This aftershave will help to calm and moisturize irritated skin. We show you how to make an all natural aftershave that works great for razor burns.
Shelf Life: 6 months—1 year
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Benefits: Witch hazel and aloe vera will soothe razor burn while the vegetable glycerin and vitamin E oil will moisturize and condition the skin.
Tea tree is antibacterial, and lavender helps to heal wounds, which will come in handy when you nick yourself shaving!
Tips and Tricks: This aftershave can also be used to soothe the skin after waxing.
Variations: Lavender essential oil can be replaced with camomile, and tea tree with eucalyptus.
How to Use: Put a few pumps/drops onto clean fingertips and pat over area that was just shaved.
Level of Difficulty: Easy
Watch the video below for a step-by-step tutorial for making this homemade aftershave.
Tools & Supplies
- Measuring cup and spoons
- Sanitized glass bottle with pump or dropper lid
Place all ingredients into a glass bowl and whisk until combined.
Using the funnel, pour the mixture into a glass bottle.
Can also be applied with a cotton ball.
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