Favorite Ingredients, Resources, & Supplies
BASIC ‘MUST HAVE’ INGREDIENTS
These are the things I always have on hand in my pantry because they go in so many of my DIY products.
Organic Beeswax Pellets
These are so much easier than grating beeswax. Click here to view.
Organic Shea Butter
So nourishing and yummy for your skin. Click here to view.
Organic Cocoa Butter
Another favorite often found in balms, butters, and lotions. Click here to view.
Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
Not just for your tummy. Coconut oil is awesome for DIY products. Just remember, if there is a lot of it in your recipe and your home gets hot it will get melty. Make your fridge your friend. Click here to view.
A Great oil that’s super nourishing and has a high smoke point. Click here to view.
Vitamin E Oil
Good for the skin and helps preserve your products. Click here to view.
I’ve found my share of fun jars for my products. I look for glass or metal as much as possible (especially if I’m making something with quite a bit of essential oils as the oils can eat through plastic). Here are some of my favorite finds. I can’t promise they’ll always be in stock, so I apologize if the links don’t always work.
Glass Jars for Lotions, Rubs, and Balms
Sample Jars for Lotions, Rubs, and Balms
Lip Balm Tins
Lip Balm Tubes
Essential oils add a whole lot more than a good smelling product (without the nasty artificial fragrances). Therapeutic grade essential oils have their own powerful properties to bring a whole new level of healthy to your DIY. In the same way that I care deeply about the quality of my food, I also care deeply about the quality of my oils. Click here to learn how I get wholesale prices of my favorite essential oils.