Rockstar Bath and Beauty Products to Make and Sell

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Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rockstar bath and beauty products you can make and sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

1. Homemade Green Tea and Turmeric Soap Recipe – This homemade green tea and turmeric soap recipe harnesses green tea’s anti-oxidant properties and combines it with turmeric’s anti-acne, anti-aging and skin lightening properties for a fantastic homemade soap that’s great for all skin types.

2. Homemade Coffee Soap Recipe – This natural homemade coffee soap recipe is made using real brewed coffee and the cold process soapmaking method and is easy enough for beginners. The caffeine in this homemade coffee soap recipe acts as a natural anti-inflammatory and is believed to help with skin redness and other skin aliments.

3. Neem Oil & Tea Tree Foot Scrub Recipe – This natural neem oil and tea tree foot scrub recipe helps keep feet looking great with exfoliating salt and pumice and anti-fungal neem and tea tree oils.

4. Homemade Foot Repair Salve Recipe – This natural foot repair salve recipe contains neem oil prized for its strong anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and natural healing properties.

5. Homemade Chamomile Balm Recipe – This simple homemade chamomile balm recipe is simply divine. Leave it unscented or scent yours with cocoa, ginger and espresso like I did mine. Then top off the sustainable and eco-friendly packaging with cute bee sticker embellishments to give as homemade gifts!

6. Anti-Aging Night Cream Recipe – This anti aging night cream recipe helps to reduce the signs of aging naturally with ingredients like coconut water, cocoa butter, evening primrose and rosehip seed oil.

7.  Merlot Tinted Lip Balm Recipe – This merlot tinted lip balm recipe creates a super moisturizing tinted lip balm for lips that look and feel fabulous! Create your own in custom colors for your own personal style or give my own fun and flattering tinted lip balm recipe a try as is for a beautiful look perfect for parties or everyday wear.

8. Healing Winter Body Balm Recipe – This homemade healing winter body balm recipe contains ingredients that work together to help heal damaged skin while also locking in much needed moisture. The resulting product from this healing winter body balm recipe makes wonderful homemade gifts for anyone who suffers from persisting skin conditions as well as those who wash their hands continuously such as hair dressers and crafters.

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

9. Cayenne Pain Relief Salve Recipe – This natural cayenne pain relief salve recipe is wonderful for treating pain caused by arthritis, sore muscles, stiffness and swelling. Plus there are free printable labels for your final product!

10. DIY Solid Sugar Scrub Snowballs – These sparkling DIY solid sugar scrub snowballs are not only a fun way to pamper yourself this winter, but they also make unique gift ideas for any bath and body lover! Use a bath bomb mold or a meat baller for uniform sugar scrub snowballs that pack easily.

11. Homemade Chocolate Orange Body Butter and Sugar Scrub Recipes – These recipes for making homemade chocolate orange body butter and sugar scrubs include ingredients like real cocoa powder as well as skin nourishing shea and cocoa butters. Not do these luxurious homemade chocolate orange body butter and sugar scrub smell great, but they are non-greasy and help to protect your skin from the elements!

12. Cinnamon Sugar Homemade Non-Greasy Body Butter Recipe – This cinnamon sugar homemade non-greasy body butter recipe combines vanilla, warm ginger, cinnamon and cardamom notes with a rich, moisturizing formula that melts into skin on contact and leaves skin feeling luxuriously soft and supple with a non-greasy feel once absorbed.

13. Cranberry Chutney Homemade Solid Lotion Bar Recipe – This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a wonderful last minute DIY stocking stuffer or homemade Christmas gift! Eco-friendly packaging makes it convenient and less messy while printable cranberry labels lend a personal touch.

14. Mineral Bath Soak Recipes – These natural mineral bath soak recipes are a snap to make and are the perfect end to a long day. In addition to helping you wind down after a stressful day, these mineral bath soak recipes also help to ease sore muscles and detox skin! They make lovely DIY wedding favors, bridesmaid gifts and even homemade stocking stuffers!

15. Argan and Rosemary Facial Cleansing Oil Recipe – This easy Argan and Rosemary Facial Cleansing Oil Recipe requires just two ingredients but delivers incredible results! It’s especially great for maturing skin as it can help to prevent wrinkles. Plus it doubles as a moisturizer!

16. Coconut Oil Facial Soap Recipe for Acne Prone Skin – This coconut oil facial soap recipe for acne prone skin combines ingredients known for their acne fighting properties to help keep skin acne free!

