Home-made Eczema Cream

HOMEMADE ECZEMA CREAM/SKIN MOISTURIZER

*1/4 cup of oats, *3/4 cup of coconut oil

*Few drops of rosemary oil {optional}, *1 tbsp of olive oil

Finely grind the oats to a powder/flour consistency and set aside. {You can use a blender or food processor}

  1. Over a low heat, melt the coconut oil in a pan until it has a liquid consistency. Add in a few drops of Rosemary Oil.
  2. Add ground oats in the pan and mix until well blended.
  3. Now, pour the olive oil into the mixture until blended.
  4. Once all ingredients are mixed, remove from heat and pour in to a small storage container. {It filled up 1 1/2 baby food jars.} Let it harden for several hours.

Now that your recipe is complete… Apply to hands and skin as needed and feel the magic at work! ;-) Enjoy!

  • WHY OATS? Oatmeal contains healthy fats. When they come into contact with your skin, these fats help to add moisture to soften and repair your skin.
  • WHY COCONUT OIL? Coconut oil works wonders as a moisturizer for all skin types, especially dry skin and aging skin, leaving you refreshed and looking wide-awake. The fat in the oil helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles without any irritation.
  • WHY OLIVE OIL? It is a great skin moisturizer, in part because it contains linoleic acid, a compound not made by the body, but which prevents water from evaporating.
  • WHY ROSEMARY OIL? Rosemary essential helps in toning your skin and removing dryness.

Source: The Thrifty Couple

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