DIY Honey Body Wash
Hey guys, I’m back with another great beauty DIY just in time for mother’s day! This DIY Honey Body Wash is super moisturizing and luxurious without spending a fortune! What better way to spoil mom than to give her a homemade spa gift basket filled with ultra luxe homemade products that didn’t cost an arm and a leg! You can scroll down for more beauty DIY’s to fill her basket with.
You all know how much I enjoy making my own products, it’s so fun to make, and it’s also so thoughtful to gift a homemade gift. It shows that you took the time out of your day to show appreciation for them, the best part is-they don’t know it took less than 5 minutes to make! 😉
That’s right, 5 minutes for a homemade gift to spoil someone! We only need a few ingredients for this body wash, you can totally skip out on the essential oils if you don’t have any, but if you do, definitely add it. I chose citrus essential oils for this, it is so energizing and uplifting with the morning shower. We just need honey, castile soap, and Vitamin E oil. If you don’t have Vitamin E, you could substitute with Jojoba Oil or Sweet Almond Oil.
I have all the links provided below to the exact products I used.
Measure all your ingredients and carefully pour into a jar, I used a funnel for this step. Put the cap on your jar and gently shake to mix up all your ingredients. You could also use scented castile soap if you don’t have any essential oils on hand. I used an empty Starbucks jar for this! Wash out your jar really well, and let that fully dry, you do not want water in the jar because it can grow mold. To dry out the jar really well, I used a baby bottle brush wrapped in paper towels to make sure it was really dry.
I used these waterproof chalkboard labels that I found on Amazon with these chalk markers. I love these chalk markers because they do wipe off very easily, and they also come with the labels. Adhere your label onto your jar. For the cap, I used these round stickers to cover the Starbucks logo.
For other beauty DIY’s to fill your basket with, read here: DIY Himalayan Sea Salt Scrub, here: Homemade Organic Lip Balm,here: DIY Rose Oil, here: DIY Essential Oil Perfume, here: DIY Rose Petal Bath Soak, and here: DIY 3 Ingredients Lotion Bars.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mama’s out there, you’re doing a fantastic job!
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