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Pain Relief Lotion Bars Recipe

Pain Relief Lotion Bars Recipe
Lotion bars are one of my favorite natural beauty recipes to make. They are a simple way to moisturize and nourish the skin and they can be easily customized for a variety of uses. This variation is one of my favorites, especially for after athletic training or on sore muscles. I don’t use it during pregnancy, but it is great at other times. I also make a diluted version by using half as much Menthol and Essential Oil and omitting the Arnica oil for use on the kids when they get growing pains. These natural pain relief lotion bars smell excellent and work wonders on sore or tired muscles! Pain Relief Lotion Bars Pain relief lotion bars help soothe the pain of achy muscles naturally with herbs and natural remedies. Author: Wellness Mama Recipe type: Remedy Ingredients Instructions Combine all ingredients in a quart size glass mason jar and carefully place this jar in a small saucepan of water on the stove.Turn the burner on and bring water to a low simmer. How to Use: Don’t Want To Make Them?

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