How to make effervescent pralines with oatmeal for bath
Oatmeal is not only known as food, but also as an ingredient in cosmetics, which moisturizes and soften the skin, and improving its looks. Therefore, adding ground oatmeal in the effervescent bath praline is very suitable. Taking a bath with praline will result to a very soft, smooth, and gentle skin.
- Cocoa butter – 0.7 oz (20 g.)
- Shea butter – 0.7 oz (20 g.)
- Mango butter – 0.7 oz (20 g.)
- Apricot kernel oil – 1.4 oz (40 g.)
- Polysorbate-80 – 0.53 oz (15 g.)
- Baking soda – 3.53 oz (100 g.)
- Citric acid – 1.76 oz (50 g.)
- Ground oatmeal – 1.76 oz (50 g.)
- Essential oil or cosmetic perfume
Grind the oatmeal using a coffee grinder.
Melt the butters using a water bath method.
Add Polysorbate-80 to the butters. (This is needed for balanced distribution of butters in the water during bathing; an oil film will be formed on a water surface in case of absence of Polysorbate-80.)
Add your favorite essential oil or cosmetic perfume.
Mix the citric acid and baking soda.
Add blend of baking soda and citric acid to the melted butter mixture.
Next add grinded oatmeal flakes and mix all thoroughly without delay.
Spread the ready-made mixture to molds. Pralines mixture will start to go up slowly. To stop this process, you should put the molds inside the refrigerator.
Once the pralines in molds will start to turn solid, you can add some decorations. (confectionery decorations, bath beads, etc.)
You can also leave them without any decoration, but arrange it in a small beautiful molds, it makes praline look very delicious.
It is enough to put only several pralines in a bath to turn your skin silky, smooth, and tender.
- It is enough to dry skin gently with a towel after bathing. Applying of any nutrients, moisturizing creams and lotions is not required.
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