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Chocolate body wash... a warm, luxurious treat

Body wash is a product that cleanses the skin and is similar to liquid soap. It removes the germs and dirt from your skin. You can get some with a formula for dry skin, a formula for oily skin, and a formula for both types together. Make sure that your shower or bath water is warm, not to hot. Once you are wet, you can apply the chocolate body wash with your hands, or with a washcloth. By using a washcloth, or some other bath aide, you will be getting the dead skin off your body with a good lather and gentle scrubbing motions.

Chocolate body wash is better than soap because so the body washes have a lotion or moisturizer in their formula. Do not use it on your face. It can cause drying or clog the pores on the sensitive skin.

If you have trouble finding the right body wash for your type of skin, consider making your own body wash. You can make it for just your skin type. Here are three recipes for making your own chocolate body wash.

Ingredients and preparation

You need 1/4 cup of pure aloe Vera gel, 1 1/2 cups of unscented, very mild liquid soap, and chocolate fragrance Oil . Mix aloe Vera gel and liquid soap together. Once mixed add chocolate fragrance oil until you get the right scent. Stir and then put it in a jar with a lid.

For dry skin--You need a base material, which can be shampoo or liquid soap, unscented, 1/2 tablespoon Shea butter, 1/4 cup aloe Vera, 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum, chocolate fragrance oil.

Put Shea butter and aloe Vera gel in microwave safe bowl for 1 minute, stirring every 15 seconds. Add your base. Stir in 1/2 teaspoon of xanthan for each cup of body wash you are making if you want to create a thicker product.

Add your chocolate fragrance oil to desired smell. Put in a decorative jar. If your skin is very dry, you can add 30 drops of almond oil.

4 tablespoons aloe Vera gel, 1 cup unscented shampoo, one-teaspoon table salt, 1 1/2 cups distilled water, approximately 30 drops of chocolate fragrance oil, and bottle to put it in. Warm water, mix with shampoo, then add rest of ingredients. Pour into a decorative bottle.

Varieties

If you do not want to take the time to make your own body wash, you can find several varieties at your local bath and body shop, and maybe your local department store. If you buy one at one of these stores, you can figure it will cost you $5 to $10, depending on the brand, scent, and size of bottle. If you want some without all those preservatives, you can check at your local health food store for those. The trend in skin care has been that a lot more companies are moving toward natural, clean ingredients so you are likely to find these products easily.

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If would like a variety of chocolate body washes to choose from, you can add a second scent such as orange fragrance oil, or peppermint fragrance oil. The possibilities are endless. You can give them as gifts.


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