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Homemade Christmas Cookie Body Wash

Ditch your toxic store bought body wash for this homemade Christmas Cookie body wash. It’s super moisturizing and 100% all natural. And it smells super yummy too!

homemade Christmas Cookie body wash lying on white surface next to essential oils

When I was kid money was pretty tight in our house. Body wash was somewhat of a luxury in our home.

My mom usually just bought cheap bar soap because that was all we could afford. Whenever I was able to use body wash it felt like a 5 star spa experience.

I know I’m being kinda dramatic. But the point I’m trying to make is – I love body wash.

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Now that I am older and I have full control over the bath and body products we use in our home, I almost always opt for body wash rather than bar soap.

But a few years ago I learned about the dangerous chemicals in many popular body washes. And decided to ditch my favorite body wash for something more natural.

There are a lot of great all natural body washes out there but I prefer to make my own because it’s cheaper and I have full control over the ingredients and scent.

I have a basic go-to body wash recipe that I use all the time but I like to change up the scents every now and then.

So with the holidays right around the corner I thought it would be fun to create a Christmas scented body wash.

I love Christmas cookies so I thought that would make a yummy, fun scent!

How To make Homemade Christmas Cookie Body Wash

To make this homemade Christmas Cookie body wash you’ll need a small bottle like these ones.

You’ll also need the following ingredients.

Castile soap is the base for this body wash. Dr. Bronner’s castile soap is made with plant based ingredients and contains no synthetic preservatives, thickeners, or foaming agents.

I always buy unscented so that I can customize the scent myself.

Viva Naturals sweet almond oil

Because castile soap can be kinda drying it’s important to add almond oil to the body wash. Almond oil makes this body wash extra moisturizing.

Vegetable glycerin helps to thicken up the body wash as well as provide additional moisturizing properties.

Essential oils are what give this body wash its Christmas Cookie scent. You’ll need ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, lemon, and vanilla.

The vanilla is not technically an essential oil but rather a botanical extract.

Need Essential oils?

If you need essential oils I recommend Florihana, Plant Therapy, or Simply Earth essential oils.

All three companies sell high quality oils for less. I used to use Young Living oils exclusively until I discovered these other brands.

You don’t have to spend a ton money to get good oils.

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Homemade Christmas Cookie Body Wash Recipe

Once you have everything you need add the following ingredients to the bottle.

After you have added all the ingredients to the bottle, attach the lid, and shake well.

photo of person holding homemade Christmas Cookie body wash

This is a very mild body wash. It doesn’t have a very strong, overpowering scent. If you want the scent to be stronger you can add a few more drops of essential oil.

But keep in mind, essential oils like cinnamon and clove are very potent. So be very careful.

Also, if you decide to use a bottle that is larger or smaller than the one I recommended above you’ll need to reduce or increase the ingredients.

This body wash works best when used with a body loofa sponge like these ones. And you’ll need to shake it well before each use.

Well, I hope you enjoy this body wash. Let me know if you have any questions in the comment section below.

Author: Candice Sinner

Hi! I’m Candice & I’m an essential oil junkie. I want to help you break free from toxic chemicals & toxic living so you can live the life God created you to live. Click here to learn more about me and my health journey.

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