Published On: Thu, Jan 2nd, 2020

How to Make a Natural Rose Body Butter

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Our skin is the largest organ on the human body. It acts as our first line of defence between us and the outside world. What is the best way to take care of our skin? One way is by making our own natural skin care products. Most skin care products are quick to make, cost effective and a lot of fun to do. By learning how to make your own skin care products you maintain total control over what goes into the product while creating a fun and soothing skin treatment.

The Healing Qualities of Shea Butter

Shea butter has been used in Africa for centuries for a wide range of different uses. It is extracted from the seed of the African Shea Tree. It’s anti-inflammatory properties makes it excellent in the treatment of scars, eczema, burns, rashes, dry skin, chapped lips, stretch marks, and even wrinkles. Shea butter’s hydrating properties works to relieve tension in the faces skin.

The Healing Qualities of Wild Roses

Wild Rose (Rosa spp.) has been used for centuries as an effective aid in treating skin and health problems. As a skin care it can be prepared in a number of different ways and is good for all types of skin. It is especially beneficial for dry, sensitive and aging skin. It helps to tone and moisturize the skin while giving a relaxing effect on the nerves.

How to Make a Natural Rose and Shea Body Butter

One very effective skin care product is made by combining Shea butter with Wild Rose Oil. You get a very effective skin care product that can double as a healing agent. Use it as an all over body moisturizer and to help treat dry, chapped and sore skin. Infuse Wild Rose flowers in a good quality extra virgin olive oil or sweet almond oil for six weeks.

Tools needed:

How to Make a Natural Rose Body Butter

Double boiler, rubber spatula, sterilized pin, Mixer and mixing bowl (I prefer to use a mix master, but a hand held is fine to use), a spoon or wooden chopstick, teaspoons, 1 sterilized ½ cup (100 ml) jar, label and marker.


7 tsp Shea butter
12 tsp Wild Rose infused oil
4 tsp grated beeswax
1 Vitamin E capsule (400 UI)
5-10 drops of essential oil (optional)

Make sure your work space and equipment is clean and sterilized. Measure the Shea butter, infused oil and beeswax into the double boiler. Place on medium heat and let melt. The beeswax will be the last to melt. Remove from heat after the Shea butter has melted to prevent the Shea butter from overheating and becoming grainy in the finished product. Gently using the wooden chopstick/spoon stir the mixture until the beeswax has finished melting.

Do not leave the mixture on the stove unattended or try to heat this in a regular pot directly on the stove as Shea butter is flammable and can cause a fire

Gently pour the hot mixture into the mixing bowl and place into the freezer for 3-5 minutes. Do not let it freeze, only cool to almost set. Remove and begin mixing with the mixer or hand held for 10-15 minutes. Use the rubber spatula to scrap the sides. Place back into the freezer for another 3-5 minutes. Resume beating and using a pin pop a hole in Vitamin E capsule and squeeze contents into mixture and add essential oils if you have chosen to use them.

Continue to beat until mixture forms soft peaks. Put the mixture into your sterilized jar and place in the fridge to finish setting. After a few hours you can take it out and use it. It won’t have to be stored in the fridge after this point. Label and date your jar of body butter. This Rose Body Butter should be good for six months.

Natural body butters are an excellent way to take care of your skin in a safe and natural way. Experiment with different infused oils and essential oils to make your own ‘signature’ body butter.

About the Author

- I am an internet marketing expert with an experience of 8 years.My hobbies are SEO,Content services and reading ebooks.I am founder of SRJ News andTech Preview.

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