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Aug
11

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe


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Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap RecipeWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe

We at Natures Garden have formulated yet another wonderful bath and body product recipe! Introducing our Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe! This shaving cream recipe is an amazing recipe that is perfect for nourishing your skin. The shea butter, rose clay powder, and our whipped soap base create a perfect blend of ingredients that will leave your skin feeling cared for and so very soft. This recipe is everything you need in a bath product as it is a cleansing, soothing and moisturizing shaving product. Plus, this recipe is quick and easy to make. Finally, we add in Natures Garden’s wonderful Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil. If you haven’t smelled this glorious fragrance oil you are missing out!

This rose clay shaving cream recipe can be completed in six quick steps. You will have a finished and packaged product that couldn’t be easier to make.  All you really need to do is whip your five ingredients together with a hand mixer. Then, you will have yourself a batch of amazing shaving soap! So, try this wonderful recipe out for yourself and see just how simply amazing it is to use and create. Not only will you enjoy the process of creating this shaving soap, but you are going to adore the skin softening properties of this product!

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe What is Rose ClayWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe What is Rose Clay

Rose clay powder is a natural cosmetic clay that contains the mineral kaolinite. Just like kaolin clay, which is what rose clay is primarily made of, this lovely mineral is skin loving, gentle, and natural. So, this pretty pink clay is a perfect addition to your homemade products. Our rose clay powder is perfect for skin care and has a few benefits that it will be able to provide to the body. Rose clay is a perfect cosmetic ingredient for recipes that need some extra skin care strength without being too harsh for sensitive skin. Plus, this is a cosmetic clay that has a pretty pink color. So, you can use this cosmetic ingredient perfectly for naturally coloring your homemade soaps and bath bombs, or any other bath and body product. 

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Benefits of Rose Clay Powder

Rose clay, often referred to as pink clay, is a lovely ingredient for cosmetics. Since this clay contains kaolinite, it is a perfect ingredient for sensitive skin types. Not only is this clay gentle enough for most skin types, but it provides quite a few benefits to the skin. First, rose clay provides some very light exfoliation. This will remove dead skin and help clean your body. Plus, this cosmetic clay will help to draw toxins out from the skin. So, this clay can help you get a deeper clean without drying out your skin. Further, rose clay powder will help to reduce any skin irritation or inflammation. So, this product will be perfect for your shaving cream recipe! This clay will help your shaving soap clean your skin and reduce irritation from shaving at the same time! Ultimately, this is pink clay a great choice for body products and will perform wonderfully in your homemade shaving soap creation. 

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil

Whipped Soap Base

Shea Butter 

Rose Clay Powder

Optiphen Preservative

4 oz. Clear PET Jar

White Dome Lid Smooth 58/400

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Equipment Needed

Scale (units in grams)

Small Bowls (2)

Deep Mixing Bowl

Mixing Spoons

Rubber Spatula

Hand Held Mixer

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weights of Ingredients

4 grams Rose Clay Powder

454 grams Natures Garden Whipped Soap Base

12 grams Shea Butter

4 grams Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil

4 grams Optiphen Preservative

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Clean and OrganizeWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Prepare to Create

Before you begin creating your skin loving shaving soap recipe, you need to make sure that you are fully prepared to create bath and body products. First, you are going to want to get together all of the supplies and ingredients that you will need to create this product. You are not going to want to have to stop working half way through your project to look for a mixer or a clean bowl. Plus, locating everything prior to working ensures that you will have everything you will need to finish your recipe. You don’t want to be half done and realize you are missing a key ingredient. So, get together everything you need and set it all near your work space.

Not only do you want to have a fun time creating this project, but you are going to want to make sure that your body product is clean. While this seems obvious, mistakes can happen if you are not prepared prior to working. So, you should make sure all of your equipment is cleaned and sanitized before you begin working. This means washing the bowls, mixing utensils, and the hand mixer. Furthermore, you will want to clean the surface of your work space. This can prevent contamination of your product from setting down your spatula between mixing stages. So, cleaning your equipment and work space will ensure that your product will

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weigh Ingredients for LaterWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weigh Ingredients for Later

First, you are going to weigh out a few of the ingredients that you are going to need in a later step. So, retrieve the shea butter, the Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, the Optiphen Preservative, and one of your small sized bowls. Then, tare out the weight of the small bowl on your scale and add your ingredients. You will need to include 12 grams of the shea butter, 4 grams of the Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, and 4 grams of the Optiphen Preservative. Now, you are going to set this bowl aside for a later step. We weighed these ingredients first because it will be easier to mix in later if it is pre-measured and ready to add to the mixture.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Preparing the Whipped Soap BaseWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Preparing the Whipped Soap Base

Next, you are going to prepare your whipped soap base. So, retrieve your deep mixing bowl and the container of whipped soap base. Now, tare the weight of the bowl on the scale. Then, weigh out and add in 454 grams of this Whipped Soap Base. After, you are going to have to whip your weighed soap base. So, grab your hand held mixer and begin whipping the soap base. Continue whipping the whipped soap base with your hand held mixer until your whipped soap base begins to look like a bowl of fluffy whipped vanilla frosting. Once you get your soap base to this frosting like consistency, you can stop mixing, you are ready to move to the next step.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Adding in the Rose Clay PowderWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Adding in the Rose Clay Powder

Then, you are going to add the Rose Clay Powder into your freshly whipped soap base. So, take one of your small mixing bowls and weigh out the rose clay powder. Remember that it should be 4 grams of this powder. Now, retrieve your spatula and the bowl with your mixture. You will begin to fold this powdered pink clay into your whipped mixture. You need to make sure that everything is mixed together very well. Also, be sure that you scrape the sides of your bowl as you work. Paying attention to this will make sure that you have incorporated any of the powder that may have collected on the edges.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Combine Weighed IngredientsWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Combine Weighed Ingredients

