Chai Latte Lanolin Butter 3

Yesterday, I promised the perfect recipe for healing worn and weathered skin. I rediscovered this recipe when I was digging through all of my lotions, creams and butters. I thought, “Oh, how wonderful would it be it was scented with my new Chai Latte Blend.” I had no idea how yummy this would really be. The lanolin adds a creamy buttery scent to this blend. It is truly to die for! Soft skin, here we come!

Collect needed items:

Shea Butter, Refined
Colorless Jojoba Oil
Vitamin E Acetate
Liquid Glycerin, Vegetable Derived
Conditioning Emulsifier
Chai Latte Blend
Microwave safe container for weighing ingredients
Transfer Pipettes
Containers for the finished products (I will be using 20 ml lip balm jars.)

Recipe: (Makes 8 fl oz)

Recipe in grams for 8 fl oz
112 grams Lanolin
56 grams Shea Butter, Refined
31 grams Colorless Jojoba Oil
5 grams Vitamin E Acetate
50 grams Liquid Glycerin
5 grams Conditioning Emulsifier
25 drops Chai Latte Blend
Recipe in ounces for 8 fl oz
3.95 ounces Lanolin
1.98 ounces Shea Butter, Refined
1.09 ounces Colorless Jojoba Oil
0.18 ounces Vitamin E Acetate
1.76 ounces Liquid Glycerin
0.18 ounces Conditioning Emulsifier
25 drops Chai Latte Blend
Recipe in Percentages
43% Lanolin
21% Shea Butter, Refined
12% Colorless Jojoba Oil
2% Vitamin E Acetate
19% Liquid Glycerin
2% Conditioning Emulsifier
1% Chai Latte Blend

Weigh all ingredients except the Chai Latte Blend into the microwave safe container. Microwave using short bursts of time. Stir after each burst to help melt the Lanolin without making the temperatures too hot. It took my batch a total of 2 minutes in the microwave with stirring every 45 seconds or so. Stir until all of the  ingredients have been mixed together thoroughly. Add the Chai Latte Blend and stir until the mixture has cooled sufficiently to pour into your desired containers.

If your Lanolin is very stiff and hard to get out of the container, feel free to microwave it for about 30 to 45 seconds to warm the Lanolin enough to scoop it easily.

I would recommend that you put this butter into a jar. It is really hard to get out of bottle.

You can also find this recipe in our Recipes Section in the Lotions, Creams & Other Things Section under Tina’s Lanolin Butter.


Cooled Butter on my finger

Cooled Butter in Jar

Filled Jars

Oils ready to melt

Adding Fragrance

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About Taylor

I'm a twenty something happy, animal loving, curious experimenter. I love reaching back into history and trying old recipes for cosmetics or foods. I'm constantly asking "Why?" My curiosity has me trying new things. I love taking walks with my dog as well as staying at home to cuddle with the dog and my cats. Some of my favorite scents include Hinoki Wood, Rose Garden, Jasmine and Gladiator.

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3 thoughts on “Chai Latte Lanolin Butter

  • bjones

    How would do you think this would do in the big balm tubes? Is it hard enough?


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  • Taylor Post author

    It is not hard enough to put into tubes. I have seen it in bottles but it is really hard to get out.
    This product is best in jars.


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  • manorisms

    Hi Taylor,
    I have truly enjoyed making this recipe. Works wonders! I have made it with a Conditioning Emulsifier NF and I’ve made it with BTMS. Is it my imagination – or could it be a little looser in consistency with the BTMS?
    I am also wanting to make it completely organic…is there an organic Conditioning Emulsifer?
    Thank you for your help!

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