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How To Make A MSM Cream | MSM Cream Benefits

July 05, 2019 3 min read 2 Comments

How To Make A MSM Cream | MSM Cream Benefits

How to make a MSM Cream

Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM powder, is routinely ingested as a dietary supplement to receive the published benefits that it provides. It’s commonly referred to as Organic Sulfur due to the carbon and sulfur molecules contained within it. While studies have shown that through ingestion this supplement can safely improve skin quality and tone, an additional use for maximizing outcomes could be a topical use. Furthermore, for those individuals supplementing with this product to maximize joint support, it has been reported that a combination of oral and topical use may provide optimal results. 

What is MSM cream good for? 

So just what is MSM cream used for? A majority of published studies regarding this organic sulfur product are in relation to ingestion, but there has been frequent commentary regarding its use in conditions such as the following: 

  • Rosacea
  • Psoriasis 
  • Acne Scars
  • Hair Loss 
  • Inflammation and pain of body joints

MSM Cream Benefits:

The use of MSM lotion or cream may lead to improved skin benefits such as the following:

  • Smoother skin through the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improved skin texture and elasticity
  • Support the collagen building blocks of skin and keratin the structural support of hair and nails. 
  • Regain and retain healthy skin, hair and nails. 

Generic MSM Face Cream Recipe:MSM Face Cream Recipe


Video of How to Make a MSM Cream: The above video is an example of how you can use our MSM powder to produce your own version of a MSM cream or MSM lotion. 


Generic recipe from the video above: 

To make 8 ounces of aloe vera mixture with 10% MSM powder you'll need the follow: 

Step 1: Blend the .8 oz MSM powder (this volume will change depending on the total weight of your end product, and the percentage of MSM you'd like to include - most lotions or creams will allow for 5 - 15% of MSM Organic Sulfur to be added without significantly changing the texture). Alternatively, you can use a mortar and pestle to crush the MSM crystals into a fine powder. Take care not to blend the scoop or desiccant found within each package. 

Step 2: Mix blended MSM into your aloe vera base (or whatever cream/lotion you prefer).  

Step 3: Scoop the final mixture into a plastic baggie. Cut off one corner and kneed your cream/lotion into the air tight container of your choice. If the container is wide mouthed, you may not need to use a baggie to limit spills. 

Step 4: Try it out!

We know of no skin irritation or dermatitis as a result of using MSM topically, however, we are unable to provide specific dosing or medical advice. We do encourage you to follow up with your primary healthcare provider if you have specific questions or concerns. 

MSM in cosmetics:

In more recent years cosmetic manufacturers have begun to use MSM in their products. If you find that you enjoy the benefits from a MSM cream or lotion like the one above, consider searching for cosmetics that include this supplement in their products. 


2 Responses

No Boundaries Health and Wellness
No Boundaries Health and Wellness

July 09, 2019

Hi Mary,

Once your MSM Organic Sulfur level gets above 15% it starts to not be absorbed by the base lotion or cream. If you start small and slowly add you should be able to find a mixture that you like.

Wishing you all the best!

Mary
Mary

July 09, 2019

I do not have a scale to achieve exact ingredient amounts . Is this a critical element in making this creme? Thank you. Mary

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