Homemade Nourishing Body Oil

A rich, nourishing oil that leaves the skin feeling si1y smooth. The lecithin makes the oil slide and spread more evenly and also provides the skin with nutrients.

1 oz. jojoba oil 1/2 oz. lecithin

1 oz. peanut oil 1/2 oz. wheat germ oil

1 oz. almond oil

Pour oils and lecithin into a spouted cup and stir all the ingredients until a uniform liquid results, making sure the lecithin is well dissolved in the oils. Pour the mixture into a jar, cap tightly and store in a cool, dark place. Massage small amounts of Nourishing Oil into the skin. Makes 4 oz.

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