Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Homemade Nourishing Creams

A rich nourishing and emollient night cream on the face, arms and other vulnerable parts of the body will help to prevent and heal dry skin in winter. Nourishing preparations include all the skin foods whether they are oil-based or of the moisturizing type, whether they are light and immediately absorbed or heavy and sticky, needing to be massaged into the skin. To make a homemade Glycerine nourishing cream first take two tablespoons of glycerine and two tablespoons of lemon juice. Then mix both the ingredients and use it like a cold cream for skin nourishment before going to bed. It is a good Nourishing Creams.

To make a Marigold nourishing cream firstly take five hundred grams of vegetable lard, one teaspoon of tincture of benzoin, five hundred grams of marigold flower, five hundred ml of spirit of wine. After that place marigold flowers in a big glass jar and wrap them with feeling of wine. Keep it in the sunlight for atleast a week. Shake the jar mundane. Heat veggie lard and when it melts arouse in gist. Add tincture of benzoin to maintain it. As it starts cooling stream into a jar slowly and blend exhaustively. It is better for oily skin. Honey is really helpful for an arid, crude and susceptible rind. To have a wholesome honey ointment for sallow rind, mixture 3 tablespoons lanolin, 1 tablespoon honey and 1 tea­spoon lecithin in a bowl and dissolve over a water tub. Slowly make 4 tablespoons hot water to it, beating ceaselessly until it cools.

To make a Cucumber nourishing cream, take four teaspoons of cucumber juice, twenty five ml of distilled water and one teaspoon of tincture of benzoin. Then mix all these ingredients easily. Place the mix in the refrigerator for five to six hours before applying on the cheek and neck. Keep if for twenty minutes and so rinse it away. This is better for all types of rind. To makw an Elder flower cream, mix together 3 tablespoons almond oil, 4 tablespoons elder flower blossoms and 1 tablespoon lanolin in a bowl over a water bath. Let it simmer together for an hour, strain, and then add warm water slowly.

Author: Juliet Cohen

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