Homemade DIY Organic Body Butter: Tone and Moisturize your Body Naturally

Looking to achieve that beautiful, glowing skin? The trick is to find a body moisturizer that works with your skin type. If you have dry skin that usually takes a little more of the regular moisturizer you buy at the store you will want to create your body butter. A body butter is a heavier, thicker, and will moisturize hard spots on your body like knees, hand, feet, and elbows more. These are the particular dry areas on your skin surface that need extra moisture and will benefit even more from a body butter. Essential ingredients that are added to the body butter improves your skin tone, rebuild collagen, and stop you from having dry skin. Raw, unrefined Shea Butter contains essential fatty acids, naturally full of vitamin A, E, and F that are imperative to maintaining your skin's elasticity and suppleness. It has been using for centuries as a wrinkle reducer. It helps rebuild and rejuvenate collagen to keep the skin moisturize and freshly hydrated. Using shea butter daily on your skin can improve the appearance of scars, hydrates, balance, and other skin problems. She butter has natural anti-inflammatory properties to help with insect bites, burns, cuts along with other skin problems. Always purchase unrefined shea butter, refined Shea butter loses almost all its healing properties.

Jojoba Oil Resembles the sebum that your body produce the most. Adding this oil can help your bodies natural oil balance over time. If you have any skin disorder like psoriasis, even sunburn and chapped skin it will help your skin get healthy again. Adding this oil to your body butter will help balance the oils your skin produce, help restores the proper balance back for moisture. Sesame Oil is a lot like olive oil, it's natural antioxidant make it ideal for infusing your herbs. It provides protection from the sun to your skin; it can serve as a natural sunscreen. If you have particularly oily skin, this oil is somewhat dying and will help your skin look less oily. Grape-Seed Oil comes very light and odorless. It works great in helping aging skin by healing damaging areas. Adding grape-seed oil to your body butter will help your skin if you are looking for the healing effect.

Olive Oil is a big favorite in the natural skin and hair care communities. It moisturize and nourishes the hair and skin to give it that natural glow. It is rich and high in skin nutrients like linoleic acid and beta carotene. Adding other oils like coconut, sweet almond, olive oil and essential oils are also important to your home body butter. You want to add essential oils like lavender, ylang-ylang, geranium, frankincense, tea tree, and any other oils that work for your skin type. For years, I have tried using the traditional store bought lotions, and they all end up with the same results. Even the ones label natural with some good ingredients still did not have a lasting effect. That is why I decided to make my body butter. I realize that my skin suffers extreme damage over the years and needed extra moisturizing. That is why I decided to make my very own shea butter body butter. My skin care regimen is now entirely organic, homemade, and I get my products at an excellent cost. I had learned just to fall in love with how smooth and hydrated my skin look. This body butter is rich and creamy, all natural for almost any skin type. The best part about this is that I am known each and every single ingredient in the mix. Even when you purchase your products from the healthiest companies out there your very own is the best. You can make this over and over again, or adjust the product as needed. I love this mix, and it loves the body as well. My skin stays hydrated, no more rough or dry spots. My elbows, knees, and other problem areas no longer exist. Who would not love to known exactly what works for their body? The trick is again finding out what works with your skin type. Making my product is always fun and discovery waiting around the corner. Now start with gathering up all your organic ingredients this is the first step to your healthy skin care product. With natural products, you never have to worry about chemical products absorbing into your skin and eventually distributing throughout your body. Now get ready to make your smooth body butter.

The Recipe This body butter contains all natural ingredients, a few carrier oils, and essential oils to complete the effect. All my oils where to purchase on iHerb at a good deal when to compare to the store price.

  • 2 oz. Organic Coconut Oil

  • 2 oz. Organic Sweet Almond Oil

  • 8 oz. Raw, Unrefined Shea Butter

  • 1 tbsp. of Organic Olive Oil

  • 1 tbsp. of Organic Sesame Seed Oil

  • 1 tbsp. of Organic Jojoba Oil

  • 1 tbsp. Organic Grapeseed Oil

  • 12 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil

  • 10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil

  • 10 drops of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

  • 6 drop of Tea Tree Essential Oil

  • 10 drops of Fennel Essential Oil

  • 12 drops of Rose Hip Seed Essential Oil

  • 10 drops of Clay Sage Essential Oil

All products where purchase online at iHerb with great discounts

Now start by adding all you carrier oils to you blender or mixing bowl. Now either cover your blender or-or add your mixer top to whip the mixture for about 30 seconds to one minute and stop the mix. Now add each one of your essential oils in you mix and start the blender or mixer again. You want to mix your butter for about 30 more seconds to 2 minutes depending on the consistency of the butter your prefer. I like my butter to be a bit on the thicker side and not too watery, so I only mix it enough to make sure all my products are a combination, and I stop my mixer. Mixing the product in a mixer of the blender is necessary if you do not want them to separate after you put them together. You product will look runny, and it will be for the most part unusable for the purpose of moisturizing your skin. Like all natural products, your body will need time to get used to this butter. I usually take about a good month or two to start seeing any significant changes. My skin was dull in some areas, after a week I could see the difference. After I shower I would usually have parched, ashy skin to apply lotion on. After starting to use my body butter, I notice that my skin looks more moisturize and no dry spots before I apply my body butter. The best way to get an excellent result from making your body butter is to use oils that target the problems that you have. This butter can work for all skin type so try it off making a mix of your very own for significant results.


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