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Your favorite petalheads discuss The Fool in Tarot and Frankincense Oil
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Total Time: 5 minutes
In a double boiler, melt the shea butter until it’s liquid.
Make sure the oil is not so hot that it will burn you, then add the other oils and stir together to combine. Having the shea butter be room temperature or a little warmer is best.
You can either smear it on your scar right away, or if you’d like to make it into a shelf-stable cream texture, place the mixture in the fridge until it’s cool for a few minutes, then use a hand mixer on high speed to whip the oils into a white cream.
Pour into a glass jar or containers, and keep it at room temperature to use whenever you want.
Total Time: 5 minutes
This all-natural night cream is great to help you fall asleep. It also doubles as a skin health-booster if you apply it to your face and may be able to help clear up blemishes or breakouts.
Use coconut oil that’s not solid but rather soft. If need be, heat it first in a double broiler.
Add the other oils and stir together to combine. Spread over your face and body. You may want to pat yourself off after to not allow the oil to seep into your bed sheets. You can also store this to use at another time.
Place the olive oil, shea butter, coconut oil and beeswax in a glass bowl in a pan with warm water (or you can use a double-boiler).
Heat the ingredients, while stirring, until they melt. Continue to stir until well blended.
Remove from heat and allow to cool. Add the essential oil.
Stir again until well blended. Check the consistency. For a thinner, creamier consistency, use a hand mixer (or electric mixer) for one or two minutes.
Place in your favorite container. Dark glass is best for extending shelf life.
Apply, as needed, to the hands, face and body, avoiding the eyes.
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