Take care of your legs, underarms, face, and anywhere else you shave, year round with this 4 Ingredient Lavender Homemade Shave Lotion. This homemade shave lotion makes getting a close shave easy.
4 Ingredient Lavender Homemade Shave Lotion
Winter weather and temperature changes are wreaking havoc on my skin. The dry air and heater constantly running has left my skin itchy, ashy, and parched.
I've really run the gamut looking for new ways to help bring my skin through winter. Lower temperatures water in the shower, more exfoliation, and various lotions and creams have provided some relief but never really solved the problem.
Advanced Relief – moisturizes to heal and calm severely dry skin
Radiance Restore – moisturizes to heal and restore radiance to dry, dull skin
Deep Repair – Deeply moisturizes to heal rough cracked skin
Some of my favorite qualities of Vaseline lotions is that they're so lightweight with a light, pleasant fragrance. I've used Vaseline® Intensive Care Cocoa Radiant™ lotion, so I was really looking forward to trying some other lotions from Vaseline®.
The new Vaseline® Intensive Care™ Healing Serum line has the same qualities I love but it's also exfoliating and provides my dry skin with 10x the healing power* to reverse dry skin damage. (*”Moisturizes to visibly heal dry skin by 10x over time.”)
I love a product that multi-tasks and this one delivers. I've not only been applying the new Healing Serum lotion after my shower, but have also created a shaving lotion to utilize the healing and moisturizing properties as I shave.
4 Ingredient Homemade Lavender Shave Lotion
- 1/2 c. coconut oil, heated to room temperature
- 3/4 c. – (1) 6.8 oz Vaseline Intensive Care Healing Serum Advanced Healing Lotion
- 15 drops lavender essential oil
- 2 tbsp. lavender castille soap
- Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
- If coconut oil has not melted, microwave on medium heat for 20 seconds.
- To make a creamier texture, whip with an electric mixer for 3 minutes.
- Transfer to pint-sized canning jar to store.
Have you ever tried making your own homemade shave lotion? What's your winter beauty problem?