Rose aloe face cream Recipe
of Voorhees, NJ
3 T rice bran oil
1 1/2 t virgin coconut oil
1 3/4 t illipe butter
1/4 t lanolin
1/2 t beeswax
2 T rose hydrosol
1 3/4 t jasmine or orange water
3/4/ t vegetable glycerin
1 T aloe vera gel
1 vitamin E capsule
1 vitamin A capsule
Melt the oils, butter, beeswax and lanolin mixture in the water bath over medium heat. Allow mixture to cool to room temperature. The oil and water mixtures need to be the same temperature for your cream to be successful.
Put the hydrosol and floral water, glycerin, aloe vera and vitamin E and A into a blender. Turn it on medium-high speed then begin to drizzle in the oil mixture. Continue until all the oil is added or until the blender begins to slow down and acts as if it will stop. The mixture should look thick and creamy.
Keep cream in the refrigerator. If you keep a container in the bathroom it will stay good for two - three weeks.
If you use a preservative it should be fine for much longer.
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