11 Perfect D.I.Y. Beauty and Spa Treatments to Gift for Kwanzaa

These 11 beauty potions are fun to make and perfect to give to friends and loved ones.

Virginia Lowman Nov, 25, 2015

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Kwanzaa is a time for family, food and celebration. As you prepare for Karamu and the gift giving that follows, we've taken the guess work out of what to make for the beauty girls in your family. These 11 DIY beauty treatments are sure to put a smile on every woman's face; you may even be tempeted to keep some for yourself!

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Remove makeup, cleanse and hydrate all at the same time!

1/2 Cup Distilled Water

1/2 Cup Rose Water

1 Teaspoon Castile Soap

1 Tablespoon Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Combine ingredients in a bottle and shake to mix the ingredients. Use as you would your normal cleanser.

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Hydrate and give your skin a healthy glow in just 3 setps! 

1 Cup Rose Water

1 Teaspoon Vegetable Glycerine

6 Drop Lavender Essential Oil

Directions:

Pour in a bottle and shake gently to mix the ingrdients. Apply to clean skin using a cotton ball.

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Treat your acne-prone skin with gentle, all-natural ingredients found in your kitchen!

1 1/2 cups Distilled Water

3 Tablespoons of Dried Basil Leaves

6 DropsTee a Tree Oil

Steep basil leaves in boil water, strain the liquid and add tea tree oil. Store in cool place and apply to clean skin with a cotton ball.

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Brighten dull skin and watch hyperpigmentation fade with this 4-ingredient elixir!

1/2 Cup Liquid Castile Soap

1 cup Distilled Water

Juice of 1/2 Lemmon

1 Teaspoon Vitamin E Oil

Directions:

Combine ingreditents in a squeeze top bottle and shake gently to mix. Be sure to remove any lemon seeds that may have passed through during process. Shake before use and use as a normal cleanser.

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Stimulate you hair follicle and soothe your scalp with invigorating tea tree.

4 Tablespoons Raw, Unrefined Virgin Coconut Oil

20 Drops Tea Tree Oil

Directions:

Combine melted coconut oil with Tea Tree oil and apply to clean, damp hair. Let mixture sit for 2 hours and rinse throrougly.

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For skin that's as glowy as it is sweet!

1 Cup Liquid Castil Soap

2/3 Cup Raw Honey

1/2 Cup Olive Oil

1 Teaspoon Vitamin E Oil

Directions:

Mix and lather on for the best shower of your life!

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Obviously suncreen is one of the most important parts of your skincare regimen! Now you can make your own formula at home!

1/4 Cup Coconut Oil

1/4 Shea Butter

2 Tablespoons Jojoba Oil

1 Teaspoon Vitmin E Oil

2 Tablespoons Zinc Oxide Powder

Directions:

Combine melted shea butter and coconut oil in container and mix in other ingredients. Pour into a container and store in cool place.

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Sugar, no spice, but everything nice!

1/2 Cup Coconut Oil

2 Tablespoons Coconut Milk

1/4 Cup Sugar

1 Teaspoon Lemon Juice

1 Tablespoon Lemon Zest

Directions:

Melt down the coconut oil for a few seconds then combine additional ingredients and story in a glass jar for future use.

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Unclog pores with the ultimate body mask!

1 1/2 Cups Distilled Water

1/2 CUps Laolin or Bentonite Clay

Directions:

Warm water over medium heat and stir in clay until it reaches a mud-like consistency. To use, apply mask to warm skin and rinse thoroughly.

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Because everyone can use a good foot soak!

3/4 Cup Epsom Salt

1/4 Cup Sea Salt

1/4 cup Baking Soda

1/4 Cup Dried Rosemary Leaves

20 Drops Essential Oil of your choice

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Because you can never have too many lipsticks!

Crayola Crayon

2 Tablespoons of Shea Butter or Coco Butter

1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil

Add Essential Oils of your choice for fragrance if you like.

Directions:

Melt a Crayola crayon of your choice over medium heat. Add the additional ingredients, stir, let cool and store in a small tub of your choice. If you're really feeling creative, mix a variety of crayon colors together for a one-of-a-kind shade.

Crayola crayons are primarily made from wax and pigment and completely safe to use.