Baby Massage Oil Video

Really, this could be called ‘Human Massage Oil’ since it’s not just good for babies but boy oh boy, little babies do love it. =) In this Soap Queen Short, I show how to make a baby massage oil and then try it out on Lily. She loved it. If you don’t have a baby, this recipe is also a wonderful massage oil for anyone, especially those with sensitive skin. By the way, Lily nailed her part in this video on the first take – she’s a natural.

Note: The Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil has been discontinued. The kit now includes Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil

To make this recipe you will need:

To make the infused Calendula oil follow the instructions in this video or in this e-book and use:

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  1. carolina_girl says

    I came across the lavender chamomile huggies (type) on the Brambleberry website. Could I use these in the place of the lavender and chamomile that is in the current ingredient list?

      • Kelsey says

        Hi there!

        Absolutely! Keep in mind that our fragrance oils are synthetic, while the essential oils used in the recipe are 100% pure and natural. That is something to consider when adding the fragrance. :)

        Also, you can use Hungarian Lavender or Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil. They would smell great in this recipe!

        -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

        Hungarian Lavender Essential Oil:

        Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil:

        • carolina_girl says

          Thank you so much for getting back with me. I don’t want to keep you tied up, but I have one more question… I’m very new to this and would appreciate any help that you can give me. It is extremely important to me that everything I make is all-natural. You mentioned that the lavender chamomile huggies (type) is sythetic. I was under the impression that everything on the Brambleberry site was all-natural unless otherwise stated. I didn’t notice anything about this product begin sythetic in the description. How do I know if an item is sythetic while navigating through their website? I apologize if I am totally confused. Thank you again for your time! I can’t wait to try this recipe, but I want to make sure I understand everything before I attempt it. :)

          • Kelsey says

            Hi there!

            Absolutely, I am more than happy to help!

            The term natural isn’t regulated, so everyone’s definition is a little bit different. I can tell you for sure our fragrance oils are synthetic, as they are created in a lab. However, our essential oils come from plants and don’t have any synthetic ingredients.

            This recipe uses oils derived from nature, but argan oil is refined. Some may consider that natural, while others do not.

            Argan oil:

            I would recommend checking out the ingredients and descriptions on to see what’s in the products. It may also help to do a little research to determine what you feel comfortable using. :)

            Also, the Natural vs. Organic post is very helpful:

            -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Shirley!

      Absolutely! The oils are very gentle and soothing for your baby’s skin. If you’re going to be using it on the face, I would recommend not adding essential oil. It may be a bit too strong right by your baby’s nose!

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

  2. says

    Lovely video, adorable little girl! I’ve used sweet almond oil before, in lotions and cold process soap, and find it to have a notoriously short shelf life. Can you suggest another oil with similar properties that’s longer lasting?

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