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Ever wondered which ingredient makes up the largest percentage in lotions? Water! If you look at the ingredients list on product labels, you will noti...
Tools:- 1-cup glass measuring cup- 2-cup glass measuring cup- saucepan just large enough to fit the 1-cup measurerIngredients:- 1/4 cup olive oil- 1 1...
Fill a small saucepan with water and set it on medium low to use as a water bath.
Combine the oil and e. wax into the heatproof 1-cup measurer and melt the mixture in the water bath.
Fill the 2-cup measurer with water and heat it in the microwave on high for 2 minutes or until it boils. Alternatively, boil water on the stove and p...
When the oil/wax mixture has melted, pour it into the water. Your lotion should now have the consistency of skim milk.
Let it cool slightly, stir with a spoon or chopstick and pour the lotion into a bottle while it's still warm and pourable. Otherwise, it would be hard...
Leave the cap off to let it cool completely, but occasionally cap the lotion and give it a quick shake to help blend the mixture.
As is, this plain, scent-free lotion is great for babies and people with sensitive skin. But this recipe is very forgiving and you can easily vary it...
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