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

17. Natural Exfoliating Homemade Foot Scrub Recipe – This homemade foot scrub recipe is a non-greasy creamy combination of butters & oils with exfoliating fine ground pumice and walnut shell powder.

18. Homemade Garden Mint Soap Recipe – This homemade gardener’s soap recipe is perfect for a gardener. Not only does it smell amazing but it’s rich, thick lather and combination of exfoliants really help to scrub and wash away caked on dirt and grime. It’s also great for messy artists and crafters as well as mechanics!

19. Easy Unscented Goat Milk Soap Recipe – Not only is this goat milk soap perfect for those who allergic to fragrances, but it also makes a great facial soap. Plus it’s skin conditioning ingredients are perfect for those who suffer from dry or maturing skin. This homemade unscented goat milk soap recipe uses a simplified process for making goats milk soaps by calling for goat milk powder in lieu of fresh goat milk to help ensure success even for a first time soapmaker.

20. Homemade Strawberry Lip Balm Recipe – This homemade strawberry lip balm recipe is quick and easy to make, smells delectable and even adds a touch of pink to your lips! Made using natural ingredients like cocoa butter and coconut oil, this strawberry lip balm recipe also includes a touch of strawberry flavor oil and an optional pink colorant to give lips a sheer to bold color – you choose!

21. Homemade Coconut & Mango Soap Favors – Learn how to make your own DIY wedding soap favors or unique Save the Date Soaps! Plus there are two homemade soap recipes for making mango and coconut milk two different ways! Choose from a simple homemade soap recipe that won’t break your budget or a splurge worthy luxurious mango and coconut milk homemade soap recipe!

22. Homemade Cold Process Egg Soap Recipe – This homemade cold process egg soap recipe is made with egg yolks. Eggs have long offered skin care benefits that include tightening skin, shrinking pores, and calming redness and breakouts. In cold process soap, egg yolks also help to create a rich, thick lather.

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

23. Natural Black Clay and Sea Salt Soap Recipe – This natural black clay and sea salt soap recipe is made using Australian black clay and fine sea salt for a luxurious spa like experience in the shower!

24. Spicy Pepper & Patchouli Palm Free Cold Process Soap Recipe – This palm free cold process soap recipe is scented with a pepper fragrance oil that’s been blended with patchouli, clove and cinnamon essential oils. The spicy fragrance blend of this palm free cold process soap recipe makes it suitable for either sex due to it’s unisex scent.

25. Traditional Castile Soap Recipe – This traditional Castile soap recipe is scented for spring with natural basil, lemongrass and rosemary essential oils.

26. Castile Soap Recipe with Bee Pollen Powder – Made with 50% olive oil, this non-traditional Castile soap recipe includes bee pollen powder as a key ingredient. Bee pollen has skin soothing and anti-inflammatory properties and is often used in skin care products to help calm inflammatory conditions and common skin irritations such as psoriasis or eczema. Further, the amino acids and vitamins naturally found in bee pollen are believed to help protect skin as well as aid in cell regeneration.

27. Homemade Ginger Salve Recipe for Sore Muscles – This homemade ginger salve recipe is great for helping to relax and soothe sore muscles. It also makes a great alternative to a cayenne pepper salve if you’re allergic or sensitive to capsicum.

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

28. Heal and Protect Winter Lip Balm Recipe – Keep lips looking and feeling great with this heal and protect winter lip balm recipe. Natural ingredients come together to to help keep lips moisturized to protect against chapping while a tiny hint of sheer color lends lips a healthy glow.

29. Winter Mint Homemade Moisturizing Hair Mask Recipe – This winter mint homemade moisturizing hair mask recipe is made with natural ingredients and delivers intense moisture to hair ravaged by winter’s elements. It also makes a lovely homemade hand cream!

30. Neem Oil & Bee Pollen Skin Cream Recipe – This natural neem oil and bee pollen skin cream recipe combines the healing power of neem oil with the skin soothing, anti-inflammatory properties of bee pollen.

31. Natural Healing Homemade Green Tea Eye Cream Recipe – Whip up this natural healing anti-wrinkle homemade green tea eye cream recipe to help keep your skin looking youthful and radiant!

 32. Hawaiian Red Sea Salt & Red Palm Soap Recipe – This homemade red palm soap recipe is made using virgin red palm oil which is naturally high in Vitamin E and antioxidants and mineral rich Hawaiian Alaea Red Sea Salt.