Now, you are going to add in the rest of your  ingredients for this recipe. These are the three ingredients that you had saved in your small bowl. So, put these into your clay and whipped soap mixture. Now, grab the small bowl of shea butter, Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, and Optiphen Preservative. Then, grab your spatula to help you mix in this bowl of ingredients. Again, you are going to need to fold these previously weighed ingredients into your whipped soap base mixture. Make sure that everything is thoroughly mixed together before you move on to the next step. After everything is mixed in well, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Whipping the Full MixtureWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Whipping the Full Mixture

After all of your ingredients have been added and mixed in the bowl, you are going to whip the mixture one more time. Everything should be folded well and mixed together, but you will need to whip the batter one more time. So, grab your bowl and the hand held mixer. Now, you are going to need to whip your mixture for the final time. This will be the last time before you will package up your finished Whipped rose clay shaving soap, so be sure to mix well. Once your shaving soap mixture is at the whipped frosting consistency, again, you can stop. Now, your product is ready for you to use! You can try it out now or just move on to the next step for packaging.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Packaging Your MixtureWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Packaging Your Product

Finally, your homemade shaving soap is completely finished. So, get ready for some skin softening goodness! Now, you are going to begin packaging your finished homemade shaving cream. So, grab the bag of the 4 oz. Clear PET Jars and the White Dome Smooth 58/400 Lids. You should need about seven of the jars, so get these ready on your work space. Now, take your spoon and start scooping your whipped mixture into the 4 ounce jars. After, place the lids on all of your jars. Finally, your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap is completely finished and packaged! Now, these jars of whipped shaving soap are ready for you to either use or store. Either way, this is the most exciting part of this whole process. Everything has finally come together!

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Using Your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving SoapWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Using Your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap

Now that your homemade shaving soap is finished, you may be wondering how to use your newly created Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe. Well, you won’t have to worry too much because it is a super simple product to use! You can use the Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap the exact same way that you use commercial shaving cream! So, you can use this product to protect and nourish your skin perfectly. All you need to do is rub the whipped shaving soap on the area that you want to shave, like your legs. Then, use your razor and some water to get rid of all your unwanted hair. After everything is all washed off, you will be left with smooth, softened skin that is perfectly nourished.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Share with UsWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Share Your Creations with Us

After you finish making your products, we would love to see your creations! Whether you have added your own twist or followed our instructions exactly, we would be excited to see what you have made. We always enjoy receiving pictures and stories from our customer’s creative endeavors. Personally, I have fallen head over heels in love with our whipped rose clay shaving cream. I used this recipe for shaving my own legs and it was absolutely perfect! This product really helped with razor burn and even left my skin feeling silky and smooth! I usually moisturize after shaving, but I didn’t need to at all! My legs were already super soft and not irritated from my recent shave. It was absolutely wonderful and had me ready to strike a pose! If you would like to share your own experience with us, then you can find us on social media! We would love to know how this recipe worked for you! You can share with us on the Natures Garden facebook page. Also, you can share your pictures on Instagram and tag us with @ngscents. We can’t wait to hear all about it and see your gorgeous creations!

Jun
22

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe


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Lemon Squares Soap Recipe

If you are looking for cute melt and pour soap ideas, then you have come to the right place! These little soaps are super cute and look just like some real lemon desserts! Also, anyone looking for easy melt and pour soap recipes are in luck, too! This melt and pour soap recipe creates 24 individual soap squares, is easy, creative, and super cute! Further, they are very easy to use and perfect for making cute guest soaps. Since this soap making recipe uses the brownie bites mold, the soaps are small enough to work for individual use. Whether you use them as decorative soaps, set them out for guests, or take one with your to the shower, these soaps are a perfect convenient size!

Not only are these soaps cute and convenient to use, but they are nearly a perfect match for the real lemon squares dessert that inspired this soap! We all know that lemon squares are delicious, so, it makes sense that our Lemon Squares Soap Recipe would smell and look pretty tasty, as well! This recipe uses a Natures Garden original scent, Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil, to provide a true, mouth-watering scent. Also, this soap recipe uses the silicone brownie bites molds and powdered sugar to mimic the dessert perfectly! Plus, this recipe uses melt and pour soap, which means that this recipe should be fairly easy to do yourself. So, use our recipe to create some perfect lemon squares soaps!

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap Recipe
Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow
8 oz.  Clear Bullet Bottle

FUN Soap Colorant Yelp Yellow
Brownie Bites Silicone Molds
FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide
24/410 White Fine Mist Sprayer
FUN Soap Colorant Brown Oxide

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Other Ingredients Needed

Powdered Sugar
Rubbing Alcohol (for your 8 oz spray bottle)

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Equipment You Need

Two Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Knife (to cut up your soap base)
Cutting Board
Microwave
Toothpick (for adding a smaller amount of colorant)

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

270 grams of the Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap Recipe
270 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
26 grams of the Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil
1 drop of the FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow
2 drops of the FUN Soap Colorant Yelp Yellow
3 drops of the FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide
1 toothpick of the FUN Soap Colorant Brown Oxide
A few grams of the Powdered Sugar

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Clean and Prepare

Before you begin this recipe you may want to clean and prepare both your workspace and the equipment you will be working with for this recipe. Since crafting can take most of your attention, it may be more likely for dirt to find its way into your finish products. So, just clean and wipe everything down before you start.

