A Face Mask & Scrub Set and a Hair Serum with Ingredients from the Cupboards of Dani and Kelly

Today I will tackle a few more of the requests from my much smaller pile of requests for our Quick Gifts from Your Cupboard blog post! Let’s go and check out these easy formulas!


Kelly wrote, “Could you come up with a recipe for me for a leave-in hair conditioner? Or some sort of split end treatment product?”

Kelly’s request is easy to make and I found inspiration from Taylor’s Quick Hair Serum post. I made a slight change to include a few extracts, but left the recipe mostly intact. A few drops of this formula will help your hair behave and feel good. Taylor told me that while this formula feels dreamy on hair, you will see a huge difference with application on a fresh hair cut and hair that is pampered instead of abused with heat or harsh brushing.

62% Cyclomethicone
30% Dimethicone
4% Isopropyl Myristate
2% Coconut Oil
1% Horsetail Grass Extract
1% Chamomile Extract


Dani commented “I would like to make my daughter (26 w/oily skin and some t-zone breakouts) a good face scrub and mask. She has been using a sample scrub you guys sent in one of my packages and loves it. However, if it’s not pre-packaged and sitting in her shower she won’t go to the extra effort (hence all those good “foodie” scrubs won’t work for her – it needs to have shelf life of at least a month)”

I think I have the right formulas for you!

45% French Green Clay
35.25% Water
10% Finely Ground Calendula Petals
7% Avocado Oil
2% Liquid Glycerin
0.5% Liquid Germall Plus (Preservative)
0.25% Essential Oil Blend (Use Geranium, Carrot Seed Oil and Myrrh)

If you don’t have the preservative which will help fight against yeast, mold and bacteria, then you can use the recipe below that your daughter can mix right before she plans on using it.

72.5% French Green Clay
16% Finely Ground Calendula Petals
11% Avocado Oil
0.5% Essential Oil Blend (Use Geranium, Carrot Seed Oil and Myrrh)

She can mix 3 tablespoons of the clay mask mixture with 1.5 tablespoons of water.

Here is the face scrub recipe.

25% Apricot Kernel Oil
20% Sweet Almond Oil
10% French Green Clay
45% Sugar, Fine Bakers style


I hope you enjoy the recipes for today!

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11 Comments

  • Stacy says:

    HI Andee can you give the ingredients in oz please i have a problem figuring out the math part of percentage in recipes ugh lol! Thank you! For the hair serum one!

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    • Andee says:

      Here is the recipe to make 2 ounces of finished hair serum.

      1.24 ounces Cyclomethicone
      0.6 ounces Dimethicone
      0.08 ounces Isopropyl Myristate
      0.04 ounces Coconut Oil
      0.02 ounces Horsetail Grass Extract
      0.02 ounces Chamomile Extract

      I hope this helps!

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  • Karen Harvey says:

    I’m going to make these for me and my daughter. Thanks, Andee!

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  • Terry says:

    Would you use the mask and scrub in the same treatment, or one or the other?

    Thanks

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    • Andee says:

      I would use a scrub followed by the mask. I would use these no more than 1-2 times a week to prevent irritation of the face.

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  • Terry says:

    I can’t believe for once, I have all the ingredients to make all three of these products! Can’t wait to try them.

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  • Dani says:

    Thanks Andee -

    I already made the face mask and she loves it! Her skin is so smooth.

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  • Neal says:

    Baker’s sugar was a great suggestion. I made a batch of the face scrub and everyone has loved it thus far!

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