Erase Stretch Marks Forever
I didn’t plan to have stretch marks. They just happened. After four kids, I guess that’s not such a leap of faith!
But the most amazing thing has happened. Said stretchmarks have all but disappeared in the last 3-4 months. How? I went herbal. Instead of using commercial products on my face and body I discovered Rosemary Gladstar’s Perfect Cream.
I made it. It’s not difficult. A week or so ago I noticed that my silvery stretch marks have all but disappeared. It has to be the cream. So, gentle readers I am forwarding on to you the miracle. Enjoy!
Although this recipe appears easy, it is also a bit challenging. You are attempting to combine water and oil; they don’t normally mix. Follow the recipe closely. If it doesn’t turn out right the first time, don’t be discouraged. Try again; the luscious cream is well worth your time and effort.
2/3 cup distilled water (or rose water)
1/3 cup aloe vera gel (I slice off one large leaf off my aloe vera plant and squeeze out the gel)
1 or 2 drops essential oil of your choice
Vitamins A and E as desired
3/4 cup apricot, almond, or grapeseed oil
1/3 cup coconut oil or cocoa butter
1/4 teaspoon lanolin
1/2 to 1 ounce grated beeswax
Combine the waters in a glass measuring cup. Set aside. In a double boiler over low heat, combine the oils. Heat them just enough to melt. Pour the oils into a blender and let them cool to room temperature. The mixture should become thick, creamy, semisolid, and cream-colored. This cooling process can be hastened in the refrigerator, but keep an eye on it so it doesn’t become too hard. When the mixture has cooled, turn on the blender at its highest speed. In a slow, thin drizzle, pour the water mixture into the center vortex of the whirling oil mixture. When most of the water mixture has been added to the oils, listen to the blender and watch the cream. When the blender coughs and chokes and the cream looks thick and white, like buttercream frosting, turn off the blender. You can slowly add more water, beating it in by hand with a spoon, but don’t overbeat. The cream will thicken as it sets. Pour into cream or lotion jars and store in a cool location.
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