First, find a workspace that provided you with plenty of room and access to a microwave. So, sanitize the surface you will be working on to prevent anything from getting picked up as you lay down your utensils. Also, make sure to wipe out the microwave you are going to use to make sure nothing falls into your bowls as your heat the soap base. Next, you will want to clean all your equipment you will be using for the recipe. This will allow you to be sure that nothing will get into the melted soap as you mix the ingredients together. In addition, set out your Brownie Bites Silicone Mold and make sure it is wiped out well. Do all of this and your soaps are sure to come out perfectly clean and adorable!

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Weighing Soap for the First LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Weighing Soap for the First Layer

Initially, we are going to create the first layer of our melt and pour soap lemon squares. This will end up being the layer on the top of our soap when we are finished. So, weigh out 270 grams of the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base into a clean, microwave safe bowl. Now, you are going to melt your weighed out soap in the microwave. Take the bowl and heat your mango butter soap in 30-second increments until all the soap has completely melted. Once all the soap is in a liquid state, you can move on to the next step.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Preparing the First LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Preparing the First Layer

Next, we are going to add the lemon fragrant oil and create the color for our first soap layer. So, grab your bowl of melted Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base. Now, add 13 grams of Natures Garden’s Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil to your clear, melted soap base. Then, add two drops of the Yelp Yellow Soap Colorant and 1 drop of the Yellow Oxide Soap Colorant to the melted soap mixture. Make sure to mix everything thoroughly to incorporate all of the scent and colorants throughout the soap. After it has been evenly mixed, you can move on to the next step.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Pouring the First LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Pouring the First Layer

Now, you are going to pour this completed soap mixture into the mold to complete your first layer. So, fill each of the 24 cavities about halfway with your soap mixture. Just make sure that you don’t fill the mold cavities too high! Pouring too much into one cavity will prevent you from having a good-sized second layer. Also, you would be more likely to run out of your diamond clear melt and pour soap mixture before you finish filling all the cavities that you need to fill! So, try to keep the mold cavities filled as close to halfway as you possibly can.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Spraying the First LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Spraying the First Layer

Then, you are going to quickly finish off this first layer. After you have poured everything into the mold you are going to lightly spray the tops of your soaps before they start to set up. This is done to release any air bubbles that could be trapped. This air comes from the pouring process. So, grab your spray bottle of rubbing alcohol and give your soap a few good spritzes. Once this is done you will want to wait until this layer is entirely set up before moving on to another step. This will prevent unwanted mixing of layers and you are going to want two separate and straight layers

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Weighing Soap for the Second LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Weighing Soap for the Second Layer

Next, you will be getting the second soap layer ready. After the first layer has set up completely it is time to start preparing the second layer. Once we pop out the finished soaps, this will become the bottom layer in the finished soaps. So, weigh out 270 grams of the Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap into a clean, microwave safe bowl. Now, use the microwave oven to heat this soap base in 30-second intervals and stir quickly between each interval. After all the soap is in liquid form, you are ready for the next step of this process.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Preparing the Second LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Preparing the Second Layer

Now, you are going to be adding the lemon squares fragrance oil and soap colorant to your melted soap base. So, take your bowl of melted mango soap base and add 13 grams of the Lemon Squares Fragrance Oil. Then, you are going to add 1 drops of the Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant, 1 drop of the Yellow Oxide Soap Colorant, and a tiny amount of the Brown Oxide Soap Colorant. You can add this tiny amount of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant with a toothpick.  Simply dip a toothpick into your bottle of brown soap colorant. Then, dip the toothpick into the soap. This will swirl a very tiny amount into your melted soap base. After, mix everything together thoroughly until it is evenly dispersed in your soap mixture.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Pouring the Second Layer

Next, you are going to take your soap mixture and pour it into each of the cavities of the brownie bites silicone mold. Since your first layer is entirely set up, it is safe to pour this second layer of soap. First, you are going to spray the first layer one more time with the rubbing alcohol. Doing this will help the two layers stick together better and also help prevent the layers from breaking apart later on. After, fill the remaining half of each of the 24 cavities in your mold. After you finish you should have all 24 of the cavities completely filled to the top.

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Spraying the Second LayerLemon Squares Soap Recipe Spraying the Second Layer

Again, you will be spraying the top of your freshly poured soap in the mold. So, grab your spray bottle of rubbing alcohol. Then, lightly spray the tops all your soaps before they start to set up. Since this removes all the trapped air bubbles, spraying the rubbing alcohol should leave you with smooth soap. After you spray, you will wait a while to allow this layer to completely set up. Later, you will be removing all of your lemon squares from their cavities in the silicone soap mold. Once everything is removed you can move on to the final step!

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Adding the Powdered SugarLemon Squares Soap Recipe Adding the Powdered Sugar

Finally, you are going to be adding the powdered sugar topping to your finished lemon square soaps! At this point, the second layer you poured should be completely set up and you will remove all your soap from the mold. This will leave you with 24 bright yellow squares that are super cute! Now, each of these square soaps will be topped with the powdered sugar to give a more realistic effect. First, make sure that each lemon square scented soap has the side that has the brighter yellow, which was created with the diamond clear soap, facing up. Otherwise, you could end up with upside down lemon squares! Nobody wants that, so make sure to pay close attention.

Then, take a spoon and scoop some of the powdered sugar. Now, sprinkle this sweet powdered sugar onto the tops of your little soaps. Then, shake off any excess powdered sugar. The sugar should stick to the tops without rubbing alcohol. It seems to stick just like it would on a real lemon square!

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe Using Your Lemon Square Soaps

After your soaps all have their powdered sugar topping put on, they are finished and you are officially done with your soaps. Finally, these little dessert soaps are ready to use! Unlike with cold process soap, there is no cure time. This is because the soap had already been through the saponification process and given time to cure before you purchased the soap. So, your creations are ready to use as soon as they set up! Obviously, you can use your lemon square soaps just like you would a typical soap bar. Since everything, including the powdered sugar, is body safe. So, you can use these soaps as a hand soap or a shower soap. Regardless, you’ll get clean and smell like delicious lemon squares!

