There’s no denying that cosmetic products are expensive, the all natural ones even more so. Fortunately, a number of products can be made at home without and fancy equipment and without any harsh chemicals, you know exactly what you’re putting into them.

Have a look at these 10 recipes for homemade cosmetic products which we’ve found for you.

Try this whipped body butter to soften and soothe your skin.

whipped body butter
From: naturalbeautyworkshop

This shampoo made from pure natural oils will help your hair grow faster and stronger. You can add a variety of oils to suite your hair type.

strenghtening shampoo
From: ehow

The soothing scent of lavender helps you to relax and de-stress while the natural oils will get to work on your skin, clearing blackheads and blemishes and reducing wrinkles. Try this face mask out after a stressful day at work.

soothing face mask
From: clones n clowns

Makeup removing face wipes are really expensive for what they are, try these long lasting makeup wipes out. They work just as well as the store bought ones and cost a fraction of the price.

makeup remover face wipes
From: coxquads.blogspot.fr

Try out a natural sunscreen which provides protection from the sun while moisturising and nourishing your skin.

light SPF sunscreen
From: sweetroots

This lemon and sugar face scrub helps to exfoliate and fights both acne and wrinkles.

lemon sugar face scrub
From: cocorrina

Indian skin care powder works to get rid of pimples, age spots, wrinkles and blemishes.

indian skin care powder
From: diybeautyblogger.com

This Epsom salt foot scrub will leave your feet feeling soft and also deodorised.

epsom salt foot scrub
From: nerdsandnomsense

Cuticle oil stops your skin from tearing, strengthens your nails and helps to heal your hands after a manicure. Follow this recipe for homemade cuticle oil.

cuticle oil
From: whatthegelnails.com

Shower jellies are perfect to cool off an exhausted body after a hard days work. They soothe your skin and help you to relax, they’re also super quick to make.

cooling shower jellies
From: lifeannstyle.com

Have you made your own cosmetic products? Let us know which recipes you’ve tried in the comments section below.

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