Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Fight dry chapped winter time skin with this easy and luxurious balm recipe. Using natural skin loving butters like Shea And Cocoa combined with soothing calendula infused Jojoba oil, this recipe is not only only perfect for cracked elbows and rough hands, it makes a wonderful belly balm for expecting mothers-to-be.
6 oz. Cocoa Butter
3 oz. Jojoba Oil infused with Calendula
1.5 oz. Unrefined Hempseed Oil
14 oz. Shea Butter
.3 oz essential oil (we used a blend of German Chamomile and Carrot Seed)
1. Combine Cocoa Butter, Calendula-infused Jojoba Oil, and Hemp Oil and melt together in microwave. Stir frequently until fully melted.
2. Pour onto unmelted Shea Butter and mix with a stick blender or stand mixer. The stick blender will make your balm smooth and creamy while the stand mixer will make it light and fluffy.
3. Add essential oils (if using) and blend in well.
4. Package in a wide mouth jar. This balm will harden as it cools, so be sure to package it as soon as you are finished mixing.
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