Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Love DIY’s? Well, we have one you just might want to try that brings on the beauty, fragrance and will help save a bit of precious coin, because this DIY is one that can be incorporated into other beauty DIY’s later on plus it looks fabulous on our bathroom vanities, and just in case you missed the title we here on AMGR are sharing our Floral Infused DIY Oil recipe, but how is it made? Well, keep scrolling on down for all of the details for this beauty DIY.

What you’ll need

Jar with a lid

Fresh flowers

Carrier Oil

Marker or label maker

 

Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 1

Start by filling your jar completely with fresh flowers for our Floral Infused DIY Oil we are using Jasmine petals, but you can choose whatever flower(s) you prefer just make sure your jar is packed with the flowers.

 

Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 2

Now pour your carrier oil over the flowers we are using pure Apricot Oil, however you can use any carrier oil of your choosing just make sure the flowers have become fully submerged in the carrier oil and then your almost done.

 

Floral Infused DIY Oil | AMGR – A Modern Girl Recommends

Step 3

Place your lid onto the jar and either create a label or just use a good ole Sharpie and write the date that you are infusing your Floral Infused DIY Oil and then allow the oil to infuse on a window seal where direct sunlight will hit it every day. You can let your oil infuse for two weeks or longer. The Floral infused oil featured in this DIY has been infusing since March 21,2020. Once your oil has been infused, you can use it for other skin care DIY’s.

 

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