Recipe: Light cream
A light cream that protects the skin without suffocating it or weighing it down, for a smooth day!
1 x Flacon (30 mL)
or 1 x Flacon (50 mL)
Benefits: this cream helps nourish, regulate, soften and protect all in lightness!
For: combination to oily skin.
Texture: creamy with a soft and silky touch.
Odor: it's up to you to choose the hydrosol you prefer!
Focus on the ingredients of the recipe:
Water: it is the solvent of the recipe. It dissolves the other ingredients.
Flower hydrosol: the hydrosol you are going to use will scent your product. Depending on the hydrosol chosen, the virtues are different.
Glycerin: it is a moisturizing agent that prevents the evaporation of water from the skin but also of the product.
Vegetable oil: it will nourish, regulate, soften and soften your skin (the virtues differ depending on the oil chosen).
Natural emulsifier for BeautyMix fluid cream: c 'is an emulsifier base that provides a cream with a pleasant and soft touch on the skin.
Preservative: it allows the preparation to be effectively preserved to prevent any proliferation of microorganisms.
Mattifying active ingredient (optional): it rebalances the content and quality of sebum. It eliminates free radicals and reduces the shiny appearance.
pH of the finished product: between 5.0 and 6.0
Apply your cream morning and evening to previously cleansed skin using upward smoothing movements from the inside to the outside of the face. Precautions for use: avoid contact with the eyes.
Precautions before starting
Thoroughly clean the BeautyMix. Then, soak a clean cloth in 70 ° alcohol (available in supermarkets) and use it to disinfect the BeautyMix bowl and all the utensils. Let dry.
Clean the worktop and remove any objects that might get in the way.
Place a clean paper towel on the worktop, and place the utensils on it. You will need a clean teaspoon or spatula, and a clean, dry container for pouring in when ready. Wash hands thoroughly.
Respect the dosages indicated for the ingredients of the recipe.
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