33. Custom Scented Dry Oil Body Spray Recipe – This dry oil body spray recipe feels super light on skin and isn’t greasy. Just spray it on, massage in for silky smooth, soft skin!

34. Natural Anti Wrinkle Face Serum Recipe for Mature Skin –  This all natural facial serum was formulated specifically for those with dry and maturing skin. It absorbs quickly and easily giving skin a softer, smoother and moisturized feeling instantly without feeling greasy or oily. It’s perfect if you’re trying to say goodbye to dry patches or those sneaky little wrinkles!

35. Natural Herbal Healing Balm Recipe – Use this natural herbal healing balm recipe to create a product that topically treats minor cuts, bruises, and stings with the power of calendula.

36. Coffee Under Eye Cream Recipe for Puffy Eyes – This Natural DIY Coffee Under Eye Cream Recipe is made using homemade coffee infused oil which can help with puffiness, fine lines and dark circles!

For even more ideas for homemade bath and beauty products to make and sell, be sure to follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. And, be sure to follow Tumblr and Blog Lovin’, Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram for more great ideas and to keep up with future posts.


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Cranberry Chutney Homemade Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

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This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a wonderful last minute DIY stocking stuffer or homemade Christmas gift! Eco-friendly packaging makes it convenient and less messy while printable cranberry labels lend a personal touch.

This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a wonderful last minute DIY stocking stuffer or homemade Christmas gift! These homemade solid lotion bars are both quick and easy to make and they’re ready to go within hours of making them. In addition, they’re also a snap to make in bulk for holiday party favors or gift giving in large groups.

Your gift recipient(s) will love all the benefits of this cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe. Benefits include not only the wonderfully sweet and tart scent of the cranberry fragrance but also the moisturizing benefits of the cocoa and mango butters and the anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant qualities of Manuka honey! Plus, the eco-friendly packaging – that works like a push up pop – lends convenience and less mess while the printable cranberry labels lend a personal touch.

This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a wonderful last minute DIY stocking stuffer or homemade Christmas gift! Eco-friendly packaging makes it convenient and less messy while printable cranberry labels lend a personal touch.

Cranberry Chutney Homemade Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

2 oz. beeswax
2 oz. cocoa butter
2 oz. mango butter
3 oz. safflower oil
.25 oz. Manuka honey
.2 oz. Cranberry Chutney fragrance oil
1/2 teaspoon red or pink oil soluble cosmetic colorant

Instructions:

Using a digital scale, begin by weighing out the beeswax, cocoa and mango butters. Heat until melted in a double boiler or at 50% power in the microwave in large glass Pyrex measuring cup. Remove from heat.

Now weigh out the safflower oil and stir into the melted wax and butters. (I chose this carrier oil for it’s soothing and moisturizing benefits but you can substitute with any other liquid at room temperature carrier oil of your choosing if desired.)

Measure and add your colorant. Whisk well to thoroughly and evenly distribute the colorant. (I used Crafters Choice™ Red Orange Oil Locking Mica Shimmer for mine. However, you can also use other cosmetic micas or even red iron oxide pigment powder. You may need to adjust the usage however based on the intensity of the color as you don’t want to see the color on your skin when applied.)

Finally weigh out both the honey and your fragrance oil and stir the lotion mixture well until all ingredients are fully incorporated. (I used this Cranberry Chutney fragrance oil from Brambleberry here, however, you can of course substitute with another cranberry fragrance oil or a completely different scent entirely!)

Now carefully pour the combined, now liquid lotion ingredients, into your containers. (I used the 1.5 oz. brown paperboard push up tubes from SKS Bottle & Packaging.) This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe will make six of these 1.5 oz. containers. However, if you don’t need six solid lotion bars, you can simply cut this homemade solid lotion bar recipe in half.

Allow your solid lotion bars to solidify completely. (You can speed this up by placing your lotion bars in the refrigerator. However, cooling these quickly can cause the tops to sink and a leave a small hole on the top of the lotion bar.)

This cranberry chutney homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a wonderful last minute DIY stocking stuffer or homemade Christmas gift! Eco-friendly packaging makes it convenient and less messy while printable cranberry labels lend a personal touch.

Once your cranberry chutney solid lotion bars have completely solidified, you can cap the containers and add the cranberry stickers. (Click here to download my printable cranberry stickers I created for you.) Once you download the PDF file, print as many pages as desired onto full sheet labels. (I use the labels from WorldLabel as they have a great product in addition to great prices.) Then simply cut out the cranberry stickers and apply to your containers as desired.

