Monday, October 8, 2012

Home Made Lavender Body Oil

Simple Lavender Body Oil


1 cup oil (Use Grapeseed, safflower or sweet almond oil) Note: It is nice to use a variety of oils to make up the 1 cup. Such as 2/3 cup grapeseed and 1/3 cup safflower. If you have wheat germ oil on hand it is a lovely addition, too. But it does go rancid faster than other oils, so be aware that the shelf life will be shorter.

2/3cup Grapeseed and 1/3 cup wheat germ oil makes a lovely combination (and is recommended in the original recipe)

. 6 drops lavender essential oil

 Scant 1/8 tsp Vitamin E oil (or 10 drops)


 Pour all ingredients into a bottle, cap and shake to blend. Makes about 8 ounces. The bottle pictured above is only 4 ounces, so I halved the recipe. If making a larger batch or dividing between smaller bottles, figure the amount needed for each bottle before beginning. It is easier to blend the ingredients in the bottle rather than in a cup and then pouring in. This is because the oils may not stay evenly mixed and one bottle would end up with lots of lavender while the other has almost none.
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