I'm always trying to find a more holistic life. Far from being a hippie chick but someday I'll get there. I don't know why I haven't made my own baby powder until now. Every time someone asks me to buy powder I say, "man I can make this" and I never do.. well holla I did it! I had the 3 simple ingredients. Arrowroot, bentonite clay and lavender essential oil. Reused an empty @primalpalate spice jar.. how's that for repurposing 🤘🏼 4 tbs of each and a few drops of lavender. If you want less starch then add less arrowroot. #allnatural#makeityoself#talcfree#diybabypowder#wannabehippiechick#keepingballsfromsshrivelingup
💜dōTERRA DIY...Baby Powder 💜
Your baby's 👶🏼 skin is delicate and very sensitive to chemicals that could be irritating. This safe and effective talc-free baby powder will make your baby's skin soft, dry, and smooth. Adults can also use this powder. This would make a great shoe 👟deodorizer. 😉
~ 1/2 cup corn starch
~ 1/2 cup Arrowroot powder
~ 1 drop Roman Chamomile oil
~ 1-2 drops Lavender oil
~ 1/4 cup finely ground oats .
Note: You can find Arrowroot powder at most health food stores. .
1. Mix well and put in shaker style bottle.
2. If you don't have finely ground oats, combine ingredients in blender and pulse until finely ground.
Tip: Use an empty spice jar with sifter lid for easy application.
- See more at: https://doterra.com/US/en/blog/diy-baby-powder#sthash .cvaNxkNp.dpuf
If your like me and totally conscious of what ingredients are in your baby products, then you will love this baby powder recipe! If I use this on my baby every time I change her diaper, she never ever gets red or rashy! I get the arrowroot powder at natural grocers and the camomile tea at any grocery store. I get my essential oils from dōTERRA. Let me know if you have questions or want to order any essential oils from me! #thetreatmentroom#diy#diybabypowder#doterra#doterraessentialoils#babyproducts
I love this DIY baby tush powder! It has served me well for both kids and makes a super thoughtful baby gift. Skip store bought brands with talc (re: #johnsonandjohnsontalcumpowderlawsuit )
But this my mama friends, is super easy to make in your own kitchen by upcycling an old spice jar. Here is the how-to.... - 1/2 cup arrowroot powder - 1/2 cup organic corn starch - 5 drops Lavender - 5 drops Gentle Baby - 1 TBSP finely ground oats (I use my cleaned out coffee grinder)
Make batch in a medium size mason jar and then portion out into the spice jar that has the sifting lid. Add all ingredients to the mason jar, close with lid and shake well to combine. To use sprinkle on an irritated tush at each bum change. #thehealthyginger#DIY#DIYbabypowder#essentialoils#youngliving#yleo#healthybabies#holistic#plantpower#chemicalfree#skipthetalc
Baby Powder Recipe, yay for happy baby buns! 🙌🏻👏🏻 Replace the dangerous baby powders (that really do have a lot of serious side effects) with an all natural one, that is SAFE, EFFECTIVE, EASY & will SAVE you $💵. Be nice to your Baby's baby buns they will be so happy you did it 👶🏻
I Try Beauty DIY #itrybeautydiy#beautydiy#diybeauty#diybabypowder#babypowder#summermusthave#summersurvival -DIY: Homemade Calming Baby Powder
-Source: Mindfully Natural via Pinterest
-Modifications: NO LAVENDER (you know how it is). I went for cooling peppermint instead. Also, because calendula could possibly be an allergen in petal & powder form (not sure about when it's extracted in oil, though), I cut it down to 1/2 a tablespoon. My allergies are bad enough!
-Result: It's nice that I had a 4 ounce tin just sitting around waiting for something to do! I also found that nice big makeup puff with the finger loop at Walgreen's and it's great. If you make this, make sure to shake it up HARD before applying. You want to break up the essential oil clumps that inevitably form because clay & arrowroot are highly absorbent. Patting concentrated peppermint oil on my skin = YIKES! The powder also does not pass the Black Clothing Test. I've found I can usually pat it on after I've gotten dressed. Other than that, it's been nice! The weather is really warming up and it's a relief to not get all sticky.
-Recommened: Yes, but make sure to adjust the recipe to your needs and watch out for dark clothing!