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Diy OK For Kids Aches & Pains Lotion Bar Recipe

DIY OK For Kids Aches & Pains Lotion Bar Recipe

Whether it has been a long week of sports practice or your little one has hit a growth spurt, soreness and muscle strain are inevitable. Our new OK For Kids Aches & Pains blend is effective in aiding just that…aches and pains! So the next time your little one plays a little too rough on the soccer field, pulls a muscle while wrestling or has growing pains in the middle of the night, let Aches & Pains provide comfort and relief.

Aches & Pains was purposely formulated with Lavender, Lemon, Frankincense, Juniper Berry, Sweet Orange, Sweet Marjoram, Petitgrain, East Indian Sandalwood, Helichrysum, Ginger, Blue Tansy, Osmanthus, and Spikenard to bring relief to those tired little muscles. Take a prediluted Roll-On with you to the park, or try this ache-relieving lotion bar after a soothing salt bath!


1 oz Soy Wax

1 oz Shea Butter

1 oz Coconut Oil

18 drops OK For Kids Aches & Pains

2 oz Tins

Silicone molds

Double Boiler

The how to

1. In a double boiler, melt soy wax and shea butter over low heat, stirring occasionally. Once fully melted, remove from heat.

2. Add Coconut oil and Aches & Pains and stir until combined.

3. Quickly pour the mixture into the silicone molds (should yield two or three bars).

4. Refrigerate until the mixture has fully hardened, and place the lotion bar in a tin for storage. Take Aches & Pains with you when you’re on the go, and apply to your little ones tired and sore muscles.


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4 Responses

Edens Garden

March 25, 2019

Hi Tabatha! The colors of the labels don’t indicate any information about the essential oils, but rather were chosen with aesthetic in mind. We do offer a few oils that are phototoxic, in which case we’ve included a phototoxic warning in the “Safety & Shelf Life” section.

Edens Garden

March 25, 2019

Hi Lauretta! Here is a recent blog post with a recipe you may find helpful: https://www.edensgarden.com/blogs/news/the-best-essential-oils-for-swelling

Tabatha Kee

March 25, 2019

Are essential oils photosensitive?…is that the reason for the color of the bottles and the need to store into tins…and how bad is it…does it reduces its potency?

Lauretta Edwards

February 06, 2018

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