Do you suffer from dry skin? Have you been looking for a homemade lotion recipe that really works?
Look no further than this simple coconut oil lotion recipe!
This concoction I'm about to share with you is super nourishing, wonderfully versatile and ridiculously easy to whip up.
Read on to find out all about it…
Benefits of this coconut oil lotion
It has flexible ingredients (you can use pretty much whatever you have on hand)
It smells delicious
It helps keep your skin hydrated for longer
It helps improve blood circulation
Nourishing hand and body coconut oil lotion recipe
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/8 cup shea butter
1/8 cup cocoa butter
1 tbsp aloe vera juice
1 tbsp olive oil
5-10 drops coconut essential oil
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Heat the shea butter, coconut oil and cocoa butter over low heat until melted.
Remove from the heat.
Stir in the aloe vera juice, olive oil and coconut essential oil. Make sure it’s combined well.
Store the lotion in a container of your choice. I recommend small canning jars.
This lotion is solid at room temperature (just like coconut oil in its solid form), but it’s not too hard. It softens up really quickly in your hands.
How to use coconut oil lotion
If you want seriously soft and smooth skin that’s noticeably healthy, use your homemade lotion like this:
Apply a little warm water to your arms, legs, hands, feet and elbows (areas of your body that are likely to be dry).
Smooth the coconut oil lotion all over your body before bed. When you wake up, your skin will be intensely nourished and much happier (and healthier, too).
You can also keep the lotion in a small container (like an empty lip balm container) and use it on your lips, face and hands whenever these areas of your body feel dry. It’s a really practical product to keep in your handbag or on your desk at work. Especially during the cold
winter months when your skin’s prone to dryness!
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