Simplify your beauty routine
You don't have TIME for a complicated beauty routine.
Store-bought products are expensive and they may contain harsh chemicals that can have unintended side effects.
You can quickly and easily make many of the products you use every day. By DIY-ing your beauty routine, you can save time, money and you can be confident that you are using SAFE products
Build Your Beauty Kit
Just a few ingredients can get you started. Soon, you'll be making dozens of personal care products right in your kitchen. AND, they will be cheaper and safer than most store-bought products.
Aloe Vera Juice
Carrier oil (such as olive oil or fractionated coconut oil)
Containers and Labels
*quality matters when it comes to selecting your essential oils. Learn More
What You Need:
Start with a few basic recipes
Waterless Hand Cleaner
1/2 Cup aloe vera juice
8-10 drops OnGuard Essential Oil Blend
Place ingredients in a glass container with a spritz top
Shake before each use
Tip: Replace aloe vera juice with water to make a toy cleaning spray, or to clean countertops
2 TBS Coconut Oil
2 TBS Arrowroot Powder or Cornstarch
1-2 TBS Baking Soda
15 drops Cypress EO
10 Drops Lemon EO
5 Drops Lavender EO
Melt Coconut Oil
Mix in Baking Soda and Arrowroot powder until smooth
Add your essential oils, stir, add to a container and set in a cool place to solidify.
Lavender Body Butter
3 TBS Cocoa Butter
4 TBS Coconut Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E
4 Drops Lavender Essential oil
Melt Cocoa Butter and Coconut Oil at low heat. Stir in Vitamin E and Lavender. Cool slightly, stir again, then
add to a glass container and set in a cool place to solidify.
Don't want to do it yourself?
Know what ingredients to avoid...
Many personal ingredients can cause allergic reactions and may disrupt hormones. Naturally healthy beauty supplies will not contain the following:
BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole) AND BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene)
Coal tar dyes: Other names for coal tar dyes include P-phenylenediamine, FD&C, D&C, or “CI” followed by a number
Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
Perfume or fragrances
Polyethylene glycol (PEG) compounds
Siloxanes: Chemicals ending in “-siloxane” or “-methicone”
Sodium laureth sulfate