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Whipped Body Butter Recipe

By: Kelly from A Side of Sweet
Whipped Body Butter Recipe
Whipped Body Butter Recipe
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We all want silky smooth skin, but nobody wants to pay the price tag for it. The good news is that you don't have to. This Whipped Body Butter Recipe yields a spa-quality body lotion that will keep you from ever paying for a skin treatment again. Heaven knows with all the other costs of the wedding, you don't need to be racking up the bill with beauty expenses. Why not go a step further and use this body butter recipe to make bridal party gifts? Your guests will adore the little mason jars their new lotion comes in.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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This is a terrific idea! I have made some before but like another pistes said, I never whipped it. Now I want to try it. These would make great gifts for my brides maids. This is Florida so yes, keep it in the fridge. I like to use sandal wood scent, it's very fresh and clean, not heavy.

This sounds fantastic. I hate the feel of heavy lotions and creams. I imagine this would feel so luxurious!

I love this whipped body butter recipe. I have been making it for years now but never thought of whipping it. Whipping it would make it so creamy and light. In the hot summer I keep mine in the refrigerator witch feels nice. I also don't use almond oil, I use Lavender oil. I'm sure any essential oil will work. Thank you for this free recipe


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