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Buying Recipe Ingredients

Mountain Rose Herbs is my favorite supplier.

Here's some quick links for buying this recipe's ingredients.

Sweet almond oil

Palmarosa

Rose

Chamomile

Lavender

Glass jars


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Lip balm & lip gloss recipes.

Hair care: shampoo to hot oil

Body scrubs, lotions & deodorants

Bath salts, oils, herbal baths

Women: pregnancy to menopause

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Homemade Body Scrub Recipe

Make your own body scrub with oats, yogurt and honey to nourish and soothe sensitive & problem skin

Remove dry, flaky skin with this gentle, soothing homemade body scrub recipe.

Oatmeal, yogurt and wheat bran nourish as they exfoliate, while lavender, chamomile and rose calm irritation. Honey attracts moisture to the skin and also acts as an anti-irritant and general healer.

Especially good for sensitive, irritated or problem skin.

This oatmeal body scrub takes two steps: you pre-mix and store the grains and essential oils, then add the yogurt, honey and oil at the last minute.

Homemade Body Scrub Recipe

Ingredients

1/4 cup (30g) Rolled Oats, ground fine

1/4 cup (15g) Wheat Bran

1 tablespoon (15ml) Sweet Almond oil

1 tablespoon (15ml) Honey

1/2 cup (125ml) full fat Yogurt

8 drops Lavender essential oil

3 drops Palmarosa essential oil

2 drops Rose essential oil

2 drops Chamomile essential oil

Recipes for Other Skin Types

Normal Skin
Brown Sugar Body Scrub

Dry, Mature Skin
Oatmeal Body Scrub

Acne &Oily Skin
Citrus-Peppermint Salt Scrub

Directions

  1. Grind the oats to a fine texture using a coffee grinder. (Make sure it's well cleaned first so your homemade body scrub doesn't end up smelling like coffee.)
  2. Using a metal spoon, stir the oats and wheat bran together in a glass or ceramic bowl (or even the jar you intend to keep it in - remember to use dark glass or PET plastic.)
  3. Drop in the essential oils, placing each drop in its own little spot on top of the oatmeal body scrub mixture. Stir until thoroughly mixed. Store in a cool, dark location until you're ready to give yourself a body scrub treatment.
  4. When you're ready to use your home made body scrub, stir together the yogurt, honey and sweet almond oil in a medium-sized bowl. Add all of the oatmeal mixture and stir well to combine.
  5. To use, take a quick, warm shower to wet your skin. Standing in the bathtub, massage the homemade body scrub into your skin using gentle circular motions until your skin is rosy from the increased circulation.
  6. Rinse off under the shower, towel dry and moisturize.

Cautions:

If you're allergic to ragweed, replace the chamomile essential oil with 3 drops lavender.

Do not use aromatherapy bodyscrub recipes on broken or very irritated skin, and avoid your face and genitals.

Buying Homemade Body Scrub Ingredients

You'll find oats, honey, yogurt and wheat bran at your local supermarket.

I recommend Mountain Rose Herbs for other ingredients. Here's some quick links to the stuff you'll need for this homemade body scrub recipe.

I found a lovely company called Just Natural Organic Care that makes organic skin care products, including a nice line of face and body scrubs. Check these out...

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While not strictly aromatherapy, these recipes follow the same healthy, natural principles.

Here's a snippet of what Sue Dolan (author) says: "When you do find a good skin care product it's the natural ingredients that do the work, not the fillers or chemical additives. They don't need to cost us 20 times more than they should."

I love that her recipes use natural, inexpensive ingredients that are safe enough to eat. In fact, many of the ingredients are in your kitchen right now.

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135 most popular skincare recipes

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What Next?

Here's a few more healing body scrub recipes, including a yummy-sweet brown sugar scrub...Mmmmm!

Citrus-Peppermint Salt Scrub

Brown Sugar Body Scrub

Oatmeal Body Scrub

Body Scrub Recipes Main Page

Facial Scrub Recipes

Foot Scrub Recipes

Aromatherapy Recipes Homepage from Homemade Body Scrub

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