DIY Body Oil Spray to lighten stretch marks and scars

Our skin tends to dry off easily and it needs to be moisturized. We may drink plenty of water to remain hydrated, however the moisture in the air can leave the skin chapped and dry. Regular oiling not only helps to treat dry skin but also to rejuvenate the skin cells, prevent stretch marks and lighten scars. Below is a recipe for body oil spray that can keep your skin healthy and soft –

DIY Body Oil Spray for silky smooth and glowing skin


Aloe vera: Aloe vera is an excellent source of vitamins, and makes an amazing natural moisturizer. It is a popular remedy to reduce scars and stretch marks.

Jojoba Oil: Jojoba Oil is a natural moisturizer and helps in nourishing the skin from within.  It is formed from the extracts of jojoba seeds and is known for its aroma. It helps in the secretion of sebum. If you have chapped skin and are finding it difficult to manage, jojoba oil can be your best buddy.

Argan Oil: If you are infected by germs and are a victim of red patches, itchiness and other skin related ailments, try argan oil. It is rich in Vitamin E which is a major skin healing ingredient. This oil helps in skin lightening and dryness. There are times when there is too much oil secreted by sebaceous gland making the skin look more greasy and oily. Argan oil helps to keep a balance between the natural oil secreted by these skin glands.

Lemon Oil – s popular in cosmetic applications as it reduces scars and marks on the skin.


Things you need-

  • 1/4 cup Aloe Juice
  • 1 tablespoon jojoba oil
  • 1 tablespoon argan oil
  • Few drops of lavender oil

DIY Body Oil Spray to lighten stretch marks and scarsDirections-

In a spray bottle, add jojoba oil and argan oil. Pour in aloe juice and shake well.

Use a turmeric body scrub while in shower to get rid of dead skin. Spray the body oil on skin after shower and massage it in to prevent stretch marks and fight scars, leaving your skin smooth and healthy.

DIY Body Oil Spray for silky smooth and glowing skin

Caution: Patch test before use. Women who are pregnant shouldn’t use essential oils.

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