How to Make Homemade Shampoo & Conditioner with Essential Oils Customized for Your Hair Type

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Ever wondered how to make homemade shampoo? Unsure about getting started? Now there’s an easy way to learn how to make homemade shampoo and conditioner with essential oils customized for your hair type! Learn about the different types of homemade shampoos, why they do or don’t work, plus how to create your own custom essential oil blends for your homemade shampoo and conditioner that fit your ever changing hair care needs.

Homemade shampoo and conditioner recipes for natural hair care. How to make homemade shampoo and conditioner with essential oils customized for your hair type. The easy way to formulate custom homemade shampoo that’s PH balanced to work with your hair not against it for your daily hair care routine. Learn about the different types of homemade shampoos, why they do or don't work, plus how to create your own custom essential oil blends for your homemade shampoo and conditioner for every hair type.

Can I Make Homemade Shampoo and Conditioner?

One of the many not so fun parts of getting older and hitting perimenopause is that your hair changes. Couple that with seasonal changes from summer to winter, and my hair needs change often. (This is one of the many reasons I use henna to keep my hair looking healthy and voluminous regardless of external elements.)

I’m a DIY-er, so I’m used to having custom skin care and hair care products. Not only do I know what ingredients I’m using for my natural beauty routine, but I’m also able to avoid ingredients that I know irritate my skin or scalp. So when Mountain Rose Herbs recently released a line of natural, PH balanced shampoo and conditioner bases, I was super psyched! Now I can customize my own homemade shampoo and conditioner as my hair care needs change, without changing my core products. So there’s no uncomfortable adjustment period. And my hair always looks and feels shiny and healthy.

Even though I’m a hard core into DIY beauty — I have a lot of ingredients on hand  to prove it! — I don’t make my own homemade shampoo and conditioner. Both of these hair care products are a bit more challenging than I have the time for. And it’s not a small investment to buy many of the ingredients I’d need. Not to mention, there’s the issue of formulating the perfect product. While I may learn how to make homemade shampoo that’s perfect for winter hair care, I’d then need to come up with an entirely different recipe for summer. And for those of you who formulate your own products, you know just how exhausting that can be.

Now I can buy pre-made shampoo and conditioner bases from Mountain Rose Herbs to customize for my hair care needs. By combining these bases with essential oil blends based on my current hair type, I can easily create the perfect hair care products in a matter of minutes. And as my hair care needs change, I can in turn change out the essential oils I use with each batch. So it’s easy and painless to switch up my hair care products with each new season if necessary.

Shampoo and conditioner bottles and other hair care products

Should I Make Homemade Shampoo & Conditioner from Scratch?

You’ve likely seen a number of different homemade shampoo recipes. They include making liquid shampoo from scratch — much in the same way you would make liquid soap using fats and potassium hydroxide — making shampoo using a ready-made liquid Castile soap base (such as these examples here), making a solid shampoo bar using the cold process soap making method, and more recently creating syndet shampoo bars using synthetic detergents.

The “no poo” version of shampoo that uses a Castile base, or the cold process soap making method, doesn’t work for most people. It also requires an adjustment period, which unfortunately can make it rather traumatic to say, look in the mirror. Or go out into public. This is in part because the PH of Castile soap just doesn’t work for hair. As such, it is advised to follow your shampoo with apple cider vinegar rinse to remedy the PH imbalance. Unfortunately, many of us who have tried this method, have learned that it can damage hair over time. 

The other option for homemade shampoo are syndet shampoo bars. These shampoo bars are popular as they are deemed an eco-friendly, zero waste alternative to traditional bottled shampoo. Like most commercial shampoos, syndet bars are made using a combination of synthetic detergents. They actually do work, however, and without an adjustment period. In fact I’ve tried several and found them very similar to traditional shampoo. However, finding the right combination of ingredients and making sure they are gentle enough for your scalp, can be tricky. (Some of the ones I tried gave me an itchy scalp.) And the ingredients to make your own, quite frankly, are expensive.

Shampoo and conditioner bottles with pink orchids

Homemade conditioners don’t have the same issues as homemade shampoo as there aren’t PH issues to contend with. However, making conditioner from scratch is similar to making homemade lotions. It’s basically an emulsion with a water phase, oil phase, mixing phase and a cool down phase. Basically, it’s an involved recipe that requires basic to intermediate knowledge of the process. Therefore, for most people, it’s likely not practical to make one or two bottles for home use.

While there are recipes for homemade conditioners that don’t require an emulsion, like this one from Life-n-Reflection, I’ve found these tend to work better as a hair mask rather than daily conditioning. If you have healthy or oily hair, the lack of an emulsion can make this type of conditioner more difficult to rinse out. Therefore, you’d want to use a conditioner made up of primarily butters and oils once per month or as needed.

So yes, while you can learn how to make homemade shampoo and conditioner from scratch at home, it can be an expensive investment. It costs not just money, but it can also take a lot of time finding that perfect formulation.

(If you decide you do want to make homemade shampoo bars from scratch, you can try my ginger and lime shampoo bar or sea salt shampoo bar. Alternately, you can also learn more about syndet solid shampoo bars plus discover a number of syndet solid shampoo bar recipes here.)

girl combining conditioner through hair after shampooing

Why Can’t I Add Additives to Any Shampoo or Conditioner?

You may be tempted to grab a bottle of shampoo or conditioner off the shelf and add your own additives, but please don’t do this.

Shampoos and conditioners are made with water, so they have a preservative. The preservative the manufacturer uses is specific to the ingredients used in the product and the amount of ingredients in the products. Therefore, if you add ingredients to a shampoo or conditioner off the shelf, you can break the base. There might not be enough preservative in the formula. And as such, this can cause bacteria, mold or fungus to grow. I’m sure you don’t want to wash your hair with microbes! (Just because you can’t see something growing doesn’t mean it isn’t there.)

Adding additional ingredients can also break the emulsion. Emulsifiers help combine the water base ingredients with the oil based ingredients in a recipe. If you add more ingredients to a store bought shampoo and conditioner, it’s possible you may break the delicate emulsion. This then leads to the product separating.

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How to Make Homemade Shampoo and Conditioner for Your Hair Type

Making Shampoo & Conditioner Using Hair Care Bases

Learning how to make homemade shampoo and conditioner customized for your hair type, however, doesn’t have to be a challenge. In fact, it’s simple to create custom, homemade shampoo and conditioner for your everyday hair care routine using the new shampoo and conditioner bases from Mountain Rose Herbs. Just add essential oils based on your hair type to their natural hair care bases and you’re good to go! Ready to get started?

Mountain Rose Herbs Shampoo Base

The Mountain Rose Herbs shampoo base is fragrance free. You can add up to 2 percent essential oils (as shampoo is a wash off product.) This means that you can add 0.32 ounces or 9.5 mL essential oils to the entire bottle. Adding the essential oils is easy. You don’t even have to heat the base! Just add the essential oils and stir.

I really love this particular shampoo base. The shampoo base has no parabens, alcohol, sulfates, or phthalates. It doesn’t have harsh surfactants either. Rather it’s made from a base of organic hydrosols that won’t strip hair. While, like syndet shampoo bars, its lather and sudsing power comes from gentle sugar and glucose-derived surfactants. Therefore, unlike some natural shampoos don’t lather well, this one does.

Mountain Rose Herbs Conditioner Base

After you wash your hair, condition it with the Mountain Rose Herbs conditioner base. Like the shampoo base, their conditioner base is also fragrance free and can be customized by adding your desired essential oils. It’s a lightweight hair conditioner, so it won’t weigh down hair. You can even use it as a leave-in conditioner if your hair is dry.

As with the shampoo base from Mountain Rose Herbs, you can add up to 2 percent essential oils to this base. Or rather 0.32 ounces or 9.5 mL essential oils per 16 ounces bottle.

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Best Essential Oils for Custom Homemade Shampoo and Conditioner

Now that you know how easy it is to make homemade shampoo using the shampoo and conditioner bases from Mountain Rose Herbs, you’re probably wondering what essential oils you should use for your hair type. Following are the best essential oils for customizing your homemade shampoo and conditioner.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil is great for your hair and scalp. It’s antimicrobial and antibacterial, so it can kill germs on the scalp that can cause dandruff and itching. Lavender is also said to promote hair growth.

