Strawberry Extract

Strawberry Extract

Are you a fan of the sweet and tangy flavor of strawberries? If so, you'll love the idea of making your own homemade strawberry extract. Not only does it add a burst of strawberry goodness to your favorite recipes, but it's also incredibly easy to make.

This is a recipe for cosmetics 

What is Strawberry Extract?

Strawberry extract is a concentrated form of the flavor and aroma of strawberries that's has great skin benefits

Strawberry extract has some great benefits for the skin! It's rich in antioxidants and vitamins, which can help protect the skin from damage and promote a healthy complexion. Strawberry extract also contains natural acids that can help exfoliate the skin, remove dead skin cells, and brighten the skin. It's also known for its soothing properties, which can help calm irritated skin. Plus, it smells amazing!

2oz Batch

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

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients

To make homemade strawberry extract, you'll need the following ingredients:

74.5% Vegetable Glycerine 42.24 Grams

25% Strawberries 14.17 Grams

0.5% broad spectrum Preservative 0.28 Grams

Step 2: Prepare the Strawberries

Start by washing the strawberries thoroughly to remove any dirt or debris. Once clean, remove the stems and cut the strawberries into small pieces. This will help release their flavor more effectively.


Step 3: Combine the Ingredients

Place the chopped strawberries into a clean glass jar or bottle. Pour the glycerine and preservative over the strawberries, making sure they are fully submerged. Seal the container tightly.

Step 4: Infuse and Store

Store the jar or bottle in a cool, dark place for two to six weeks. During this time, the glycerine will extract the flavor from the strawberries. You can give the container a gentle shake every few days to help with the infusion process.

Step 5: Strain and Bottle

After two to six weeks, strain the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve or cheesecloth to remove the strawberry solids. The resulting liquid is your homemade strawberry extract. Transfer it to a clean bottle or jar for storage.

Step 6: Enjoy!

Your homemade strawberry extract is now ready to be used in your favorite recipes.  Remember, a little goes a long way!

Now that you know how to make your own strawberry extract, you can elevate your cosmetic creations with the irresistible strawberries extract. 

happy making!

If you are wondering how to make an extract commonly used in baking, cooking, and mixology to enhance the taste of various dishes and beverages.

You can use this recipe without the preservative.

75% Vegetable Glycerine (food grade)

25% Strawberries

follow the steps above

Another Recipe that's food safe is 

  • 1 cup of fresh strawberries
  • 1 cup of high-proof alcohol (such as vodka or rum)


Follow the steps above

Happy making!

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