• SERUMS and INFUSED OILS

    HOW TO MAKE INFUSED OIL

    Many times we have in the garden, or even in pots, plants that we do not know that if we dry them they can be very useful. In this article we want to explain to you how we can prepare infused oil with the dried flowers of our garden to obtain their properties and be able to use them in creams and ointments. A MACERATED OIL is nothing more than oil infused with the essence and therapeutic properties of a plant that we let macerate in the oil. Some examples of macerated oils and their properties: Arnica (flowers): Contusions, bumps, bruises, oedema, heavy legs. Arnica, St. John’s wort and Calendula…

  • SERUMS and INFUSED OILS

    REGENERATING SOLAR BURNS SERUM

    For those who do not know what a serum is in natural cosmetics, to explain that it is a very simple preparation that normally consists of the combination of a quality vegetable oil appropriate to the skin problem that we want to treat and a few drops of essential oils also suitable to our specific problem. There are variations of serums like this that we are going to prepare in which we include aloe vera because it will be very useful as a regenerator of skin exposed to the sun. Continuing with the theme of summer and photoprotection, we wanted to include a recipe for skin regenerating serum for those…

  • SERUMS and INFUSED OILS

    ANTI-AGING SERUM

    We have formulated this serum with aloe vera and glycerin, instead of base oil, to make it very light. The infusion of rosemary and its essential oil give it interesting anti-aging properties since rosemary is invigorating and activates microcirculation. The addition of ascorbic acid illuminates the skin of the face and gives it the properties of a facial anti-blemish. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon (15 grs) of vegetable glycerin 1 tablespoon (15 grs) of aloe gel as natural as possible 2 tablespoons infused rosemary 1 vitamin C tablet, crushed 5 drops of rosemary AE Procedure: We prepare and weigh the ingredients that we will need Firstly, we will infuse the rosemary and…