What I Made Wednesday – April Edition

Hey friends!

Thank you so much for checking out the April Edition of What I made Wednesday. Today I am sharing with you my daily skin care routine. The products are a mix of things I make myself and clean products that I have tested and verified that work well for me.

I have gone ahead and linked some of the products I use so you’ll be able to purchase them for yourself, if you please. Some of the links on my blog are affiliate links. This means that if you make a purchase through one of the links, I will receive a small commission, at no additional cost to you. Purchases made through these link help support my blog and podcast. My promise to you is to only share products that I use, love, and recommend.

Let’s get started!

DIY Makeup Remover

I have tried many different recipes for makeup removed and by far, this one if my favourite!

What you’ll need

Glass jar with a seal
20-30 Organic cotton rounds
4 tbs Coconut oil, fraction
4 tbs Distilled water
2 tbs Alcohol free Witch Hazel
4 drops Young Living Lavender Oil
2 drops Young Living Frankincense

Directions

Mix all liquid ingredients into your glass jar. Close the lid and give it a quick shake.

Place your organic cotton rounds into the jar and let liquid soak in, Depending on the thickness of your rounds, you may be able to fit more or less depending on how much liquid soaks in.

That’s it! I used 1-2 rounds on my face depending on how much makeup I am wearing. Please please PLEASE make sure you use alcohol free Witch Hazel for this recipe. It REALLY burns around your eyes if you don’t, trust me 😉

Face Cleanser

I have been using the Young Living Orange Blossom face wash for over a year and I seriously love it. It leaves my skin feeling smooth and moisturized. I place a pea sized drop on my Clarisonic Cleansing Face Brush and it’s more than enough to cleanse my whole face and neck.

I’ve also seen people use in a foaming pump bottle if you prefer a foam cleanser. I will have to try that out!

This product is currently out of stock, but if you’re interested I can contact you as soon as it’s available! Leave your contact information here.

Face Toner

This toner recipe leaves my skin feeling moisturized and tight (in the good way!)

What you’ll need

4 oz Glass spray bottle
2 tbs Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 cup Witch Hazel (with alcohol)
1/2 cup Distilled water
10 drops Young Living Lemon Oil
10 drops Young Living Lavender Oil
+ One of these next oil options
10 drops Young Living Tea Tree Oil for acne prone skin
10 drops Young Living Frankincense for more moisture
5 drops Frankincense 5 Drops Tea Tree for the best of both worlds

Directions

Mix everything into your glass spray bottle. Done!

I choose to spray directly onto my face and neck following cleansing my face. You can also spray onto an organic cotton round and apply to your face that way too.

Moisturizing

I’m not kidding when I say this combination is really the DREAM TEAM! 🙌

What you’ll need

3-5 drops 100% Organic Argan Oil
1 drop Young Living Frankincense Oil

Directions

Place 3-5 drops of argan oil + 1 drop of frankincense oil in your palm and mix together. Apply to your face and neck.

That’s it for me on this edition of What I Made Wednesday. Please let me know what you think of these recipes once you’ve tried them out! I’ll be back next month to share some more homemade + clean products that I use and love.

If you simply cannot WAIT a whole month for more handmade, homemade, clean product goodness I have some good news for you! I have decided to feature some of my favourite makers + bloggers here on the What I made Wednesday platform! Here, they will share their personal products, recipes, and clean ideas with you. Stay tuned for next Wednesday for our first featured guest!

If you have any questions about the products or recipes that I have shared with you today please contact me! Also, reach out to me if you’re interested in being featured on What I made Wednesday you can email hello@wildrosefarm.com

Much love,
Katelyn✌




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