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Honey Heirloom Cream

Yesterday I OOPSED. Today I am going to fix this heirloom cream. When making this cream I was rather stuck in what I should scent this with. As I got to the end however, I decided there was no way you could talk me into covering that delicious honey odor. This cream reminds me of the Greek dessert Loukoumades. They are like fried doughnut holes that are soaked in a rich aromatic honey syrup and then sprinkled with cinnamon. They are so good! One whiff of this cream and I am transported to the local Greek Festival surrounded by music, arts, crafts, and divine foods like Baklava, Galaktoboureko and Finikia.

This cream feels a little stiff and smooth. It makes me think of a massage cream that needs to be slowly worked into the skin. It makes the skin feel firm and dewy. Mnn. It makes me think of setting up a canopy in a field of golden wheat with the breeze blowing the stalks lazily. Can you hear the bees humming gently as the sun pours its golden rays down on you? Come join me in the kitchen for the Honey Heirloom Cream!

Collect Needed Items:

Stearic Acid
Emulsifying Wax
Lavender 40/42
Premixed Color
Mixing Container
Immersion Blender


Recipe in Ounces
4.29 oz Honey
6.575 oz Stearic Acid
39.71 oz Water
2.528 oz Emulsifying Wax
.53 oz Optiphen
Recipe in Grams
121 grams Honey
186 grams Stearic Acid
1125 grams Water
71 grams Emulsifying Wax
15 grams Optiphen
Recipe in Percentages
8% Honey
12% Stearic Acid
74% Water
5% Emulsifying Wax
1% Optiphen

Weigh everything except Optiphen into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until everything is liquid. Using an immersion blender mix everything well. Allow the solution to cool below 120° F before adding the Optiphen. Mix well. Pour into jars. Cap and enjoy!


Finished Cream

Finished Cream

Stearic Acid

Weighing Emulsifying Wax

Weighing Honey

Weighing Water

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