Interested in even more homemade cranberry themed recipes? Then you may also like my homemade cranberry body butter recipe as well as my frosted cranberry coconut milk soap recipe. Other homemade Christmas gift ideas you may like include my collection of non-greasy body butter recipes for making your own homemade lavender body butter, vanilla & fig body butter, lemon verbena body butter and cinnamon sugar body butter with free printable labels.

For even more of my homemade bath and body recipes as well as favorites from around the web, be sure to check out and follow my DIY Bath and Body board on Pinterest. If you’re looking for additional homemade Christmas gift ideas, you’ll find an inspiring collection of DIY projects and recipes via my Christmas gift idea boards on PinterestUnique DIY Christmas Gift Ideas and DIY Stocking Stuffer Sized Christmas Gifts. You can also find and follow me via Blog Lovin’ and TumblrFacebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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Super Easy DIY Gem Bath Melts Recipe

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This super easy DIY gem bath melts recipe requires just a few simple ingredients to create a beautiful and luxurious DIY wedding favor or gift. Or make DIY gem shaped solid lotion bars instead!

This super easy DIY gem bath melts recipe requires just a few simple ingredients to create beautiful and luxurious DIY wedding favors or homemade gifts! Made primarily of moisturizing mango butter, these gem bath melts will melt in bath water or on skin at around 86°F. As they begin to melt instantly when applied to skin they can also be used as solid lotion bars. Scent however you like – I scented mine with a Champagne fragrance oil – and customize with different colors of mica for a touch of shimmer on skin and/or fine glitter for more obvious color play.

If you live in a warmer climate that won’t accommodate your gem bath melts staying solid due to the heat, then be sure to try my alternate solid lotion bar recipe instead! Read on to learn how to make your own DIY gem bath melts with my super easy bath melts recipe.

This super easy DIY gem bath melts recipe requires just a few simple ingredients to create beautiful and luxurious DIY wedding favors or homemade gifts!

DIY Easy Gem Bath Melts Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

4 oz. refined mango butter
2.5 mL fragrance oil or 1 mL essential oil
1 teaspoon mica
pinch of fine glitter, optional

What you’ll need:

Gemstone Silicone Mold
Digital Scale
Graduated Plastic Transfer Pipettes
Glass Pyrex Measuring Cup
Microwave or Double Boiler
Measuring Teaspoon
Utensil for Stirring
Cutting Board

Instructions:

For this bath melts recipe I used Diamond Dust mica powder from Nature’s Garden and the Champagne fragrance oil from Brambleberry. However you can use your choice of mica and fragrance that fits your needs and/or color scheme. The mica will stay incorporated throughout your melted mango butter as it sets up. However, should you choose to use fine glitter keep in mind that it is heavier than mica and will sink to the bottom. The glitter really sticks to skin when you rub these onto your skin and can look fantastic if you’re going for a glittery Halloween or party look.

Using a digital scale weigh out the mango butter. Place in a glass Pyrex measuring cup and heat at 50%, stirring partially through, until melted. (Alternately you can use a double boiler.) Be sure to handle the measuring cup with a dish towel or pot holder as the glass will get hot!

Allow the mango butter to cool slightly then measure out the fragrance oil using a graduated plastic transfer pipette. Stir the fragrance into the melted mango butter.

Using a measuring spoon, measure out one teaspoon of mica and, if desired, a pinch of glitter. Stir into the melted mango butter.

Place your gems mold on a cutting board. Now use the Pyrex measuring cup to carefully pour the melted mango butter into the mold.

Pick up the cutting board with the filled diamond mold on it and place it in the refrigerator. Allow the mango butter to solidify fully – about an hour or so – before unmolding. If you try to unmold your gem bath melts and they begin to crack, they aren’t ready to be unmolded. Simply place them back in the refrigerator a little longer at which point they will pop out of the mold without cracking.

This super easy DIY gem bath melts recipe requires just a few simple ingredients to create beautiful and luxurious DIY wedding favors or homemade gifts!

Easy Gem Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

.8 oz. beeswax
.8 oz. cocoa butter
.8 oz. mango butter
1.5 oz. (liquid at room temperature) carrier oil of choice
.1 oz. Manuka honey or raw local honey
2.5 mL fragrance oil or 1 mL essential oil
1 teaspoon mica

Instructions:

This gem solid lotion bar recipe is easy to tweak based on the ingredients you have on hand. For the cocoa and mango butters you can opt to use all mango butter or all cocoa butter instead of both. If you don’t want to use honey – Manuka honey is well renowned for it’s anti-bacterial and healing properties – you can simply use 1.6 oz. of carrier oil instead and omit the honey.

