Homemade Winter Body Balm Recipe

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This homemade winter body balm recipe contains ingredients that work together to help promote healing for damaged skin while also locking in much needed moisture. The end product of this winter body balm recipe makes wonderful homemade gifts for anyone who suffers from persistent skin conditions.

This homemade winter body balm recipe contains ingredients that work together to help promote healing for damaged skin while also locking in much needed moisture. The end product of this winter body balm recipe makes wonderful homemade gifts for anyone who suffers from persistent skin conditions.

It’s also appreciated by anyone who washes their hands continuously throughout the day such as hair dressers, crafters and teachers who work with children. Check out my homemade winter body balm recipe below to learn how to make it. You’ll also find a tutorial for creating your own homemade labels after the recipe.

This homemade winter body balm recipe contains ingredients that work together to help promote healing for damaged skin while also locking in much needed moisture. The end product of this winter body balm recipe makes wonderful homemade gifts for anyone who suffers from persistent skin conditions.

Homemade Winter Body Balm Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

1 oz. beeswax
.5 oz. traditional emulsifying wax
1 oz. mango butter
1 oz. coconut oil (76° melt point)
.5 oz. lanolin
.5 oz. 100% neem oil
.5 oz. carrier oil (liquid at room temp)
2 mL (approx. 40 drops) rosewood natural essential oil blend

Instructions:

Using a digital scale, begin by weighing out the waxes and mango butter in a glass Pyrex measuring cup. Then heat in the microwave at 50% power until the waxes and butter have melted completely. (Alternately you can use a double boiler.)

Next, weigh out the coconut oil and lanolin. Stir into the melted wax and butter mixture until these ingredients have liquified completely. (If you are allergic to coconut oil you may substitute the coconut oil with shea butter.)

Now weigh out the neem oil – learn more about neem oil here – and your carrier oil and mix into your previously melted ingredients. (I used my homemade chamomile infused olive oil as my carrier oil. A calendula infused carrier would be equally nice. However, it’s not necessary to use an infused oil. you can simply use any carrier oil you prefer as long as it’s liquid at room temperature. Good options include hemp seed oil, olive oil, rosehip seed oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil, sweet almond oil or avocado oil.)

Finally, using a graduated transfer pipette, measure out the rosewood essential oil blend and stir into the winter body balm recipe ingredients. Stir to combine thoroughly. (Pure rosewood essential oil is terribly expensive as rosewood is endangered. A rosewood essential oil blend – which is a combination of essential oils that are blended to smell like rosewood – makes a nice alternative and will completely cover the smell of the neem oil without being overpowering. Alternately, you can use any other skin safe essential oil of your choice.)

Now simply pour your completed healing winter body balm into containers of your choice and allow the product to fully solidify before placing the lid onto your container.

I chose to use eco-friendly 1/2 ounce brown paperboard jars from SKS Bottle & Packaging as my winter body balm containers. (This winter body balm recipe will yield ten .5 oz. jars.) Alternately you can also use any other container(s) of choice. A 4 oz. Ball jelly mason jar from the grocery store – like the ones I used for my homemade cranberry body butter recipe – also works great for this particular product.

This winter body balm recipe yields 5 oz. of product. To determine how many containers you’ll need based on your container choice, simply divide 5 by the number of ounces your containers hold.

Create labels for your natural skin care products.

To create the labels for my winter body balm containers, I purchased Winter Snowflake Clipart from Lilmade Design on Etsy. (She offers several lovely variations of snowflake designs that you can choose from that work perfectly for the lids of round containers including her Nordic Snowflake Clipart and Snowflake Galore Clipart.)

I used OpenOffice to create my labels using the clipart from Lilmade Design. I use OpenOffice as it’s a free open source program similar to Word. However, you can also use Microsoft Word if that option is available to you.

How to create custom labels for your healing winter body balm recipe.

To create your own sheet of custom labels begin by creating a new text document in OpenOffice. Now format your page with three columns by clicking on Format > Columns.

As I was using 1/2 ounce jars with a diameter of just over 1.25″ I increased the spacing to 1.60″ which made the width of my column the size I needed (1.24″) to fit onto my lids. Now hit OK. (Adjust this as necessary based on the diameter of your own container lids.)

How to create custom labels.

Next you’ll simply import your image(s) by clicking on Insert > Picture > From File. Choose the image you’d like to use and click OK.

