Soothing Aloe Vera Peppermint Spray

What’s a better way to help soothe a sunburn than Aloe? Peppermint E.O. of course! Peppermint essential oil is thought to be soothing and cooling. Hungarian Lavender blends wonderfully with Peppermint, and adds an extra touch of healing. This spray works wonders to help soothe and calm minor sunburns. For us Washingtonians who so rarely see the sun, it is a much needed addition to our cosmetic arsenal!

What You’ll Need:

10 oz Aloe Vera Liquid
2 oz Cucumber Water
3 mL Optiphen ND
10 drops Peppermint 2nd Dist. E.O.
5 drops Hungarian Lavender E.O.

Hardware:

(3) 4 oz Blue Glass Spray Bottles **Available only at Otion**
Waterproof Labels
Scale
Pyrex
Droppers (3)
Funnel (optional)

*Not local? You can get all of this and more at Bramble Berry! Plus they will ship directly to you!*

Directions:

Weigh out 10 oz Aloe Vera Liquid into a glass pyrex.

Add 2 oz Cucumber Water.

Using a dropper, add 3 mL Optiphen ND to prevent bacteria growth.

Using a clean dropper, add 10 drops of Peppermint E.O. for a cooling effect. You can add more if you would like it to be stronger.

Using a clean dropper, add 5 drops of Hungarian Lavender E.O. for an additional soothing touch. You can add more if you like.

Mix well.

Pour into 4 oz Blue Glass Spray Bottles. You can use a funnel or carefully pour straight from the Pyrex.

If you would like to add a label, print on waterproof labels and attach as shown.

NOTE: The labels we used are not suitable for resale. If you are interested in selling and want to know more about how to properly label your items, check out this Soap and Cosmetic Labeling book that we offer.

To use, spray generously to sunburns 3-4 times a day to help soothe irritated skin.

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Love Aloe for sunburns, but thinking you want to try something a little different? Check out this Soap Queen blog on Skin Soothing Aloe Cubes!

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