2000 Old Natural Skin Lotion Recipe - RiseEarth

2000 Old Natural Skin Lotion Recipe


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In order to look young and healthy, our skin needs to be properly treated. In that purpose we mainly use expensive lotions that and contain harmful chemicals. After the application, these chemicals are absorbed into the skin.

Back in the past people were also aware that skin treatments are essential, but in that purpose they only used natural ingredients to prepare the same at home.

The recipe that we are going to share in continuation represents the most popular natural skin lotion ever.

It was used by Greek women about 2000 ago in order to slow down the process of aging and reduce wrinkles.


Keep reading in order to learn how to make this natural skin lotion by yourself.

Ingredients:
  • 2 teaspoons raw honey
  • 10 tablespoons grated beeswax
  • 200 ml almond oil
  • ½ cup rosewater
  • 2 small and clean jars

Preparation:
Put almond oil in a saucepan and heat over low heat. When warm, add beeswax and honey. When the beeswax melts completely remove the pan from heat, stir well and set aside to cool. Gradually add rosewater (whisk constantly). At the point when the mixture is saturated with rosewater it will start beading. This is when you should stop adding rosewater and set the mixture aside to cool completely.

After this point, pour the lotion in the jars.

Source: yourfoodcorner
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2 comments:

  1. hi! ....i'm anxious to try this, can i substitute aloe gel for rosewater?

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    1. Hi, I've tried a similar recipe and substituted aloe (the liquid drinkable kind from a health food store) for water. I don't know if it was the recipe or not, but I think the aloe destabilized the recipe. I think it was more likely my error, but there was slight separation between the oils and aloe/liquid as it sat over time. I myself am going to try replacing the oil and wax with shea butter because it's solid at room temp and I don't like the way beeswax feels on my skin. I would suggest you try it (: the whole recipe is based on having an emulsifier (beeswax) to mix an oil and water/liquid so it should work if you follow the beading rule. Good luck and let me know if it works!!!

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