Homemade Lotion Recipe : How To Make Homemade Body & Hand Lotions
Dry Skin Homemade Lotion Recipe
Put 1 tablespoon castor oil, 1/2 cup mineral oil, 1/2 tablespoon codliver oil, and 2 tablespoons lecithin in the blender. Now prepare a gelatih mix by dissolving 1 tablespoon gelatin in 1/4 cup cold water. Then add 1/4 cup boiling water to the gelatin and let it sit until cool. Add 1/2 cup of this gelatin to the blender mix. Blend until thoroughly mixed. (Keep the gelatin water you have left. You will want to make other lotions with it.) This lotion is good for thick, rough, flaking, and chapped skin.
For skin that is wrinkled, add the juice of 1 or 2 leaves of an aloe vera plant and 1 PABA tablet (1000 mg) to the blender mix. (If sensitive to PABA, omit it.) To clear the skin of freckles, add 1/4 cup of lemon juice. If desired, add scented oil to the mix.
Flax Seed Skin Homemade Lotion Recipe
Soak 4 tablespoons cracked flax seed for 24 hours in 2 cups of warm water. Bring to a boil and simmer 15 minutes. Strain off the flax seed and add 6 tablespoons of glycerin and 2 cups of vinegar. Bring just to boiling point and remove from heat. Several drops of scented oil may be added at this time, if desired. Beat extremely well as the glycerin has a tendency to separate. This is a very good lotion for treating dry skin.
Hand Lotion Recipe
I use this all over the body. Melt 1 cup solid vegetable shortening, 2 tablespoons anhydrous lanolin, and 1/4 ounce of beeswax. Remove from heat and add 1/2 cup of olive or almond oil and 1/8 ounce of scented on. Mix well and let cool. When the mixture has cooled and is solid, stir it well. If too stiff, add more oil. If too soft, add more melted beeswax. One way to test the texture is to place one tablespoon of the lotion in the refrigerator. After the mixture has cooled completely, check for thickness. Put in attractive jar and use daily.
Caution: Please test for allergic reactions to the lanolin. If you have allergic reactions to wearing wool, chances are you will have a reaction to the. use of lanolin. If you are sensitive to the lanolin, leave that out of the recipe and substitute almond oil for the olive oil.
Making of After Sun Homemade Body Lotion.
Oily Skin Homemade Lotion Recipe
Take 1/2 cup of your gelatin mix liquid, 1 tablet of 500 mg vitamin C, 1 multiple vitamin tablet, 1 teaspoon of glycerin, 1 teaspoon of seaweed, and place in the blender. Add 1 aspirin if you have bags under the eyes. For sagging skin, add 1/4 teaspoon alum (it helps firm up the skin).
Rose Water Skin Lotion
Mix 1/3 cup of rose water, 1/3 cup glycerin, 1/3 cup lemon juice and shake well. Use after your bath. This will help to heal sundamaged skin. This is a good lotion if you do a lot of outdoor chores.
Violet Lotion Recipe
This lotion has lots of vitamin A, so you know how good it is for the skin. There is no better oil for our skins than almond oil. It, smoothes, softens, and feeds the skin, and it's great for under the eyes. Place 1/2 cup of fresh violet leaves and 1/2 cup violet flowers in a stainless steel pan. Cover the herbs with almond oil. Place the pan on very, very low neat and leave to steep for about 6 hours, covered. Strain off the flowers /leaves and add 1 ounce of melted beeswax to the almond oil. Stir until mixture is creamy. Test for firmness. If too stiff, add a little more almond oil. Pour into pretty jars and use daily.
Soft Skin Lotion Recipe
Making of lotion
Steep chamomile in milk for a few hours. Strain, keeping liquid. Add honey and wheat germ to liquid mixture. Blend well. Place in a bottle. Refrigerate any used portions. Keeps up to a week.
Orange Homemade Lotion Recipe
Making of lotion
Mix all ingredients together in blender until light and fluffy. This lotion need not be refrigerated, but should be used as soon as possible. It may separate, but can be beaten together again.
It also mentions mixing vegetable glycerin and rose water, but most homemade lotions should be refrigerated and used up as soon as possible (within a week) because they do not have preservatives and bacteria can grow in them.
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