Making your own natural skin care is easy and very beneficial. By doing this you know every ingredient that is in your product and can avoid the chemicals or unwanted ingredients found in some store bought skin care products.
To help get you started we have made simple skin care recipes using our best-selling cosmetic butters. For each of these we have put together kits so you can easily obtain everything you need to make the product described in the recipe.
Unrefined Shea Butter DIY Kit (Homemade Body Butter)
Shea Butter is the first ingredient in our Homemade Body Butter. Shea Butter is a nutrient rich cosmetic butter packed with vitamins and antioxidants. It deeply moisturizes the skin to help soothe and repair dry, itchy, cracked skin and maintain a healthy glow. Its properties also make it effective in evening out skin tone, diminishing blemishes, dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally Shea Butter helps soothe and relieve skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Other ingredients in this recipe include Almond Oil and Coconut Oil, both are carrier oils with a long list of benefits for the skin.
In addition to the ingredients above the kit includes a recipe card that links to the tutorial video on how to make Homemade Body Butter and two empty jars with lids so you can properly store your product once it is made.
Mango Butter DIY Kit (Whipped Mango Body Mousse)
Mango Butter is the star ingredient in this popular recipe. It is rich with antioxidants, fatty acids and vitamins that nourish the skin and boost its elasticity and suppleness. In this way it can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is also known to boost the skin’s luster and natural radiance while reducing the appearance of dark spots.
Apricot Oil is the carrier oil in this recipe. It is a light, delicate carrier oil that moisturizes dry, sensitive skin. It is packed with vitamins and antioxidants.
In addition to these ingredients listed above, this kit also comes with a recipe card which links to the tutorial video on how to make Mango Body Mousse as well as the optional ingredient, pink mica, and two empty jars with lids to properly store your completed product.
Unrefined Cocoa Butter (Whipped Cocoa Body Butter)
Unrefined Cocoa Butter is the cosmetic butter in this recipe. It is a solid butter rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fatty acids that deeply penetrate the layers of skin to moisturize, improve elasticity and protect it. Its properties make it effective in smoothing or diminishing scars, wrinkles, and similar marks on the skin. It can also help in preventing and minimizing the appearance of stretch marks.
This recipe includes two carrier oils, Jojoba Oil and Coconut Oil. These are both known for deep moisturizing properties that help soothe and soften skin to make it silky smooth.
In addition to these ingredients the kit includes a recipe card which has a link to the recipe video on how to make Whipped Cocoa Body Butter as well as two empty jars with lids to store your completed product in.
Kokum Butter DIY Kit (Rose Infused Kokum Butter)
Kokum Butter is a hard butter that contains nutrients and antioxidants which help nourish and repair damaged, cracked skin. It is naturally flaky and brittle when at room temperature making it popular for its stability. Once it comes into contact with your skin it melts and absorbs easily leaving it feeling soft and moist without a greasy residue.
This recipe includes the step of making rose infused almond oil with dry rose petals. This adds the nutrients and lovely smell of roses to the already highly beneficial almond oil. This oil is whipped together with Kokum Butter and a little pink mica. The result is a lovely light pink smooth body butter that smells like fresh roses.
The kit includes these ingredients listed above. Also included is a recipe card with a link to the tutorial video on how to make Rose Infused Kokum Butter as well as two empty jars with lids to store your completed product in.
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