Home Made Skin Care Recipes and Skin Care How To’s
Make Your Own Skin Care Products
If you are tired of trying and failing to find the right skin care products for your skin or just love to create things on your own here are some easy “recipes” for skin care products. All these products use readily available materials and involve very little time commitment. Have fun making your own lip or body scrub or bath products.
DIY Lip Scrub
During the winter our lips need extra TLC since they easily get dry and chapped. Besides for regularly moisturizing your lips, you can keep them looking and feeling soft and smooth by exfoliating them. This recipe uses easy to find ingredients to make a great lip scrub.
Brown Sugar Lip Scrub
- 2 Tablespoons of brown sugar
- 1 Tablespoon of almond oil
- A splash of honey
Mix all the ingredients together. Divide into small containers.
Recipe can easily be doubled as needed.
Cocoa Sugar Body Scrub
Body scrubs are also a winter essential. When we regularly exfoliate our bodies, we get rid of dead skin cells that cause our skin to look dull and not function at its best. When we exfoliate the body lotion we apply afterward can penetrate and work better in order to keep our skin soft during the cold winter.
The recipe below also uses easy to find ingredients and products that you already have around the house.
Cocoa Sugar Body Scrub
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 3 Tablespoons cocoa powder
- 1/8 cup melted cocoa butter
- 1/4 cup almond oil
- a drop or two of essential oil such as orange – optional
After melting cocoa butter over a low heat mix all the ingredients together. Store in tightly closed jars.
Instead of cocoa, you could substitute coffee grounds. The possibilities are endless for customization of this recipe.
Who doesn’t love to relax in the bath from time to time? The scent of these bath salts can be customized any way you like just by changing up the essential oils you use. Have fun with your essential oil combinations.
- 1 cup Epsom salts
- 1/2 cup sea salts
- 20 -30 drops of the essential oil of your choice
- 2 to 3 Tablespoons of dried flowers or herbs such as rosemary or lavender – optional
Be sure to store in an air tight container. You can use about half a cup at a time when taking a bath. This is also great for a relaxing foot soak.
Body sprays are a wonderful way to refresh your skin and smell great after showering. Once again get out your essential oils and have fun combining different scents in order to reach the perfect fragrance combination for you.
- 1 cup distilled water
- 1 1/2 Tablespoons witch hazel
- 7 drops of the essential oils of your choice
Pour into a spray bottle. Gentle shake. Be sure to shake before each use.
Body lotions are another winter skin essential in order to stop dry skin. Whipped body lotions have a wonderful feel to them and are a treat to rub on the skin.
Whipped Body Lotion
- 1/2 cup shea butter
- 1/2 cup cocoa butter
- 1/2 cup coconut oil
- 1/2 cup almond oil
- 10 -30 drops of the essential oil of your choice
Heat all the ingredients except the essential oil in a double boiler. Stir until all the ingredients are melted.
Remove from heat and allow to start to cool. Move to refrigerator and cool for another hour until ingredients start to harden but are not completely stiff. Remove from refrigerator and add essential oils. Mix with a hand mixer (whatever mixer is available to you) for 10 minutes. Return to refrigerator for 10 to 15 minutes to set. Place into airtight glass containers.
Detox Water Recipes For Good Health and Clear Skin
So you’ve decided to start detoxing on water for a while? Going to cleanse your body and maybe lose some weight in the process also? Very good!
Visit Beauty Shortcutips if you wish to see 5 Detox Water Recipes For Clear Skin now and read this later.
Water is one of the best natural detox tools that helps flush all the toxins and impurities from the body and helps it stay healthy and fit. The fact that nearly 60 percent of our body is made up of water, drinking water not only keeps the body hydrated but also helps cleanse the body and improve your overall well being. Water detox or fasting is a simple technique that combines water with a few simple ingredients to make the detoxing period work more effectively for various health benefits. If you are planning to start on a water detox, take a look at some of these simple detox water recipes listed in this guide. For most detox water recipes I suggest using bottled mineral water.
Lemon Detox Water Recipes
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 6 ounces of warm to hot water
- 1 tsp honey (optional)
Mix the above ingredients in a large pitcher and drink this water as soon as you wake up in the morning. The fact that the body remains the most dehydrated during this part of the day, drinking lemon water will not only hydrate your body and help with weight loss but will also kick start your digestive system and helps you stay active and energetic all through the day.
