Combine safflower oil and
beeswax pellets or shavings into a clean, dry bowl. Microwave on low,
gently, until the beeswax has melted.
Slowly drizzle the teaspoon
of honey into the oil mixture, beating thoroughly. A dedicated blender or
food processor works fine (dedicated meaning you keep a spare one for craft
projects, and you do not use it for food preparation).
Using a teaspoon or dropper,
slowly drop minute amounts of distilled water into the oil/wax/honey,
whisking quickly the entire time.
Once you have incorporated
all of the distilled water into the mixture, allow your cream to "settle"
for at least five minutes. Water which has not incorporated will settle to
the bottom, and the cream layer will rise to the top. Drain off and discard
this lower layer of water.
Gently spoon one teaspoon of "cold cream" into
each well of a clean, dry ice cube tray. Freeze until solid. (Optional: Spread a large,
loose piece of plastic wrap over the try for easy removal of the cubes at
I have used cold cream for
many years and its one of my favorite cleansers, moisturizers and general