Lavender blends well with most other essential oils, so you can use it by itself or mixed with other oils.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint essential oil is a great oil to promote hair growth. It has menthol in it, so it feels tingly when you use it on your skin. This also helps boost circulation, which can then encourage hair growth.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary essential oil is one of my favorite essential oils for hair. It’s said to help hair grow faster and increase hair thickness because it promotes cellular turnover on your scalp.

Try mixing peppermint and rosemary for a wonderfully invigorating scent.

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass essential oil is an excellent natural dandruff treatment. Most people get relief in about a week when they use it in their shampoo. For best results, make sure you massage the shampoo on your scalp.

Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood essential oil can help balance the oil glands in your scalp, so it’s a good option for oily scalp or oily hair. It’s also naturally antibacterial and antifungal and said to promote hair growth and prevent loss.

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary sage essential oil isn’t a popular essential oil for hair care, but it is similar to lavender essential oil and also contains linalyl acetate, which promotes hair growth. Clary sage can also help make hair stronger.

Thyme Essential Oil

Thyme essential oil is often found in shampoos and conditioners, but it can stimulate the scalp and prevent hair loss while encouraging new hair growth.

Thyme essential oil is a strong oil. If you do use it, mix it with other oils or use it in a 0.5 percent dilution if you’re using it by itself.

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Ylang ylang essential oil is great for dry scalps. Don’t use this one if you have an oily scalp or oily hair because it encourages sebum production. Because it helps promote oil production, it can reduce breakage and improve the texture of your hair.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree essential oil is commonly used in shampoos. It’s antibacterial and antimicrobial. It can help unclog hair follicles to promote hair growth. This is a great oil to use if you have dandruff or an oily scalp.

Tea tree essential oil can cause irritation. If you use it, blend it with another oil or use it at a 0.5 percent dilution.

Chamomile Essential Oil

Chamomile essential oil is a mild oil, so it’s often used to soothe irritated skin. Use chamomile for fine or normal hair. It also conditions the hair and is a good oil to use if you have an irritated scalp from psoriasis.

Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon essential oil can help balance oil production, so it is a great choice for oily hair. It also helps make hair shiny.

Essential oils for hair

Homemade Shampoo Essential Oil Blends for Hair

Following are four easy essential oil blends you can use in your homemade shampoo and conditioner. You can use these essential oils alone or in a blend. If I’m making a blend, I blend the oils in an empty essential oil bottle, label it and measure from there.

Promote Hair Growth

  • 1 part cedarwood
  • 1 part rosemary
  • 1 part clary sage

Dry or Damaged Hair

  • 1 part clary sage
  • 1 part lavender
  • 1 part rosemary
  • 1 part tea tree oil

Shiny Hair Blend

  • 3 parts rosemary
  • 2 parts lavender
  • 2 parts peppermint

Oily Hair Blend

  • 3 parts peppermint
  • 2 parts lemon
  • 1 part lavender

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More Homemade Hair Care Recipes

Of course, there’s more to hair care than just a great homemade shampoo and conditioner. Following are some of my favorite other homemade hair care recipes for making your own DIY hair masks, detangling sprays and even dry shampoo!

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Natural Remedy for Thinning Hair on Females for Healthy Looking Hair

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There are a number of symptoms that come not just with perimenopause in women, but aging in general. At 44 I’m no stranger to quite a few of those symptoms. While there are quite a few natural supplements we can take to tackle hot flashes, night sweats, trouble sleeping and mood swings, there are fewer options for things like age related hair loss or thinning. Fortunately I found a natural, plant based hair care product that is not only affordable, but really works! I didn’t realize just how well it worked, however, until I stopped using it.

Determined to let my hair grow out and see how much I gray I actually had, I stopped using this product for several months. I quickly discovered gray in places I’d never had gray before. I also realized just how thin my fine hair had gotten since going into perimenopause. Luckily, I knew what to do to remedy the situation. I simply had to go back to the one product I was using every quarter. That product is henna.

Last week, I finally tackled my hair care woes using henna. Not only did it cover the grays that are slowly creeping in, it improved my both my hair’s volume and texture. My hair now looks better than it did in my twenties. In fact, you can’t tell at all that my hair is thinning. The difference in my hair after applying henna hair color is nothing short of amazing. Not only does my hair feel lush, thicker and fuller, it’s also shiny, full of volume with added strength and elasticity. It also looks and feels hydrated. So I can use fewer daily hair care products. Most days I can even skip the conditioner!

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The Best Natural Remedy for Thinning Hair

If you’re over the struggle of fighting with your drab, thinning hair or even lack luster hair, henna is the perfect natural remedy! When used as a natural remedy for thinning hair, henna not only improves the texture, volume and health of your hair, it also reduces hair fall out. If that wasn’t enough, your scalp will also notice the change. Say goodbye to itchy scalp and even prevent dandruff all together! But wait. Doesn’t henna dye hair red?

The Benefits of Using Henna for Hair

When people think of henna for hair, they are generally familiar with henna as a red hair dye. However, you can dye your hair with henna in a number of ways. By using a “clear” version of henna, you can dye your hair with no color deposit. Alternately, you custom formulate henna to keep your existing hair color or to go a different shade all together. The trick is simply using other botanical products – such as indigo – to formulate a custom color hair dye. Additionally, the by mixing henna with things like tea or coffee, you can also brings out different tones of hair color. (You can learn how to make custom henna hair dye colors further down.)

There are a number of benefits of henna for hair. And once you discover these natural hair care benefits of henna for yourself, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. Not only does henna dye hair, it also improves hair health for considerably less than even store bought hair dye. Following are my favorite benefits to using henna as a natural remedy for thinning hair as well as a hair dye.

  • Henna is completely plant based so you can use it even if you’re vegan.
  • You don’t need to use any special shampoos or additional products for healthy looking hair.
  • It’s super affordable. A single application can cost as little as $5 – or half that if you have short hair!
  • Henna won’t dry out or damage your hair like chemical based hair dyes.
  • You can use henna without color to enjoy healthy looking hair without changing your look.
  • In most cases, you’ll find you no longer need to use conditioner.
  • Henna naturally bonds with hair for thicker, fuller hair and a boost of volume.
  • Using henna strengthens hair and gives it additional elasticity.
  • Henna gives hair shine so it looks and feels healthy.
  • In many cases henna helps with issues such as itchy scalp or dandruff. It also promotes hair growth.
  • I’ve found that using henna reduces daily hair fall out.
  • Henna naturally fades out so there are no obvious roots as hair grows.
  • You’ll find that the benefits of henna typically last for a three month period.
  • Regardless of your hair type, henna works for everyone and can even cover gray hair.
  • Henna hair dye is a completely natural botanical product so there’s no need to worry about potentially toxic ingredients.
  • You can buy henna premade in custom hair colors without having to mix your own botanical blends.

Tips & Tricks for Using Henna As A Remedy for Thinning Hair

Keep reading to learn where you can purchase henna to use as a natural remedy for thinning hair for women. Plus I share the exact same products that I used to color my hair and improve hair health. But first, there are a few precautions and tips for using henna hair color.

  • If you have color treated hair, you cannot use henna until it grows out and is cut off. Otherwise you may experience a chemical reaction that can damage hair and/or give you an unexpected color.
  • Always do a strand test first if trying to color over chemically color treated hair or is you spend a lot time in the pool. Chlorine can cause hair to turn green when using henna to color hair.
  • Henna needs to process for 1-4 hours. Therefore I recommend testing a strand of hair first, so you know how to leave henna on to achieve the color you want.
  • You can cover gray with henna. If you hair is more than 10-15% gray, you’ll need two applications of henna. Each application should be left on for 2-4 hours. For best results, you should wait 72 hours between applications, with red henna offering the best coverage. For white or very light-colored gray hair, try Rusalki Strawberry Blonde Herbal Henna to give hair a sun-streaked look.  (I also recommend Light Mountain Natural Color the Gray henna for gray hair.)
  • For super dry or damaged hair, you can add a carrier oil or butter to your henna paste. Or try this ready made henna gloss bar for lush, hydrated hair.
  • Metal can negatively react with henna. Therefore you should not use any metal containers or utensils when mixing henna prior to application.
  • You can store dry henna powder for up to a year. Alternately, you can also freeze any mixed henna you have leftover for up to three months for touch ups as needed. Or do dye your again a second time around.

