Tobias Ber wrote:hey linda...
i m no expert but what might help:
- aloe vera leave gel (grow them yourself)
- wash with water and then apply oil or fat (olive oil ... hemp seed oil should be very good ... evening primrose oil??? ... butter or ghee ... maybe shea butter??)
Miki Odendahl wrote:
And, as with any natural products like these, whether you use water, borax, vitamin e, whatnot; refrigerating and/or freezing them in small containers (I use 2 oz jars for most) will delay rancidity. All of my saleable products say "refrigerate when not in use" on the labels for just this reason.
Linda Secker wrote:Hi All
do you have any recipes for moisturising sensitive skin and lips? I get very dry skin in places, and my skin is sensitive to all sorts of things. I need a thick cream for hands, feet, elbows and knees, and a lightweight cream for my face. I also get occasional patches of eczema. I'm particularly bothered about lip stuff - I've tried several lip balms here in the UK, some natural, some not, and the only thing that actually works is vaseline which is petroleum jelly - yeuch!!!
If anyone has any suggestions, I'd like to try making something!