DIY Bath Melt Recipe
Whether you suffer from dry, itchy skin year round or in the winter this bath melt recipe and product alternatives will help rock your moody skin. Bath time doesn't have to dry out your skin -- it can be hydrating, nourishing and skin softening with these simple additions to your routine. Try making your own recipe or using some of these featured Moody products to pamper your dry skin during bath time.
Homemade Bath Melt Recipe
For the Debbie DIYers
To hydrate and protect your dry skin use this easy DIY bath melt recipe. It features the best natural butters and oils to revitalize your skin.
1/4 cup hard butter (cocoa butter, coconut oil or shea butter)
1 tablespoon sweet almond oil (or olive oil)
Optional: 10 drops of your favorite essential oil or blend, 1 tbls ground oats or powdered milk
Melt the butter over medium low heat on stove top. Stir often. This may take 10-15 minutes.
Once thoroughly melted add in 1 tablespoon of oil and mix.
Remove from heat and stir in optional ingredients.
You can pour your liquid into a wide mouth jar to scoop from later OR into mini silicone molds to make little molded melts.
This is a great recipe for those suffering with eczema, psorasis or chapped, dry winter skin. Your bath time will never be the same with this silky butter bath melt!
Bath Melt Product Options
For Simple Sally's
Drop a dallop of these skin loving hydrating creams, oils and scrubs into your bath that will work as bath melt alternatives.
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2 oz Travel-Sized or 10 oz Jar with Flip-top Lid
Best for Normal to Dry skin
* Gluten-Free * Vegan * Organic *
* Handmade in the USA * Cruelty-Free *