Commercial hand creams can be expensive and contain a variety of unpronounceable chemical ingredients. You can use natural ingredients and make your own hand cream. This page contains homemade hand cream recipes.
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It makes your skin really smooth.
Mix and put in a jar. If you want, you can add food color to it and put in a fragrance oil.
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I would like a recipe for homemade moisturizers. Thank you.
By Mark (Guest Post)03/16/2008
Hi, I am looking for natural homemade moisturizers & butters & cream recipes. I've been looking up on google for recipes. Is that the place I should be?
Between google, and yahoo I don't know which is best. What do you think is best for looking up recipes? I've been told dogpile is a good site to go on too. But I tried it once lready, it was okay.
P.S. If you know or have some good websites, let me know
Thank you so very much
What kind of Crisco do you mean?
By Teresa Tart12/27/2011
My husband's doctor told him to use crisco on his legs because they were so dry! Get the lard not the oil!
I have a recipe for hand lotion made from products found at Dollar General, but don't know the quantity of the products to use. Does anyone know the recipe?
I use cheap lotion as a base and add a jar of the dollar store vitamin e moisturizer creme and add 2 tablespoons of glycerin works better than the Vaseline.
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This homemade hand cream (or body cream, whichever you prefer) is so much better than any other hand cream you can buy. It is so easy and so inexpensive to make too. I go to Dollar General and buy everything I need to make it. Recipe follows:
Note: If you think the smell of the baby lotion is too strong, you might be able to find unscented lotion.
Source: My source is from a friend.
By Elaine from Belle Plaine, IA
Instead of baby oil, which is just scented mineral oil, you can use any cooking oil: soybean, canola, corn, olive, etc. I've made hand cream with cooking oil and it turned out fine. I liked the fact that it was inexpensive, unscented and had no polysyllabic chemicals in it. (02/01/2008)
I would like to find a recipe for hand cream.
By beahx34 from Orange, TX