Cocoa Butter Base Balm

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Sweet Almond Oil can be replaced with another oil of your choice. For example, using Arnica Oil would be great for localised massage. Tamanu Oil would be ideal for repairing damaged skin. There are many other oils that could be used.
Stage 1: (heat until melted)
50% Thistle Oil
5% Beeswax
5% Cocoa Butter

Stage 2: (room temperature)
27% Sweet Almond Oil
10% Squalane
3% Vitamin E
100% Total
 
Method:
  • Heat all the Stage 1 ingredients gently until melted. Then remove from the heat.
  • Stir with a spatula as it cools and when the edges start to go opaque, stir in the Stage 2 ingredients. Mix thoroughly, then jar and label.
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