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I made heart shaped lotion bars for Valentine’s day, but you could make them in any shape for any occasion. These all natural lotion bars are a natural alternative to lotions containing artificial fragrances, artificial colors, and other synthetic ingredients. This DIY recipe makes 24 mini-muffin-sized natural lotion bars or 12 regular-muffin-sized lotion bars.
To make the bars easier to remove from the mold, dip the bottom of the tray in hot water for a few seconds. Since these natural lotion bars do not contain preservatives, it is best to use them within one year.
My favorite shape for these honey cocoa scented lotion bars is the bumble bee, since it goes with the beeswax color and scent. You can help support Natural Beauty Lifestyle by purchasing through one of my affiliate links. I considered ordering beeswax on Amazon, but some of the reviews said that it smelled terrible. The mango butter was the only refined ingredient, and it did not have much of a mango smell.
It’s worth it to get good quality ingredients, so the lotion bars turn out smelling decadently wonderful! Heidi Avelino is constantly searching for ways to live a natural and eco friendly lifestyle. I am hoping to make lotion bars using beeswax, olive oil, and shea butter (I am allergic to coconut). Hi, I haven’t had any problem with the lotion bars spoiling, but I do recommend using them within a year. After planning your wedding for months and months it often seems that certain details suffer from hasty last minute decisions in the end … like your wedding hair. I totally agree with the idea of having a natural hairstyle on your wedding day…it definitely should represent who you are! Conventional cleaning products may be loaded with unsafe chemicals (no telling which ones as their formulas are protected as trade secrets…), but fortunately they’re not the only spring cleaning option.
Mix two cups of water and two teaspoons of tea tree oil in a spray bottle, shake well, spray, and let stand for a few hours before wiping. Watch our inspiring, award-winning, must-see video that will open your eyes to the health hazards our children face every day - and how we can overcome them. It took me years of frustration and poisoning my body with chemical-laden skin care products before I finally experienced this last one firsthand.
1 tablespoon tamanu oil: has strong anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibiotic, and antioxidant properties, making it ideal for acne sufferers. 9 drops frankincense essential oil: has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits to the skin, making it ideal for acne-prone skin.
Disclaimer: The content of Body Unburdened either through this website, social media pages, or any other materials distributed by Body Unburdened is intended to provide helpful and informative material. I created and have been using the DIY all-natural oil treatment for acne prone skin, reading about how it was the miraculous answer people had been missing. I was looking over the young living site, to get an idea on the prices per bottle, and I could not find jojoba oil or tamandua oil on the YL site. I’ve never tried camellia oil before and am assuming you’d do oil cleansing method, right? I’ve been putting a concentrated oil on my face at night, and after many years of bad acne my skin has cleared. I have question….If you are using oils in the morning what else are you putting on your face? I’m new to oils…when you put the drops on your face, do you wash it with a face brush and water after or just blend the oils into your face and leave them without rinsing? Plus all the routine: your wash 2 times a day, your exfoliating baking sofa mix once a week, your honey mask once a week, and the oil mix twice a day. I did notice that the wash was leaving my face a little dry but was using more amount of the oil mix..
My skin in a combination, Prone to blemish, and all my life had tried products for acne and everything made my sking dry and I ended up with more blemishes..
Might be a dumb question, but am new to oils, do you wash this off or keep it on like a moisturizer? Hi Nadia, would like to know a combination of EOs for oily skin [T area mostly] for men whose skin tends to be dark after an hour or so. I guess I am just not using the right oils for my oily skin, but I really want to use oils because they have such great benefits for the skin. I can’t wait to try this, but I was wondering if I can use this twice a day or would it make my face more inflamed? I had just asked about my daughter.Also what carrier oil and essential oil would you recommend.
Hello nadia, my boyfriend is 25 years old and has a bad eczema condition on his face and forearm.
Hi I decided to try making this today but I was wondering if there was a differebt oil I could use besides tamanu oil? I wash my face once in the morning and once at night and use moisturizer afterwards… is this routine still okay while using your oil combo moisturizer? I recently discovered that I have a mild case of eczema on my chin, and after going to the dermatologist and paying for the creams they suggested and having negative side effects to two antibiotics they prescribed, I gave up on them.
Hi Nadia, I was wondering if you could use grapeseed oil as the carrier oil instead of jojoba for this face oil? I wanna give a try to the recipe, but I’m not from USA and I couldnt find rosehip or tamanu oil… Is there any other I could use to get the same result in this mix? One of the most exciting days for HIGHonDIY was when BuzzFeed contacted me for a collaboration on a home decor DIY.
Step 4: The water with turmeric from Step 1 should be boiling by now, so turn the heat to low and put the wet pillow case in it. Then you have a beautiful pillow case dyed naturally and embellished with a pom pom trim in a contrasting color.
