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August 4, 2016

Hydrating Liquid Body Soap

After a hot day at the pool or a grueling workout, there’s no better feeling than slipping into the shower. Give your skin the nourishment and hydration it needs with this easy body soap DIY that features our brand new Apricot carrier oil.

This sweet smelling carrier oil offers quick absorption to the skin without leaving a sticky or oily residue and contains ample amounts of Vitamin A to support your hair, skin and nails.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Add all ingredients in a bowl and mix until thoroughly combined. Pour into a squeeze-top or pump-top container. Shake before use.

*For an invigorating body wash consider using Peppermint, Orange and Grapefruit as your essential oils.

**For a calming body wash consider Lavender, Blend of Vanilla or Sandalwood as your essential oils. 

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Is a plastic ok to store in or will the oils react to it?

Amy | April 3, 2017 | Reply

    Essential oils that are diluted with a carrier oil, castile soap or lotion can be stored in a high-grade plastic container for many months without a problem.

    Rocky Mountain Oils | April 13, 2017 | Reply

What can I use to color my Produts,besides Food Coloring,which is supposed to be bad for us??

Sylvia | June 20, 2017 | Reply

    Hey, Sylvia, We do not have a lot of information on how to color soaps naturally. May we suggest checking out blogs that specialize in soap making. Some natural ideas include cocoa powder, green tea powder, henna, indigo powder, red clay, and wheat grass juice. Good luck. If you end up using a natural coloring let us know. We would love to know how it turns out.

    Rocky Mountain Oils | September 5, 2017 | Reply