Total Recipe Amounts:
32 ounces Yogurt Body Butter Multi-Base Lotion
16 ounces Distilled Water
2 grams of Almond Fragrance Oil
12 grams Sweet Almond Oil
2 drops Da Bomb Soap Dye- Red
Clean and sanitize your workstation and all of your packaging materials and utensils. It is suggested that you wear gloves, an apron, gloves, a face mask, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
Step 1: First, weigh out 16 ounces of distilled water. If your water is not distilled, you will need to prepare your water. First, you will need to weigh out your water. Make sure to include plenty of extra water so that you have at least 8 ounces when your water is finished heating as some of it will evaporate during heating. Now, heat the water to at least 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the water hits this temperature, hold it there for a minimum of 5 minutes. Remove the water from the heat source and weigh out the 16 ounces.
Step 2: Next, you will need to allow your water to cool. Your water temperature should be around 100 degrees Fahrenheit when working with the multi-bases. If the water is too hot, it can break down ingredients in the base.
Step 3: Once the water is at the proper temperature, add the entire container of the yogurt body butter base. Then, using your stick blender, mix the ingredients together.
Step 4: Finally, we will add the remaining ingredients to your lotion, add the Almond Fragrance Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and Da Bomb Soap Dye. Once again, mix the lotion to incorporate all of the ingredients.
Step 5: Once your lotion has cooled, use your spatula to scoop your mixture into the jars. Once filled, place a lid on each container.
Your homemade lotion is now ready to use!
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