Creating custom labels.

Your image will appear on the page in the size needed without you having to rescale the image size. With the image selected – you’ll see the green boxes around the image – hit COMMAND C (on Mac) or CTRL C (on Windows) to copy the image.  Now click just below the image and hit the enter bar. Then hit hit COMMAND V (on Mac) or CTRL V (on Windows) to paste the image again below the first one. Repeat this until you have the number of images needed for your containers.

Finally, print out your page of labels you just created onto a full label sheet -I get mine for a great bulk price from World Label – then cut them out and adhere to the lids of your containers. (You can find other easy to follow instructions for creating your own custom labels on my tutorials for making homemade chocolate body butterscustom wedding soap favors and DIY mix tape soap favors.)

This homemade chamomile balm recipe is divine. Scented with cocoa, ginger and espresso and packaged in eco-friendly paperboard jars, these make great gifts!

If you like my healing winter body balm recipe, then you may also enjoy my homemade chamomile balm recipe.

Also be sure to follow me on Pinterest to discover more of my own homemade bath, body and beauty recipes you can make for your family or as homemade gifts as well as some of my favorite beauty recipes from around the web. You can also find and follow me via Blog Lovin’ and TumblrFacebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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Homemade Chocolate Orange Body Butter Recipe

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This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

 

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does this luxurious homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe smell great, but it’s non-greasy and helps to protect your skin from the elements and repeated hand washings!

Looking for a fantastic homemade gift idea? Try out this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe and matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a decadent homemade Christmas gift set!

Pair this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe with my matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers this holiday season! (I’ll even tell you how to create your own orange slice border labels!)

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

Homemade Chocolate Orange Body Butter Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

5 oz. shea butter
.75 oz. cocoa butter
.5 oz. emulsifying wax
.5 oz. hemp seed oil
.25 oz. lanolin
.25 oz. white kaolin (cosmetic) clay
.25 oz. unsweetened baking cocoa powder
4.5 mL cocoa absolute
.15 oz. Orange Peel Cybilla fragrance oil
1 mL rosemary extract (antioxidant)

Instructions:

Begin by using a digital scale to weigh out the shea butter, cocoa butter and emulsifying wax. Heat in a double boiler or in the microwave at 50% power until melted in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup. Remove from heat.

Weigh out the lanolin then stir into the the butters wax until it melts completely.

Next, weigh out both the clay and cocoa powder, and whisk into the melted body butter ingredients until they are evenly distributed and there are no more clumps.

Now weigh out the hemp seed oil and stir into the body butter mixture. (If you prefer not to use hemp seed oil – I love this oil as it’s a super nourishing dry oil – you can substitute your own favorite carrier oil that’s liquid at room temperature.)

Follow with the orange peel fragrance oil, weighing out the amount needed then mixing it into the body butter as well. (If you prefer an all natural chocolate orange body butter recipe you can substitute the orange peel fragrance oil with .1 oz. of sweet orange essential oil.)

Finally, using a graduated transfer pipette, measure out the cocoa absolute and the rosemary extract and thoroughly mix into the body butter.

Now place the body butter in the refrigerator until it reaches an even goopey consistency throughout. Mix the body butter again – the cocoa and cocoa absolute will have separated and sunk towards the bottom – then pour into your containers.

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe will fill two 4 oz. containers. (Each container will have about 3.8 oz. by weight of product.) I used the eco-friendly 4 oz. paperboard jars from SKS Bottle & Packaging for these body butters.

Allow your body butter to fully solidify – this can take 24-48 hours depending on the temperature in your home, then place the lid on each body butter and label as desired for gifting or personal use.

This homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but it's also non-greasy! Pair it with my matching chocolate orange body scrub recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

You can make simple labels for the lids using free online clipart. I found this orange border clipart at Mein Lila Park blog here.

How to make labels for your homemade body butter!

To make the labels I downloaded the free digital orange doodle border png to my computer. I then created a new text document in OpenOffice and formatted the page layout to landscape (Format > Page > Landscape > OK) with default borders. Next I imported the image to the page. (Insert > Picture > From File > Choose file location from your computer) I did not need to scale the image – it works perfectly at the size it is!

I then imported the image again and positioned it to the right of the first one so that the images that overlapped lined up evenly and there were eight orange slices in the row.

