Natural Dusting Powders and Supplies Rachel's Supply is proud to present this line of premium handmade powder making accessories. Making a natural, soft and fragrant talcum type body and dusting powder without talc ( which can contain abestos ) is very simple to do and very economical and is a lot of fun to do!
This luxurious homemade dusting powder gives skin a soft & silky feel.. Use it straight from the shower or after applying body oil or whipped body butter for the smoothest skin you’ve ever had.. Plus it helps you keep cool, dry, and smelling-fresh all day – perfect year round, and especially in the heat & humidity of summer.
In today's post, I'll share my recipe for making your own dusting powder and share why it's the awesomest thing to have on hand for hot, sticky days. Ingredients to Avoid. There were a lot of questionable ingredients in this brand's body powders, (and worryingly they promoted dusting one of them onto your private parts for silky encounters!).
DIY Homemade Unscented Body Powder Recipe. Everybody finds themselves in need of a little moisture control from time to time and a simple homemade body dusting powder is the perfect fix. Whether you’re getting sweaty being all athletic or if it’s just hot out having a good homemade body powder handy can make all the difference between being ...
And the good news? It is simple to make your own body powder at home! How To Create A Homemade Floral Body Powder Create Your Base. Many body powders found in commerce are made with talc which can be harmful to airways when breathed and has recently been investigated for carcinogenic properties (American Cancer Society, 2016).
Cocoa Butter Body Dust. 6 tsp arrowroot starch (you can also use cornstarch or wheat starch) 4 tsp kaolin clay 10g cocoa butter. Combine the cocoa butter and 2 tsp of the arrowroot powder in your DIY coffee grinder and blitz into a fine powder. Transfer the powder to a bowl or jar, and add the rest of the starch and the clay. Stir to combine.
With the warm weather almost here, it’s time to think of ways to stay dry, feel fresh, and enjoy living. And a nice, soft, and really easy to make body dusting powder is just what you need.
Basic Body Powder Recipe. Submitted By: Sandra. Summary: Dusting Powder . Ingredients: 1 cup kaolin clay - any color 1/2 cup baking soda 2 cups arrowroot or corn starch. Fragrance oil-several drops. Instructions: In a large bowl, mix by hand, the 3 dry ingredients until they are well combined.
You know the saying…”you learn something new every day?” Well today I learned that making your own bath and body powder could not be easier or faster! 3 ingredients…less than 5 minutes…and you have your own customized powder for personal use or gift-giving! I decided to make mine “unscented”…but you can certainly use your favorite essential oil in this recipe.
There aren’t a ton of homemade deodorant powder recipes around, so I scoured the internet and found a few awesome homemade deodorant powder recipes. I haven’t tried out all of these recipes myself yet, but they all use basic non-chemically ingredients that should all mix together to fight odor, and absorb moisture.