Don’t forget about your cuticles! Hydrate your nails with this DIY Cuticle Cream made with shea butter, coconut oil and a secret weapon essential oil. Avoid winter dryness with this life-saver cream.
Oh SHE! How we’ve missed you. It’s been far too long since we stopped by on this space. People often ask us what’s going on with you and it’s really hard to explain our emotions and relationship with you. We love you, but until we figure out how to clone our entire team, sporadic post drop-ins are the way of your future!
But even though we may not be stopping by this space as often as we’d like, there’s certainly no denying how much Team SHE loves hanging out and creating behind-the-scenes. DIYs, recipes and just being creative in general is our jam so we choose to spend our spare time doing just that…if only we had more spare time!
Something we’ve all been working on is making the time to care for our bodies. Lee loves her massages, you all know how I feel about my facials and face masks, so naturally we needed to give @LinleysHands a little TLC too. Those hands get rough and dirty for Fit Foodie Finds so we put our heads together to come up with this DIY Cuticle Cream.
Thankfully, our friends over at Aura Cacia had similar ideas that made our spa night game plan infinitely easier. To check out how we created an EPIC DIY girl’s spa night, be sure to head on over to The Healthy Maven. We looooooove our essential oils, so it was perfect to be able to pull out the exact blend we wanted for our hair, face and nails without having to worry about mixing it ourselves. Be sure to check out their DIY Essential Oil Blends here. I’m not lying when I say they’re awesome!
But for today’s post we wanted to focus on nail care and specifically their DIY Nail Care Blend. It’s made up of Tea tree, coriander seed, palmarosa and lavender essential oils mixed with shea butter and coconut oil for a hydrating cuticle cream. Though I think all of Team SHE ended up using it all over our bodies because it made our skin so smooth.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Aura Cacia. We were compensated for our time, however all opinions are entirely our own.