For this whipped body butter, I will use the thyme-infused oil that I made before. You can see the recipe at How to Make Thyme Infused Oil at Home?
Also, I will use Shea Butter and Coconut Oil. Both of these have already been proven to maintain skin health, the thyme only complements and enhances this positive effect. The thyme-infused oil has a calming effect on the skin, and it reduces irritation and redness. Shea Butter and Coconut Oil soften it.
It is intended to apply it after showering. I’m using it all the time for everything, like face, hands, dry skin if I had a rash or any other problem with the skin and it’s awesome. It is a very easy recipe and you have to try it.
Of course, you need to be careful about allergies. Apply on a small area of the palm and wait 24 hours. If redness and itching do not appear you are good to go. Or if you are not sure, consult a health provider.
You can use it for daily care. It gives the necessary moisture and softness to the skin and most importantly, there are no artificial additives used by pharmaceutical companies, which are as good as they are harmful because the liver still has to clean them.
For better scent, you can use essential oil. I didn’t have any at the moment and that’s why it is not included in the recipe’s video.
I previously infused the thyme in olive oil, but you can do it with sunflower oil too. Actually, the sunflower oil makes the body butter to be more easily absorbed and less greasy. For olive oil, that takes a bit longer.
You will need a hand mixer, bowl, and pan so get them and let’s start with preparing it.