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  10. Grace Morningdove

    I am looking for a pre-shave moisturizer that doesn’t use anhydrous lanolin. If add Beeswax to your recipe would that work just as well? My husband loved what my batch did for his face before he shaved but hated the “wet sheep” smell.

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  20. Hi Betty Crunch Blog. I reently started making my own face mositurers. I wondered about using virgin olive oil is it good? Also I’ve been using almond oil with shea butter mixes. Notice it take longer to sink into skin. Thank you 4 advice re argan & jojoba oil sinks in quicker. ps I mix my unrefined shea butter & oil with a mini tool propellor attached to engraving tool which my friend made me. works brill. Must try it your way & melt it. Thanks again from UK beauty therapist.

  21. Jennifer Bahr

    What are yur thoughts on adding a few drops of orange oil? Is that any good for combination skin?

  22. Simon

    Noo. Orange oil is photosensitive. Shouldn’t use this on skin, especially the face. It can cause severe irritation when you go out in the sun.

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