These are the best doTERRA soap recipes plus bath recipes all together right here in one place. These recipes can help you withIt is so much fun to make my own soap and I actually save a lot of money too in the long run.
Plus, I really like how I can make my soap and bath bombs smell like I want them too. By this I mean I can use the essential oils with the fragrances I enjoy the most and put them in my soap.
That way they smell like I want them too, not how someone else in a factory thinks they should smell. Another plus is that the ingredients are natural and healthier so I don’t have to worry about being allergic to my soap or it doing harm to my body.
It is so much fun being self-sufficient too. You have got to try some of these doTERRA essential oil soap recipes. I have a feeling you are going to just love them.
Most of these doTERRA essential oil soap recipes are for soap and bath ideas. Right below here are links to other essential oil recipes that you’re sure to want to check out also.
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Hand cleansers are a convenient, on-the-go solution for cleansing your hands when soap and water are unavailable. This homemade version will not only cleanse your hands, but moisturize them too.
Homemade Hand Cleanser RecipeSource
You can make homemade hand cleanser using doTERRA essential oils. It’s super fun to make and way cheaper than buying hand cleanser in the store. Plus it’s all-natural and smells really good and it’s more gentle on your skin. Not like all those hand sanitizers you buy in the stores. I hate how the store-bought hand cleansers dry out my skin and feel gross.
You can make homemade natural Bath Soak using doTERRA essential oil. Just follow this simple recipe:
doTERRA Bath Soak Recipe
- 3 Cups Epsom Salts (to soothe muscles)
- 2 Cups Sea Salt
- 1 Cup Baking Soda (to soften skin)
- 5-10 Drops doTERRA Serenity Restful Blend or Lavender Essential Oil
- Purple soap coloring (optional)
- Mix together epsom salts and sea salt , breaking apart any clumps with a spoon.
- Gradually add essentials oils, mixing thoroughly
- Add coloring until you’ve reached your desire color level.
- Stir in baking soda and continue mixing
- Add about a cup of mixture to running water to make a relaxing soak
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