|Phase||Ingredients for ~100 ml||Quantity|
|A||cocoa butter||35 gr|
|A||monoi de tahiti oil||50 gr|
|B||corn starch lipophilic||7 gr|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Add the cocoa butter to a heat-resistant glass and melt in a water bath.
Remove from the heat, allow it to cool slightly, then add the monoi oil and mix well.
Place the glass in the refrigerator until the composition hardens.
Add the corn starch, mix well and transfer the cream to the dedicated container.
To obtain a fluffier and more aerated texture, mix vigorously with a mini whisk.
If you want a more intense fragrance, you can add a natural cosmetic fragrance oil (Tiare Flowers or Vanilla Flowers) or aromatic coconut extract, 20-60 drops.
The result is a body butter with a soft and creamy texture, subtly fragrant, emollient, ideal for dry skin care.
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