Oh My Butter! An Exciting Challenge for Soft Skin 4

Last October, I ran a 10-day Soft Skin Challenge, and I was asked for a different recipe without Lanolin. After making my test batches, losing and finding the recipe not twice, but three times, I finally got a chance to get into the blog kitchen to make this exciting recipe with you.

Finished tins of Oh My Butter!

Finished tins of Oh My Butter!

I picked a few ingredients that are noted for aiding skin rejuvenation and repair. This luxurious butter will feel great on your dry, scaly skin without feeling extremely greasy. I quickly used my tester tin, and I was very pleased with my smooth skin.

Application Notes: This is not going to be a creamy and easy-to-apply lotion or cream. This is a solid, stick-like butter that will need a combination of body heat and friction to be applied.

Ready for the recipe? I’m excited to share it with you!



Yellow Beeswax Beads
Green Tea Butter
Avocado Butter
Aloe Butter
Golden Jojoba
Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
Cranberry Seed Oil
Avocado Oil
Shea Oil, Liquid
High Lycopene Oil
Green Tea Extract


Microwave Safe Container
Containers for the finished products (I used the 0.75 oz Screw Top Tins.)


(Makes 6 oz and fills 8 of the 0.75 oz tins )

18% Yellow Beeswax Beads
15% Green Tea Butter
15% Avocado Butter
12% Aloe Butter
8% Golden Jojoba
8% Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
8% Cranberry Seed Oil
5% Avocado Oil
5% Shea Oil, Liquid
5% High Lycopene Oil
1% Green Tea Extract

Recipe in Grams
30.6 grams Yellow Beeswax Beads
25.5 grams Green Tea Butter
25.5 grams Avocado Butter
20.4 grams Aloe Butter
13.6 grams Golden Jojoba
13.6 grams Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
13.6 grams Cranberry Seed Oil
8.5 grams Avocado Oil
8.5 grams Shea Oil, Liquid
8.5 grams High Lycopene Oil
1.7 grams Green Tea Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.08 ounces Yellow Beeswax Beads
0.9 ounces Green Tea Butter
0.9 ounces Avocado Butter
0.72 ounces Aloe Butter
0.48 ounces Golden Jojoba
0.48 ounces Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
0.48 ounces Cranberry Seed Oil
0.3 ounces Avocado Oil
0.3 ounces Shea Oil, Liquid
0.3 ounces High Lycopene Oil
0.06 ounces Green Tea Extract

Weigh all ingredients except the High Lycopene Oil and Green Tea Extract into the microwave safe container. Microwave using short bursts of time. Stir after each burst to help melt the Beeswax without making the temperatures too hot.

Beginning to weigh the ingredients.

Beginning to weigh the ingredients.

Weighing the ingredients.

Weighing the ingredients.

It took my batch about 3 minutes in the microwave with stirring every 45 seconds or so. Add the High Lycopene Oil and Green Tea Extract and stir until completely mixed. Pour your mixture into tins or jars and allow to cool. Cap, label and enjoy!

Completely melted ingredients.

Completely melted ingredients.

Pouring the mixture into the tins.

Pouring the mixture into the tins.


I would recommend that you put this butter into a jar or tins. It will be next to impossible to get out of bottles!

I hope you enjoy this recipe and let me know what you think!


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About Andee

Director of Happiness. I'm a thirty-something soap snob. I've grown up with handmade soaps, and I love them! I really like making lotions, soaps, and perfumes. I adore mixing scents to come up with something new. My favorite scent is either Wicked or Cotton Candy. I tend to hoard fragrances, I even have an Earl Grey Tea from the MMS catalog. I won't tell you how old it is, but it sure is good!

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4 thoughts on “Oh My Butter! An Exciting Challenge for Soft Skin

  • Joli Winer

    I’ve never used some of those odd butters-green tea, avocado or aloe I’m wondering if on my labels I need to add all of those extra ingredients–they had coconut oil, soybean oil, almond oil. Do those butters come with ingredient labels. This sounds like an incredible product–I can’t wait to make it. I just ordered what I didn’t have–which surprisingly was quite a few items. Thanks so much.

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    • Tina

      Each of these oils does have an INCI name for the addition. If you use the percentages from the SDS and combine it with all the ingredients you can list single entries (such as soybean oil) but if working out the percentages is not your thing then just use the INCI name in order of greatest quantity listed first. I am sure you will love these butters!

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  • Dconner62

    You mentioned they needed heat and friction to be applied. Would you recommend using the deodorant push-up containers for this or tins? Is this a softer consistency than a lotion bar or similar?

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    • Andee Post author

      This could be poured into tubes or push up containers and would work beautifully! It’s a nice lotion bar consistency.

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