These DIY shower gel recipes are made with natural ingredients, making them beneficial for your skin. Customize the ingredients to suit your skin and to avoid allergies!
1. Easy Homemade Shower Gel
When you want a moisturizing bath to beat winter dryness, nothing like raw honey and vitamin E to boost hydration! This recipe includes all of these together with glycerin and castile soap for some suds action. Get the details here.
2. Homemade Moisturizing Shower Gel
This easy 10-minute recipe incorporates a fine balance of nourishing ingredients like coconut oil and foaming ones like castile soap. The addition of xanthan gum enhances the probiotic quotient, making it an excellent antidote for dry, acne-prone skin craving for some love.
3. DIY Gel with Orange Essential Oil and Shea Butter
With skin-healing and antibacterial properties, this soothing, orange-scented shower gel helps your skin to retain water, thereby negating the need for applying a moisturizer throughout the day. Get the recipe here.
4. Lavender Spruce Shower Gel
Blending liquid surfactants into shower gels is not easy. This easy DIY shows you how to do that to get an amazingly spreadable consistency that bubbles and lathers like a dream.
5. Homemade Olive Oil Shower Gel
Sure, this homemade shower gel lacks in the scent department, but its benefits are undeniable, thanks to the olive oil, which provides protection from sun damage and moisturizes deeply. Find the recipe here.
6. DIY Gel with African Black Soap
This easy DIY lets you enjoy the healing properties of African black soap in the form of a shower gel. It works equally useful as a face wash and so cuts down the number of products you need.
7. DIY Sugar Plum Shower Gel
Showering with this sugar plum shower gel feels more like a luxurious spa treatment, giving you all the energy you need to run down for more holiday shopping. And the recipe is customizable according to individual preferences, so you can use any tea you want instead of sugar plum.
8. DIY Sweet & Sassy Spruce Shower Gel
With ingredients like honey, vitamin E, and jojoba oil, this is a shower gel that your skin will thank you for. Plus, it has warm, spicy undertones, thanks to the cloves and a mild fruity fragrance of orange. Find further instructions here.
9. Homemade Gel From Castille Soap
This shower gel is a more travel-friendly version of your castile soap, with a heady, long-lasting scent thanks to the addition of essential oils like grapefruit, lemon, and geranium. Don’t forget some maple syrup for a runny texture. Here’s the recipe.
10. DIY Lemon Verbena Bubble Bath Gel
This bubbling, foaming shower gel lends a pleasurable bathing experience, one that indulges the inner child in you, and leaves herbal, spa-like aroma in your bathroom as well. Find complete instructions here.
11. Homemade Body Wash With Honey + Coconut Oil
For an ultra-hydrating bath in cold, dry winters, this honey-coconut body wash is your best bet. It smells like a dream, lathers easily and leaves a lingering scent in your bathroom as well. Here’s the recipe.
12. DIY Shower Gel
Now, this is one of those recipes that involve quite a bunch of minerals, but the results are worth the extra effort.
13. DIY Shower Gel From Scratch
If your skin is prone to frequent breakouts and you’re looking for a tried-and-tested recipe involving organic ingredients, this DIY is your answer. It includes glycerin for extra moisture and essential oils like chamomile and lavender that soothe skin.
14. DIY Lavender Spruce Gel
Probably one of the most balanced shower gel recipes in this list, this recipe includes glycerin for moisture, baking soda for some scrubbing action, sodium coco sulfate for foam and lavender for a heady, delicious fragrance.
15. Gel With Freshen Essential Oil Blend
16. DIY Rosemary Lavender Bath Gel
Infused with drops of two mood uplifting essential oils, lavender and rosemary, this energizing and foaming gel is just what you want to beat Monday morning blues. Here’s the DIY.
17. All-Natural Essential Oils Bath Gel
This insanely easy video shows you how to whip up a nourishing blend of shea butter, coconut oil and almond oil that leaves you soapy clean, without stripping off skin moisture.