Thanks for the update, Tony! 75% Babassu And I bet it could be a nice 'bath butter' without the sugar. I used a brown sugar/fig fragrance…I feel like I won the lotto…lol..it’s the little things, right?! but solid when cold). If you have any pictures, we’d love to see how it turned out. How many ounces does this make for a final product? I love this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing this. In theory, you can use a handheld mixer (think egg beaters) but you’ll definitely be mixing until you’re insane then =) I hope you like the recipe. It really IS fantastic. I’ve used a stick blender for my whipped butters in the past and the result is much less fluffy. Very whipped like fluff and cool whip. Is there Organic shea butter bricks avaiable? I asked her how was it? You can use up to 25% Tapioca Powder in your oily recipes so easily anything up to 2 Tablespoons is good to go (and then some). I also added a scant tablespoon of sifted cornstarch to it and it cut down on the greasy feeling but still so soft. I have a version of this I make that I have Apricot Kernel Oil and also Cocoa Butter. Food that tastes like fragrance oil is not delicious. THANK YOU for posting this receipe and the pictures of the mixer! I made a shea body butter last night and ended up dumping it all because it was soooo oily. So while sunflower oil will probably be lovely in there, the consistency will be very different because you’d be subbing a liquid oil for a solid oil. Like everyone else, I’m glad I came across this recipe! The best soap supplies on the internet are found at Bramble Berry. Trishnicol, Thanks for the endorsement! This whipped butter is so nice, that it absorbs nicely in the skin. Thanks Anne-Marie! I can’t say enough of how much I loved it and how easy it was. Neither of those oils have any scent – they are actual food grade cooking oils so they will smell natural and oily but no smell. I really hope this helps because I really don’t want to have to switch to the non-organic shea butter. =) Can you use other oils besides the coconut? Can I dump this batch back into my stand mixer (yes I have a kitchen Aid…2 yrs now)and fluff it up again? I have tried seems like hundreds, but probably only 8 recipes, but so far, they all feel greasy. I dream of going there one day! Let me know if you have any other questions. Looks yummy but do you have to use a glass bowl? It appears like they're pretty similar? At any rate, it is a very easy recipe, and one that extends your shea butter nicely, so thank you for sharing! Homemade Whipped Body Butter Recipe. You can pop it all back in the kitchen aid but after it sits for a day, it will get hard again. She has CRAZY dry skin (she used to use baby oil on her face! You are an eagle eye! Yes, typicallly adding straight oil to your skin would feel more greasy than a straight lotion (which has water added to it to cut down on the grease feel). Thank you so much for your help. Vanilla + Coconut is a much lighter fragrance just in the bottle than something as bright and out there as Energy so that's probably why it's not as strong. Can you please clarify, what are the benefits of using double wall jars? https://www.brambleberry.com/Easy-Lotion-Kit-1-kit-P3292.aspx. Can the vanilla select fragrance oil be used in the body butter? You are correct. Not a big deal. Maybe give that a try…start with room temp mango butter and melted coconut oil. This is priceless information, thank you!! Any help would be much appreciated! The consistency was on the money even though I heated everything. Will a light sparkle be left visible on the skin. I was hoping for an easy to use whipped lotion with cocoa butter. If it wasn’t, it wouldn’t NOT grow mold over time with those ingredients. Ha ha ha…Its working now! I love shea butter and this recipie, but would like to color it. That is so fantastic that you were able to 'save' the recipe with the Olive Oil. All in all I added about 60 drops of lavender, Orange and Cinnamon oils. Also – I see Breanna added arrowroot powder, which I have, but have never used. You could use any other butter with the same consistency of Shea Butter so Mango Butter for example, would work great but Cocoa Butter would not (too hard and brittle). How should I prepare the shea butter when it is a soild? You are correct – just add and whip – as is. Using a hand held eletric mixer, I whipped for about 5 minutes and tested it out. Ps..I didn’t put wet hands in the jar . Thanks, Zikhona, You’ll love this fragrance calculator to give you the correct usage rate for fragrances and essential oils Are you referring to C or F? I too got some of the little bits of shea butter in it but they’re not so big that I notice them when I’m using it (used it on my feet too) and I can see why some are saying that it’s a little greasy feeling but I just kept rubbing it in and all was good – again thank you for this recipe – my daughter just walked up to me and said “mommy feel MeiMei arm so soft” she calls herself MeiMei her real name is Megan, I used the Black Amber and Lavender – I love that scent. 