I am loving my new homemade moisturizing body wash. This is my second batch of body wash to make. I have adjusted the ingredients some to get more suds.
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Moisturizing Body Wash
If you are concern about what goes on your body/skin like so many others then give this homemade moisturizing body wash a try. It is a nourishing and hydrating body wash made from natural ingredients, and the ingredients can be adjusted to your liking with a little trial an error. You can leave ingredients out or add more.
Moisturizing Body Wash Recipe
- 2 Tablespoons of Jojoba oil
- 3 Teaspoons Glycerin
- 40 Drops of Orange Essential Oil
- 1 Tablespoon Vitamin E Oil
- 1 Cup Castile Soap
- 1 Tablespoon Raw Honey
- 1/2 Cup Filtered Water
Mix all ingredients for this moisturizing body wash together in a pump bottle, shake to mix each time before using.
Just A Little About The Ingredients In This Moisturizing Body Wash
Glycerin is a soothing and moisturizing agent that absorbs water and helps seal in moisture.
Jojoba nourish the skin, adding balance and fortifying benefits.
Vitamin E oil moisturizes, softens, and nourishes dry skin.
Orange oil is refreshing, uplifting, and inviforating, which makes this moisturizing body wash great for in the mornings. Giving you a refreshing lift to start off your day.
Honey exfoiates and nourishes dry skin. Honey is also know for it’s antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Which help reduce swelling, controls infection, and promotes healing. Honey helps retain moisture keeping the skin hydrated, and removes inpurities by unclogging the pores.
Castile soap is made from vegetable oils and does not contain synthetic fragrances or detergents.
Do you make your own beauty products? If so please share, what you’ve tried and what works for you.