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Jul
23

Unscented Cosmetic Bases


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Unscented Cosmetic Bases

So you have your line of soaps going. People love them! They smell amazing, and customers love how they make their skin feel! Well, now you are looking to expand into other bath and body products to enhance your line of soaps. No matter if you do melt and pour, cold process or hot process, people love when they can buy a whole product line of a fragrance they love! Here is where Nature’s Garden’s unscented cosmetic bases come into play. Creating your own lotions, body perfumes, liquid soaps and bath whips have never been easier! Just add in your fragrance of choice, some soap colorants and bottle it up! Whether you are creating for just you and family, or to add to your product line, the sky’s the limit when it comes to making your own bath and body products!  Natures Garden’s unscented bases are perfect if you are just beginning as well!  It is the perfect way to learn and get started!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Imagine BaseUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Imagine Base

Up first is Nature’s Garden Imagine Base. The name for this unscented base is perfect because all you have to do is imagine the multitude of things that can be made with this versatile product! From antibacterial foaming hand soap or foaming body butter, to bath gel or body wash. These are just a few of the possibilities that can be made using Imagine Base. For a foaming hand soap, you just need to add your fragrance of choice and package it in a foamer bottle. Simple and quick! However, if you would like a thicker product such as a bath gel or body wash, you can create this by adding a natural thickener, such as Xanthum Gum, to help thicken up the Imagine Base.

Nature’s Garden has quite a few recipes to help you get started! You can start with something easy such as Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap and move on to some fun cupcake soaps that will impress everybody with your creativity! Simply click on the link above and click the recipe button to lead you to what you can create!  In fact, some recipes are even listed right in the description.

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Multi-Base Lotion

Nature’s Garden has 3 types of multi-base lotions that allow you to create multiple natural lotion based products by simply adding distilled water! Natural Goat’s Milk Lotion, Natural Soy Body Butter and Natural Yogurt Lotion Base.  Create products like face cream, body lotion, body frosting, body mousse, body butter, massage lotion, and spray lotion mist all from this one base!! Another fact, our lotion bases can emulsify up to 2% of additional oily components, so more elaborated skin care products can be easily made!

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Natural Goat's Milk Lotion BaseUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Natural Goat’s Milk Lotion Base

Our first lotion base is the Natural Goat’s Milk Lotion Base! Goat’s Milk is used heavily in soap making. Goat’s milk is exceptional for people who have sensitive skin and are prone to eczema or psoriasis. It’s rich in vitamins, minerals and alpha hydroxy acids that help remove dead skin cells and leave a soft, healthy skin behind! Customize your lotion to fit your needs or the needs of your customers! Nature’s Garden has developed a lovely recipe using our goat’s milk lotion base! Shimmering Bronzing Lotion is a perfect summertime addition! Made with organic cocoa powder and a touch of 24K Gold Mica, you can have a warm, healthy glow to your skin with no harsh chemicals added!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Soy Body ButterUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Soy Body Butter

We all know how good soy can be for your body! It’s a perfect substitute for those who are lactose intolerant, or for those who want to simply live a healthier lifestyle. Soy in skin products have been shown to benefit those who have a combination oily/dry skin. It can help reduce wrinkles and may help reverse sun damage!  It’s an incredibly versatile product!  Now you can create a natural, skin-loving product for you or your customers using our Soy Body Butter! Create products like face cream, body lotion, body frosting, body mousse, body butter, massage lotion, and spray lotion mist all from this one base!! 

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Natural Yogurt Lotion BaseUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Natural Yogurt Lotion Base

Yogurt is so healthy for your insides! It provides Vitamin D, calcium, protein plus those probiotics are said to help keep your gut moving smoothly! However, yogurt is also good for your skin! It leaves it soft and hydrated, can tighten pores, helps to reduce blemishes and can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles. With Nature’s Garden Natural Yogurt Lotion Base, you can create 6 types of lotion products to fit your needs or your customer’s needs! Keep it all natural with no fragrance or add an infusion of herbs or essential oils to help give your product some added benefits!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Odor EliminatorUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Odor Eliminator

Up next is our Odor Eliminator! This is a popular seller here and I love this stuff! In fact, I personally no longer have to buy that expensive fabric refresher or even body spray! I can make my own and use the fragrances I love! With the Odor Eliminator, you can create a line of body sprays or perfumes to compliment your other bath and body products! Or air freshening sprays that will knock those stinky bathroom smells away. You can even create fabric fresheners using fragrances for aromatherapy! Simple, economical and sure to be a hit in your home or for your clients! We have some easy recipes that you can use to help get you started! Simply click on the link above and then click on the recipe button to get started. I know you will love this odor eliminator as much as I do!

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Ritzy Bath GelUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Ritzy Bath Gel

So you think you can only buy bath gel at the grocery store? Wrong! You can custom create your own bath gel and smell how you want to smell! Our Ritzy Bath Gel bubbles like crazy and will help moisturize your skin or even your hair! It’s also thick enough to suspend glitter if you want to some added sparkle to your bath time! Simply chose a fragrance that you love, add the recommended usage amount found under the description of your fragrance, enhance it with a liquid soap colorant and give it a shake! You’re done! You can even use essential oils to this bath gel and keep it as natural as possible!

As a side note, some of our fragrances can thin out the gel base. To thicken it back up, simply create a slurry of Xanthum Gum (the natural thickener we mentioned above) and distilled water. When the slurry is properly combined, you can add it to your thinned bath gel. It will gel back up in no time and you are set to go!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Ritzy Bath Gel RecipesUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Ritzy Bath Gel Recipes

Nature’s Garden has a couple of fun recipes you can create using our Ritzy Bath Gel. The first recipe is a Foaming Bath Salt recipe. This is a wonderful bath salt that will both cleanse and moisturize! We chose our lovely French Lavender fragrance oil. A perfect, relaxing scent of lavender to help you unwind from the day! Our next recipe is a Foaming Bath Jelly! We used our Ritzy Bath Gel and some unflavored gelatin to create this fun, foaming bath jelly that the kids will love to use! We chose our Kissing and Telling fragrance oil to scent this bath time concoction with. This scent is a  yummy blend of passion fruit, grapes, with a touch of floral greenery to it!

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Stinky No More WashUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Stinky No More Wash

How about creating your own soap that you can use in your washer? Stinky No More Wash is an odor eliminating liquid soap base that is body safe and can be used in an array of different ways. You can simply add Stinky No More Wash in with regular laundry detergent to remove bold odors that your laundry detergent won’t remove (such as mechanics clothing).  You can use Stinky No More Wash as a carpet cleaning solution or even as a pet shampoo to remove pet odors. Since this base is unscented, you can use any of our body safe fragrance oils to add your own personal scent to your laundry, your pet or to help freshen the carpets in your home.

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: Whipped Soap BaseUnscented Cosmetic Bases: Whipped Soap Base

Next, we have our Whipped Soap Base. This is a best seller here at Nature’s Garden. So you can create many things with this base. With this base you can create your own bath frosting, shaving soap, foaming body butter, and foaming sugar scrubs.  Simply whip our base with a mixer, add fragrance oil and coloring (if desired), and spoon into jars. It will remain fluffy and not deflate!  Our rich, luxurious-feeling whipped soap base bubbles up and has a lovely lather that leaves your skin feeling soft and moisturized.

So now you want to make something with this awesome base, but not sure how or where to start? Nature’s Garden has a plethora of recipes that use this base. Whether whipped up on its own with some fragrance and color or made into a frosting to top off some soaps that look like dessert ready to be eaten, this product is fun to work with! Follow the link above to our whipped soap page to see all the types of fun things you can create!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: All-Natural Lip Balm BaseUnscented Cosmetic Bases: All-Natural Lip Balm Base

Last, but not least is our All-Natural Lip Balm Base. Our lip balm base is 100% all natural and is made with only the finest, top-of-the-line ingredients (several of which are also certified organic). The ingredients are coconut oil, beeswax, organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter and vitamin E. Since our lip balm base is all natural it does not have any sort of chemical taste like so many lipstick/lip balms out there do. Also, the container our lip balm comes in a heavy duty solid white container to keep the sunlight out. When you are ready to make something, you can pop this whole container into the microwave to melt the base. If you are not using it all at once, the remaining will solidify until next time!

 

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: What’s the Big Deal

Most people want to know why you would want to buy this lip-balm base. For starters it’s a time saver and a money saver! No need to buy all the separate ingredients when they are all ready to use in a single one pound tub! In fact, with one container you can make 90-94 lip balm tubes or 65 1/4 ounce lip balm pots! That’s a lot of stock right there! Second, our lip balm can be used to make more than just lip balm!!  You can use the very same base to create your own all natural solid perfume or your own lotion bars.  This base can be used to create an all-natural vapor rub or you can use this base to create your own foot balm even.  Why buy numerous ingredients to make these products when all you need is this one base? It’s truly an economical buy!

Unscented Cosmetic Bases: And Another ThingUnscented Cosmetic Bases: And Another Thing

Another positive factor is our lip balm base feels smooth and silky on your lips and is naturally moisturizing to your lips.  Like many petroleum based lip products, our lip balm base is not tacky feeling or greasy! It goes on like a dream and absorbs beautifully! We have some wonderful recipes to help you get started on the road to lip balm making!  We also offer a starter kit that includes a 2 ounce container of lip balm base, 2 flavorings, 2 lip tints and assorted tubes and containers. It’s a perfect way to experiment and create before you get started on the big stuff!

 

There you go friends! We hope you enjoyed our presentation on Nature’s Garden unscented cosmetic bases and maybe found some inspiration to create. There are so many options for creating products customized just for you or your customers! With the over 800 fragrances to choose from, the possibilities are endless! If you feel like showing off any of your products, give us a shout out! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents) or Instagram (@ngscents). We even have a show and tell section on our web page! Hope to see you on there!

Jul
11

Types of Cosmetic Salt


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Types of Cosmetic SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt

There are a many different types of cosmetic salt that you can use to create some fantastic bath and body recipes. These wholesale salts have different minerals and properties that you can use with other bath and body supplies to nourish your entire body. These cosmetic ingredients available at Natures Garden can be used to exfoliate and detoxify the skin. Further, many of these wholesale bath salts have different properties that can be used to add some nourishing properties to your whole body. So, you can use this blog to learn about the different benefits of these salts and we will even share some recipes that you can create with these cosmetic salts!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt

Epsom Salt naturally occurs when naturally formed chalk meets non porous London clay in Surrey England. This natural salt can be used to care for the body. Some people soak in Epsom salt in the tub to reduce pain from muscle soreness, cramps, bruises, or strains. Also, insect bites and stings have been known to be relieved by this salt. After using this salt, your skin will be left feeling soft and clean. If you want to learn about some other uses for this cosmetic ingredient, then you may want to check out our Epsom Salt Class to learn about all the Epsom salt products that you can create.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt Recipes

You can buy bulk Epsom salts to create all kinds of wonderful handcrafted bath and body recipes. First, you can use this cosmetic ingredient to create the Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe. This wonderful cosmetic ingredient is useful for soaking in the tub to relax and soothe your aches and pains. Also, you can use this cosmetic ingredient in a handmade salt scrub, like the Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe. You can use a salt scrub recipe like this to exfoliate the dead skin and renew the skin underneath with the properties of the cosmetic oils and butters.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt

Another salt that you can use in your cosmetic recipes is the Dead Sea Salt. This salt is almost exclusively used for cosmetic recipes and beauty supplies, as this salt contains many minerals that are beneficial for the skin. So, you can perfectly incorporate this recipe in your own cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic salt is said to be help with healing for the skin. This wholesale bath salt is known to decrease water retention, reduce signs of aging, relax muscle tension, and increase circulation. Additionally, it is thought that this salt can be useful for dealing with dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground

First, you can use the Fine Ground Dead Sea Salt with your other bath and body supplies to create some skin loving recipes. The fine ground sea salt can be used to make great exfoliating recipes that can easily remove dead skin and help rejuvenate the new skin. Plus, you can use this salt to create a nice salt soak through bath and body recipes, like bath bombs or fizzies.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use this fine ground salt in all kinds of recipes. First, you can use this dead sea salt in the Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe. This salt scrub is perfect for exfoliating your skin as well as nourishing the body with beneficial minerals. Plus, this recipe is perfect if your are looking for sea salt scrubs to tighten skin. Additionally, you can add this salt to the Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe, which is perfect for adding to a bath. So, you can enjoy the relaxing benefits as you lay back in the tub.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground

Another way to gain the benefits of this salt is by using Coarse Ground Dead Sea Salt. This cosmetic ingredient has all the same wonderful benefits in a slightly larger form. So, you can perfectly use this salt for things like decorating the tops of your recipes or to soak in the bath. Plus, these larger bath salt crystals are perfect for nourishing your body and relieving stress.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

One recipe that we used the wholesale Dead Sea Salt is our Rainbow Bath Salts Recipe. This bulk sea salt, combined with our other bath and body supplies, is perfect to create a gorgeous and effective bath recipe! Adding a scoop or two to your bath will provide you with fun bubbly .  In addition, it is scented with the gorgeous aroma of Celestial Fragrance Oil. Furthermore, this coarse salt is able to provide the body with some fantastic benefits.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt

Next, we have a gorgeous salt that was created in an ancient sea near the Himalayan mountains. Overtime this sea began to disappear and now the salt has been left behind. Now, this mineral rich sea salt is mined right near the beautiful mountain range. So, you can use this fantastic salt to create all kinds of wonderful cosmetic recipes.

