HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN

LOTION BARS

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These lotions bars not only contain powerful moisturizing benefits.  But you use them when in the shower or bath, making them a convenient and time-saving way to keep your skin soft and supple.

All right... let’s get to it!

 

Ingredients & Materials

  • 1 Double Boiler

  • 12 Bar molds- I like to use silicone for easy removal

  • 2 cups of Shea Butter    

Shea Butter is a deep Moisturizer and supports inflammation reduction.

 

  • 2 cups of Coconut Oil     

Coconut Oil is a great moisturizer.  It absorbs quickly and is antifungal.  It can also help soothe skin ailments such as eczema and psoriasis.

 

  • 2 cups of Beeswax      

Beeswax is a moisturizer and has antibacterial properties.  It also supports inflammation reduction.

 

Essential Oils I Like To Use Is:

  • Geranium essential oil

  • Lemongrass essential oil

  • Copaiba Essential oil

 

Geranium Essential Oil

Geranium supports hormone balances, circulation, cell growth, wrinkle & inflammation reduction.  It can relieve stress & anxiety and support mental function.  It is antibacterial and a natural deodorant.

 

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass is a natural cleanser & deodorizer.  It possesses antiseptic and antioxidant properties.  It supports stress and inflammation reduction and promotes blood circulation.

 

Copaiba Essential Oil

Copaiba promotes the tightening of pores and is antibacterial.  It supports skin regeneration, inflammation reduction, and mood enhancement.

Instructions 

  1. Combine shea butter, coconut oil, and beeswax in a double boiler.

  2. Bring water to a boil.

  3. Stir ingredients constantly until they are melted and smooth.

  4. Remove from heat and let cool.

  5. Next, add 20 drops of geranium, 20 drops of lemongrass, and 20 drops of copaiba essential oil.

  6. Gently stir by hand until essential oils are fully incorporated into the mixture.

  7. Then carefully pour into molds of choice.

  8. Allow the lotion bars to cool completely before attempting to take out of molds.

  9. You can let air dry or place in your fridge for quicker results.

 Store your bars in a cool and dry place.  Use within 6 months for best moisturizing and scent benefits.  This recipe makes 12 lotion bars.

And it’s just that easy!

Thanks for Reading!

 

 

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Hi there!  My name is Aimee and I've been on a journey for years...looking for healthy alternatives to conventional beauty care. This website is all about detoxifying the body by making your own do-it-yourself products with natural and simple ingredients.

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