You guys, I just can’t do it. Surprises and long waits are too much for one blogger to bear alone. The very best surprises must be shared.
While taking a shower a few weeks ago, just days after sharing the DIY Honey Face Wash, a DIY lightbulb went off in my head, “I need to make a new body wash recipe and this time use honey!!” I hopped out of the shower, dripping wet, grabbed a towel (no worries, I turned off the water) and carefully ran downstairs to gather the ingredients for a homemade honey body wash.
Using my first body wash recipe as a guide, I mixed a few ingredients in a milk bottle: canned coconut milk, castile soap, glycerin, honey, and a few drops of orange essential oil. With a vigorous shake of the bottle I returned to the shower with a super luxurious milk bottle full of homemade milk and honey body wash.
I knew sharing this new homemade luxury experience with you was absolutely necessary. No question about it. That’s what friends are for–sharing amazing experiences! I took a look at my editorial calendar, which I’m planning to share with you in a few weeks, and penciled in “Milk and Honey Body Wash” on March 28th.
For over two weeks now I’ve been enjoying regular dates in the shower with a super luxurious homemade milk and honey body wash that literally takes five seconds to make. And everyday I feel the weight of guilt. Guilt for enjoying such a luxury and knowing I can’t share it until March 28th.
So today, it’s time to share. No more long waits, because guys, I love you. Go grab a bottle (any bottle will do) and the five simple ingredients to make this DIY Homemade Milk and Honey Body Wash. It’s my gift to you! A surprise that’s just way too good to keep a secret.
- Combine all the ingredients in a bottle. Shake the ingredients together until the honey is fully dissolved.
- This body wash has a very short lifespan since it lacks preservatives, so it's best to keep this body wash in the fridge and just pull out a little as needed. I use this within 2 weeks and freeze the extra, if needed. If you'd like to extend the shelf-life and create a recipe that can be stored at room temperature, replace the coconut milk with distilled or boiled and cooled water.
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