Lemon Squares Soap Recipe More Fun Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

If you are interested in trying out more of our creative melt and pour soap design ideas, then check out the Melt and Pour Soap Recipes page on the Natures Garden website. This page is full of all our recipes that we have formulated with melt and pour soap base. We have recipes like cupcake scented soaps, cute little gumdrop soaps, fun sliced soap loaves, and everything in between! You will be sure to find so many more recipes that you will love because we have tons of creative recipes to choose from and these are the best melt and pour soap recipes out there!

Once you have created your own melt and pour soap recipe, be sure to show us what you’ve made!  We love seeing our customer’s creativity!  Post a picture of your melt and pour soaps on our Facebook page, or tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

 

May
03

Bubble Bar Recipe


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Bubble Bar RecipeBubble Bar Recipe

Our next recipe is a homemade bubble bar.  Natures Garden has had a lot of requests for a bubble bar recipe.  Well, look no further read on for some bubbly fun!  For those of you that have never used a bubble bar, bubble bars are used to create a bubble bath.  However, instead of using a liquid bubble bath, they’re a solid bar that can be crumbled and added to your bath water.  They foam like crazy and are super fun to create.  I will say it takes some practice and can be tricky to roll out, but once you perfect your technique making them becomes an addiction.  You will find your creative juices are flowing and you can’t wait to make your next batch of bubble bars.

Bubble Bar Recipe Ingredients and Supplies Available at Natures Garden

Safety Gloves
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate- SLS
Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
Cream of Tartar
Corn Starch
Vegetable Glycerin
Mango and Mandarins Fragrance Oil
Avocado Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Yelp Yellow
FUN Soap Colorant Jailhouse Red
Safety Mask
Safety Glasses
Natures Garden Apron

Bubble Bar Recipe Other Equipment and Ingredients Needed

Scale or Measuring Cups and Spoons
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Rolling Pin
Parchment Paper or Silicone Baking Mat

Bubble Bar Recipe Total Recipe Weights

Note:  While we are giving both weight and volume measurements, we high recommend weighing the ingredients out.  This provides more accurate measurements and will give you better results when making your bubble bars.

272 grams (1 cup) Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
230 grams (1 cup) Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda
112 grams (1/3 cup) Cream of Tartar
36 grams (1/3 cup) Corn Starch
110 grams (1/3 cup) Vegetable Glycerin
12 grams (1 TBSP) Avocado Oil
3 grams FUN Soap Colorant Jailhouse Red
3 grams FUN Soap Colorant Yelp Yellow
7 grams Mango and Mandarins Fragrance Oil

Bubble Bar Recipe Preparing the Dry Ingredients

Bubble Bar Recipe Preparing the Dry IngredientsBefore you begin you want to put on your protective clothing.  So, make sure you put on your gloves, glasses, and mask.  First, we will weigh out your dry ingredients.  In a deep mixing bowl weigh out 272 grams sodium lauryl sulfate or 1 cup, 230 grams or 1 cup Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda, 112 grams Cream of Tartar or 1/3 cup, and 36 grams Corn Starch or 1/3 cup.  Next, use your hands to mix the ingredients together.  As you are mixing you want to make sure you are breaking up any clumps of powder you find.

Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Wet Ingredients

Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Wet IngredientsNow, we will add our wet ingredients.  First, add about 12 grams of avocado oil, which is the same as about 1 tablespoon.  Then,  add your vegetable glycerin.  You will need to add 110 grams or about 1/3 cup.  Next, add your fragrance oil. You will need to add 7 grams of the Mango and Mandarins Fragrance Oil.  Finally, use your hands to mix the ingredients together.  Make sure the ingredients are thoroughly and evenly combined.  You will end up with a dough like consistency.

Bubble Bar Recipe Coloring Your Dough

Bubble Bar Recipe Coloring Your DoughNow, we will begin dividing our dough.  For this recipe, we chose two colors.  So, go ahead and divide the dough into two equal parts.  We will need one half to be yellow and the other half a red-orange color.  Once you have divided your dough, place them in separate bowls.  Then, to the first bowl, add 3 grams of Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant.  Use your hands to mix the dough and incorporate the colorant.  Then, roll the dough into a ball.  This will make it easier to roll out evenly.

 

Bubble Bar Recipe Coloring Your Dough

 

Next, to the other bowl with the remaining dough, you will be coloring, add about 3 grams of the Yelp Yellow FUN Soap Colorant.  Again, use your hands to incorporate the yellow colorant.  Once you have incorporated the colorant, you will want to roll the yellow portion into a ball as well.  Set this one aside, for now, we will come back to it after we roll out the jailhouse red dough.

 

Bubble Bar Recipe Rolling the Dough

Bubble Bar Recipe Rolling the DoughNext, we will begin rolling out our dough.  You want to place your dough on either a piece of parchment paper or a silicone rolling mat.  Dust the parchment paper with baking soda.  This will prevent the dough from sticking to the paper.  Be careful not to use too much.  Do the same with your rolling pin.  Now, flatten your coral colored dough a bit and then use your rolling pin to finish rolling out the dough.  If you would like, you can place a piece of parchment paper on top of the dough and roll.  This will help make the dough a little bit smoother.  You want to roll your dough out, creating a rectangular shape.  Then, place the yellow dough right on top of the coral colored dough.  Finally, roll the yellow dough out to match the shape and size of the previous layer as closely as you can.  It is okay if the layers don’t match up perfectly, just get as close as you can.

