Secret Weapon to Whip Alligator Skin!

Does your skin look more like a scaly reptile than a Disney princess during the winter months? Between dry blowing winds outside and dry heated air inside, it’s no wonder your skin is crying for help! You need a secret weapon for regaining that baby’s bottom smoothness again.

Have no fear! Help is on the way! It’s super easy and only takes four ingredients. The hard part will be choosing which essential oil to add! So, just how do you whip alligator skin? Your secret weapon is . . . whipped body butter, of course! Whipping this makes all the difference in the world. It’s light and fluffy, and feels luxurious when you smooth it on. Use it after you shower to hold in moisture, or at bedtime to rejuvenate your skin while you sleep. You will love how it soaks in without leaving you feeling like a greased little piggy.

You will be a hero to your friend’s skin, when you make this and give it as holiday gifts. Just put in pretty, little half-pint or pint jars, or tins, and tie on a ribbon! How easy is that? Great for teacher or co-worker gifts and won’t hurt the budget. Your recipients will act like you gave them diamonds, darling!

We choose to use only the best therapeutic-grade essential oils from Young Living because everything you put on your skin goes into your bloodstream. If your essential oil bottle has a warning label that says do not ingest, then you don’t want to put that on your skin (or breath it in). We trust the Seed to Seal promise because we have personally witnessed it at Young Living’s farms around the globe. You can learn more at When you decide to make the switch from fake oils to real whole oils, then connect with me on facebook or Click Here to get them at my cost.

Choose oils that help create youthful healthy looking skin such as: Lavender, Frankincense, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood, Myrrh, Peppermint, Gentle Baby, Geranium, or Patchouli.

Great for men, too! Make him a jar so he won’t swipe yours! Choose manly scents like Frankincense, Royal Hawaiian Sandalwood, Myrrh, Valor II, and the ever-popular Shutran.

This could become your new daily fragrance sensation in the place of toxic synthetic perfumes! You can go with one essential oil or create your own combination. Try fragrant favorites like: Abundance, Sensation, Purification, Ylang ylang and more! Have fun with it!

Here’s that secret weapon recipe. Bye-bye alligator skin. You’ve been whipped!

Whipped Body Butter

  • ½ cup unrefined shea butter
  • ¼ cup expeller-pressed coconut oil
  • ¼ cup sweet almond oil
  • 10-20 drops essential oils

Combine first three ingredients in a double boiler or pan over medium-low heat. Stir until mixture is liquid and remove from heat. Allow this to cool and partially set. You can speed the process by placing in refrigerator for a few minutes if you are in a hurry. Once partially set, place in a stand mixer with the whisk attachment and add your essential oils. Whisk cooled mixture until it takes on a fluffy consistency similar to whipped cream. Spoon into jars or tins with a lid and store in a cool place. Enjoy! 

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