Weigh and combine the beeswax and butters in a glass Pyrex measuring cup and heat at 50% power, stirring occasionally,  in the microwave until melted. (Alternately you can melt the ingredients in a double boiler or make your own double boiler by placing the Pyrex measuring cup on a canning ring in a pot of water on the stove.

Now weigh out the carrier oil and honey and stir into the melted butters and wax.

Follow by measuring out both the mica with a measuring spoon and the fragrance oil with graduated plastic transfer pipette and stir them into the melted solid lotion bar ingredients.

Now place the diamond gems mold on a cutting board. Fill the mold with your melted ingredients then carefully place the cutting board with the mold into the refrigerator until the lotion bars have fully hardened.

Now that you’ve made your DIY gem bath melts and/or gem shaped solid lotion bars, simply package them as desired – such as in clear cellophane treat bags tied with ribbon – and they’re ready for gifting!

If you enjoyed my gem bath melts recipe and solid lotion bar recipe, then be sure to check out more of my skin care recipes by following me on Pinterest, Tumblr and Blog Lovin’. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Instagram.


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DIY Winter Snowflake Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

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DIY Handmade Winter Snowflake Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Show your skin some love this winter with these moisture rich handmade solid lotion bars. Crafted from a collection of luxurious oils like argan, sweet almond, and macadamia nut oils, these cute snowflake shaped solid lotion bars provide long lasting skin benefits all season long.

These pretty pale blue snowflake lotion bars have just a hint of shimmer making them the perfect choice for homemade winter gift ideas or DIY winter wedding favors. While the clean up can be a bit challenging – I recommend washing everything ASAP and washing it twice in super hot water – you can make these in about a half hour.

Easy Handmade DIY Winter Blue Snowflake Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Winter Blue Snowflake Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

5 oz. white cosmetic beeswax
3 oz. refined shea butter
1 oz. refined cocoa butter
1 oz. 76 degree melt point coconut oil
1 oz. sweet almond oil
1 oz. macadamia nut oil
1 oz. apricot kernel oil
1 oz. sesame oil
1 oz. argan oil
8.5 ml fragrance oil
1 ml rosemary extract
1 ml non-GMO vitamin E oil
pinch matte cobalt blue ultramarine powder
1/4 teaspoon Diamond Dust mica pigment (or similar)

Supplies:

One – 6 Cavity Snowflake Silicone Cake & Chocolate Mold
digital kitchen scale
4 cup glass Pyrex Measuring Cup
pot holder or kitchen towel
stick/immersion hand blender
Butter knife or stainless steel utensil for stirring
graduated plastic transfer pipettes
spray bottle with alcohol, optional
microwave or double boiler
cutting board

Instructions:

This recipe will yield six solid lotion bars each weighing 2.5 oz. or more.

To make these fun winter snowflake shaped solid lotion bars, you will start by weighing out the beeswax and cocoa butter into a large 4 cup glass Pyrex measuring cup. Melt these halfway in the microwave, then weigh out the shea butter to add to the cup. Continue heating until all ingredients have melted completely.

Carefully remove the measuring cup from the microwave using a kitchen towel or pot holder, then weigh out the coconut oil, sweet almond oil, argan oil, macadamia nut oil, apricot kernel oil and sesame oil and stir into the previously melted ingredients. Use a butter knife or other stainless steel utensil to stir until all ingredients have melted.

Measure out the rosemary extract, vitamin E, and fragrance oil using a different plastic transfer pipette for each ingredient and stir into the melted oils and butters. I used an Ocean Rain fragrance oil for mine but you can use any skin safe fragrance oil of your liking. Other scent suggestions you may like include First Snow and Jack Frost fragrance oils.

Now add a pinch – 1/8th of a teaspoon or less – of the cobalt blue ultramarine powder to the melted ingredients and 1/4 teaspoon of Diamond Dust mica.

Using a stick blender, mix the pigment powders into the melted lotion bar ingredients.

Place your snowflake mold on a cutting board so it can easily be moved. Now slowly pour the lotion mixture evenly into each of the six snowflake shaped cavities. If there are air bubbles from the mixing process, simply spritz lightly with alcohol until the bubbles are gone. Now place the mold on the cutting board in the freezer until the lotion bars have all solidified completely. Finally remove the lotion bars from the freezer, then push each bar of the mold by slowly turning it out of each cavity.