Some have found that using this cosmetic ingredient in a salt soak can be beneficial for detoxifying the body, as the salt helps release toxins as your skin absorbs the minerals in the salt. Also, some have found that pink salt can be useful for clearing out your nasal passages using a Neti Pot. Plus, the pink salt can be useful for shrinking pores, reducing oily skin, promoting healing, and exfoliating dead skin. Further, this salt has been thought to be useful for killing bacteria that causes acne. So, this salt is a beneficial cosmetic supply for your recipes.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground

Another great cosmetic salt that you can use in your recipes is the Fine Ground Himalayan Pink Salt. This beautiful pink salt is perfect for providing your skin with beneficial properties and your products with a lovely appearance. So, you can easily create recipes that are pretty, pink, and wonderful for skin care.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use pink Himalayan salt to create some fantastic recipes for your skin. Both the Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe and the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe can be useful for rejuvenating the skin. Further, these scrubs contain oils that can be useful for nourishing the skin after the salt exfoliates and nourishes the skin with minerals.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use Coarse Ground Himalayan Pink Salt to create your cosmetic recipes. This salt contains all the fantastic benefits of the fine pink salt with larger, crystal appearance. So, you can easily add this salt to decorate your bath and body products and add some extra nourishment. Additionally, the Himalayan pink salt wholesale is one of our coarse salts that is known to help purify the air. So, it can be beneficial to use this salt in wax melt recipes. 

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

The gorgeous Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe uses both fine and coarse salts to create a bath bomb recipe that will care for your entire body. Plus, these differently textured salts are able to create beautiful effect in the final product. Additionally, you can use this coarse pink salt to create the Pink Salt Potpourri Recipe. This salt is mixed with a scrumptious fragrance and DPG Solvent Liquid to create a fantastic potpourri recipe. So, you can take a scoop and add it to your potpourri burner to enjoy a clean, spice aroma in your home.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt

The Black Hawaiian Salt is sometimes referred to as Lava Salt and has a unique color. Although it is called black salt, the natural form is actually a reddish black color. This unique color comes from the presence of various minerals, which provide some wonderful properties. This salt is thought to relieve pain of sore muscles as well as from a sunburn. Also, this cosmetic herb will slow signs of aging and promote healthy cell activity. Further, our cosmetic Hawaiian Black Salt contains activated charcoal powder to create a dark black appearance. Not only does this create a gorgeous appearance, but it adds some cleansing and detoxifying properties to the herb.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

Also, you can use the Fine Ground Hawaiian Black Salt to create some wonderful bath and body recipes. Both the salt and the activated charcoal will work together to care for your skin. You can use the cosmetic salt to reduce inflammation, promote healthy skin growth, and reduce muscle soreness. Further, the activated charcoal will help the salt pull toxins from your skin and clean your body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

This blend of natural salt and activated charcoal is fantastic for cleansing the body. So, it would be perfect to include in cp soap recipes, like our Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe. This homemade soap recipe includes a dusting of this cosmetic salt to provide extra cleansing and exfoliation properties to the bar. So, you will have a soap that will leave your skin feeling fantastic.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use the Coarse Ground Hawaiian Black Salt in many of your handcrafted recipes and still maintain all of the same benefits. Of course, this black salt uses both the lava salt and the activated charcoal. However, the coarse is larger and can be used to enhance the design as well as care for the body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

For example, the coarse salt was perfect for creating the Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe. This bath and body recipe includes both the fine and coarse black Hawaiian black salt, but the coarse salt is perfect to make the lump look more like real coal. So, both of these salts can be useful for creating a recipe that is unique, skin loving, and beautiful!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Using Salts for Cooking

There are many different types of salt that you can incorporate in your bath and body creations. Each of these beautiful salts have a slightly different mineral content that can be used to nourish the body. However, skin care isn’t all that these salts are good for. The food grade salts are each unique and have a slightly different flavor. So, each type of salt can be perfect to add to specific dishes to enhance them better than any other. For example, the black Hawaiian salt would be amazing for pork and seafood and the bold flavor of Pink Himalayan salt is perfect for cooking. So, check out The 12 Different Types of Salt + How to Use Each by Wide Open Eats to learn a bit more about the flavor of a few different kinds of salts.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your QuestionsTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any other questions about these cosmetic salts, then you can check out our Cosmetic Salts Class. Also, you can ask us any of your questions about these cosmetic supplies or any other herbs, too! You can find us online, in the store, or on the phone. Anyone that wants to find us online can use any of our social media pages. We have a Facebook page that you can contact us through. Also, we are on both Twitter and Instagram using the handle @ngscents. We hope that you enjoy these cosmetic salts and have fun creating your very own bath and body recipes!

May
22

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?


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How Do I Naturally Color Soap?How Do I Naturally Color Soap?

Many people are curious about how they can color their homemade soaps naturally. Of course, there are vibrant soap pigments and dyes, but what are my options for coloring soap? More importantly for all natural soap makers, How Do I Naturally Color Soap? Well, its simple, just use some cosmetic herbs. While not every herb is pigmented, there are many herbs out there that can be used to provide some wonderful colors. Plus, many herbs come with some added benefits for the body. So, Natures Garden has compiled a short natural soap colorants list that can be handy for the average soap maker.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How Do You Add Herbs To Soap

Since herbs are a great way to naturally color your homemade soaps, you will want to know the ways that you can incorporate them into your recipes. Depending on the form that they come in, there are a few methods you may want to know. First, we have the easiest herb in incorporate, which is powdered herbs. The powder can simply be added to the recipe either before the CP soap reaches trace or before pouring your MP soap. Also, you can add the herb to vegetable glycerin to break up chunks before adding it, but this isn’t always necessary.

Next, we have the whole herbs, which include things like flower petals or cinnamon sticks. While there are instances where you want to add whole herbs to your soap, you don’t need this for coloring. So, these herbs can either be added in tea form or an oil infusion. For the tea all you need to do is steep your herbs in hot water to create a tea and use this as the water portion of your recipe. If you aren’t using water in your recipe, then you will want to do an oil infusion. So, you will need to create an herb oil by either allowing your herbs to soak in one of your oils for 4-6 weeks or add them to the pot as you oils melt. After, you will just need to strain out the herbs.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Creating a Yellow ColorHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Creating a Yellow Color

One fun color that you can achieve naturally in your homemade soaps is yellow. You can use highly pigmented herbs, like Annatto, Saffron, or Turmeric Ground, that are perfect for adding some color to your natural soaps. Plus, there are added benefits of turmeric powder in soap that you can get from a synthetic colorant. This cosmetic herb is well known for its many health benefits, which includes benefits for skin care. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, which has been found to help reduce redness or dark circles. Also, this herb is antibacterial, which could be beneficial for a clear face. Furthermore, this pigmented herb has antioxidant properties, which is a property that is perfect for anti-aging products. If you’d like to learn more about this herb, then check out Turmeric Class.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Orange NaturallyHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Orange Naturally

Another great natural colorant is Carrot Powder, which provides a creamy orange color. Plus, this herb is absolutely wonderful for the skin, as it is full of vitamins and minerals that skin loves. This herb repairs and tones the skin, reduces wrinkles and scars, improves circulation, increases elasticity, and nourishes the skin with beta carotene. Also, since this herb tends to clump you may want to use vegetable glycerin to incorporate this lovely herb.

 

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Naturally Color Soap PinkHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Naturally Color Soap Pink

Another fun color that you can include in your natural homemade soap recipes is pink. Actually, there are a few different herbs that you can choose between to get some pretty pink hues. First, we have the Hibiscus Flower Powder. This herb is gorgeous, smells lovely, and is amazing for your skin. What’s not to love? In fact, hibiscus has been referred to as “the Natural Botox plant”, and for good reason. This herb is known to be gentle as it moisturizes, cleanses, tones, and reduces wrinkles! If you want to know more, check out our Hibiscus Class.

A second option for coloring your soaps is the Beet Root Powder herb. One great thing about this her is that it is perfect for taking care of your face. In fact, this herb has been known to work great for reducing skin blemishes, pore size, and acne. If you’d like to learn more about this herb, then check out our Beet Root Powder Class.

Lastly, you can create a gorgeous pink color for your bath and body products using the Rose Clay Powder. This pink cosmetic clay is gentle, natural ingredient that contains kaolinite. This herb gently exfoliates, draws out toxins, reduces inflammation, and increases circulation. Plus, it is gentle for even the most sensitive skin. It is a powerful and kind herb that is perfect for creating naturally colored soaps.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Recipe for Naturally Pink SoapHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Recipe for Naturally Pink Soap

We used the lovely beet root powder to create a wonderful recipe for face soap. Our Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe using only a few ingredients, including melt and pour soap, to create a recipe that is fantastic for the skin. The beneficial properties of this herb are perfect for skin care and beauty.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Natural Soap Colorants for Melt and PourHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Natural Soap Colorants for Melt and Pour

Also, you can use the Rose Clay Powder to create naturally colored melt and pour soap. We used this cosmetic pink clay in our Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe, as herbs are the best way to be able to swirl soap. While this recipe also uses pink soap pigment to create a more vibrant pink, this clay can work perfectly all by itself too. In the Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe, we used rose clay to perfectly color the bottom portion of this gorgeous bath and body recipe.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Creating a Brown ColorHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Creating a Brown Color

Also, you can use herbs to create a natural brown color in your homemade soaps. One herb that you can include in soaps is the Black Walnut Hulls Powder. Not only can this herb be used to create a brown hue, but it can be added to vibrant colors to mute the color. Furthermore, this cosmetic herb has some fantastic properties for the skin! This herb has antifungal properties that have been known to treat acne, herpes, athlete’s foot, cold sores, and even warts. Plus, it can even be used to treat yeast infections and ringworm. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of this herb, then take a look at our Black Walnut Hulls Class.

Another great herb that can be used to create a deep chocolate brown is Cocoa Powder Organic. This cosmetic herb was used as an organic colorant and for its beneficial properties. This cosmetic herb promotes healthy skin tissues, firms and renews skin cells, and promotes healthy skin cell development. Plus, it works as an antioxidant and helps to repair any damaged skin, improves blood flow to the skin, helps to improve skin hydration and complexion. It even absorbs UV light into the skin. If you want to learn more about this fantastic herb, then you can find out more in our Cocoa Powder Class.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Naturally Colored Chocolate SoapsHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Naturally Colored Chocolate Soaps

Cocoa powder is a perfect way to naturally color chocolate scented soaps. We have included this lovely herb in many recipes for both its perfect coloring properties and lovely skin properties. One delicious looking soap recipe that only uses this herb as a colorant is the Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe. This naturally colored cold process soap looks almost good enough to eat! Plus, you can you this herb to make some yummy melt and pour soaps, too. The Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcake Soap Recipe is a scrumptious soap that is just the perfect shade of chocolate!

