As I ‘Spring Clean,’ I will come upon good posts that are buried in the archives and need to be brought forward. This repost is a good one. Many of you have probably seen variations of it on the web. I love this recipe. You can make it as inexpensive ($3.00, using dollar store ingredients) or expensive as you choose, using top-notch lotions. I have just mixed up a new batch of this cream. I would say mine is a medium-priced edition. I used dollar store vaseline, Avon Intensive Care lotion, and another leftover lotion I had on hand. I wish I had begun to use it sooner. Within a few days my dry, winter-weary feet felt smooth again.
As Sandra Lee says, “Semi-Homemade.”
1. Gather Supplies: Big Mixing Bowl, Mixer, 8 oz Baby Lotion, 4 oz Vitamin E Cream, 4 oz Vaseline. (As you can see if you check out the blog recipe at bottom of post, I halved the ingredients they suggested)
2. Scoop out Vitamin E Cream and Vaseline into mixing bowl. Measure out 8 oz of baby lotion.
3. Beat until the mixture resembles light whipped cream. (This step took less than a minute)
4. Scoop into jars.
5. Slather on dry heels and hands. Even my husband liked it. I love it! Next time I will make the full batch. The hardest part was gathering up the jars and getting the cream into the narrow mouths.
Here is the original blog recipe in case you want to check out this one too. Enjoy!
The cream makes a perfect gift!