How to make Hard Lotion Bars for Dry Skin

0 How to make Hard Lotion Bars for Dry SkinUsing three all natural ingredients of beeswax, coconut oil and shea butter, you can create your own chemical-free lotion bar and use it the same day. This combination of ingredients works well to smooth dry skin, cracked heels, finger cuts, as well as relieve the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis

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  1. @luviesnPsue When …
    @luviesnPsue When making lotion bars, it’s the total number of ounces of ingredients that make the total amount of lotion. An ice cube sized lotion is about 3/4 oz. I prefer using mini loaf pans for a bigger bar (about 4 oz, which also lasts quite awhile). I’m about to launch my lotion bar kit for sale which has all the ingredients, plus 4 lip balm tubes, to make 13 oz’ worth of lotion. Sign up for my newsletter at hardlotion(dot)com or subscribe to me at MadeOnNaturalLotion (YouTube)

  2. can you tell me …
    can you tell me what the yield of this recipe is?? how many bars does it make? thinking of using regular ice cube trays for molds it seems the right ‘hand’ size vessel..

  3. @nwatermelonsuga no …
    @nwatermelonsuga no, I haven’t

  4. Thanks
    Thanks

  5. Do you have a …
    Do you have a problem with the shea butter not combining well with the other ingredients?

  6. @theINTERLUDED I’ve …
    @theINTERLUDED I’ve never tried that. If you try it, come back and post your results.

  7. could you replace …
    could you replace the beeswax with a soy wax?

  8. @reneecalling Thank …
    @reneecalling Thank you. : – )

  9. @reneecalling I use …
    @reneecalling I use the refined. The unrefined is less expensive and works just as well but I found it to be too grainy and not as smooth.

  10. Did you use the …
    Did you use the refined or unrefined shea butter in your lotion recipe?

  11. @kdanc3r I found …
    @kdanc3r I found it to be somewhat “grainy” feeling but it still makes good bars.

  12. What is unrefined …
    What is unrefined shea butter like? I’ve never gotten it & was considering some

  13. @sooah06
    I’ve used …

    @sooah06
    I’ve used both.
    The one in the video hasn’t been bleached,
    so it’s yellow.

  14. did u use yellow or …
    did u use yellow or white bee wax? or does it matter?

  15. Thank you for the …
    Thank you for the info.

  16. Thank you for …
    Thank you for sharing this with us.

  17. I love my lotion …
    I love my lotion bar…..thanks Renee

  18. I have replaced …
    I have replaced shea butter with mango butter and it works just as well although I found the shea works better for people with eczema and psoriasis. Mango butter tends to cost more.

    I’ve replaced shea butter with cocoa butter (it’s actually my favorite because of the subtle chocolate scent).

    I haven’t used the mango cocoa butter blend but I’m assuming it’s a blend of the two so the principle is still the same. Just use the same amount of the blend as you would use of the shea butter.
    Renee

  19. No, it’s not a soap …
    No, it’s not a soap bar – it’s pure lotion. You don’t want to wash it off.

  20. is this a soap bar?
    is this a soap bar?

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