DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Hey everybody happy Wednesday welcome to AMGR the weekend is almost here and I don’t know about you all, but I am ready for it, but until the weekend arrives, I have a fun, easy beauty DIY for you all to check out and it’s my DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil that smells like spring in a bottle and if you want to learn more stay tuned and let’s get started.

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | A Modern Girl Recommends

What you’ll need

Pure Olive Oil

Dried Roses

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Bottle for storage

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 1

First, start by adding one tablespoon of dried roses into your empty bottle you can use any color roses you desire, however I used dried red roses.

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 2

Now fill your jar with extra virgin olive oil just make sure to leave about an inch free of space at the top of the jar.

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 3

Depending upon the size of your bottle, you will adjust the amount of oil accordingly the bottle I used is 6.6cm x 6.6cm x 14.3cm I have added 240 drops of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil. You can add more or less depending upon how strong you want the fragrance of your oil to be.

DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil | AMGR- A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 4

And finally your Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil is ready just give the bottle a little shake to make sure the oils and ingredients are fully incorporated and then enjoy.

Tips and Tricks

  • Change things up a bit and add some of your favorite essential oils to create your own personal blend.

  • Add different herbs or flowers to create a soothing or uplifting blend.

  • This DIY Ylang Ylang Rose Bath and Body Oil can be made using any kind of carrier oil from Jojoba, apricot kernel seed, avocado, fractionated coconut oils to many others.

  • Always test your oils on a small area of your skin to make sure you do not have any skin allergies or skin sensitivities.

BTW Disclosure: We here at AMGR (A Modern Girl Recommends) are not doctors, chemists or nutritionists, so before diving into any beauty trend, or taking, starting or adding any supplement or medication be smart and consult with a certified medical professional.

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