How to Fix Grainy Butters & Balms

Sometimes, you get grainy butters or your balms have a rough, beady texture to it. We find this usually happens when reheating our shea butter and cocoa butter. But, don’t throw the entire tub out or think that the butters have gone bad! This is a normal occurrence because you are working with natural fats.

The following video will explain why these grains happen and how you can obtain the desired smooth texture with just a few simple steps:

Thank you Belinda Carli from Personal Care Formulations for sharing this video with us!

Want to know more? Check out these posts!
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👉 DIY Easy and Natural Aromatherapeutic Solid Perfume
👉 Easy DIY Skin Healing Balm

happy crafting

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