Body scrub with Dead Sea salt and Indian lotus

Body scrub with Dead Sea salt and Indian lotus
Make your own body peeling or scrub with salt from the Dead Sea and caring oils, which gently but effectively treats the skin of problem areas. Using natural and pure ingredients, you can brighten, nourish, soften and hydrate your skin in just a few minutes. More information
Ingredients for this recipe70g Dead Sea Salt40g Vegetable Glycerin8g Polysorbate 205.5g Coconut Fat5g Grapeseed Oil0.8g Fragrance Oil Indian Lotus0.7g preservative Cosgard
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Feet, elbows, knees, which often suffer from dry and hardened skin, but also areas such as the buttocks and thighs will greatly appreciate the body peeling treatment. And most importantly, they will return your care. If you want soft, radiant and even skin all over your body, adding exfoliation to your skin care routine is the best thing you can do. Regular use of body peeling will quickly improve not only your appearance, but also your overall feeling.

You can make a Dead Sea salt scrub from a few judiciously selected natural ingredients, and you can make it in less than 10 minutes.

What exactly is a body scrub?

A body scrub is a type of product used for skin exfoliation, often also called peeling. Using it, dead particles are mechanically removed from the skin, and the skin is nourished and hydrated at the same time thanks to the oils and other ingredients used. The result is not only a very pleasant feeling, but especially healthy and radiant skin.

Salt from the Dead Sea

Different types of salt can be used for salt body peeling. But if you want something really special, reach for salt from the Dead Sea. It is literally loaded with natural minerals such as magnesium, calcium or potassium and is completely unique in its composition. It is obtained only by evaporating water from the Dead Sea, it is very bitter and also, you might not expect, greasy to the touch.

It is used for the treatment of various skin problems such as eczema or rashes, but also for the relief of rheumatic pains or breathing difficulties. The relaxing effects of Dead Sea salt are also confirmed.

Therefore, try using peeling as an addition to your baths. Not only will you treat your skin mechanically, but thanks to the salt dissolved in the water, you will improve your entire condition!

What do we add to Dead Sea salt?

Fats need to be added to salt. Here you can play around or trust us and use a great combination of liquid grape oil and solid coconut oil in the scrub.

Vegetable glycerin will raise peeling to a completely different level. Not only will it create an absolutely exceptional consistency and make product application more pleasant, but it will especially add moisture to the skin and lock it in.

We also add Polysorbate 20 to the salt, oils and glycerin, which ensures that everything is easily and pleasantly rinsed off the skin and you don't get wet in the bath or shower. Polysorbate 20 also ensures that all ingredients mix well with the fragrance. Here we have chosen a body scrub that will give you the feeling that you have found yourself in a spa or on a caring treatment - Indian Lotus scented oil combines sandalwood, cedar, vanilla, jasmine and, of course, lotus. And it's really good, very uplifting and long lasting on the skin.

No need for more, let's mix!

Body scrub with Dead Sea salt and Indian lotus

What does it take?

For the production of 130 grams of product, which nicely fills a golden aluminum can with a transparent lid (we are working with a smaller amount in the photos, so it is not filled to the brim)

- 70 grams of Dead Sea salt

- 40 grams of vegetable glycerin

- 8 grams of Polysorbate 20

- 5.5 grams of coconut fat

- 5 grams of grape oil

- 0.8 grams of Indian Lotus fragrance oil

- 0.7 grams of Cosgard preservative

How to do it?

Prepare a water bath.

First, the Dead Sea salt must be finely ground. Do not leave large pieces of salt in the peeling, they could injure the skin. You can crush the salt quite easily in a mortar, or run it over a few times with a roller or other solid object in a well-sealed bag. It's seriously a quickie, don't let this step put you off. :)

Then weigh all the ingredients except the fragrance and preservative into a heat-resistant container and place in a water bath. Once the coconut oil is dissolved (which is quick again), remove the container from the water bath and mix everything in it well.

Add fragrance and preservative, mix everything well again and transfer the product to the selected package.

And it is done!

Raw materials
70g Dead Sea Salt
40g Vegetable Glycerin
8g Polysorbate 20
5.5g Coconut Fat
5g Grapeseed Oil
0.8g Fragrance Oil Indian Lotus
0.7g preservative Cosgard
Cosgard, 10 ml

Cosgard, 10 ml

2,64 EUR
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