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Recipe Instructions for: DIY Carrot Melting Cleansing Balm
Our luxurious carrot melting cleansing balm is rich in beta-carotene, vitamins B, C, E and essential fatty acids. Used topically to cleanse your face and remove make-up while improving skin tone, texture and elasticity. Apricot Kernel oil is rich in essential fatty acids like oleic and linoleic acid and vitamin A. Since it easily penetrates the skin, it is good oil for prematurely aged, dry or irritated skin.
Tip #1: To stimulate circulation, decrease puffiness and help this product penetrate deeply into the skin try our crystal facial roller tools.
Tip #2: To use in cleaning your face, apply balm and gently massage into the skin. Warm up muslin cloth and place over your face. This will create steam against the skin to remove the impurities in the skin.
50 g raw carrot butter
1 tsp extra virgin coconut oil
1.5 ml jojoba oil
1.5 ml apricot kernel oil
1.5 ml meadowfoam oil
1 drop seabuckthorn oil
1 drop vitamin e
1. In a double boiler (or microwave) combine the raw carrot butter and extra virgin coconut oil and gently melt.
2. Once melted, remove from heat and transfer to a beaker or Pyrex
3. Add in the jojoba oil, apricot kernel oil and meadowfoam oil and stir.
4. Add in the seabuckthorn and vitamin e. Mix well.
5. Pour the liquid into a 60 g clean jar and put the lid on tightly.
6. Pop the jar in the fridge for about 25 minutes, to set faster.
7. Remove from fridge and use at room temperature.
At Step 5: Pour the mixture into a beaker or Pyrex.
6. Pop in the fridge for about 15 minutes (or until semi-solid).
7. Remove from fridge and whisk using an electric whisker
Tip: Whisking helps dissolve the air into the product, making it more dense. So you will therefore notice that your balm will only fill a 30 g jar.
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Nuworld Botanicals Recipe: Carrot Melting Cleansing Balm
A DIY tutorial on how to make our Carrot Melting Cleansing BalmPosted by Nuworld Botanicals on Wednesday, September 5, 2018