You can iron it after the dye is dry to seal it better but over time, it will fade with washing. They would make super cute party favors, but make sure to label them, so people know not to eat them! We’re going to show you a wedding hairstyle step-by-step that you can practice at home before your big day.

I agree with Valerie: brides should definitely stay true to themselves and wear a hairstyle that reflects their personalities.
Green cleaners made with common natural, non-toxic ingredients are safer and cheaper to use, and they clean just as well. Our programs help prevent asthma, childhood cancer, and more - because nothing is more important than your child's health. Not only are my breakouts virtually non-existent (I’m now one of those lucky ladies who gets to freak out when she gets one little zit before her period and it feels AWESOME) but it has also helped minimize my oil production. It also helps regenerate skin cells, helping to heal broken skin and reduce the appearance of acne scars.
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What you wrote actually made me LOL but I’m sorry to hear that So glad pumpkin seed is working out for you, though. First off, LOVE YOUR STUFF, I just found your site recently on Pinterest, and I can’t stop reading all your posts My question regarding this mixture: would rosehip oil benefit this mixture at all? Sorry to bombard you with my skin care routine; I’m just not sure where this would fit in! Tamanu and rosehip oil (which you could use instead of tamanu if you’d want) are both dry oils. I was hoping and praying because I have spent so much time and money on so many different treatments, meds, products…how long should I give this to work? I just don’t specifically have it in any recipes posted on the blog… You can use it with or instead of other EOs in any recipe!
You can really use any oil or even EO you’d like – this is just my favorite blend!
I know some oils like rosehip increase photosensitivity and don’t want to worsen my acne scars. But EOs should always be diluted to a maximum of 5% (since 1 ml is 20 drops, for every 1 ml of carrier oil you would add 1 drop of EO).
I just discovered your site, and I’m really excited to use your recipe for my moisturizer!!
Maybe plain at first to see how your skin likes it, and then you can try a blend if you want.
Yes, this is just the mix I like to use – you can make your own with your preferred oils!
Also I’m trying to see if you mentioned it, but for scars, (dark marks from acne) which is better tea tree oil or lavender? I have been doing the oil cleansing technique now for about 2 months, and I have been using grape seed oil morning and night.
Always Try it and if you like it and want to experiment more, then you can add some other oils or EOs.
You can do a small test the individual oils (diluted in some carrier oil) on your inner forearm to see which one is causing the reaction and go from there.
I don’t spend a ton of time in the sun (ugh desk job) but I did recently make a DIY sunscreen lotion I am now using during the daytime and will post soon. Maybe find an alternate (or you could try the oil cleansing method or just washing with honey like my girl Lauren over at Empowered Sustenance) and see if that helps…? It can be a game of trial and error when finding the best skincare products for you but you’ll get there!! Not only for answering and all the info, but for opening a door to a healthier, planet friendly, etc, life for me and my family! I used olive oil to massage my face and I only did it foe about two nights and my face broke it so BAD! It’s been a month now and my breakouts are clearing up BUT now I am afraid to try oils. It depends on how much you use – if you use just a few drops as I mention in the post, it will last you for quite some time. She has acne prone skin but also very dry skin, that it looks like she has a rash at times. I am actually very sensitive to jojoba oil and break out in a rash every time I apply it to my skin. To be honest though, you could pick just 1 face oil and use it (I often use just jojoba oil) as a moisturizer. I love it is never found a moisturizer that made my skin feel so good but id like to get some oils to add to it.
I was wondering tho if I should put this on at night after I wash my fave and then wash it off in the morning or if I should wear it during the day? The only oil I’ve tried is coconut, which works well for my legs and feet but not my chest and face.
I used to wear it both morning and night and would use powder makeup over it during the day (now I just use it at night and use a CC cream during the day).
Omega-3s from a quality fish oil or flax seed oil work wonders for skin and skin issues, as do healthy fats generally.
First of all, I am completely new to essential oils, and your site had made me want to try them right away!!
Starting from one side, pinch a small piece of fabric from the top layer of the pillow case and tie a rubber band around it.
Cut the trim to the length of the pillow case side and sew them together with the needle and thread. I had a lot of fun experimenting outside the regular fashion DIYs you see here and I am definitely going to give other natural dyes a try. I would love to try with bed sheets but I don’t want them to smell like turmeric, and I obviously need to be able to wast them. I only figured it out by chance, I found about saffron being a natural dye, but it was so expensive I bought turmeric instead!