Hit enter after the images then repeat for the number of labels that you need.

Now simply print your orange slice border labels onto full size label sheets – I got mine from WorldLabel – then cut them out and wrap them around each lid. That’s it! (For more on how to create your own custom labels, be sure to check out my step by step photo tutorial here.)

(Psst. If you’re looking for clipart you can purchase I am also crushing on this clipart collection of aromatic flowers and fruits and these blank watercolor fruits circle labels.)

This homemade chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe is made with real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not only does it smells great but but it's also fabulous paired with my matching non-greasy chocolate orange body butter recipe for a fantastic homemade gift set perfect for bath and body lovers!

To make it a sugar scrub:

It’s super easy to now make your own homemade chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe. If you want a matching chocolate orange body butter and chocolate orange sugar scrub, simply fill one 4 oz. container with your body butter created from the chocolate orange body butter recipe once it’s reached the goopey stage. With the remaining body butter, add 8 oz. of white granulated sugar by weight and mix well.

Looking for a fantastic homemade gift idea? Try out this homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe and matching chocolate orange sugar scrub recipe for a decadent homemade Christmas gift set!

Once the chocolate orange sugar scrub has solidified, fluff with a fork to unpack the scrub for ease of use. Then fill the containers of your choice with the sugar scrub – either four 4 oz. containers, two 8 oz. containers or one 16 oz. container.

To make the entire batch of body butter into a scrub, add 16 oz. of white granulated sugar. It’s as easy as that!

This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed. These make wonderful homemade Christmas gifts.

If you like my homemade chocolate orange body butter recipe – and chocolate orange sugar scrub! – then you may also enjoy my cinnamon sugar non-greasy body butter recipe, my vanilla & fig homemade non-greasy body butter recipe, my DIY lemon verbena candle and body butter gift set and my non-greasy lavender body butter recipe. Or even my cranberry chutney solid lotion bar recipe made with cocoa and mango butters and Manuka honey!

I also have homemade sugar scrub recipes for making you own homemade body scrub recipe with neem oil for acne prone skin, pink grapefruit and poppyseed sugar scrub recipe, orange and coconut face scrub recipe, anti-aging natural emulsified sugar scrub recipe, homemade pumpkin sugar scrub recipe, chocolate cake scented creamy sugar scrub recipe, raspberry lemonade sugar scrub recipe, natural creamy lemon poppyseed sugar scrub recipe, homemade peppermint foaming sugar scrub recipe, and a fall spice sugar scrub recipe.

For more of my homemade bath and body recipes as well as favorites from around the web, be sure to check out and follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. If you’re looking more homemade Christmas gift ideas, you’ll also enjoy my Christmas gift idea boards on PinterestUnique DIY Christmas Gift Ideas and DIY Stocking Stuffer Sized Christmas Gifts. You can also find and follow me via Blog Lovin’ and TumblrFacebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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Cinnamon Sugar Homemade Non-Greasy Body Butter Recipe

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Homemade Christmas Gift Idea! Make this amazing cinnamon sugar scented body butter recipe for DIY gifts this holiday season! This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom fragrance notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed.

This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe is simply perfect for the holiday season! Made from a combination of three natural butters and pumpkin seed oil, the rich moisturizing formula of this homemade non-greasy body butter recipe creates a product that melts into skin on contact. Once absorbed, this cinnamon sugar scented body butter will leave skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple – not greasy – with a warm cinnamon scent.

These cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butters make wonderful homemade Christmas gifts. Plus I’ve included free printable labels for your body butters to make gifting your homemade creations even easier.

Homemade Christmas Gift Idea! Make this amazing cinnamon sugar scented body butter recipe for DIY gifts this holiday season! This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom fragrance notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed.

Cinnamon Sugar Homemade Non-Greasy Body Butter Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

5 oz. shea butter
.5 oz. mango butter
.3 oz. cocoa butter
.3 oz. emulsifying wax
.5 oz. pumpkin seed oil
.3 oz. white kaolin (cosmetic) clay
.3 oz. lanolin
.15 oz. cinnamon sugar fragrance oil
1 mL rosemary extract

Instructions:

Using a digital scale, begin by weighing out the shea, mango and cocoa butters and the emulsifying wax. Heat until melted in a double boiler or at 50% power in the microwave. Remove from heat.

