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DIY All-Natural Face Wash Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect for those with sensitive or problem skin, dry or oily. The recipe comes straight from my eBook.

Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect …

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How Do I Make Homemade Hot Tiger Balm? Hot Tiger Balm: 1 oz beeswax; 1/4 c almond/coconut or olive oil; 10 drops camphor eo; 9 drops peppermint eo; 7 drops eucalyptus eo, 5 drops clove el 5 drops cinnamon eo. Combine beeswax & almond oil in double boiler on low until melted, pour into glass container. Add essential oils and stir. Close lid tightly, let cool and thicken before using. Found on ehow.com

Hot Tiger Balm: 1 oz beeswax; 1/4 c almond/coconut or olive oil; 10 drops camphor eo; 9 drops peppermint eo; 7 drops eucalyptus eo, 5 drops clove el 5 drops cinnamon eo. Combine beeswax & almond oil in double boiler on low until melted, pour into glass container. Add essential …

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DIY All-Natural Face Wash Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect for those with sensitive or problem skin, dry or oily. The recipe comes straight from my eBook.

Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect …

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DIY All-Natural Face Wash Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect for those with sensitive or problem skin, dry or oily. The recipe comes straight from my eBook.

Make your own 100% natural face wash! This face wash is pretty fantastic and, unlike big-brand cleansers, it contains no harsh surfactants, so it doesn't strip away our skin's natural oil. Rather, the jojoba oil and castile soap combine to gently remove dirt without drying out your face. It's perfect …

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My Favorite 22 Melt and Pour Soap DIYs from truebluemeandyou. 2015 Spa Gift Guid… My Favorite 22 Melt and Pour Soap DIYs from truebluemeandyou. 2015 Spa Gift Guide Part 1. Why Melt and Pour Soap? It makes soap making quick and easy, so everyone can make soap that looks like it came from a boutique. You can combine DIY Boutique Soaps with sugar scrubs, candles and homemade beauty products for a wonderful spa gift. Check back for more Beauty Roundups.For more DIY beauty and spa recipes including roundups from 2012, 2013 and 2014 go here.Left to Right Below:  DIY 3 Ingredien…

My Favorite 22 Melt and Pour Soap DIYs from truebluemeandyou. 2015 Spa Gift Guide Part 1. Why Melt and Pour Soap? It makes soap making quick and easy, so everyone can make soap that looks like it came from a boutique. You can combine DIY Boutique Soaps with sugar scrubs, candles and …

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ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the… ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the distilled water in a ceramic or glass cup that is microwave safe. Slowly add in the lye, mixing gently. Mix with a metal utensil and set aside.Step 2: Melt the butter and add the oilsMelt the cocoa butter over very low heat until it turns to liquid. Transfer the melted butter to a large ceramic or glass bowl. Stir in the extra virgin olive oil and grapeseed oil. Mix gently.

ACTIVATED CHARCOAL SOAP Making the Soap Step 1: Combine the water and lyeAdd the distilled water in a ceramic or glass cup that is microwave safe. Slowly add in the lye, mixing gently. Mix with a metal utensil and set aside.Step 2: Melt the butter and add the oilsMelt the …

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