DIY Tea Tree And Lavender Shaving Cream

DIY Tea Tree And Lavender Shaving Cream

DIY shaving cream

Summer being here means it is time to break out the razors and get those legs shaved and smooth. I don’t know about you, but I hate spending tons of money on shaving supplies, but my skin is sensitive and needs to be moisturized while shaving. So I knew I had to figure out a way to save some money and save my skin so I searched the internet to find a great diy shaving cream recipe and finally found a combination that I liked, and I thought I would share it with you!

Here is how to make this DIY Tea Tree and Lavender Shaving Cream:

shaving cream recipe

You Will Need:

  • 1/2 cup Shea Butter
  • 1/3 cup Coconut Oil
  • 1/ cup Almond Oil
  • 5 drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 5 drops Lavender Oil

Step 1: In a sauce pan add your shea butter and coconut oil and melt over LOW heat. Once melted add in your almond oil and stir to combine.

Step 2: Remove your mix from heat and place in a heat safe bowl. Add in your essential oils and stir. Place in the fridge and let harden overnight.

Step 3: Using your stand mixer or a hand mixer, whip your mix until soft and smooth. Spoon into a jar with a lid and store in a cool dry place.



How easy was that to make? This has got to be one of my favorite DIY recipe I’ve used and not only is it cheaper than store bought shaving cream, it makes my legs feel better! Using essential oils soothes and moisturizes your skin as you put it on, unlike shaving cream with soap, which dries your skin out. It also smells amazing! Side note- you will want to make sure that you clean your razor after using the oil so the cream doesn’t clog your razor! Happy Shaving!

Check out my other diy beauty products. I have bath bombs, soap, lotions, sugar scrubs and beauty solutions straight from your kitchen. All great to help stretch the budget and make sure you know what products are being used. Chemical free is the way to be!

2 Replies to “DIY Tea Tree And Lavender Shaving Cream”

  1. trying to determine how far in advance you can make this to give as Christmas gifts…. how long will they store/last. If i started now would they still be good to give in December.

    thanks for any advice you can give.

    1. I would think it would be good for 5-6 weeks. If it separates you can always whip it back together. I probably wouldn’t make it that far in advance though.

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