2-in-1 Hair Conditioner. The actual INCI name for Tapioca Starch Powder is Polymethylsilsesquioxane. This whipped shea butter recipe was my 1st recipe to try! Also, on the lower image is the finished product with a clear label, showing customers a full view of the whipped butter. Awhile after I rubbed it in, it still seemed shiny and oily. […], © 2020 Soap Queen • Site Design by Emily White Designs. Cooling the jojoba oil won’t change anything for the final product. It would read: Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) Fruit, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Honeydew Fragrance Oil. Instructions. -Becky with Bramble Berry. Thanks so much for the recipe. I would try traditional Shea Butter and traditional Coconut Oil (so ultra refined and skip the virgin organic) and see if that gets you better results. I’d really like to be able to continue selling this year round. I have a few questions. Too soft-soupy. It still cold so I will see what it looks like at room temp. Ah ha! And, we’ve never noticed that you can over-whip it, but the more you do whip it, the more air will be in your final product. Sounds yummy! Essential oils should be fine for use in place of the fragrance oils, as long as the essential oils are pure. I had the same problem with every formula I tried, but that's just so great about this recipe: it soaks in so nicely. I realized that both times I made these batches it was 68 degrees in my house(I live in California and it’s already so hot here). Thank you! While the body butter doesn’t require preservatives because there isn’t any water in the product, should I add a preservative to a body scrub because of the moist environment? i used 1.75 oz of UNrefined Shea Butter (solid yet soft @ room temperature), 0.6 oz of Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (completely melted), and 0.75 mL of fragrance oil. .05% for the fragrance oil – just a little bit. Thanks so much! I have the same question as Rob. If you want it like Anne Maire’s you need refined shea butter and coconut oil 76. Hi Ann-Marie, Hey Becky! I had about 8 ounces that I "over-cornstarched". I have read every post on here and I’m so excited to try this…I can’t even tell you how excited I am!!! It really depends on the heat, but the butter will melt anywhere above 80 degrees. Tutorials on soapmaking, bath fizzies, lotions and more, Ingredients I've been wanting to do this for years. I've made soap and candles once or twice before and was thinking of doing it again this year. I am so pleased to have found your site. So far my favorite is the Energy blend. OMG I can’t wait to try this. Not too bad BUT, not easy enough to dig out with a cosmetic spatula. If there is any plastic at all, it will take on the fragrance of the fragrance or essential oil you’re using so definitely keep that in mind. P.S. P.S. I had on hand – refined shea butter, mango butter, palm oil, soft butters – avocado and pumpkin seed, beeswax, liquid oils -grapeseed macadamia nut, vitamin E oil, and almond. Vegetable butter(s) and oil(s) Essential oils (optional) Large bowl and electrical blender (or kitchen machine) Spatula; Jar, to store the whipped body cream recipe; Make sure the Shea butter is at room temerature, a bit warmer is even better. I will definitely make your recipe but still looking for a cream with goat’s milk , does that need to be more of a regular lotion? Body butters do not require preservative if there is no water. My friend buys some from someone who makes this, and this is the ingredients that is used: Babassu oil, Rice bran oil, and palm kernel oil. In my personal opinion, the Skin Deep database should not be regarded as a complete source for information. What an awesome idea! Does anyone else get this same amount? I have wanted one for the last few year. … When I put it together it came out really grainy. You can also add Tapioca Powder to the recipe if you find it too greasy. =). Anne-MarieLooks like such an easy recipe . I think it filled about 6-y jars? That said, I could be wrong. Thanks!! We have a few recipes you could try out and see how they work for you: Pistachio Balm Recipe: http://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/lotion/tutorial-pistachio-balm-recipe-2/, Winter Body Balm: http://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/lotion/winter-body-balm-recipe/, Mango Avocado Balmy Salve: http://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/lotion/mango-avocado-balmy-salve/, I hope this helps! This will be great for those horrible Wisconsin winters! I’d ask your vendor for the raw shea butter but that’s one of the