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The Perfect Cuticle Jelly

The Perfect Cuticle Jelly

Finished Perfect Cuticle Jelly

In yesterday’s blog, I told you about my quest to formulate The Perfect Cuticle Jelly. After making multiple test batches, I have finally come up with the perfect recipe.

All I needed was a little more Castor Oil to really give it that jelly-like texture. I lowered the amount of Oil Perfection Base and added Castor Oil.

Just like yesterday, this recipe will make 8 ounces or 226 grams. This recipe turned out much thicker than the two recipes from yesterday. When dispensing, I had no problems with it coming out too fast. This Perfect Cuticle Jelly has a strong scent. So if that isn’t your thing then consider lowering the amount of fragrance oil in the recipe.

Keep on reading for the final recipe.

Oil Perfection Base
Castor Oil
Carnauba Wax
Aloe Butter
White Cocoa Butter
Hemp Butter
Orchid Extract
Calendula Extract
Black Raspberry Fragrance
Microwave Safe Container

Recipe #3:

Recipe in Grams
76.8 grams Oil Perfection Base
4.5 grams Carnauba Wax
45.2 grams Aloe Butter
36.1 grams Castor Oil
11.3 grams White Cocoa Butter
45.2 grams Hemp Butter
2.2 grams Orchid Extract
3.4 grams Calendula Extract
1.1 grams Black Raspberry Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Ounces
2.7 ounces Oil Perfection Base
0.16 ounces Carnauba Wax
1.6 ounces Aloe Butter
1.28 ounces Castor Oil
0.4 ounces White Cocoa Butter
1.6 ounces Hemp Butter
0.08 ounces Orchid Extract
0.12 ounces Calendula Extract
0.04 ounces Black Raspberry Fragrance Oil
Recipe in Percentages
34% Oil Perfection Base
2% Carnauba Wax
20% Aloe Butter
16% Castor Oil
5% White Cocoa Butter
20% Hemp Butter
1% Orchid Extract
1.5% Calendula Extract
0.5% Black Raspberry Fragrance Oil

Measuring the Oil Perfection Base

Weighing the ingredients

Adding the final ingredients

Adding the fragrance oil after heating

Weigh out all of the ingredients except for the extracts and the fragrance oil, these will be added after the mixture has been heated. Heat the oils in the microwave, stirring occasionally. Once everything is melted, you can add the remaining ingredients and stir well. Now, it is ready to pour. This recipe works perfectly in any of our dropper bottles.

Don’t forget to ask for a sample on your next order, and let us know what you think. Enjoy!

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