This luxurious chocolate and rose DIY tub tea contains all-natural ingredients that are soothing to your skin and to your senses! Organic rose petals, cacao tea and cacao absolute combine to give this recipe its lovely, romantic fragrance. This tub tea creates a delicious, invigorating bath experience that promotes relaxation, improves circulation and softens the skin.
Capture the romantic scent of roses and chocolate in a bottle with this non-toxic and all-natural homemade room spray! Your entire home will be filled with the delicious, fragrant aroma of dark chocolate and fresh roses. Best of all, you’ll avoid the chemicals that are found in most store bought room sprays.
Roses and chocolate may be a cliché Valentine’s Day combination, but you can’t deny that their aromas blend exceptionally well together. So well, in fact, that we can’t believe this exact DIY room spray recipe hasn’t been done before!
These natural DIY stocking stuffers are sure to delight any beauty lover on your list!
Stocking stuffers can be a lot of fun to buy. But after you’ve bought the obligatory candy and usual stocking stuffer suspects, sometimes it’s just a little more personal to add the simplicity of a handmade gift to your stockings.
And since you can fit so many little items in a Christmas stocking, you can easily combine both store-bought and handmade gifts. So I compiled some of the prettiest DIY natural beauty stocking stuffers I could find. All of these recipes are all-natural and toxin-free, so you can be assured that you’re giving your loved one a safe handmade gift.
Make an ultra-moisturizing whipped DIY body butter with the delicious scent of peppermint and hot cocoa. This all-natural recipe contains no artificial fragrances or dyes and is safely scented with essential oils. It’s beautiful, rich colour comes from the addition of cocoa butter and exotic bacuri butter, both of which are very emollient and therefore ideal for dry or mature skin.
This simple beginner soap recipe from guest blogger, Rebecca D. Dillon of Soap Deli News, is perfect for seasonal handmade gifts. Formulated using just four natural carrier oils, this homemade soap recipe is wonderful for all skin types, including sensitive skin.
It’s amazing how fast the holiday season can sneak up on you. Between work, kids and just day to day activities our lives can be chaotic. So when you suddenly realize December is right around the corner, it can feel overwhelming trying to manage all of the extra tasks that come with the season. Holiday gifts, however, don’t have to be a challenge. With soapmaking, all you need is an hour or two to create seasonal handmade gifts for your friends and family. It’s also a great way to naturally care for your skin throughout winter.
Not only does this DIY micellar water remove makeup, but it also cleanses, tones, and hydrates your skin — all in one step! This natural makeup remover contains real micelles that attract and remove dirt, makeup and sebum. Meanwhile, organic witch hazel extract calms and clarifies the complexion. Read on for my simple recipe and to find out how to make your own micellar cleansing water at home.
Learn to make all-natural DIY cola bath bombs that smell just like soda! This recipe uses a combination of essential oils to create an authentic cola scent. No synthetic fragrance oils necessary. Kids and adults alike will love these DIY cola bath bombs.
These sweet, fragrant DIY cola bath bombs are fizzy, just like real cola! Yes, we are a natural blog and believe it or not, this is a natural recipe. There are absolutely no synthetic fragrance oils or artificial dyes in these bath bombs.
Learn how to make homemade liquid hand soap from bar soap with this easy, money-saving DIY liquid hand soap recipe. This all-natural hand soap is made with glycerin and inexpensive bar soap. A blend of natural essential oils gives it a sweet and spicy mulled cider scent that’s perfect for fall. Read on to find out how to make your own DIY liquid hand soap at home.
This pink lemonade-scented DIY tub tea contains all-natural ingredients that are beneficial to your skin, including hibiscus, epsom salt and Himalayan pink salt. It’s the combination and aroma of dried lemon peel, hibiscus, and essential oils that gives this soothing tub tea its unique pink lemonade scent.
Bath bombs are great and all (after all, we have a recipe for our very own rose vanilla bath bombs), but tub tea is a lot simpler to make. In fact, you can make this recipe in a few minutes flat, and there are no messy petals to clean from the tub after your bath. This makes this DIY tub tea perfect for those times when you want a little bathing luxury, but don’t have the time or inclination to whip up a batch of bath bombs.
This graphic DIY art print was inspired by mudcloth.
Mudcloth, if you’re not acquainted with this gorgeous textile, is a thick fabric which is made by sewing together narrow strips of handwoven cotton. The cotton fabric is then painted with aged and fermented mud or natural dyes.
Mudcloth originated in West Africa, specifically in the Malian region. It is often seen in home decor as a dark toned fabric ordained with a white geometric pattern consisting of bold yet simple dots and lines, or as an ivory toned fabric with black geometric dots and lines. Malian fashion designer Chris Seydou has been credited with introducing mudcloth to a global audience.