Wimbledon 'Strawberries and Cream' Foot Gel

Wimbledon 'Strawberries and Cream' Foot Gel Recipe

This is a foot gel you'll 'LOVE' if you're a Wimbledon fan. Perfect for healing those cracked heels whilst you enjoy watching the tennis action. Inspired by the strawberry and cream snack which is traditionally enjoyed at Wimbledon, this lovely moisturising gel is made using Strawberry Aroma Flavour.
Stage 1: (Heated to above 70 °C from cold)
4% Kokum Butter
2% Tamanu Oil
Stage 2: (room temperature)
78% Cold Spring Water
10% Rice Starch
Stage 3: (below 40 °C)
4% D-Panthenol
1% Preservative 12
1% Strawberry Aroma
100% Total
  • Weigh all Stage 2 (water-soluble) materials into a stainless steel bowl and place into a saucepan of boiling water (double boiler/bain marie). Bring up to a temperature of over 70 °C whilst stirring.
  • When the Rice Starch has hydrated and formed a thick gel, remove from the heat and then add the Kokum Butter. The residual heat will melt it quickly into the gel especially if it is cut up or crumbled first.
  • Cool it down quickly in a pan of cold water. Keep stirring whilst it cools.
  • When the gel is under 40 °C add the Stage 3 (heat sensitive) ingredients. Combine thoroughly, jar and label.
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