Bubble Bar Recipe Rolling the Dough into a Loaf

Bubble Bar Recipe Rolling the Dough into a Loaf

 

Finally, we will be rolling our dough.  First, we recommend transferring your dough to a clean piece of parchment paper or mat.  You want to start with the side closest to you.  Use your parchment paper to help you roll.  Roll a little, then pull the parchment paper back.  Then, roll a bit more, and again, pull the paper back.

 

 

 

 

 

Continue rolling until your bubble bar dough is a completely rolled loaf.  Once you have finished it will look sort of like a pumpkin roll or jelly roll, except a very pretty bright coral and yellow color.  One you have rolled the loaf carefully transfer it to a clean piece of parchment paper.

 

 

Bubble Bar Recipe Slicing Your Dough

Bubble Bar Recipe Slicing Your Dough

 

Now, you will begin slicing the dough.  You want to slice them in about 1 to 2 inch sections.  Once you have sliced your loaf you will need to wait for it to harden.  This will take about 24 hours.  However, it can take longer a few days.

 

 

Bubble Bar Recipe Using a Bubble Bar

Bubble Bar Recipe Using a Bubble Bar

 

Lastly, once your bubble bars have hardened, they are ready to use.  For the best results crumble your bubble bar under warm running bath water.  Then, sit back and enjoy a nice, relaxing bubble bath.  Show us your bubble bar creations!  We always love seeing how our customers have used our products.  Tag us on Instagram @ngscents or post pictures on our Facebook page.  For even more recipe ideas and classes, be sure to check out our recipe box here.

 

Aug
28

Finding the Perfect Soap Recipe


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Soaping with knowledge, experience, and confidence.

With such a variety of soaping bases, fats, and oils available in the market, one can easily see where the excitement can collide with frustration, especially if you are new to soaping.  We strive for a perfect recipe, but where to begin, the possibilities are endless.  From this soap making blog series, we have already gone over the different types of soaping processes, soap safety, and soaping terminology.  Now, we seek out creating the perfect soaping recipe.

Soap is made by the chemical reaction that occurs when mixing fatty acids, lye, and water.  The lye component actually works as an emulsifier, bonding the fatty oils and water together.  Without the lye, this bond would never form.  These 3 elements, fatty acids, lye, and water are all essential components to the saponification process.

Each soaping oil/butter has a fatty acid composition, and since every oil/butter is different, so is their fatty acid composition.  It is through the variance of each fatty acid composition that important soaping characteristics and qualities are found.   Let’s briefly look at some of the most common fatty acids, as well as, the qualities that are provided by them in a cured bar of soap.

Lauric Acid:  Provides hardness, cleansing, and bubbly lather.

Linoleic Acid:  Provides conditioning

Myristic Acid:  Provides hardness, cleansing, and bubbly lather.

Oleic Acid:  Provides conditioning

Palmitic Acid:  Provides hardness and a creamy lather

Ricinoleic Acid:  Provides conditioning, bubbly lather, and a creamy lather.

Stearic Acid:  Provides hardness and a creamy lather.

As you can see, each and every element that is put into your soaping recipe has distinct benefits or uses, and some ingredients can also inhibit certain soap bar qualities.  Please also notice, that none of the fatty acids allow for all five of the soaping qualities that you are looking for in a bar of soap.  This is why; in order to find a good symmetry among these qualities, a soaping recipe usually contains several different oils (fatty acids).

In order to create a quality bar of soap, it is necessary to find a balance between hardness, cleansing, conditioning, bubbly lather, and creamy lather. This usually involves using a combination of oils/butters in your soap recipe. A typical bar soap recipe calls for 38% water content, and a 5% superfat (the percentage of oils that do not saponifiy).

Here are the values for a typical bar of soap; they are presented in a range:

Hardness 29 to 54
Cleansing 12 to 22
Conditioning 44 to 69
Bubbly lather 14 to 46
Creamy lather 16 to 48

There is however, one example of a soap recipe that can be done with just one oil.  For people who are allergic to nuts, olive oil soap can be made with just that…olive oil.  No allergen worries.  Once this bar has cured though, you have a nice conditioning soap bar that will not leave your hands dry, but, that same soap bar also will not produce a nice lather, and will be very limited in cleansing ability.  This is why being aware of all of the capabilities of your oils, fats, butters, and additives will give you a distinct advantage over other soap bars in the market.

Remember, since all oils have their own fatty acid makeup, they also have specific saponification or SAP values.  This is why it is extremely important that once the ingredients of your soaping recipe are calculated, you MUST use those oils.  They cannot be exchanged out for other soaping oils without recalculating your recipe.

Feeling overwhelmed yet?  Don’t!  We know that this is a lot of information to grasp.  This is why if you are new to soaping, it is our suggestion that you try a recipe that has already been tried and tested.  Doing this will allow you to initiate yourself with the soaping instruction and procedure.  Performing the steps from beginning to end will also give you a firsthand experience of the soaping method and key properties of the saponification process like trace or gel phase.

Congratulations Newbies!  Now is the time where we are actually going to make our first batch together.

If you have not read our blog on soap making safety, please do so now

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/blog/soap-making-safety/

Working with lye can be very dangerous!

We have already went slightly ahead, and provided you below a recipe for your 1st time soaping.

Here is what you will need for a 2 pound batch:

6 ounces of Coconut Oil, 76 degree

8.4 ounces of Olive Oil Pomace

8.4 ounces Palm Oil

1.2 ounces of Castor Oil

1.5 ounces of a body safe fragrance oil ie Oatmeal Milk & Honey

9.12 ounces of Distilled Water

3.393 ounces of lye (NaOH)

This recipe range for soap bar quality is:

Hardness 43
Cleansing 17
Conditioning 54
Bubbly lather 22
Creamy lather 31

As you will notice all of the qualities fall within the suggested range nicely.  This soap recipe will give you a balanced overall bar of soap.