reasons that Bramble Berry doesn’t carry raw shea butter. PS: I am so excited this was so easy and it came out GREAT!!! End consistency will be significantly softer – because Coconut Oil + Shea Butter are both solid on solid. I just love it! I was wondering if an essential “oil” could replace the fragrance oil or would that be considered adding water, causing mold growth issues? Sounds fabulous, Emily! You need OIL soluble colorants, not water soluble colorants (so no food coloring and probably no liquid soap dye) so think lip balm colors or micas to get this to take on color =). Also- can this be used on the face?? After whipping, my got slightly softer, and I followed the recipe as is. But, I forgot to write down my process and I KNOW BETTER! I added the cornstarch to make it a little less greasy, used rosemary and neroli essential oils (smells gorgeous) and coloured it a very light orange with a little bit of Vitamin E oil infused with annatto seeds, figuring the Vitamin E oil would work as a mild preservative… Can’t wait to see how it goes down with people. This Organic one I have is I believe just to soft and oily. Tina, Yum! and got 3 8oz jars… so 6-4oz sounds about right . I just burned out my 2nd hand mixer. No, it’s not possible to overmix (at least not that I’ve found yet!) Can we add a little natrosorb to help with the greasiness, and scent a little? So excited to try it!! Aside from the shea butter, what other butters can be used? I have read through the comments but there are soo many!! I really like it, but a dab will definitely do you. Ann Marie I love this recipe! I was scrolling through the comments too. do i need to figure out a new ratio for it since it is already whipped? If you follow natural hair care, you’ll know you need an acidic … There's plenty out there about Talc (which is mostly fear-based and not science-based) but nothing that I can recall off the top of my head about Arrowroot. Add 3 ounces of melted coconut oil to the mixing bowl. Any tricks to get the shea butter off the blender? I was really excited to try such a simple recipe with the vigin coconut oil I sell…but so far I've had poor results. Any ideas at all on how to fix this so I don't waste the batch I made? You can add either add Tapioca Starch, Cornstarch, or Arrowroot Powder to this recipe to help cut down on the any greasy textures. I hate to waste any more of my ingredients on experimenting. When I used the island coconut and vanilla it didn't seem to be as fragrant as I expected. If you want to thicken it up, you can either add more of your non-organic shea butter to it or if you have any cocoa butter, I’d try melting 1 teaspoon per ounce of your recipe and adding it in. THANK YOU!THANK YOU! I thank you in advance. It's a definite crowd pleaser. It did seem to take a little elbow grease to get it to spread out nicely and I would love any recommendation for an addition to the recipe to make it smoother. You are correct. The “no measure ingredients” method may have worked for my great grandma’s but “it ain’t gonna keep happening” with me in the future. About how long do you think it should stay blended? I used shea butter, mango butter, grapesead oil, jojoba oil, fractionated coconut oil; this was melted and to that I added: silica powder, modified cornstarch and boron nitride. I saw a post that said you should be able to use raw shea butter with similar results. I turned off my air conditioner, ran an errand and when I came back, I had NO clumps in my mixture! -Becky with Bramble Berry. We each only have about 1 and one-half pounds. Wow, I’m so happy that you like the feel of the butter after it sat for a day. I want it to be fluffy and smooth. Fill a small pot ¼ the way with water. To be exact.. what number is medium high to you on the KA? How much EO would you suggest? Or I could just not keep it in the bathroom, but I want to sell it, so I need to get that worked out. I still end up with grainy result and i HATE it. Keep me posted on how it goes AND just try for a very small batch and not a big batch =))) Test small amounts first. Unrefined Shea and Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Anne-Marie is off to Saudi Arabia today. You are fantastic! Whipped Shea Butter with Coconut Oil Recipe. Which one did you find to be your favorite? I realize I said I cut the recipe in half. Thank you for replying so soon. I am so glad I stumbled across this site two months ago. Maybe I’ll try the 92 (or is it 96? But, maybe you could add 60% liquid oils to the 40% cocoa butter, melt that and then try to whip it as you cooled it. I still keep getting little un-whipped shea butter lump-a-di-doos in the mixture even after more than 10 minutes of whipping + “softening” with the beaters beforehand!! I was searching for a good whipped shea butter recipe for ages (it always turned out too hard, too soft, too