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Heather’s recipe uses shea butter, a moisturizing oil, beeswax and one other ingredient. The bars are very easy to make. Since these homemade sunscreen bars don’t have the high SPF ratings of chemical-laden, commercial products it’s important to apply the lotion frequently when you’re in the sun.
Here’s another tip: Homemade lotion bars will often melt in higher temperatures. If you’re going to the beach, I’d suggest putting the wrapped lotion bar in a small cooler.
Click on the Homemade Sunscreen Lotion Bars Recipe link below to see Heather’s recipe.