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.
Make-up removal is a very important step that should not be neglected. It is essential to preserve your skin and for that nothing better than a natural recipe to remove all impurities. Say goodbye to irritating rubbing and hello to gentle and efficient makeup removal.
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What you need before you start:
- A medium sized bowl
- A whisk for mixing
- One tablespoon
- A empty container
Ingredients and proportions :
- 4 tablespoons of Shea Butter
- 2 tablespoons of Coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon of Castor oil
- 5 drops of Vitamin E
- Bonus: a few drops of Ylang Ylang essential oil
Easy step to follow
Take 4 tablespoons of Shea Butter and 2 tablespoons of Coconut oil and place them in your bowl. Mix with the whisk and let the Shea Butter melt for easier incorporation.
Once the mixture is smooth, let it cool for 10 to 20 minutes. Then, you can incorporate the Castor oil, the Vitamin E and a few drops of Ylang Ylang essential oil.
Transfer your mixture into a resealable and airtight container. Place your container in the refrigerator for a few minutes so that the solution begins to thicken.
Take a small amount on your hand and heat the substance. Then make small circular movements to get rid of all the impurities gently and delicately so as not to attack your skin. Be sure to wash your hands before and after use.
Shea butter is an ingredient with multiple virtues. It allows to clean and tone the skin without aggressing it. Its delicate texture melts on the skin and removes all traces of makeup and impurities. This process is completed by one of the main ingredients: Coconut oil that leaves the skin clean and luminous. The essential oil of Ylang Ylang will allow to perfume your make-up removing balm. Finally, the addition of Vitamin E will allow your preparation to last longer. This makeup remover balm is ideal for sensitive skin that cannot tolerate the drying effects of hard water.
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