Miracle Balm for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Deep Hydration - Sophie Uliano

Miracle Balm for Stretch Marks, Scars, and Deep Hydration

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I’ve been dying to make my Miracle Balm For Stretch Marks, Scars, and Deep hydration for months! I bought the ingredient and just forgot about it…until my daughter started freaking about about stretch marks, and psoriasis! So, I whipped out all my ingredients and made a huge jar of this miracle balm for her.

After just one week, her psoriasis is way better. And after about a month, she swears her stretch marks are all but gone. So, here you go. Enjoy.

 

Benefits of Miracle Balm

  • Deep hydrating for chapped skin, cracked heels, dry elbows/knees etc
  • Gets Rid of stretch marks
  • Helps with scarring
  • Helps relieve the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema
  • Great for pregnancy
  • Gardener’s hand balm

 

Ingredients

Makes approx 8 – 10 ounces of balm

1/2 cup cocoa butter

1/2 cup mango butter

2 tbsp beeswax pellets

1/4 cup Rose Hip Seed Oil

2 tbsp Tamanu oil

2 tsp Evening Primrose oil

10-ounce glass jar

Instructions

  1. Sterilize your glass jar by running it through a hot dishwasher cycle or submerging in boiling water.
  2. Get the water bubbling in your double boiler (I use a stainless steel bowl in a pan of water).
  3. Place the cocoa butter and mango butter in the pan until they melt.
  4. Add the beeswax and stir until it melts.
  5. Remove from the heat.
  6. Add the remaining ingredients.
  7. Pour into your glass jars.
  8. Place in the fridge for at least one hour to set up.

Storage

You can store for up to 3 months in a cool, dark cabinet. Or up to 6 months in the fridge.

Tip

If you want to make it a little less greasy (I like mine greasy as it absorbs fast into my parched skin), you can cut the following oils as follows:

2 tbsp Rose Hip Seed oil

1 tbsp Tamanu oil

1tsp of Evening Primrose Oil