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DIY Skin Moisturizer

Okay, so some of you may not know exactly how easy it is to make your own skin and hair care products. Now we'd love if you bought ours, no 🧢! But we want you to be able to do on your own as well for those times when you just ain't got it like that to buy it or you just want to try it out on your own. Times are hard for everybody, trust. So it's nice to have the knowledge to save money anywhere we can.

Plus, if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, if you teach him to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. We're tryin to make sure we're all healthy and living our best lives, literally! Okay, enough chit chattin' here's the recipe below to make your own skin moisturizer with ingredients your bound to have at home already! Thank me later 😉


Ingredients for a simple version of our Body Soufle:

- 1/4 cup of Shea butter

- 1/8 cup of Jojoba oil

- 10 drops of Lavender essential oil

- 5 drops of Vitamin E oil


1. Begin by setting up a double boiler. This can be done by filling a pot with a few inches of water and placing a heat-safe bowl on top. The steam from the boiling water will gently heat the bowl.

2. In the bowl, combine the Shea butter and Jojoba oil. These ingredients are perfect for a skin moisturizer. Shea butter is known for its hydrating properties and Jojoba oil closely resembles the natural oils in our skin,

3. Heat the mixture on medium heat until the Shea butter has completely melted. Stir occasionally to ensure the ingredients combine smoothly.

4. Once the mixture is liquid, remove the bowl from the heat. Allow it to cool slightly, but not solidify.

5. Add the Lavender essential oil and Vitamin E oil to the cooled mixture. Both these oils are not only nourishing for the skin but also provide a soothing scent.

6. Stir the mixture until all the ingredients are well combined.

7. Pour the mixture into a clean, dry container and let it cool. As it cools, it will solidify into a creamy moisturizer.

8. To use, simply scoop out a small amount of the moisturizer with clean, dry hands and apply it to your skin. A little goes a long way!

This DIY natural skin moisturizer is not only easy to make but is also free from harmful chemicals and preservatives present in store-bought moisturizers. Enjoy the process of creating your own skincare product and reap the benefits of natural ingredients!

Please note: Always do a patch test on your skin before applying any new products, to ensure you do not have any adverse reactions. If you are pregnant or have any health concerns, consult with a health professional before using essential oils.

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Until next time Fam!

Keep Dreaming and Always Redefine Your Beauty, Naturally!

Dream Writer❤️


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