Tired of spending money on store-bought skincare products? Natural and organic shea butter is both cost-effective and beneficial for your skin health! 
We've got the perfect DIY recipes for you! 🤩 Skip the store-bought stuff and make your own organic shea butter with our simple tips and tricks. Plus, all the health benefits of organic living – what's not to love?

Shea butter laying on the table


Lovely eye cream for everyone, this recipe serves 30 uses.

You'll need:
10 drops of frankincense essential oil
2 tablespoons (30ml) pure aloe vera gel
2 tablespoons (30ml) unrefined coconut oil
2 tablespoons (30ml) unrefined shea butter
5 drops of vitamin E oil

Do this:
1. Mix all ingredients in a small bowl.
2. Mix the shea butter and coconut oil (for colder months when the coconut oil is solid, gently heat the shea butter and coconut oil in a small pan.
3. Add the remaining ingredients, and blend them well.
4. When you are happy with the blending, transfer the cream into a glass jar with a lid.
Now you have made your own eye cream! Simple right? 
Use it around your eyes every morning and night.

Woman with a towel around her hair, looking in the mirror applying eye-cream around her eyes

Why did we choose Frankincense essential oil?
The benefits of Frankincense in skincare:
- strengthen skin and elasticity
- anti-aging
- improve its tone and lift skin
- strengthen the skin's defense mechanisms against bacteria or blemishes.
- reduce the appearance of scars and acne, and treat wounds.

shea butter and shea butter nuts

Shea Balm Care base

Blend these together and have them in a jar with a lid.
2 tablespoons (30ml) of Shea butter
1-2 tablespoons (15-30 ml) of organic vegetable oil of your choice ( olive, jojoba, apricot, etc.)
10 drops of Organic essential oil (of your choice according to your needs)

Here are some tips on Essential oils for different skin types:
Chamomile roman: Normal, aging, dry, oily, sensitive, blemished 
Frankincense: Normal, aging, dry, oily
Geranium: Normal, aging, dry, oily, sensitive
Clary Sage: Aging, dry, blemished
Lavender: Normal, aging, dry, oily, sensitive, blemished
Marjoram: Aging, oily, blemished
Palmarosa: Normal, aging, dry, oily, blemished
Petitgrain: Normal, aging, oily
Rosemary: Aging, oily, blemished
Tea tree: Blemished
Susann Ottesen