When selecting your body safe fragrance oil, please take the time to review the CP soap results.  We have a link with all of our fragrance oils listed alphabetically with the CP results:

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/mas_assets/pdf/fragrtest.pdf

Good Luck and remember, once you feel confident with your testing recipe, it is time to break the mold and explore the realm of crafting your own soap recipe.  Soap that is completely made by scratch, every ingredient controlled by you!

A very informative class has been created to help you find exactly which ingredients you may want to consider using in your recipe.  Here is the link:

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/mas_assets/pdf/soapoils.pdf

As you looking at all of the various fats/oils/butters that are capable for soaping recipes, jot down or note any of interest.

In the next class, we will review how to use the soap calculator!

Jun
26

Homemade Facial Mask Recipe


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I have come to a grave realization lately.  An awkward awareness that I would rather keep locked up and to myself.   I am trying to embrace this change, and I feel that sharing this with you may be the first step in my acceptance.  Although, let the record state that there still is a fight left in this dog.  I have hit an unwritten milestone in my life.  It may not be a celebrated achievement, but part of me has always known that this was inevitable.   I am old!

I know, I know, some people may look at me (at age 31) and say… “No honey, you are still young…”, but I know that you are slightly stretching the truth.  But, thanks for trying to make me feel better!  The real truth is, for the first time in my life, I am no longer in the young crowd.

To get down to the nitty gritty, the signs have been evident for quite some time now.   I have lost my touch with understanding the generation below me.  I look at them, like what they are wearing specifically, and ask myself when did this become the hip thing.  See, right there, I used the word hip… is this yet another sign?

To give you a little more insight, one of my guilty pleasures is gossip magazines.  I thoroughly love reading  the buzz on celebrities, even though I know it may not be true.  I just enjoy being in the know of the rumor mill.  But, now I feel betrayed.  As I fervently flip through the pages, scanning each headline and photo, I am coming to grasp that I do not know these people.  They are not my regular celebrities.  In fact, who are these kids… and when did they start gracing the pages.  Did I fall off the face of the planet and someone forget to tell me?

More than feeling out of touch, I am lost in general when it comes down to it.  My youngest sister is 19.  She is currently living with me.   We have a blast together, just like the old days when we were all growing up in the same house.   Yet, there is an adult part of me that just does not understand her.  The music she listens to, the zany hairdo’s, and the vibrant colors embellishing her face and nails.  I am so out of the loop.

More than the outside world, I seemed to be obsessed with my own physical aging.  It is almost as if I am trying to win an uphill battle.  When did this all happen?  I see myself every day, and I never noticed any of this.  I see wrinkles on my face.   There are numerous, very evident gray hairs that daunt me.  Sometimes, when I walk past a mirror, I even see my mother’s face.  (I meant that nicely, love you mom.)  Just the other day, I noticed crumpled, puckered skin above my knees.  This all has to stop!

Visualize the famous oil painting The Scream of Nature by Edvard Munch, and you will see how I am feeling right now; out of place, unsure, lost, unrecognizable, scared.

So, I am calling myself to arms.  I am not going to sit back and watch myself grow old without a war.  This fight is about to get physical, and I am engaging the first round of battle myself.  I am smart, sophisticated, and ready to face the aging battle.  Here come the facial masks.

Skin care is super important, as I am sure you all know.  Youthfulness is wasted on the youth, boy if that ain’t the truth.  I can actually remember distinctly not listening to adults who told me to take care of myself when I was young… I always thought that I had more time.  But, isn’t that the story for everything.

So, now I am taking action.  And in true perfection, Natures Garden has just ventured into the realm of herbs.  How exciting is this.

I decided among the long list of things to youthfulize myself (yes, I did in fact make that word up), I would start with my face.  I figured this would be as good as any aspect to start on since my face is what everyone sees.

Making a facial mask is super easy, quick, and very rewarding.  It just so happens that Natures Garden carries all of these supplies too!

Here are the ingredients for a Refreshing Green Clay Mask:

24 grams French Green Clay powder

6 grams vegetable glycerin

2 grams peppermint leaf powder

2 grams of peppermint leaf cut and sifted

Step 1:  Weigh out and mixed the dry ingredients together and set aside (except for the peppermint leaves cut and sifted).

Step 2:  Make a strong peppermint tea infusion by pouring a small amount of hot water over the peppermint leaves cut and sifted and allow them to steep.

Step 3:  Strain the peppermint leaves infusion through a coffee filter to remove the leaves.

Step 4:  Using 18 grams of the peppermint tea, add 6 grams of vegetable glycerin to it and stir.

Step 5:  Now, pour this mixture over the dry ingredients and stir.

Step 6:  Apply generously to your face and allow to dry completely.

Now, I am not going to lie to you, this mask gets tight.  I couldn’t move a single muscle in my face once the mask hardened, but it was so worth the slight discomfort.  I left the mask on for about 20 minutes.  I waited until it was completely dry and hard.  Then I simply washed it off with warm water.  What was left was a rejuvenated, younger looking face; my new face.

My skin was baby butt soft.  My pores, especially the ones on and around my nose, were tiny again.  My T-zone area was not shiny at all.  It was face perfection for me.  I am now a huge fan of Natures Garden facials!

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone

Inspire, Create, and Dominate!

Sparkles!!! Nicole

(Corporate Manager of Natures Garden Candle Supplies)

www.naturesgardencandles.com

Feb
15

New Homemade Conditioner Recipe


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In case you haven’t noticed yet, I am a huge advocate of trying new things.  Recently, I had the chance to expand my knowledge and crafting skill to a new level.  Spoiler Alert:  I am in love!