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How putting oil on your face can actually make your skin less oily and less break-out prone. Thank you for supporting Body Unburdened and the work I do to help readers live non-toxic, healthy lives! I was reading about it’s properties, and I would like to incorporate it in somewhere. It depends on whether or not you want to spend the money on each individual piece that goes into the DIY, or just buy the one from MRH. I’ve recently made the switch to all-natural care and it has been such an enlightening and freeing experience!
So they cut the jojoba significantly (which really isn’t too thick of an oil to begin with). My pores might be slightly less nasty, but my break outs are worse than before, and now with cystic acne from the oil. Just remember the dilution ratio, which is very important (EOs are powerful and you don’t want to use too much!). This is just the recipe that works for *me* and that I use everyday – but it is totally customizable! Can someone tell me exactly how many drops of tea tree oil to mix with tamanu oil for face scars or should I use the lavender essential oil?
Would it be too much for me to cleanse with the grape seed oil , and than apply this DIY moisturizer?
Pores were small, had a glow, super clean, the skin was tone, very little blemishes (that’s were I put tea tree) And this 3rd week I broke out all over my face and have a light redness all over , also some dry patches. At the moment I only have sweet almond, avocado and flax seed oil in my house, can any of them substitute well for the Tamanu oil? I pinned your all-natural face oil for acne prone and oily skin, so I must ask will this be a safe and beneficial things to use on my face with eczema? Also, the gut microbiome plays a big role in skin conditions, so you may want to look into a high-quality probiotic (you want at least 10 billion bacteria count and a variety of different strains). You have mentioned 2 oz bottle (which also I procured) and then suggested 9 drops each (total 18 drops of EO) of Lavender and Frankincense EOs. I have read most of your recipes, but there is so many things to read and it is getting confusing. Do you have any DIY shampoo’s or conditioner’s that you use or could recommend? Of the several ideas I proposed, they really liked the tie-dye idea for a pillow case using a natural dye. Then take out the pillow case and rinse it in cold water until you get rid of all the excess dye and wring it out. If you are using an intricate mold on a hot summer day, a better method is to place the tray of lotion bars in the freezer for at least 10 minutes before flipping the tray and popping out the bars.
We used the Nordic Ware Pro Cast Floral Cupcake Pan and the Nordic Ware Platinum Backyard Bugs Pan to create these shapes. Wedding hairstyles come in all shapes and sizes and we have found that the more natural, and the more you look like yourself, the better. For a mildly abrasive scouring scrub, just blend baking soda and plant-based liquid soap to your preferred consistency.
I love Rosehip, but it can be irritating for some acne-sufferers which is why I put tamanu oil in this post. I am debating making the diy facial oil or buying the wild rose facial oil from mountain rose herbs. But then I’ve read all about these essential oils and carrier oils that I get so confused of what I should use on my face! Is it light, and non-greasy enough for a daytime kind of moisturizer, say for underneath makeup? I want ted to know if you have had any experience with olive oil and how it go for you since you have oily skin too. As for my face, I’ve just been using African Black Soap to cleanse and rosehip oil to moisturize. I am from South Africa, I have not even heard of that one, although it could be out there somewhere, it defi is not a common one on the shelves here. Could you maybe make a post stating what your morning and night routines are and attaching a link to the recipes you have posted because that would be the best page ever!!! I’ve been using essential oils for a awhile but never thought to put on face because there are oils. It comes in little pebbles, which makes it much easier to measure and separate than if it were in one big block. Whether you want your wedding hair to simply have a soft curl, or if you want a wedding hairstyle to be a bit more formal and done-up, these three examples might be just what you were looking for to add that perfect last minute touch to your wedding-day look.
I have the exact same mix with rosehip (and a different combo of EOs) that I use less often. And also since I’m just a newbie in this, I don’t really want to spend lots of money buying many different oils and end up not using them! I’ve only recently started using it somewhat regularly, but I was also wondering if there were better options?
Since it’s mostly carrier oils and a teeny bit of essential oils, would it be okay to just clean it out with some alcohol? I just want decent skin so much- not to have to use layers of concede are, worry about my makeup uncovering my skin and scars, to be able to swim with my kids and not think about my skin, etc…help!
So I just wonder if you can give any advice on how I should start using oils as moisturiser? I added 10 drops of each (hopefully that isn’t too much) but I do know that those three oils do not need to be diluted to use.
Please suggest should I go with one Oz bottle with same quantities as mentioned by you or can I simply double the quantity (18 ml of each EO) with the 2 Oz bottle. My DIY was posted on BuzzFeed earlier in April and I am sharing the same DIY with you here.
If you do this, I’d suggest making a smaller batch though since the tea tree does also work to inhibit bacteria growth in the wash itself, which is very important when it comes to natural DIY products (and make sure your jar is sterile). I feel like I should be exfoliating but I know your supposed to be gentle too, so I’m confused about the best way.

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