I need some advice. I make some wonderful lotion, but i am having trouble with it NOT emulsifying. The recipe calls for bees wax, water (infused or not), oils (with at least 1/3 or the oils being solid at room temp - I did coconut oil and some sweet almond oil), then 20 drops of essential oil. According to the recipe you melt the wax, add heated water, and then slowly add the oils while blending - the process being similar to making mayo. It is supposed to not need an emulsifying agent (like E-wax, Borax, etc), the process is supposed to be sufficient. However I am finding this is not the case. It creams up beautifully, but then after about 6 hours of sitting, it has seprated. So I re-blend til it is nice and creamy...and then after a while it seprates... and then we repeat. I used some while it was creamy it is was wonderful, so I would like to save this lotion and not throw it out. I also would not have to remix it every time I want to use it (I have an electric hand mixer that I would like to stop re-washing :lol ). I guess my question is, can I just add some Emulsifying agent and save my lotion I already made, or do I need to start over? How would I add an emulsifying agent to an already made lotion; remelt the lotion, add the agent and then blend? Which should I use for an emulsifying agent and why (for future reference and for saving my lotion)? I apperciate any help and advice!