greasy, too oily…) and, wow, I think I found it now! No problems with the shea butter turning grainy without melting it – at least not in any of my many, many tests batches that I still have here =)). Substitutions for Shea Butter in Soap I made up a combo for my mom a while back with mostly coconut oil. Thanks for your help! would the end product consistency be the same? Gave it out for birthday gifts every one loved it even some of my male friends used col water FO oil .ty. I personally use shea butter in many of my recipes at 5-15%. Coconut oil is considered a hard oil because it’s solid at room temperature while GSE and Jojoba are both liquid oils (liquid all the time). Hm, that’s a great question. One question though. In one post I thought it said to use EOs only then in one I saw vanilla fragrance oil. When made in optimal sanitary conditions, this homemade body butter … I made this body butter about 2 months ago, but it appears to be separating now. There are quite a few out there. I've come across a few that requires heating, cooling, etc., but thank goodness I kept searching and finding this on Anne-Marie's blog! (swoon) I adore Neroli EO. I've been experimenting with lotions lately and I like that this recipe leaves the water out. I did use raw shea that is quite yellow. thank you in advance. I have been using mica pigments but wish to get a bold color. I just ordered some Tapioca Powder and can’t wait to get it! Can you post a tutorial or recipe on making a body butter using cocoa butter? I too, on my second try, have little tiny lumps in the batch I made today. I have not noticed it in any of it in my final products. Shea Butter in its Natural State. I don't know, I just hate the lumps! Please share with the links to the right...... Get professional recipes and advice about everything soap! But the other issue is that you're not supposed to melt the shea butter with this recipe. I made this today and it is awesome, so nice and light. )degree, it should still melt on skin contact, but I wonder if it would still be as whippy? Anne – Marie you are Awesome. I say the fluffier the better! Made this earlier tonight. I was so excited! Thanks!! Is it meant to remain in the “just whipped” consistency (as in the picture above? I melted 16oz of shea butter and added 7oz virgin coconut oil, 6ml vitamin E and 6ml fragrance oil. Let me know if you come up with a new variation =). I made several jars-the ones I’m using are the only ones separating-the unused are still completely blended. Using emulsifyers always means using preservatives because of the water? I don't recall anything negative on Arrowroot. Thanks again! Thank you! Thanks to all the comments and everyones success on this recipe gives me great hope on this one! Thank you!! I get 6 4oz jars and a tester jar out of half of the mixture……. This is very interesting. . The coconut oil I used does melt at 76 degrees. This is a great and simple idea (I think I could even do it) . Now I need to buy a stainless steel bowl and I’ve already purchased a separate whisk for making non-food goodies! The refined does have a smoother consistency. It is 100% Oils and butters so yes, it’s oily but I don’t think it’s unduly oily …. Good feedback – that makes total sense =) A smaller amount would be tough to work with! In this recipe, you are going to want to melt your coconut oil fully before you start to mix the rest of your ingredients. Shea Butter: This is the big daddy of moisturizers for your skin. Joannn. I know my skin will be goooorgeous in the morning! What would be the reason be for this? Would this be because I melted the Shea Butter? It doesn’t have the same “whipped” feel and it is grainy. . . For fragrance I used bergamot, grapefruit, and orange essential oils blend, and also added contents of 3 natural vitamin E capsules. i will be trying this by an electric hand mixer…is there an Average mix time you have noticed? Let them cool and harden. I am whipped with a hand mixer for about 5 mins. Many high end lines do this. My final product never stays in the original fluffy state, That is correct! I plan on trying this recipe for Christmas presents. How long did you whip your recipe? Who knows if that theory is correct or not. LOl Thank you for all your help. LOL…I used 1/4 cup Organic Shea Butter, and less than 1/8 cup Organic Extra Virgin Coconut oil. I’ve made it this way, and made it using 2:1 shea:aloe butter or shea:jojoba butter. Hi I used honey and it was way too sticky. I too saw the “mix until you’re insane” version and then THIS! I am wondering if I maybe added too much EO. Good luck in your new business! You don't have to use a fragrance oil but if you're interested you can get them at Bramble Berry https://www.brambleberry.com/Fragrance-Oils-C161.aspx. In terms of the recipe, I made something similar. What can I use to color