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  • Skin Conditioning Cream
    lots recently and am smitten 2g Glycerine 67g Water 5g Herbal fusion althea hope marigold St Johns Wort mallow and juniperberry synergistic blend for dry skin 2g Vit E 1g Ethox 1 5g FO I wasn t particularly interested in frangrancing but popped some in anyway does enhance the overall finished product though 0 5g Citric not a strict measurement it was just to adjust the final pH This is a lovely glossy cream I have been playing with the emulsifier for some time now and finding I am rather smitten with wonderful skin feel that doesn t become aparent until about 5 10mins after application I don t usually stick blend with this emulsifier but I did for the first 2 minutes with this one just to see if there were any differences from previous occasions there didn t seem to be The cream is rich and absorbs lovely leaving that incredible skin feel after that I have been really enjoying Adding the wax was an interesting change and I think enhanced the gloss The cream itself is set and a nice rich cream but would almost certainly be pumpable I was using the cyclo replacement for the first

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=617:skin-conditioning-cream&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Shea Nut Whip
    Obviously there is room for development and since I only finished making it about 5 minutes ago I don t know what it will be like in a months time will it harden will it separate this all remains to be seen Any hoot I thought I would share this with you in the hope that it offers inspiration for your own developments Oils 30g Unrefined Shea butter 10g Hazelnut oil light and slightly astringent good for circulation 7g Macadamia oil moisturising and a good choice for mature skins absorbs easy 3g Squalane 2g Emulsifying powder 8g Chicory inulin don t worry about this one just raise your emulsifying powder up 5g instead that is a guess since I ve not tried it 2g Cetly alcohol 2g Vitamin E Water 38g Water 2g Marine extract don t worry about this one either just add in your own water soluble extract at this level or raise your water content to 40g 2g Glycerine 5g EO or FO of choice this is optional I didn t use it as I am quite enjoying the aroma of the unrefined shea Preservative according to manufacturers instructions Directions 1 In a seperate bowl whip the shea squalane vitamin E and a slight drizzle of the oils with an electric whisk Whip until light and fluffy Don t do this in a very large bowl you will lose too much around the sides of the bowl 2 Heat the oils emulsifier and cetyl alcohol in a double boiler to 75 degrees make sure you give them a really good stir 3 In a seperate double boiler heat the water try to get the water slightly hotter than the oils 4 When both phases are hot enough place a stick blender in the water phase and begin

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=403:new-shea-nut-whip&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Body Buttercream
    make s a perfect hand treatment especially for chapped hands It also make s a wonderful foot balm I have written a leaflet for your customers that you are free to use or adapt to suit you registered members Customer leaflet More cream recipes available to registered members Oil Phase 10g Coconut oil 10g Mango Butter 10g Shea Butter 1g Olive Wax 5g Emulsifying Powder 1g Cetyl Alcohol Water Phase 70g Spring Water boiling Preservative as recommended by manufacturer Third Phase at around 35 3g Glycerine 3g Vitamin E Fourth Phase at around 25 10 15 drops of EO or FO I like lemongrass Lactic or citric acid to balance pH Directions 1 Melt the oil phase in a double boiler above 75 2 Add the oil phase to the water stage in a thin steady stream and stir using a whisk a stick blender is best to use for 5 minutes 3 Steep bowl containing the mixture into a bowl of ice cold water cools the mixture more quickly while continuing to mix it will begin to thicken as it cools 4 When temperature has cooled to around 35 add the glycerine vitamin E and continue to mix 5

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=213:body-buttercream&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Dreamy Cream
    2 tsp melted beeswax 1 tsp dried mugwort 1 2 tsp dried rosemary 1 2 tsp dried spearmint peppermint 1 2 tsp dried sage 1 2 tsp dried lavender 2 capsules vit E or 1 4 tsp vit E oil 1 tbsp water optional use water for cream consistancy Instructions Gently warm the olive oil Add dried herbs and steep over night Strain squeezing the herbs fully Heat gently and

