butter: Nourishes and hydrates the skin, providing protection against harsh weather conditions.

2. ¼ cup of sweet almond oil: Soothing and hydrating, with antioxidant properties.

3. ¼ cup of coconut oil: Quickly absorbed by the skin, rich in vitamins A and E, aiding in skin regeneration.

4. 15-30 drops of essential oils (optional): Add your favorite essential oils for a unique fragrance. Popular combinations include lavender/orange, ylang-ylang/vanilla, and geranium/grapefruit. Note: Avoid using essential oils during pregnancy or on young children.


1. Mix shea butter, sweet almond oil, and coconut oil in a large glass jar or pot suitable for a double boiler.

2. Melt the mixture in a double boiler, stirring continuously to prevent burning.

3. Once melted, refrigerate the mix for an hour.

4. Use a hand-held mixer to whisk the mixture until you achieve an airy texture and white color.

5. Pour the homemade body butter into a clean jar.

6. You're all set! This versatile body butter can be used to keep your skin soft and hydrated throughout the year. Additionally, it can double as a lip balm or hand cream.

Additional Tips:

- Experiment with different oils based on what you have on hand. Olive oil or grapeseed oil can be substitutes for coconut oil or sweet almond oil, and cocoa butter can replace shea butter.

- If you want to add an extra layer of awareness to your skincare routine, consider using the Think Dirty app. Scan the barcode of your daily products to determine the toxicity grading of each ingredient listed.


Making your own body butter not only allows you to tailor it to your preferences but also ensures that you're using natural, nourishing ingredients on your skin. This simple DIY recipe offers an effective solution to keep your skin soft, hydrated, and free from potentially harmful chemicals. Embrace the joy of crafting your beauty essentials and take a step towards a healthier, more conscious skincare routine.

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