This Essential Oils Soft Skin Coconut Oil Bath Melts Project is a simple step by step detailed of tutorial that combines nourshing ingredients to moisturize dry skin.
They are inexpensive to make, relaxing to use and an absolute must to add to your natural beauty rountine. Plus you may want to add this project to your homemade holiday gift list of projects to make for family and friends.
Taking a hot bath after a hectic day is an ideal way to relax. Though it calms the nerves and soothes aching muscles, the chroline in the water supply can dry the skin. Applying coconut oil to the skin after a hot bath can help moisturize it. However, you will use more oil than when you add coconut oil bath melts. The homemade organic bath melts have antiseptic properties. They can nourish your skin and are safe to use on any part body.
These organic products can nourish and moisturize the hair. Besides keeping your hair and scalp healthy, they can make your face to glow. They don’t block the hair pores on the face. A mixture of coconut oil and essential oils will give you quality bath melts. You can add a mix different blend citrus rinds (dried lemon, limes and grapefruit shredded rinds), dried flower petals and grasses to make the melts more colorful, if you choose.
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Slowly melt the coconut oil in double boiler on your stovetop and mix it with the esentail oils. Spoon the mixture into a silicone ice cube mold. Refrigerate until the cubes solidify. Pop out a cube of the bath melts and drop it in your hot bath to revitalize your skin.
Slowly melt the coconut oil in a double boiler and mix it with the esentail oils. Spoon the mixture into a silicone ice cube mold. Refrigerate until the cubes solidify. Pop out a cube of the bath melts and drop it in your hot bath to revitalize your skin.
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