EO Bandz | September Recipe of The Month

July 13, 2020 1 min read

EO Bandz | September Recipe of The Month

Recipe of the Month 

Even though summer is coming to an end, you are still getting A LOT of sun. In addition to using your DIY sunscreen before & during your sun exposure, this After Sun Spray is a great way to soothe your irritated, hot skin.

You only need two essential oils & two other ingredients to make this is quick and effective After Sun Spray!

PEPPERMINT - 10 drops 

  • Provides a cooling effect when applied topically. 

LAVENDER- 10 drops 

  • Helps calm and soothe irritated skin.

WITCH HAZEL - 5 drops 

  • Helps protect your skin from damage by acting as a barrier.

ALOE VERA - 2 tablespoons

  • Helps moisturize the skin.

Combine all ingredients into a 4oz spray bottle, secure the spray can tightly again and shake well to combine. Make sure you snake the bottle well before each use.

TIP: Store your After Sun Sprayin the refrigerator for an extra cooling and soothing effect!

You can find the After Sun EO Bandz label in all of our Medium Bandz Collections



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