Let’s think of a fluffy, cloud like Body butter. So good and smells fantastic!!
Today, we would be sharing a simple but effective and insanely yummy recipe for the skin. Yes, you can have different recipes tailored after your taste.
Sometimes your lotion has not got enough oil. Other times, it’d be nice to tweak some ingredients because you’re allergic them but it’s your favourite lotion so you won’t be letting that up.
Sometimes, you read on a super yummy recipe like this one and think “Yeah, I’ll try that”, and then sigh.. nothing is done about that. You know how that goes.
This recipe is yum yum yum. It is homemade and natural. You will definitely love it. Guess what? No beeswax or preservatives. It’s as good as food but please don’t eat it haha.
What is a body butter?
Body butter is just like lotion but it’s a really moisturising substance made of natural oils from seeds and nuts (such as cocoa, coconut, mango seeds or kukui nuts) (producing its thick popular feature, which we call butter). It is usually achieved by combining natural butters e.g, raw cocoa butter, Shea butter or Mango butter. Thankful for its moisturizing effect, it forms a barrier that protects the skin. I always recommend this if you find your skin is thinning out.
Difference between Body butters, Cremes & Lotions
It’s kinda like a no brainer. As it is listed, so is the consistency and thickness. Lotion is recommended for those with oily skin. I’ll just give a brief summary because this is about that special recipe, right?
How do you actually make a body butter
This is not usually a strict rule but I’m exceptionally putty for coconut oil and it’s ability to clog my pores *crying hot tears* something has got to kill a
man lady, isn’t it? Guess who went overboard?
Trust me, it smells divineeeeeee I don’t even mind if it clogs my skin, I’ll exfoliate tomorrow -I’ll always think.