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2tsp virgin coconut oil
2tsp organic Shea butter
2tsp vitamin E oil
1tsp avocado oil
1tsp sweet almond oil
6-8 drops lavender essential oil
– Melt the virgin oil and organic Shea butter in a double boiler
– After melting bring it down and add vitamin E oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil and mix together then add lavender essential oil.
1tsp Aloe Vera oil
1tsp Zinc oxide
2tsp coconut oil
2tsp Shea butter
5 drops lavender essential oil
– Add everything in a bowl except lavender essential oil, melt on a top of a double boiler, bring it down after melting and allow it to cool.
– Add 5 drops lavender essential oil and mix
– then carefully pour into container of your choice.
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