Weigh out the lanolin and pumpkin seed oil and stir into the melted butter and wax mixture until the lanolin has dissolved completely. (Lanolin is wonderful for locking in moisture while still allowing skin to breathe! It’s great for anyone who has dry or chapped skin or washes their hands repeatedly throughout the day.)

Weigh out the clay and whisk into the melted body butter ingredients until it’s thoroughly distributed and there are no clumps.

Now weigh out the fragrance oil and stir into the body butter. (This fragrance oil is a blend of vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom! For a more complex fragrance you can also blend this fragrance oil with apple, vanilla and patchouli. Or simply use your own favorite fragrance oil. If you prefer an all natural body butter, you can either omit the fragrance oil entirely or instead use 2 grams by weight of essential oil.)

Finally, using a graduated transfer pipette, measure out the rosemary extract and stir. (Pumpkin seed oil – while super nourishing for skin – tends to have a shorter shelf life than some of the other carrier oils. As rosemary extract is an antioxidant, like vitamin E, it can help to extend the shelf life of the pumpkin seed oil. Alternately you can use vitamin E oil in place of the rosemary extract. Or you can also substitute your favorite “liquid at room temperature” carrier oil for the pumpkin seed oil.)

Yes, you can make this a whipped body butter!

Place the mixture in the fridge in the fridge until it becomes evenly “goopy” looking throughout. If you’d like a whipped body butter, you should whip the body butter at this point. Otherwise, mix again then pour into your containers.

I used the eco-friendly 4 oz. paperboard jars from SKS Bottle & Packaging for my body butter. This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe will fill two of the 4 oz. jars with 3.5 oz. of product by weight.

Once the body butter has fully solidified – this may take a full 24 to 48 hours depending on the temperature of your home – you can place the lids onto the jars.

This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom fragrance notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed. These make wonderful homemade Christmas gifts.

If desired, you can print out my cinnamon sugar body butter labels here onto a full sheet label, cut them out, then apply them to the lids of your jars. (WorldLabel has great prices on bulk labels.)

To use, simply scoop out a small amount – a little goes a long way! – and massage into skin. This absorbs rather quickly assuming you don’t use too much product. Once absorbed you’ll have no greasy feeling and, more importantly, you won’t be leaving little grease prints on everything.

However, as the fragrance oil used for this cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe contains what I can only assume is cinnamon oil, this body butter does warm the skin slightly and therefore should not be used on sensitive areas of the body.

If you like my cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe, then you may also enjoy my vanilla & fig homemade non-greasy body butter recipe, my DIY lemon verbena candle and body butter gift set and my non-greasy lavender body butter recipe.

For more of my homemade bath and body recipes as well as favorites from around the web, be sure to check out and follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. If you’re looking more homemade Christmas gift ideas, you’ll also enjoy my Christmas gift idea boards on PinterestUnique DIY Christmas Gift Ideas and DIY Stocking Stuffer Sized Christmas Gifts. You can also find and follow me via Blog Lovin’ and TumblrFacebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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Vanilla & Fig Non-Greasy Body Butter Recipe

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This homemade vanilla fig scented non-greasy body butter recipe yields rich moisture with the natural skin protection of lanolin that doesn't feel greasy and absorbs quickly. Makes a lovely homemade gift idea.

This homemade vanilla fig scented non-greasy body butter recipe yields rich moisture with the natural skin protection of lanolin and healing vitamin E. You’ll love that this homemade body butter doesn’t feel greasy and absorbs quickly. It can be used on hands and feet or all over your body. Not only is it great for helping to combat the drying effects of winter but it also makes a thoughtful homemade Christmas gift idea. I’m making several of these to gift this Christmas.

This homemade vanilla fig scented non-greasy body butter recipe yields rich moisture with the natural skin protection of lanolin that doesn't feel greasy and absorbs quickly. Makes a lovely homemade gift idea paired with homemade soaps.

Vanilla & Fig Non-Greasy Body Butter Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

3 oz. refined shea butter
.25 oz. refined/deodorized cocoa butter
.2 oz. hemp seed oil
.1 oz. lanolin
.1 oz. Cyclomethicone
.05 oz. arrowroot powder
.1 oz. Vanilla Fig fragrance oil
1 ml vitamin E oil
1/8th teaspoon 24K gold mica or similar, optional for color

Instructions:

You’ll begin by using a digital kitchen scale to weigh out the shea and cocoa butters. Combine in a large glass Pyrex measuring cup and heat at reduced power until fully melted.