 

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap BlackHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Black

Another color that you can create naturally with herbs is black. Adding Activated Charcoal Powder is a sure way to get a pure black color in your homemade soaps. Not only will you get a fantastic color, but this cosmetic ingredient is wonderfully cleansing. Activated Charcoal is an adsorbent, which means that it is able to hold onto molecules and trap them on the surface. So, when you wash off the activated charcoal the grime goes along with it. Further, it has the power to pull dirt and oil both off your skin and out of your pores. Overall, this makes activated charcoal a powerful cosmetic ingredient that you will adore for soap-making.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Naturally Colored Black SoapsHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Naturally Colored Black Soaps

We included this cleansing cosmetic herb in our own homemade soap recipes. First, we incorporated activated charcoal into the Activated Charcoal Soap Recipe. The herb enhances this soap to create an even deeper cleansing soap. Plus, the MP soap bars have a stunning jet black layer that works perfectly with the poppy seeds in the clear layer. Such a fun and natural homemade soap!

Also, we included this fantastic colorant in our Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe. While the red is a soap pigment, the black portion of the bar is all thanks to activated charcoal. So, you can tell that this herb works great in both CP soap and MP soap. Plus, this gorgeous bar of soap will maintain the powerful cleaning properties of activated charcoal. So, this bar of soap is great all around!

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Green NaturallyHow Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Green Naturally

Also, you can use herbs to provide your soaps with a natural green color! Many herbs that come from plants containing chlorophyll will do the trick, but here are a few that we like to use in soaps. First, we have Parsley Leaf Powder. Not only does this herb provide a nice, earthy green color, but it will perfectly nourish your skin with nutrients. Also, you can use Green Tea Powder in any soaps to create a nice green color. Plus, this lovely herb will provide gentle exfoliation to the skin along with beneficial antioxidant properties. Either would be perfect for making some homemade soaps!

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: How to Color Soap Blue or Purple

While many other herbs can be used to naturally color any bath and body product, the Alkanet Root is for cold process soap only. This means that you, unfortunately, won’t be able to use this to make natural purple MP soap. However, you can create some pretty gorgeous and natural cold process soaps! We at Natures Garden don’t carry this particular herb, but we still thought it was a great one to mention since it can provide a pretty purple color. Also, this can be used in differing amounts to provide a pink or even a blue color!

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: What is Alkanet

If you are curious to learn more about Alkanet as a natural colorant, then Lovely Green’s Growing Alkanet. Lovely Green uses a touch of this very herb to lightly color her typical lavender soap. It is a natural, light purple hue that is very pretty. The color was especially for a lavender soap! So, you will definitely want to check this herb out.

How Do I Naturally Color Soap?: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed all of these options for naturally coloring your homemade soaps! These herbs are just some of the most common herbs that we know of or have used in the past. If you know of or use any other herbs that you use for your naturally colored soaps, we would love to hear about your favorite cosmetic herbs for soapmaking. Also, feel free to ask us any questions that you may have about natural colorants or soaping in general. We are happy to help! You can reach out to us on social media. There is a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can find us on Instagram and Twitter with @ngscents. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Apr
30

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe


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Shimmering Bronzer Lotion RecipeShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe

While gorgeous, sun-kissed skin is sought after by so many of us, it can be dangerous trying to get your skin the perfect color. If you frequent tanning beds or lay out in the sun for too long, then you’re putting your skin at a higher risk of skin cancer. This is due to the excess exposure to the UV light, which is why too much sun can actually become a bad thing. Plus, there are some people that just can’t ever tan. Personally, I fall into this category. No matter how much sun I get, I never can tan. My skin goes from pale, sunburnt, and right back to pale. So frustrating! But, a good bronzing lotion can be a used as a perfect solution to both these problems. These lotions help provide a light, golden color without any damaging UV light. So, we at Natures Garden decided to create the Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe.

This lotion recipe uses cocoa power to provide a natural colorant to create a perfect color for the recipe. This herb is a perfect colorant for a bronzer, as the cocoa powder is a shade that doesn’t leave you looking orange. Furthermore, this homemade bronzing lotion has all the skin nourishing benefits of regular lotion recipes. So, this lotion will give you will have golden, beautiful skin that is moisturized, glowing, and heathy.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Goat’s Milk Multi Base Lotion
NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance Oil
Organic Cocoa Powder
24k Gold Mica Pigment
8 ounce Clear Bullet Bottle
White Lotion Pump 24/410
Candy Thermometer

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Other Ingredients You’ll Need

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon or Spatula
Stove Pot
Distilled Water
Gallon Size Ziploc Bag
Stick Blender

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

16 ounces Goat’s Milk Multi-Base Lotion
48 ounces Distilled Water
1.92 ounces NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance Oil
3 teaspoons 24 K Gold Mica Pigment
5 teaspoons Organic Cocoa Powdered

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance OilShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance Oil

Our wonderful homemade lotion recipe is easy to create and smells great thanks to this wonderful fragrance oil. NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion fragrance oil by Natures Garden smells similar to a popular suntan lotion.  If you like the smell of Coppertone suntan lotion, this fragrance oil will make you very happy!  This fragrance is a wonderful arrangement of green herbs, jasmine, rose, lavender, and lilac.  This fragrance oil is a summer favorite here at Natures Garden!

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Preparing Your Equipment and Work Space

Before you begin creating your homemade lotion recipe, there are a few things that you may want to do to prepare. These preparations will make the process easier and even make it quicker. First, you will want to clean your equipment and supplies for this recipe, which makes sure that everything is ready for you to use. Also, you may want to clean and wipe down your work space. This will make sure that you have enough room to work on your lotion. Also, we suggest that you wear a pair of gloves, an apron, a face mask, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. After everything is clean and ready, its time to start creating this lovely lotion recipe.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Preparing the Water

First, you are going to want to prepare the water for your lotion recipe. So, you will need to add some distilled water to your stove pot. You are going to need to boil the water to kill bacteria and make sure your lotion is as clean as possible. After your water is heated, you are going to need 48 ounces. So, make sure that you have more than this amount in your stove pot, as the some of the water will evaporate during the heating process.

Now, you will need to heat your water to at least 185 degrees Fahrenheit. After the water reaches this temperature, you will want to make sure the water holds this temperature for at least five minutes. Once this amount of time has passed, you can remove the pot of water from the heat source. You will need to measure 48 ounces of the water into one of your mixing bowls. At this point, you are going to want your measured water to cool a bit. After your water has cooled you can move on to the next step.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Cooling the Water

Next, we are going to mix the water with the Goat’s Milk Multi-Base Lotion. Before you go to start mixing these ingredients, you need to make sure that your water is at the right temperature. First, you need to let your water cool down. While we needed to boil the water to sterilize it, we can’t immediately use the hot water in this mixture. If we use this hot water with our lotion base, then we are likely going to break down the base. So, you are going to need to cool your water to about 100 degrees Fahrenheit before you can combine this with the base.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Combining the Water and Lotion BaseShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Combining the Water and Lotion Base

Now that your water has cooled to the right temperature you are ready to add the goat milk lotion base to the water. So, weigh 16 ounces of the Goat’s Milk Multi-Base Lotion and add it to your previously measured 48 ounces of water. After you combine these two ingredients you are going to mix them well. You will need to use your stick blender to emulsify these two ingredients together. So, you will want to continue mixing until all the water has been incorporated. If you are wondering when your mixture is finished, then know that you will be able to tell that you are done when the mixture looks like lotion.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Natural BronzerShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Natural Bronzer

Now that your homemade lotion has been made, we are ready to add the color to your recipe. I added this at the same time as my water,  You can add it before the water or after, the choice is totally yours.  While this lotion won’t help you get a tan, it is perfect for adding a bit of color to your skin while you moisturize. For this homemade lotion recipe we are using organic cocoa powder to create a natural color for this lotion. So, take 5 teaspoons of the Organic Cocoa Powder and add it to your lotion base mixture. After the cocoa powder has been measured and added to your mixture, you need to mix thoroughly. You will need to make sure to break up any clumps of the herb. Breaking these clumps will ensure that the color is distributed evenly throughout the entire mixture. It may be helpful to use the stick blender again to mix this all together. This will leave your lotion with a light, bronzing pigment that is beautiful and naturally colored.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

Next, you are going to want to add the scented oil into your bronzing lotion. This ingredient takes your gorgeous and nourishing lotion and brings it up a notch. So, you are going to measure 1.92 ounces of the NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance Oil. You can either weigh this amount in a small bowl or directly into the lotion mixture. Then, you will want to combine the scented oil with your lotion and mix well. Once all of your fragrance oil has been thoroughly included into the lotion mixture. After everything is mixed together you are ready to move on to the next step.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Shimmer and SparkleShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Adding the Shimmer and Sparkle

We can’t forget about adding all the shimmer and shine! Our last ingredient for this recipe is going to be the gorgeous 24 K Gold Mica Pigment. This ingredient is going to enhance the gold hue of the natural colorant and leave you sparkling. So, let’s get started! You will need to take three teaspoons of the gold mica pigment and add it to your lotion. Then, make sure that you thoroughly mix the mica into your lotion recipe. After all the sparkle and shine has been completely incorporated, your lotion will be ready to use. If you feel like you need a bit more glam, then you can try adding a bit more mica. However, our recipe has a great amount of shine. So, you should have enough glam for your pretty bronzing lotion.

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Packaging You Finished Product

Next, you are going to bottle up your finished homemade bronzer lotion. Since it would be difficult to pour your lotion directly into a bottle from the mixing bowl, we are going to take a different approach to packaging. First off you are going to need to transfer all of your lotion into the gallon Ziplock bag. You can use your mixing spoon or spatula to transfer everything into the Ziplock. After, you are going to seal the bag and use a pair of scissors to cut a small piece off the corner of the bag. However, you may want to set up your 8 oz bullet bottle before cutting the bag. Now can use your Ziplock bag to neatly and quickly fill your bottles. Once you have filled all your clear bullet bottles you can screw the 24/410 lotion pump onto your bottles

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Using Your Finished Product

Finally, your diy bronzer lotion is complete and ready to use! You can perfectly use this lotion to add a bit of color and shimmer to your skin. You will be able to use this delightful cosmetic lotion to add a bronzing glow to your skin. Just remember that this lotion isn’t meant for helping tan, but just adds some color and nourishes your skin. While the lotion is perfect for adding some color to your skin, the appearance isn’t the only benefit that you can get from this lotion base recipe. Our effective lotion base recipe uses wonderful, skin-loving ingredients that create a great lotion recipe. This Lotion Multi-Base uses vitamins and luxurious cosmetic oils. You are sure to love this homemade cosmetic lotion recipe!

Shimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Standards of Beauty Through Time

While it may seem like the standard of beauty that we all know of today is obvious and permanent, there are other ideas on what is beautiful is different through time and in different cultures. I’ve always found it interesting to learn about all the changes in preferences for make up, fashion, and body type. Some ideas of ideal beauty from times and places are even considered unattractive today and vice versa. For example, in the Elizabethan Era pale skin was considered ideal and women would use a white powder, ceruse, to make themselves look paler. So, the idea of tanning or using bronzing lotion would’ve been ridiculous to people of this culture. But, this isn’t the only way that cosmetics were used differently throughout history. There are even more beauty standards throughout history. A Buzzfeed Article called “This Is How Dramatically Women’s Makeup Has Changed Throughout History” talks about a few different appearance preferences that people have tried to achieve through cosmetics.

Rainbow Zebra Print Soap RecipeShimmering Bronzer Lotion Recipe: Contact Us on Social Media

Hopefully, you have enjoyed this homemade body lotion recipe as much as we do! We here at Natures Garden would love to hear all about your experience with this easy and fun recipe. If you would like to share your creation, then you should absolutely share your products with us. Also, we are available to listen to any questions or comments. If you are interested in asking us questions or sharing your experiences, then you should definitely reach out to us on social media! You can find us on a few different social media pages. On Facebook, we have a Natures Garden page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on either Twitter or Instagram. Hope to hear from you soon!

