Learn how to make this easy DIY Ginger White Tea Cocoa Butter Soap with just 3 simple ingredients!
During this past year, I discovered how easy and rewarding it is to make my own skin care products. When I was talking with my sister months ago, she mentioned that she had a favorite lotion that had white tea and ginger, and so when I was at Trader Joe’s a few weeks after our conversation and stumbled upon Organic Ginger Pear White Tea, I decided that I had to buy a box and see what I could make with it. That box of tea has been sitting in my bedroom waiting for months, but I finally got around to making my first bath and body product with it.
It smells so heavenly…and after reading about the benefits of both white tea and ginger essential oils, I couldn’t wait to start using it!
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This soap couldn’t be easier to make because it uses a melt and pour soap base (in other words, you can skip the complicated part of soap making and simply enjoy the process of making your own, beautiful, fragrant soaps).
Homemade soaps make amazing gifts! So if you’re looking for a last-minute holiday gift or you simply want something to soothe your dry winter skin, then this soap is a perfect project. With just a few minutes of work, you can make your own unique soap.
Benefits of Ginger:
Here are a few things that ginger essential oils can do:
- Helps reduce mental fatigue
- Eases motion sickness, colds, achy muscles and migraines
- Aids poor circulation
- Boosts the immune system
- Remedy for seasonal affective disorder
- Effective digestive aid
- Soothes the respiratory system.
- Antioxidant properties may reduce premature aging
Benefits of White Tea in Skin Care
I am personally not a tea drinker, so I was excited to learn that white tea’s incredible antioxidant benefits could be enjoyed with topical use. Here are just a few of the things that I read about the benefits of white tea:
- Helps maintain healthy and youthful skin and reduces wrinkles
- Aids in quick repair and recovery of damaged skin
- Protects skin against effects of UV light
- Reduces risk of cancer and rheumatoid arthritis
Please note: the above information was found through my reading about both white tea and ginger essential oils, but should not be mistaken for medical advice. I am an independent distributor of Young Living essential oils, not a doctor or medical professional. Please do your own research and talk to your doctor with questions. If you have questions about essential oils, feel free to send me a message!
Get the instructions to make this homemade soap HERE:
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