Every single girl all around the world wants their skin to glow. Am I right or am I right? My wife and I sure do. It’s good for your skin to be moisturized and hydrated at all times. Of course, when you shower you have to lather up with soap and when you wash it off you feel silky smooth. The thing of it is that soap doesn’t always moisturize your skin deep within and can actually dry you out. Yes, it cleans you while you’re in the shower but something's gotta give.
If soap is making our skin dry, we have to supplement the moisture with something else. And, no, I’m not talking about putting lotion on after you get out of the shower. Ugh. Pet peeve. For me, at least, that’s the worst. I hate to be full of cream or oil right out of the shower. Maybe you don’t mind. It bugs the crap outta me though. Just saying. I longed to hydrate my skin without buying an extra item at the store and something to moisturize deep in my pores without getting too oily.
One day in the shower, I made eye contact a bottle of almond oil and—BOOM—came up with a happy medium. An “in-shower” Glowing Body Oil! I know, I know, I know. It’s the perfect blend for soft, silky, glowing skin. Sweet almond oil is the carrier oil of choice we used as a base and kind of took it from there. You can play around with the recipe to your liking.
Once you’ve blended up a nice little bottle of Glowing Body Oil, pop it in your shower so you don’t forget later. All you have to do is add one simple step to your shower time before you get out. As you rinse off, pour some Glowing Body Oil into your hands and rub into your skin. You can target specific areas or just basically apply all over.
Shut up, make some, try it and I’m sure you won’t be complaining because you’re sure to love your new Glowing Body Oil.
Glowing Body Oil
An "in-shower" Glowing Body Oil! I know, I know, I know. What an amazing beauty hack. It's the perfect blend for soft, silky, and healthy glowing skin.
Prep time: 2 mins
Cook time: 3 mins
Total time: 5 mins
Yields: 4 oz
Pour ingredients into a glass measuring cup. With care and caution, pour into a small bottle with a lid. Seal.
Store in the shower.
To use, pour into your hands and rub into your skin.