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Sunny weather makes for perfect pool and beach days but sometimes we get a little TOO sunkissed which may cause some hot skin irritation.
Ouch! But don’t worry, there are some great essential oils for sunburn that will leave you feeling fresh and relieved after a day in the sun!
Today, I’m sharing an after-sun spray with essential oils for sunburn that is simple and easy to make using Young Living essential oils!
If you haven’t grabbed your Young Living essenial oils start kit yet, find out how here. You’ll fall in love, I promise!
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This spray will soothe your skin and make it feel so much better after a day of fun in the sun.
For this recipe, you’ll need a 1 oz spray bottle, pure aloe vera gel (be sure to use quality aloe vera gel without any icky additives), lavender EO, peppermint EO (optional, but it gives that nice icy feeling to it), and distilled water.
After Sun Spray
- 1 oz spray bottle
- 1.5 tsp pure aloe vera gel
- 4 drops Lavender EO
- 2 drops Peppermint EO
- Fill the rest with distilled water
- Shake and spray!
*Note: Store this spray in the fridge until you’re ready to use it so you get that EXTRA cool feeling.
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I hope this recipe will be helpful for you this summer and anytime you’re in the sun! Don’t want to go the DIY route? Young Living’s Lavaderm Spray is our favorite go-to for some soothing relief from too much sun.
Disclaimer: I am an independent distributor of Young Living. This information is for educational purposes only. I am not a doctor, all opinions are my own. This information is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. I cannot promise you any certain results. Read full disclaimer here.
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