How To Make Natural Body Cream / Moisturizer, Ep38

Today I show you step by step how to make your own body cream– super simple, a great moisturizer and it smells heavenly!!!

You’ll LOVE it!!!

(the recipe is below).

To get the ingredients–> CLICK HERE

How To Make Natural Body Cream, Ep38

Cacao Grapefruit Body Cream

1/3 Cup Coconut Oil (Organic, Raw, Cold Pressed)

1/3 Cup Cacao Butter (Organic, Raw, Cold Pressed)

1 heaping Tbsp Shea Butter (Organic, Raw, Cold Pressed)

15 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil

Place all ingredients in a glass jar or bowl and either place in a dehydrator (at 105 degrees for an hour or so– until melted), or heat water in a pot on the stove (not boiling, but hot), place ingredients in a tall glass jar and place jar in shallow water until oil has melted. Then place the glass jar with melted oil in the refrigerator for an hour until contents are solid. Remove from refrigerator and put a lid on jar. Cream is ready to use!!

To get the ingredients–> CLICK HERE


Today’s Food:

1 Cup green juice (spinach, cucumber, celery, apple, strawberries)

Cauliflower & Guacomole (avocado, cilantro, tomato, onion, garlic, lemon, cumin, cayanne, celtic sea salt)

3 Cups cherries

Mesquite & Cacao w/raspberries, blueberries, strawberries


Today’s Exercise:

2.5 hours bike riding

18 thoughts on “How To Make Natural Body Cream / Moisturizer, Ep38

  1. cool cool cool recepie. do they sell stuff like that that’s totally natural in the stores or is making it at home the only option? Alsooooo what do u think about sunscreen because that seems pretty toxic as well but also really really important to prevent burns, rashes, cancer and what not. any edible recipies for that??

    – poof 😉

  2. Thanks Natasha! I can’t wait to try it!! I am interested too about what your thoughts are on sunscreen.

  3. @poofball
    Its best to make your own stuff– I just trust it more. The products in the stores are usually swag and have all sorts of fillers. As for the sunscreen– i did an episode on it today. The best way to maintain healthy skin is to eat as much fresh raw fruits vegetables, greens, nuts & seeds!!!

  4. Natasha, I am loving your shows. Thanks for all the great info. I was wondering if this cream needs to be kept refrigerated, and if not, how long does it stay fresh. Also, it is ok to use just shea butter on your face? My skin is rather dry.

    Thanks so much.

  5. @Nancy
    The cream can be refrigerated or left out. If its left outside the refrigerator, just make sure its kept in an airtight glass container. The amount thats in the recipe last me about a month if I use it everyday. It stays fresh for at least a month. Just make sure there is never direct sunlight or anything like that on it.
    As for the shea butter on the face, you can use it, but I find it be very heavy. Have you tried using a tiny bit of Almond Oil?

  6. No, I haven’t tried almond oil. I just ordered the shea butter to make the cream and so will try that first. I have tried jojoba oil on my face.

    Thanks.

  7. Thank you Natasha! I’ve been getting more and more into cleaning up my beauty products. I’ve gone from stuff from the Body Shop to organic, and from here I’ve been thinking about how to go cleaner and sort of left it for later. Your videos and recipes really make me want to do my own though 🙂 Thank you so much!

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