A DIY Guide to Therapeutic Body and Skin Care Recipes

Homemade Body Lotions, Skin Creams, Whipped Butters, and Herbal Balms and Salves

A DIY Guide to Therapeutic Body and Skin Care Recipes

Make these easy DIY therapeutic skin care beauty recipes using essential oils for body lotion, skin cream, whipped butters, and herbal balms and salves. Practice the Art of the Bath Perhaps, after relaxing in the bath and taking in all the benefits gained from a refreshing Art of the Bath ritual, you feel as though you are finished. Why wouldn't you? Maybe you spent some time first giving yourself a self-massage with one of those custom blended massage oils you created. You have probably spent leisurely time luxuriating in a warm bath with your choice of bath enhancements such as bath salts, bombs, or melts. You may be feeling good, but you're not finished. "A DIY Guide to Therapeutic Body and Skin Care Recipes: Homemade Body Lotions, Skin Creams, Gels, Whipped Butters, Herbal Balms, and Salves" is the third book in Alynda Carroll's Art of the Bath series. Many folks find relief for many skin problems through the use of essential oils. This is a a collection of recipes that will help hydrate, soften, and restore the skin. The best time to use them is right after a bath when your body is most receptive. You'll find lotions, creams, gels, butters, salves, and balms that not only hydrate but also heal the skin. Why not extend that bath into a wonderful and rejuvenating spa-like experience? What's inside? You'll find recipes like a lemon lift body lotion, a firming neck gel made from apples, lip balm, handy herb-based salves for wounds and skin problems, even a lip balm and, of course, more. Scroll up and buy this book -- be sure and get your bonus report: "Learn the Art of Self-Massage," too.

Therapeutic Body and Skin care Recipes

A DIY Guide For Homemade Baths Products, Body Lotions, Whipped Butters, Skin Creams, Herbal Salves, Balms And Lots More

Therapeutic Body and Skin care Recipes

Give Your Body The Luxury It Deserves! Create Your Own Skin And Body Care Therapeutic Products Using Natural Ingredients! Cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies aren’t helping matters. Every year, they produce a staggering range of beauty products in a bid to provide their teeming consumers with baby-smooth soft skin. Sadly, in their zeal, they include unnatural ingredients in their expensive products, leaving consumers to destructive side effects. The best way out is to create your own products, making use of this DIY guide that contains valuable recipes to soften, hydrate and rejuvenate the skin. In it, you will find creams, lotions, gels, salves, balms, bath recipes, cleansers, masks and butters that will hydrate and heal the skin. You will learn how utilizing a blend of ingredients, including essential oils can provide relief from several skin problems. There are also rich notes describing the therapeutic benefits of every recipe to the body. Some of contents in this book are: Various Detox Bath Blends Homemade lotions: • Scar Diminishing Lotion Recipe • Moisturizing Suntan Lotion Herbal Salve Recipes Skin Cream Recipes: • Homemade Transdermal Detox Cream • Green Tea Face Cream Balm Recipes: • All-Round Healing Balm • Super-Hot Tiger Balm Gel Recipes: • Simple DIY Aloe Vera Gel • Invigorating Neck Gel And A Whole Lot More Scroll up, buy this book and begin to experience a healthy and glowing skin!

Organic Body Care Recipes

175 Homeade Herbal Formulas for Glowing Skin & a Vibrant Self

Organic Body Care Recipes

Discover the joys of all-natural body care. Stephanie Tourles shows you how to use fruit, flowers, herbs, and minerals to craft healthy products that promote radiant skin, strong nails, shiny hair, and an elevated mood. Pamper yourself from head to toe with products like Strawberry Cleanser, Pineapple Sunflower Scrub, and Almond Rose Body Lotion. Gentle on your skin and free of harsh chemicals found in commercial products, you’ll want to indulge yourself over and over with these luxuriously aromatic bath blends, face masks, and body scrubs.

Bath and Body Care Recipes for Men

Bath and Body Care Recipes for Men

Every man needs products to help him take care of his hair and skin. Inside Bath and Body Care Recipes For Men you will find soap making recipes as well as recipes for natural deodorants, foot care products, hair care products and scents, all designed for men. Part I of this book discusses the basics of creating bath and body care products for men. In this section you'll learn about ingredients, safety and tools. Part II contains recipes for hair care products, shaving preparations, skin care products, foot care products, and colognes, all for men. Part III contains gift ideas, supplier information and a recipe index.

