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Magical Moisturizer

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Many of you have asked for the recipe for this magical moisturizer, so here it is. Please note a couple things:

1. you should choose your base oils based on your skin type. I have posted a graphic about base oils and skin type at the bottom of this post.

2. there are many many essential oils that are great for the skin. I chose these ones based on my needs, but you aren’t limited to these. Except to say — ALWAYS use Frankincense. Always. It’s magic for healthy, youthful skin.

My recipe:

1/4 cup coconut oil
1 tsp jojoba oil
1 tsp rosehip seed oil

Whip these oils together (I just used a fork)

Add these essential oils:

8 drops Frankincense
6 drops Lavender
6 drops Geranium
2 drops Myrrh
2 drops Rose

Mix them all together and put in a jar.

You may find that this moisturizer takes a little longer to absorb into your skin than what you are using now, but that’s a good thing. It gives you time to really massage it in, and massaging your skin increases blood and oxygen flow, which in the long term increases collagen production — which gives you a youthful glow.