Homemade Creamy Rose Chamomile Body Oil

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An excellent oil for dry, rashy, cracked and irritated skin. The shea butter in this recipe makes this

oil thick, creamy and opaque. It is a heavy oil that requires a little bit of time to soak into the skin.

3 oz. rose-infused olive oil 2 oz. violet leaf-infused olive oil

3 oz. chamomile-infused olive oil 3 oz. shea butter

Pour oils into a heat-proof measuring cup and add the shea butter. Place cup into a hot-water bath. Stir the oils and shea butter and wait till the shea butter has melted. Then remove from water and pour into a squeeze bottle or wide-mouth jar. Massage the skin with oil as needed. Don’t pour the oil into a small-mouth glass jar, as the thickness of this oil will keep it from pouring, especially in colder temperatures. Makes 11 oz.

To make rose-infused olive oil, use 2 oz. of roses, freshly dried and coarsely ground, and 10 oz. of cold pressed olive oil. Then follow Directions for Herbal-infused Oils with Dried Herbs. Yields about 7 oz.

To make chamomile-infused olive oil, use 2 oz. of chamomile flowers, freshly dried and coarsely ground, and 10 oz. of cold pressed olive oil. Then follow Directions for Herbal-infused Oils with Dried Herbs. Yields about 7 oz.

To make violet leaf-infused olive oil, use 2 oz. of violet leaf, freshly dried and coarsely ground, and 8 oz. of cold pressed olive oil. Then follow Directions for Herbal-infused Oils with Dried Herbs. Yields about 5 oz.


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