DIY | Luxurious Exotic Body Butter

Hey Guys,

I created another body butter for you to try. Here is the recipe:

 

What you need for 100g of body butter:

53g Shea Butter
20g Almond Oil
20g Monoi de Tahiti Oil
5g Vitamin E oil
1g Patchouli Essential Oil
0.5g Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
0.5g Lemon Essential Oil

This body smells great! it works well on any skin type and you can use it in your hair too.

 

Method:
Measure your ingredients
Melt the shea butter together with the oils
Leave to cool down on the bench or in the fridge
Once partially solid, add your essential oils and whip.
Transfer into a container and use!

 

If you want to try my other butters here are the posts:

DIY Whipped Shea Butter

DIY Whipped Coconut Oil Moisturizer

You can find all the ingredients from here

What are your favourite body butters?

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Self- motivated, dynamic, hardworking and goal-oriented are some of the many characteristics that Carol Nyazika has developed through her few years as a rising entrepreneur. With a focused mind-set, she has managed to center her up-and-coming business ventures on the development of women in all aspects of their lives.   Carol has packaged herself as a complete influential brand that reaches people through all mediums of life, whether through the radio, television or print media. Her effort to reach clients through the expansion of her brand is what has made her a rising personality in the Zimbabwean community, at home and the diaspora.   As an advocate of both outer and inner beauty, she believes that financial security through entrepreneurship can be easily tackled through the confidence that is found in feeling good both on the inside and the outside. Through her popularity in the beauty industry, Carol became a qualified organic skin care formulator and founded Ndanaka, a bath, body and hair care company.   She is also Founder of African Women Association. AWA is not a platform that excels in rhetoric but fails in practice; it is invested in making sure that people’s lives are truly changed. AWA is highly rated by experts in the industry and launched in 2014 and the first multi-sectoral, Pan-African awards ceremony launched in November 2015 and was recognized across the continent of Africa and the diaspora.   Carol continues to break barriers, positively impacting women around her, pushing the boundary and challenging the norm.

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