Apr
27

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe


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Turmeric Face Mask RecipeTurmeric Face Mask Recipe

Today, Nature’s Garden is proud to introduce their newest facial recipe, our Turmeric Face Mask Recipe.  We know that turmeric is popular in many Indian dishes, however, Turmeric is wonderful for face masks, scrubs, lotions or even facial toners. Nowadays, facial masks are incredibly popular and they are really so easy to make. It almost seems a shame to buy them when you can create your very own at hardly any cost at all. 

Below, I have given you a brief rundown on turmeric and all its uses and benefits, however, there is so much more! If you want to learn more about turmeric click here to view our free turmeric class. Now, let me tell you a little bit about the recipe. Besides turmeric, this recipe also includes bentonite clay powder and Vitamin E. Only a few ingredients that pack a powerful punch of skin benefits. This face mask would be a wonderful addition to your bath and body product line. Or, even to just create for girlfriends and family members. We are sure they will love it just as much as we do.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: What is TurmericTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: What is Turmeric

Turmeric, or Curcuma longa, comes from the rhizomes (or roots) of a herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family. It is native to India and Southeast Asia.  In Asia, turmeric is known as “manjal” or even “kasturi manjal”. Much like its cousin the ginger root, Turmeric can be grated and used fresh. Turmeric rhizomes, when not used fresh, will be boiled in water, dried in hot ovens, and then they are ground into the powder that we are all familiar with.

This perennial plants can grow up to over 3 feet tall. It has cylinder-type roots that range in color from yellow to orange. Heavy branches grow up from the roots.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: What Turmeric Is Used ForTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: What Turmeric Is Used For

Turmeric is most commonly known as a spice used in cooking. If you are familiar with Middle East or South Asian cuisine, then you know the spice very well. With its peppery-like flavor and earthy, mustard-like aroma, it is a popular addition to curries, stocks and sauces. However, turmeric has many beneficial properties in natural cosmetics.  This bright, golden orange powder can be used as a natural colorant in soap. Turmeric has been found to heal and prevent dry skin, treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne, and has anti-aging properties. Turmeric powder can be used in any kind of bath and body product. These include soap, hair conditioners, facial masks, scrubs, lotions, ointments, creams, bath teas, face toners, and even in bath bombs.

Did you know that in India, turmeric is considered holy? For centuries this powder has been used in various Hindu ceremonies as well as being used in every part of Indian religious ceremonies and even in weddings. Plus, this powder is also a wonderful natural dye. Specifically for Saris and Buddhist monks’ robes. One last interesting fact, paper steeped in turmeric can be used to create pH level strips. If you are a soaper and are familiar with pH testing, the0n you know exactly what I am talking about.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Medical Uses of TurmericTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Medical Uses of Turmeric

Like stated above, Turmeric is most well know for its culinary uses, however, this versatile herb has many more uses and benefits. Turmeric is very popular in the medical field. In fact, Turmeric has been used in medicine for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda or Siddha (Indian traditional medicine). This powerful herb is used to treat problems such as, indigestion, throat infections, common colds, or liver ailments. Turmeric can also be used topically to cleanse wounds or treat skin sores. There are many other conditions that can be treated using turmeric. Rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and water retention are a few. Turmeric can even benefit the heart by lowering bad cholesterol and blood sugar.

For women, turmeric does work to help with menstrual problems and water retention. Also, this powder has many antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties actually work to reduce brain inflation, which is believed to be the main cause of Alzheimer’s Disease. So, essentially, turmeric can work to delay the onset of this horrible disease.  

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Bath and Body ProductsTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Bath and Body Products

You can use turmeric in all kinds of bath and body products. From face masks to shampoo!  You can create a paste of turmeric to help lighten or prevent stretch marks. This powder is wonderful at moisturizing the hair or preventing hair loss. Also, turmeric can treat scalp conditions such as inflammation, flaking and itchiness. In skin care, this herb works to treat such conditions as acne, eczema and psoriasis. You can create toners, lotions, bath bombs, facial masks, conditioners, why, the list is endless!

So you see, this bright, yellow orange colored powder is incredibly versatile in any type of form. Let’s now move onto our recipe!

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Ingredients that Nature’s Garden has to offer

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

  • Mixing Bowls (you will need one)
  • Scale
  • Mixing Spoons

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Total Recipe Weights

  • 96 grams Turmeric Powder
  • 224 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 24 drops Vitamin E Oil
  • 96 grams Vegetable Glycerin

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Turmeric PowderTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Turmeric Powder

So let’s begin now with our turmeric face mask! First, we are going to start with the turmeric powder. So, get your scale out. You will also be using a medium sized bowl. Have your scale tared out. Then, go ahead and weigh out 96 grams of your turmeric powder.

 

 

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Bentonite Clay PowderTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Bentonite Clay Powder

First, let’s talk about Bentonite Clay Powder. Bentonite is a wonderful addition to any face mask! This type of clay, when used in face masks, helps clean impurities from the skin. When used in soaps, bentonite is good at treating oily skin. Also, when used in bath bombs, it helps harden them. In addition, bentonite is useful in thickening lotions.

So, now we are going to weigh out the bentonite. You will add the clay to the same bowl you have your turmeric powder in. Tare out your scale and to the medium bowl, add 224 grams of bentonite clay. Next, mix the two ingredients together until everything seems evenly dispersed.

 

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Add the Vitamin E OilTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Add the Vitamin E Oil

The next ingredient we will be adding is Vitamin E. Vitamin E from Nature’s Garden comes in the purest form, is also known as Tocepherol T-50. This is not tocopherol acetate (the form found in many vitamin E capsules).   Vitamin E is a wonderful antioxidant and is fabulous for your skin.

So, to the bowl containing the powdered ingredients, you will be adding your Vitamin E oil. Using a disposable pipette you will add 24 drops of the Vitamin E oil right on top of the powder. Finally, use a spoon or spatula to mix the ingredients together.

 

Turmeric Face Mask recipe: Packaging your Facial MaskTurmeric Face Mask recipe: Packaging your Facial Mask

For this recipe, we decided to package the powder portion of the face mask and the vegetable glycerin separately. We chose to create the facial mask recipe this way for a couple of reasons. First, creating the facial mask mixture separately without the water you will not need to add a preservative. In addition, you will be able to prepare a quick product for your customers. This recipe can be made in just a few minutes. Each 2 ounce jar will create approximately 4 facial masks.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Powdered Portion

Now that your powdered portion is complete, you can begin packaging this portion of the facial mask. So, using a spoon, fill each of your 2 ounce white double wall jars and place a lid on each jar.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Liquid PortionTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Liquid Portion

The next part of our recipe is the vegetable glycerin. Vegetable Glycerin is a humectant, meaning, it draws moisture to your skin. So by adding vegetable glycerin to this recipe, your skin will be left feeling soft and hydrated.

Next,we will prepare the liquid portion of the facial mask. Water, while it is an ingredient in the recipe, will not be used until you are ready mix and apply the face mask. So, we will prepare eight 1/2 ounce bottles for the vegetable glycerin. To each bottle, add 12 grams of the vegetable glycerin and cap them with the white ribbed lids.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Using Your Facial Mask

As we talked about previously, by mixing this mask on an as needed basis, it will prolong the shelf life and can be made quickly when needed. With that being said, let’s talk about using the mask. It is really a simple process. Also, if you are selling this mask as a product, you can sell the jar and bottle as a set and label it with instructions.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Mixing Your Facial MaskTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Mixing Your Facial Mask

Finally, you are ready to use your face mask! You will need one of your jars of powder and a bottle of the vegetable glycerin. Lastly, you will need a small mixing bowl. Starting with the powdered mixture. First, to the small bowl, add about 1 Tablespoon of the powder. Next, you will add about 1/2 teaspoon of the vegetable glycerin to the powder. Finally, you will add 2 Tablespoons of distilled water. Mix this together thoroughly.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Applying your Facial Mask

Once your ingredients are mixed together nicely, apply a thin layer to your face and kick back and relax for a few. Once the mask has hardened, you can rinse your face off in warm water and see how soft and glowing your skin looks and feels!

Turmeric Face Mask: In Conclusion

As always, Nature’s Garden is here to help keep you beautiful as naturally as possible. So we insist that you treat yourself! Apply a mask, relax with a turmeric hot toddy, a magazine and some quiet music. Let your cares go for a while and allow the turmeric face mask do its job!

 

Turmeric RecipesTurmeric Recipes

Well, we now know the benefits we can get from turmeric powder on our face. So, how about we take a look at some recipes that we can eat! Just follow this link to Allrecipes.com to see just how many types of dishes turmeric is used in.  There are literally hundreds of recipes that incorporate turmeric in them.  One very popular and well-known way to use turmeric is always curry! Curry is actually not a dish as some people think, but a mixture of many different spices and herbs, turmeric being one of them. The use of the term “curry” is generally limited to dishes prepared in a sauce that is made with the mixture of spices.

Using turmeric in recipes isn’t strictly for savory dishes. Sfoof is a traditional Lebanese dessert cake that uses turmeric. There are also smoothie recipes that use turmeric in them and even in hot drinks that are soothing to your soul.  So as you can see, this spice can be added to any type of recipe, internationally or just in your simple everyday drinks! Some people add it for the taste or color, and there are some people that like the idea of using a natural herb in their diet.

 

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Nature’s Garden sells turmeric powder for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information above talks about how great turmeric is for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

Apr
13

20 Mothers Day Crafts


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2020 Mothers Day Crafts Mothers Day Crafts

If you are looking for some unique Mother’s Day gift ideas diy that you can use to create a present for your mom, then you will definitely want to check out our Mothers Day crafts.  This blog is a great place to start looking for a recipe that is perfect for a mom. These bath and body recipes include all kinds of different homemade recipes, like diy bath bombs or homemade lotions, that are perfect for creating as gifts. So, there are plenty of options to choose the best recipe for your mom this Mother’s Day. Plus, our homemade recipes include our gorgeous and feminine fragrance oils to create amazing cosmetics that are great for Mother’s Day.  So, use our blog to find a homemade cosmetics recipe to create a gift that you mother deserves!

20 Mothers Day Crafts:: Valentine's Day Bouquet Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Valentine’s Day Bouquet Recipe

One perfect recipe that you can make with our Angel Love Fragrance Oil is the lovely Valentine’s Day Bouquet Recipe. This delightful recipes a variety of gorgeous scents that blend perfectly in this bouquet of cosmetics and scented flowers.  So, you would need to create aroma bead ornaments in heart shapes. Also, the bouquet includes some Victorian heart soaps and scented aroma buds. This will leave you with an arrangement that looks gorgeous and  smells wonderful. Plus, the soaps can really be used!

 

20 Mothers Day Crafts: Rose Lotion Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Rose Lotion Recipe

Not only is this fantastic scent used for the lovely bouquet recipe, but this fresh, true scent is use to create our Rose Lotion Recipe. The wonderful scent of our true rose fragrance combined with the scent of our rose petal herb infused lotion creates an irresistible lotion recipe. Plus, this lotion recipe includes various oils and butters that create a great homemade moisturizer for dry skin. This will leave you with a lotion that smells absolutely delightful and really cares for your skin.

20 Mothers Day Crafts: Pink Salt Bath Bombs Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Pink Salt Bath Bombs Recipe

Our Pink Salt Bath Bombs Recipe is a perfect choice for anyone looking for unique Mother’s Day gifts. These beautiful diy bath bombs use lovely pink Himalayan Salt, which is pretty and perfect for a bath soak. Plus, this homemade bath bomb recipe uses a nourishing oils that will care for your skin. Plus, this recipe includes our lovely Che Bella Donna Fragrance Oil. So, this lovely bath bomb is amazing for your body and smells delightfully floral.

20 Mothers Day Crafts: Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe

Another great idea for mother’s day homemade bath soap gifts. One wonderful recipe that you can use is our Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe. This cosmetic recipe uses some herbs and powders, like rose petals and powdered milk, that are perfect for creating a lovely bath soak recipe. Further, this bath and body recipe includes our amazing scented oil. So, you are sure to feel pampered from head to toe after a bath soak with this cosmetic product.

