HOMEMADE HONEY HAND BALM
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  • 15 Aug 2017

Believe in me once I say this stuff works miracles.  While it leaves an hand balm, you could even utilize it as an after-shower cream cream, hair conditioner, and on anything else which may need a little extra moisture.  The real beauty with this balm is that it's made out of beeswax and raw honey therefore that it's thick (and I do mean thick!)  Enough while the honey may help heal wounds and calm irritation, to lock in moisture.


Honey delivers key amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and antioxidants to skin tissues, helping to nourish the skin and also protect against damage.


This particular recipe is within a firm wax and also a oil If it has to do with feel.  But if you would like a more solid balm, increase the sum of bees wax.  Add oil In the event that you'd prefer a creamier balm.  So feel free to play around with it until you discover the texture that is ideal for 24, it's really a recipe.
If the skin requires a beating during the cold winter 14, raise your hand.  It's safe to state your hands will be chapped from washings, unless you are fortunate enough to reside from the tropics.  But one thing you learn quickly during the winter is that high-quality balm can cost a little chance if you are looking for something thick and creamy but also non toxic.  Fortunately this homemade honey jelly is an excellent antidote for many of your own dry skin woes.  Slather on a bit in the morning and wave goodbye to dry, cracked, irritated hands.


INGREDIENTS


PROCEDURE

  1. Combine everything except for the raw honey in a microwave safe bowl.
  2. Microwave on high in 30-second increments for 2 minutes, until the oils and beeswax have completely melted.
  3. Whisk in the raw honey and 20 drops of the essential oil of your choice and immediately pour into a glass jar.
  4. Let cool to room temperature before testing.
  5. If you would like to adjust the texture, re-melt the balm and add either more beeswax or more oil until the desired texture is reached.
Comments
  • commenter
    Salewa 28 Oct 2018

    Please ma how can we check for the PH ma. How do we know if the PH is okay. Thanks ma

    Reply
    • commenter
      Admin 29 Dec 2018

      There is a pH meter especially designed for emulsion cream, you may need to look for the one with "cream probe"

  • commenter
    Amatulghaniy 29 Dec 2018

    If no microwave, what else can be used to melt the ingredients? Thanks

    Reply
    • commenter
      Admin 29 Dec 2018

      Use the double boiler method if you don't have microwave.

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