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DIY Rosemary Smoothing Body Oil

DIY Body Oil

I just recently did a post on a facial oil, explaining how potent and pure an oil is compared to a lotion.  I probably don’t need to mention how incredibly easy it is to prepare an oil for the skin.  It can be as simple as opening a bottle!  But, today we should make something decadent for our loved ones-something that will suit many needs including poor circulation, cellulite and dry skin.

I think everyone could use extra circulation.  The more circulation, the healthier the skin.  When their is good blood flow in the legs, cellulite lessens as well as vein issues are relieved!  Luckily there are several things that help rev up blood flow.  Massage is a great way to encourage circulation as well as exercise.  One of the best essential oils for blood flow is rosemary.  I also use macadamia nut oil and sweet almond oil for added moisture.  Shea butter is excellent for replenishing skin as well.

Rosemary Smoothing Body Oil

5 TBSP. Macadamia Nut Oil (find it HERE)

2 TBSP.  Sweet Almond Oil (find it HERE)

1 TBSP. Shea Butter (find it HERE)

1 tsp. Vitamin E oil (find it HERE)

20 drops Rosemary Essential Oil (find it HERE)

10 drops Lavender Essential Oil (find it HERE)


  1. Fill a medium sized pot 1/2 way full of water.
  2. Place a glass pyrex bowl with a spout in the water and turn the stove top on to medium heat.
  3. Add macadamia nut oil, sweet almond oil and shea butter to bowl.
  4. Allow to melt.
  5. Remove from heat and add vitamin E oil and rosemary oil and lavender oil.
  6. Pour into a 4 ounce bottle.

Don’t forget a label!!  I have made a label you can save to your computer and print from your own printer using the Avery website.  I used THESE labels for this size bottle.  I also enjoy using Stick You for my labels because they are waterproof and turn out gorgeous.  Sticker You is affordable and easy to use.  They ship fast and you can print different labels on 1 page.

xx, Jenni


Smoothing Body Oil Label


  1. I made this recipe and I am not liking the smell of the Rosemary. What EO can I add to it to give it less of a medicine smell? Love the texture though. Thank you

    • Martha-I know. It’s a very minty yet medicinal smell. It does pair well with lavender. I’m not sure, but geranium is amazing for an oil like this and it is so strong. It wouldn’t take much to overpower the rosemary. I’m just not sure if the smells work together. You don’t know until you try it.

  2. Thank Jenni! I tried the lavender which didn’t smell too great with it. Then I added geranium but still kinda iffy. So I’ll just use this myself. I made a separate one for a friend but only used geranium; which, was a hit.

  3. Hi, Thank you for this recipe , sounds amazing I already use oils for everything including my face and when I was looking for a recipe to make body butter I saw this and think I’m gonna try it instead , I had bought ingredients for body butter including cocoa butter , could I use this instead of Shea butter ?
    Thank you and hope to hear from you soon 🙂

  4. Thanks Jennifer. I kind of like the rosemary smell blended with lavender. I keep it in Infinity Jars to preserve the smell, freshness and effectiveness of the oil for a long time.

  5. Hi Jenni!

    I recently made this body oil to take to the spa for a massage appointment. It was FANTASTIC! The therapist kept raving about it and I could not get over how soft my skin feels (which is already outrageously soft from one of your body butter recipes)! This will definitely become a daily staple for me!


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