Recipes

Vitamin A Cream with Kakadu Plum and Vitamin E oil

For extra moisture and skin benefits, with the added benefit of antioxidant power from vitamin E and the vitamin C content of Kakadu Plum mix:

0.6 ml Vitamin E Oil
0.1 gm (a couple of pinches) Kakadu Plum

into 60 ml of Vitamin A Cream and you are ready to go.

Rose Lavender Anti-Aging Cream -Anti-aging Cream with EGF and Resveratrol

For this cream we are using some high tech ingredients to create 120 ml/4 oz of Super Anti-aging Cream. 

You will need:

Canvas Base Cream or European Cream, Sea kelp Ultramarine, Anti-oxidant Booster, Lecithin, Resveratrol, Copper Peptide, EGF Kit, Rose Fragrance Oil and Lavender Essential Oil

To Three parts (90ml/3 oz) of Canvas Base Cream, add 1 part (30 ml/1 oz) of Sea Kelp Ultramarine, 3-4 drops of a Antioxidant Booster, a small amount of Lecithin, a scoop of Resveratrol and mix well. Next, add the fragrance, a couple of drops each of Rose Fragrance and Lavender Essential Oil, mixing them into the formula. Lastly, to the 120 ml/4 oz of cream mix, add a 2 ml vial of Copper Peptide and 1 tube of EGF – pouring them gently into the mix. Using a spatula, mix gently and voila! – a fantastic Anti-aging cream, better than you will find at any store.

 

Soothing Herbal Cream -A Nourishing Cream for all skin types

You will need: 

Canvas Base Cream, Sea Kelp Ultramarine, Anti-oxidant Booster, Coconut Endosperm, Amino Booster, Essential Oils from the Essential Oils Kit

Using two parts Canvas Base Cream to one part Sea Kelp Ultramarine, add a couple of drops of Antioxidant Booster, some small scoops of Coconut Endosperm and Amino Booster and mix well. Add Herbs using essential oils and for this recipe we used: Sage Essential Oil, Cedar Essential Oil, and Chamomile Essential Oil from the Essential Oil Kit. Essential oils are strong, so it is important to use just a couple of drops per mix. For a 120 ml/4 oz cream, add no more than 1-2 drops each of the oils to your mix. If your mixture is too strong, you can always add more Canvas Base Cream. The end result is a relaxing Herbal Cream for both men and women.

 

Vanilla Peach Whipped Moisturizing Cream -A rich moisturizing cream

You will need:

Canvas Base Cream, Shea Mousse, Sea kelp Ultramarine, EmuLator Oil, Anti-oxidant Booster, Peach and Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Using two parts Canvas cream to 1 part Shea Mousse, add a small spoonful of Sea Kelp Ultramarine, a few drops of EMUlator oil and several drops of Antioxidant Booster to create a really great moisturising base. Then, using a pipette, add equal parts of Peach and Vanilla Fragrance. Add a few drops of each at a time, mix and test, you can always add more, but not less, only add more if desired. We mixed with a spatula, but you can try a spoon or a whisk to achieve different textures.

 

Skin Nutrition Complex Gel - Add Coconut Endosperm to Sea Kelp Ultramarine to create a Skin Nutrition Complex. 

You will need:

Coconut Endosperm, Sea kelp Ultramarine

Each tube (5 grams) is enough for about 120 ml/4 fl oz of Sea Kelp Ultramarine at approximately 4% concentration.

 

Firefighter's Relief Foot Cream - Great for Keeping hot feet healthy

You will need:
Canvas Base Cream, Tea Tree Oil, Propolis
This cream has a strong aroma but it will help to fight infection and fungus
Using 120ml/4 oz. Canvas Base Cream, add l tablespoon of Tea Tree Oil and 1 teaspoon of Propolis and mix.
Optional - add EGF for healing cuts and scrapes.

Still searching for a D.I.Y Vitamin C Serum Recipe? - We have created a Ready to use Vitamin C Serum Kit, Simply add the powder to the serum and mix.

For those customers who prefer to make their own serums here is the receipe:

Recipe 15% 'C Serum with Ascorbic Acid, Ferulic Acid and Phloretin

Tsp: teaspoon. All measurements are approximate, use level teaspoons not full teaspoons. You can use scales if they have grams and milligrams such as a laboratory scale.

1 tsp Ascorbic Acid (L) 5 g

1 tsp Sea Kelp Bioferment

1 tsp Rosehip Seed Oil

3 tsp Distilled water 15 g (available at most supermarkets)

1/8 tsp Ferulic Acid

1/8 tsp Phloretin

1/4 tsp Vodka or pure Ethanol (not denatured)

Use 2 small glasses

For clients who prefer to formulate their own products, we adapted a popular recipe found in many blogs.

The final pH of the serum will be about 5.0. Keep the serum refrigerated, and shake well before use. Discard if the colour changes, as this will indicate that ascorbic acid has oxidised to a significant extent, or after two weeks at the latest, as this serum does not contain preservatives. Ferulic acid and Antioxidant Booster will delay oxidation of the Ascorbic Acid but will not prevent the growth of bacteria and mould.

Glass with phase Water 1

Place the Ascorbic Acid into the glass, add water, stirring frequently until fully dissolved. If not completely dissolved after 10 min, add a hint more water. This recipe uses Ascorbic Acid at its limit of solubility, which is 33 grams of ascorbic acid to 100 grams of distilled water.


Glass with phase 2 (alcohol and oils suspension)

While you are waiting for the Ascorbic Acid to dissolve, you can proceed with the rest. Put the Ferulic acid and Phloretin in the 2nd glass, pour the vodka in and stir, now add the Sea Kelp Bioferment. Add the Antiox booster and Rosehip oil and stir.

When the Ascorbic acid has fully dissolved, mix the contents of both glasses together, stir well. This is not a real solution but a suspension, so mix well every time before use.
Finally, add the Hyaluronic acid powder, this will thicken the mix. Mix well. It may take some time for the Hyaluronic acid to dissolve.

Keep refrigerated, this serum has no preservatives and bacteria and mould will love it!

Discard if colour changes to Brown (will indicate that ascorbic acid has oxidised).

Final volume about 1 fl oz/30 ml, so the final concentration of Ascorbic acid in this water/oil mix is about 16%.

Re-printed with the Kind Permission of Dr Hannah Sivak