Simple Cuticle Oil 1

*Note* I apologize for recipe errors yesterday! I have fixed that little problem and I have to admit that I must have been missing some brain cells when I released it! :)Sometimes an intensive cuticle treatment is nice, but I need a little pampering during the day when I don’t have time for it. This cuticle oil is perfect for applying and then going back to work! Let’s go look at the ingredients for this simple cuticle oil.

I used Avocado Oil as my main oil for the nice feeling as well as the versatility that lets people of all skin types enjoy the oil.

I chose three extracts for this formula, but you can use any extract of your choice. I chose Ivy Extract, Green Tea Extract, and Calendula Extract for their skin soothing properties. These extracts have also been noted for their abilities to combat dry and scaly skin.

Collect needed items:

Avocado Oil
Ivy Extract
Green Tea Extract
Calendula Extract
Bourbon Geranium Essential Oil
Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Mixing Container
Dropper Bottles (I used the 1 oz Dropper Bottles.)

Recipe: (Makes 100 grams or 3.53 ounces)

Recipe in ounces:
3.3 ounces Avocado Oil
0.07 ounces Ivy Extract
0.07 ounces Green Tea Extract
0.07 ounces Calendula Extract
0.01 ounces Bourbon Geranium Essential Oil
0.01 ounces Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Recipe in grams:
93.5 grams Avocado Oil
2 grams Ivy Extract
2 grams Green Tea Extract
2 grams Calendula Extract
0.25 grams Bourbon Geranium Essential Oil
0.25 grams Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Recipe in Percentages
93.5% Avocado Oil
2% Ivy Extract
2% Green Tea Extract
2% Calendula Extract
0.25% Bourbon Geranium Essential Oil
0.25% Carrot Seed Essential Oil

Weigh all of the ingredients into the mixing container of your choice. Stir well, making sure all of the ingredients have been incorporated. Pour the cuticle oil into bottles and label. Now you can enjoy!

Notes: This is a nice and light cuticle oil. A single drop can be applied and massaged into each cuticle. This cuticle oil also could be used as a massage oil! If over used, will take a few minutes for the fingertips to not feel slick. That being said, you can easily apply and go back to work without leaving an oily residue on everything!

Weighing the Avocado Oil.

Weighing the Avocado Oil.

Adding the extracts.

Adding the extracts.

After adding the essential oils.

After adding the essential oils.

Bottled cuticle oil in 1 ounce dropper bottles.

Bottled cuticle oil in 1 ounce dropper bottles.

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About Andee

Director of Happiness. I'm a thirty-something soap snob. I've grown up with handmade soaps, and I love them! I really like making lotions, soaps, and perfumes. I adore mixing scents to come up with something new. My favorite scent is either Wicked or Cotton Candy. I tend to hoard fragrances, I even have an Earl Grey Tea from the MMS catalog. I won't tell you how old it is, but it sure is good!

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  • Erin

    This looks great – thanks for posting! I plan to try it this weekend. 🙂

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