|Phase||Ingredients for ~10 ml||Quantity|
|A||zinc oxide||8 gr|
|A||shea butter unrefined||5,4 ml (5 gr)|
|A||squalane or caprilis oil||2 ml (1,9 gr)|
|A||vitamin E||1 drop|
|A||bisabolol, natural||1 drop|
|B||brown 23 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0,03 gr (1 x DROP spoon)|
|B||yellow 09 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0,06 gr (2 x DROP spoon)|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Transfer the zinc oxide to a mortar and, with the help of a pestle, rub vigorously to obtain a powder as fine as possible. Then add the rest of the ingredients from phase A, one at a time, and mix for a few minutes, until a homogeneous paste is obtained.
Add the pigments and mix the composition very well. Using a teaspoon, push down the cream attached to the walls of the mortar and continue mixing with the pestle.
Now you can test the color on the skin and if necessary you can add more pigments until you get the right shade. Insist on homogenization until the color and texture are uniform.
The concealer thus obtained is transferred to the dedicated container.
The color obtained with the amount and type of pigments specified in the recipe, is a light beige with a warm tone. In order to obtain a darker color, the amount of pigments will be supplemented proportionally. To get a cooler tone, you can include a little red 18 oxide pigment.
The result is a concealer that contains nutritious and soothing ingredients. It does not dry the delicate skin around the eyes. Apply in a thin layer and tap lightly for even distribution on the skin.