Using the Shea Butter I got from Amazon.com:
I added it to a saucepan along with a piece of beeswax:
And some avacado oil. You could substitute olive oil if that's all you have on hand, or coconut oil, or whatever floats your boat.
I melted everything together in a saucepan, and am currently waiting for it to cool down.
I did not add fragrance. Why? Because I'm allergic to a lot of stuff on the market, and I wanted something unscented which I could also wear on my hands when I'm at work. Many workplaces have bans on fragrance due to allergies. So, it's a good idea to keep some unscented stuff on hand also.
With something like this, you can buy it from organic supplies if you wish, and you made it, so you know it was not tested on animals. Also, doing it yourself makes it a bit less spendy than some of the uber-organic stuff in the stores, but it all depends upon the supplies you buy and where you buy them from. If you can find things locally, all the better.
My local craft store did not have quality beeswax, so I did have to order that online as well. I suspect a whole foods place *might* carry it, but that's a big might.
Note: The golden liquid that's created when you melt the ingredients together will solidify when it cools. The beeswax hopefully will keep it from solidifing too much.