Weigh out the arrowroot powder and stir into the butters until it has dissolved.

Now weigh out the lanolin and stir into the melted butters until it has liquified.

Next weigh out and stir in the hemp seed oil, Cyclomethicone and fragrance oil. Follow with the vitamin E oil using a graduated plastic pipette to measure out the vitamin E. Finally, use a measuring spoon to measure out the mica if desired and stir in. Mix well.

This non-greasy body butter recipe will take a while to harden up. You can speed this up by placing it in the fridge. Just when it starts to thicken but is still pourable remix the body butter to evenly distribute the mica as it can settle to the bottom. You can use a stick blender if needed. Then pour into a 4 oz. container of your choice. I used a small 4 oz. Ball canning jar. You can easily find these at local grocery stores as well as big box stores.

To use simply scoop out a small amount and rub onto skin as desired. Keep in mind that less is more. A little goes a long way and using too much will take the product longer to absorb.

If you like this recipe also be sure to try my homemade cranberry non-greasy body butter recipe as well as my dry oil body spray recipe. If you’d like to make the homemade honeycomb soap recipe pictured paired with this body butter you can find that recipe here.

For more homemade bath and body recipes be sure to visit Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen. You can also find more skin care recipes and homemade Christmas gift ideas by following my Pinterest boards. If you’d like to read more from Soap Deli News be sure to follow me on Tumblr, Blog Lovin’, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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Cold Process French Vanilla Homemade Soap Recipe

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DIY Cold Process French Vanilla Homemade Soap Recipe

This classic french vanilla homemade soap recipe combines creamy vanilla fragrance with hints of sugar and musk. Plus the addition of lanolin to this homemade cold process soap recipe makes this handmade soap not only feel extra luxurious in the bath, but it also makes it a great shaving soap by giving your razor that extra slip for a smooth shave.

You can “dress up” this vanilla homemade soap recipe with a touch of peppermint and a cream colored layer in the middle by setting aside about a fourth to one third of the soap after you’ve mixed the lye-water into the oils and it’s reached a light trace but BEFORE you add the fragrance oil.

After setting aside a portion of unscented soap, add the french vanilla fragrance oil to the soap in the pot and mix with your stick blender until you reach a medium trace. Pour half of this soap into your prepared mold.

Now add peppermint essential oil or fragrance oil to the soap you’ve set aside. If you reserved 1/3 of the soap add .35 oz. of peppermint essential oil or .9 oz. of peppermint fragrance oil. If you reserved 1/4 of the soap use .26 oz. of peppermint essential oil or .66 oz. of peppermint fragrance oil. Mix well with your stick blender to full trace then pour on top of the first layer of french vanilla soap you poured.

Now pour the remaining french vanilla soap into your soap mold on top of the previous two layers. Dust with pearl, silver, or white sparkle mica powder if desired then cover and set aside for 24 hours before unmolding and cutting your soaps.

To get this french vanilla homemade soap recipe check out the Wholesale Supplies Plus. October 2014 issue of Handmade Magazine here. You can find my homemade soap recipe on page 9.

Looking for more homemade cold process soap recipes?

For more of my homemade soap recipes visit Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen and also be sure to follow my DIY Bath and Body Board on Pinterest! Or check out my past submissions to Handmade Magazine: Bewitching Halloween Pigment Pots Recipe (September 2014), Natural Lavender Milk Soap Recipe (August 2014), Honey, Oatmeal & Banana Soap Recipe (July 2014), Stars Forever Homemade Soap Recipe (June 2014), DIY Sunburn Relief Rescue Soap Recipe (May 2014), Honeysuckle & Rose Homemade Soap Recipe for Mother’s Day (April 2014), Spring Inspired Bamboo Scented Homemade Soap Recipe (March 2014), Deodorizing Cedarwood & Baking Soda Homemade Soap Recipe for Men (February 2014), Silk & Rose Clay Heart Shaped Soap Recipe (January 2014), Handmade Eucalyptus & Tea Tree Soap Recipe for Men (December 2013), and my Frosted Cranberry Scented Coconut Milk Soap Recipe (November 2013.)

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