Avocado Oil Body Butter Whip

This body whip is hugely nourishing to your skin, it is full of fatty acids and antioxidants from the coconut oil and vitamin A, B1, B2, D, and E from the avocado oil – just to say the least! It is heaven as an all-over body moisturiser to tackle dry skin.

What you need:

  • 100 g Coconut Oil
  • 20 g Avocado Oil
  • Electric whisk
  • 1/2 ml of Vanilla Essential oil (or one of your choice)
  • 125 ml  Jar


Step One: Measure all oils accordingly & melt in the microwave for about 40 seconds – if the coconut oil has not completely melted (as pictured below) stir until the lumps dissolve.

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Step Two: Place in refrigerator for 30 minutes and wait patiently.


Step Three: After 30 minutes, It should be a goo like semi-fluid (not liquid but not quite solid) which is what you want, as it is the best texture to whisk to achieve a butter whip. It may take longer then 30 minutes in the refrigerator to achieve semi-fluid, But keep an eye on it so it does not go solid as the whisk may not stir through.

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Step Four: Whisk with an electric egg beater, to a thick creamy consistently, adding essential oils of your choice at the end – doing a stir whisk through.

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Step Four: As you whisk you will see the natural green colouring from the avocado oil fade, Once at a thick consistently – Place into your jars.


As this moisturiser base is oil, when you rub into your skin, the texture breaks down and leaves an amazing oil layer. Your skin will absorb all the nourishing nutrients of the oils – with the vanilla aroma linger, it is truly beautiful.


Give it a try, we would love to hear comments!


  1. Nicole

    I came across this post a couple of days ago. I’ve been looking to go the natural way with the products I apply on my body. I tried this recipe and it turned out amazing. I’ve always loved coconut oil as a moisturizer, so I had to try this. Leaves my skin feeling baby soft. I apply it right before bed.

  2. bex

    how long would this recipe keep? 🙂

    • Brian Simpson

      Hi Bex, it should keep for up to 3 months.

  3. Kyrah

    Aprox how many containers will you get from this recipe?

    • Brian Simpson

      Hi Kyrah, the recipe makes 1 container.

  4. Kerry

    I tried this yesterday and it whipped up lovely but after being in the jar for a few mins started melting and now its just a jar of liquid.

    • Brian Simpson

      Hi Kerry, not sure what may have caused this sorry. We get pretty good feedback on this recipe’. Perhaps the ratio’s were out a bit?

  5. Maree Sutherland

    how do you stop from going hard in the jar. I like it soft and creamy


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