How To Make DIY Lemon Lavender Scented Bath Melts


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In this aesthetically-crazy world, having a good skin is an advantage. That’s why people spend too much for spa treatments and skin care products. But if you want to have a beautiful and seductive skin and you value money, here’s how to make homemade lemon lavender scented bath melts.

How To Make DIY Lemon Lavender Scented Bath Melts

Here are what you to need to make your own lemon lavender scented bath melts. 

First you need cocoa and shea butters. Cocoa butter contains antioxidants and gives the skin a healthy glow. It also hydrates the skin and prevents skin conditions. Shea butter moisturizes the skin and makes it look younger. It also contains nutrients that make the skin radiant.

Next thing you need is beeswax. Beeswax hardens this bath melt but it softens the skin. Organic lavender and chamomile flowers are also ingredients of this magnificent bath melt. These natural ingredients are responsible for the intoxicating scent of this bath melt. They also provide vitamins that beautify the skin.

The last ingredients are organic lavender and lemon grass essential oils. Lavender essential oil brings a fresh and floral scent. It also provides an aroma therapy to revitalize the body. Lemon grass essential oil not only brings a fresh scent, it also contains natural properties which detoxifies the skin.

This lemon lavender scented bath melt is the best option. It’s cheap, healthy, effective and safe. So what are you waiting for? Try making one now!

Check out the full tutorial at here…

DIY Lemon Lavender Scented Bath Melts

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