Extra creamy cleansing and make-up removing balm with Damascus rose powder

30 min
Easy
Extra creamy cleansing and make-up removing balm with Damascus rose powder
A recipe for making the creamiest homemade cleansing and make-up removing balm from natural ingredients. The rich balm is incredibly pleasant on the skin, removes impurities from the skin and removes make-up.More information
Ingredients for this recipe50g babassu oil19.3g stearic acid10g emulsifying wax Olivem 100010g castor oil5g cetyl alcohol5g Damask rose powder0.5g vitamin E0.2g Cosgard preservative
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Description

A recipe for making the creamiest homemade cleansing and make-up removing balm from natural ingredients. The rich balm is incredibly pleasant on the skin, removes impurities from the skin and removes make-up.

Recipes for making cleansing and make-up removing balms are very popular with you, and we are not surprised at all! The creation is fun, fast and uncomplicated, but the result is luxurious, sophisticated and extremely effective. The cleansing balm that we will make together today is a sophisticated and ultra-creamy variant of the already excellent Chocolate cleansing balm with pink clay and cherries. We've embellished the recipe slightly, tweaked it and created a divinely rich make-up remover balm that you have to try!

You may be surprised to find that the new "improved" recipe is actually easier than the original one. We create the base by mixing wallet-friendly, very pleasant fats - babassu oil and castor oil. To them we add emulsifying wax, stearic acid and cetyl alcohol, which ensure a rich creamy structure and the product's ability to mix with water and thus remove make-up and impurities from the skin. Instead of clay, this time we will use a wonderfully fragrant damask rose powder, which treats, soothes and exfoliates the skin very gently. Thanks to the floral scent of Damask rose powder, there is no need to add essential oil or cosmetic fragrance, the powder itself will transport you to a heavenly rose garden with its scent. Then just add vitamin E and a preservative to support the durability and safety of the product and that's it!

The production is also simple and pleasantly minimalistic. We heat all the ingredients in a hot water bath to combine, and then cool them in an ice bath to get a really smooth, extra creamy balm. It's done in a few minutes!

The balm is soft, rich and transforms on the skin into a perfectly "slippery" caressing product that dissolves make-up and removes impurities in an instant. It can be used on both dry and wet skin, and you can wipe it off the skin with a damp cloth or simply wash it off. Try it out and find out what works best for you.

Happy crafting!

Extra creamy cleansing and make-up removing balm with Damascus rose powder

What does it take?

per 100 grams of finished balm

we heat up

  • 50 grams of babassu oil
  • 19.3 grams of stearic acid
  • 10 grams of emulsifying wax Olivem 1000 (Emulsifying wax NF can also be used)
  • 10 grams of castor oil
  • 5 grams of cetyl alcohol
  • 5 grams of Damask rose powder

add while cooling

  • 0.5 grams of vitamin E
  • 0.2 grams of Cosgard preservative

How to do it?

Weigh all ingredients except vitamin E and preservative into a smaller heat-resistant container. Place the container in a water bath and let it dissolve on low heat for about 20 minutes.

In the meantime, prepare an ice bath in another, large, bowl - cover several ice cubes with cold water (in the colder months, the ice can be omitted, cold water is sufficient).

When everything you are heating is liquid, remove the container from the warm water bath and mix the contents well. Only then transfer the mixture in the container to the ice bath. Stir the cooling mixture continuously and don't forget to "scrape" the faster-setting mixture from the sides with a spatula. Stir and let cool until a "trace" appears. This means that the mixture will be so stiff that when you scoop up a small amount and drip it into the rest of the mixture, there will be a slight "mark" on the surface of the mixture. The mixture will be pleasantly stiff, like pudding before cooling. At this point it's time to transfer the product to the packaging - we recommend something that will allow you to scoop up the balm well, like this elegant black puck or two glass cream containers, these blue or transparent ones are absolutely fabulous for the balm. Allow the mixture to cool completely in the package for an hour or two, and then enjoy your extra creamy balm.

 

 

 

Raw materials
50g babassu oil
19.3g stearic acid
10g emulsifying wax Olivem 1000
10g castor oil
5g cetyl alcohol
5g Damask rose powder
0.5g vitamin E
0.2g Cosgard preservative
Offer
Cosgard, 10 ml

Cosgard, 10 ml

2,64 EUR
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