Benefits of Lemon Water Detox
Drinking warm lemon water on an empty stomach helps it move easily through your body system and help clear all the toxins and impurities from your digestive system through frequent urination.
12 Homemade Skin Care Recipes – Healthy Aging & Homemade Recipes
Are you looking for easy homemade recipes!
My motto-read & learn & try! And that’s the goal of this website… to encourage you to try some natural home remedies, research some healthy habits, and stretch your creative muscle!
I’ve always been a learner…and then a teacher.
Making my own skin care items just makes me feel better. I know that the products applied are all natural and safe since I know the quality of each ingredient! It’s all a part of my life in healthy aging (not that I’m THAT old) and cleaner greener living.
Enjoy these homemade recipes, whether they’re Lush Copycat recipes or just touting more of the benefits of coconut oil!
Have fun! Do some experiments of your own~and let me know what you come up with!
We have a love/hate relationship with Vaseline. We love to use it, but we know it’s bad, bad for our skin. But, Yeah!! Don’t despair! I’ve looked around and found a simple, easy peasy, recipe that is cheaper and so versatile that you’ll never even miss this greasy wonder. And all you need are 2 simple ingredients for your homemade vaseline.
How to Make Vaseline With 2 Simple Ingredients!
Vaseline is a “mineral oil” based product. It is made from by-products of the petroleum to make gasoline. A minor product like vaseline is made from the base, “left-overs” of the petroleum. This is kind of like scraping the bottom of the barrel.
I’ve used those tubs of vaseline for years. From softening my crazy, rough elbows to tenderizing my crazy, rough feet, I’ve plowed through gallons of it. I’d even resorted to sleeping with it under my eyes in my attempt to get rid of wrinkles.
All in the name of healthy aging, we massage, smear and rub all kinds of weird chemicals into our skin.
But, Yeah!! Don’t despair! I’ve looked around and found a simple, easy peasy, recipe that is cheaper and so versatile that you’ll never even miss this greasy wonder. And all you need are 2 simple ingredients for your homemade vaseline. It’s easy peasy~cause that’s how I roll!
This is all you’ll need!
- 1/4 C Beeswax
- 1 C Olive Oil
I strongly suggest that you NOT buy the beeswax in a big chunk.
Grating beeswax with a cheese grater is “No Bueno!” It comes in little pellets and would make this experience much quicker and more enjoyable!
Simply put the olive oil and the beeswax into a glass measuring cup and place into a double-broiler. Melt the beeswax slowly, stirring periodically. Voila! Homemade Vaseline!
Pour into your favorite jar or shallow dish and enjoy!
I made several containers using different Essential Oils Recipes. I used the Pain Relief recipe for my feet, and it’s wonderful!
And there you have it! More homemade skin care products!
All you need are three simple ingredients to enjoy naturally moisturized lips! Another great homemade skin care product!
How To Make Lip Gloss
Discovering how to make lip gloss was the highlight of my week! I live in a very dry area, and this homemade lip gloss recipe is just what I needed to add some nutrients and moisture!
This first recipe is cheaper than the store-bought stuff and so versatile that you’ll love it so much more!
All you need are three simple ingredients for another great homemade skin care product!
- 1/4 C Beeswax
- 1 C Olive Oil
- Essential Oils
Simply put the olive oil and the beeswax into a glass measuring cup and place into a double-broiler. Melt the beeswax slowly, stirring periodically. Add your essential oils or flavoring oils and pour into the containers. I used a couple of lip pots as well as some lip tubes! These worked wonderfully for me!
- Peppermint Essential Oil makes my lips feel zippy!
- Melaleuca Essential Oil is a must for the cold sore season!
- Lavender Essential Oil makes your lips feel luscious!
And there you have it! More easy homemade gift ideas!
Feel free to customize the oils you use by checking out the different oil types and their benefits to your skin.
Homemade Gifts for Kids
Using the recipe above, substitute the essential oils for some powdered kool-aid. Just pour into the mixture, when it begins to cool until you get the color you want. Make sure it’s dissolved well and pour into your containers.
**Add some skin safe glittery sparkles for extra fun!**
Sugar Lip Scrub
This is a fun Lip Exfoliator that tastes sweet and smells delightful! These make great easy homemade gift ideas for teachers gifts, bridal parties or creative homemade Christmas gifts.
