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Creme’ de La’ Creme!

Group 1 Ingredients:
3/4 cup Fractionated Coconut oil. You can choose any other liquid
oil of
choice (grapeseed, apricot, almond, etc..)
1/3 cup Coconut oil
1 tsp Cocoa Butter
1/2 oz Beeswax
Group 2 Ingredients:
1/3 cup Aloe Vera Gel
1/3 cup Witch Hazel
1/3 cup Distilled Water

Melt group 1 ingredients over low heat in a double boiler. Heat the ingredients just enough to melt them.
Pour mixture into a glass measuring cup and let cool to room temperature. Oils should become thick, creamy, semisolid, and creamcolored.
Place Group 2 ingredients (also room temperature) into a blender.
Turn blender on highest speed. In a slow, thin drizzle, pour group 1 oil mixture into the blender. When most of the oil mixture has been added to the water mixture, listen to the blender, when the blender "coughs" and the cream looks thick, turn the blender off, do not overbeat! If there is still a little liquid left, handbeat it in. It will continue to thicken a bit as it sets up. End of recipe I chose not to use a preservative in this as I was just messing around.But If I were to, I would place either vit E, or GSE into the oil mixture when melting. Also, add your own (eo’sfo’s) to the finished creme.

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