|Phase||Ingredients for ~30 ml||Quantity|
|A||murumuru butter||4 teaspoons (16 gr)|
|A||olive oil||2 teaspoons (6,5 gr)|
|A||laurel oil||1 teaspoon (3,5 gr)|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
1. Add the murumuru butter to a heat-resistant glass and melt in a water bath.
2. Remove from heat, allow to it cool slightly, then add the olive and laurel oil.
3. Mix well and pour into the dedicated container; it is left to harden until the next day.
To obtain a creamier texture (as shown in the photo): after step 2 transfer the composition to a bowl, place in the refrigerator/freezer until it begins to harden. It is then vigorously homogenized with a mini whisk, after which the obtained balm is transferred to the dedicated container.
The result is a balm with a very pleasant texture and which does not leave an unpleasant greasy feeling on the skin.
The multiple benefits of laurel and olive oil for problematic skin are combined with the emollient and nourishing properties of an exceptional vegetable butter. It can be used to care for skin affected by external factors, dry skin, damaged or affected by psoriasis or other skin problems.
It can be applied on the hands, feet or other areas of the body, in a thin layer.
It has a specific laurel scent, which can possibly be enhanced with a few drops of lemon essential oil.