How to Make a Hand Moisturizing Cream

Moisturizing creams are essential for retaining your skin moisture, improving skin cells and healing them. They nourish the skin and protect it from harmful UV rays. Moisturizing is needed not just for dry skin but also for normal ones. Skin moisturizing creams are available in grooming aisle of shops but it can also be prepared easily at home. Make a rich and effective hand moisturizing cream at home and give them a leisure treatment in the morning bed before going to bed at night. Make a jar and place next to your bedside table so that you can always extend your hand and moisturize your skin. The moisturizer is made with a combination of different oils and Aloe Vera. The use of apricot gives the cream a nourishing property that enriches your skin and leaves it smooth and glowing. The process is so simple you will be amazed when you are done with it within an hour.

Things Required:

– Dried Apricots
– 2 Cups of Water
– 1 Ounce of Grated Beeswax
– 1 Cup of Apricot Oil
– 1/2 Cup of Coconut Oil
– 1/2 Cup of Aloe Vera Gel
– 2 Teaspoons of Vitamin E Oil


  • 1

    Take a small saucepan and bring to boil two cups of water. Put the apricots in it and remove from the heat. Set the saucepan aside.

  • 2

    Add the beeswax, apricot oil and coconut oil to a double broiler. Put the heat settings to medium. Warm the mixture while constantly stirring everything together. Warm the broiler until the beeswax has totally melted and then remove.

  • 3

    Use clean hands with gloves on to make a puree out of the now soft apricots. Take a small mixing bowl and strain out the apricot mixture into it. To this mixture add the Aloe Vera gel and the vitamin E oil. Stir slowly to combine everything into a smooth mixture.

  • 4

    Now hold the apricot mixture in one hand and start drizzling it into the beeswax solution very slowly, stirring constantly as the two mix. Combine everything thoroughly finally.

  • 5

    Find clean containers you can fill with this cream. These could be cleaned out jars of old commercial creams you used. Pour the cream into them and let it cool down to room temperature. Store your cream in the refrigerator after you have used it.

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