|Phase||Ingredients for ~30 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||rice bran oil||18||5,4 gr|
|A||cetearyl alcohol||2||0,6 gr|
|B||witch hazel water||56,6||17 gr|
|B||aloe vera gel||20||6 gr|
|B||emulsifier Fluida||1||0,3 gr|
|C||xanthan gum||0,2||0,06 gr|
|C||clary sage essential oil||0,3||3 drops|
|C||frankincense essential oil||0,3||3 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Add the phase A ingredients to a heat-resistant glass. Add the phase B ingredients, one by one, to another heat-resistant beaker and mix.
Place the two glasses in a water bath and heat to 75°C, stirring both from time to time. Once they have reached the desired temperature, they are removed from the water bath.
Phase A is slowly poured over phase B, while mixing. Then mix with the mini mixer for 3 minutes.
To speed up the cooling process, place the glass in a bowl of cold water and continue to mix for 3 more minutes.
To the composition cooled to body temperature, add the rest of the ingredients one by one - phase C - with thorough mixing after each one. Leave to rest for 10 minutes, then mix again for about 2 minutes.
The resulting cream is transferred to the dedicated container. pH: ~ 6,5
The result is a cream with a light and non-greasy texture, pleasant to apply, with an enjoyable scent. Apply a small amount and spread on the face and neck with smoothing movements. It can also be used as a day cream.
Rice bran oil is an antioxidant, regenerating, light oil, and is well absorbed into the skin. Witch hazel water has a tonic, astringent and purifying effect. Bisabolol, known for its many virtues, is a skin repairer and soother. Aloe vera gel is moisturizing, healing, soothing and regenerating.