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How To: Do It Yourself (DIY) Body Oils for Toning, Moisturizing & Soothing Skin

Hey Sistas! In this video, I show you how to make Do It Yourself (DIY) bath & body oils. This is perfect for those who love creating their own skin & hair care products. You have the option to make three different mixes that all serve a specific purpose. The “Toning Body Oil” will help rejuvenate your skin and its elasticity, as well as reduce the appearance of scarring, stretch marks and wrinkles. It also absorbs well into the skin, leaving it soft and hydrated without it being oily. The “Moisturizing Body Oil” will not only moisturize dry skin, but it will also aid in balancing your natural skin oils, reduce pores and put you in a calm state of mind. The “Soothing Body Oil” helps to sooth any muscle aches and cramps and also carries the benefit of moisturizing and rejuvenating the skin. There are so many natural and essential carrier oils that aid in skin care, so I recommend you do your research and adjust according to your own needs. Lets get started!

Products Needed:

  • 3 4oz Glass Bottles
  • Small Treasure Box (Optional: You just need a cool place to store your oils. Under the bathroom cabinet will work just fine

Toning Body Oil

  • 100 ml Apricot Oil
  • 20 ml Sweet Almond Oil
  • 5 ml Rosehip Oil
  • 15 drops of Vitamin E
  • 5 drops of Lavender Oil
  • 5 ml Rosehip Oil

Moisturizing Body Oil

  • 100 ml Grapeseed Oil
  • 10 ml Argan Oil
  • 15 drops of Vitamin E
  • 5 drops of Ylang Ylang

Soothing Body Oil

  • 100 ml Jojoba Oil
  • 20 ml Sweet Almond Oil
  • 15 drops of Vitamin E
  • 6 drops of Rosemary Oil

The Process:

Step 1: Mix all of the ingredients for the “Toning Body Oil” and pour it in one of your 4 oz glass bottles
Step 2: Mix all of the ingredients for the “Moisturizing Body Oil” and pour it in one of your 4 oz glass bottles
Step 3: Mix all of the ingredients for the “Soothing Body Oil” and pour it in one of your 4 oz glass bottles
Step 4: Store the oils in cool place where the temperature isn’t subject to change

That’s it! Let me know if you end up making any of these oils in the comments or in The Sistahood Forum! And subscribe to our YouTube channel to view more videos and stay updated on new uploads!

XOXO,
Carmen

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Written by Carmen

Carmen is the baby sister in the trio. Shes loves fitness, makeup, and Hello Kitty. She's also a personal trainer, so when she's not online, you can usually find her at the gym.

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  1. I enjoy the DIYs very much. Im always making my own concoctions to figure out what works best for my hair and skin.

    I’d love to see a DIY for a facial toner for acne prone/oily skin if you guys have any ideas.

  2. After 30’s our skin needs care. At that stage our skin is demanding more from us. To maintain that we require to use essential oil in that case. Try to make your habit to wash your wash with tea tree oil soap at night. It as good results for skin problems.

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