Essential Oil Infused Natural Pumpkin Pie Body Butter DIY

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Essential Oil Infused Natural Pumpkin Pie Body Butter DIY

Plant Therapy Pumpkin Pie body butter DIY

Just a handful of ingredients come together to make a delightfully luscious body butter just in time for fall!

You’ll love celebrating the changing seasons by diffusing our limited-time Pumpkin Pie Fall Blend, and we’re making our own Pumpkin Pie body butter, inspired by our new fall scent! The sky’s the limit for some amazing autumn body butters – let your imagination run wild!

 

Pumpkin Pie Body Butter

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Warm a pan of water on the stove. Add butters, Jojoba, and ground spices to a medium glass bowl. Place over simmering water and heat until melted. Remove from heat and place in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes until it begins to firm on the edges. Whip with a hand mixer until frothy. Return to refrigerator until solid, for about 30 minutes. Whip again, adding essential oils and arrowroot powder. Store butter in an airtight container.

If you’re looking for the perfect Pumpkin Pie scent to diffuse, be sure to pick up some of our Pumpkin Pie blend! And be sure to follow our Safe Essential Oil Recipes Facebook group for even more great DIY’s and ideas!

64 thoughts on “Essential Oil Infused Natural Pumpkin Pie Body Butter DIY”

  1. I made this last night. It smells great and is very moisturizing. I was happy to find a recipe without coconut oil which I find dries my skin.

  2. I am so happy to see this recipe…with NO coconut oil (I see it in so many, but coconut oil dries my skin out)! I can’t wait to try this!

  3. I just ordered Peru Balsam and I have all of the other oils, so I will definitely be making this! I’m thinking you could also diffuse the essential oil blend (adjusting drops as needed for the size of the diffuser)?

    1. Liz, the essential oils could definitely be diffused (without the ground up spices). We recommend 2-3 drops of EO for every 100 ml of water you diffuser holds 🙂

  4. This sounds amazing! Although I’m not sure I personally want to smell like a pumpkin pie! Haha! It might just make me hungry all day! Love it though!

  5. I think fall is my favorite time of year just for the flavors and aromas! This body butter sounds amazing I cant wait to try it. I was already planning to make a lotion/ butter with some of your pumpkin pie synergy from the fall collection. Will try it with this body butter base.
    thanks!!!

  6. I bet this smells awesome. I’ve always wanted to try Pumpkin Pie but wasn’t sure I would find many uses for it aside from diffusion. What percentage dilution would this end up being? Just in case I would like to adjust the number of drops.

  7. This looks like a great recipe! And any oil could be used to customize the base. I wonder if there is a substitute for mango butter.

    1. You could either use more Shea Butter, or you could use Cocoa Butter as an alternative. This may change the consistency of the butter a little bit

    1. Edith, you could certainly substitute with cocoa butter, or even use more shea butter for the mango butter portion, but it may change the consistency of the butter.

    1. Faith, you are correct. The actual pre-made Pumpkin Pie blend that we have, is not to be used topically. However, this recipe calls for a few spices (ground cinnamon, nutmeg and clovebud) rather than the oils, so it is safe to be applied topically if following the recipe.

        1. It’s actually not labeled as “no topical application” and that is something I will bring forward to be updated. The Pumpkin Pie blend is not to be used topically, even if diluted with something else.

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