Diy Sunscreen Wp

Here is best sunscreen remedy for you.  Everyday exposure to the sun is important to your overall health; it’s the overexposure that could cause some issues. Sunshine exposure is the best way for your body to create health protecting vitamin D.

The recipe of this remedy below for a natural homemade coconut oil sunscreen uses a variety of oils and produces more of body butter. It is safe for the whole family to use but make sure that children do not ingest it either intentionally or unintentionally.

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The essential oils you insert will be a matter of personal preference although in general citrus oils, in particular, should not be used as they are phototoxic meaning they will actually cause burning. Carrot seed essential oil has a natural woody, earthy scent.

This is rich body butter, so a little goes a long way. You should discover all of these ingredients online or at your local health food store.

Homemade Coconut Oil Sunscreen Recipe


1/4 cup coconut oil

1/4 cup shea butter

1/8 cup sesame or jojoba oil

2 tbsp. beeswax granules

1-2 tbsp. zinc oxide powder (optional)

1 tsp. red raspberry seed oil 20-30 drops

Essential oils of your choice (lavender, rosemary, vanilla, and/or peppermint are nice)


  1. Using a double boiler or a small pan over very low heat, dissolve your coconut oil, sesame or jojoba oil, beeswax, and shea butter jointly. The beeswax will be the last to melt.
  2. When the beeswax is melted, take away the mixture from the heat and let cool to room temperature. If you’re using zinc oxide, whisk it in at this point, being careful not to create a lot of dust. If there are some lumps, that’s OK. They will break up when you beat the body butter in step 4.
  3. Shift the mixture to the fridge for 15-30 minutes. You desire it to start to set up, but still be soft enough to whip.
  4. Take the mixture out of the fridge and using a stand mixer or hand mixer, start to whip it. Sprinkle in the red raspberry seed oil, and any necessary oils of your choice, and continue whipping until the mixture is light and fluffy.
  5. Use as you would any normal sunscreen. Application rates will depend on your activity and exposure to water. Store in a glass bottle in the fridge between uses.

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