- 4 tsp. castor sugar or sugar in the raw
- 1 1/2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
- Edible flavoring (or go without since the sugar tastes yummy as it is)
When I made mine, I used flavoring oil from Brambleberry.
Mix the olive oil (or enjoy the benefits of coconut oil) into the sugar until it’s mixed well. Add your flavoring oil if desired. You’ll need the mixture to be loose and crumbly.
Rub Onto Your Lips~Rub Off Of Your Lips
Now go kiss someone ~QUICK!
To store my sugar lip scrub, I used bead containers found at the local craft store. Any empty cosmetic container would also do the trick.
One of the most pleasant things that I’ve learned with homemade skin care products is how to make body lotion! Even tho I run far away from anything that reminds me of high school science class-the words “emulsification process” just gives me a thrill! Try this special lotion recipe for some skin-loving goodness. And go ahead and say the words aloud…”emulsification process.” Don’t you feel scientific already?
How To Make Lotion
Learning how to make lotion is fun, creative endeavor that is so satisfying! Just a few simple ingredients mixing… (emulsifying if you want to use the scientific word) to create a creamy, luscious, natural homemade skin product that you’ll be happy to use on yourself and your loved ones!
Learn How To Make Lotion
When making lotion, you can use a variety of carrier oils for your specified skin-type. For example, for an anti-aging body lotion, I would use hazelnut or grapeseed oil. As a natural pain remedy, I would add a mix of lavender, lemon & marjoram essential oils. And, don’t forget the natural benefits of coconut oil if you decide to learn how to make lotion.
Below I’ve put together lotion recipes that I’ve used in several classes that I’ve taught. The formula is simple, and also the results are impressive! You can gather your ingredients from your favorite supplier, click on each ingredient to see my favorite supplier, or you can simply purchase all of the ingredients needed in a Lotion Making Kit as a one-stop shopping convenience!
Ingredients That You’ll Need
- .6 oz Shea Butter
- .85 oz Sweet Almond Oil
- .5 oz Avocado Oil
- .5 oz Stearic Acid
- .6 oz Emulsifying Wax
- .1oz Phenonip (preservative)
- Sterilized Bottles for 12 ounces of finished product
Additional Tools You’ll Need
- Digital Scale
- Stick Blender or Hand Mixer
- 1-16oz Glass Measuring Cup
- 1-32oz Glass Measuring Cup
- Rubber Spatula
- Candy Thermometer
- 9 oz. of Distilled Water
- Essential or Fragrance Oils
Why These Ingredients?
Shea butter is filled with antioxidants, particularly vitamin E. It has a long shelf life and is quickly absorbed in the skin.
Sweet almond oil is good for all skin types. It is beneficial for dry skin & helps relieve itching, soreness, and dryness. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and proteins.
Avocado oil is known for its healing and moisturizing properties. It is very nutritious for the skin, penetrates quickly, and contains vitamins A, B and E as well as beta-carotene.
We’re also using some ingredients that may not sound familiar: stearic acid & emulsifying wax.
Stearic Acid is really not an acid at all. It is derived from Palm oil and is used to thicken the lotion.
Emulsifying wax is melted and used to mix the oil & water together.
— Warning: a bit of chemistry here— under normal circumstances, water & oil don’t mix; water is polar, and oil is non-polar so the oil will naturally float on the top of the water. When we add the emulsifier, an ingredient that is both hydrophilic & lipophilic (water & oil loving) the two ingredients mix nicely!
Phenonip – This is a preservative that must be used to keep your lotions from growing green, fuzzy stuff. If you prefer no preservatives in your lotions, you may omit them, store the lotion in the refrigerator and use within 3 weeks.
How To Make Lotion
The first and most important step in lotion making is cleanliness. Lotions are 80% water and the rest are some oils and thickeners. You must keep everything sterilized-you don’t want any germs to grow.
Begin with new, sterilized bottles and sterilized equipment. This can be done by spritzing your equipment with alcohol or soaking them in a bleach/water mixture.
In the 32 oz measuring cup, add the sweet almond oil, avocado oil, stearic acid and emulsifying wax. Melt slowly in a double-broiler until all of your waxes are melted. (Note: you could also use a microwave to melt your ingredients, do it in 30-second spurts, stirring each time.)
