Free your bodyof harsh chemicals and harmful toxins by making your own Deodorant at home in 15 minutes or less.
Step 1. Gather all of your ingredients.
1 Tbsp Beeswax
1 Tbsp Coconut Oil
1 Tbsp Raw Hemp Seed Butter
1 Tbsp Raw Babbasou Oil
1 Tbsp Raw Aloe Vera Butter
1 Tbsp Raw Illipe Butter
2.5 Tbsp Arrowroot Powder
1 Tbsp Baking Soda (Aluminum Free)
1/4 teaspoon Vitamin E Oil
Essential Oils: 10 drops tea tree,
1 drop Patchouli,
3 drop Eucalyptus,
1 drop Ylang Ylang,
2 drops Rosemary,
2 drops Lavender,
2 drops Lemon.
Step 2. Melt your beeswax in a double boiler over low/med heat.
Step 3. Once beeswax is melted add in all of your butters and oils.
Aloe Vera Butter is an extraction of healing aloe
in coconut oil so that it can be used like a butter. Aloe Butter
melts on contact with the skin and is wonderful for treating dry skin,
eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, sunburn and chapping. This great product
moisturizes and also includes all of the wonderful healing properties of
Babassu Oil, Orbignya
oleifera, expeller pressed from the seeds of the native Brazilian babassu palm,
has been used for generations by indigenous cultures of South
America as a natural moisturizer. A fast penetrating oil, Babassu is
one of nature’s richest emollients and is especially good for eczema, itchy , dry and inflamed skin. In
hair care babassu oil nourishes, moisturizes and restores hair strength, giving you shiny, healthy-looking hair.
Beeswax, Cera alba,
is produced by the (female) worker honeybees. The bees mold the wax
into six-sided cells which are filled with honey and then capped with
more wax. When honey is harvested, the top layer of wax that covers the
cells, called the cappings, must be removed.
Our unrefined beeswax, which contains some honey and propolis varies
in color from yellow through brown and retains
the sweet smell of honey. Beeswax forms a lovely, light barrier on
your skin that prevents loss of moisture and helps seal in moisturizing
oils and butters, without clogging pores. In
hair care Beeswax adds moisture, hydration, and softness to hair and can add shine and glossiness to dull hair.
Cocos nucifera, from the fruit of the Coconut Palm, is a
great moisturizer. When rubbed into the skin, the rich natural fats are
easily absorbed and penetrate deeply to plump up your cells creating a
smoother, softer, healthier and more youthful appearance This oil gives
soap cleansing properties and makes a rich creamy lather with big,
fluffy bubbles. In
hair care it is used as a hair tonic to stimulate
the scalp and encourage hair growth.
Shorea stenoptera, is obtained from the nuts of a
magnificent tree that grows in the forests of Borneo. For centuries, the
inhabitants of the island have been using
this butter as a treatment for skin problems. Illipe butter,
similar in nature to cocoa butter, moisturizes and helps restore skin
elasticity. Many believe it to be the most nourishing of the healing