Face Masks & Body Scrubs : How to Add Oils To Unscented Body Wash

Uploaded by expertvillage on 21.12.2008

So, you want to make your own body wash. My name is Keeley Salvage with Keeley Skin Solutions
and I'm going to show you how to add oils to unscented body wash. The first thing you
want to do is start with an unscented body wash. You can usually get that at a health
foods store, maybe even a craft's store, a vitamin outlet, and it's very inexpensive.
You want to get just a clear, empty, plastic bottle. I actually got these at Wal-Mart for
fifty cents, but you could probably get it also at a craft's store for really cheap.
So, I have my body wash, my unscented body wash, and I'm going to add lavender. Lavender
is calming, it's really nice for the bath and it's really good for dry skin as well.
So, I'm going to add this to that, and it's five drops of essential oil for each ounce
of body wash. So, I'm just going to drop this in, this is three ounces. So, that's about
fifteen drops, and I'm just going to put the lid on, and shake it, don't break it. And,
you have your unscented body wash. There you go. One nice one too is I like bergama and
coriander, and that's good for oily skin, and if you get several little bottles like
these. You could get maybe three or four and make a nice little gift basket, that's nice
too. My name's Keeley Salvage with Keeley Skin Solutions and that is how you add oils
to unscented body wash.