How to make your own bath products?

 

How to make your own bath products? Do you want to learn how to make your own bath products? It's fairly easy and takes a little bit of work. Read on to find out more.
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Do you want to learn how to make your own bath products? Custom Bath Products are a great way to ensure that you aren’t putting harmful chemicals and artificial ingredients into your body. Once you become familiar with some basic ingredients that can be found in the kitchen and the techniques, there is no end to the creative products you can make! You can start creating your own bath oils, bath salts, soaps, lotions and facials. You can really turn your bathroom turn into a luxurious bath spa retreat.

 

Not only are natural bath products a great way to avoid chemicals, but they make great gifts, home decor and can even be the start of a profitable home business. Place your homemade products in decorative bottles to enjoy, give as gifts or sell for a profit!

 

It’s fairly easy to make your own bath products. It takes a little bit of work, but it is not a terribly difficult process. The nice thing about making your own body wash is that you can control its consistency; its scent and its price. Premium brands of body wash easily sell for around the $10.00 mark, but you can make your own for far less. It is definitely not a difficult process to do this. It just takes a little grating of some soap and a little melting, plus some stirring. Doesn’t sound too tough, does it?

 

Below are some ideas to make your own bath products.

 

DIY Bath Product Recipe #1

 

The needed ingredients are 1 cup of sweet almond oil, ½ cup of raw organic honey (or manuka honey), ½ cup of liquid castile soap and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Mix all the ingredients well in a big bowl. When you want to use it, you pour1/2 cup into hot running water and enjoy a refreshing soak.

 

Almond oil quickly absorbs into the skin without leaving your skin feeling greasy, making it an incredible moisturizer. Not only does almond oil reduce the appearance of wrinkles, it also soothes painful cracking and burns on the skin and absorbs into the deep tissue to relieve aching muscles and joints.

 

Honey is a natural moisturizer as well as a natural anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent. Honey has been used for centuries in a number of natural remedies for its wide array of health benefits. Honey in your bubble bath will soften and gently clean your skin, leaving it looking young and healthy.

 

Castile soap is 100 per cent natural and made from olive oil. It is not only the bubbling agent in your vanilla honey bubble bath; it will also soften and moisturize your skin. Castile soap can be found in health food stores and comes in a variety of scents.

 

DIY Bath Product Recipe #2

 

The required ingredients are ½ cup of dried chamomile leaves, 4 cups of powdered milk, 2 tablespoons of coconut oil, ½ cup of unscented liquid castile soap.

 

Boil some water and fill up to half cup of the boiled water.  Add 1/2 cup of dried chamomile to the water and cover the pot with a tight fitting lid. Allow the chamomile to steep for 20 minutes before straining the leaves from the water.

 

Pour the chamomile water into a bowl and add 4 cups of powdered milk. Then add 2 tablespoons of coconut oil to the mixture. Lastly, you stir the mixture in ½ cup of unscented liquid castile soap.

 

Mix the ingredients well and carefully pour your skin softening bubble bath into a clean plastic bottle with a tight fitting lid. Shake the bottle gently before using. To use, pour about half of the bottle under hot running water to enjoy a pleasant, healing soak.

 

Milk is naturally high in lactic acid, which soothes and softens dry, itchy skin. Milk will also help to moisturize while tightening wrinkles and refining pores.

 

Coconut oil is a natural healing element perfect for sore, tired muscles or for those who suffer from arthritis. Coconut oil in not only a great smelling moisturizer, but it can also help to relieve painful inflammation and heal dry, cracking skin.

 

Castile soap is a natural cleanser made entirely from olive oil. Castile soap is not only the bubbling agent in your skin softening bubble bath; it is also a powerful natural moisturizer that will leave your skin smooth and soft. Castile soap can be found in a variety of scents in your local health food store.

 

DIY Bath Product Recipe #3

 

The ingredients that you will need are ½ cup of unscented liquid castile soap, 1 teaspoon of Dead Sea salt and 15 drops of cherry essential oil. You mix and stir the ingredients until the mixture is fully blended and pour this into a plastic bottle with a tight lid. To use, simply pour approximately one quarter of the bottle under hot running water and enjoy your fun, fruity and relaxing soak.

 

Castile soap in a natural cleanser made entirely from olive oil. Not only is it the bubbling agent in your cherry bubble bath, it is also a natural moisturizer that leaves skin silky soft. Sea salts help cleanse the skin, relieving acne, psoriasis, eczema and soothing dry itchy skin. Sea salts detoxify and exfoliate the skin, leaving it looking young, healthy and glowing.

 

DIY Bath Product Recipe #4

 

You will need 1 Cup of Apple Cider Vinegar, 2 Tablespoons of Dried Juniper Berries, and 2 Tablespoons of Dried Lavender.

 

Pour the vinegar into a small pot (use a pot that has a lid for it), and bring the vinegar to a boil. Once the bubbles begin to release from the bottom of the pot, and spread across the top of the vinegar, remove the pot from the heat.

 

Pour the dried juniper berries and dried lavender into the vinegar, and use a small wooden spoon or spatula to push the lavender (and possibly the juniper berries) into the vinegar. You don’t want them to just float across the top of the vinegar.

 

Allow the mixture to steep for about 20 minutes. When the 20 minutes is up, strain the vinegar into a glass.

When running the water for your bath, use warm (not hot) water. As the water is running, pour the vinegar mixture under the running water.

 

Soak in the vinegar bath for 30-45 minutes. If the water cools down too much for your liking, just run some warm water to warm the water up as necessary.

 

You may also want to click HERE to watch a video to learn how to make your own bath products using honey and vanilla extract

 

Want to know how to create healthy beauty products at home? There are a number of pure beauty recipes you can prepare with just a few items you may already have in your kitchen. Not only are these products easy to make, but they are also healthier than using commercial products full of chemicals. To find out more, you can click on DIY Beauty Recipes.

 

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