Formulations for Creating Varying Henna Hair Colors

If you’d like to enjoy the benefits of henna hair color without a color deposit, you can use a similar botanical called Organic Zizyphus Spina Christi (Sedr.) This product won’t leave any color on your hair – even if it’s white. Sedr conditions hair in a manner similar to that of henna. It provides body, aids in detangling, conditions your scalp and and adds shine.

Alternately you can also use Cassia Obovata or Senna. Senna won’t deposit color on dark hair tones. However it will add golden tones to light colored blonde, strawberry blonde or gray hair. Sometimes referred to as “neutral” henna, senna  improves the health of hair by making it glossy, stronger, thicker and dandruff-free. Unlike henna, however, senna must be applied every one to two months.

Alternately, to incorporate additional botanical ingredients in with henna to change the final color, you can follow these henna hair dye recipes:

  • Golden Tones – 100% Cassia
  • Marigold Blond Tones – 75% Cassia and 25% True Henna
  • Strawberry Blond Tones – 50/50 Cassia and True Henna
  • Copper Tones – 75% True Henna and 25% Cassia
  • Reddish Brown Tones – 60-75% True Henna and 25-40% Indigo
  • Brown Tones – 50% True Henna and 50% Indigo (add Cassia to lighten)
  • Dark Chocolate Brown Tones – 60-75% Indigo and 25-40% True Henna

For tips on mixing your own botanical henna hair colors, I recommend the book Natural Hair Coloring by hair care expert Christine Shahin. Within this book you’ll learn how to use non-toxic pigments from henna, indigo, amla, and cassia to color your hair naturally.

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Where to Buy Henna for Hair Care

Ready mixed henna hair color is a great option for getting the color your want without the guesswork. My preference is to buy henna in the color I want my hair to be, rather than make my own. Not only does it mean fewer products to buy, the back of the box shows me exactly how my hair color will turn out. For this look – Yes, that’s me! – I used the medium brown Light Mountain Natural Hair Care & Conditioner. (My hair doesn’t look like it’s thinning now!)

I first discovered this henna hair color brand at my local co-op. I love it not only for the quality, but also for the price. Later I realized I was able to save more money by not only purchasing the same brand online, but in 3-pack. That’s 9 months of hair color. And a pretty good deal if you’re trying to save money without sacrificing your look.

When my hair was shorter, I was able to get two applications from one box of henna hair color. So if you have short hair, you can use half the amount in each package and save even more. You can purchase Light Mountain Natural Hair Care & Conditioner online here.

I’ve also purchased henna hair color from Night Blooming on Etsy (she’s the bee’s knees!) as well as from Mountain Rose Herbs. Both of whom I also highly recommend. You can purchase henna hair dye in varying shades from both of these companies as well in both blends and singular hair care colors.

What to Expect When Using Henna As a Natural Remedy for Thinning Hair

I’ve already covered the natural beauty benefits of using henna for hair care, both as a natural remedy for thinning hair and improve hair’s strength, volume and luster. However, it’s important to note that the results from dying your hair with henna develop over several days, rather than immediately.

Unlike chemical laden hair dyes, henna undergoes minor changes for two to three days after application. During this time, you’ll find the color continues to deepen and intensify slightly. Your hair may also initially feel dry after washing out henna hair color. During this time, your hair will also smell what is akin to spinach. Once this time period has passed, your hair will feel and look totally transformed. And the natural scent of the botanicals goes away.

(You can see before, after and in process photos of henna for hair here.)

How to Use Henna for Hair Health & Beauty

Ready to take the plunge into henna hair care? Using henna to color your hair or to improve its condition is easy! You can even do it yourself at home. Here’s how.

  1. Shampoo hair with a clarifying shampoo. Do not follow with conditioner. Towel dry.
  2. Place the henna powder in a glass, ceramic or plastic bowl. Set aside.
  3. Boil 12 to 16 ounces of distilled water, tea or coffee. Pour the liquid onto the dry henna powder and stir. You want the henna paste to be the consistency of yogurt. (If henna is clumpy you can add several heaping Tablespoons of yogurt to the henna for a creamier consistency.)
  4. Allow the henna to cool for 15 to 30 minutes.
  5. Once henna has cooled, apply henna to clean, towel dried hair. (You’ll want to wear gloves for this step.) Start at the crown of your head and apply the henna to your roots first. Then massage the henna outward.
  6. Cover your hair with a plastic cap or grocery bag once hair is fully coated. Leave the henna on your hair for anyone from 45 minutes to four hours. (I usually allow the henna to process for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. However, a strand test is the best way to know how long your hair will need.)
  7. Rinse the henna from your hair using warm water. Once rinsed thoroughly, apply conditioner (not shampoo!) to your hair. Then rinse again.
  8. After 24 hours have passed, you can shampoo your hair. I recommend using mild shampoo such as a syndet shampoo bar.

Have you ever used henna as a natural remedy for thinning hair? I’d love to hear about your experiences. So be sure to share your thoughts in the comments!

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Exfoliating Scalp Scrub Recipe with Bentonite Clay

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Build up giving you the hair care blues? Itchy scalp? Drab hair? Give this natural exfoliating scalp scrub recipe with bentonite clay a try! Not only does it remove product buildup on your scalp, it also promotes scalp health and can ease itching and hair fall out.

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Formulating a scalp scrub recipe.

I recently mentioned on instagram last week that I was working on a scalp scrub recipe. Having heard others rave, I ventured into developing my own recipe. After first trying a commercial scalp scrub, I came away with doubts. I kept finding grit from the exfoliants in my hair afterwards throughout the course of the day. It wasn’t fun. And I really did (cross my heart) shampoo my hair after using the scrub. Twice in fact.

For my next attempt I tried a homemade scalp scrub recipe from the internet. It consisted primarily of oil and salt. That scalp scrub recipe was a bigger fail than the first. As my hair is normal to oily, I ended up with greasy hair that just looked dirty. Not even dry shampoo could resurrect that disaster. I literally washed my hair three times and still couldn’t get all the oil out. So I worked on creating my own version of a deep cleansing scalp scrub recipe.

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My first attempt left my hair greasy feeling. Much like the simple scalp scrub recipe I’d previously tried. The second version was better. It worked fine on Greg’s dry hair without any issue. However, it was still a bit much for my hair type. It did make a really sweet body scrub though. The kind that feels like you just put on lotion.

My initial thought was to use cera bellina wax for sort of a suspension base. As cera bellina forms a gel when combined with carrier oils, my thinking was it would support the addition and equal distribution of both the salt and bentonite clay in my recipe. I was also hoping it would give my scalp scrub recipe more slip. Unfortunately, the wax made the end product feel heavy. It also made it harder to rinse out. Which in end defeated the purpose of removing product build up.

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Therefore, on my second attempt, I added witch hazel and an emulsifying wax to try to counteract this. I kept the cera bellina wax. I also used a bit of foaming bath butter to give it a bit of cleansing power. Unfortunately, it still did not favor normal to oily hair. So I scrapped the cera bellina wax completely on my third attempt as it really was too heavy for healthy hair.

My final scalp scrub recipe consisted of more witch hazel as well as foaming bath butter. My thought being that these ingredients would work together to remove build up while also clarifying the scalp. And while the third time’s a charm, that was not so in this case. My emulsion failed (which is 90% of why I don’t make homemade lotion.) I considered a fourth attempt, but to be honest, I was feeling completely burnt out. (I’m sure many of my fellow formulators have felt the same way.)

They say when you get knocked down to get back up and do it again. At some point however,  you’re kind of just like F this and stop torturing yourself. I may come back around to an emulsified scalp scrub recipe later down the road. Just not anytime soon. (This is also why you’ll find most bath and beauty artisans aren’t willing to share their recipe formulations. It’s time consuming and can get expensive fast.)

