HI guys ! yay finally ep1 of my dear dear friend Caroline !!
Her series ” Caroline’s beauty alchemy” is going to be amazing.

youll learn recipes that are very easy to do to take care of you. A hormones unbalance ? feeling a bit down? stuck with water retention? she’ll have quick solutions to help us.
i keep asking her advices for everything. she has been such an amazing source of knowledge that i am very happy to share her vision with you.
Don’t forget to follow her on IG @caroline_wachsmuth and ask her questions or tell her what you would love to see from her. This mask is amazing. I keep doing it since this video!!
enjoy !!

What you need:

-1 teaspoon
-1 tablespoon
-1 middle size wooden bowl or glass bowl
-1 blender
-Either a Pyrex measurement bowl to pour the mix once done, or a recycled glass jar with a lid (if you want to keep what’s left in your fridge).

Brown rice flour
4 generous table spoons

Calms the skin, makes the complexion clearer and more even. It also helps eczema prone skins.

French rose clay
1 teaspoon

Has a gentle cleansing action, refines the pores, decreases puffiness and evens skin tone

Fresh turmeric
About 1/10 of a pinky finger

It fights against inflammation at the molecular level, and is a very potent antioxidant.

Rose water
About 10 table spoons

Calms and alleviates skin inflammation

Avocado oil
2 teaspoons

Deeply moisturizes and regenerates the skin, high in vitamin E and lecithin

Sea Buckthorn oil
1 teaspoon

Very high in vitamin C, essential fatty acids and antioxidants. It accelerates skin renewal and has a calming effect on the skin.

Rose hip seed oil
1 teaspoon

Vitamin C, A and minerals powerhouse, it is highly hydrating, regenerating and helps wounds to heal

Manuka honey
1 big teaspoon

Antioxidant, alleviates skin inflammation and can help eczema prone skins

Watch out the Manuka factors, which measures the antibacterial factor: UMF Unique Manuka Factor, which measures the strength of the antibacterial properties.

Another measurement used is the KFactor, created by Manuka honey maker Wedderspoon. According to them, KFactor 12 guarantees 65 percent of the pollen grains in the honey are Manuka pollen grains.

Geranium essential oil
3 drops

Among other properties, this oil will gently stimulate blood flow and balance sebum.


Mix all ingredients in a wooden bowl, starting with rice flour and clay, then add the vegetable oils. Mix it all (it won’t be homogenous), then pour the mix into your blender, where you will have put your peeled and finely cut fresh turmeric + rose water mix. Mix it all until the paste is super homogenous. Add the geranium essential oil and blend it all one last time. Pour the mix into your preferred container. If you can, place it in the fridge for about 30 to 40 minutes prior to use it, for a circulation boost.


Use this mixture cold on a perfectly cleansed face (using a very mild make-up remover of course). It’s always good to do this in the evening and have a nice moment with yourself. Apply the mix on your face and if you wish, you can do the neck and decollete. Let it sit for about 15 minutes or less, depending on how you feel. Then either rinse off with tepid water, or lightly exfoliate first with a bit of water, then rinse off. Tap dry with a clean cotton towel and then apply your favorite moisturizer.

Recommendations and safety tips:

Always buy your carrier oils cold pressed and certified organic if possible. Buy certified organic essential oils if possible too. Or make sure they are pure and ethically manufactured.

Always make a patch test
Avoid sun exposure after applying the recipe
Don’t use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding but rather stick to a virgin oil.

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