DIY Recipes πŸ”¬ for Girls Who Want to Make Their Own Luxurious Lotions 😊 ...

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There comes a time in a woman's life when you start questioning the ingredients of big brand beauty products.

When this time coincides with the need to make something in your own kitchen, you likely end up with homemade concoctions for the skin and hair.

Case in point: the following delicious and great-smelling DIY lotions.

Try these recipes for supple and smoother skin.2

1. Basic Body Butter Bar

Basic Body Butter Bar

Doesn't this DIY lotion bar look good enough to eat?

I bet it smells heavenly, too.

This beauty recipe calls for basic ingredients.

To make your own, you will need beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter, and your favorite essential oil.

Lavender was used here.

If you can't find shea butter, cocoa butter will be a great substitute.2

Source: gourmandeinthekitchen.com

2. Pineapple Lotion Bar

Pineapple Lotion Bar

This recipe is very similar to the previous one we've featured but it has that added pineapple look courtesy of cute molds.

You can get soap molds from various craft shops.

They're available online, too.

For the lotion bar recipe, you will need shea butter, beeswax pastilles, and fragrance oil.

Source: woodsofbelltrees.com

3. Lemon Hand Lotion

Lemon Hand Lotion

Here we have another incredibly easy recipe for making your own hand lotion.

This DIY beauty project calls only for glycerin and lemon juice.

You mix them and then store in an airtight container.

Apply to your hands as needed.

Source: passionshake.com

4. Double Chocolate Body Butter

Double Chocolate Body Butter

Yes, that is body butter.

No, that is not dessert.

To make this delicious-looking body butter, you will be using cocoa butter, virgin coconut oil, beeswax pastilles, almond oil, vanilla extract, and raw cacao powder.

As for tools, you will need saucepan, stove or microwave, and a wire whisk or a mixer.

Source: backtothebooknutrition.com

5. Shimmering Body Butter Bars

Shimmering Body Butter Bars

These can be made using a recipe that is very similar to the first and second we've featured in this list.

These hexagon bars, however, have that added visual effect in the form of gold dust or shimmer powder.

You simply add the powder to the beeswax, coconut oil, cocoa butter, and shea butter mixture before pouring into the mold.

Let cool and use to moisturize and add subtle glitter to your skin.

Source: withlovely.com

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