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=108:dreamy-cream&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Cocoa Butter Body Lotion
    Links List All Products Product Search Advanced Search Home Recipes Creams Lotions and Cream Cleansers O W W O Cocoa Butter Body Lotion Cocoa Butter Body Lotion 20g Cocoa butter 20ml Castor oil 20ml Vodka Melt the cocoa in a double boiler add the castor oil Remove from heat and add the vodka Allow to cool completely and mix again to blend the lotion Copyright 2016 Fresholi All Rights Reserved

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=105:cocoa-butter-body-lotion&catid=71:creams-lotions-and-cream-cleansers-ow-wo&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Vibrant Mosaic Soap
    same and while it looks quite complex it really is very easy to do To create this I used 500g Clear melt pour soap base A selection of glycerin soap colouring Up to 4 FO EO of choice in this case I used only 1 and chose May Chang for its clean vibrant and lively aroma to accent the vibrant colours A 500g mould I used packaging from a toy car my little boy had for Christmas good straight sides and holds 500g perfectly Instructions Seperate the base into 6 bowls you can do this evenly or randomly I did this randomly to vary the blocks of colour Place a portion in the microwave and heat on full for 30 seconds remove and stir until fully melted you may need to pop it back in again if not fully melted Add a couple of drops of colour and a 6th of your FO EO or whatever fraction of EO FO depending on how many colours you are using Stir well and with your mould tilted and suppored pour in your coloured soap Allow this to cool and set then tilt and support the mould at a different angle heat your

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=360:vibrant-mosaic-soap&catid=75:melt-and-pour-soap&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Milk Enriched Soap With Curl Embed
    for mixing milk powder 10ml Water for mixing milk powder A few drops of red M P colouring Up to 4 FO EO of choice Directions how I did it anyway Line a flat mould that is fairly long this is for making the curl in my case I used a plastic food storage container 3 x 9 Of the 400g soap base weigh out 100g It might be worth considering using less soap base or using a larger flat mould as my curl was a bit too thick if I were to repeat I would try using 75g Melt the 100g in a double boiler and add a few drops of colouring and a quarter of your FO EO When melted and thoroughly mixed pour into your flat mould and allow to cool and set When set demould and trim the edges Now starting from one end begin to curl the flat soap You want it fairly tightly curled but do be careful not to split it if it is too thick like mine was it will split rather too easily When you have achieve the desired form set aside and melt down the remaining soap base while you prepare your milk powder Add to the milk powder your glycerin and water a bit at a time and mix with a small whisk until your milk powder is fully combined When the soap base has completely melted remove from heat allow to cool a little and pour in the milk passing it through a seive as you pour to help remove any lumps Set aside while you thoroughly spray your embed with rubbing alcohol I used surgical spirit Pour a small amount into the bottom of your prepared mould in this case I used an old hand soap bottle

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=359:new-milk-enriched-soap-with-curl-embed&catid=75:melt-and-pour-soap&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Melt & Pour: Project One (First Ever Attempt)
    and the cocoa comes through a little too However it does foam up lovely and the grounds are exfoliating It s a great body bar and coffee is used for its many beneficial properties in quite a few high end salon beauty treatments I would have liked to have given the colour some oomph to give it a more creamed coffee appearance but the cocoa still has time to lighten I think if I was to try this again I will go with some kaolin as this will also add to exfoliating refining action as well as give the colour a bit of background This said the colour is rich and dark and would be great for a wintertime product I would also have liked to have a creamy white top that mingles into the soap darker at the bottom but didn t know how to do it lol Some other points were made by more experienced soap makers such as suggestions on layering to pour first portion of soap and allow it to develop a skin then spritz the surface and pour on the next layer This would give a fairly defined layer To get a more blended effect where the line was less defined could be to pierce the skin of the first layer at various points to allow some liquid to escape before adding another layer or to scatter coffee grounds after spritzing which may colour the lighter layer slightly Regarding the recipe it was suggested that I was probably at the limits for the butter too much butter may affect lather quality It was thought that I had maybe used too much coffee grounds and that 15g rather than the 25g I used may have been more appropriate I have to agree it was very dark

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=284:melt-a-pour-project-one-first-ever-attempt&catid=75:melt-and-pour-soap&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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