DIY After Sun Spray Using Essential Oils

Had a long day out in the sun? Cool yourself down and moisturize your skin with this DIY After Sun Spray!


1/2 cup of Unscented Witch Hazel (Buy Here)

2 Tbsp of Pure Aloe Vera Gel (Buy Here)

10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (I only use Young Living Essential Oils)

10 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil (I only use Young Living Essential Oils)

5 drops of Frankincense Essential Oil (I only use Young Living Essential Oils)

5 drops of Copaiba Essential Oil (I only use Young Living Essential Oils)

8 oz Glass Spray Bottle (Buy Here)

Glass Measuring Cup (Buy Here)


Add the witch hazel, aloe vera and essential oils together in a glass measuring cup

Pour the mixture into a glass spray bottle

Fill the rest of the bottle with distilled water

Tip: Store the spray in the refrigerator to keep the mixture cool!

Due to the fact that this recipe doesn't have any preservatives in it, this recipe will last about 3-6 months.

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