DIY – Natural Body Wash Recipe With Castile Soap For Sensitive Skin

For most human beings, the shower “show” is made out of 2 parts, Shampooing is the first, and Soaping is the second.

Full of natural nutrients and properties, this DIY body soap recipe, will teach you about exfoliations, and the benefits of using natural ingredients in order to create the perfect body soap product!

Made with Vitamin E, Almond oil, Lavender oil & Peppermint, you’ll get your skin to the perfect results you have ever dreamt of.

the Vitamin E  is our immune system supporter, stabling our cells function, and helps benefit the skin’s health in general.

Almond oil is rich in vitamin D, vitamin E, and various minerals that help soothe the skin from irritation, protect the skin from UV radiation damage and restore the skin’s moisture barrier.

So don’t hesitate! Join our journey right now, and learn how to exfoliate yourself, by making your own natural soap.
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DIY13 essential oils liquid body soap

Ingredients ⭐️

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3/4 Cup.

Castile Soap

3/4 Cup.

Filtered Water

1 Tbsp.

Vitamin E Oil

1 Tbsp.

Sweet Almond Oil

15 Drops.

Lavender Essential Oil

8 Drops.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Liquid Soap Container

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How To Make 🥣

Step 1

Set up your tabe with a bowl of water, castile soap, vitamin E oil, almond oil, lavender & peppermint essential oil.

Step 4

Set up a liquid soap container so you could use it with it’s accurate form later when using. Pour the water into the container.

Step 3

Now add the oils to the container, close it, and shake well.
Let the soap sit in the container for 2 hours before applying on body.

How To Use ❓

In order to use a body soap product, wash your skin in the shower or bath, lather a bit of the body soap on your hands or on a wash cloth to apply it to your skin. wash it off, and use your towel to tap-dry it, notice not to rub becuase rubbing takes away moisture.

Notes 📌

Soaps are known as bacteria killers. This recipe contains nutrients from the natural ingredients that support our immune system and helps with preventing the bacterias to get under our skin.

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