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Get Your Skin Buttered Up: A DIY Shea Body Butter That Will Make You Glow!

Embrace the Shea-nanigans of DIY Body Butters

Welcome to the shea-nanigans of DIY body butter!

If you're tired of spending a fortune on skincare products. Products that promise miracles but deliver disappointment. It's time to take matters into your own hands.

Get ready to dive into the world of homemade skincare. Discover the wonders of natural body butter made with shea goodness.

Why settle for store-bought creams? When you can create your very own luxurious moisturizer? Moisturizers that will leave your skin feeling smooth, hydrated, and fabulous.

Plus, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing exactly what goes into your products. No mysterious chemicals or questionable additives.

Why Shea Butter is the MVP for Your Skin and How It Benefits

Let's talk about the benefits of shea butter, shall we? First off, it's like a nourishing feast for your skin. Helps with anything from dry skin to eczema. With its rich and creamy texture, shea butter works in moisturizing even the driest of skins.

But wait, there's more!

Shea butter also boasts some serious anti-inflammatory properties. So if you're dealing with redness or irritation, this MVP will come to the rescue. It soothes your skin like a gentle hug from a fluffy cloud.

And guess what? Shea butter doesn't discriminate - it's suitable for all skin types! Whether you have oily, dry, or sensitive skin, this superstar will work its magic. Magic works wonders on dry skin as well. This magic will work without clogging pores or causing any unwanted breakouts.

Slay with this Easy-peasy DIY Shea Body Butter Recipe

Get ready to slay with this easy-peasy DIY Shea Body Butter Recipe. A butter that will have your skin feeling like a million bucks.

There are many ways to prepare Shea Body Butters. Our preferred way is a whipped shea butter recipe. This is the recipe we will be sharing as this is the one we practice and know the most. We believe that Whipped butter is softer and lighter. It also creates a protective barrier for your skin. It's like a fluffy cloud of moisturizing goodness. A cloud that will leave your skin feeling silky smooth. This is our very own homemade body butter recipe.


4 oz shea butter


1 tsp carrier oil


1tsp arrowroot powder

1-1.5 tbsp essential oil

Makes approx 1 6oz jar

Take your unrefined shea butter and whip it. For about 30 minutes or until it reaches a smooth texture and the fluffiness you desire.

Using an electric mixer. A standing mixer or a hand mixer will work as well.

Be mindful.

Use tools that you will not be using to prepare food.

Make sure you separate these and only use them to make your butter and nothing else.

Once the butter gets whipped.

Add the coconut oil and mix once again.

Next, add the arrowroot powder and mix once again.

Lastly, add any essential oil you desire and whip one last time.

Lavender Essential for Relaxation

Citrus oils for a boost of energy.

DO NOT USE FRAGRANCE OILS. They do not react well with certain skin types.

So there you have it. Why settle for boring store-bought moisturizers? When you can whip up these delightful concoctions at home?

With your own hand and homemade body butter. Get ready to slay with smooth and supple skin that smells as delicious as it feels. Your DIY beauty game just got taken to a whole new level!

The Scoop on Storing and Preserving Your Homemade Shea Body Butter.

First things first, say goodbye to those flimsy plastic containers.

It's time to upgrade, my friends! Look for sturdy glass jar or metal containers that can withstand the test of time. And accidental drops.

Not only will they keep your body butter safe and sound, but they'll also give it that fancy spa-like feel. Who doesn't want their bathroom shelf to look like a high-end skincare boutique?

Let's talk about extending the shelf life of your homemade creations.

We all want our body butter to last as long as possible, right? Well, here's a little secret: antioxidants are your best friends.

Consider adding some natural preservatives that work as carrier oils. Vitamin E oil or coconut oil are great all-natural preservatives and carrier oils. They help to keep those pesky free radicals at bay. Your skin will thank you!

Oh, and one more thing - don't forget about proper storage conditions. Keep your shea body butter away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. You don't want it melting into a sad puddle or turning into an icy block.

Have fun making your own body butter mix.

Check out our website for already-made whipped shea body butter. Butter is made with 3 simple ingredients. Shea butter, coconut oil, and arrowroot powder.

Visit our website for your very own whipped shea body butter and avoid the long hours of work to make your own.

Get Ready to Indulge in Luxurious Hydration with Your Self-made Shea Body Butters!

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