Ointment for itching, allergies and rashes

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Ointment for itching, allergies and rashes
Did the mosquitoes enjoy you at night? Are you suffering from an unpleasant rash? Or do you have allergies? Our great ointment with bentonite, baking soda and herbs will help with everything!More information
Ingredients for this recipe3 tablespoons of shea butter1 tablespoon of jojoba oil1 spoon of calendula flower1 spoon of beeswax2 tablespoons of baking soda2 spoons of bentonite2 teaspoons of fairy water10 drops of peppermint essential oil5 drops of tea tree oilA glass with a lid 120ml
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And here we are with the last article in our little summer mastic series!

We have already managed to make a fragrant ointment for sore throats with lavender, calendula and chamomile, which will help you with many troubles, whether it is a broken knee, bumps or abrasions, and the most pleasant soothing ointment with aloe vera and lavender, which will relieve unpleasant irritation skin from the sun, burns or sun allergies.

Today we're going to mix up a natural miracle full of great ingredients that will help with itchiness and rashes caused by various allergies.

One cleaning and three different ointments

We don't list three recipes for ointments in several articles in a row just because you will use them all the most right now, in the summer, and that they will probably come in handy on similar occasions... (Or am I the only one who manages to burn myself on one vacation shoulders, rub your knee, and still earn some serious mosquito bites? :)

But suddenly we write about them mainly because the best decision is to make all three of them at once! The base of the salves is similar, the main ingredients are oils, butter and dried herbs such as calendula and lavender, so if you start production and prepare everything, it would be a shame not to take advantage of it and mix at least two of them at once. This will save you a lot of time... and dishes too. And that's always nice, right? :)

You don't have to worry about the products spoiling, the ointment for sore throats and sore throats can last more than a year in the refrigerator, and the ointment for burns and sun irritation can last about four months in the refrigerator.

Miracle homemade ointment for itchiness and itching

It's almost unbelievable how effective this ointment is. However, the production is really simple and you won't find any unnecessary synthetic drugs in its composition. It works great for stings, insect bites, but also for various skin rashes, irritations or allergies. If you have more sensitive skin, make double the amount.

And also take a look at how to make a homemade repellent or insect spray so that there are as few bites and nasty insects in your area as possible.

What does it take?

For the production of 120 ml of ointment

- 3 tablespoons of shea butter

- 1 tablespoon of jojoba oil (or virgin coconut oil or other nourishing oil)

- 1 spoon of calendula flower

- 1 spoon of beeswax

- 2 tablespoons of baking soda

- 2 spoons of bentonite

- 2 teaspoons of fairy water

- 10 drops of peppermint essential oil

- 5 drops of tea tree oil

How to do it?

First you need to make calendula oil, but it is not difficult. Dissolve the coconut oil in a water bath (place a heat-resistant glass bowl or jar in a pot of water and let it boil). When it is liquid, pour marigold into it, cover with a lid and let it cook on low heat for about half an hour. Then strain the oil through a fine sieve or cloth so that no calendula remains in it.

But if you don't want to make calendula oil or if you don't have calendula, it doesn't matter. You can make a great ointment against itching even without calendula. On the other hand, calendula ointment provides excellent healing abilities, so if time and herb supplies allow, prepare calendula oil.

Reheat the strained calendula oil in a water bath and add beeswax and shea butter. Stir until everything is dissolved and nicely mixed. When everything is liquid, remove the pot from the stove and add the bentonite and baking soda to the mixture. Mix until the tallow looks like mud (yes, you really will feel like you've made fragrant mud :)). Add elven water, essential oils and mix again. Then all you have to do is pour the mixture into a nice glass with a lid (with a volume of about 120 ml) and that's it! The mixture solidifies in a few minutes into a very nice spreadable cream or ointment.

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Raw materials
3 tablespoons of shea butter
1 tablespoon of jojoba oil
1 spoon of calendula flower
1 spoon of beeswax
2 tablespoons of baking soda
2 spoons of bentonite
2 teaspoons of fairy water
10 drops of peppermint essential oil
5 drops of tea tree oil
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A glass with a lid 120ml
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