Hydrating Body Butter Sticks Projecthttps://www.brambleberry.com/in-the-studio/projects/body-care/hydrating-body-butter-sticks-project/PS000031.html
If your skin is extremely dry, lotion bars work wonders. These body butter sticks are made with a combination of nourishing avocado butter, sweet almond oil, and oat oil. White beeswax helps them harden and protects the skin. They're lightly scented with Cashmere Fragrance Oil. With notes of white magnolia and violet, it’s perfect for leave-on products.
The balm is poured into twist tubes. They’re easy to use – first ensure the clear cap at the top is in place, then secure it by twisting on the top firmly. Flip the tube over and pour the mixture into the hole in the bottom. Allow to cool, and then secure the bottom with the base.
Allow the body butter to cool and harden for several hours or up to overnight before removing the clear cap. If it’s removed too early, it could stick. When you’re ready to use, twist up the body butter and apply to dry skin.
- Skill Level: Beginner
- Time to Complete: 30 minutes
- Kit Yields: 10 twist tubes
Hydrating Body Butter Sticks Project
This recipe is made with a combination of nourishing avocado butter, sweet almond oil, and oat oil.
About 10 Twist Tubes (white or black)
3.5 oz. Avocado Butter
3 oz. White Beeswax
2.5 oz. Sweet Almond Oil
1 oz. Oat Oil
0.2 oz. Cashmere Fragrance Oil
In a heat-safe container, add 1 ounce of oat oil, 3.5 ounces of avocado butter, 3 ounces of white beeswax, and 2.5 ounces of sweet almond oil. Place the container in the microwave and melt using 30-60 second bursts. Use caution when removing the container from the microwave – it will be hot.
Add 0.2 ounces of Cashmere Fragrance Oil and use a spoon to thoroughly stir.
Make sure the clear cap is on the tube and screw the top securely. Flip over, then pull off the base cap and pour in the mixture.
Tip: If you overfill the twist tubes, you can use a dropper to remove the excess oil.
Allow the product to fully set, then press the base cap in securely and enjoy.
Photographer: Amanda Kerzman
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