the butter? Just a quick question about adding honey to this recipe. I love how you took this and made it your own and improved on it. I would recommend 2 Tablespoons per pound of oils and add it and whip whip whip it in. She used it on her hair and arms asking no questions. We are hoping to have Tapioca Powder back in stock soon and are in daily communication with the vendor. It's so nice to see what you're whipping up (especially fabulous shea butter). Exfoliating and moisturizing, all at the same time! You can make a nice swirl decoration on the top, some people use cake decorating frosting bags with the line making tips. I tried this tonight and found it to be more greasy than I expected. I have been making and selling a very similar recipe that I stumbled upon in my experimenting. I like this recipe because the butter stays fluffy rather than the butters that are melted. LOVE THIS. Thanx from Bolivia :o). =) It is still so oily. i am so glad you posted this and i know you are going to saudi and all but this detail has really been weighing on my mind. With a little shea butter, some sugar, and a splash of vitamin e, you’re skin with being gently polished to a silky shine after scrubbing up! Ok, I just found out that it wasn’t because I had too little in the pot. I have a really hard time finding a facial moisturizer for my sensitive skin that really helps my aging problem. I added a little Polysorbate 80 as someone suggested above, but it didn’t seem to make a huge difference. We aren’t planning on a lip gloss quite yet, but I will pass it onto the team! I just wished the recipe would of specified what EXACTLY to use and not use. Coconut Oil: https://www.brambleberry.com/Coconut-Oil-P3196.aspx. Any idea of what it is? I too have done the melt, cool and whip routine and the end product always felt greasy. Here's a link to our Shea Butter. I’m glad I kept talking about it, decided to want to put it on layby and surprise surprise, my husband paid half and we took Scarlet home the same day!! I did that on purpose since these are prototypes. You’re totally fine – that’s the right stuff. Love this recipe! Great job! You make everything seem so fun and easy. . Thank you so much for your help Anne-Marie! In one post above you recommend the following: “I would recommend 2 Tablespoons per pound of oils and add it and whip whip whip it in” and then farther down you recommended the following: “1 tsp to 1 Tbs per 16 oz. Princess Frances, The Cocoa Butter won't work because it has a harder consistency than the Coconut Oil so the product won't whip quite the same way. I didn't melt the shea butter in the original recipe (I think this may have been the problem in your recipe). This is SUPER moisturizing so a little goes a long way. The only thing I add is some melted cocoa butter for a slight chocolatey scent. From the Karite tree, and is historically, and now therapeutically, reported to have considerable healing properties. 4 oz. =), Hi Becky, and thank you for all the helpful information! Vanilla Select or Vanilla Bean are both amazing fragrances: https://www.brambleberry.com/V-C298.aspx, Hello Soap Queen. what would you call this? The Coconut Oil (solid) is what keeps the entire thing nicely whipped solid. It’s clumpy and ‘heavy’ feeling on the skin, in my opinion. Hope I have better luck next time! =). Will that effect the shelf-life of the product? So it was definately the temperature. I have no idea why I wasn’t consistent. Have a nice day, Dear bramble ladies and everyone else, I just spent the last 2 hours reading this complete post and not only do I find this recipe to be delicious (can’t wait to try it) but I have LEARNED SO MUCH from all the comments!! I have learned quite a bit from reading what is on here alone. If you are feeling it is too greasy, you can use Tapioca Powder, which helps to cut down on that feeling. No problems with the Shea Butter turning grainy without melting it? Anon- Double Score! WOW! Yes, get some extra bowls just to be on the safe side. Thanks! Oh THANK YOU for this — I made it up just now put a pea size amount on my daughter’s arm (she’s so small that’s all it took for her entire arm) I wanted to test it to make sure that she didn’t have any sort of reaction to it and so far so good — she’s had it on for about 10 minutes and no reaction. Who knew something great could come out of an afternoon of experimentation in the soap lab? I’ve made it twice now! I haven’t had time yet to go through everything you have here but I am sure there will be plenty of interesting and helpful articles. I pathetically do not have a stand mixer, but I am going to figure this out. You can absolutely color the shea butter. I know that she melted the Coconut Oil first and used the Shea Butter at room temperature. Of course, it really depends on how it is used in a formulation. Or maybe