100 Organic Skincare Recipes

Make Your Own Fresh and Fabulous Organic Beauty Products

100 Organic Skincare Recipes

Presents skin-care recipes which use oils, herbs, and other organic ingredients to make cleansing scrubs, body butter, facial masks, infusions, bath salts, and spa treatments.

Homemade Skin Care

A Beginners Guide to Natural and Healthy Homemade Beauty Products and Skin Care Recipes with Organic Ingredients. Discover the Secrets for a Better Face Care and a Healthy Skin

Homemade Skin Care

Are you looking for a way for taking care of your skin? Then keep reading...Every day we use the word "Skincare", but are you really using it as it is intended? Caring for your skin takes more than just applying multiple layers of products. It's not "care" when you are putting harmful chemicals on your skin. I am sure that most of the consumers are just unaware of the dangers or even the existence of these components and you could be one of them. You can still change that! Of all the products you've used, have you taken a second look at the packaging? If not, then this is the day to start. Do not mislead yourself in the world of skincare. Do you want to break free from the negative effects of these chemicals? If you are here to give your skin that tender loving care it truly deserves, then read on! This book covers the following topics: The Business of Skin Caring for Your Skin DIY Skincare Products DIY Skincare Ingredients Facial Skincare Recipes Body skincare DIY Bath Therapy Products Herbal Salve Recipes Shower Gel Recipes Skin Cream Recipes Body Butter & Lotion Recipes Hair Care Hair Care Recipes Makeup Recipes ...And much more! Before we get ahead of ourselves, let's consider for a moment precisely what we mean by the term "organic skincare." By "organic," what we really mean is "without using artificial products." The term organic can be explained as "relating to or derived from living matter." That doesn't mean that the ingredients are necessarily alive but means that they must be natural and "related" to living things. The fewer steps the product had to go through before it was packaged, the more "organic" we consider it to be. How does this relate to skincare? Organic skincare means to let your skin heal and improve without resorting to the use of chemicals, compounds, and other unnatural substances. Why you ask? One of the biggest and best reasons to go organic, is that nonorganic products designed for health and beauty will very often include synthetic products that can actually be harmful. The golden rule to remember here is that anything that comes into contact with your skin, or anything that you inhale, will eventually enter your blood stream. If you wouldn't feel comfortable eating it, then don't rub it on your body or spread it around your house! Instead of burning away the top layer of oil for instance and potentially destroying your natural skin barrier, an organic product would use substances that help to health the hormone balance of the skin to naturally fix those oil levels. Which sounds like it would get better long-term results? Instead of ordering products that have been mass produced at a factory that billows smoke into the air, you'll be using products made from natural ingredients you can find around your home. Many of these you don't even need to buy - you can just make them yourself! If you are ready to take the path to becoming kinder to the environment, your wallet and most importantly, yourself, then click that button and

Skin Care Recipes

A Beginner's Guide to Healthy Homemade Beauty Products and Skin Care Recipes with Organic Ingredients. Discover the Secrets of Natural Beauty

Skin Care Recipes

Are you here to give your skin that tender loving care it truly deserves? Do you want to break free from the harmful effects of the chemicals? Then keep reading... Every day we use the word "Skincare", but are you really using it as it is intended? Caring for your skin takes more than just applying multiple layers of products. It's not "care" when you are putting harmful chemicals on your skin. I am sure that most of the consumers are just unaware of the dangers or even the existence of these components and you could be one of them. You can still change that! Of all the products you've used, have you taken a second look at the packaging? If not, then this is the day to start. Do not mislead yourself in the world of skincare! Let's consider for a moment precisely what we mean by the term "organic skincare." By "organic," what we really mean is "without using artificial products." The term organic can be explained as "relating to or derived from living matter." That doesn't mean that the ingredients are necessarily alive but means that they must be natural and "related" to living things. The fewer steps the product had to go through before it was packaged, the more "organic" we consider it to be. How does this relate to skincare? Organic skincare means to let your skin heal and improve without resorting to the use of chemicals, compounds, and other unnatural substances. The golden rule to remember here is that anything that comes into contact with your skin, or anything that you inhale, will eventually enter your blood stream. If you wouldn't feel comfortable eating it, then don't rub it on your body or spread it around your house! The goal of this book is simple: Teaching you all the secrets for having a shiny and soothing skin with organic products prepared at home. In the Skin Care Recipes book, you will learn about: The anatomy of the skin, the different layers that compose it and everything that you need to know before preparing natural products for it How to easily produce the best DIY Skincare Products for any type of skin, with simple and effective recipes to follow step by step More than 100 Organic Recipes including: Facial Skincare & Cream recipes Body Butter & Lotion recipes Herbal Salve recipes Shower Gel recipes Hair Care recipes Makeup recipes What is Bath Therapy and how to produce at home all the needed products for it And Much More! Where most books only focus in facial skin care, this book goes further and gives you additional types of recipes including hair, body and make up. With more than 100 organic recipes you will discover all the secrets for a soothing and healthy skin. Instead of ordering products that have been mass produced at a factory that billows smoke into the air, you'll be using products made from natural ingredients you can find around your home. Many of these you don't even need to buy - you can just make them yourself! And this book takes the time to reveal how! If you are ready to take the path to becoming kinder to the environment, your wallet and most importantly, yourself, then click the BUY NOW button and start your journey to a healthy skin!