With all the fun and exciting recipes that are filling up Natures Garden’s recipe box on the homepage, I decided that I would take a chance and try something new myself.  I was quite intrigued by several of the recipes; however, I wanted to choose something that was going to be a little challenging.  It was while I was looking over the various recipes that I realized I have actually never made anything bath and body from scratch.

We have been working with Kim (our CP tester) from Natures Art for the last few months, so I decided that I was going to try one of her recipes.  As I am sure that you can already tell by the picture, I selected the conditioner recipe to try my hand at.

Embarking on a new creative journey, I anxiously prepped my crafting area, read through the directions (another spoiler alert… super easy), and grabbed all of the supplies that I needed.   Wow, making homemade conditioner is quite rewarding.  The most time consuming part of the whole recipe was the boiling aspect.  After that is was amazingly simple.

As soon as I finished, I rushed to the bathroom to quickly wash my hair and give the conditioner a try.  The silkiness and warmth (since I had literally just finished making it) was heavenly.  Not only did my hair smell amazing (I used Vandra Orchid Fragrance Oil), but I was really taken back by the lack of tangles.  My hair is quite lengthy and on the thin side, brushing it after a shower has been something that I’ve hated to do since I was a small child.  However, with this new conditioner… I was able to comb straight through, no brush required.  Not wanting to count my chickens before they hatch, I waited to see how my hair felt after it had dried… my results were that my hair had never been so shiny and soft.

Mad kudos to Kim Sanchez of Natures Art for the fabulous recipe.  I was so excited about this new product that I decided to share it with all 5 of my sisters; and needless to say I will be hosting a conditioner party at my house this weekend. I am even going to make special conditioner for my girls scented in the fun Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil.  They are going to love it!

This recipe is one that I highly recommend to everyone.  It is easy, has very few ingredients, and is definitely worth the time and effort.  Plus, for an added bonus, after you are finished testing your new hair conditioner; may I suggest jamming to Willow Smith’s Whip My Hair for added fun!  It is a blast!

Have hair that is sleek, sexy, sassy, and smells sooooo good.

To view the recipe (you know that you want to), click Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner.  Feel free to swap out the Cucumber Aloe fragrance oil for another, just pay attention to the IFRA percentage for safe recommended usage.

If you are interested in other fun recipes, check out the recipe box on Natures Garden Homepage.

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone

Inspire, Create, and Dominate!

Sparkles!!! Nicole

(Corporate Manager of Natures Garden Candle Supplies)

www.naturesgardencandles.com

Jan
09

Soap Hearts with Love Messages


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SOAP HEARTS WITH LOVE MESSAGES

Stackable soap hearts with a hidden, laminated love message.

INGREDIENTS:
Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap
Natural Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap
Neon Pink FUN Liquid Soap Colorant
Tomato Red FUN Liquid Soap Colorant
Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil
Stackable Hearts Mold
Transfer Pipettes
Glass Pyrex Measuring Cup with spout
Ribbon for Decorating
Love Messages
Laminating sheets

Directions:
Note: Each block of Natures Garden’s Melt and Pour Soap is perforated into 40 cubes. Each cube is approximately 1 oz.
1. Prepare Red Heart:
A. Melt 2 cubes of glycerin melt and pour soap in microwave in 15 second increments until completely melted. Add ½ teaspoon of passionate kisses fragrance oil and 2 drops of tomato red FUN liquid soap color. Stir. Pour mixture into largest heart mold. Spritz with alcohol to remove air bubbles.
2. Prepare Pink Heart:
A. Melt 1 ½ cubes of Natural Goat’s Milk melt and pour soap in microwave in 15 second increments until completely melted. Add ¼ teaspoon passionate kisses fragrance oil and 1 drop Neon pink FUN liquid soap color. Stir. Pour mixture into medium sized heart mold. Spritz with alcohol to remove air bubbles.
3. Prepare White Heart:
A. Melt 1 cube of Natural Goat’s Milk melt and pour soap in microwave in 15 second increments until completely melted. Add 1/8 teaspoon passionate kisses fragrance oil . Stir. Pour mixture into small sized heart mold. Spritz with alcohol to remove air bubbles.
4. Allow soap to set up. We allow our soap to set up in the refrigerator or freezer so that it releases more easily from the molds. Pop out of molds.
5. Prepare your love messages by printing out the free love messages we provided, laminate them, and carefully cut them out.
6. Place a love message between the large heart and the medium heart.
7. Place white heart on top.
8. Tie ribbon around all three hearts.

Natures Garden Candles and Soaps Supplies

 

Nov
02

Scented Play Dough


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Fragrances like Natures Garden’s Reindeer Poo make really amazing scented childrens play dough!

This weekend was a chilly one.  Snow fell in many areas, and although ours did not stick, we did not go unnoticed.  With the weather not really cooperating, my girls and I were trapped in the house all weekend long.  Not fun!

Needless to say, we were already feeling the walls closing in.  We needed something entertaining to do.  Off to google I went to see if there were any projects we could do to pass the time away.

My girls are huge fans of creative things.  They love to color, draw, build castles with their building blocks, and play with craft dough.  So, at least I knew if I could find something that was hands on, we were in there.  I knew that my mom had made craft dough with the girls before and they had a blast.  I only needed to find a recipe.

After quite a few links, I stumbled upon a great recipe of unscented play dough.  Could this play dough be scented?  Yes it can!

This craft dough is pretty basic and can be colored and scented to extend the wow factor.   My girls selected all the fun Christmas scents, and I double checked to make sure that all of the fragrances were body safe.  I also let them choose the colors for the craft dough.

