Moisturize From the Pink Collection

Moisturize From the Pink Collection

Are you looking for a natural way to nourish and hydrate your skin? Discover the Luxurious and All-Natural Pink Body Cream for Ultimate Moisturization



4oz Batch

Water Phase

54% Floral Tea or water 61.23 Grams

1% Goat Milk Powder 1.13 Grams

4% Strawberry Glyceride or Glycerine 4.54 Grams

Oil Phase

16% Jojoba Oil 18.14 Grams

14% Murumuru Butter 15.88 Grams

5% Emulisfying Wax 5.67

3% Cetearyl Alcohol 3.40 Grams

Cool Down Phase

1% Optiphen Plus 1.13 Grams

2% Vitamin E Oil 2.26 Grams

Clean and Sanitize all equipments and surface your going to use for this project


  1. Measure out your water phase ingredients: Floral Tea, Strawberry Glyceride and goat milk powder.
  2. In a separate container measure your oil phase ingredients: Jojoba Oil, Murumuru Butter,  Emulsifying Wax and Cetearyl Alcohol.
  3. Gently melt both phases in separate heatproof containers over low heat, using either a bain-marie or double boiler method, stirring occasionally.
  4. When both phases are completely liquid, pour the melted water phase into the oil phase. Immediately blend with an immersion blender until the mixture is fully combined and starts to think.
  5. As the emulsion cools it will continue to thicken until it starts to resemble a cream.
  6. Once the cream has cooled to room temperature, and has a thick cream consistency, measure out your cool down ingredients: Optiphen Plus and Vitamin E Oil 
  7. Mix thoroughly to ensure the cool down ingredients are fully incorporated into your body cream.
  8. Transfer your cream to clean and strelized jar/ container with a cover.

    This homemade body cream has a lifespan of around 3 months. 

    Lets get to know the ingredients!


    The water used in this recipe is a Floral and Fruit tea blend of Water, Chamomile, Hibiscus, Rose Petals, Mulberries and Orange Peel. 

    When you look at the ingredient list of your favorite body cream, you'll likely see water listed as one of the main components. But have you ever wondered why water is included in body cream?

    Water is a vital component for maintaining the health and hydration of your skin. It helps to replenish and retain moisture, preventing dryness and keeping your skin soft and supple. When you apply a body cream that contains water, it helps to deliver hydration to the outermost layer of your skin, known as the stratum corneum. This layer acts as a barrier, protecting your skin from external factors such as pollution and harsh weather conditions.

    Water is great for dissolving active ingredients, mixing concentrates and so much more. Water based products are included in the Water phase. Water penetrates the skins deepest layer to keep skin hydrated. All water based ingredients like Aloe Vera juice or concentrate, floral waters or hydrosols is included in this phase. 

    Water is a key ingredient in body creams for several reasons. It provides hydration and moisturization to the skin, enhances the absorption of other beneficial ingredients, creates a lightweight texture, and contributes to the stability and shelf life of the product. Water is an essential component that helps to keep your skin healthy and nourished.


    This is the Glycerine used in this recipe its infused with strawberries

    Glycerine is a colorless and odorless liquid that is derived from natural sources such as vegetable oils or animal fats. It is a humectant, which means it has the ability to attract and retain moisture from the environment.

    Glycerine is a popular ingredient in body creams due to its moisturizing properties. When applied to the skin, glycerine forms a protective layer that helps to prevent moisture loss. This is especially beneficial for individuals with dry or sensitive skin, as it helps to hydrate and nourish the skin.

    Glycerine is a valuable ingredient in body creams due to its moisturizing and skin-enhancing properties. Its ability to attract and retain moisture makes it an excellent choice for individuals looking to hydrate and nourish their skin.

    Goatmilk powder 


    Goat milk is known for its moisturizing properties. It contains natural fats and proteins that help to hydrate and nourish the skin. These components create a barrier on the skin's surface, preventing moisture loss and keeping the skin soft and supple.


    Jojoba Oil

    Jojoba oil is a natural oil extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant, scientifically known as Simmondsia chinensis. Despite its name, jojoba oil is not actually an oil, but rather a liquid wax. It closely resembles the natural oils produced by our skin, making it an excellent moisturizer and emollient.

    Unlike many other oils, jojoba oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it does not clog pores. This makes it suitable for all skin types, including acne-prone skin. It helps to balance the skin's natural oil production, reducing the likelihood of breakouts.

    Jojoba oil is a valuable ingredient in body creams due to its moisturizing properties, non-comedogenic nature, anti-inflammatory effects, antioxidant content, and easy absorption. By incorporating jojoba oil into your skincare routine, you can nourish and hydrate your skin, leaving it soft, supple, and healthy.

