This DIY Whipped Cooling Lotion is Perfect for Summer!
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You can make this super easy homemade whipped coconut oil cooling lotion! Not only is coconut oil great for so many different reasons, but you’ll find that this recipe is full of antioxidants, is super hydrating, soothing for bug bites, and cooling on the skin when you’re beating those hot summer heatwaves.
This easy recipe only requires 3 ingredients and chances are you may already have them at home! By blending some coconut oil, aloe vera gel, and peppermint essential oils you’ll have a fluffy, cooling lotion that your skin is going to absolutely love soaking up!
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The peppermint essential oil has a fresh, grassy-minty scent with an instant cooling effect. It’s safe to apply on your skin when diluted with other products and the minty fresh scent can even help with nausea.
Sensitive to peppermint? You can also use Plant Therapy’s lavender essential oil which is another great natural relief aid for itching and bug bites.
And if you didn’t already know, the consistency of coconut oil changes from a clear solid to a luxurious white body butter when whipped up so these two ingredients and the added cooling effects of aloe gel are a total match made in heaven!
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My Hip sidekick, Lina, came up with the original recipe for this whipped cooling lotion. Here’s what she had to say about it:
“This whipped cooling lotion is so soothing and moisturizing. I love incorporating coconut oil into my skin routine and this is a fun and easy way to do it – plus the Plant Therapy essential oil smells soooooo amazing!” – Lina
What an EASY way to get relief! 🙌🧊
As a bonus, you can also opt to add other essential oils such as lavender like I mentioned above, your favorite essential oil sent, or even none at all if you’re overly sensitive to them. That’s what I love about this recipe – you can totally customize this lotion based on your preferences and create a scent using any of Plant Therapy’s amazing options!
*This recipe is for external use only and should not be applied near the eyes or to your face. Please consult your pediatrician before using it on children.