It usually tough to find a good body cream that doesn't feel sticky, ultra oily, or make me break out. I find that natural ingredients, and products without fragrances work best for my skin, and it can be a bit challenging to find such a product without spending an obnoxious amount of money (it's body cream!!!! It should not make a person go broke). Along with the exfoliating Salt Scrub I make for myself, I make this Body Butter as well. It literally goes on like butter. It melts into your skin and you don't need to use much for complete coverage. I put it on before bed and wake up to super silky skin.
I have 8 oz. containers that I use and I usually make a batch big enough to fill a few containers at once. I'm very careful not to get my fingers into anything and I don't make too much since there are no preservatives used. I purchase my Unrefined Cocoa Butter here, Unrefined Virgin Shea Butter here, Coconut and Olive Oil from Costco, and I added a few drops of Almond Extract.
Melt half a cup of the Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, and Coconut Oil in a double boiler*. Whisk together until melted. When ingredients are melted together, place bowl in fridge (place something under bowl so you don't melt anything in your fridge). When the contents of the bowl has cooled off and started to solidify, remove from fridge, add a few drops (I wouldn't go over a teaspoon) of an essential oil or fragrance you like (not necessary), and use a hand mixer to whip until you have a butter like consistency (like the picture above). Don't hesitate to put back in the fridge if the mixture isn't thick enough yet. Fill your containers before butter firms. If you keep your Body Butter in a cool place, it will remain firm , and if you keep it in a warmer place it may melt slightly.
* A double boiler is helpful when you don't want to burn what you are melting and it also gives you more control. Place 1-2 inches of water in a pot and place a bowl (big enough to sit on the edges of the pot) inside it. Bring the water to a boil while melting ingredients in the bowl.