Many variations of this recipe exist. This one will give you a powerfully moisturising and healing balm with a pleasantly fruity aroma. Ingredients for 50 ml of cream - 6 g beeswax - 15 ml borage oil - 18 ml apricot kernel oil - 20 ml immortelle hydrosol - 15 drops of immortelle essential oil - 10 drops of rose geranium essential oil - 3 drops of vitamin E - 10 drops of grapefruit seed extract Material - A stainless steel bowl - A mini whisk - A kitchen scale or precision scale - 50 ml jar Preparation 1/ Clean and disinfect equipment, utensils, work surfaces and hands. 2/ Melt the beeswax in the apricot kernel vegetable oil in a water bath. 3/ When the wax is completely melted, turn off the heat and add the borage vegetable oil, mix. 4/ Remove from the heat and add the immortelle hydrosol in a stream, stirring in a figure of 8 at the bottom of the bowl with the mini whisk. Do not allow the wax to solidify on the sides of the bowl. 5/ Add the essential oils, vitamin E and grapefruit seed extract at the end. 6/ Put in a pot Use This cream can be applied morning and evening to a clean face, targeting the area affected by couperose. The cream will keep for 1 to 2 months in the refrigerator. Contraindications Anyone who is allergic to any of the ingredients in the recipe. Not recommended for pregnant women during the first 3 months of pregnancy.