For this beeswax soap do the following:
Melt the beeswax pellets and keep it warm so that the beeswax remains in liquid form. Melt the soap base separately and then mix it in with the warm and still liquid beeswax. Add the honey to the mixture and keep stirring until the honey has completely melted. Pour into a mold and let the soap set.
Ingredients required for this soap:
Melt the unscented glycerin soap over low heat until it has turned into a liquid. Add to the liquid the one-teaspoon of grated beeswax. Stir the mixture until it has all melted together. Remove from heat and add the scent and the coloring (if desired). Stir all of the ingredients together until they are well blended. Pour the bees wax soap mixture into a mold and let the soap set until hardened or approximately three hours.
Recipe for this soap:
Melt all the ingredients together and pour the soap mixture into a mold. Let the beeswax soap harden.
Follow the recipe below to make this all-natural hand cream;
Melt the ¼ cup of beeswax and ½ cup of coconut oil together over a double boiler. Add the almond oil and rosewater and heat until it is all well mixed. This will require several minutes. Next, pour the hand cream into a container while the mixture is still hot because it does harden as it cools and it will then be more difficult to transfer the cream into a container.
Recipe for another hand cream that you can make at home:
Melt the beeswax and petroleum jelly together over a double boiler. Add all the rest of the ingredients and heat for about five minutes. The mixture should be smooth, well mixed, and heated throughout. Pour into a container while the hand cream is still hot.
Coconut oil is great for the skin and this hand cream takes advantage of that. Make this hand cream with the recipe below:
Melt the ¼ cup of beeswax and the coconut oil over a double boiler. Add the remaining ingredients and heat until smooth. This will require approximately four to five minutes. Pour the beeswax hand cream into a container while it is still hot.
Recipe for a cold cream that is great for your skin:
Melt the 1/3 cup of beeswax over a double boiler. Once melted, add all the remaining ingredients. Heat the mixture for several minutes until all the ingredients are well mixed. Pour the final mixture into containers while still hot. The cream hardens as it cools.
A cream using beeswax to help relieve the symptoms of eczema:
Rub a little dab or this mixture into the affected skin area after bathing and while the skin is still moist (but not wet).
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