Our Shea Butters are to be used alone for a deep action or they can be integrated into your favorite home cosmetic recipes.
Since in winter our hands tend to become rough, we now offer you a homemade repairing balm to remedy this. Enjoy our new DIY recipe!
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What you need before you start:
- A medium-sized bowl
- A whisk for mixing
- One teaspoon
- A container
Ingredients and proportions:
- 2 teaspoons Shea Butter
- 2 teaspoons Coconut Oil
- 5 drops of Rosewood Essential Oil
Easy steps to follow:
Take two teaspoons of Shea Butter and put them in your bowl. Add the two spoonfuls of Coconut Oil in the same bowl. Mix and let the Shea Butter and Coconut Oil melt slightly for easier incorporation.
Once the mixture is homogeneous, add the few drops of Rosewood Essential Oil.
Transfer your preparation into a resealable container.
To harden your recipe, put it in the fridge for some minutes.
Once your recipe has solidified, take a small amount of the preparation and apply the balm evenly on all your hands. Repeat as many times as necessary throughout the day.
This balm recipe helps repair and deeply moisturize your hands dried out by the cold thanks to the nourishing and moisturizing properties of Shea Butter. Its action is completed by Coconut vegetable Oil, with its protective and softening virtues, and by the regenerating properties of Rosewood essential Oil.
To learn more about why and how to protect your hands during this cold period, we recommend that you read our Winter Survival Guide.