Nourishing cream, raspberries and Q10, for dry skin

Nourishing cream, raspberries and Q10, for dry skin

Formula: 22917

Phase Ingredients for ~30 ml % Quantity
A shea butter 55 16,5 gr
A monoi oil 20 6 gr
A olive squalane 10,5 3,2 gr
B raspberry oil 10 3 gr
B acmella CO2 extract 2 18 drops
B coenzyme Q10 2 18 drops
B vitamin E 0,5 5 drops

Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.

Preparation method:
Add the shea butter to a heat-resistant container, and place in a water bath until melted. Add the monoi oil and olive squalane, mix and place the composition in the fridge or freezer until hardened.
Add the rest of the ingredients, one at a time, mixing after each. At the end, mix thoroughly to obtain a homogeneous and fine cream.
The cream thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated container.

The result is a rich and nourishing, unctuous night cream, suitable for dry and very dry skin, mature and wrinkled skin. It is applied in a thin layer on clean skin, with fine circular movements to promote absorption.

Options:

  • babassu oil can be used instead of monoi oil, in which case the cream will be unscented
  • blackcurrant oil can also be used instead of raspberry oil
  • instead of olive squalane, it is possible to use emollients with a drier texture, such as: coco-silicone, volatile vege-silicone or caprilis oil
  • the formula can be improved with about 5 drops of vitamin A, 5-10 drops of bisabolol, 10-15 drops of schisandra CO2 extract or other oil-soluble active ingredients

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  • Difficulty: beginner/advanced/experienced
  • Utensils: precision scale, a heat-resistant container, mini whisk/teaspoon
  • Recommended container: Ambra or Clara glass jar - 30 ml
  • Shelf life: 6 months - prepared in optimal hygiene conditions, kept in a cool place
Posted on 07/20/2015 Skin Care recipes, Face creams 0

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