Description Edit

chamomile is one of the most used herbs in the world. It is used widely in cosmetics particularly in shampoos and rinses especially for blond hair which it lightens. It is also used in soaps and creams to soothe and soften the skin.

milk contains lactic acid, a natural alpha hydroxy acid that helps the skin exfoliate dead skin cells away from the surface of the skin. It is also very hydrating and soothing to the complexion.

Wheat germ is high in protein, vitamin E and B, which makes this ingredient nourishing, soothing and helpful in preventing free radical damage. It’s very slight granular texture, gives a sensitive or dry skin a wonderful, gentle exfoliation.

Ingredients Edit

Instructions Edit

  1. Steep chamomile in milk for a few hours.
  2. Strain, keeping liquid.
  3. Add honey and wheat germ to liquid mixture.
  4. Blend well.
  5. Place in a bottle.
  6. Refrigerate any used portions.
  7. Keeps up to a week.
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