Bill's After Shave Recipe

Submitted By:

Bill of Kennewick, WA


Light, Oil Based After-Shave Lotion


Distilled Water 11oz
Aloe-Vera Gel 1:1 11oz
Jojoba MP-44 8 oz
Fractionated Coconut oil 2oz
Virgin Coconut Creme 3oz
Wheatgerm Oil .5oz
Rice Bran Oil .5oz
Kukui Nut Oil .5oz
Carrot Oil .5oz
Rosehip Seed Oil .5oz
Borage Oil .5oz
Hempseed Oil .5oz
GSE 2ml
Mango Butter 1.5oz
Emulsifying Wax 1.8oz
Fragrance (optional)


Place all of the above a large micro-safe bowl and heat to about 160F. Using a stick blender, mix until the temperature falls to about 120F. Leave until room temperature is reached, and then mix with stick blender again. Add the fragrance oils and mix again.
It makes a very nice, slightly thick, a little goes a long way, soothing after-shave lotion. The problem is that after sitting for a day or two, any that has an added fragrance separates.

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