DIY Bath and Beauty Recipes

July 23, 2012
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I have sort of a love/hate relationship with my bathroom. On one hand, people do some pretty disgusting things in there and I’m usually the one who ends up cleaning it. On the other hand, a properly maintened bathroom can be a place of refuge. Especially on days like today where I had to bow out of work due to fibro pain. A tub full of hot water and some Epsom salts certainly can do a lot to not only reduce the level of pain I’m having, but relax my mind at the same time. So for those of you who don’t run screaming from your bathroom, but choose rather to turn it into an oasis, here a few simple, DIY bath and body projects you can whip up for loving your skin and calming your mind. And, once you get started you may never want the pampering to end, so I suggest starting a panty in a cool, dry location full of staples you may need including all natural Castile soap, organic salts and butters, organic herbs and essential oils and more from Mountain Rose Herbs.
DIY Natural Sugar Scrub and Skin Care Recipes
DIY Bath and Body Recipes
Homemade bath and beauty recipes

DIY Healing Herbal Salve Recipe from Live in Art | DIY Aloe Vera Cleanser Recipe from Sweet Roots | DIY Homemade Moisturizing Whipped Body Scrub Recipe from A Delightful Home

DIY Homemade Skin Care Recipes

DIY Homemade Citrus Salt Scrub Recipe from Small Home | Five Natural DIY Skin Care Remedies from Easy Peasy Organic | How to Make Handmade DIY Solid Perfume from Crunchy Betty

What type of products do you use as part of your regular, everyday beauty routine? And what do you treat your skin to only on special occasions? I’d love to hear your feedback! Also, be sure to visit my DIY Bath & Body Board on Pinterest for more great DIY bath and beauty recipes and projects!


  • Nicole Ringgold

    July 25, 2012 at 1:07 am

    Thank you for featuring my healing salve recipe! This is a fantastic collection – gorgeous photos. I’m thankful to be included.

  • Rebecca D. Dillon

    July 25, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    You’re so very welcome!

  • Mary Banducci

    July 27, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    Thank you for featuring my aloe vera cleanser! I’m looking forward to looking at all the other recipes you’ve included.

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