Regardless of my lack of success, I will leave you with more than simply my admission of failure.

Instead I’m sharing two recipes with you. The first is my second attempt at an exfoliating scalp scrub recipe. It’s a great starting point for a salt scrub. And who knows? If you have dry hair you may just dig it for its original intended purpose. I’m also sharing a simple, single use (wax free) scalp scrub recipe. It does basically the same thing I was trying to achieve, but without complicated ingredients or emulsions to contend with.

Keep in mind that as these recipes call for bentonite clay. Therefore you should refrain from using metal utensils and equipment as these deactivate the wonderful detox properties of the clay.

Exfoliating Scalp Scrub Recipe with Bentonite Clay. Build up giving you the hair care blues? Itchy scalp? Drab hair? Give this natural exfoliating scalp scrub recipe with bentonite clay a try! Not only does it remove product buildup on your scalp, it also promotes scalp health and can ease itching and hair fall out.

Skin Soothing Salt Scrub/Scalp Scrub Recipe

Ingredients:

.2 oz. castor oil
.25 oz. cera bellina wax
.25 oz. jojoba oil
.5 oz. emulsifying wax
1.5 oz. fractionated coconut oil
1 oz. Stephenson’s foaming bath butter
1.5 oz. witch hazel
1 oz. bentonite clay
1.5 oz. fine sea salt
12 drops lemon essential oil
6 drops tea tree essential oil
3 drops peppermint essential oil
3 drops rosemary essential oil
preservative, of choice

Instructions:

I have a full on grocery list of ingredients for this recipe. So I won’t feel bad if you don’t try it. However some of the habitual makers out there probably have everything on hand. In which case you may find you enjoy the thrill of the experiment.

You will need to weigh out all the ingredients for this salt body/scalp scrub recipe.

Weigh out the sea salt and bentonite clay first. Combine in a medium to large glass bowl. Mix to combine then set aside.

Next, weigh out the carrier oils. Then combine the carrier oils with both the cera bellina wax and emulsifying wax in double boiler. Heat until all the ingredients have melted. Then stir in the foaming bath butter until melted.

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Tip: Choose carrier oils based on your hair type! Learn more about the unique properties of over 40 different carrier oils in Cari Dunn’s book, Carrier Oils: A beginner’s guide to using over 40 carrier oils in bath and beauty recipes. Buy it here. Or read it free with your kindle unlimited subscription. (If you don’t have a kindle unlimited subscription, you can sign up for a free trial here.)

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In the meantime, slowly heat the witch hazel to bring it to the same temperature as the carrier oil and wax mixture. (You will need a digital thermometer for this. This laser thermometer is the absolute bomb for soapmaking and skin care recipes.)

Remove both from heat then pour the witch hazel into the carrier oil and wax mixture. Add the essential oils then mix with an immersion blender or hand mixture for two minutes.

Allow the salt scrub to cool then add your preservative of choice per manufacturer’s recommendations at or below the recommended temperature. (Keep in mind that most preservatives are heat sensitive.) Mix again.

Once the salt scrub starts to thicken, mix in the sea salt and clay mixture. Mix well to ensure all the ingredients are thorough incorporated, then pour into a 4 oz. jar.

To use as a scalp scrub for dry hair, massage onto wet scalp and massage in with your fingertips. Follow with a clarifying shampoo and conditioner.

Alternately, you can use this formulation as a body scrub. Simply massage onto wet skin in the shower in a circular motion. Then rinse off. Your skin will feel like you’ve just put on lotion!

Exfoliating Scalp Scrub Recipe

Ingredients:

3 Tablespoons fine sea salt
1 Tablespoon bentonite clay
1/4 teaspoon citric acid
1 drop each lavender, tea tree & rosemary essential oils
aloe vera gel or witch hazel

Instructions:

Measure out the sea salt, clay and citric acid. Then combine in a small glass bowl.

Add the essential oils, then enough aloe vera gel or witch hazel to form a thin paste.

Massage onto your wet scalp using your fingertips for 1 to 2 minutes. Then wash and condition your hair with a clarifying shampoo.

Love your locks with these leave in coffee hair conditioner & shine spray recipes! Formulated especially for dry or damaged hair, these recipes both utilize the power of camellia seed oil and babassu oil. Both of these oils have similar properties in hair and skincare as coconut oil making them especially suited for those sensitive to or allergic to coconut oil.

Explore more hair care recipes.

Not quite sure about the whole scalp scrub thing? You can also make an apple cider vinegar rinse to remove build up on your hair and scalp. My yerba mate hair rinse recipe with apple cider vinegar not only removes product build up, it also helps to strengthen hair and improve luster. You can learn how to make it here.

Alternately, if you have coarse, curly or dry hair, then you’ll love my coffee shine spray recipe. You can find two versions of this recipe – one with and one without silicone – here. Or try my favorite essential oil hair mask recipe with aloe here.

For a healthy alternative to sulfate based shampoos try my sea salt shampoo bar recipe with milk and egg. I also recommend the book, Homemade Natural Hair Care with Essential Oils, for beginner hair care gurus. (It’s also a free read with a kindle unlimited subscription.)

To discover more homemade hair care recipes, be sure to follow my DIY Bath & Body board on Pinterest here.

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Bacuri Butter Recipes: Bacuri Butter Body Balm for Natural Skin Care

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Unravel the mystery behind bacuri butter and discover how this prized beauty butter from the Brazilian Amazon Forest can transform your natural beauty and skin care products. Plus learn how to make a natural bacuri butter body balm recipe to promote skin health and reduce the appearance of aging.

Bacuri butter as a natural home remedy and anti-aging skin care ingredient for your holistic beauty and natural skin care recipes. Bacuri Butter: The Most Magical of Beauty Butters for Natural Skin Care Recipes. Unravel the mystery behind bacuri butter and discover how this prized beauty butter from the Brazilian Amazon Forest can transform your natural beauty and skin care products. Plus learn how to make a natural bacuri butter body balm recipe to promote skin health and reduce the appearance of aging.

I’ve been in a creative slump as of late. I’ve been short on supplies. More than that, however, I’ve just been using a lot of the same ingredients over and over in different ways for so long. It kind of becomes uninspiring. If you’re a creator, you’ve likely also hit a similar wall at some point in your own process. So you get what I mean.

In fact, a creative slump was one of the main reasons I stopped selling my homemade soaps on Etsy and at my local farmer’s market. That constant demand for the same exact products over and over. I rarely had a chance to formulate any new homemade soap recipes. Instead I was selling my product downtown five days a week and making soap in the evenings. Then somewhere between all of that there was social media, etsy listings and product shipping. So my creativity extended about as far as swapping out colorants and fragrance oils for the same boring homemade soap recipe.

Recently however I was introduced to an entirely new line of exotic butters and carrier oils by way of Paris Fragrances. Paris Fragrances carries a fantastic line of natural butters and vegetable carrier oils from the Brazilian Amazon Forest. All of these natural ingredients are unrefined, cold pressed and sustainably sourced from the Amazon region of Brazil. They’re also perfect for use in natural skin care and homemade soap recipes!

Bacuri Butter: The Most Magical of Beauty Butters for Natural Skin Care Recipes. Unravel the mystery behind bacuri butter and discover how this prized beauty butter from the Brazilian Amazon Forest can transform your natural beauty and skin care products. Plus learn how to make a natural bacuri butter body balm recipe to promote skin health and reduce the appearance of aging.

Bacuri Butter: The Most Magical of All Beauty Butters

With the rise in both artisan and natural skin care products, many of us are now familiar with exotic ingredients from locations like Africa. Shea butter, a natural ingredient used in everything from body butters to soaps, is a major part of Africa’s economy. Known as African Gold, shea butter offers valuable economic opportunities for women and girls.

However, there are lesser known butters from a different region of the world that also have their own unique properties and benefits when used in skin and hair care recipes. Bacuri butter, in particular, comes from the Brazilian Amazon Forest. A somewhat unattractive butter, this natural butter is a dark brown that resembles both the color and consistency of fudge. It also offers some rather amazing skin care benefits. After just one use, bacuri butter was instantly promoted to the most magical of all beauty butters in my natural beauty and skin care arsenal.

