Cream for Dry Skin

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This recipe can be quite runny when it's just made, but will thicken up overnight.

Stage 1: (above 75°C)
8% Apricot Oil
7% Emulsifying Wax
7% Macadamia Nut Oil
4% Thistle Oil

Stage 2: (above 75°C)
69% Boiling Spring Water
3% Glycerine

Stage 3: (below 40°C)
1% Preservative 12
0.5% Vitamin E
0.5% Essential Oils (we used our Rosemix blend)

100% Total
Grape Seed Oil
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Method:
Weigh all Stage 1 ingredients into a small stainless steel bowl and place into a saucepan of boiling water (double boiler/bain marie). Bring up to a temperature over 75°C.

When the Stage 1 is over 75°C, weigh and add the Stage 2 ingredients together in a separate larger stainless steel bowl. Swap the bowls over so that the larger bowl is in the double boiler.

Pour the Stage 1 ingredients into the larger bowl (Stage 2) and stir gently without creating air bubbles. Make sure the temperature is over 75°C and continue to stir for 5 minutes.

After 5 minutes, remove the bowl from the double boiler and put it into a pan of cold water to cool down quickly.

Keep stirring all the time. When the cream or lotion is under 40°C, add the remaining Stage 3 ingredients. Combine thoroughly, jar and label.

See our video on how to make cream for dry skin below.



2 Responses

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

March 03, 2020

Thank you for your comment.

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Kay modeste
Kay modeste

March 03, 2020

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