Remove from the heat, and stir in the Shea butter until it’s melted. Shea butter can get grainy if it’s heated too quickly, and that’s why we stir it in.
Measure 9 oz of distilled water into your 16 oz measuring cup. Now heat, either on the stovetop or in the microwave for one minute and add it to the oil mixture. We’re using distilled water to keep the environment germ free and we’ll heat it, so the oils don’t solidify when the water hits it.
As you’re pouring the water into the oil mixture-stir-first with your rubber spatula and then with the blender as it turns creamy and thickens. The chemistry of the water and oil emulsifying happens almost immediately. If you’re using a hand mixer instead of a stick blender, try using just one of the beaters when mixing.
After 2 or 3 minutes of stirring, your lotion should be fully emulsified. When the lotion is below 140 degrees, you can add your phenonip and your essential oils if desired. Stir in thoroughly.
Now it is time to pour into your prepared bottles while your lotion is still warm. If it cools down, you can always re-heat it. (During reheating, if the lotion’s temp rises above 140 you will have to add more preservative.) HINT: An easy way to fill your lotion bottles is to scoop it all into a plastic baggie then snip off one corner.
Allow your lotions to cool. I usually leave them out on a counter overnight with a paper towel covering the tops. Overnight the condensation will evaporate and, voila! You’ve just learned how to make lotion.
Are you feeling a slightly overwhelmed by all of these ingredients? Now you can get everything you need to create 3 bottles of natural lotion just the way you like it! In this kit, you’ll receive all of the pure ingredients and detailed instructions to make 3-4oz bottles of lotion. The detailed instructions provided will walk you step by step through this process, and you will be proud to use your own, handmade, body products.
Do It Yourself Lotion Making Kit
This lotion making kit is just $30. It’s perfect for girl’s night, party favors or a snowy day at home.
$22.50 plus $7.50 for shipping, careful handling, and beautiful packaging. It’s perfect for me to ship as a gift.
Choose the scent that you’d prefer in the drop-down list.
Lotion bars are fun and also easy to make! They look like bars of soap but are stable and will melt when rubbed into your skin. Sounds a little shaky, I know…but they’re very cool and super trendy! With just several simple ingredients, you can make these little guys effortlessly & effectively!
Lush Bath Products Copycat Recipes
Lush has a great reputation for having cleverly marketed products, great packaging ideas, and strongly scented body items with some basically natural products. So naturally, they make trendy, fun & easy homemade gift ideas!
Lush Bath Products DIY
Lush has a great reputation for having cleverly marketed products, great packaging ideas, and great essential oils recipes, with some basically natural products. So naturally, they make trendy, fun & easy homemade gift ideas and are another step towards frugal living
They are generous to provide the ingredients used in their products on their website, so frugal girls like me stalk them, and figure out some close replicas of their recipes to use in our quest for healthy living!
Besides… It’s fun!
Plus, who doesn’t want to fill their bathtub with these spectacular body products!
Here are a few quick links to these great Lush Copycat Recipes and some easy-to-follow recipes! Try them and also let me know what you think!
Lush Bath Products DIY
Shower Jelly is one of the Lush Bath Products that many DIYer’s have tried to duplicate. With the consistency of hard jello, this is super sudsy and fun (especially for the kids!) This project is the most popular one on our website and soon you’ll know why! Give it a try, and you’ll discover what all of the buzz is about!
Glitter Shower Jelly
With some fun shapes and some skin-safe glitter, you can add some extra fun to these Lush Copycat Shower Jellies. This is the perfect answer to those easy and fun Valentine gift ideas!
Lush Toner Tabs Copycat
Here’s another one of our Lush bath products DIY. Tea Tree Toner Tabs are one of my amazingly simple beauty secrets. Considering that these little beauties will cost you about $1 each, this easy homemade project will fit easily into our quest for frugal living.
Lush BUFFY Bars
These are more than just lotion bars…they are scrubby, exfoliating, moisturizing bars for the shower. This recipe mixes a couple of different carrier oils and some great exfoliant ingredients and creates a tremendous end product!
Natural Sleep Spray
A sleep spray is easy to make and relaxing to use. The ingredients are simple, and the results are positive. You can even make a No-Snore Spray for those that “purr” in their sleep!