Some of my favorite skin care properties of bacuri butter include the fast absorbency rate and its highly emollient and moisturizing properties. I also love bacuri butter’s rich natural color and its antifungal and antibacterial properties. It’s versatility, both as a natural home remedy and as a quality ingredient in skin care products, also makes it a must for my own home apothecary.

Bacuri Butter: The Most Magical of Beauty Butters for Natural Skin Care Recipes. Unravel the mystery behind bacuri butter and discover how this prized beauty butter from the Brazilian Amazon Forest can transform your natural beauty and skin care products. Plus learn how to make a natural bacuri butter body balm recipe to promote skin health and reduce the appearance of aging.

What Is Bacuri Butter? (And Why Make a Bacuri Butter Body Balm?)

Bacuri butter is extracted from the seeds of the fruit that grows on the Bacuri tree. These trees are found in Northern Brazil, within the state of Para, where the fruit is harvested in the wild. The dark brown solid butter is then extracted from the seeds for use using the cold-pressed processing method. Bacuri butter has a pleasant, moderately strong natural scent. This natural fragrance is often described as earthy or mossy. However, for me bacuri butter smells sweet and earthy with nutty undertones.

Bacuri butter has a melting point of 95°F which is similar to that of shea butter. The melt point of unrefined shea butter ranges between 89 to 100°F making bacuri butter a suitable substitution in your beauty and body butter recipes. Suited for all skin types, including oily and sensitive skin, bacuri butter leaves skin feeling velvety smooth upon application. It also has firming, moisturizing, astringent, soothing and cell renewal properties when used in your choice of a variety of homemade skin care formulations.

Benefits of Bacuri Butter for Health & Beauty

Bacuri butter offers a number of natural beauty benefits for skin and hair when used in natural beauty recipes. Commonly used in a number of skin and hair applications, bacuri butter is also prized as a natural home remedy for a number of ailments.

Bacuri butter skin care benefits as a natural home remedy.

Traditionally, bacuri butter has been used by the local natives of Brazil as an effective home remedy against both snake and spider bites. It’s also been shown to be an effective  home remedy for treating earaches. Additionally, bacuri butter is also viewed as what is considered a miraculous, indigenous remedy against rheumatism and arthritis. You can also use bacuri butter as a natural insect repellent to protect against insect bites.

When utilized in natural remedies for skin issues, bacuri butter reduces inflammation and redness. It’s also effective at reducing rashes, acne, hyper-pigmentation and scarring. Therefore bacuri butter makes a great addition to natural salves and creams that target acne, rosacea, eczema, scars and stretch marks. It’s also a recommended ingredient for natural pain relief products to help ease muscle pain.

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Bacuri butter for natural beauty & skin care recipes.

Bacuri butter has many wonderful properties that make it an especially useful ingredient in skin and hair care applications. Part of this is due to it’s high methionine content. Methionine is an essential amino acid that plays a critical role in the metabolism and health of many species. It’s also a natural source of sulphur – an element crucial for healthy skin, hair and nails.

Due to this amino acid and it’s high tripalmitin (fatty acid) content, bacuri butter is able to help stabilize skin’s elastin and collagen production as well as promote hair and nail growth. Therefore bacuri butter makes a both a beautiful and effective addition to scar treatments and stretch mark creams, anti-aging products, hair masks, cuticle balms, body butters and hair conditioners.

About My Bacuri Butter Body Balm

I’ve been working on several natural skin care and homemade soap recipes formulated with bacuri butter – all of which I’ll be sharing over the coming weeks. In the meantime I wanted to share the first of those recipes with you for my natural bacuri butter body balm. My bacuri butter body balm recipe is formulate with just over one third bacuri butter. It also contains passion fruit oil – an unrefined vegetable carrier oil also from the Brazilian Amazon region.

Like bacuri butter, passion fruit oil oil also has a high content of unsaturated fatty acids. It’s rich in linoleic acid, which aids in the restoration of the lipid layer of the skin. This yields exquisite moisturizing and emollient properties that increase the silkiness of the skin. Soap and skin products that are formulated with passion fruit oil offer a relaxing and anti-stress sensation.

Other ingredients in my bacuri butter body balm recipe consist of jojoba oil (or fractionated coconut oil) and lanolin. The lanolin is added to my body balm recipe for additional skin protection and to help lock in moisture. Additionally, my bacuri butter body balm recipe also contains cera bellina wax, a hydrophilic derivative of beeswax that has the ability to convert oils to gels, and candelilla wax. There is no added fragrance in my bacuri butter body balm. Instead, this simple recipe allows the natural scent of the bacuri butter to shine through.

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Bacuri Butter Body Balm Recipe

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Ingredients:

1.5 oz. bacuri butter
1 oz. jojoba oil (or fractionated coconut oil)
1 oz. passion fruit oil
.25 oz. cera bellina wax
.25 oz. pharmaceutical grade lanolin
.1 oz. candelilla wax

Instructions for making your bacuri butter body balm:

To make my natural bacuri butter body balm recipe, you’ll need to use a digital scale to first weigh out all of the ingredients. Combine the ingredients in a glass Pyrex measuring cup or double boiler.

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Melt the ingredients for the bacuri butter body balm using the double boiler method. I recommend using a double boiler insert. Alternately you can also use a glass Pyrex measuring cup by resting the measuring cup on a canning lid in a pot of water.

Once all of the ingredients for your bacuri butter body balm have melted, remove the liquified body balm from heat. Then mix the ingredients thoroughly until well combine.

Pour the bacuri butter body balm evenly into two 2.3 oz. glass jars (like these from SKS Bottle & Packaging.) Allow to cool then screw on the lids and label as desired for personal use or gifting.

Bacuri Butter Body Balm Recipe - a natural remedy for eczema, acne scars and other problematic skin conditions. Perfect for maturing, oily and even sensitive skin, bacuri butter is the most magical of beauty butters for your natural skin care recipes. Unravel the mystery behind bacuri butter and discover how this prized beauty butter from the Brazilian Amazon Forest can transform your natural beauty and skin care products. Plus learn how to make a natural bacuri butter body balm recipe to promote skin health and reduce the appearance of aging.

How to Use Your Bacuri Butter Body Balm:

To use your natural bacuri butter body balm, simply massage onto skin as desired to moisturize and soothe skin.

Yield: 3.1 oz.

Bacuri Butter Body Balm Recipe

Bacuri Butter Body Balm Recipe

Discover how bacuri butter can transform your natural beauty products by making your own bacuri butter recipes. Enjoy the natural skin care benefits of bacuri butter in this easy bacuri butter body balm recipe that moisturizes skin and promotes skin health.

Active Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • 1.5 oz. bacuri butter
  • 1 oz. jojoba oil (or fractionated coconut oil)
  • 1 oz. passion fruit oil
  • .25 oz. cera bellina wax
  • .25 oz. pharmaceutical grade lanolin
  • .1 oz. candelilla wax

Tools

  • digital scale
  • double boiler
  • glass bowl
  • utensils for mixing
  • 2.3 oz. glass container

Instructions

  1. Weigh out all of the ingredients. Combine the ingredients in a double boiler and heat until melted.
  2. Once melted, remove from heat. Then mix the bacuri butter body balm ingredients to combine.
  3. Pour the bacuri butter body balm evenly into two 2.3 oz. glass jars.
  4. Allow to cool then screw on the lids.

Other Ways to Use Bacuri Butter for Natural Skin Care

Other than my bacuri butter body balm recipe, another great way to use bacuri butter is simply solo! When applied as is to skin, bacuri butter gives skin a light golden brown sheen. So it’s the perfect substitute for your body bronzer. Especially when your skin is craving a luxe moisturizer.

While bacuri butter can stain clothing, it absorbs quickly and easily. So not only does this butter not feel greasy after application, once absorbed, there’s no longer a risk of it staining clothing. And because a little dab’ll do you, bacuri butter is extremely cost effective when compared to beauty products that perform a similar beauty benefit. Additionally, bacuri butter also offers some SPF skin protection and works wonderfully as a natural after sun moisturizer.

