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Homemade Pumpkin Spice Body Butter

Treat your skin this fall with this homemade pumpkin spice body butter. It contains enzymes, AHA’s, and antioxidants that help to brighten, smooth, and soften the skin.

Homemade pumpkin spice body butter in jar on cutting board next to small pumpkin

I have been on a pumpkin inspired DIY roll lately. Last week I shared my favorite homemade pumpkin spice body scrub recipe. And a few days ago I shared my diy pumpkin enzyme face mask recipe.

Pumpkin is a great addition to skincare diy recipes because of it’s amazing skin benefits.

Pumpkin contains enzymes, AHA’s, and antioxidants that help to brighten, smooth, and soften the skin. It also contains vitamins A, C, and E, and antioxidants. All of which help fight sun damage and wrinkles. 

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Since pumpkin is so great for the skin, I thought it would be a great addition to my homemade body butter. I also added some fall inspired essential oils that gives it that pumpkin spice scent.

Not only does this homemade pumpkin spice body butter smell amazing but it also moisturizes very well.

And it’s made with all natural, toxin free ingredients!

Homemade pumpkin spice body butter in jar on cutting board next to small pumpkin

Pumpkin Spice Body Butter Ingredients

To make this pumpkin spice body butter you’ll need a jar that is about 8 ounces that has a lid. Like this one. You’ll also need the following ingredients.

Homemade pumpkin spice body butter in jar on cutting board next to small pumpkin

How to Make Pumpkin Spice Body Butter

1 | Fill a medium sauce pan 1/2 way with water. Place on stove and bring to boil.

2 | Add 1 cup of shea butter to a glass mason jar

3 | Turn off stove and place mason jar into the water

4 | Allow shea butter to melt

5 | Carefully remove mason jar from water

6 | Pour shea butter into a bowl

7 | Add 1 tbsp of coconut oil to bowl

8 | Add 3 tbsp of pure pumpkin to the bowl

9 | Add 15 drops of cinnamon essential oil, 20 drops of vanilla essential oil, 10 drops of ginger essential oil, 7 drops of orange essential oil, and 5 drops of nutmeg essential oil to the bowl.

10 | Whisk together over an ice bath

11 | Refrigerate for 15-20 minutes

12 | Remove from refrigerator and mix with an electric mixer for 5 minutes

13 | Scoop into small jar with lid

Homemade pumpkin spice body butter in jar on cutting board next to small pumpkin

Need Essential Oils?

There are many essential oil companies that sell high-quality essential oils. I used to use Young Living oils exclusively but I just couldn’t afford to use them anymore.

I was pleasantly surprised to discover several brands that sell amazing, high-quality essential oils at very affordable prices.

I love Florihana essential oils and I use them quite often. If you’re not familiar with Florihana essential oils you can check out my full Florihana essential oils review here.

I also regularly use Eden’s GardenPlant Therapy, and Simply Earth essential oils. 

If you decide to buy from Simply Earth you can use the code HAPPYHEARTFREE to receive a $40 Simply Earth gift card with the purchase of your first recipe box.

If you are not familiar with Simply Earth or their recipe box you can check out last month’s box here.

Body butter should stay good for 6 months or longer. Make sure you keep lid tightly sealed when not in use and store at room temperature.

Author: Candice Sinner

Hi! I’m Candice & I’m an essential oil junkie. I want to help you break free from toxic chemicals & toxic living so you can live the life God created you to live. Click here to learn more about me and my health journey.

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