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Celebrating Groundhog Day!

groundhogCan you believe it? Today is Groundhog Day! While I have no idea how much longer winter will have its hold on the Northern Hemisphere, I can tell you that I can’t wait to get in the garden. I have visions of plump strawberries, rosy tomatoes and luscious lettuce. Before I get too far ahead of myself, I wanted to make a light lotion that would keep my skin moisturized, despite the changing weather. Come join me for this fantastic recipe!

Finished Night Cream

Finished Cream

I love this recipe because when you first apply it, the lotion is ultra light and silky. It takes a few seconds to rub in but when the lotion rubs in, the skin feels dewy and a nice powdery finish . It is amazing! If you looking for a light, hydrating lotion, I beg you to give this recipe a try. It is amazing and I want a whole 16 bottle to myself! Cheers!

Conditioning Emulsifier
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Golden Jojoba
Stearic Acid
Liquid Germall Plus
Microwave Safe Container


Recipe in Grams
60 grams Conditioning Emulsifier
36 grams Glycerin
36 grams Hydrovance
18 grams Lanolin
72 grams Fractionated Coconut Oil
120 grams Golden Jojoba
12 grams Stearic Acid
840 grams Water
6 grams Liquid Germall Plus
Q.S. Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
2.12 oz Conditioning Emulsifier
1.27 oz Glycerin
1.27 oz Hydrovance
0.63 oz Lanolin
2.54 oz Fractionated Coconut Oil
4.23 oz Golden Jojoba
0.42 oz Stearic Acid
29.63 oz Water
0.21 oz Liquid Germall Plus
Q.S. Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
5% Conditioning Emulsifier
3% Glycerin
3% Hydrovance
1.5% Lanolin
6% Fractionated Coconut Oil
10% Golden Jojoba
1% Stearic Acid
70% Water
0.5% Liquid Germall Plus
Q.S. Fragrance Oil

Weighing Ingredients

Weighing Ingredients

Weigh everything except the Liquid Germall Plus into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until hot. The mixture does need to be hot enough to melt our stearic acid. We recommend heating in 30 second increments. This way you can check on the mixture and avoid super-heating the lotion.

Mixing Lotion

Mixing Lotion

Using an immersion blender, mix the lotion. You don’t want to have a slick off oil on the surface of your lotion. Mix until no oil rises to the surface when it is allowed to sit. Allow the mixture to cool below 120 F before adding the preservative and any fragrance oil of your choice. Transfer the cooled lotion in your container, label and enjoy!

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