In addition to direct skin application, bacuri butter is also well suited for hair care. It’s a great natural moisturizer for dark, curly or ethnic hair as it helps to protect hair against external agents.

You can buy pesticide free, fair trade and sustainable bacuri butter online from Paris Fragrances.

DIY Chocolate Cleansing Balm with Bacuri Butter. Learn how to make a rich and decadent DIY chocolate cleansing balm for your natural skin care routine. This cleansing balm contains a natural emulsifier that effortlessly dissolves even the most stubborn makeup, while cocoa butter and exotic bacuri butter deeply nourish your skin. Your face will be left clean and soft while you enjoy the subtle aroma of deep, dark chocolate.

More Bacuri Butter Recipes for Natural Beauty

If you love my easy bacuri butter body balm recipe for natural skin care, then be sure to try my other homemade bacuri butter recipes to enjoy all the skin care benefits of bacuri butter.

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Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes for A Spa Day at Home

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You don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own easy holistic beauty and skin care recipes for a spa day at home! Keep reading to discover 60 natural beauty and skin care recipes that are easy to make, for the perfect clean beauty products to enjoy during your spa day at home.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

My roommate’s house is heavily wooded in the backyard. As a result, a multitude of strange insects, not to mention bird poop, tend to drop from the trees. So my car is often covered in odd looking spiders with turquoise pedipalps and slimy looking larvae. Don’t even get me started on the tree sperm. (Er, pollen.) There’s simply no escaping it.

Yesterday evening I walked back into the house after taking my dog, Jasper outside. I then retired to my bedroom to watch television with my boyfriend, Greg, after dinner. It didn’t take long to discover a black segmented insect of some sort crawling on me. My immediate reaction was to jump up and down and frantically brush off my body and clothing to rid myself of whatever this bug was.

Greg laughed at me and told me he really enjoyed my dance. But, he stated, “You would never survive in the deep South.” This then led into a less than favorable discussion about palmetto bugs – which are fricking huge flying cockroaches! – and the like. Unknown or simply gross insects are kind of my kryptonite. If they have the ability to spike my anxiety, or even worse, bite and potentially poison me, I want it gone as soon as possible.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

The same can be said for toxic skin care products. It wasn’t that long ago that Johnson & Johnson lost a lawsuit claiming that their talc based baby powder caused cervical cancer. It was ruled that there was a link between talc and cancer in a court case involving 63-year-old Eva Echeverria. She later died of cervical cancer on Sept. 20, 2017. This ruling – and the award – was later overturned. However it does raise questions about potentially harmful skin care and beauty products. And whether or not we can trust the companies selling us these products.

As we discover more about the cancer causing and potentially toxic ingredients that the beauty industry has been putting in our beauty and skin care products over the years, it’s no wonder there’s a shift toward holistic skin care. With the average lifespan for women lengthening and the cost of healthcare rising, who can afford to get sick? (The cost for treating cervical cancer can run as much as $82,324 for just the first year of treatment!)

Luckily there’s been a shift in the skin care and cosmetics industry here in the United States towards more natural beauty products. A lot of these natural skin care products tend to be more expensive than their synthetic alternatives however. But you don’t have to pay a high prices tag for your health where beauty and skin care is involved. You can make your own easy holistic beauty & skin care recipes at home.

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Enjoy a Spa Day at Home with These Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes

Following is a collection of some of my favorite, easy holistic beauty & skin care recipes. While the initial start up cost of some of these holistic beauty and skin care recipes may be high, you can use the natural ingredients in a plethora of other natural skin care recipes. Thus you reduce the overall cost of your completed homemade products in the end. I hope that you enjoy making these natural beauty and skin care recipes as much as I do.

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Holistic Beauty Recipes for a Spa Day at Home

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Foaming Ginger & Turmeric Face Polish Recipe

This natural foaming ginger & turmeric face polish recipe is wonderful for maturing skin and is crafted with a blend of natural carrier & organic essential oils prized for their antioxidant and anti-aging properties for the best in easy holistic beauty that you can craft at home. Learn to make it here.

Herbal Dry Shampoo Recipe

You’re going to love this natural herbal dry shampoo recipe made with natural botanicals, clay and essential oils. This natural dry shampoo not only keeps your hair looking great, but it smells amazing! A must have holistic beauty product for summer, this dry shampoo absorbs excess oil that can leave hair looking dirty & greasy while also adding volume to fine, limp hair. Get the recipe here.

Natural Hair Gel Recipe

This natural hair gel recipe contains only natural ingredients to help tame your lively locks. With flexible hold that enhances your hair’s texture and manages frizz, you’ll love this healthier hair care option that omits ingredients you can’t pronounce or simply have never heard of. Learn more here.

Yerba Mate Hair Rinse Recipe with Apple Cider Vinegar

This Yerba Mate Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse Recipe with apple cider vinegar not only helps to strengthen hair and improve luster, but it can even restore hair’s natural color and fend off those pesky grays. While this yerba mate hair rinse is especially beneficial for anyone using a no poo hair care approach, it’s wonderful for all hair types. Find this natural holistic hair care recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Coffee Lip Balm Recipe

If you love coffee then you must try this easy 3-ingredient coffee lip balm recipe! Made using a coffee infused oil for flavor and scent, this easy and all natural DIY lip balm saves you money while also offering a quality product. This is a favorite among readers as far as budget friendly holistic skin care recipes go. Get the recipe here.

Tinted Vegan Lip Gloss Recipe

This plant based tinted vegan lip gloss recipe is both all natural and, well, kind of amazing! Naturally tinted with alkanet root infused sweet almond oil, this easy holistic beauty recipe for a vegan lip gloss gives lips the perfect pop of red to compliment your own natural beauty. Learn more here.

DIY Sheet Masks for Sensitive Skin

Learn how to make your own natural sheet masks for sensitive skin for under 10 cents each! Check out this easy holistic beauty recipe to learn what ingredients to use for your homemade sensitive skin sheet masks, why these natural ingredients make a difference and where to buy sheet masks to use for your own budget friendly sheet face masks. Discover this beauty tutorial here.

Natural Hair Mask Recipe for Hair Growth

Make this easy holistic beauty recipe for hair growth! This hair mask recipe contains natural neem oil and castor oil as key ingredients that help to encourage hair growth. In addition, this hair mask recipe for hair growth also contains coconut oil and sal butter to help moisturize and repair hair and a blend of essential oils for scalp health. Find the recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Natural Beauty Balm Recipe

This natural beauty balm recipe for clear, beautiful skin is naturally formulated with organic essential oils and carrier oils that promote skin health and diminish the appearance of aging. This homemade anti-aging beauty balm recipe is a wonderful natural holistic skin care recipe that you can craft at home for clear, beautiful skin. Get the recipe here.

Lemon & Ginger Natural Lip Balm Recipe

Give your lip some love with this natural homemade lip balm recipe! It’s lightly scented with natural lemongrass and ginger essential oils and contains an optional bronze mica for just a hint of sheer shimmer. Discover this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Chocolate Ginger Agave Lip Butter Recipe

This natural homemade tinted lip butter recipe is made with yummy agave syrup and is naturally scented with cocoa absolute and ginger essential oil. While natural alkanet root powder gives lips a beautiful, subtle tint. You will love how kissably soft this easy holistic beauty recipe makes your lips feel as well as the lip gloss like shine! Find the recipe here.

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe

This natural translucent finishing powder recipe goes on similar to a translucent fair pressed powder to help mattify shine and give your makeup a final touch. Apply over makeup and foundation or brush on alone for a natural look that helps to give the appearance of a more even skin tone. Learn how to make this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Anti-Aging Rosehip Face Serum Recipe

This simple skin care recipe requires only a few key natural plant based ingredients that work in union to reduce the appearance of aging and help to prevent acne. It can even help to reduce the appearance of scarring! Learn more about this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Anti-Aging Natural Night Cream Recipe

Get healthy, youthful skin naturally with this non-toxic holistic beauty recipe for crafting your own anti-aging night cream recipe made with real plant extracts. It’s a cruelty free natural skin care recipe for making a natural anti-aging night cream recipe to reduce the signs of aging and promote skin health and wellness. This homemade night cream recipe is about to become your new favorite holistic beauty and skin care product. Get the recipe here.

