Rose Lotion Bars

rose lotion bars

Lotion bars are a favorite DIY project for beginners and experienced alike. They’re easy to whip up and make great gifts! These rose lotion bars are tinted a light pink and contain rose essential oil for scent.

For the full recipe, click HERE to see my post on HobbyFarms.com!

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11 Responses to Rose Lotion Bars

  1. JES says:

    These look gorgeous! I hope you can link up some of your wonderful recipes on our new link up this week :) I am heading over to Hobby Farms to check out your recipe!

  2. Margaretha says:

    Love the idea of the Rose Lotion Bars but cant seem to access the recipe!

  3. kelila says:

    This looks wonderful ! I am just wondering, how long is this able to keep?

    • Jan says:

      Hi Kelila! We use lotion bars up pretty fast, so I’ve not kept any past a few months. However, if kept in a cool place where they won’t melt, my best guesstimate is around 6 to 9 months. Shelf life depends a lot on the freshness of oils used to make the product and how well it’s stored.

  4. Linda says:

    Beautiful! Can rose clay be added instead and how much would you recommend?

  5. Jennifer says:

    I wanted to make lavender lotion bars, and thought of coloring them. Is it best to use a mica for this, or would it be possible to do it with blackberry juice/red cabbage/red onion? Thanks!

    • Hi Jennifer! For lavender, I’d use Purple Brazilian Clay (You can buy it from brambleberry.com). The juice from fruits or veggies are water-based, so sadly won’t mix with the oils. I don’t have much experience with mica, but it may work as well! :)

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