What will you need?
- 120 grams of cold-pressed almond oil
- 40 grams of laurel oil or prickly pear oil
- 20 grams of Polysorbate 80
How to do it?
Laurel oil (or bay leaf oil) has been known since ancient times for its beneficial effects on the skin. The oil is rich in oleic acid, which nourishes, softens, brightens and softens the skin. This oil perfectly nourishes and moisturizes the skin. Laurel oil is liquid at room temperature, if you have it from the fridge and it has solidified, you need to warm it up.
Almond oil nourishes, softens and moisturizes the skin. Increases skin elasticity.
And so let's go! First, weigh the oils. Add Polysorbate-80 to the oil. Polysorbate-80 is suitable for cosmetics intended for sensitive skin as well.
Mix thoroughly to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Pour the hydrophilic oil into a clean bottle. Apply a small amount of oil to the face and rub it into the skin with gentle massaging movements. Then wash with warm water.