over mixed? I am so glad that you love this recipe, we love it too! I am off to Kohls with my 30% coupon and getting a Kitchen Aid right now! If you are ever looking for INCI terms, we list them for every product on our website! I’d hate for your food to taste like fragrance or essential oil! I am so glad you were able to figure it out, Kate! When you melt or break up those chains, they sometimes come back together in a strange way. -Becky with Bramble Berry. He laughed, but a few days later I came home and there was the new one on the kitchen counter. Here is a simple and easy kit to get you started. HELP – any ideas are greatly appreciated! Tapioca Powder is actually aluminum starch octenylsuccinate. So, while I hesitate to mention it, I strongly suspect that the product is preserved. Start your morning off in the sweetest way with this easy-peasy recipe! Love, love, love this recipe. My thoughts were to just whip it a little longer next time (I cut into chunks and mixed 6-7 mins), but is it possible to over whip? Add 4 oz. I made half a batch to test out, I might jar it up next time and sell at my local farmers market Thanks so much Anne Marie!! So I think adding the Cocoa Butter should do the trick. -Becky with Bramble Berry, Awww! I don’t know if a stick blender would be powerful enough to blend this recipe, but if you have a hand mixer that could work for this recipe, you just would need to mix it a bit longer then you would with the stand mixer. , Thank you Anne-Marie, team and readers for sharing your knowledge and recipes with the world! =), Your shelf life for the whipped shea butter is going to be a minimum of six month, if not a full year. . I’ve been using it on my elbows and feet and totally love it! Could I use cocoa butter instead of Shea? Enter your email address below and you will receive all our new posts directly in your email inbox. If you don’t want it to melt, you can always refrigerate it (or keep it in a super cool place) to keep it from totally melting. I would use just a touch of LabColor for your colorant. I prefer raw shea butter in soap. For some reason this recipe doesn’t feel greasy. Because The butters I have are hard… Sorry I’m an amateur. (i’m in Illinois.). You say ‘completely melted’ so I assume solid. Thanks for sharing. How much to charge is what I need to know for a 8oz jar. Other than the consistency, is there anything else we should know about the difference in the oils before we waste our small amount of ingredients. The creamy whipped shea butter recipe: Ingredients: 4 oz UNrefined shea butter I have some Sugar Cookie fragrance that I got for making candles, can I use that in this recipe? Sometimes the shea heats up in transit and that can make it a little grainy. I love whipped shea butter and wouldn't have thought it was so easy but I gotta admit, I'm cringing a little at the thought of using that beautiful, limited edition Kitchenaid NOT for delicious (edible) treats! I can’t wait to try this, and thanks so much for writing back so quickly! Or is it just added as is? I don’t have a scale and I really need to invest in one and soon. Should I mix it more? Going to try without heating it tomorrow and see how it comes out! Hi Anne-Marie, I now know better and will definitely amend the recipe. :o( The Kitchenaid stand mixer would make my kitchen look so much sexier!! horror). https://bellatory.com/hygiene-grooming/Five-shea-butter-soap-recipes I just made this recipe but did not heat up the coconut oil before whipping it into the shea butter. So, to properly label this would the ingredients be listed like this? Do I need to use a fragrance? Can I use that instead of coconut?Thanks Betty. It’s very nourishing and I absolutely adore the batch that I made, and I use it all the time! After that cupcake post, this looks delicious! Soap and Candles are SO different to make that right now, nothing is coming to mind so more info about the recipes would be helpful =), https://www.brambleberry.com/Shea-Butter-P3220.aspx. Never mix cold process soap equipment and kitchen equipment as lye can seriously burn or hurt you if accidentally ingested. =). Can you use another oil instead of coconut? Prices range from AUD$649 to roughly $800 EACH. It's all I've been using for my face, hands and body for almost a year now. So glad this worked out for you! Anne-MarieThanks for answering my question regarding the glycerin. Smells so soft.. Like a baby’s fragrance. There are so many wonderful variations that you go do with this type of recipe! Awesome, thank you! OMG. You can use the same amount with Synergy Blends as the recipe calls for with fragrance oil. All you need is oil-soluble colorants! The cocoa butter is too hard at room temperature, but it whips in nicely when it's melted and doesn't harden the cream up at all. 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