Why so much? I just made up a batch of this, Marie, and I love it! So I was wondering what you version feels like. Without knowing the ratios of that, I’m curious about the pH of your aloe goo. I used Optiphen preservative and planning to give it to friends Next on my list is to try your Rose&Argan Body Conditioner. this is gonna be used iin a chocolate mousse from the boshboys. (use a milk bag?). Thanks! Happy making! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074SXZK5R/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Measure the vegetable glycerin, mix into the oat milk to combine. The ingredients are: Vegetable derived (Cetearyl Alcohol and Polysorbate 60)……? this website. I have calendula infused olive oil made, plus I could add some coconut oil & Shea butter. Marie – well I was a little sceptical – especially when I was at the pre whisking stage and I couldn’t imagine how the liquid in the bowl could become at all creamy – whizz bang whizz a few minutes later and it magically transformed into a most delicious cream. You can also easily make this vegan whipped treat at home for about $2 (which is roughly the cost of one can of coconut milk). Blend for about a minute, leave to cool for ten, blend for another minute or two, and repeat this blend-cool-blend cycle until the outside of the glass measuring cup is barely warm to the touch and the lotion is thick and creamy. Sign up for the Humblebee & Me newsletter to get more recipes and exclusive email content delivered straight to your inbox! Your email address will not be published. This recipe is so awesome. It sounds to me like the strainer might have just been a bit big. Let’s connect! Hi Marie…thx a lot for such luvly recipes…I was wondering if I can substitute oat milk with red wine…its vry gud 4 skin but m confused…could u help me with it n ya m planning to sell it so need 2 knw d shelf life of it without ny synthetic preservative…v dnt hav access to oragnic n natural preservatives here in India so if u cud tell me ny other preservative which wud b easily available here….thx in advance…:). Because cool down ingredients are typically present at very low amounts you’ll need to use an accurate scale—preferably one accurate to 0.01g. Hi! Whipped cream is a decadent addition to pies, hot chocolate, and many other sweet treats. Thanks. Marie, I’ve still got some lotion I made using the Geogard almost a year ago (I misplaced the half used tub in a bag and just found it again recently!) Once the lotion has cooled, whisk in the essential oils and the preservative. Look for a brand that isn't too thick or thin; you also want to choose one with a nice, clean oat flavor, but nothing so strong that it will overpower other ingredients. I think emulsifying wax is probably the only one I wouldn’t be able to go without, right? I changed what I thought was in the video. from the heat and weigh it. The one you linked to looks like it should work, but since they don’t list the ingredients I can’t be sure. Martha Stewart may receive compensation when you click through and purchase from links contained on Hoping this is not a daft question but this is the second oat cream recipe I’ve found – I tried making the first one yesterday but it has unfortunately come out slimy – so my question is, do I use the water that the oats are soaked in (so after soaking, do I drain the oats and reserve the liquid for use in the next stage) or is it fresh water that gets added to the cream? Is bee’s wax used as an emulsifying wax? They are the only creams that allow the eczema around my mouth to feel comfortable as with any other shop-bought or DIY cream I have tried, I can hardly open my mouth. Thanks so much; I’m gaining quite the apothecary cupboards in my home; it’s quite an upfront investment, but I won’t have to buy anything; and so many gift options!! Double check if it is sweetened or unsweetened. However, the oldest lotion I have right now with GSE as a preservative is 9 months old. It must have been a limited production item, but that’s OK. They start off my calling it an antioxidant (which it is), but their claims about it being an effective preservative in concoctions that include water are quite far-fetched. So I want to use the colloidal oatmeal. There are so many delicious ways to use this hard-shell squash, from soups and salads to lasagna and pizza. Ooh, wonderful! I’d really recommend giving that a try for your sensitive skin—it has been a hit with everyone I know who has tried it, and many readers. The four ingredients in this vegan oat cream, on the other hand, are cheap and widely available in NA and the EU. But this light cream would be wonderful for me in summertime, when I’m sweaty all ti time, I guess! I’m not finding any Home Presence kitchen scales available at this time. More importantly, since some of your measurements are very precise (especially as I noticed for soap making) it seems that minor inaccuracies could make or break the product. Ready to get more adventurous? “one or two drops” of Germall (I use Liquid Germall Plus) wouldn’t have been enough for this formula. Hi Marie, I’ve been thinking about alternatives for the emulsifying part of the recipe, since I’d like to try to make my products all natural (and also because currently I’m in an isolated part of the world with limited store selections and high customs taxes…). 80 C? Just bought some liquid leucidal and will give it a try. You’re 100% right about the shelf life—I wouldn’t do DIY oat milk again—but hydrolyzed oats don’t have the starchy things that we get from (and love) in oat milk. Hi Sara! Hmmm… yeah. Norma – you can buy unscented cocoa butter. Hey Crystal! I will be sure to enjoy them :o), Your suggestions sound great! I think it’s exactly what you’re looking for . Can I substitute it with Shea butter by weight, or is this a volume issue? . It’s significantly cheaper so that leads me to believe that it’s probably not the same.. http://www.canwax.com/Botanical-Aloe-Vera-Powder-organic_p_2431.html. Stir with a flexible silicone spatula to incorporate. I got the idea from Lush—their Dream Cream Body Cream is one of their best sellers.