2-Ingredient Non-Toxic Shaving Oil

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Well I have to admit that this recipe happened by accident! We were heading out for a weekend of camping and I needed to shave my legs if I was going to be in a swimsuit! Except that, we were out of my shaving cream! Water shave? Yikes, no! Can you say razor burn? So, I looked around the shower in desperation. Aha! Castile Soap…and some lavender essential oil. 

I poured a little of both into my hand and gave it a whirl. Wow, it worked better than my shaving cream (shh, don’t tell anyone)! Seriously, you get a nice glide, as well as the soothing lavender essential oil. Match made in heaven. Voila, 2-ingredient Non-toxic Shaving Oil!

Plus, you save a ton of cash by simply using Castile soap and essential oil! You can pick and choose which essential oil you would like to add, or simply leave them out altogether. I recommend leaving them in, though, because who doesn’t need a little added wellness support. Especially us Moms, when sometimes a shower is the only alone time you get — turn that alone time into a spa, even if its only for 10 minutes!

Here are a few of the essential oils that I recommend and why: 

  • Lavender: lavender is balancing, relaxing, and soothing to skin irritations
  • Frankincense: helps to maintain radiant skin, supports skin health, and is spiritually grounding
  • Geranium: helps tender skin and it has a calming aroma (it smells like roses to me!)
  • Tea Tree: it is cleansing and reduces the appearances of blemishes (for shaving the face)

…just to name a few, but I have used so many different singles and blends. Truly makes is a spa experience!

2-Ingredient Non-Toxic Shaving Oil

2-Ingredient Non-Toxic Shaving Oil

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This non-toxic shaving oil works better than shaving cream (shh, don’t tell anyone)! Seriously, you get a nice glide, as well as the soothing lavender essential oil.

Materials

Instructions

  1. Add soap to fill your bottle about 2 inches from the top (to allow room for the pump top).
  2. Add in 20-30 drops of your essential oil.
  3. Put pump top onto bottle.
  4. Use as needed for shaving.

Notes

If you plan to use glass bottles in your shower, then keep the bottle up in a basket so it doesn’t break on the tub or shower floor. I use glass because citrus essential oils can degrade the plastic, and I like to switch up my oils.

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