15 Mothers Day Crafts: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe

This refreshingly clean fragrance oil is a perfect addition to our Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe. This lovely sugar scrub recipe uses many luscious oils and butters that are very nourishing for the skin. These luscious ingredients include Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E Oil, and so many others. Also, this lovely bath and body recipe uses Beet Root Powder to naturally color this scrub to be a pretty pink color. So, you are sure to love this beautiful and moisturizing scrub recipe!

15 Mothers Day Crafts: Solid Lotion Bar Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Another one of our Mother’s Day gift ideas diy is the Solid Lotion Bar Recipe. This recipe uses various luxurious oils along with creamy shea butter to create a lotion recipe that you are sure to enjoy. Plus, this skin loving recipe is contained in a deodorant stick. So, your homemade lotion is perfect for travel and it is sure not to leave a greasy feeling on your skin. Further, this lovely lotion recipe uses our gorgeous Beautiful Babe Fragrance Oil.

15 Mothers Day Crafts: Glamour Girl Lotion Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Glamour Girl Lotion Recipe

This gorgeous scented oil was used in the formulation of the  Glamour Girl Lotion Recipe. This sophisticated and feminine fragrance oil provides a gorgeous scent for this luscious lotion recipe. Plus,this lovely lotion recipe uses amazing cosmetic oils, like Jojoba Oil and Macadamia Nut Oil, to create a skin loving bath and body product that you are sure to love. So, you will truly enjoy the aroma and skin softening properties of this homemade lotion.

15 Mothers Day Crafts: Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe

One wonderful way to include this refreshing floral aroma is our Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe. This lovely, feminine aroma is perfect for this bath bomb that uses a flower mold and some of the Calendula Flowers Herb. Plus, this diy bath bomb recipe uses wonderful ingredients, like Bentonite Clay Powder, to create a bath bomb that is relaxing and caring for the body. So, this homemade cosmetic recipe would be perfect for creating a bath bomb that is rejuvenating for the mind and body.

15 Mothers Day Crafts: Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe

Our Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe is a wonderful recipe for creating a homemade Mother’s Day gift. This homemade soap recipe uses lovely ingredients that are fantastic for the body. This recipe uses real herbs, like Rose Petals and whole Lavender Flowers, that enhance the scent and bath experience. Also, this recipe includes skin loving oils and butters that will leave your skin feeling soft and conditioned.

Soothing Facial Mask Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe

Now, the soothing facial mask recipe is perfect for mom.  She will love to relax the stress of the day with this face mask.  This face mask includes oatmeal, French green clay and dandelion root.

Potted Sunflower Soap Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Potted Sunflower Soap Recipe

Next, why not give your mother flowers this Mother’s day.  These cute soap flowers are something mom we absolutely love.  Our Potted Sunflower Soap Recipe is made completely of soap and scented with Sunflower Type Fragrance Oil.  For this recipe we used both goats milk soap and clear soap base.

Skin Softening Bath Bombs Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts:  Skin Softening Bath Bombs Recipe

Another great gift for mom are the skin softening bath bombs.  These bath fizzies are scented with Natures Garden’s Bergamot and Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil.  We have added bentonite clay along with sweet almond and castor oil to leave her skin feeling soft and refreshed.

Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe

If your mom is a fan of animal prints, why not try the giraffe bubble bars recipe.  Your mom will not only love the pattern, but also the wonderfully soft skin she will have after her bubble bath.  With the the addition of SCI, this bubble bar recipe will not only create a tub full of bubbles, it will also leave her skin nice and silky.  Finally, we scented these bubble bars with Cucumber Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  These bubble bars will truly pamper your mom.

 Stacked Flower Tarts Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Stacked Flower Tarts Recipe

Why not make mom some melts for her wax melter.  This Stacked Flower Tarts Recipe will show you how to create wax melts that will melt your mom’s heart.  Make seven wax melts in an array of colors scented with Deb’s Flower Shoppe Fragrance Oil.

Embedded Heart Lip Balm Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Embedded Heart Lip Balm Recipe

Finally, show your mom how much you love her with the embedded heart lip balm recipe.  Create lip balm using an easy to use all natural lip balm base.  Embed each tin of lip balm with a pink heart shaped piece of lip balm.  Not only do these look completely adorable, the lip balm itself is amazing.  Finally, flavor your lip balm with the tropical guava flavor oil from Natures Garden.

Scented Glitter Shoes Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Scented Glitter Shoes

Now, if your mom is like most women, she LOVES shoes.  What’s better than shoes that sparkle?  Scented sparkling shoes, of course.  These particular shoes use Natures Garden’s Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil.  These scented glitter shoes are red hot!!!

Scented Bling Tennis Shoes Recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Bling Tennis Shoes Recipe

We also know that not all moms like wear heels.  So, why not make her scented bling tennis shoes!  These are perfect for moms that love shoes but are constantly on the go.  She is sure to love the scent too!  Natures Garden scented these shoes with Tinsel Fragrance Oil.

blueberry muffin candle recipe20 Mothers Day Crafts: Blueberry Muffin Candle Recipe

In addition, you can make your mom this fun blueberry muffin candle recipe.  We scented this candle with Natures Garden’s Blueberry Muffin Fragrance Oil.  In fact, we even made the top to look like a blueberry muffin by embedding it with wax blueberries.

20 Mothers Day Crafts: Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

Give mom the gift of chocolate without the calories!  While these might look good enough to eat, you must resist.  These chocolate treats are from our gourmet chocolate bath melts recipe.  While they look and smell like chocolate, they are full of skin loving oils to help your mom nourish and care for her skin.

Natural Lipstick20 Mothers Day Crafts: Natural Lipstick Recipe

Finally, why not create lipstick that your mom will adore.  This natural lipstick recipe is full of oils and butters that are perfect for her lips.  Using lip tints in the color of your choice, you will be able to customize a natural product for your mom.

Mothers Day Crafts: Mothers Day Gifts

Of course, everyone knows that this wonderful holiday is all about showing the woman that raised you some extra love and appreciation. But, sometimes this attempt to show your mom that you care can go all wrong. While it is the thought that counts, sometimes it seems like there should’ve been more thought behind the gifts. An article by Time magazine called 7 Terrible Mother’s Day Gift Ideas talks about some presents that aren’t usually appreciated. This includes ideas like cleaning supplies or homemade cards. While homemade cards may not be a cute idea from adults kids, diy bath and both recipes that are made from quality ingredients and fragrance oils would be a great gift idea. So, take a look at some cosmetic recipes to find one that would be perfect for your mom!

9 Mothers Day Crafts: Contact Us

We hope that you have found at least one of these wonderful homemade recipes that are perfect for your Mother’s Day gift. Whether the recipe was included or not, we would love to hear about the diy cosmetic recipe that you created for your own mom. If you are interested, you can share your diy gifts on any of our social media pages. Also, we are open to answer any questions on these pages, too. You can share your experience on our Facebook page. Also, you can talk to us on either Twitter or Instagram using @ngscents to share with us. We hope to hear from you soon!

Jan
31

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe


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Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe

Our next recipe from Natures Garden is a bubbling bath salts recipe.  With St. Patty’s Day right around the corner, we really thought you would enjoy this recipe.  We’ve scented it with Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil and added a couple different types of cosmetic salts.  In addition, we added some fun layers to give our layered bath salts some added interest.  Finally, we’ve added sodium cocoyl isethionate, which just happens to be my absolute favorite ingredients.  If you have tried adding it to your products yet, you are missing out.  SCI will leave your skin so soft and silky, it is AMAZING!  I consider this ingredient a must have for those creating their own bath and body products.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe:  Ingredients Found at Natures Garden

Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate- SCI
Dead Sea Salt High Mineral Fine Ground
Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground
FUN Soap Colorant Kelly Green
24K Gold Mica Pigment
8 oz Clear PET Jar
70/400 Black Straight Smooth Lid

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Other Equipment or Supplies You Will Need

Mixing Bowls (4)
Mixing Spoon
Scale

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: A Closer Look at the Ingredients

Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the ingredients.  In this recipe we scented it with cool cilantro to give your an uplifting and refreshing feel.  In addition, we used a couple of salts in these bubbling bath salts.  Finally, we have added sodium cocoyl isethionate to not only add bubbles to your bath tub, but also to leave your skin feeling silky and smooth.  So, read on for an in depth look at each of the ingredients that we used in this recipe.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Cool Cilantro Fragrance OilBubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil

Cool Cilantro fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a single note of freshly picked cilantro herb. This rejuvenating fragrance oil has high levels of essential oil to obtain a very true to name scent. A great refreshing fragrance oil perfect for being creative by mixing it with other scents or great to use alone too.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Sodium Cocoyl IsethionateBubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate is a gentle surfactant derived from coconut. It can be used in a variety of cosmetic recipes. Sodium Cocoyl Isethioniate (SCI) acts as a foaming and cleansing ingredient. SCI leaves your skin feeling soft and silky. This is an ingredient used in products like soap, bath bombs, bubble bars, and shampoo.  Recommended usage rate: 3%-20%

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Dead Sea Salt High Mineral Fine GroundBubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Dead Sea Salt High Mineral Fine Ground

The Dead Sea is known for its Dead Sea salt; which is said to help heal the body.  Dead Sea salt contains the following beneficial minerals:  Potassium, Magnesium, Bromide, and Calcium Chloride.  The magnesium found in Dead Sea salt helps to calm the nervous system, and helps combat aging, water retention, and stress. Potassium provides the body with energy.  Bromides help to reduce muscle tension.  Calcium increases circulation, and helps prevent water retention. Dead Sea salt is used to make scented bath salts, in some cosmetics, and to make soap salt bars.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse GroundBubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground

Hawaiian black sea salt has a brilliant black color and silky texture.  The salt is from the Pacific sea, and is combined with activated charcoal. This compliments the natural salt flavor and adds numerous health benefits to the salt.  This salt is considered Kosher, all natural.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: 24K Gold Mica Pigment

Mica adds shimmer to your body and bath products. Mica can also be used in glycerin soap and gel wax to create a pearl appearance. A little bit goes a long way! Our mica is cosmetic grade; safe for use in lip products.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Kelly Green FUN Soap ColorantBubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant

Pigment dispersed in vegetable glycerin. Uses: Melt and pour soap, Cold process soap, cosmetics. Stable and non-bleeding . Contains no carmine. Not for use in lip products.  Ingredients: Glycerine, Chromium Oxide Green (77288)

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Total Recipe Weights

410 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate- SCI
420 grams Dead Sea Salt
60 grams Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground
41 grams Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil
4 grams Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
4 grams of 24K Gold Mica Pigment

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Weighing Out the Hawaiian Black Salt

To begin, you will need a small bowl.  Then, weigh out 60 grams of the coarse Hawaiian Black Salt.  I chose to leave this portion scent free.  Since it is black, I worried the oil might cause the activated charcoal that is naturally present in the salt to bleed into other layers.  So, simply weigh out the salt and set the bowl aside.  We will need it when we begin layering our bubbling bath salts recipe.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Weighing Out the Dead Sea Salt

First, you will need a deep mixing bowl.  You will need to weigh out 420 grams of the Dead Sea salt.  If you notice any clumps in the salt, use your hands to break them up.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Adding the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

Now, we will be adding the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, or SCI, to the mixture.  So, tare out your scale and add 410 grams of the SCI.  Again, if you find any clumps, be sure to break them up.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Adding the Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil

The next step is adding the fragrance oil.  You want to add your fragrance oil directly to the same mixing bowl.  So, to your mixing bowl, add 41 grams of Natures Garden’s Cool Cilantro Fragrance Oil.  Then, using your hands, mix the ingredients together.  Continue to mix until everything is evenly and fully combined.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Separating the Bath Salts

Next, we will begin separating our bath salts.  You will two additional bowls.  In the first bowl, add 208 grams of the salt mixture.   To the second bowl, you will also add 208 grams of the salt mixture.  The remaining salt mixture can stay in the same bowl.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Coloring the Bath Salts

Our layered bubbling bath salts recipe will be colored in four different ways.  First, we will use a FUN Soap Colorant from Natures Garden.  Then, we will leave one layer its natural color.  Our third layer in the foaming bath salts will be colored with a shimmering 24K gold mica pigment.  Lastly, our final layer is our Hawaiian black salt.  Hawaiian black salt is naturally colored with activated charcoal, so we will not need to color that layer either.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Coloring the Green Bath Salts

We will begin with the bowl of our largest portion of bath salts.  Your largest portion of the bath salts will be colored with the Kelly green FUN Soap Colorant from Natures Garden.  So, to the largest portion of bath salts, add 4 grams of the Kelly green FUN Soap Colorant.  Then, use your hands to mix the colorant completely with the salt mixture.  Also, make sure the mixture is free of any clumps.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Coloring the Gold Bath Salts

Next, you will begin coloring your gold bath salts.  So, in the bowl containing one of the two smaller portions of bath salts, we will add mica.  To this bowl, add 4 grams of your 24K gold mica pigment from Natures Garden.  Then, mix the mica into the bath salts using your hands.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Uncolored Bath Salts

Next, you simply need to know that the remaining smaller bowl of uncolored bath salts will be left as it is.  However, I do suggest mixing the the bath salts with your hands at this time.  As you are mixing, check for any clumps.  If you find clumps break them up before we begin layering our bath salts in our jars.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Coarse Hawaiian Black Salt

Finally, since Hawaiian black salt is already black in color, we will not need to do anything with the salt.  It is naturally perfect just the way it is!

