LiveLoveManja LOVES DesignObsessions Body Butter DIY: Real Food. Real Life.
Jessica Espinoza contributes to DesignObsessions blog. In the latest blog post and photos featured above, Espinoza instructs us in lucious DIY body butter creations. Three recipes are highlighted in the post, savory combinations such as Sweet Citrus Vanilla and White Chocolate Peppermint.
The best part about creating body butter (DIY)? As a person with food allergies, you have ultimate control over which products, which brands, and which labels you choose to use when you are the one creating the product.
The DIY project is ideal for gifting loved ones and colleagues with food allergies. The DIY aspect also allows for custimization and personalization when creating the gift - a gift from the heart. Put your own spin on packaging and wrapping to really make it sparkle.
For the Sweet Citrus Vanilla Body Butter Recipe go here
1/4 cup kokum butter 1/4 cup coconut oil (you could use virgin or refined) 1/8 cup jojoba oil 1 tsp. red raspberry seed oil 25-30 drops of vanilla essential oil 15 drops of sweet orange essential oil 15 drops of tangerine essential oil 10 drops lemon essential oil.
For the White Chocolate Peppermint Body Butter Recipe go here
White Chocolate Peppermint Body Butter Ingredients 1/4 cup cocoa butter 1/4 cup coconut oil (you could use virgin or refined) 1/8 cup avocado oil 1 tsp. red raspberry seed oil 10-15 drops of peppermint essential oil .
DIY Body Butter is not limited to the holiday season alone. As a person living with food allergies it can be a difficult, dangerous, and tiring process - finding a beauty regimen, products, labels, and brands that work for your specific allergy needs and skin type. DIY allows for more control over ingredients and cross processing notes. As the chief selector and assembler of the product as well as the packaging - DIY allows people with food allergies to custom create and curate products that work better for their specific needs. Yes, a relaxed and luxurious life with food allergies is still possible.