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How to make your own lush shower jellies

Make Your Own LUSH Shower Jellies

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These shower jellies are really easy to make and much cheaper than the ones from lush. Firstly, fetch a mould (silicone preferably).

These shower jellies are really easy to make and much cheaper than the ones from lush. Firstly, fetch a mould (silicone preferably).

Set aside the mould and get your bowl out. Don't use a plastic one, as you're handling boiling water and there is a chance it could melt if you pour it in.

Set aside the mould and get your bowl out. Don't use a plastic one, as you're handling boiling water and there is a chance it could melt if you pour it in.

Gather your ingredients together. Empty 1 sachet of gelatin into the bowl and add the boiling water. Stir until dissolved, then add in half a cup of conditioner/soap/body wash & stir.

Gather your ingredients together. Empty 1 sachet of gelatin into the bowl and add the boiling water. Stir until dissolved, then add in half a cup of conditioner/soap/body wash & stir.

Stir in the conditioner/soap and when mixed in, add the essential oils. When I made this I added neroli & sweet orange. I suggest adding lavender oil :))

Stir in the conditioner/soap and when mixed in, add the essential oils. When I made this I added neroli & sweet orange. I suggest adding lavender oil :))

Stir in the essential oils and if you want it, add your food colouring (optional). Stir it in. Then, get your mould and spoon it in. If you don't have a mould, use a cup or container.

Stir in the essential oils and if you want it, add your food colouring (optional). Stir it in. Then, get your mould and spoon it in. If you don't have a mould, use a cup or container.

When you have poured the mix into the mould/cup, put it in the fridge for 4 hours or until set. These are really fun diy projects & are cheap and fun to use! Follow & like for more guides - angie :))

When you have poured the mix into the mould/cup, put it in the fridge for 4 hours or until set. These are really fun diy projects & are cheap and fun to use! Follow & like for more guides - angie :))

  • 0.0c conditioner OR soap
  • 20.0 drops essential oil/s of your choice
  • 1.0 sachet of gelatin
  • 1.0pch of salt
  • 1.0c boiling water
  • a silicone mould
  • 3.0 drops of food colouring (optional)
  • bowl to mix it in
  • spoon