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Prepare Your Jars

Before we begin packaging our layered bath salts, we will need to prepare our jars.  This recipe will make four 8 ounce jars of bubbling bath salts.  So, go ahead and get your 8 ounce jars out at this time.  Place all four in front of you.  You do not need your lids at this time.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: Layering the Bubbling Bath Salts

Now, we will begin layering the bubbling bath salts.  While we use four different colors, most colors will be used multiple times.  We used two layers of green, two layers of white, and two layers of gold.  The black will be layer a single layer right in the center of the jar.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The First Green Layer

We will begin with our first green layer.  Start by putting a layer of green bath salts on the bottom of each of your jars.  When looking at your jar, this layer should be about 1/4″ wide.  Once each of your four jars has a green layer, you are ready to move to the next layer.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The First White Layer

Our next layer will be the uncolored bath salts.  This layer should be about half as thick as your green layer.  Go ahead and place a white layer directly on top of your green layer.  Place a white layer in each jar.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The First Gold Layer

Now, you will add your first gold layer.  The gold layer should be just as thick as the white layer.  So go ahead and add a layer of your gold bath salts to each jar.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Black Salt Layer

Finally, you will be adding the black salt layer.  The layer of black salt should be right in the center of your jar.  So, go ahead and add a thin black layer to each jar.  You will end up adding 15 grams of Hawaiian black salt to each jar.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Second Gold Layer

Next, we will be adding our second gold layer of bath salts.  So, add a second layer of gold bath salts to each jar, directly on top of the black layer.  This layer should be the same thickness as your first gold layer.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Second White Layer

Now, we will be adding the second white layer.  So, go ahead and add a second layer of white bubbling bath salts.  Again, this layer should be the same thickness of your first white layer.  Remember, add a layer to each of the four jars before moving on.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe: The Second Green Layer

Finally, we will add our second green layer.  This is the layer that will fill the remaining portion of our jars.  Once you have filled all of your jars, go ahead and place one of your black lids on top of each jar.

Bubbling Bath Salts Recipe:  Using Your Layered Bath Salts

Lastly, let’s talk about using your bath salts.  Bath salts really are simple to use.  While many bath salts are simply composed of various salts, like Epsom Salt, Dead Sea Salt, or even Himalayan Pink Salt, this particular recipe is a little bit different.  Our bath salt recipe includes SCI.  So, in order to get the best results, you want to add a few scoops of the bath salts directly under your warm running bath water.  As you can see, not only will you get the benefits of the salts, you also will enjoy a wonderful bubble bath!

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Jan
18

20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes


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20 Valentine's Day Craft Recipes20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes

If your a crafter, a soaper, or just somebody who looks for something unique to create, you are usually on the lookout for homemade craft recipes to give your loved ones, or to create for your customers or clients. In my humble opinion, homemade is the best. It says,”I took the time to create this for you. I made it special for you and I added a bunch of love to it!” So if you’re looking for some innovative creations to add to your Valentine’s Day line of soaps, candles, bath and body products, then start here first! Our Nature’s Garden team have come up with 20 easy, handmade creative ways to say, “I love you”. So here you have it, 20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes and we hope you find something fun to add to your recipe box!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Valentine's Day Bouquet Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Crafts Valentine’s Day Bouquet Recipe

This Valentine’s Day Bouquet isn’t your ordinary bunch of flowers! It’s a unique display of melt and pour soap and aroma beads that will send your nose into overdrive! Using our Goat’s Milk melt and pour soap, some heart-shaped molds and our Dare to be Sexy fragrance oil, you will create some fun “soap lollipops” Add a little Diamond Mica to the hearts before they set up will add some pretty bling to make it pop! They air fresheners are just as easy to make also! Using our aroma beads, a little red candle dye, a shake of some Diamond Mica, our Angel Love fragrance oil and you are ready to make some heart shaped decorations to hang wherever you want it to smell good! (HINT! They make awesome car fresheners!) How big would the wow factor be with this creation? Pretty big, I think!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Passion Massage Oil Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Passion Massage Oil Recipe

Here’s a wonderful recipe to create your own massage oil! Nothing says I love you like giving (or receiving)  a well-deserved massage at the end of a long, tiring day with our Passion Massage Oil recipe.  We have used Fractionated Coconut Oil and Vitamin E, which is so beneficial to the skin. Coconut Oil will hydrate and leave the skin feeling soft, smooth and nourished and Vitamin E is a wonderful source of antioxidants that help keep your skin looking young and refreshed. We have chosen our Aromatherapy Passion fragrance oil that is collection of fragrance and essential oils. It is a romantic combination of roses, lilac, jasmine, gardenia and hyacinth. We’ve added pink rose petals not just for looks, but for the added scent of roses and to help increase a sense of relaxation.

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe

How about pampering your legs once in a while? Give this Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap recipe a try. It’s so easy to make and your legs will feel silky soft, smooth and hydrated. Using our Yogurt Melt and Pour soap, which contains no SLS or harsh detergents, rose clay powder for natural color, added gentle exfoliation and anti-inflammatory benefits, you will create something incredibly easy that your legs will love. We’ve infused the soap with our Cannabis Rose Type fragrance oil which is a blend of Bulgarian rose,  pomegranate flower, bergamot, cannabis accord, sheer jasmine, dark chocolate, white musk, patchouli, and oolong tea. Incredibly unique and special! With a sweet, added touch of rose petals you will have a wonderful creation that your customers, or family members will love!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe

Bath bombs are so popular! Kids love them! They’re fun to use and they make bath time that smells amazing and creates a relaxing environment! Bath salts are also popular and even good for your skin. Salt contains iron which your body needs to stay healthy. These Pink Salt Bath Bombs are a perfect combination of fun and beneficial. We use our coarse and fine grained bath salts, and bentonite clay powder which helps harden the bath bomb and prevent it from being crumbly. Our Che Bella Donna fragrance oil is the  essence of opulence and femininity and is personified through sparkling citrus notes mingling with romantic floral notes of heady tuberose, lily and sassy carnation. This fragrance is similar to Paris by Yves Saint Laurent. A recipe that is simple, lovely and would be a wonderful addition to your bath bomb collection.

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Valentine's Day Candle Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Valentine’s Day Candle Recipe

Here is a super fun and a tantalizing smelling Valentine’s Day candle that will smell like a chocolate covered cherry has landed in your lap! Using joy wax and pillar of bliss, it’s simple to create, yet looks complicated. With pink, red and white layers of pillar of bliss and a “whipped” topping of joy wax. your candle will look almost too pretty to burn. With the scent of Chocolate Covered Cherries fragrance oil, that smells true to its name, you will be glad to burn it. This candle is a definite must-try for those that enjoy creating a beautiful candle.

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe

Here’s a fun and easy recipe that looks more like you baked instead of created! These Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies look good enough to eat! In fact, with the fragrance scent of Chocolate Lovers Type fragrance oil, they will smell good enough to eat. Pure chocolate and vanilla will permeate the air before you even go to toss one in the tub! They look like true chocolate marshmallow pops! You may have to put a warning label on them to not take a bite!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Valentine's Day Cupcake Candle Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Valentine’s Day Cupcake Candle Recipe

Here are some Valentine’s Day Cupcake Candles that are begging to be made. Super simple ingredients like Pillar of Bliss and Joy Wax, you can “bake” up a dozen of these in no time! What a cute display they would make! With a “whipped” topping created from Joy Wax and some cute heart shaped “candies” on top, you will have a truly adorable creation! We used our Cinnamon Yum Yum fragrance oil that smells of danish, clove, and cinnamon, followed by vanilla and a touch of nuts. A truly yummy fragrance for this cupcake candle!

 

220 valentine's Day Craft Recipes Glamour Aroma Bead Air Fresheners 0 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Glamour Aroma Bead Air Fresheners Recipe

This little craft is so simple to make! Just a few ingredients and you will have some wonderful air fresheners to glam up any place you want to smell good. Cars, bathrooms, purses, gym bags, lockers! You name it!  You can have good smells wherever you go! These Glamour Aroma Bead Air Fresheners are scented with I’m too Sexy fragrance oil. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is Hollywood, glamour, and attitude!  Spicy notes with hints of fruit lead to the luxurious floral signature of this scent that boasts, I am too sexy to even be a fragrance!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Foaming Bath Jelly Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Foaming Bath Jelly Recipe

Bath bombs, Bath fizzies, Foaming Sugar Scrubs! Those are the most popular bath water additions. While there is nothing wrong with any of them, how about something different? Squishy? Jiggly? Not to mention wiggly? Curious yet? It’s Foaming Bath Jelly! Yep, jelly! This is our basic recipe, but you could totally get creative with how you present this. You can store it in jars, mold it, or keep it simple and cut it into squares! No matter how you do it, it’s easy and fun and adds something different to relaxation time! We’ve used our Kissing and Telling fragrance oil, This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a flirty, colorful blend of succulent purple passion fruit, burgundy Tuscan grapes, sun-kissed yellow peonies, fragrant vanilla orchids, and just a hint of fresh greenery.  Compare to VS bombshell. A yummy smell for a fun bath jelly!

 

20 Valentine's Day Craft Recipes Hearts a Flutter20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Hearts a Flutter Soap Recipe

This soap may look like it was hard to create, but with the use of Shea and Diamond Clear melt and pour soap, and whipped soap base, it really couldn’t be simpler! Family members, customers and clients will be impressed when you display this Hearts A Flutter Soap recipe! With fluffy, pink whipped soap and soap shaped hearts on top, it’s going to look like a slice of cake instead of a slice of soap! You may need to warn people to not take a bite! We’ve used our very popular Lick Me All Over fragrance oil that smells of yummy raspberries, cantaloupe and watermelon! This is a definite recipe you are going to want to try!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Silky Shimmering Body Powder Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipe Silky Shimmering Body Powder Recipe

We’ve done soaps, candles, aroma beads, now lets talk body powder. Creating something like Silky Shimmering Body Powder could not be simpler. With just a few ingredients such as corn starch, a touch of cocoa butter and of course our Lovely in Lace fragrance oil and you have a light, airy powder to dust on yourself whenever you want to feel refreshed. With a bit of Diamond Mica added in you will also give yourself a little sparkle, and we all deserve to shine a little no matter what time of day it is!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts  Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipe Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe

Here we have a very pretty Rose Petal Bath Bomb recipe that would be a perfect addition to a Valentine’s Day gift basket! Bath bombs are always popular and these would be no exception. With the help of SCI, or Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, you will have a sudsy bath bomb that smells of our Moonlight Tuberose fragrance oil. A light scent of pear, green apple, tuberose, jasmine and touch of vanilla. A very exquisite scent. With the added touch of pink rose petals to lend to the fragrance, your bath time will make you feel like your at a luxurious spa!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Solid Glittered Perfume Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Solid Glittered Perfume Recipe

Here is a super cute recipe for a perfume that is guaranteed to not spill all over your purse! You can carry this handy little container around and freshen up your scent any time you need to. This Solid Glittered Perfume is so very simple to make! We used our All Natural Lip Balm Base, which is perfect because it can go on your body, not just your lips and some Diamond Mica for sparkle. We’ve scented this with our Obsessed fragrance oil, which smells of orange, bergamot, musk and sandalwood. You can make a dozen or more of these and give them out as a party favor or just because!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Stacked Hearts Soap Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Stacked Hearts Soap Recipe

