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DIY Bath Snowballs - made from epsom salt and scented oil. Great for a Christmas gift.
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Great DIY gift idea DIY Bath Snowballs - made from epsom salt and scented oil. Great for a Christmas gift. - Click image to find more Holidays & Events Pinterest pins
diy: Bath Snowballs recipe // These fragrant spheres for the bath (we scented ours with peppermint oil) are made by packing Epsom salts into a plastic mold. | #bath #fizzies #essential oils #skin care #beauty
Bath salt Snowballs (dyed epsom salts, food coloring and essential oils)
DIY Bath Snowballs - made from epsom salt and scented oil. Great for a Christmas gift. <--Also, easiest recipe for bath bombs I've seen!
DIY Bath Snowballs - made from epsom salt and essential oil. Great for a Christmas gift.
crock pot soap
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Crockpot homemade soap recipe
Crockpot soap recipe
Crockpot Castile Soap: Ingredients (by weight, unless noted) 26 ounces pomace olive oil 26 ounces coconut oil 2 ounces castor oil 1.2 ounces stearic acid (optional, for hardening) 8.38 ounces sodium hydroxide (lye) 14 to 20 ounces distilled water — not by weight (I use 18 ounces)
Easy Crock Pot Castile Soap 26 ounces pomace olive oil 26 ounces coconut oil 2 ounces castor oil 1.2 ounces stearic acid (optional, for hardening) 8.38 ounces sodium hydroxide (lye) 14 to 20 ounces distilled water — not by weight (I use 18 ounces) http://suchtreasures.com/2010/05/14/crockpot-castile-soap/
Basic crock pot (hot process) castile soap recipe and instructions
How To Make Fizzy Aromatherapy Bath Bombs -2 Cups Baking Soda -1 Cup Citric Acid -4 teaspoons massage oil ( or 2 teaspoons essential oil and 2 teaspoons olive oil) -Spray bottle with water -Mold (60 mm 2 part plastic ball) Mix dry ingredients, then slowly spray with water until mixture clumps together (careful not to activate the bath bomb!). Pack into mold.
DIY Lush Bath bombs.
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homemade bath bombs - 2 cups baking soda, 1 cup citric acid, 4 teaspoons massage oil (or 2tsp essential oil + 2 tsp olive oil), spray bottle with water
DIY Lush Style Fizzy Bath Balls
DIY Lush bath bomb recipe!
Lush Bath Bomb Copy Cat! Make you own bath bombs! www.skiptomylou.org #diy #bathbombs
DIY Lush Bath bombs. Cool gift ideas.
DIY Lush Bath bombs with doTERRA Essential Oils Http://www.mydoterra.com/lholamon/
Homemade Lotion Bars. None of the chemicals, parabens, formaldehyde, petroleum, etc. that you'll find in store-bought lotions! Use coconut and olive oil.
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Homemade Lotion Bars (2 Recipes!) and Lip Balm | My Yellow Umbrella Melt a 1:1:1 ratio of all three ingredients (you’re going to add the essential oils at the end, if you’re using them) in a double boiler, cool slightly and pour into molds. Equal parts of: Cocoa butter, Beeswax & Coconut Oil Optional: Vitamin E Oil and Grapeseed Oil Optional: essential oil of your choice;
Great gifts: Homemade Lotion Bars and Lip Balm: made with only coconut oil, olive oil, beeswax & essential oil. (Blogger's original recipe was crisco and veggie oil BUT in the comments, she says she made it with CO and OO and it turned out beautifully. So, use same recipe but sub in CO & OO.) None of the yucky chemicals, parabens, formaldehyde, petroleum, etc. that you'll find in store-bought lotions and absorbs into the skin wonderfully.
Homemade Lotion Bars (2 Recipes!) and Lip Balm | My Yellow Umbrella #diy #lotion #lotionbar #Lipbalm #essentialoil #healthy Nice and easy -- exciting to have a 4 ingredient lotion bar!
Candy Cane sugar scrub...homemade
Peppermint Sugar Scrubs, Body Scrubs, Sugarscrub, Gifts Ideas, Homemade Candy, Scrubs Recipes, Candy Canes, Canes Sugar, Christmas Gifts
christmas gift idea: candy cane sugar scrub.
Homemade candy cane sugar scrub recipe. Also has proper warnings for using essential oils and a link to preservatives for longer shelf life!
Homemade Candy Cane sugarscrub
DIY Candy Cane body scrub recipe
peppermint sugar scrub for christmas gifts
Tried and true body scrub...your legs will feel like soft little bunnies.
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Super Silky Summer Legs - diy pedicure!
Super Silky Summer Legs! This really works! I did it this morning! And if your like me it's hard to get super smooth legs. Next time I will use baby oil because I hate the smell of olive oil.
Super Silky Summer Legs: It feels like that expensive pedicure at the salon. Ingredients: 1 1/4 C Sugar, 1/2 C Oil (any oil can be used, olive oil, coconut oil, baby oil, canola oil) 3 tablespoons Citrus (Lime or lemon), 2 Razors. Shave legs, scrub on mixture, rinse then shave again. Wash with soap, apply lotion. Can use for under arms, feet, hands as well. Read blog for more indepth suggestions.
How to get Super Silky Legs Super Silky Summer Legs Next time you are feeling down, about to binge, going on a date, or just need to pamper yourself, do this. I just did it and I can not stop rubbing my legs together. It feels like I paid for that over expensive pedicure at the salon. Ingredients 1 1/4 C Sugar (Yup, plain, good-ol’ white sugar) 1/2 C Oil (I used olive oil, but you can use any oil, coconut oil, baby oil, canola oil) 3 tablespoons Citrus (Lime or lemon) 1-2 Razors
Super Silky Summer Legs (sugar scrub): This method of scrub, shave, scrub does produce super soft, silky legs. I used olive oil, but will use coconut in the future because it smells yummy. Unfortunately, the last thing I want to do with my freshly silkified legs is clean the tub, but it is a must. Be warned- oil residue everywhere = super slick tub!
Baking soda! Make your skin glow with an easy home remedy in 5 min. here’s the recipe: 3 TBSP baking soda 1 TBSP water mix together well. apply to face in circular motion. let sit for five minutes. rinse off with warm water. say hello to healthy, glowing skin! Do this once a week...I want to try this!