Homemade Skincare

A Beginner's Guide to Natural and Healthy Homemade Beauty Products and Skin Care Recipes for a Natural Beauty with Organic Ingredients. Discover the Secrets for a Better Face Care and a Healthy Skin

Homemade Skincare

Are you looking for a way for taking care of your skin? Then keep reading... Every day we use the word "Skincare", but are you really using it as it is intended? Caring for your skin takes more than just applying multiple layers of products. It's not "care" when you are putting harmful chemicals on your skin. I am sure that most of the consumers are just unaware of the dangers or even the existence of these components and you could be one of them. You can still change that! Of all the products you've used, have you taken a second look at the packaging? If not, then this is the day to start. Do not mislead yourself in the world of skincare. Do you want to break free from the negative effects of these chemicals? If you are here to give your skin that tender loving care it truly deserves, then read on! This book covers the following topics: The Business of Skin Caring for Your Skin DIY Skincare Products DIY Skincare Ingredients Facial Skincare Recipes Body skincare DIY Bath Therapy Products Herbal Salve Recipes Shower Gel Recipes Skin Cream Recipes Body Butter & Lotion Recipes Hair Care Hair Care Recipes Makeup Recipes ...And much more! Before we get ahead of ourselves, let's consider for a moment precisely what we mean by the term "organic skincare." By "organic," what we really mean is "without using artificial products." The term organic can be explained as "relating to or derived from living matter." That doesn't mean that the ingredients are necessarily alive but means that they must be natural and "related" to living things. The fewer steps the product had to go through before it was packaged, the more "organic" we consider it to be. How does this relate to skincare? Organic skincare means to let your skin heal and improve without resorting to the use of chemicals, compounds, and other unnatural substances. Why you ask? One of the biggest and best reasons to go organic, is that nonorganic products designed for health and beauty will very often include synthetic products that can actually be harmful. The golden rule to remember here is that anything that comes into contact with your skin, or anything that you inhale, will eventually enter your blood stream. If you wouldn't feel comfortable eating it, then don't rub it on your body or spread it around your house! Instead of burning away the top layer of oil for instance and potentially destroying your natural skin barrier, an organic product would use substances that help to health the hormone balance of the skin to naturally fix those oil levels. Which sounds like it would get better long-term results? Instead of ordering products that have been mass produced at a factory that billows smoke into the air, you'll be using products made from natural ingredients you can find around your home. Many of these you don't even need to buy - you can just make them yourself! If you are ready to take the path to becoming kinder to the environment, your wallet and most importantly, yourself, then click that button

Handmade Spa

Natural Treatments to Revive and Restore

Handmade Spa

Handmade Spa is a unique and comprehensive guide to replicating the luxury of the spa experience in your own home using natural, botanical preparations. Following on from the hugely successful Handmade Beauty, this is the second in the series of natural health and beauty books by cosmetic experts Juliette Goggin and Abi Righton. The book contains over 40 recipes, focusing on cosmetic treatments for skin, hair and body, as well as the creation of therapeutic spa accessories such as reed diffusers and wheat packs. The authors encourage you to explore your kitchen, garden and local shops for the natural products and active ingredients that will grant you the ability to create your very own home spa paradise. All are accompanied by step-by-step instructions and clear, illustrative photographs, enabling you to bring the entire realm of spa treatments, as well as the practice of mind and body self-care, into your own home. This unique guide includes some of the most creative and innovative thinking in botanical and cosmetic science, and reveals the importance of scent and ‘fragrance families’ in soothing, healing or rejuvenating body and mind.