Here are the supplies that are needed:

8 cups flour- I used the All-purpose kind

8 cups warm water

4 cup salt- the regular table kind

1 cup vegetable oil

1/4 cup Cream of Tartar

Latex gloves

5 Glass plates

5 gallon sized Ziploc bags

5 Pipettes

Natures Garden Soap Dyes:  Red,
Blue, Yellow, Green

Natures Garden Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance oil

Natures Garden Jack Frost Fragrance oil

Natures Garden Snowman Balls Fragrance oil

Natures Garden Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance oil

Natures Garden Reindeer Poo Fragrance oil

 

This recipe is for a really large batch, but I wanted to make sure that both girls had a nice amount of craft dough to play with.

 

First: In a large saucepan, mix the flour, salt, cream of tartar, water, and vegetable oil together.  Stir.  Place the saucepan on the stovetop and cook over low heat.  Stir occasionally.  You are looking for when the craft dough starts to look like mashed potatoes.  The key to when it is finished is when the dough clumps together and you can pull it from the sides of the saucepan.  You do not want the dough to be sticky though.  Keep the low heat on until the dough appears dry.  You are seeking the same texture as store
bought craft dough.

 

Second:  Remove the saucepan from the heat and set aside.  You want the craft dough to cool naturally.  It is done when you can touch the dough and it is cool.  While the dough is cooling, wipe down your counter space with warm soapy water.  You want to do this now so that the area is dry for the next step.

 

Third:  Carefully, dump all of the craft dough onto your work space.  Start to knead.  You will knead until the craft dough is smooth.  It will almost have a silky feel to it.

 

Four:  Divide it up.  Since we are making 5 different scents and colors, you will want to separate the dough as evenly as possible
into 5 large balls.  Please note, one of the balls will be uncolored, this will be your cream color.

 

Five:  Once you have all of the balls, using your index finger poke a hole into it.  You are going to use this hole for your soap dye coloring.  One color designated per ball.  I would suggest doing this step one ball at a time.

 

Six:  Put on your latex gloves.  Take one glass plate and place a ball on it.  Carefully, start to knead the ball on the plate.  Keep
kneading until the color is consistent throughout the entire dough portion.  If you need to go bolder on the color, just recreate the ball and hole and start over again.  The tip here is do not be afraid to knead your heart out in this step.  Repeat this step for each color until you have all colors completed.

 

Seven: Once you are happy with your new bright and beautiful dough colors, stick each one individually in a gallon Ziploc bag.  It
is time to get your scent on in the next step.

 

Pause- Here is our scent to color break down we used:

RED- Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance oil

BLUE- Jack Frost Fragrance oil

CREAM (uncolored)- Snowman Balls Fragrance oil

GREEN- Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance oil

YELLOW-Reindeer Poo Fragrance oil

 

Eight: Using one pipette per dough bag, drip 2ml of the fragrance into the Ziploc bag and sealshut.  Knead again, but do it in the
Ziploc bag until all of the fragrance is absorbed.  Repeat for the remaining 4 dough bags.

 

Nine: Get crafty and have some fun!  When you are finished, store left over craft dough in Ziploc bags.

 

This was really a ton of fun to do.  My girls had a blast making it and playing with it. This is something that is fun, easy, and way cheaper than the store bought.

 

Caution:  Because the craft dough is scented with fragrance oil, make sure that any surface that is used with making or playing
with it is safe for fragrance.  Fragrance can ruin wood stained areas.  Scented play dough contains fragrance;  do not allow children to eat the play dough!

 

Fragrance & Fun For Everyone!

Nicole (Manager at Natures Garden)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

Oct
04

How to Make Tea Light Luminaries


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Tea Light Luminaries

These luminaries are both decorative and simple to make. By scenting only the tea light, you can change the scent frequently.  As always, when making and burning candles use caution and common sense. 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients  Needed:

Pillar of Bliss Wax

Joy Wax

Spectrum Liquid Red Candle Dye

– Balloons

Plastic Tea Light Cups

Zinc Core 1 3/4 Inch 44-20-18z

Natures Garden Pineapple Orchid Fragrance Oil

Equipment  Needed:

Pouring Pot

Thermometer

– Metal Spoons

Directions:

Step 1:  You will need to prepare your 5-10 water balloons, depending on how many luminaries you would like to make.

Step 2:  Using the double boiler method, melt approximately two pounds of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Melt the wax to 195 degrees, and add the red candle dye.  Drop melted wax temperature to 180 degrees.

Step 3: Now you are ready to begin coating the balloon with the wax.  You need to dip the balloon several times.  Then, place the balloon on a flat surface.  You will want to do this while the wax is still warm.  This will create a level bottom.  You will need to repeat this process until you get your desired thickness.  Allow the luminaries to harden.

Step 4: While you are waiting, prepare your tea lights. Melt joy wax (using a double-boiler method) to 200F. Add coloring to your specifications. Drop the temperature to 175-170F. Add 1 ounce of fragrance oil per pound of joy wax.  Pour into Plastic Tea Light Cups.

Step 5:  Once your luminaries have hardened, you will need to pop the balloon.  Be sure to remove any pieces that may still be inside.

Step 6:  You may need to even out the tops.  You can use a heat gun for this.  Keep the heat gum about six inches away.  Slowly work your way around the rough edges.   If you direct the heat in the same spot for too long the wax will begin to drip.

Step 7:  Now place tea lights inside your luminaries and enjoy!  Use caution when burning the tea lights.  Luminaries should be placed on a flame retardant plate or surface before burning tea lights.  Always keep an eye on burning candles.

 

 

Melissa (Natures Garden Customer Service rep)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

Aug
18

SHOW & TELL THURSDAY!


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Our theme this week is BEVERAGES!

Anything that smells like a beverage or looks like a beverage. You are always welcome to post homemade products that are not theme-related.

Visit our Facebook Page and post photos of your products and any links on the wall tonight at 9:30pm EST.