    Murumuru Butter

    Murumuru butter is a popular ingredient in many body creams and skincare products. But what exactly is murumuru butter and why is it used in body creams?

    Murumuru butter is a natural fat extracted from the seeds of the murumuru palm tree, which is native to the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. It is rich in essential fatty acids, such as oleic acid and lauric acid, as well as vitamins A and C. Murumuru butter has a creamy texture and a high melting point, making it an ideal ingredient for body creams.

    Murumuru butter is a valuable ingredient in body creams due to its moisturizing, nourishing, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties. It provides numerous benefits for the skin, making it an excellent choice for individuals looking to improve their skincare routine.

    Emulsifying Wax

    The Emulsifying wax used is this recipe is made from Cetostearyl Alcohol and Polysorbate 60. 

    When it comes to body creams and lotions, there are a multitude of ingredients that work together to create the perfect formula. One such ingredient is emulsifying wax.

    Emulsifying wax is a key ingredient in many skincare products, including body creams. It is a type of wax that helps to blend oil and water together, creating a stable and uniform mixture. Without emulsifying wax, the oil and water in body creams would separate, resulting in an ineffective and unappealing product.

    Emulsifying wax contains molecules that have both hydrophilic (water-loving) and lipophilic (oil-loving) properties. This unique combination allows the wax to act as a bridge between the oil and water phases in a body cream. The hydrophilic part of the wax molecule attaches to the water molecules, while the lipophilic part attaches to the oil molecules, creating a stable emulsion.

    Not all emulsifying waxes are created equal. Different types of emulsifying waxes have different properties and are suitable for different formulations. It is important to choose the right emulsifying wax for your body cream to ensure optimal performance and stability.

    Emulsifying wax plays a crucial role in body creams by creating a stable emulsion between oil and water. It provides numerous benefits, including stability, enhanced absorption, longevity, and a smooth texture. When formulating body creams, choosing the right emulsifying wax is essential for achieving the desired results.

    Cetearyl Alcohol 

    Cetearyl alcohol is a fatty alcohol that is derived from natural sources such as coconut oil or palm oil. Despite its name, cetearyl alcohol is not a drying or irritating alcohol like ethanol or isopropyl alcohol. Instead, it is a waxy substance that helps to moisturize and condition the skin.

     Cetearyl alcohol is a beneficial ingredient in body creams due to its emollient, thickening, and stabilizing properties. It helps to moisturize and condition the skin, while also improving the texture and stability of the product. Cetearyl alcohol for maintaining soft, smooth, and hydrated skin when using your favorite body cream.

     Vitamin E Oil

    Vitamin E Oil is known for being in most products to extend the shelf life of the product.

    Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that naturally occurs in various foods such as nuts, seeds, and leafy greens. It is also available in oil form, which is extracted from plants like wheat germ, sunflower, and safflower. This oil is rich in tocopherols, which are compounds known for their antioxidant properties.

    One of the main reasons why vitamin E oil is included in body creams is its powerful antioxidant properties. Antioxidants help protect the skin from free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can damage cells and contribute to premature aging. By neutralizing these free radicals, vitamin E oil helps to keep the skin looking youthful and healthy.

    Vitamin E oil is a versatile and beneficial ingredient commonly found in body creams. Its antioxidant properties, moisturizing benefits, wound healing abilities, and protection against UV damage make it a valuable addition to any skincare routine.


    The Preservative used in this recipes is Optiphen Plus that's made with Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol and Sorbic Acid

    Preservatives are substances that are added to products to prevent the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, and mold. In body cream, preservatives play a crucial role in maintaining the product's quality and safety.

    Body cream is a water-based product that provides moisture to the skin. Unfortunately, the presence of water also creates an ideal environment for the growth of microorganisms. Without preservatives, body cream would be susceptible to contamination, leading to the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi.

    Preservatives play a vital role in body cream by preventing the growth of harmful microorganisms and ensuring the product's safety and quality. They help extend the shelf life, prevent infections, and maintain the desired attributes of the cream. While preservatives are generally safe, it is always important to be aware of any personal sensitivities or allergies. By understanding the role of preservatives in body cream, you can make informed choices when selecting skincare ingredients that best suit your needs.

    Preservatives and Vitamin E Oil play two different roles and you need both.

    Think of it as Preservatives are for water and Vitamin E oil is for Oil.

    They both help to extend the self like of your products. 

    Happy Making!

    Tee Gets It Done, You Can Do It Too!


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