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  • Avocado Moisturiser
    Face and Body Balms Avocado Moisturiser Avocado Moisturiser Thank you for this kind submission Sandie it looks like it could be fabulous for dry skin Thanks again Sandie This is really easy to make and great for dry skin hope you like it Sandie xxx Ingredients 5g beeswax granules 5g cocoa butter 15ml avocado oil 30ml sweet almond oil 10g emulsifying wax 30ml marshmallow root infusion 5 drops sandalwood e o 5 drops bergamot e o Method Heat beeswax cocoa butter and base oils in a bowl set over a saucepan of boiling water or double boiler Dissolve the emulsifying wax in the marshmallow infusion Slowly add this infusion to the oil mixture using a fast whisk action on your electric whisk for at least 10 seconds to thoroughly mix the water base oils When your mix has cooled down to room temperature add your essential oils When your mixture has cooled right down but before it begins to set decant into dark jars and refrigerate This has no preservative so will only be good for about 8 weeks Note when your amalgamation of water base oils begins to cool it will split but don t worry just keep stirring

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=120:avocado-moisturiser&catid=67:face-and-body-balms&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Easy Body Butter
    of mango butter 2oz of cocoa butter 1oz of sweet almond oil 2oz of fractionated coconut oil 5 grams of vitamin E ½ oz of fo or ¼ oz of eo mica or colourant of choice Melt the shea mango and cocoa butters in the microwave or double boiler if using microwave make sure you do it slowly so the cocoa butter doesn t burn I usually put them in the microwave for 2 minutes and then leave the cocoa butter to melt into the oils When melted add the almond and fractionated coconut oil and the vitamin E and then stick the bowl in the freezer for about 20 minutes until they have just started to set Then get out your hand whisk or kitchen aid and whip the set oils up until nice and fuffy add any fragrance you want at this point add any colourant mica s are good with body butters While still slightly soft put into suitable jars and let set They will instantly melt on the skin on contact they can be a little greasy though but great for dry skin and through the winter months You can if wish add a tablespoon of

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=675:easy-body-butter&catid=69:body-butter-anhydrous&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Velvet Veil Skin Butter
    did in this type of formulation 0 5g FO I wanted a light mousse like balm I am really pleased with how this feels on the skin I think the emulsifier really does add something to the product plus the cyclo alterenative does without a doubt cut the oily feel Of course it is completely lipid based so will take longer to absorb than a cream but there is no doubt that absorption is much quicker it is far less tacky and spreads lovely on the skin The after feel is amazing I have used nearly half of it already I heated all the butters for at least 15 minutes then added the baobab and cyclo and began stick blending to oblivion over a cold bath When it had cooled but still fluid I added the herbal blend vit E and the FO stick blended for a few more minutes potten then in the fridge where is still is I now think this would have been better gently mixed and not blended to produce a more dense end product This said I absolutely love the way this feels on the skin Regarding the frangrance I usually go for EO s

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=616:velvet-veil-skin-butter&catid=69:body-butter-anhydrous&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Butter Exotica
    Home Recipes Body Butters and Balms Anhydrous Butter Exotica Butter Exotica This is a luxurious body butter with a real exotic twist Who needs the Body Shop Ingredients 40g Unrefined Shea Butter 10g Virgin Coconut Oil 10g Mango Butter 10g Avocado Butter 10g Hemp Butter 18ml Fixed oil of choice 1 Vitamin E 15 20 drops essential oil or 1 Fragrance of choice 1 Melt the mango and hemp butter in a non aluminium bowl over a pan of boiling water 2 Remove from heat and add the shea virgin coconut avocado butter and chosen fixed oil and stir well it isn t important that the shea coconut avocado etc become liquid they just need to be softened if they won t soften place mixture back on the heat for a moment 3 Now begin whisking or use a stick blender Start on low then move to a higher setting you could use the freeze for 5 mix for 5 method if things are a little slow When you are sure the mixture has cooled to at least room temperature add your vitamin E and essential oils fragrance and continue whipping until light and fluffy 4 Spoon into a jar

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70:butter-exotica&catid=69:body-butter-anhydrous&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Shea Body Butter
    it absorbs excellently 1g Vitamin E 15 20 Drops essential oils or 1 fragrance of choice 1 Melt the shea butter in a non aluminium bowl over a pan of boiling water 2 Add the fixed oil and stir well 3 Remove from heat add fixed oil and stir well 4 Allow to cool then cover and put in the freezer for 5 minutes 5 Remove from the freezer add

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=69:shea-body-butter&catid=69:body-butter-anhydrous&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Cardamom and Rasperry Seed Facial Scrub
    Contact Us FAQ s Links Blog Links List All Products Product Search Advanced Search Home Recipes Scrubs and Exfoliants Cardamom and Rasperry Seed Facial Scrub Cardamom and Rasperry Seed Facial Scrub Our thanks to Linda for this lovely recipe Looks just wonderful A beautiful facial scrub that is gentle but effective and smells oh so heavenly I use the Swedish gentleman s emulsifiers so will post exactly as I make it so feel free to change and adjust as desired 1st Phase Heat to over 75 degrees 10ml Castor Oil 6 ml Macadamia Nut Oil 2g Shea Butter 2g Cetyl Alcohol 3g VE Emulisifier 2nd Phase heat to 75 degrees 5g MF Emulsifier 63 ml Rose Water 3 ml Glycerine 3rd Phase Col down under 40 degrees 1g Preservative Eco 2 ml vitamin E oil 2 g Cardamom 2g Rasperry seeds I have left 1g to add essential oils if desired I personally use a few drops of geranium petting rain and lavender Mix phase 1 and 2 together when they are both over 75 degrees When they have cooled down to under 40 degrees add third stage ingredients Copyright 2016 Fresholi All Rights Reserved We use cookies to improve

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=718:cardamom-and-rasperry-seed-facial-scrub&catid=70:scrubs-and-exfoliants&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • 'Lush' Exfoliating Body Butter Bar
    cheaper version of the one sold in Lush the original also used ground almonds This version is almost as good as the original it s lovely for exfoliating anywhere sensible on your body and leaves skin really soft My boyfriend was so impressed with the results that he was content to let me spend money buying ingredients for it The essential oils mentioned below are those featured in the original You can vary them according to your own personal taste I have done a version which also had geranium oil included that was well received The quantities can happily be halved doubled without any problems Enjoy Ingredients 65g cocoa butter 45g shea butter 105g ground rice 105g aduki beans 8 drops lavender oil 8 drops bergamot oil 2 small moulds a loaf tin might work Melt the two butters together I put them in the microwave and make sure that I stir them frequently Grind the aduki beans in a spice mill or coffee grinder until they are quite fine with no large lumps left a liquidiser or food processor might work but I have never tried Add the lavender and bergamot oils to the melted butters and stir well

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=304:new-lush-body-butter-bar&catid=70:scrubs-and-exfoliants&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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  • Sweet Apple Dip & Scrub
    flakey skin and will help to revive your tan as well as boost circulation Do this once or twice a week Ingredients 1 sliced apple 20 30 ml olive oil 2 tablespoons brown sugar Slice the apple in half Pour olive oil onto a small plate sugar onto another plate Dip half the apple into the olive oil then into the sugar and exfoliate the skin in small circular motions

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=149:sweet-apple-dip-a-scrub&catid=70:scrubs-and-exfoliants&Itemid=38 (2016-04-28)
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