How To Make a Natural Sleep Spray
“I’m not asleep… but that doesn’t mean I’m awake.”
In the following sleep spray recipe, I am going to recommend witch hazel. Witch hazel is a natural astringent that is derived from the witch hazel tree and often used on the face and skin. With it’s natural, astringent properties, it is effective and beneficial as a body spray.
You can choose to use vodka as well, but my preference is the witch hazel.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, the average adult gets less than seven hours of sleep per night. Now, that may sound like enough to some of you, but the fact is, a tip in staying healthy is to get enough sleep!
This natural sleep remedy is not only a natural remedy for insomnia, but also uses pure essential oils for additional health benefits.
Natural Sleep Spray
So, now that I’ve realized that I don’t get enough sleep…what to do? There are many natural remedies for insomnia. Drink some warm milk before bed, maybe some soothing chamomile tea and make a natural sleep spray!
A sleep spray is easy to make and relaxing to use. It’s one of the natural health remedies that I use nightly, to insure a restful, natural sleep.
There are a few different primary oils that could be used for your sleep spray.
You’ll want to be sure that the oils you choose are safe for your skin.
Aromatherapy Bath Salts Recipes
Making your own aromatherapy bath salts is fun, easy and super-beneficial to your skin! Who does not love a relaxing soak in the tub after a long day? With a few simple ingredients, you can turn average bath time into a luxurious, skin-loving, aromatherapeutic experience!
A good homemade bath salt recipe will include your choice of the following ingredients:
- People used Epsom Salts for natural remedies for years. From muscle cramp to exfoliating dead skin cells and pain relief, this is a staple to your bath salts recipe.
- Dead Sea Salts: Helpful with open sores, psoriasis & rashes.
- Baking Soda – is used to detoxify the body from excess alcohol, caffeine, and other medications. After a long soak in a baking soda bath, you will feel renewed and refreshed!
- Citric Acid-Adding citric acid to your bath salts recipes will help to preserve your homemade skin care products. Combined with baking soda, you will have a slightly fizzy, skin-softening addition to your recipe.
- Carrier Oil of your choice-just add a little bit of oil to soothe that dry skin. Just don’t slip in the tub!
- Essential Oils Recipes-Now is the time to customize!
Aromatherapy Bath Salts Recipe #1
- 2 1/2 C. Epsom Salts
- 1 C Baking Soda
- 1/2 C of Citric Acid
- 2 1/2 tsp Sweet Almond Oil (or carrier oil of your choice)
- Various Essential Oils Recipes
- Combine the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl until all of the clumps are broken.
- Mix your essential oils blend and set to the side. Between 1 & 1 1/2 teaspoon should be enough for this recipe. It’s hard to convert to drops, but about 60 drops is a good estimate.
- Add the carrier oil to your essential oils recipe.
- Mix everything together and blend it well. Use your hands if you need to!
- Package in a plastic jar or bag.
The combination of citric acid, baking soda & moisture can have a pressure build-up and that is no bueno!
Natural Aromatherapy Bath Salts Recipes #2
You can easily customize your own Bath Salts Recipes blend:
- 1 C Epsom Salts
- 1/2 C Sea Salts
- 20-30 drops Essential Oils
- 2-3 T Dried Flowers & Herbs I used Lavender & Rosemary
- Mix together and store in an air tight jar.
- Use 1/2 C per bath time
I’d love to hear some of the bath salt recipes that you’ve tried. Let’s put some of our ideas together, so we have a great resource to refer back to!
Today is Body-Spray Day! I like fresh scents, I thrive on DIY homemade skin care, and I’ve always wanted to know how to make perfume…but overly perfumed spray makes me wheezy. So, I’m going to use various essential oils recipes for my aromatherapy sprays.
Essential oils give me the opportunity to create various moods and enjoy the added benefits that they provide.
Here are some ideas to get you started or you can mix a variety of oils, creating your own signature scent and desired effect.
- Citrus such as Lemon or Orange Essential Oils are mood enhancers.
- Lavender aids in relaxation
- Geranium is peaceful and romantic.
- Rose & Ylang Ylang has been used as an aphrodisiac for centuries!
