We had a beautiful and sunny Saturday in upstate New York. I was showered and dressed with my sunscreen applied by 8 o'clock. I know better, but I didn't take the time to reapply my own sunscreen that day. I burn so easily. While I didn't get a major burn by any stretch, I found myself with super sensitive and pink skin above the v-neckline of my shirt.
I had a little bit of a prickly heat rash on my arms as well. I itched and was just extra sensitive.
Whenever my skin is being temperamental like this, I reach for a super easy, gently spray I make.
When I was selling skin care, this was a huge hit in the summer time to help calm sunburned skin. It also works well on many people with eczema or those with dry, itchy skin in the winter time, too!
Today's DIY: Botanical Soothing Body Mist
If you click the ingredients, it will link you where you can buy them.
In a bottle with spray top, combine the following ingredients:
1.5 ounces Aloe Vera Juice
1.5 ounces distilled water
1.5 ounces green tea extract
1.5 ounces white peony tea extract
1 ounce lavender hydrosol