DIY Winter Wedding Favor Gift Idea - Homemade DIY Snowflake Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Tightly wrap each solid lotion bar in plastic food wrap film or place each inside an 8 oz. deep round tin with lid.

To use, simply massage the bar onto your skin and smooth in.

For more homemade winter themed gift ideas as well as other DIY bath and beauty recipes, be sure to follow my boards on Pinterest! You can also follow Soap Deli News on Blog Lovin’ and Tumblr as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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DIY Valentine’s Day Solid Lotion Bars Recipe

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This heart shaped homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a thoughtful DIY Valentine's Day gift idea!

Want to craft your own homemade Valentine’s Day gifts? Then give this DIY Valentine’s Day Solid Lotion Bars Recipe a try! They are easy to craft – individually or in multiples – and make a fabulous Valentine’s Day gift for any bath and beauty lover on your list! Their heart shape also makes them perfect for gifting as homemade wedding favors. You can also make these for tucking inside Easter baskets as a candy alternative! Just use egg shaped molds instead of hearts.

This heart shaped homemade solid lotion bar recipe makes a thoughtful DIY Valentine's Day gift idea!

DIY Valentine’s Day Solid Lotion Bars Recipe

© Rebecca’s Soap Delicatessen

Ingredients:

5 oz. beeswax
3 oz. shea butter
3 oz. hemp seed butter (or any other semi-solid butter at room temp such as shea butter)
1 oz. illipe butter (or you can sub a solid butter at room temp such as cocoa butter)
6 oz. soybean oil (or you can sub any other liquid at room temp oil like olive oil)
1 ml Vitamin E
180 drops (or around 3ml) skin safe fragrance oils (or choice of essential oils)
2 Tablespoons Shimmer Pearl Mica Powder (Or colored mica of choice)

Supplies:

Wilton 6-Cavity Silicone Heart Mold Pan
Graduated Plastic Transfer Pipettes
large glass measuring cup
spoon

Instructions:

This solid lotion bars recipe makes six 3 oz. heart shaped lotion bars. If you prefer to make them one at a time, simply divide the recipe by six. Or to halve the recipe, divide by 2.

You will begin by melting the solid ingredients – the beeswax and illipe butter – in a double boiler on the stove or in the microwave. If melting in the microwave, I recommend melting at 80% power and checking often. Once the beeswax and illipe butter have melted, stir in the shea butter and hemp butter. I was able to melt these softer butters into the beeswax and cocoa butter by simply stirring for a bit – without adding any further heat.

Once the butters are all in liquid form, stir in the soybean oil, fragrance (optional) and Vitamin E. (You should use the pipettes to measure out the Vitamin E and fragrance if desired.) Now stir in two Tablespoons of skin safe mica (optional) and mix well.

DIY Heart Shaped Solid Lotion Bars DIY - Lotion Bars in the Mold

Finally, pour the mixture into your mold and allow to harden completely. You can speed up this process by placing the mold in the fridge or freezer. (If you plan to do this, be sure to place the mold on a hard, transportable surface first such as a cutting board.)

Homemade Valentine's Day Heart Lotion Bars - DIY Solid Lotion Bars Recipe for Valentine's Day Gifts

Once your handmade solid lotion bars have solidified completely remove them from the mold. The silicone mold makes them super easy to pop out.

Handmade Valentine Solid Lotion Bar Hearts DIY

The next step is to wrap the lotion bars. You can do this with any generic plastic cling film. The best cling film to use is one that will stick to itself. Alternately, you can place the lotion bar into an air tight container of your choosing with a lid.

DIY Homemade Valentine Solid Lotion Bar Hearts Recipe - DIY Beauty Gift Idea for Valentine's Day or Wedding Favors

After wrapping the lotion bars, you can label them for gift giving. Include a special message or an ingredient list. The choice is up to you.

Homemade Heart Shaped Solid Lotion Bars DIY - DIY Handmade Wedding Favors and Valentine's Day Gift Idea

Finally, tie a pretty ribbon around the lotion bars for presentation. Looking for more handmade gift ideas for Valentine’s Day? You can find more DIY Valentine’s Day gift ideas right here on Soap Deli News as well as on my DIY Valentine’s Day Gifts Pinterest Board!


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