Whipped Olive Oil Body Butter

November 19, 2016

Whipped Olive Oil Body Butter

Olive oil is very popular in the kitchen, but it is not good only for the internal use, but also for external use on your skin. It nourishes the skin, especially when it lacks moisture.

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Difficulty: easy

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Combine all butters and oils in a double boiler (Bain marie) and heat until all butters melt. When they are melted we add bees wax and stir until all beeswax is melted. Remove from heat and allow mixture to cool slightly.
  2. While cooling down, mix using hand mixer. At about 26°C add other ingredients.
  3. Continue mixing until creamy. Put in clean and dark cosmetic jars.

Good for: everyone

Use: daily

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Store in: glass jar

Shelf life: about 30 days at room temperature

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Making olive oil body butter is very simple and similar to the making of whipped body butter. You can see how to make whipped body butter in a short video below:

 

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