These adorable Stacked Hearts Soap will look like you took forever to make,  but with our melt and pour soap base, some Fun Soap colorants, you have yourself a gift that your family, friends or customers are going to be impressed over. Not because it’s so cute, but because inside the soap you will leave a special laminated love message that you chose to share!  We used our yummy Passionate Kisses fragrance oil that smells raspberries, blackberries and strawberries with a touch of rose! This is a definite keeper for your Valentine’s Day line!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipe Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe

Bath Melts are a wonderful way to add some nourishing skin benefits to your bath water while you just soak away. Our Rose Violet Bath Melts contain Shea, Mango and Cocoa butter as the main ingredients, your skin will feel so soft, supple and hydrated! We’ve incorporated beet root powder, not just for natural colorant but it’s high levels of nutrients!. Beet Root powder contains beta carotene, Vitamin C and potassium, just to name a few! We chose NG Rose & Violet Type fragrance oil that is soothing to the soul! A light melody of rose and violet with a touch of musk and coconut! Such a pretty bath melt to display for your customers or just in your bathroom!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe

Salt scrubs are amazing! This Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub fits in that amazing category! Not only does salt act as a natural exfoliate, but it contains minerals such as iodine which is very beneficial to the body! Since it’s pink, it would be a perfect addition to any Valentine’s Day gift basket! We used our very popular Pink Sugar fragrance oil that smells of cotton candy, lemon drops and raspberry jam! A perfect, pink fragrance for a perfect, pink scrub!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Scented Valentine Glitter Shoes Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Scented Valentine Glitter Shoes Recipe

Are you heading out this Valentine’s Day? Looking for a unique way to show off your crafting skills? These Scented Valentine Glitter Shoes are the definite way to go! Not only will you stand out with the sparkle from the glitter, but the scent of those popular red hot candies will follow you everywhere you go! This craft is so easy! With some glue, a pair of shoes (it doesn’t really matter what color, but I say go Red or go home!) and our Red Hot Cinnamon fragrance oil, you will be turning some heads!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Wine Gel Wax Candles Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Wine Gel Wax Candles Recipe

Candles don’t have to be in any old container! You can make a candle into a wine glass! I say, why not? These Wine Gel Wax Candle recipe would be perfect for any celebration decor, but would look awesome for a Valentine’s Day dinner or get-together! Gel wax is easy to use and the end process gives you the impression you have a wine glass full of White Zinfadel Wine. In fact, our White Zinfadel Wine fragrance oil is what inspired us to create this fun and innovative candle. Enjoy the compliments you will receive when you display this creation!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Metallic Kiss Soap Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Metallic Kiss Soap Recipe

The things you can create with our Melt and Pour soap base is never ending! If you are looking for a fun, and quick Valentine’s Day gift to create this Metallic Kiss Soap recipe is perfect! Using our Diamond melt and pour soap base so we could get a good color to the lips! We have included a variety Fun Soap colors mixtures you can choose from, such as silver, pink pearl, rose gold and gold! We also chose our You Sexy Thing fragrance oil that smells of freesia, jasmine and orchid. An exotic floral fantasy!  Have fun creating and then enjoy giving these “kisses” out to your friends or family!

 

20 Valentine's Day Crafts Strawberries and Cream Wax Melts Recipe20 Valentine’s Day Craft Recipes Strawberries and Cream Wax Melts Recipe

I love strawberries with a big dollop of homemade whipped cream on top! So yummy and so summery! These Strawberries and Cream Wax Melts look like a sweet treat to eat and are so easy to create! Using Pillar of Bliss for the wafer part of your “cookie” and Joy Wax for the “creamy center”, your customers or friends will be wanting to know if they can just take a nibble! We chose our Strawberries and Cream fragrance oil that smells like strawberries and whipped cream! So sweet and delicious, your house will smell like a summertime dessert!

So there you go! Whether you are new to soaping, candle making or just looking for something fun to make, these 20 Valentine’s Day Craft recipes are a good place to start! They are simple, fun and help you find that inner creative spark we know you have inside! Have fun, create and enjoy!

 

 

Dec
28

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits


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Pumpkin Seed Oil BenefitsPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits

Everyone that has ever carved a pumpkin knows all about pumpkin seeds. One of the best parts of Halloween is carving a spooky face after you get rid of all the seeds and goop. But, these seeds actually have quite a bit of nutrients that can provide some amazing benefits for your body. So, there are lots of Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits that make this oil useful for all kinds of bath and body products. Not only does this cosmetic oil work perfectly for making bath and body products, but it provides the body with some additional benefits. So, this blog will be talking about all the ways that Pumpkin Seed Oil is great for you and your products.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits: Pumpkin Seed Oil Origin

Long before pumpkin seeds were used for cosmetic oil or even scooped out of Jackolanterns, they were cultivated by people native to Mexico. These seeds were found to be utilized back as far as 7,000 B.C. and these seeds were important for both food and medicinal purposes. These seeds were used for things such as sleep aids, reducing pain, fighting cancer, and much more. If you’d like to learn more, then check out Pumpkin Seeds (Pepitas) – An Ancient Medicinal Food With Powerful Benefits by Get Nativ. This site provides information on native plant species, the ancient uses for these plants, and ways to eat the current versions in the present. Its a fun way to explore the past of our food and beauty supplies.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Bath and Body Products

First, we are going to go over how this cosmetic oil performs in a variety of bath and body products. Every cosmetic oil is made up of different nutrients that can create a different feeling or provide different properties for you products. So, you need to both figure out important properties for your product and find the cosmetic oils that are going to provide this the best. While anyone can create a bath and body recipe, you really need to know your cosmetic oils’ properties to make a product that performs exactly how you need. So, let’s talk about the way this cosmetic oil works in different bath and body recipes.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Homemade Scrubs and LotionsPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Homemade Scrubs and Lotions

You can use this great cosmetic oil to create some easy homemade lotion or diy scrubs. Including this lovely cosmetic oil in your homemade products would be amazing for moisturizing your skin. Of course, another great property for a lotion making oil to have is quickly sinking into the skin. Since Pumpkin Seed Oil is able to do this, the cosmetic oil is perfect for nourishing deep layers of skin without leaving a greasy feeling on the top layer. This means that this cosmetic ingredient provides you with all of the important skin care properties for a lotion without feeling too greasy. If you would like to try out one of our recipes that include this luscious oil, then you can find it under the Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Homemade Hair ConditionerPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Homemade Hair Conditioner

Not only is this cosmetic oil perfect for conditioning your skin, but it is great for your hair, as well! Adding Pumpkin Seed Oil to your hair conditioner diy recipes is perfect for moisturizing and adding nutrients to your gorgeous locks. These nutrients are able to shield the hair to protect and provide a lustrous to your hair. Also, the cosmetic oil will hydrate and nourish the follicle to provide healthy hair growth. Further, this cosmetic oil has been found to actually thicken hair and reverse hair loss! Overall, this is a great ingredient to include when making your own conditioner recipes.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Making Cold Process SoapPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Making Cold Process Soap

Another great way to use Pumpkin Seed Oil is to create easy homemade soap recipes. This soap making oil is perfect for creating a conditioning, skin nourishing batch of soap. In fact, this cosmetic oil contains nutrients that are great for the skin. For example, this oil contains vitamins A, C, E, and K, that are wonderful for the skin. Plus, the bar is able to contribute to the creamy lather of the soap. This will make the bar feel luxurious and creamy as you use it. Also, this ingredient will add to the hardness of the soap, which will create a sturdier bar of soap. This will ensure that the bar doesn’t fall apart and will last longer. So, this cosmetic oil is a great choice for creating cp soap that cares for your skin. Those that would like to test out this soap-making oil for their selves, can try out our wonderful Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe!

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Your Body

Next, we are going to go over the various properties that this cosmetic oil have for the body. This is a very important aspect for choosing the cosmetic ingredients for your products. To have a great product you need to include oils that are going to perform well in your product and nourish the body in some way. Further, you need to make sure that these properties will provide you with the desired benefits. For example, those that have very dry skin may need soaping oils with higher conditioning levels than a typical bar of soap. So, you need to think about these benefits in the context of the product you are trying to make.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for MoisturizingPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Moisturizing

Since this cosmetic oil contains amazing nutrients and is able to easily sink into the skin, it is a perfect moisturizer! Pumpkin Seed Oil is able to reach and nourish the deeper layers of your skin. Later, this skin will make it up to the outer layer of skin. So, it is important to take care of your deeper layers and allow your skin to be its best. Also, this cosmetic oil can be especially useful for dry skin types that need faster skin conditioning that reaches deeper. Further, this cosmetic oil is still useful for oily or acne prone skin. This cosmetic oil is sensitive and can be used to help balance oil levels in the skin.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Anti-AgingPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Anti-Aging

One amazing benefit of this cosmetic oil it’s ability to make skin look healthy and youthful. In fact, this cosmetic oil will leaving your skin absolutely glowing. Pumpkin Seed Oil is full of nourishing antioxidants along with Vitamin E. These nutrients are a perfect blend for increasing the elasticity of your skin. This allows your skin to reduce fine lines and leads to a firmer, younger appearance. So, this is a perfect cosmetic oil for creating a your own diy anti-aging serum.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Healing the Skin

Another benefits of Pumpkin Seed Oil is its ability to help the skin heal. One of the many vitamins that this cosmetic oil contains is Vitamin K. This lovely vitamin helps your blood clot better and ultimately leads to your wounds healing faster. Furthermore, this can be useful for dealing with skin conditions, like eczema or psoriasis. This cosmetic oil may help you body control and heal these areas of your skin. Plus, the Vitamin E is useful for promoting cell function and nourishing your skin. Also, some have found that this cosmetic oil can be useful in preventing infection and irritation. So, this is a perfect ingredient for creating soothing, healing lotion.

Pumpkin Seed Oil Benefits for Skin Tone

Also, you can use this wonderful cosmetic oil to brighten and even out your skin tone. The nutrients that this cosmetic ingredient use to improve skin tone are Vitamins A, C, and E. Each one of these vitamins are useful for healthy skin cells, so together they are like magic! First, Vitamin C is known to both brighten and lighten. Also, Vitamin A helps the skin lock in moisture and keeps the skin from getting dry. Finally, Vitamin E is an amazing oil that will nourish your cells and help you heal, too. Anyone that considers their skin to be dull, will fall in love with this cosmetic oil. Its perfect for creating lotions that will leave your absolutely skin radiant!

natures gardenPumpkin Seed Oil Benefits: Contact Us

We hope that you enjoyed all the benefits of Pumpkin Seed Oil. If you would like to see more of our bath and body recipes, then check out our other Free Classes & Recipes. We have quite a few recipes that include cosmetic oils just as useful as this one. Also, feel free to contact us on any of our social media pages. We have a Facebook page, as well as a Twitter and Instagram. For the latter two platforms you can find us with @ngscents.

 

Natures Garden sells our pumpkin seed oil for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. The information we provide above is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Keep all oils out of reach of children and pets. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our oils. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Dec
05

25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil


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25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil

How awesome is it to create amazing smelling bath bombs, sugar scrubs, soaps and lotion? Whether you make them for gifts or for your own personal use, here are some amazing soap and cosmetic recipes using Grapeseed Oil and incorporating some of our popular fragrances.  We at Nature’s Garden Candles hope you enjoy discovering the benefits of grapeseed oil and using it in these fun, sweet-smelling recipes. Below, with 25 ways to use grapeseed oil, you are sure to find a bath and body recipe that you will love!

25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe

Our first recipe is a favorite of many of our customers. This Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter that incorporates the awesome Grapeseed Oil and our very popular Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil is thick and rich without being greasy or heavy all the while smelling sweetly of black raspberries with a hint of vanilla.  It is a very luxurious-feeling body butter recipe and would make a thoughtful gift with the love of being homemade!   

