When You Try This 2,000 Year Old Lotion Recipe, You’ll Know Why People Still Use It

We all like our skin soft and moisturized, but we bet that no one is happy to read that their favorite conventional lotions are loaded with chemicals and additives. Remember, everything you put on your skin directly absorbs deep into it.



Use many natural ingredients to make an efficient lotion, but this 2000-year-old-recipe will soon become your favorite.

It was first used as a cold cream 2,000 years ago in Greece, and today its recipe is available to everyone who likes to improve their skin complexion. This lotion moisturizes skin, removes makeup, reduces wrinkles and aging signs.

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon of raw organic honey
  • 8 tablespoons of grated beeswax
  • 200 ml of almond oil
  • About a half cup of rosewater
  • 2 small, cleaned and sanitized jars

Preparation:

Melt honey, almond oil and beeswax together on a low heat. Use a double boiler. Once everything melts, take the mixture of the heat and let it cool. Pour the rosewater into a bowl and add the beeswax. Add a few drops at a time and whisk every time you add some of the wax. Once it is fully saturated, let the cream cool. Keep the lotion in your jar and let it cool completely before closing it with a lid.







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Source: High Perspective

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