EKOKOZA winter magic cup

EKOKOZA winter magic cup
This spray packed with butters and essential oils will become your best friend for all days full of colds, dry skin, hardened heels and tired hair ends. More information
Ingredients for this recipeOlive butterMacadamia butterMurumuru butterVitamin EEucalyptus essential oilStar anise essential oilLemon essential oil
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Description

What will be needed?

- Olive butter

- Macadamia butter

- Murumuru butter

- Vitamin E

- Eucalyptus essential oil

- Star anise essential oil

- Lemon essential oil (If you plan to use it on the ends of your hair and you're not blonde, I'd skip the lemon as it tends to lighten it. On the other hand, it's fantastic for calloused skin on the elbows or heels.)

This spray packed with butters and essential oils will become your best friend for all days full of colds, dry skin, hardened heels and tired hair ends.

How to do it?

Even though the fart is magical, save the magic cauldrons and wands for another time. The procedure is devilishly simple!

In a water bath, it is enough to melt the butters - olive, murumuru and macadamia in a ratio of 2:1:1 (olive is slightly more gooey and the other two are harder, the consistency is great in this ratio). As soon as you have a homogeneous liquid in the can, remove from the flame.

Next comes vitamin E and essential oils. As for vitamin E, I have recently received more questions about its concentration. Usually around 1% of the total mixture is stated, but I can easily add more. When I had the biggest skin problems some two years ago, I dabbed the most desperate places with pure vitamin in the evening - it healed faster, the skin regenerated at lightning speed, and it mostly saved me from scabs and dry, peeling skin.

What happens when you add a combination of star anise, eucalyptus and lemon? You will get a smell somewhere between a cracker, Christmas and that crack stick from the pharmacy that you stick in your nose and suddenly breathe. In addition to being extremely fragrant, the combination is also extremely effective - see below. I added about 5 drops of lemon, 5 drops of star anise and 15 drops of eucalyptus to about 200 ml of the mixture.

Finally, just pour the entire mixture into cups, wait for it to harden, and paint yourself crazy with the result!

How & why does it work?

All the butters used are absolutely excellent for dry skin and hair. Murumuru butter in particular is supposed to be a real treasure for the ends. Olive butter is particularly rich in vitamin E, which not only helps to regenerate and renew the skin faster, but also extends the life of the entire mix.

Star anise will spice up your cup at Christmas, but you will also appreciate it when you have a cold and breathing problems, when together with eucalyptus, they stretch your nose better than an unhygienic stick (regardless of the fact that by smearing the ointment around your nose, you also prevent flakes of dry skin that in combination with makeup will give everyone the "trendy look" of an old dinosaur). Lemon is especially a cure for hardened skin, so you won't find a better essential oil for your heels, elbows and cuticles.

Raw materials
Olive butter
Macadamia butter
Murumuru butter
Vitamin E
Eucalyptus essential oil
Star anise essential oil
Lemon essential oil
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