Anti-Aging Coffee Eye Cream Recipe

An easy holistic beauty secret to more youthful, healthy looking skin, this natural coffee eye cream recipe is made using coffee infused herbal oil to help diminish the appearance of dark under eye circles, puffiness and even fine lines. Plus it helps fight aging by promoting skin health and wellness without toxins, chemicals or synthetic ingredients! Find the recipe here.

DIY Eyebrow Shaper Wax

This natural homemade eyebrow shaper wax provides hold without being sticky or leaving clumps behind like other eyebrow shaper wax pencils can. Plus it won’t pull out eyebrow hair with use as I found was sometimes an issue. Find this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Rose Skin Care Recipes for Natural Beauty & Gifts! Vegan DIY 3-in-1 Beauty Stick! Learn how to create your own rose scented DIY 3-in-1 beauty stick for lips, eyes and cheeks. This vegan plant based beauty stick is glides onto skin with ease and blends beautifully. It also makes a great eyeshadow base!

DIY All-in-One Beauty Stick for Lips, Eyes & Cheeks

Learn how to create your own natural, rose scented DIY 3-in-1 beauty stick for lips, eyes and cheeks. This vegan plant based beauty stick glides onto skin with ease and blends beautifully for natural makeup you can trust. It also makes a great eyeshadow base! Learn to make this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

DIY Rose Scented 4-in-1 All Over Cream Beauty Stick

This natural, plant based makeup recipe creates a naturally scented rose 4-in-1 all over cream beauty stick! This easy holistic beauty recipe works as a bronzer, eyeshadow, blush and lipstick – all in one! Plus there are free printable labels for gifting! Discover the recipe here.

DIY Pink Shimmer Finishing Powder

If you’re looking for more easy holistic beauty options for your makeup and cosmetics, then try this DIY pink shimmer finishing powder! This naturally formulated finishing powder gives skin a warm illuminating glow without unnecessary chemicals or preservatives. Not only will your skin look and feel better when you switch to natural skin care and beauty products, but you’ll also save money! Get the recipe here.

Holiday Red Tinted Lip Balm Recipe

This easy holistic beauty recipe creates the perfect pout for your next holiday party! The deep red of this natural lip balm glides easily onto lips. It looks natural while also giving lips a bit of color oomph for that perfect holiday smile. Find the recipe here.

This lip plumping lip balm recipe gives lips a zing of clove essential oil to help plump lips with the added bonus of bronze brown shimmery tint!

Tinted Lip Plumping Lip Balm Recipe

This natural lip plumping lip balm recipe contains organic clove essential oil to help plump lips with the added bonus of (optional) bronze brown shimmery tint! You’ll love this homemade lip balm for everyday not just special occasions. And, because it contains lanolin, it’s perfect for dry or chapped lips! Learn to make this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Natural Face Luminizer Recipe

This natural face luminizer recipe highlights and accents eyes, cheekbones and lips by giving skin a sheer glow without too much shine or sparkle. It’s perfect as an eyeshadow base too! Find the recipe to make it here.

DIY 2-in-1 Lip Stain & Cheek Color

If you’re looking for a natural alternative to mass market cosmetics that are free of preservatives and parabens, then try this 2 in 1 DIY lip stain and cheek color! This easy holistic beauty recipe is a snap to make and can be poured directly into lip balm pots or molded into cute flower shapes for gifting! Get the recipe here.

Intense Moisturizing Hair Mask Recipe

This natural homemade moisturizing hair mask recipe with organic mint essential oils is made with natural ingredients that intense moisture to hair ravaged by the elements. It also makes a lovely homemade hand cream! Find this easy holistic beauty recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Holistic Skin Care Recipes for a Spa Day at Home

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Matcha All Over Moisture Stick Recipe

This budget friendly DIY for crafting your own natural, holistic matcha all over moisture stick recipe is a simple skin care solution that really works! Homemade with just three natural ingredients, this moisturizing stick nourishes, conditions and protects skin all over your body – lips included! Get the recipe here.

All Purpose Salve Recipe

Learn how to make your own custom herbal salve recipe. Whether you want to test the waters by making a simple holistic salve or want to learn how to create your own custom salve recipes, this easy 4-ingredient all purpose salve recipe is a great springing board for developing your own natural herbal salve recipes. Get the recipe here.

DIY Liquid Hand Soap for Eczema

This healthy holistic skin care recipe for a natural liquid soap recipe for eczema is a wonderful alternative to harsh commercial products. Crafted using natural Castile soap, moisturizing avocado oil and vitamin E, this natural skin care recipe for eczema also contains a blend of organic essential oils to promote healing. Get this simple holistic skin care recipe here.

Rose & Lavender Body Wash Recipe

This homemade rose and lavender body wash recipe is so simply to make that you won’t believe how luxurious it feels on skin! It even contains aloe vera gel for those summer days you may have spent too much time in the sun! Learn how to make it here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Vegan Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

This natural vegan solid lotion bar recipe is made with soothing oat butter, plantain infused olive oil and lavender essential oil. It’s the perfect treat for sunburned skin this summer. It also works wonders as a vegan friendly moisturizer DIY on dry or rough feet, hands and elbows! Discover this easy holistic skin care recipe here.

Holistic Cleansing Clay Beauty Bars

Two natural facial cleanser DIY’s. These homemade natural clay cleansing bar recipes are a soap free alternative to cleanse and care for your face naturally. Crafted with natural ingredients that are not only kind to skin but also help to prevent acne, these holistic skin care recipes for clay cleansing beauty bars are a great for sweaty or oily summer skin! Get the recipes here.

Natural Lavender & Chamomile Bath Bombs

These natural vegan bath bombs with lavender and chamomile are homemade using all natural vegan ingredients. These homemade bath bombs are perfect for a long relaxing soak in the tub! Get the recipe here.

Essential Oil Skin Care Recipes

Learn how to use essential oils for natural health and wellness with this collection of easy holistic beauty and natural essential oil skin care recipes! Get started using organic essential oils in your own homemade skin care products, plus learn more about the classic essential oils that you’ll use the most. Find four natural skin care recipes here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Coconut Milk Facial Cleanser Recipe

This natural vegan facial cleanser is both gentle on skin and easy to customize. Formulated with soothing chamomile, coconut milk and colloidal oatmeal, this easy holistic facial cleanser and scrub gently exfoliates with bamboo extract for a healthy looking complexion! Get the recipe here.

Holistic Beauty Recipes for Natural Face Masks

Learn how to craft two holistic DIY nutrient rich homemade clay face mask recipes with plant based ingredients like green tea, French green clay and honey powder! Put forward a fresh face and give your skin a healthy dose of nutrient rich, detoxifying face food! These all natural clay mask recipes are so easy to make. Made with natural skin care ingredients these homemade holistic face mask recipes are a must for healthy youthful skin! Get the recipes here.

Plant Based Holistic Calendula Salve Recipe

Use this simple natural herbal calendula balm recipe to help promote healing with the power of calendula when used on minor cuts, bruises & insect stings. This homemade holistic beauty and skin care salve also makes great gifts for the holidays for anyone interested in natural skin care products! Get the recipe here.

Cracked Heel Repair Balm Recipe

This homemade cracked heel repair balm contains all natural ingredients that help to heal and protect cracked heels and feet. Plus, it’s also great for hands, elbows, knees and lips – pretty much anywhere your skin needs some extra love! Learn to make it here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Holistic Rose Body Butter Recipe

Moisturize and promote healthy skin with this holistic homemade vegan rose body butter recipe. Crafted using only natural vegan ingredients, this homemade rose body butter soothes and moisturizes dry skin without feeling greasy. Organic frankincense essential oil further lends its holistic anti-aging properties and further promotes skin health. Find this simple holistic skin care recipe here.

Natural Callus Treatment Balm Recipe

Craft up your own batch of this holistic homemade callus treatment salve recipe to naturally promote foot health and banish tough calluses for good. A wonderful natural skin care product that you can make at home with plant-based, holistic beauty ingredients like turmeric, coconut oil and tea tree oil. Get the recipe here.

