Light Rejuvenating Cream

Light Rejuvenating Cream

Stage 1: (above 75°C)
10% Grapeseed Oil
5% White Poppy Seed Oil
3% Pomegranate Seed Oil
5% Emulsifier M
 
Stage 2: (approximately 60°C)
63.75% Boiling Spring Water
3% Pomegranate Glycerol Extract
3% Wu Zh Extract
0.25% Konjac Glucomannan Powder
 
Stage 3: (below 40°C)
3% Blueberry Seed Oil
1% Vitamin E
1% EcoMarine Algae Extract
1% Preservative Eco Plus
1% Essential Oils of your choice (we used Lavender Absolute, Benzoin and Palmarosa)
Total 100%

Grape Seed Oil
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Method:
Melt Stage 1 (fat stage) ingredients in a double boiler.
 
Sprinkle Konjac Glucomannan Powder over freshly boiled spring water with other Stage 2 (water stage) ingredients included and whisk in a double boiler on the heat until fully dissolved.
 
Then add Stage 1 (fat stage) ingredients to Stage 2 (water stage). Stir together with a spoon or spatula until you see they are fully mixed in.
 
Stick blend briefly until emulsification has occurred.
 
Remove from the heat and stir slowly while cooling naturally. Do not stick blend or accelerate the cooling during this stage.
 
Combine Stage 3 materials including Preservative Eco Plus and when the emulsion is below 40°C), add to the cream, then add essential oils. Stir thoroughly, jar and label.


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