Sunday, February 14, 2016

Homemade Cosmetics: How To Make your Own Cosmetic At Home

Hello, girls! How are you doing?
The natural and fresh ingredients have been used abundantly by women throughout the world a long time ago. With this, those famous home recipes won the space and it is time for the skin care the pursue more natural products are the most requested.
Despite to the apparent ease of handling, these homemade products require a special care and attention bent on who makes them.

It is ideal for preparing the mixtures in a glass or earthenware, to prevent them from oxidizing. Any homemade recipe should be used immediately after preparation since they are very exposed to contamination and spoil easily. Also, avoid the sun exposure after the use. The cold chamomile tea or fennel tea can be good to soothe the skin after cleansing process or exfoliation.
Homemade Cosmetics: How To Make your Own Cosmetic At Home

Body moisturizer

100g of shea butter
100g of coconut oil
100 g of cocoa butter
100 ml of almond oil
10 ml of vitamin E
10 drops of vanilla essential oil
body moisturizer


Add the ingredients in a container and put to melt in a double boiler( except vitamin E). When the mixture is smooth, refrigerate for about five hours. Remove and blend in a mixer, add the vitamin E and mix. Then store in a glass.
All components are extremely moisturizing. Even most of them are also used in

creams sold in the pharmacies.


1/3 cup of cornstarch
1/3 cup of baking soda
10 drops of essential oil of tea tree
10 drops of essential oil of sandalwood
3 tablespoons of coconut oil
2 tsp of Vitamin E oil
1/5 tablespoon of beeswax

Melt the beeswax in a double boiler, add the cocoa coconut oil and when the two are melted remove from heat and add baking soda and cornstarch. Mix well and add the essential oils and vitamin E oil. Mix until to form a thick paste. Place the paste in an empty pack of the deodorant bar or the similar and apply it daily.

The cornstarch and bicarbonate can absorb some of the armpit water, the oils will improve the location odor. But the mixture is recommended for those who sweat a little because it can not meet the needs of those who have a more intense sweating.

Moisturizing cream for the nail

25g of beeswax
35 g of cocoa butter
1 tablespoon of vegetable sesame oil
spoon of clove oil 
1 teaspoon of lavender essential oil
1 teaspoon of ylang-ylang essential oil
nail cream


Melt the beeswax and cocoa butter in a double boiler over low heat. Once it is liquid, add the sesame oil and clove oil. Turn off the heat and wait until it is warm. Then add the lavender oil and ylang-ylang oil. Mix well and put into small pots of plastic or aluminum. Let cool at room temperature. The ingredients moisturize and fortify the nails and cuticles!

Hair mask - increases the brightness

1 cup of yogurt
1 spoon  of honey
2 tablespoons  of milk
Half of a papaya
1 tablespoon of your hair conditioner
1 spoon of hair hydrating cream (optional)
10 drops of jojoba oil
hair mask


Mix all ingredients very well and apply on the hair, leave it for a few minutes and wash.

Body Scrub

10 tablespoons of coarse salt
20 teaspoons of  almond oil
body scrub

Mix the ingredients and make a circular motion. After exfoliating, bathe normally with warm or cold water.

Hand Cream 

1 cup of distilled water
15 drops of orange essential oil
1 teaspoon of beeswax 
1 tablespoon of shea butter
3/4 cup of olive oil
1 or 2 capsules of vitamin E or 1 spoon of vitamin E oil
hand cream


In a proper bowl that goes to the microwave put the beeswax, shea butter, olive oil and the vitamin E. Let capsules that heat in microwave for 3 minutes or until the wax melts.
In another bowl, mix the water with orange essential oil. Add the mixture to another vessel, after removing the other ingredients in the microwave, use a blender to mix all the ingredients until smooth.
Put the mixture in a glass jar with a tight lid. And it is ready! You will have a homemade moisturizing cream to keep your hands soft and moisturized without having to spend money.

Attention to the validity!

As it has no chemical preservatives, like most cosmetics found in the pharmacies, the products made at home tend to last for less time. Note the expiration date of each of the ingredients used and consider one that comes first as the expiration of your cosmetic. Store in the refrigerator can help! But if even before that period, you feel any strange smell or notice a different color from the normal, discard the product. And before applying, test putting a small amount on hand. If after some time the skin does not show redness and or itching and irritating, you can use!
Homemade Cosmetics: How To Make your Own Cosmetic At Home
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I hope you like it! 
Happy Valentine's Day! ♥♥♥♥XOXO 

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