Our Shea Butters can be used on their own for an in-depth action or they can be integrated into your favourite home cosmetic recipes.
Autumn has set in, freshness has returned and so has the rain. The weather conditions of this season make our skin fragile. Allow yourself a well-being moment discover our Relaxing Foot Balm recipe with Shea Butter and Lavender, for soft and relaxed feet.
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What you need before you start:
- A medium sized bowl
- A whisk for mixing
- One teaspoon
- A empty contener
Ingredients and proportions:
- 2 teaspoons of Shea Butter
- 2 teaspoons of Sweet Almond Vegetable Oil
- A few drops of Lavender Essential Oil
Easy steps to follow:
Take two teaspoons of Shea Butter and place them in your bowl. Add Sweet Almond Vegetable Oil and Lavender Essential Oil. Allow the Shea Butter to melt slightly for easier incorporation into the Vegetable Oil.
Then mix with a whisk until homogeneous mixture.
Transfer the mixture to a resealable, airtight container.
Take a small amount of cream, apply it to your skin, previously cleansed, and massage your feet. If your feet are very dry, apply a generous amount and put on a pair of socks. Leave the balm on as a mask for a whole evening and/or night and repeat the operation for several days. The result? Feet that feel so soft!
This recipe of Relaxing Foot Balm will deeply moisturize your feet and relax you. Our feet have more than 7500 nerve endings connected to our organs. In addition to supporting us all day long, our feet can stimulate and relieve our organism, for example by improving our digestion, our sleep… So give them an absolute relaxation moment!
Our Shea Butter has nutritive, nourishing and softening virtues, perfect for dry and damaged feet!
Sweet Almond Vegetable Oil reinforces this action and provides more comfort to your skin.
Lavender Essential Oil purifies and regenerates your skin. Also known for its soothing and relaxing properties, it will leave a delicate Provencal fragrance on your feet. To find all our DIY recipes, click here.