Cooling cinnimon Body powder- Crafts & Homemade Items

I actually found this on this site under homemade christmas gifts and decided to make it this morning and OMG it smells so awesome . I LOVE IT . and its soooo easy to make .( i used cornstarch) 1/2 cup cornstarch or arrowroot powder 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon Mix together the

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    I actually found this on this site under homemade christmas gifts and decided to make it this morning and OMG it smells so awesome . I LOVE IT . and its soooo easy to make .( i used cornstarch)



    1/2 cup cornstarch or arrowroot powder
    1 tablespoon ground cinnamon


    Mix together the cornstarch and cinnamon until well blended.


    Sprinkle on skin to help alleviate heat rash. Avoid overly sensitive body areas.


    Works wonderfully & smells delicious.

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    Default Re: Cooling cinnimon Body powder

    I wander if there is any way to make Lavender body powder.

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    Default Re: Cooling cinnimon Body powder

    I wander if there is any way to make Lavender body powder.
    Yes, it's really simple actually:

    1/2 cup cornstarch or arrowroot powder
    15-20 Drops Lavender Essential Oil (NOT Fragrance Oil).

    Place the powder in a ziploc baggie, add 5 drops at a time, seal bag, squish squish squish, open bag, add 5 more drops, close bag, squish, squish. Etc. repeat until powder is desired strength.
    ~Enjoy!~

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