DIY Natural Acne Prone Skin Face Oil

Made this for a friend, easy and helps with acne prone skin! As always do a skin test before using. I wait 24 hours before use.


18 grams organic sunflower oil

5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil


Wash an amber bottle, here I reused one from soaping!

Pour 18 grams Sunflower oil into bottle

Add the essential oil and shake well

Use sparingly on face and gradually increase amount if skin reacts well!

DIY Natural Sunburn Relief Cream

I whipped this up today for a friend! Easy and natural sunburn relief. As always do a skin test before using!


1/4 cup room temperature organic coconut oil

1/4 cup organic aloe Vera gel

10 drops Lavender essential oil

5 drops Peppermint essential oil


Mix coconut oil and aloe Vera gel

Add essential oils and stir

Smooth into sunburned skin to soothe and replenish moisture.

DIY Organic Infused Lavender Oil

I made this infused lavender oil to use in my soap and beauty products! Please note this is not Lavender Essential Oil which is a more complicated procedure.


Clean canning jar with lid

Organic Lavender Buds

Organic Olive Oil


Lightly crush the lavender buds with your fingers.

Add 1/2 cup of the lavender buds to a clean canning jar.

Fill the jar to the brim with the olive oil.

Close lid and shake gently!

Place on a window sill and gently shake daily.

The Infused oil will be ready in 3 weeks!

I’ll update after that! Smells lovely!

DIY Natural Coffee Eye Balm

New version of my coffee eye balm! Coffee oil is known for its wrinkle fighting properties as well as help with dark under eye circles!


1. 1 tbsp organic Shea Butter

2. 1 tbsp organic beeswax pellets

3. 1 tbsp jojoba oil

4. 1tsp Rosehip oil

2. 2 tsp handmade organic coffee oil


1. Heat Shea Butter, beeswax and jojoba oil in a water bath on the stove until melted, stirring often

2. Once melted remove from heat and add Rosehip and coffee oil, stir well

3. Pour into airtight container and put into fridge overnight to solidify

4. Use sparingly around eye area nightly!

DIY Natural Australian Pink Clay Mask

After doing some research on clays for masks I decided to try this. I did a test patch last night and my skin seemed fine so I made a fresh mask this morning and tried it! So easy and my skin feels amazingly soft and smooth and has a lovely glow! Pink Clay is the gentlest of clays and is great for sensitive skin. It helps shrink pores, softens detoxes, ands gently exfoliates skin. Rosehip oil had anti-aging benefits and helps moisturize and improve skin flexibility, and lavender essential oil is good for reducing redness and is anti-inflammatory! Honey is great for helping to unclog pores, is full of antioxidants and helps moisturize skin. At the end I posted a make up free selfie in natural light to show the effect the mask had on my skin.


2 tbsp water

1tsp organic creamed honey

1/2 tsp Organic Rosehip oil

2 drops Lavender essential oil

1 tbsp pink Australian Clay


1. Combine water and oils in a bowl

2. Slowly add water to the pink clay in a small bowl

3. Mix gently into a thin paste

4. Immediately paint onto a clean face and let dry 5-15 minutes. I used a face mask brush because it’s cleaner and more fun!

5. Rinse off gently with a warm facecloth

I recommend not using any moisturizer afterwards. I waited a few hours and applied a light moisturizer! This mask would be best before going to bed but I couldn’t wait!

As always, do a skin patch test before using

5 Minute Pizza Sauce

This is a quick and easy recipe for pizza sauce that will blown away store bought sauce! Granted I didn’t make the tomato sauce or paste homemade but in a pinch this works well!


1. Combine 1 jar strained tomatoes and 1 small can tomato paste in a bowl

2. Add 1 tbsp oregano, 1tsp garlic powder, 1tsp onion powder, 1tsp freshly ground black pepper, 2 minced garlic cloves and 1tbsp white sugar

3. Stir well and pour into jar

4. Can be stored in fridge for up to 2 weeks!


DIY Coffee Oil

Hi, a few weeks ago I shared the first part of making coffee oil. After a few weeks it’s done! I plan on using this to make my coffee eye balms. Coffee oil is known to help fight wrinkles and helps to reduce dark circles under eyes. I’ve been using my eye balm for about 2 months and noticed a huge difference! For this recipe I used organic olive oil, jojoba oil and organic fair trade dark roast coffee beans!


1.After grinding the beans and adding to oil I put my jars in a sunny spot and gave them a gentle shake every morning.

2.After three weeks it was ready! Here I first used a small strainer to strain the bigger chunks of the coffee beans into a jar

3.Next I strained the oil through cheesecloth to get rid of the tiny coffee chunks

4.I am storing the coffee oil in a cool, dry spot until I’m ready to use!

This was really very easy to do! Try it!