Aloe Vera Butter

Aloe Vera Butter can be used topically to treat and protect skin, especially if its damaged or sensitive. The following ingredients may be used to produce a typical Aloe Vera Butter, based on an article from


The rice powder is available at many grocery stores (Bob’s Red Mill is the brand I use), and the other ingredients can be purchased from a store that sells organic foods and health products. But you might also find them at your local grocer. You can also use fresh aloe vera gel from your own plant, like I do!


Once you collect the ingredients, making the whipped body butter is easy! In a mixing bowl add:

Whip everything well with an electric mixer until all of the ingredients are fully incorporated and fluffy in texture. Place your body butter in a container with a lid (a mason jar works fine) and store out of direct sunlight. Apply the body butter right after you shower, or any time your skin needs some help maintaining moisture.

You can also add about 20 drops of your favorite essential oil to customize a scent, or to provide more therapeutic benefits.

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