Lotion bars are all kinds of amazing! If you are new to lotion bars then you are in for a treat with these 5 homemade solid lotion bars. Lotion bars are a super concentrated firm form of body lotion, so a little goes a long way. They smell great, are natural and great for your skin, helps the environment by reducing plastic bottles and are inexpensive to make. Really what’s not to love! Today we have found 5 homemade solid lotion bars which are all totally divine, perfect for gifts or to keep for yourself.
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5 Homemade Solid Lotion Bars
1. Hot Chocolate Lotion Bars
If you are a chocolate lover then you will LOVE these hot chocolate lotion bars. They smell like amazing, indulgent hot chocolate and are made with all natural, good-for-your-skin ingredients. A real treat which smells good enough to eat. Head over to Eco Living Mama to get the recipe and to get more information.
2. Bug Repellent Lotion Bars
A lotion bar that both moisturizers and repels bugs. Anyone who lives in a place with lots of annoying summertime bugs will appreciate this lotion bar! Head over to Imperfectly Happy to find out more.
3. Lavender Orange Lotion Bars
Anything lavender and orange is going to be amazing! Another incredibly nourishing lotion bar that skin is going to love. Click here to find out more.
4. Rose Lotion Bars
Smelling of rose this is one yummy lotion bar recipe. We especially adore the molds used with these lotion bars. Follow this link to find out more.
5. Three Ingredient Lotion Bars
Looking for a quick, easy lotion bar to make then this three-ingredient lotion bar is for you. They contain coconut oil, beeswax, and essential oil. Head over to The Coconut Mama to get the recipe.