How To Make Skin Creams Naturally
How to make skin
creams using natural ingredients, cheap and easy on the wallet.
Easy to do, fun to do, and so very nicely natural for your skin.
Face creams, hand creams, body creams.
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Recipes - Skin Creams,
Almond Oil - Natural Wrinkle Cream
1 Tbs. of an infusion of comfrey leaves
1 Tbs. lanolin
2 Tsp. sweet almond oil
2 Tsp. water
2 Tsp. cod liver oil
Melt lanolin and almond oil in a double boiler. Add water and allow to cool.
Mix in cod liver oil and comfrey. Apply gently to face and rinse off after 5 to
This is a rich moisturizer that boosts the water-holding capacity of your skin
and helps plump out wrinkled areas.
Almond-Honey Scrub - Natural Facial Scrub
2 T. crushed almonds
1 T. honey
Mix. Leave on face for 5 minutes. Rub in well, then rinse.
Make Cocoa Butter Hand Cream
4 tbs. beeswax
4 tbs. cocoa butter
4 tbs. almond oil
Melt together beeswax and cocoa butter. Add almond oil. Mix completely until
smooth. (May use blender). Pour into a pretty pot or jar.
Let harden and it is ready to use or to be given as a gift.
Make Cold Cream & Cleanser Recipe
52 oz. white beeswax
1/2 cup almond oil
1/2 tsp. borax
1/4 cup rosewater
This recipe gives you a basic all-purpose cold cream / moisturizer, which
scented oils can be added to.
Place the beeswax in a double boiler and add the almond oil. Melt the wax over
low heat, stirring constantly to combine the ingredients. Take off the heat and
dissolve the borax in the rosewater and slowly pour it into the melted wax and
oil, whisking constantly. It will turn milky and thicken, continue whisking
while it cools.
When it reaches thick pouring consistency, pour into glass jars or china pots.
Makes 7 oz.
Soothing Cucumber Facial Cream
1 whole cucumber, unpeeled
1/2 oz. white paraffin
2 oz. sweet almond oil
Cut the cucumber into chunks and purée it in a food processor or
blender. Strain the pulp through a strainer lined with cheesecloth. Melt the
wax in a small bowl in the top of a glass or enamel double boiler over medium
heat. As soon as the wax is melted, slowly add the oil, stirring gently. Add
strained cucumber and blend thoroughly. Remove the pot from the heat and cover
with a clean towel. Let the mixture cool very slowly to prevent crystals from
forming in the wax. Stir mixture once or twice until cool.
When the mixture is completely cool and smooth, store it in a tightly capped
glass container in the refrigerator. It will keep for two months.
To use, smooth a bit of cream every night around the tender skin of your face
Recipes Are Not Guaranteed As Remedies
Any Allergic Reactions To The Ingredients Are At The Users Own Risk.
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