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.

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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9 Responses to “Baby Massage Oil Video”

  1. KeMira says:

    Such an easy baby oil, i love it! Baby Lilly is sooooooo adorable! You are so blessed Anne Marie :) Keep these tutorials coming :)

  2. Kathy 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?

  3. Lesli says:

    When my big girl was a baby, I massaged her every evening after her bath. It’s a fond memory.

  4. With weather getting colder, I think I’m going to have to make this just for my dry skin!

  5. Shirley says:

    Is this product safe to use on baby’s face and hands?

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