- lemon+black pepper=memory & concentration
- frankencense+geranium=happiness & peace
- lavender+lemon=fight depression
- peppermint +wild orange=invigorated
How To Make Body Spray
Small Spray Bottle
- 1 C Distilled Water
- 1 1/2 T Vodka or Witch Hazel
- 7 Drops Various Essential Oils or fragrance oils
Put the water and the vodka into the spray bottle and shake. The vodka will help the essential oils to disperse equally and also that it doesn’t settle at the bottom.
Add your choice of fragrance oils or Essential Oils and shake gently.
Shake before each use!
How To Make Spray Body Glitter
I know, a girl needs a little sparkle once in a while! It’s a quick and easy addition and makes great homemade gift ideas!
Using the above recipe, simply add 1/2 of a teaspoon mica powder or fine body glitter. Shake before each use to suspend the glitter and the essential oils. Body glitter can be found at any beauty supply store, and you can buy fragrance oils at any hobby store. Do double check that they are skin-safe.
A “Pick-Me-Up” Spray using Essential Oils
Taken from doTerra Essential Oils-Body & Soul Magazine
dōTERRA’s CPTG essential oils allow you to surround yourself with nature’s subtle fragrances throughout the day. Use this mist on your hair, skin, or home/office environment.
1 drop dōTERRA Eucalyptus essential oil
2 drops dōTERRA Geranium essential oil
3 drops dōTERRA Peppermint essential oil
To Make the Spray:
- Fill a clean, dry mini spray bottle with 4 ounces of pure distilled water.
- Carefully add your essential oils directly to the water mixture.
- Shake to combine the oils and shake it before each use as the water and essential oils tend to separate.
If you’d like to buy the above dōTERRA Essential Oils already blended together, I’ve put together a little kit just for you! It’s a quick and inexpensive way to introduce yourself to dōTERRA!
- 3-4oz mini spray bottles
- Enough dōTERRA Eucalyptus, Geranium & Peppermint Essential Oils to make 3 body sprays!
I love fresh scents, but overly perfumed spray makes me wheezy-With various essential or fragrance oils, you can inexpensively create your own signature scent for less! Add some body-safe glitter for an added sparkly time!
Aromatherapy Massage Oils
Not only are these concoctions fun, but they also make great homemade romantic gifts. Just mix the essential oils with a carrier oil that is skin-loving, and you’ll have customized your own aromatherapy massage oils.
Aromatherapy Recipes For Massage Oils
NounThe use of aromatic plant extracts and essential oils in massage or baths.
Essential Oils have long been known for their powerful effect on the brain as well as their healing & soothing properties. Their uses date back nearly 6000 years by the ancient Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks & Romans. They are mentioned in the Bible over 188 times as effective medicines, both mentally and physically.
Combining various essential oils can help you target a specific need and create some very effective recipes. This is called Synergy.
Below are some tried and true aromatherapy recipes using organic, essential oils. I only use doTerra essential oils as I believe them to be of the purest form and the safest I’ve found for my skin.
For Relaxation & Romance
Not only are these concoctions fun, but they also make great homemade romantic gifts. Just mix the essential oils with a carrier oil, and you’ll have customized your own massage oils to enjoy.
Relax & Rejuvenate
- 1/4 C Sweet Almond Oil
- 6 drops Wintergreen
- 6 drops Lavender
- 4 drops Peppermint
- 4 drops Frankincense
- 2 drops Basil & Rosemary
Peace & Confidence
- 1/4 C Coconut Oil
- 8 drops Spruce
- 8 drops of Frankincense
- 4 drops Rosewood
Lover’s Lane – Yes~You Heard Me!
- 1/4 C Coconut Oil
- 4 Drops Black Pepper
- 4 Drops Rose Otto
- 4 Drops Ylang Ylang
- 1/4 C Grapeseed Oil
- 8 drops Lemon
- 6 drops Melissa
- 4 drops Ylang Ylang
- 4 drops Sandalwood
- 1/8 C. each EV Olive Oil & Sweet Almond Oil
- 8 drops Lavender
- 8 drops Lemon
- 4 drops of Marjoram
- 1/4 C Rice Bran Oil
- 8 drops Chamomile
- 8 drops Lavender
- 4 drops Rose Otto
- 1/4 C Coconut Oil
- 8 drops Eucalyptus
- 8 drops Ginger
- 8 drops Peppermint
- 1/4 C Sweet Almond Oil
- 8 drops Geranium
- 6 drops Lemon
- 4drops Basil