DIY Skin Soothing All Natural Recipe!
Here is a DIY Skin Soothing All Natural Recipe to put on you or your kids after a day (or night) of playing outside!
I don’t know about you, but I HATE when I have something on my skin that I can’t seem to shake. That feeling that is annoying and hard to get rid of. This DIY Skin Soothing All Natural Recipe is perfect for those spots on your skin that need relief!
Super easy to make, and all-natural relief in a bottle!
Skin Soothing Recipe
Here’s What You Need:
10 Drops Joy Essential Oil
5 Drops Tea Tree Oil
5 Drops Frankincense
1 Tablespoon Which Hazel
1 Tablespoon Carrier Oil
Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle or a 15 ml oil bottle.
Put the oils in first and then fill the jar with your carrier oil and which hazel – if you are using a 15ml bottle just do 1/2 with which hazel and 1/2 with carrier oil.
Apply directly to skin on needed areas.
- 10 Drops Joy Essential Oil
- 5 Drops Tea Tree Oil
- 5 Drops Frankincense
- 1 Tablespoon Which Hazel
- 1 Tablespoon Carrier Oil
- Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle or a 15 ml oil bottle.
- Put the oils in first and then fill the jar with your carrier oil and which hazel - if you are using a 15ml bottle just do ½ with which hazel and ½ with carrier oil.
- Apply directly to skin on needed areas.
You can also take this with you camping, hiking, playing, sitting at a sports event, or anytime you’ve been outside and need extra support for your skin to help give you soothing relief!
If you are wanting to prevent needing a skin soother, try this Outside Spray BEFORE you go outside to keep pests away!
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