Mountain Rose Herbs. I found a recipe in one of her books I have, and decided to give it a go. If you have rashes of any kind from this disastrous heat/humidity combo, or just want a nice, light powder, here’s my adaptation of her baby powder recipe. Please note: as with all skincare products, I highly recommend using organic sources, as your skin is the largest organ of your body. Freshening Powder ½ cup arrowroot powder ½ cup white clay (also known as Kaolin powder clay) 1/16 cup comfrey root 1/16 cup slippery elm powder 1/16 cup dried lavender leaves Place comfrey root and lavender leaves in a coffee grinder, and process until they are a powder-like consistency. Combine all ingredients in a leftover jar you have around the house, shake well to combine and cover with a lid. Keep it in a cabinet free from light and excessive humidity. Shake before using (as with many natural products), and use fearlessly! The lavender leaves will add healing properties, as well as a light, pleasant scent to the powder. Note that when you rinse your hands, your hands may feel a bit slippery—that’s the lovely elm powder doing its magick! 😉 You can make this into a paste by adding a bit of water if you wish, but this is completely optional, and is based on your needs.