DIY Hair Oil

I love this oil, I use it after I wash my hair for frizz control, shine booster, and a leave-in conditioner. It is very quick and easy to whip up. For the bottle, I just recycled an old essential oil bottle, but you can buy bottles here. This oil is very nourishing, and is great for all…

DIY Lip Balm

Here is a recipe for lip balm from Wellness Mama (here is her site). I love this lip balm. It is simple, effective, and it smells great, too. It is not to oily, and leaves a nice tingling sensation on your lips. Here is a link to the recipe: DIY Lip Balm at Wellness Mama  

DIY Fizzy Bath Bombs

This is such a fun project! This recipe is different, because it uses oil for the liquid instead of water or witch hazel. When you use water or witch hazel, it makes them tricky to make, because you have to get the amount just right. The oil is much easier to use. You could add a colorant…

DIY Face Mask

Face masks are very simple to make, and have some great benefits. They pull toxins from your body, are a great acne remedy, and absorb excess oil. This one is made with either Bentonite clay or French Green clay. You can get both here. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend using Bentonite clay, as it…

DIY Herbal Salve

Here’s a great use for your herbal infused oil! It has the same benefits of the infused oil, but in a much more convenient form. I use this salve for pretty much everything from bumps and bruises, scrapes and scratches, and it eases the itching of eczema. I get my tins here, but I have also…

DIY Herbal Infused Oil

This oil has a variety of uses, including lip balm, salve, and many others (recipes coming soon!) . You can use pretty much use any herb you want, but a good one to start with is Calendula. If you don’t have any growing in your yard, you can buy it HERE.  There are two methods for making this oil,…

DIY Bath Salts

Bath salts are one the easiest DIY herbal products you can make. They only take three ingredients, and that is including the optional ingredient!  What essential oil you use is up to you, but here are some suggestions: Rosemary: This herb is one of my favorites! It is invigorating, anti depressant(great for those cold, dark winter…