DIY Body Oil-Only 2 Ingredients!

Hey everyone! We are very excited to announce that after only 4 months since our blog has been launched, Chic Neat Sweet has reached 100+ followers!!! Thank you all so much for the support. We hope to keep growing and providing content for everyone to enjoy! Ok, now back to the post! Today, I’m going to share an easy diy body oil with essential oils. Read on to find out how!body oil

What you need:

Carrier oil, such as coconut oil, olive oil, grape seed oil, etc. A carrier oil is oil that has a neutral scent and is used as a base.

Your favorite essential oils. You can use one essential oil, but feel free to mix two or more for a complex scent! Rose and Lavender are my favorite because the scent is very relaxing. Some others that I reccomend are lemon, sandalwood and peppermint.

Oh, and don’t forget a glass bottle to store the oil. I store mine in a 1 ounce bottle. You don’t want to make too much at a time or it won’t be fresh as the oil can change smell over a period of time.

Step 1. Pour the carrier oil into the bottle.

Step 2. Add a few drops of essential oil at a time. 5-8 drops is recommended for 1 ounce of carrier oil.

Step 3. Give the bottle a stir and enjoy! Take a deep breath to smell the aroma. Ahhh.. so relaxing 😌IMG_2406If this is your first time using essential oils, be careful! Do not directly use an essential oil on your skin! It is very concentrated and can cause rashes.

That’s all you need to do! It’s easy, simple and all natural! Who knew you could make such a fancy smelling body oil without spending $20!? This is also great to gift someone!

See you tomorrow and as always, stay Chic, Neat and Sweet!




Published by Aditi

Hi CNS readers! I'm Aditi! Blogging is a really fun way for me to share my ideas and tips to you guys! I'm the type of person who spends hours scrolling through Pinterest. Beauty, food, and lifestyle are my favorite things to talk about!

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