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Lemon and Lavender Lotion Bar Recipe

Rosanne Bostonian / Young Living

· Rosanne Bostonian,Young Living,Lavender,lemon oil,Essential Oils
Lavender and Lemon Lotion Bar Recipe

Give your skin some much-deserved love! Not your average moisturizer, this DIY lotion bar uses the warmth of your body to melt natural emollients and essential oils into the skin to smooth, moisturize and hydrate dry hands, heels, elbows, and more.

With a rich base of coconut oil, beeswax, and shea butter, this homemade lotion bar recipe has a smooth and rich consistency. We honestly can’t get enough of the clean and fresh lavender-lemon combo we tried, but feel free to get inspired and create your own essential oil blend!

Bonus Tip: If you want to create an exfoliating texture, we recommend adding in some citrus zest, oatmeal, or dried lavender. Have fun experimenting!

Ingredients


½ cup extra-virgin coconut oil

½ cup beeswax
¼ cup shea butter
¼ cup cocoa butter

15–20 drops essential oil of your choice (10 drops of Lavender and 10 drops of Lemon)

Optional: dried lavender and lemon zest for exfoliation

Materials


16-ounce measuring cup
Medium-sized saucepan
Silicone molds or muffin tin

Directions


Combine coconut oil, beeswax, shea butter, and cocoa butter in a 16-ounce glass measuring cup.
Place in a pot with water that rises to halfway up the measuring cup
Bring water to a boil, stirring frequently until ingredients are completely melted.
Remove measuring cup from the pot.
Add dried lavender and lemon zest, if desired.
Add essential oils and stir until completely combined.
Immediately pour into molds.
 

Let sit overnight. Once cooled, remove the lotion from the molds. Store in a cool, dry place

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