Class Demonstration of Bottoms Up recipe 4

We just had a super fun class and made the Bottoms Up Day 5 recipe that Joy showed us on the blog.

This was fun to make and everyone really enjoyed measuring out the ingredients to create a great product. I know that I, and most of the class, don’t have young children to use this as a bottom ointment, but we all agreed we will be using this great stuff on our feet bottoms, nail bottoms, hand tops, and any sides – top or bottom – that need that extra moisturizing.

Here is the recipe we followed.

Bottoms Up
32 grams High Melt-Point Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
10 grams Soy Wax
8 grams Cherry Oil
5 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
2 grams Black Currant Oil
1 gram Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
8 grams Calendula Extract
2 grams Orchid Extract
2 grams Chamomile Extract
Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces.

This recipe came out a beautiful orange color and we filled 1 oz containers and labeled!

Thanks for playing class with me!


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4 thoughts on “Class Demonstration of Bottoms Up recipe

  • Amy

    Looks great! I love the color. I use a lot of balms this time of year–nothing commercially made even comes close, does it?

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  • Carolyn in Salt Lake City

    Thanks for a fun class, Tonya. I love my “Bottoms Up” and had a really fun time. How lucky some of us are, who are close enough to drive to your events!

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