15 DIY Garden Botanicals And Homemade Products

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If you need some natural and safe products to use on your body, then you can never go wrong with botanicals! Botanicals are natural plant extracts from herbs, flowers, and seeds that can work wonders for skin ailments. It has anti-aging properties which help calm and firm the skin. Furthermore, if you have your own garden, then you will not need to spend a dime to have your own natural products.

With that said, here are 15 DIY garden botanical home products that you can easily do!

15. Homemade Lavender Vanilla Soap

Your mom will always be there when you need her for as long as she can, so why not go all out to show mom how much you really love her on Mother’s Day? How about giving her a homemade gift like our Lavender Vanilla Soap!

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14. Homemade Facial Scrub Recipes For A Healthy Glowing And Radiant Skin

These are 5 helpful recipes to make the best homemade facial scrubs using home-based ingredients to get healthy glowing skin.

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13. How to Make Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera gel is great to have around the home. You can use it to soothe minor pain and irritation from sunburns. It’s also an outstanding addition to natural beauty products to help hydrate your skin and hair.

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12. Shower Steamers with Essential Oils DIY

A shower steamer makes the experience of showering more than just getting clean. Here I will fill you in on the various aromatherapy benefits of using shower steamers with essential oils and show you how to make your own DIY shower steamers! A homemade steamer with natural scents, beats mass produced ones with synthetic fragrance oils any day!

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11. Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe: Easy DIY Gift

Easy lavender oatmeal soap recipe using melt and pour soap base. A great homemade lavender soap recipe for beginners and easy gift idea.

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10. How To Make Rosehip Oil To Heal Your Skin

Packed with antioxidants and fatty acids, rosehip oil is a natural versatile moisturizer that will heal your hair, nails and skin from bruises, acne and wrinkles.

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9. Natural Homemade Rose Facial Cream To Nourish Your Skin

Gently pinkish and intensive in rose fragrance this homemade rose cream is unique with its triple action of roses. A successful combination of rose water, rose infused oil and rose essential oil gives this cream outstanding benefits for your skin.

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8. Rose Petal Sugar Scrub

If you have a mom with simple tastes, this rose petal sugar scrub is a quick and easy DIY Mothers Day gift.

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7. Lemon and Thyme Gardener Hand Scrub Recipe

This gardener hand scrub recipe will help any gardener tackle the hand mess that happens while playing in the dirt.

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6. Cucumber Basil Sugar Scrub for Soft, Smooth Skin!

I decided that a cucumber basil sugar scrub was the perfect summer DIY beauty recipe for my dry summer skin. I removed the seeds from the cucumber and only used a couple leaves of basil since it is a very strong smell.

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5. Lemon Balm Cold Sore Lip Balm Recipe

Do you suffer from cold sores? If so, I highly recommend that you grow lemon balm, Melissa officinalis, in your herb garden. Also called Sweet Melissa, its oil has a strong antiviral effect on the herpes virus and can easily be made into a healing cold sore lip balm.

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4. Violet-Infused Aloe Soothing Gel

Do you need relief from skin irritations like sunburn, bug bites, razor burn, or dry skin? This easy to make violet-infused aloe soothing gel will bring about quick relief. Aloe and violet each have natural skin-calming and anti-inflammatory properties that your skin will love.

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3. How to Make Herb Infused Homemade Soap

Soap is amazing; it can revive you or help you to relax and sleep. It can cool you on a hot day, or help to heal your skin problems. Yes, it can do all that if you use herb infused homemade soap!

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2. Pine Resin Drawing Salve

This salve has a warming, stimulating/moving action that does wonders for drawing out splinters and it’s warming, stimulating nature makes it a sought after treatment for sore muscles, achy joints and dull chronic pains.

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1. First Aid – Yarrow Styptic Powder

Beautiful Yarrow – Achillea millefolium – is good for so many things and one of them is as a styptic powder to stop bleeding. Yarrow styptic powder is safe for both humans and animals and can be used on everything from skin cuts to nails accidentally cut or torn down to the “quick”.

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