This easy-to-make honey almond soap with wheatgerm both cleanses and gently exfoliates dry skin. Crafted with honey melt and pour soap base, wheatgerm, and bitter almond essential oil, this soap recipe is intentionally simple. Read on to learn how to make this moisturizing honey almond scented soap recipe which also makes for an affordable handmade gift.
Create a variety of holiday room sprays with this easy tutorial. These simple air freshening sprays are crafted with essential oils to safely fragrance your home. Read on to learn how to make your own festive room sprays, and bring the aromas of the holiday season into every room of your house.
Who doesn’t love the scents of the holiday season? Peppermint candy canes, egg nog, warm spiced ciders, and the smell of fresh greenery from Christmas trees or holiday wreaths. Not to mention the delicious aroma of holiday baking with the smell of sugar and spice and everything nice.
Ideal for beginners, this simple emulsifying cleansing oil requires only two ingredients. It’s inexpensive, easy to make, and rinses clean with water. The secret ingredient? A natural, plant-based emulsifier that emulsifies and removes makeup in one step.
I’ve been making my own natural makeup removers at home for years. But even though I have a cupboard full of cleansing balms, micellar waters, and other DIY concoctions, I continually find myself gravitating towards my favourite store bought cleansing oil.
Learn how to make a festive sugar cookie body butter for Christmas and the holiday season. This nourishing homemade body butter contains shea butter, cocoa butter, and fractionated coconut oil. It also incorporates a special blend of essential oils that combine perfectly to create a delicious, all-natural sugar cookie scent.
Learn how to make aromatherapy DIY shower steamers with essential oils! You’ll learn how to make and use shower steamers and receive four homemade recipes for wake me up citrus shower bursts, eucalyptus shower bombs for colds, relaxing rose shower tablets and lavender shower melts for sleep. This comprehensive tutorial is a guest post from the lovely ladies of Country Hill Cottage, and also includes tips for packaging, as well as free printable labels for gift giving.
This moisturizing pumpkin spice latte bath soak is an indulgent fall treat for your skin. It contains nourishing milk powder, natural Australian Ceara bath salts, pumpkin powder, and a dash of coffee grounds. Vanilla, coffee, copaiba, and cardamom essential oils impart a warm pumpkin spice latte scent to this colourful bath soak.
Reveal a softer, smoother complexion this fall with this DIY pumpkin face mask. This homemade exfoliating mask contains no coarse abrasives like sugar or salt. Instead, it’s made with real pumpkin powder to gently exfoliate without scrubbing. This pumpkin mask’s silky, gel-like texture comes from non-greasy squalane oil and cera bellina wax, which sink into skin readily to eliminate dryness. As a bonus, it has the light aroma of real pumpkin.
This decadent DIY pumpkin spice body butter is whipped to fluffy perfection. It contains a luxurious combination of soft nilotica shea butter, rich bacuri butter, fractionated coconut oil, and beeswax. Red and yellow clay provide a silky skin feel and a natural pop of colour, while natural essential oils create a non-toxic fragrance.
Learn to make a DIY emulsifying cleansing balm with blue tansy oil. This brilliantly blue cleansing balm recipe is a treat for your skin, helping to moisturize and soothe as it melts away makeup. It contains a natural emulsifier for effortless makeup removal. Plus, it’s inexpensive, all-natural, and easy to make in your kitchen, saving you money on expensive brand name cleansing balms.
Learn how to make three fall-inspired DIY sugar scrub cubes: fall bouquet, cinnamon churro and caffè mocha. These easy to make sugar scrub cubes exfoliate, moisturize and cleanse your skin all in one simple step. They’re made with melt and pour soap, shea butter and coconut oil for gentle cleansing. Plus, they’re scented with essential oils and dried flowers so they’re both non-toxic and all-natural.