When I first started making my own homemade beauty products, I felt like it was too expensive for me to start making them. It seemed like every DIY beauty product recipe had a list of ingredients and I only needed a few ounces of each product to make something.
Would it REALLY be more cost effective to make these natural beauty products on my own, rather than purchasing them in the store?
The more you begin making your own DIY natural cosmetics, the more you see it all basically comes down to these 10 ingredients. Have these 10 ingredients and you can make just about anything you want! These are the 10 most frequently used DIY beauty supplies and where to find them; the things that you should invest in and nothing you shouldn’t.
If you can’t afford all the supplies right away, not to worry, just purchase one new ingredient every paycheck!
10 Most Frequently Used DIY Beauty Supplies and Where to Find Them
Click the title of the ingredient below to see where to find it…
(You can get this at your local health store or places like Fred Meyer for around $7-$8.)
- Liquid Castile Soap
- Vitamin E Oil
- Aloe Vera Gel
- Beeswax Pellets (or bar)
- Almond Oil
- Grapeseed Oil
- Cocoa Butter
- Shea Butter
- Coconut Oil
- Essential Oils (I get mine here: http://www.ForHisGlory.us)
- Print this list and check off each one as you purchase it for your stock pile.