Aphrodite DIY Kit 01
Gorgeous skin guaranteed with this homemade perfumed body oil recipe!
A combination of 4 carrier oils, one essential oils and dry rose petals. This natural DIY oil is ideal for nourishing, softening, and repairing the skin.
It's your turn!
Learn how to make your own homemade and all natural recipe with Potion Kitchen’s DIY boxes. In this box, you’ll find all the ingredients and tips to make your own blend.
The box contains everything you need to make the Aphrodite Perfumed Body Oil.
Rich in the restorative oils of Saint John’s wort & Sesame, and nourishing oils of Almond and Avocado, the mix is topped with Vitamin E and the luxurious Patchouli essential oil.
Apply it during shower before toweling or on dry body and massage in circular motions.
Perfect to use an aphrodisiac body & massage oil.
The Wound Healer
Saint John’s Wort Oil: Historically used for the treatment of wounds, scars & burns. This oil has wonderful anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and astringent effects. St John's Wort Oil calms inflamed skin, helps soothe and repair damaged skin, and soothes scars and heals minor burns.
Sesame Oil: High in zinc and aids in collagen production. Your skin also deserves some care, it gives it more elasticity to repair any damage.
The oil has great moisturizing properties, contains plenty of minerals such as potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. Also contains vitamins A, B1, B2 and D and it is rich in lecithin. Simply said, it is the kind of fat to love.
Sweet almond oil is packed with Vitamin E, fatty acids, proteins, and potassium. It is also thought to help with itchy or irritated skin. Perfect for many DIY skin care routines including hair serums, facial and body moisturizers. Indulge with our almond oil for skin and hair and see the wonders it can do for you.
Patchouli Essential Oil
Widely popular in aromatherapy, mood-enhancing Patchouli Essential is used for grounding and promoting emotional balance. It is known to uplift negative mood, promote relaxation, ease tension, soothe inflammation and it also works as an aphrodisiac by stimulating sensual energy.
Dry Rose Petals
Dried rose petals Roses have many benefits that relax the body, reduce stress and promote glowing skin by sealing moisture into skin cells. The rose petals can be used in so many DIY skincare recipes and can turn into many wonderful things.
Packaging & Equipment
1 x 250 ml Measuring beaker
1 x Wooden Spatula
1 x 100 ml Amber glass jar & closing pump
1 x Label to give an identity to your creation
How to DIY
1- Prepare your equipment, wash your hands and tie your hair.
2- Inside the beaker provided, pour almond and avocado oils.
3- Add the Wound Healer blend
(Depending on your preference you can add more Avocado for nourishment, Almond for moisture or the wound healer for extra repair)
4- Based on how intense you want the scent and the effect to be, add 20 to 40 drops of the patchouli essential oil
P.S: Don’t Mess with Essential Oils!
When applied topically, Essential Oils should be used in dilution and in small amounts. Using the oil directly or in high concentrations can potentially cause skin irritation. Test the essential oil on a small part of your skin for any irritations/allergies prior to usage.
5- With the mixing tool, blend thoroughly your potion.
6- Pour your blend inside the glass bottle provided.
7- Add the sticker label.
Hair: Apply equal amounts of Almond and Avocado oil to the hair before showering from the roots to the tips. Leave in for one hour or overnight for better results. Gently wash the hair afterwards.
Body soak: Add a few rose petals and 7 drops of essential oils to your bath tub for a cozy and yet refreshing experience.
Bath Salts: You can also simply add the rose petals to a handful of sea salt create a luxurious bath salt.
Face steam: Place a handful of dry rose petals in a pot of water (2 cups) to create a detoxifying face steam.
Body Perfume: Apply 3 drops of the aphrodisiac Patchouli essential oil topically to temples, back of neck and wrists. Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
Diffuser: Diffuse 6 drops aromatically to encourage the release of serotonin and dopamine (feel good hormones) in the body.
Baby Oil: Almond oil can be used in any season as it is rich in vitamin E. It also smells great and makes baby’s skin soft and supple. We recommend using pure almond oil for baby’s massage.
Wound Healer: Apply the blend of Saint Jones wort and Sesame topically on superficial wounds, scars and burns on regular basis.
Inside the box: Bonus Recipe for ROSE INFUSED BODY OIL!