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  1. Fernando Sage

    How to “save” whipped body butter

    Created a whipped body butter with the following ingredients: Coconut oil, Murumuru butter, Shea Butter, Sweet almond oil, Avocado oil, Vitamin E oil, Squalene, Cetearyl Alcohol, Arrowroot powder, Essential oils And couldn’t be happier with the result. However I took to a farmers market...
  2. Dblondi03

    How to enhance scent in body butter?

    Hi everyone! so I started making body butters Everyone who works with me at my regular 9-5 job tried my body butters and like them, however, I add a lot of fragrance oil/ essential oil to get that yummy scent when lid is opened But! Once you apply to your skin, less than 5 minutes the scent...
  3. Winterx

    Emulsified body butter, but no water.

    I'm very much a novice in this world, but I'm trying to navigate it and learn all that I can. I like to make my own simple products like anhydrous body butter. For the more complicated emulsified body butter, I've chosen to purchase one to use while I learn. The ingredients are a follows: Shea...
  4. K

    Too Much Silk Powder

    I think I added too much silk powder to my body butter. Now it's grainy to the touch when I apply it to my skin it melts and doesn't leave any residue. I am thinking about throwing it out. I have melted it down twice and even added more shea butter to it. if anyone can help that would be a...
  5. QueenJ

    Whipped body butter

    So I’ve been making whipped body butters for years and i have a few go to recipes that i use and I tried 2 techniques which require (cooling phase) I pop my oils in the fridge or freezer to quicken up the cooling process then whip until perfect consistency. Im curious if there is another way of...
  6. Rusti

    Whipped Body Butters in the Summer

    So, for the moment I'm making some whipped butters and those have been a big winter hit, but I'm thinking about summer-time and shipping. If you offer whipped anhydrous butters through the summer, do you just not ship them, ship them with an ice pack or ship them with a warning that they'll need...