How to Make the BEST Whipped Body Cream

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You will love this fun project to do at home on how to make the best-whipped body cream. This diy idea smells so good you will be tempted to eat it. All of the ingredients used are safe for the skin. With all natural ingredients that are nourishing and moisturizing for the skin but not greasy. You are sure to love the smell. After making you can put the body butter in little mason jars and tie them with a string, you might even consider giving this diy idea as a gift to friends and family.

For this fun project to do at home, you will find a recipe for white chocolate body butter and one for regular body butter that doesn't smell like chocolate whichever you prefer. This lovely smelling recipe uses simple natural ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, sweet almond oil and your favorite essential oil. You don't need any special tools for this body butter recipe other than a small pot or double boiler and a hand or stand mixer. You will want to mix all of the ingredients together until they are fluffy and stiff peaks form, just like whipped cream. This easy to make body butter recipe looks as good as it smells and is sure to be a DIY idea you will try again.

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