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Today I find you for an article to teach you how to make your own macerates.I have you promised on Instagram, certainly some time ago, but here it is finally.This article will bring together the technique for oily macerates and for the macerated vinegar as it is possible to the same tecnhique technique.
First of all, what is a macerate?
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To make a macerate it's very simple:
Here are two examples that I myself realize:
The vinegar macerate recipe that I will use mainly for my hair: I will use for this macerate: Lavender to repair, heal, soothe but also for its anti-fall. Thyme to purify, stimulate growth, fortify the roots and thicken the hair. Linden tree to easily demell hair and make it easy to grow. As well as white vinegar base liquid for its properties anti-limestone but also for
the brilliance it brings as well as its acidity which will close the scales of the hair
and regulate the sebum. After picking all my ingredients, I wash them and let them dry for an hour to
remove all the water so that they do not get wet. During this time I sterilize my
skin using acool to 70° Then I put them in the pot, packing them well so that there is
no air and the maximum space is used.Then I cover with vinegar, I close the lid
and I place the pot in the sun for to make macerate well.
Then I put them in the pot, packing them well so that there is no air and the
maximum space is used.Then I cover with vinegar, I close the lid and I place
the pot in the sun for to make macerate well. I intend to use this macerate in my rinse water to remove limescale from the water
while enjoying the benefits of different ingredients. It will also make a perfect
ingredient for masks but also for shine sprays.
The recipe for oily macerates:
be done every day but seriously who thinks about it ... Not me anyway. And in two months these two little wonders will be ready to be filtered and bottled
for later use.
Important note: To keep your oily macerate longer you can add vitamin E oil found in pharmacy. I do not put it because I use my macerate rather quickly but if you expect to use very little or if you you have made a lot more it is better to add a preservative.When vinegar macerate it does not need conservative you can keep it so long but if you are afraid that it is ripe or that bacteria develops inside you can add as a preservative of cosgard or grapefruit seed extract.
And that's all for this first article about macerates, I intend to make others with different recipe for different use.J hope this article you more to say the me in the comments it would make me happy.
See you soon for an upcoming article,