So Yesterday I made whipped shea butter and it turned out great---it was super moist and fluffy. I melted 1 cup of shea butter on a double boiler then mixed 1 tablespoon of apricot seed oil and 2 tablespoons of Vegetable Glycerin in it. I left it in the fridge to harden for 1.5 hours then I whipped it up for 10 minutes with a whisk stick blender. It turned out to be around 2 cups after it was whipped and I put it into a three cup sized mason jar. Here are my questions: 1. It really helped me moisturize my skin but it was on the sticky side. So I am thinking next time I will have to reduce the vegetable glycerin. Did I use too much glycerin? If so, What is the best vegetable glycerin to shea butter ratio when whipping? 2. Last night it was all fluffy and moist but this morning, I check out the jar of whipped shea butter and it is dry, crusty, and dry. What went wrong? Do you think the Vegetable glycerin robbed the moisture out the product? Was the mason jar I used too big for the 2 cups of whipped shea butter? Do I need to put it in an airtight container? Also, I live in the cold Midwest and my house temperature was 65 degrees last night.. do you think this has anything to do with it? 3. Next time, do I even have to whip up the shea butter, apricot seed oil and vegetable glycerin? Could I just use the oil after they are melted and mixed together and hardened state? Anyone try this? Thank you!