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How to Make Natural Body Scrubs teaches you how to make therapeutic, nourishing, handmade, and homemade exfoliants.

How to Make Natural Body Scrubs also teaches you the best vegetable oils, essential oils, and herbs to use to make homemade scrubs for normal, sensitive, mature or dry skin types as well as those to manage Cellulite, Eczema, Psoriasis, Dry skin, Mature skin, Menopausal symptoms, Pre-Menstrual Tension (PMS), Painful Periods, Arthritis, Stress, Sadness or Depression, Mental Exhaustion, Insomnia or Sleeplessness.

Table of Contents
1. Homemade Body Scrub Making Equipment
2. Homemade Body Scrub Recipe Ingredients
3. Homemade Body Scrub Recipe Instructions
4. Therapeutic Body Scrubs to manage the following conditions:
5. Therapeutic Healing Balm Recipes for the following conditions:
Normal skin, Sensitive skin, Dry skin, Mature skin, Cellulite, Eczema, Psoriasis, Menopausal symptoms, Pre-Menstrual Tension (PMS), Painful Periods, Stress, Sadness or Depression, Mental Exhaustion, Insomnia or Sleeplessness, Arthritis.
6. Characteristics of Vegetable Oils Used in Making Body Scrubs:
Sweet almond oil, Sunflower oil, Avocado oil, Apricot kernel oil, Jojoba, Olive oil, Evening primrose oil, Virgin coconut oil, Fractionated coconut oil, Canola oil
7. Characteristics of Essential Oils Used in Making Body Scrubs:
Clary sage essential oil, Eucalyptus essential oil, Geranium essential oil, Grapefruit essential oil, Lavender essential oil, Lemon essential oil, Lemongrass essential oil, Roman chamomile essential oil, Spearmint essential oil, Sweet orange essential oil, Rosemary essential oil, Peppermint essential oil, Tea tree essential oil, Ylang ylang essential oil
8. Characteristics of Herbs Used in Making Body Scrubs:
Arnica flowers, Calendula flowers, Chamomile flowers, Comfrey leaves, Lavender flowers, Rose petals, Rosemary leaves, St John’s Wort flowers and leaves
9. Natural Colorants for Homemade Body Scrubs
10. Homemade Handmade Natural Body Scrub Recipe Tips

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