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Blackberry Sage Soap25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Blackberry Sage Soap

Next up is the Blackberry Sage Soap!  The Grapeseed oil in this purple and green swirly soap will add some amazing lather and will also add hardness to your soap. It is moisturizing and is often used in anti-acne soap recipes. The sweet scent of blackberries, vanilla and fresh green sage of the Blackberry Sage Fragrance Oil enhances the pleasure of using it during bath times!

25 ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe25 ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe

Grapeseed Oil that is used in these sweet little Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs will help you soak that dry, winter skin away! You will definitely come out of your bath smelling like you spent your day at a luxurious spa! Our Moonlight Tuberose Fragrance Oil that is used smells of apples, Lily of the Valley and Jasmine and we added just a hint of added sparkle to set off your glowing, soft skin! Taking a bath never felt nor smelled so good!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

Sugar Scrubs are the rage! So once you try this mighty little Natural Lip Scrub that is infused with the beneficial Grapeseed oil, and our all-natural lip balm base you will wonder where this has been all your life! It will help soften up those dry, chapped lips! The sweetness from a fun Blue Raspberry Slushie flavor oil, sugar and a little lip tint for color and your lips will be in heaven! Your taste buds may even like it too!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe

PEEPS!! Yes kids, just like the peeps the Easter Bunny brings us. Only these cute little bunnies are for bath time not for eating! These bath fizzy, colorful little bunnies will make your kids want to take a bath for sure! The Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs uses Grapeseed Oil for moisturizing, some super Fun Soap colors and our sweet Honey Almond Fragrance Oil! Very easy to create! So pop a couple of bunny Peeps into your kids’ bath, grab a couple of the marshmallow Peeps to snack on and watch the kids have fun and get clean at the same time!

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

This next recipe actually uses wine in it. Wine to use in a scrub? YES PLEASE! Not only will this Wine Sugar Scrub help get off those dead skin cells, your skin will be smelling sweet with the amazing Christmas Cabernet Fragrance Oil! Cabernet, vanilla and a hint of oak permeates the air along with a splash of real red wine of your choice to add! I mean wine obviously isn’t just for drinking, but why not have a sip of a good red while you scrub your pores? The glow your skin is going to have will not be from having too many glasses, but from the Grapeseed Oil that will leave your skin soft and moisturized and from the exfoliation from the sugar!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub

Up next is another awesome sugar scrub for those that like things to smell a little sweet and a little mellow.  Our Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub will leave your skin smooth, satiny and sweet- smelling just by the Grapeseed Oil, the sugar and the Vanilla Extract Fragrance Oil, oh and the vanilla powder that you add to this scrub. Vanilla powder? It smells AMAZING in itself! Yummy is the only thing I can think to say about this brown sugar scrub.

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Mistletoe Cold Process Soap25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Mistletoe Cold Process Soap

When you’re a cold process soap creator, you should always have some good Christmas soap recipes on hand. You can never have too much festivity added to the Christmas season! Here’s a pretty Mistletoe Cold Process Soap that your guests will oooh and ahhh over at your parties during the holiday season. This is a cp soap that smells of our Mistletoe and Ivy Fragrance Oil. It has a musky scent with a touch of cool camphor and of course English Holly. The Grapeseed Oil used in this will help your skin stay moisturized and soft. You may even have to create enough of this soap for gifts for your friends!

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Wine Lotion Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Wine Lotion Recipe

Next in our plethora of amazing bath and body recipes is our Wine Lotion.  Grapeseed Oil, Vitamin E and Reservatrol Powder, which by the way is known to have excellent antioxidant qualities, helps make up this soft and silky lotion for that rough and dry skin. The scent of our Shiraz Fragrance Oil that smells of blackberries and plums will lend a sweet perfume to the air and your skin. This lotion would pair nicely with the Wine Sugar Scrub and make an awesome gift for somebody who appreciates the grape at its finest.

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Natural Face Night Cream25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Natural Face Night Cream

Women are always on the look out for a good face cream.  A natural one is even better. Add the fact that it’s homemade and that you know the ingredients that you put into it is the cherry on top! This Natural Facial Night Cream that uses Grapeseed Oil, Calendula flowers, and cocoa butter will help replenish your skin while you sleep.  Since Grapeseed Oil is natural in antioxidants and Calendula can help reduce inflammation and help produce healthy skin, all you need is to have a good night’s rest and let this night cream do its job!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes

Next, we have our Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes. These sweet little scrubs will not only get those pores and skin exfoliated, the Grapeseed Oil will leave your skin soft and replenished! With a base of Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour soap, some yummy vanilla powder and NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar fragrance Oil this recipe is super easy and makes a great gift for your friends! They look so sweet and edible, but we don’t recommend snacking on them during bath time!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Fizzies25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Fizzies

Ice Cream Fizzies? Oh, yes! Not just any old bath fizzies though, BUT Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Fizzies.  Not only are they adorable, but they look like real scoops of ice cream!  You will have to warn yourself not to eat them they look so good. However, your skin will thank you with Grapeseed Oil that is used to help soften and hydrate your skin, and the Dead Sea Salt that can help exfoliate out those pores. The Peppermint Patty Fragrance Oil and the cocoa powder added will make your bathroom smell like a candy factory and will most likely have you digging into the freezer looking for a quart of the real thing once you’re done soaking!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe

Fresh, Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap! I would definitely set up a lemonade stand to hand  these out to those who want a fun, summertime soap. They smell just like the real thing with the Lemon Sugar Fragrance Oil, sweet, tart and just a hint of vanilla!  Plus, the Grapeseed Oil will help keep your hands soft if you’re working in the kitchen and needing to wash your hands a lot. The sunny yellow color will brighten up your bathroom or kitchen and look! There’s even a fun pink soap straw poking out of the soap “ice cubes”! Very, very fun and cute!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Oatmeal Milk Honey Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Oatmeal Milk Honey Cold Process Soap Recipe

Unlike a lot of Cold Process soap recipes, this Oatmeal Milk Honey Cold Process Soap makes a small batch. Perfect if your wanting to start out making soap and need some practice. Using Grapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil 76 along with real honey and oats, your skin will be soft and sweet! When you add the always popular Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil that smells exactly like it says will be a soap that will be a keeper in your recipe box!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Game On HP Soap25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Game On HP Soap

Women aren’t the only ones that like to smell amazing. Guys like a good, masculine scent and our Game On Fragrance Oil is definitely that! It has a woodsy scent of rich oak, and sandalwood. Use this scent in our Game On HP Soap. It uses Grapeseed Oil that will help keep their skin soft. They may not think they need soft, hydrated skin, but we ladies know they do!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Fruity Frenzy CP Soap25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Fruity Frenzy CP Soap

Fresh fruit overload in this Fruit Frenzy CP Soap recipe! Here we have a cold process soap that is using some very natural ingredients. Orange Peel Powder, Grapeseed Oil and mango butter. The Fresh Fruit Slices Fragrance Oil gives this soap a major fruit explosion! Your skin will feel soft and your senses will be awakened by this yummy-smelling soap.

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Manly Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Manly Soap Recipe

Sometimes we forget that maybe our guys want a good smelling soap that won’t leave their skin feeling dry. Try making this Manly Soap recipe for the man in your life (or your customers who are men). It incorporates our popular Grapeseed Oil so their skin will be left feeling soft and clean. Natures Garden’s Game On Fragrance Oil will leave a woodsy, strong oak with bergamot on their skin.

25 Way to Use Grapeseed Oil Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe25 Way to Use Grapeseed Oil Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe

 

So let’s talk some Calendula Swirl Soap! Made with grapeseed oil, Calendula and Olive Oil this soap has a multitude of benefits going for it! This soap has antioxidants from the Calendula, the anti-inflammatory properties of the Grapeseed Oil and the Olive Oil lend to the moisturizing category. The fragrance used is our Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance Oil, an airy, uplifting scent of lemon, peppermint with hints of floral!  This is a very positive-smelling soap to use in your daily morning routine.

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes

Clamshells are not just for candles! Use them for making Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes. These sweet looking little green cubes smelling of our Kiwi Fragrance oil will smell like the actual kiwi! When you add some poppy seeds in for looks you actually are getting some extra-exfoliation! Grapeseed oil lends its moisturizing hand to scrubbing those dead skin cells away, leaving you feeling smooth and supple!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Caramel Custard Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Caramel Custard Cold Process Soap Recipe

Mmmmmm! Caramel Custard! Rich, creamy caramel custard tasting of the sweet-warm flavor of brown sugar, maple and vanilla and rum. If you like Caramel and custard this is a definite must-try! Using the Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil, you may have the urge to give this soap a lick it smells so good! We advise you not to do so! However, this soap is eye-catching with its yellow and white swirls adding a rich, warm scent to the air and to your bath time. The Grapeseed Oil will help leave your skin feeling soft and not greasy. Give this Caramel Custard Cold Process Soap a try. We’re sure you’ll love it!

 

25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Energize Cold Process Soap25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Energize Cold Process Soap

We all need help waking up in the morning. Coffee will help. A LOT! Our morning routine also helps us shake the sleep off. Try this Energize Cold Process Soap to help perk up those senses. Using Grapefruit Lemongrass Fragrance Oil with its eye-opening scent of grapefruit, lemongrass, and light floral tones will have you awake and saying, “Good Morning!” With the benefits of Grapeseed oil to help moisturize your skin and the vibrant scent will help your body move into overdrive!

 

25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe

Chamomile has been around for thousands of years! This flower can be used in anything beginning with natural medicines, to food and beverages and all the way to bath and body products. This lotion, which does not use the actual flower itself, uses our Chamomile Fragrance Oil. A soft, floral slightly herbal smell that will calm your senses just by using the Chamomile Light Lotion that has the skin-softening agents of Grapeseed Oil. So just like the title says, it is a light, non-greasy, easily absorb-able lotion. Perfect for summertime to help keep your skin hydrated but not weighing you down.

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap Recipe

Bee Pollen? In a soap? Are you scratching your head over this? Bee Pollen isn’t  just something some are allergic to. There are many wonderful attributes to it such as vitamins A, C, D, and E.  It contains 22 amino acids, 27 mineral salts, hormones, carbohydrates, and more than 5,000 enzymes.  It is used in cosmetics as an antibiotic, anti-itch, and an anti-inflammatory agent. Bee Pollen has also been known to help treat acne. So making Royal Bee Cold Process Soap will not only have your skin buzzzzzzing with joy, but you will beeee smelling bee-utiful with the Nectarine & Honey Fragrance Oil that is added but the bee pollen will feed your hungry, vitamin-deficiency skin. Don’t forget! Skin needs nourishment too! When you add in the benefits of Grapeseed Oil then I would say you have one buzz-worthy soap to try!

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Sweet Wheatgrass Cold Process Soap25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Sweet Wheatgrass Cold Process Soap

Wheatgrass is an herb with an abundance of vitamins A, C, and E, amino acids, phytosterols, and minerals. It’s also used in cosmetics to treat skin conditions such as acne, athlete’s foot, eczema, chapped lips, wounds, psoriasis, and hemorrhoids. Also, wheatgrass is used as a natural green colorant in soap. Who knew, right?  Plus, the Grapeseed Oil helps out with moisturizing. So when you set out to make this Sweet Wheatgrass Cold Process Soap just know that you are going to make your skin happy with its natural benefits, and who doesn’t like something all-natural? Use our Sweet Grass Fragrance oil that smells like summer with its scent of clover, fresh-cut grass and a touch of wisteria and you will be pleased with this soap to keep in your collection of cold process soap recipes.

 

25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe

Did you know that lavender is one of the most fragrant of all herbs? Lavender has been used since ancient times for perfumes, for bathing, for wound healing, and as a natural insect repellent.  American Indians also used it for incense smudging. Lavender flowers can also be used in cosmetic and soap recipes. This little flower is also known to help reduce depression and sorrow. It is such a versatile little flower when it has dried and can add purpose to all your creative soap, candle and cosmetic creations. Try creating these Clamshell Bath Melts sometime. Drop one of these little squares in your tub and soak away your stress. The Kismet Fragrance Oil that smells of lavender and sweet orange will scent the air. With Grapeseed Oil added into the recipe you will get the benefits of soft, hydrated skin without the oiliness, and you will leave your bath tub feeling relaxed, clean and smelling sweet and stress-free.