DIY Sunscreen That's Easy to Make
Have you ever considered making your own sunscreen? It's easier to make than you think. Find out why you should avoid traditional sunscreens from the store (hint: there are full of harsh chemicals), and learn how to make your own DIY Sunscreen.
Servings: 6 containers (2 oz each)
2 oz. roll-up containers
How to Use
Once it's cooled down, it'll have a thick consistency. Just put a dollop in your hands and rub together and then spread on the skin. Repeat until skin is evenly coated. Be sure to reapply at least every 45-60 minutes, especially if you're doing outdoor activities or swimming in the pool or ocean.
Keep it out of direct sunlight. It has the beeswax to keep it from completely melting but direct sunlight and a hot environment may make it lose its solid-like consistency.