Can you imagine the sensuous softness of your skin after getting treated with body lotion recipe made from natural ingredients?
If you want to pamper your skin but you're afraid of the chemicals they put in skin creams nowadays, then making your own body lotion using a homemade recipes may be your best bet!
A homemade lotion is a lot more affordable and all-natural than the moisturizers presently available in the market today. Besides which, it's the perfect way to pamper your body without worrying about the side effects of unknown and dangerous synthetic chemicals.
Just follow the instructions on how to make body lotion outlined below so that you too can enjoy the benefits of homemade body lotions your skin will love!
one-fourth cocoa butter, a Vitamin E capsule, one teaspoon of rose oil, half a cup of rosewater, three-fourths cup of almond oil, half an ounce of grated beeswax, aloe vera gel, and a teaspoon of lanolin.
To prepare it, you need to first mix into a container the cocoa butter, beeswax, lanolin, and almond oil together. From there, melt the concoction at low heat. Make sure the ingredients totally melt. Let the melted mix cool down after a period of time.
As for the remaining ingredients of rose oil, Vitamin E capsule, aloe vera gel, and rosewater, you should mix them all up in a separate bowl. Blend both the heated mixture and this mixture until you get a resulting liquid that's smooth and consistent. You can adjust the thickness of the lotion with almond oil and rosewater. You can also store it in an airtight bottle at a cool, dry place.
This recipe can be applied all over your body, particularly your knees, elbows, feet, palms, and other dry areas.
The ingredients for this body lotion recipe for oily skin are as follows: two multivitamin tablets, a Vitamin C tablet, half a cup of gelatin liquid mix, one-fourth teaspoon of alum, glycerin, and a teaspoon of seaweed.
To prepare it, you need to first mix the seaweed, glycerin, Vitamin C tablet, multivitamin tablet, and gelatin together. From there, add the alum after everything has been completely blended together. You can add glycerin to adjust the overall texture of the concoction.
The lotion can be stored in an airtight container while inside your refrigerator or any other place that's cool and dry. Refrigeration can even extend its shelf life. This body lotion recipe is perfect for moisturizing your skin without leaving you with a greasy, grimy feel. Even though moisturizers and oils go hand-in-hand most of the time when it comes to skincare, this recipe proves that there's a way to achieve smooth, supple skin without basting yourself with all sorts of grease and oil.
At any rate, these do-it-yourself recipes are here so that you can enjoy the gifts that Mother Nature has to offer without risking the side effects of man made chemicals in commercial lotions.
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