- Tub/containers - plastic, aluminium or glass; you can buy new ones or just re-use old jars. Old honey or jam jars will work amazingly for this.
- A scale
- A hand-help blender
- Glass bowls (pyrex or anything heatproof)
- A pot
- 1ml graduated pipettes or a tiny 5ml beaker (can you see mine on the table spoon in the picture? It's tiny)
- Piping bags (optional)
That's it. It is not complicated at all!
For specific ingredients please look at the list under the recipe you want to make or download Neno Natural's ~ DIY Whipped Butters Course Ingredients List (look under "resources" on the whipped butters page).
Pipettes make picking up tiny quantities a lot easier than decanting from a bottle.
In one of the hair butters I will use a fragrance oil and in another I'll use colour and both of those are easier to pick up with a pipette if they don't come with a dropper cap.
Pipettes are very cheap and you can actually get them off eBay or Amazon. See links the product links to Amazon. I use a tiny beaker when I have run out of pipettes.
Can You Re-Use Pipettes?
Also, don't swap and change pipettes between different products. If you used a pipette for a certain colour or fragrance then keep using it just for that product or fragrance even after you clean it. Yes? Great!
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