DIY Tutorial: Bath Jellies

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When you enter a Lush store, it always seems like you’ve stepped into a bath heaven. You see lots of yummy-looking products that are so cute, you’d almost feel bad using them! The first Lush store was opened in the UK in 1994 by owners Mark and Mo Constantine. Mark Constantine used to mix various concoctions in his kitchen and became the supplier for Anita and Gordon Roddick (former owners of The Body Shop) in the 1970’s.

This DIY tutorial by Ann Le Shine will teach you how to make bath jellies that are inspired by the ones that are sold at Lush.

Tools and Materials Needed:

1. Empty Jars
2. Jojoba Oil
3. Clear Liquid Soap
4. Food Coloring
5. A Pack of Unflavored Gelatine



Comments/Suggestions:

1. This is a really cute DIY project! You can make use of all of your old jars and fill them up with these bath jellies. You can package them up and give them out to your friends and family. If you’re throwing a bachelorette party or any themed party, give your guests a personalized bath set. In a small paper bag or basket, fill it with a jar of your homemade bath jelly, a small bottle of lotion and body splash and a monogrammed face towel.

2. If you’re using an unscented liquid soap, you can add a few drops of fragrance oil or essential oil.

3. Jojoba oil is a great product that helps in moisturizing your skin because it contains a high amount of ceramides that cover the skin cells. It easily gets absorbed into the skin and doesn’t leave any residue.
4. If you don’t have any jojoba oil at home, you can try using olive oil. Soap tends to dry out the skin, so adding a bit of oil will help retain moisture.

5. Lush products can get a bit expensive, so this DIY will give you more bang for your buck.

6. If you have small kids at home, make sure that you keep these soap jellies out of reach. They might think that these yummy-looking things are edible.

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