Tuesday, August 24, 2021

How To Make A Lavender Oatmeal Body Wash At Home

 Making your own homemade body wash is so simple to make, and it gives you a chance to take control of what’s going on your skin and into your body.

The amazing thing about this recipe is that all-natural ingredients are used to make it which has a lot of amazing benefits for the skin. The ingredients are not hard to find as you can purchase them in any organic shop.

Health Benefits of The Ingredients Used


Oatmeal has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. It can also soak up the excess oil on your skin. Oatmeal contains zinc that is said to reduce inflammation and kill the acne-causing bacterial action.

Oatmeal also helps to normalize your skin's pH levels, which helps to restore your skin's natural pH and soften the dry skin.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender oil has anti-bacterial properties that help fight bacteria on the skin. It also helps to reduce blotchiness and discoloration, including dark spots on your skin.

Jojoba Oil

This is a natural skin toner that helps get rid of the dark circles under the eyes


- 1/4 cup of oatmeal

- 1/4 cup of liquid castile soap

- 6 – 12 drops of lavender essential oil 

- 3 cups of water

- 1 tsp vitamin E oil

- 2 tsp Jojoba or avocado oil


1. Add 3 cups of water into a pot and boil. Place oatmeal in a glass bowl and pour boiling water over oatmeal. Allow to sit for 1–2 hours, then strain water to remove oats from water. Set the water aside and discard oats.

2. In a small bowl mix the castile soap, essential oil, vitamin E oil, and jojoba/avocado oil with a whisk until it is fully incorporated.

3. Pour the soap mixture to fill about 10 – 15% of your foaming soap dispenser.

4. Pour the oatmeal-infused water into the dispenser until nearly full and shake.

Your body wash is ready for use!

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