Did your skin get too much sun? Cool it down with this al natural, moisturizing, soothing DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream! Your skin will thank you!Summertime means “outdoor time” if you ask me!  I spend as much time as possible outside- gardening, swimming, hiking, or biking.   It’s all fun and games though, until someone gets a bad sunburn!  I try to remember to slather on the sunscreen before heading outside, but sometimes  I forget or just get caught off off guard.  It really stinks to reminded of this mistake when my skin is painful or peeling from getting too much sun. I made this DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream to help cool things down after getting cooked. I wanted the cooling effect for my skin, minus the artificial green and blue colored gels that contain who-knows-what chemicals!!!  

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Green and Blue colored gels scare me…. unless naturally colored of course.  In order to get a WONDERFUL cooling effect on my skin after a sun-filled day, I made this DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream.  It is all natural, safe, and effective.  It leaves your skin cooled, moisturized, and glowing after use. I use a blend of Young Living Essential Oils to nourish sun quenched skin.  I ONLY use these because they are steam distilled and cold pressed without the use of harmful chemicals in production.  They are one of the only companies that has a Seed to Seal guarantee, meaning at least a 28 step process that ensures the purity of the oils.  You can visit any of the YL farms around the world to see the process and where the oils you purchase come from! That’s really important to me!

Aloe Vera Gel– Aloe Vera gel is filled with antioxidants which help to heal, moisturize, and soothe irritated skin.

Jojoba oil– Jojoba oil resembles sebum, an oil produced by the human body.  This oil acts to hydrate, moisturize, and soothe skin- keeping it glowing and subtle.

Shea Butter Unrefined, organic Shea butter has fatty acids which help to neutralize free radicals in the skin. This helps skin stay healthy and smooth.

Coconut Oil- Coconut oil is a natural antibacterial, anti-fungal, moisturizing oil that does wonders for skin health!

Young Living Essential Oils:

Peppermint–  The menthol in the peppermint oil makes your brain think that the area is cold.  Therefore, your skin gets a cooling effect.

Lavender– The properties in the lavender oil help to calm, soothe, and relax irritated skin.

Frankincense– Frankincense promotes skin regeneration and helps soothe skin, reversing the irritated state.Did your skin get too much sun? Cool it down with this al natural, moisturizing, soothing DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream! Your skin will thank you!

Here’s what you need to make 4oz :

Did your skin get too much sun? Cool it down with this al natural, moisturizing, soothing DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream! Your skin will thank you!

Here’s what you do:

  1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl. Be sure the cocoa butter and the coconut oils are warmed so that they become very soft- like creamy butter consistency.
  2. Once incorporated, fill a 4oz glass jar with the mixture.
  3. Keep it in the refrigerator so that when you apply it to your skin, it feels cool as can be!

Did your skin get too much sun? Cool it down with this al natural, moisturizing, soothing DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream! Your skin will thank you!

***Please note that [obviously} getting a sunburn can be serious.  If you have cracked, bleeding, or blistered skin from a sunburn, please ask your doctor first before applying. I am not a doctor and am not suggesting a cure as one!

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6 Comments on DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream

  1. This looks like the perfect cream when you get a little too much sun. Cool and refreshing and smells nice.
    Thanks for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesday,
    Bev

  2. Just what I need to make right now! I am so delighted that you shared your healthy DIY Natural After Sun Cooling Cream with us at the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party!Thank you so much for sharing your gems and for your support! All the best, Deborah

  3. I love this, but I must be hungry because all I can think about now is buttercream frosting, lol! It does look a lot like it! This sounds absolutely amazing and even though I’m not in the sun alot, I think I’ll make it!

    Thanks for bringing this by Throwback Thursday!

    Mollie

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