Dry Skin Salve Recipe with Baobab Oil

Give your skin the love and nourishment it’s craving with this natural holistic skin care recipe that’s perfect for both dry and maturing skin. Crafted using almost 50% baobab oil, this homemade salve is non-greasy. Plus the presence of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids in baobab oil add beneficial anti-inflammatory properties to this natural beauty recipe and help to promote soft healthy skin. Get the recipe here.

Magnesium & Arnica Body Butter Recipe with Essential Oils

This holistic homemade magnesium and arnica body butter recipe is scented with a delightful lavender and orange fragrance and is great for everyday aches, pains and bruises. Find this natural skin care recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

DIY Matcha Body Butter

This smooth and ultra creamy DIY matcha body butter is another wonderful, budget friendly holistic skin care recipe. A wonderful natural moisturizer, this holistic skin care recipe is made with natural antioxidant rich matcha green tea and is naturally with lavender essential oil to help soothe and comfort skin. Learn more about this easy holistic skin care recipe here.

Pedi Foot Scrub Recipe with Coconut Oil

This super exfoliating pedi foot scrub recipe with coconut oil will leave your feet feeling like you just had a professional spa pedicure! Made with all natural ingredients, this pedi foot scrub exfoliates with fine sea salt and pumice. It then hydrates skin with shea butter and coconut oil for softer, smoother feet with every use! Learn more about this recipe here.

Soothing Rosacea Cream Recipe

This all natural, holistic rosacea cream recipe with black cumin seed oil not only soothes and calms rosacea, but it is also effective at fighting acne, calming eczema, and diminishing scars, dark spots, and the signs of aging. Find the recipe here.

Baking Soda & Coconut Oil Face Scrub Recipe

Craft this easy holistic beauty recipe for your own baking soda and coconut oil face scrub! This natural skin care recipe helps to conquer blackheads and acne for clear, beautiful skin! Get the recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

DIY Rose Sugar Scrub

Exfoliate and moisturize your skin naturally with this holistic skin care recipe for crafting a simple homemade rose sugar scrub recipe. Naturally scented with rose absolute, this natural sugar scrub recipe also contains with dried rose petals and skin conditioning safflower oil. This easy four ingredient, lush DIY rose sugar scrub combines simple yet luxurious natural ingredients your skin will love! Find this easy holistic skin care recipe here.

DIY Shaving Cream with Witch Hazel Extract

This natural shaving cream recipe with witch hazel is perfect for anyone who suffers from sensitive or dry skin. Not only does this homemade holistic shaving cream help to prevent razor burn, the ultra rich formula also moisturizes and protects skin. While the addition of witch hazel works to soothe the irritation, damage and inflammation that often comes from frequent shaving. Get the recipe here.

Half and Half Milk Soap Recipe with Turmeric

Naturally colored with skin brightening turmeric, this homemade half and half milk soap recipe offers a plethora of holistic skin care benefits due to the additional fat content and the alpha hydroxy acids naturally present in milk. Learn to make it here.

Unscented Carrot Complexion Soap Recipe

This holistic homemade carrot complexion soap recipe is naturally crafted using a combination of gentle clays, carrot powder, tomato powder and activated charcoal. Suited for even sensitive skin, this tri-color carrot complexion soap recipe is perfect your face and is formulated to help keep your complexion both clean and acne free. Discover this homemade soap recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Natural Rose Body Balm Recipe with Tea Seed Oil

This simple holistic skin care recipe for a natural rose body balm is made using just three natural ingredients. Not only is this natural rose body balm incredibly luxurious, it’s also budget friendly! Crafted using natural tea seed oil, rose wax and shea butter, this homemade holistic rose body balm recipe is all natural and makes a lovely handmade gift for someone special in your life! Find the recipe here.

Chocolate Rose Body Cream Recipe with Coconut Oil

This natural chocolate rose body cream recipe with coconut oil is another easy holistic beauty recipe that you can make at home. Crafted using only natural ingredients, this holistic DIY body cream contains moisture intense coconut oil and a blend of cocoa absolute and rose essential oil. Not only does this natural skin care recipe smell amazing, it’s lush formula is deeply nourishing. Learn to make it here.

Natural Antifungal Foot Salve Recipe

Your skin is going to love this natural holistic home remedy for athlete’s foot, toenail fungus and candida with key ingredients like an antifungal essential oil, neem oil and coconut oil. This natural antifungal foot salve recipe is a great way to naturally promote skin health. Used daily it can help to treat fungal foot infections as well as prevent their reoccurrence. It also makes a great spot treatment for acne! Get the recipe here.

Natural Rosemary & Neem Oil Foot Salve Recipe

Treat your feet with this all natural rosemary & neem oil foot salve recipe. It’s perfect for dry and even cracked feet and helps to prevent fungal growth and infections caused by diabetes or ingrown toenails. This handy little homemade foot salve recipe is made using a calendula, comfrey and plantain infused herbal olive oil for one of the best holistic skin care recipes out there! Discover this recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

DIY Lavender Body Butter with Neem Oil

A wonderful holistic skin care recipe for eczema and dry skin, this natural lavender body butter is crafted using neem oil and organic lavender essential oil! Not only does this easy holistic beauty product offer amazing skin protection and moisturize skin, but it can also soothe shingles pain as well as improve common skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. Find this easy holistic skin care recipe here.

Sensitive Skin Deodorant Recipe with Natural Probiotics

You’re going to love this natural holistic deodorant recipe as part of your non-toxic, healthy natural skin care routine! Formulated for sensitive skin, this homemade magnesium & probiotic deodorant recipe is crafted using healthy natural probiotics and the mineral magnesium! Free of irritating baking soda, this all natural deodorant works hard at fighting odors without leaving you with an angry red rash. Learn to make it here.

After Sun Moisturizer Recipe

This holistic after sun skin care recipe with organic essential oils is a must for summer! A natural pain and burn relief remedy, this after sun moisturizer is made from natural skin nourishing oils, shea butter, organic essential oils and aloe vera gel to help soothe skin and promote healing. Get the recipe here.

Natural Burn Relief Spray Recipe with Essential Oils

This holistic natural burn relief spray recipe was created for a friend with breast cancer to help soothe the pain caused by radiation treatment and promote healing. However, you’ll find this homemade burn relief spray also works great on run of the mill sunburns. Discover this easy holistic beauty and skin care recipe here.

Easy Holistic Beauty & Skin Care Recipes That You Can Make at Home! You don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy luxury skin care and natural beauty products. Instead you can make your own DIY holistic skin care & beauty recipes at home! These natural skin care recipes work as well as big natural beauty industry products, but without the steep price tag.

Soothing Moisture Whip Recipe

This soothing moisture whip recipe is an absolute dream for dry, parched skin. Crafted using only natural ingredients, this ultra luxe holistic moisturizer has a fluffy, cloud like texture that melts instantly into skin when applied. Skin soothing butters, aloe vera and witch hazel extract offer rich moisture that promote skin health while a calming, organic essential oil blend lends its aromatherapeutic properties. Learn to make it here.

Lavender Mint Balm Recipe

This plant based, homemade natural lavender mint balm recipe with organic lavender essential oil is easy to make and is the perfect homemade gift idea for lavender lovers! Use this skin nourishing, holistic lavender salve on your hands, body and even lips to promote healing and moisturize skin! You can find this holistic skin care recipe here.

Rose Body Cream Recipe with Rosewater & Essential Oils

This holistic, plant based rose body cream recipe is perfect for nourishing and moisturizing dry skin. It soothes sunburns and also feels extra lush on freshly shaved legs! Naturally scented with rose and ylang ylang this holistic skin care recipe also contains natural aloe vera gel. Get the recipe here.

Homemade Rosewater Toner Recipe

Keep your skin balanced and beautiful with this easy natural homemade rosewater toner recipe. Crafted with witch hazel, rosewater and a blend of natural essential oils, this easy holistic beauty and skin care recipe keeps your complexion looking its best! Get the recipe here.

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