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Pampering yourself doesn't have to mean splurging on expensive products laced with chemicals. You can enjoy the relaxing, skin-saving benefits of our affordable personal care recipes at home.
Skin types aren't universal, and our homemade personal care recipes reflect a diverse range of needs. Create daily skincare routines for dry winter faces, or emergency treatments for teenage, breakout-prone skin. Luxuriate in relaxing baths and spoil yourself with natural manicures and pedicures. Make your own aluminum-free deodorants and stay cool with hydrating summer mists.
Explore our homemade personal care recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Make this simple shampoo recipe at home! It has a citrus kick that will make your showers sweet and energizing!
Make your own magnesium oil at home using the more economical magnesium flakes, for a comparable product that provides all the magnesium you need!
Charcoal and Fuller’s Earth clay are both renowned home remedies for bug bites, bee stings and splinters. This recipe combines the two ingredients with the healing properties of calendula oil for a concentrated and effective drawing salve.
Exfoliate your skin with this simple, homemade body scrub. With only three ingredients, this recipe is easy to make and share with your friends and family!
This herbal burn salve is soothing and mild, good for kids and adults!
Natural ingredients are good for baby’s skin and for cloth diapers!
A little bit of this brightening cream goes a long way to help draw attention to your eyes and facial structure, especially at the cheek and brow bones. With vitamin E and rosehip seed oil, this cream is beneficial for your skin as well.
This is a body dusting powder without talc and fragrances that can be found in commercial powders.
This conditioner can easily be made from things you already have in your pantry. Coconut milk, honey, and jojoba oil are treats for your hair.
The intense and floral aroma of ylang ylang essential oil make this lotion perfect for your feet! With only 4 ingredients, this recipe is easy to whip together! The added shea butter and magnesium oil make it an extra soothing treat to rough or cracked feet.
Inexpensive and non-toxic, this recipe is a great alternative to store bought face paint. Using pigment powders allows you to create a wide variety of vibrant, custom colors for Halloween, birthday parties or other special occasions!
Massage therapists often keep several different massage oils on hand for various complaints and personal scent preferences. This recipe is enough for one full body massage. Make up a custom blend on the spot, or increase the amount of favorite blends to have on hand.