Aloe Vera Cream

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  • In a small double boiler, melt beeswax, shea butter, and coconut oil, on low heat, whisking constantly
  • Mean while, on your cutting board, trim the side spines off aloe leaves
  • Carefully take you knife and split the two sides of the leaves apart, exposing the inner pulp
  • Use a spoon to remove the pulp – it will be sticky
  • Add the aloe pulp into the food processor (or blender) and blend until smooth
  • While the food processor (or blender) is on, slowly add the melted oil and wax mixture to the aloe… 
  • ADD IT VERY SLOWLY, about 1 tbsp at a time
    • If you add the mixture too fast, the cream will get clumpy. No big deal, just melt it down again and whisk. 
    • Even if it clumps a little bit, it’s still good to use. You can modify your next recipe!
  • Add your cream into a glass jar
  • Fold in Vitamin E and your essential oils if using 
  • Store cream in the fridge up to 2 weeks
  • For sun- cooling all summer long, add the cream into silicone ice cube trays and store in the freezer for up to 3 months.double boiler

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