Lavender Lotion Bar Recipe
Homemade Lavender Lotion Bars are a great way to deliver conditioning and moisturizing ingredients to dry areas like elbows, knees, heels, and anywhere else that can use a touch of softness.
Check out this great Lavender Lotion Bar Recipe! Customize these lotion bars by adding essential oils in any scent you like! Lavender is a lovely fragrance! It’s known not only for its soothing and relaxing aromatherapy benefits, but it is also known to be a disinfectant for skin, increases circulation, heal burns, and soothing eczema. All those benefits make it the ideal choice for body and beauty products. Lotion bars are handy to keep on hand for yourself and also make a lovely handmade gift for friends and family! We are making a batch for all my son’s teachers this year.
Lavender Lotion Bar Recipe: How to Make Lotion Bars
1/2 cup shea butter
1 Cup cup coconut oil
1 cup beeswax
15-20 drops Lavender essential oil
Molds-I used a simple paper water cup for my mold but you can also pick up pretty silicone molds to make your lotion bars in, here are a few that would be a great size for yours.
In a small saucepan melt beeswax and coconut oil until smooth and completely liquid.
Stir in shea butter until it has dissolved.
Remove from heat and add essential oils to scent, add oil starting with 10 drops and continue adding until the strength of the fragrance smells good to you but not overpowering.
Pour ingredients into molds and allow to set overnight.
Remove from molds and store in a cool, dry place! If they are left in a hot car or very warm spot they will melt.