WHIPPED BABASSU, SAL & HEMP SEED OIL BUTTER
32.5% hemp seed oil (refined)
22% sal butter
43.5% babassu oil
1% Vitamin E
1% FO (Cream cheese frosting from Brambleberry)
Melt the ingredients until they are just liquid, then put in the freezer until the mixture has started to harden on the sides. Whip like silly until it has almost doubled in size. Get your containers ready because this is going to be really easy to put into jars. (I wish I'd used some kind of piping bag instead of glopping it in, but I'm not great with presentation, I know.)
WOW! I'm lost for words...excuse me for a moment.
Okay, I'm back. I am in love with this recipe. It has stayed whipped and light and airy and WOW! The consistency is amazing - very light and airy, like a light mousse - and it melts when it hits my skin. Not too greasy, not too dry! WOW!
This must sound like I'm being arrogant, being so amazed by something I've made, but my repeated wows are about the babassu oil! I did not expect such a light, whippy, fluffy butter out of something that was so hard when I tried to get it out of the container.
An hour after applying it, my skin feels moisturized and not at all greasy. Four hours after application, my skin still feels lovely and soft, slightly oily in a good way. Wow!
To quote Arrested Development, "I'm having a love affair with this babassu oil!"
Point of interest: Making glittery cupcake birthday cards is not the best idea after applying this whipped butter. I'm covered in lime green sparkles! Not complaining, just observing.