Thursday , 23 March 2017

Easy DIY Moisturizers

01-Skincare-Needs

Homemade Body Lotion with Rosewater

Rosewater, honey, sweet almond oil, and coconut oil make this lovely lotion a great option for anyone interested in natural beauty products. Store it in a mason jar that seals tightly to ensure maximum shelf life. The Little Pine has the recipe.

02-Skincare-Needs

All Purpose Healing Salve

This versatile DIY recipe can be used as an intensive moisturizer, but that’s just the beginning. Use it to soothe diaper rash, itchy bug bites, small scrapes, minor burns, chapped lips, and more. One Good Thing by Jillee has the details.

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Whipped Body Butter

For a light moisturizer that smells amazing and won’t make your skin feel greasy, you can’t go wrong with a whipped body butter. The Prairie Homestead has two recipes to share: one that smells like chocolate and another that you can customize with your favorite fragrance.

04-Skincare-Needs

DIY Wrinkle Reducing Cream

Don’t worry if you can’t afford those expensive anti-aging products! Coconut oil, vitamin E oil, lavender essential oil, and peppermint essential oil combine to create a frugal alternative that promotes younger looking skin.  Six Dollar Family has the recipe.

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Skin Soothing Aloe Vera Lotion

Aloe vera gel is the secret ingredient in this DIY body lotion, which can be chilled and applied to soothe sunburn. Pins and Procrastination has the details.

06-Skincare-Needs

Simple Unscented Lotion Bars

If you prefer to keep your beauty routine as simple as possible, this lotion bar recipe is sure to please. Beeswax, coconut oil, and grapeseed oil give you naturally soft skin. Holi Coffee has the recipe.

07-Skincare-Needs

Calming Lavender Lotion Bars

Made with dried lavender, this lotion bar offers soothing aromatherapy benefits. It’s a great choice for moisturizing after an evening bath, since the calming effect of the lavender will promote a restful night’s sleep. How We Learn has the details.

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In-Shower Exfoliating Lotion Bar

A copycat of the LUSH in-shower exfoliating lotion bars, this DIY recipe uses ground rice and cocoa almonds to naturally exfoliate the skin and a blend of cocoa butter and shea butter to moisturize. What Rose Knows has the recipe.

09-Skincare-Needs

Sunscreen Lotion Bars

Moisturize your skin and protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays with this recipe from Mommypotamus. Natural sun protection is provided through a custom blend of coconut oil, shea butter, beeswax, and zinc oxide.

10-Skincare-Needs

Mosquito Repellent Lotion Bar

Another lotion bar recipe that does double-duty, this recipe from The Savvy Naturalista uses citronella, lemon, peppermint, and lemongrass essential oils to naturally keep away mosquitoes.

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Cranberry Chutney Lotion Tubes

This recipe pairs the wonderfully sweet and tart scent of cranberry with the moisturizing benefits of cocoa and mango butters and the anti-oxidant qualities of Manuka honey. The push up packaging makes it less messy than a traditional lotion bar, but you can create the recipe as a standard lotion bar if you prefer.  Soap Deli News has the recipe.

12-Skincare-Needs

Bronzing Lotion Stick

Are you bummed out by your pale skin? Give yourself as summery glow with a DIY bronzing lotion stick made with a little cinnamon and cocoa powder for color. The example uses cedarwood essential oil for fragrance, but you could easily swap out your favorite essential oil. Head over to the doTerra blog to learn more.

13-Skincare-Needs

Glitter Lotion Bars

Give your broken eye shadow, bronzer, or highlighter a new life by using the powder to make lotion bars that will give your skin a sexy shimmer.  The Makeup Dummy has the instructions.

14-Skincare-Needs

Massage Lotion

Treat your significant other to a special evening with this DIY edible and moisturizing massage lotion. Scratch Mommy has the recipe.