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Aug
09

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe


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Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe

Green Tea is incredibly popular these days. It’s considered a super food in today’s world of healthiest foods to eat or drink. However, this little leaf that’s made into a tasty beverage, isn’t just for drinking! While the health benefits for the inside of your body are endless, green tea can be beneficial for the skin as well. It can be used in a toner, facial masks or scrubs. Lotions, soap, shampoo and conditioners. In fact, Nature’s Garden has developed a brand new  Green Tea bath bomb recipe that incorporates the mighty                                                                                                 Matcha!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Talk About Green Tea

Before we get started, though, let’s talk about what Green Tea can do for your skin. Green Tea contains polyphenols called catechins. These powerful antibacterial agents that are responsible for effectively delaying the signs and symptoms of aging. Also present are high amounts of enzymes, amino acids, vitamin B, folate, manganese, potassium and magnesium. These nutrients are perfect for improving your skin complexion and giving you a healthy glow. Not only will it improce the skin’s elasticity, but the antioxidants, tannins and Vitamin K in green tea can help treat puffy eyes and dark circles.

Green tea is perfect for those that suffer from acne. It is also wonderful for correcting sun damage, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. It can even promote new hair growth and prevent common problems like dry scalp and dandruff! It’s amazing stuff, that’s for sure! There’s no time like the present on getting started with treating your body right! Trying out our new bath bomb is the perfect way!

Did you know? There are four main varieties of green tea prepared in Japan. Each type depends upon it’s leaf length, method of processing, and season of harvesting. However, the most common kind of green tea that I am sure we are all familiar with is, Matcha. This is the leftover powder of green tea and it is also called “Dust”. While this green tea has a more subtle, aroma and natural sweetness than the other varieties, this tea is more common in traditional Japanese ceremonies.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients you can find at Nature’s Garden

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

  • Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Scale

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 5 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 5 grams French Green Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Argan Oil
  • 18 grams Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Green Tea C/S
  • 5 grams Green Tea Powder

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Before You Get Started

Before you get started on creating your bath bombs, it’s important to take a few precautionary steps. Always clean and sanitize your work area. Plus, you will want to make sure all of your utensils packaging materials are clean and sanitized. We strongly suggest that you should wear gloves, safety mask, safety glasses and protective clothing when preparing this recipe. Have a spray bottle filled with the witch hazel ready to go and all your equipment within arms reach. These steps will allow your creating to run smoothly with no interruptions!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance OilGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil

While we could have used our Green Tea Fragrance Oil in this recipe, we chose to use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis. This fragrance oils is an unique, refreshing combination of fresh lemon pulp, orange rinds and tropical kiwi along with middle notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo. The base notes are of cedarwood and vanilla! A very uplifting, fresh green fragrance! It works perfectly in cold process soap, with no discoloring, accelerating, ricing or separating. The scent retention was strong and perfect!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Talk about a Few of the Ingredients

For this recipe we will be using citric acid and baking soda. Citric Acid can be used for many different industries and products. It can be used for medicinal purposes, skin care, hair care, bath and body products, soaping, and cleaning purposes. When used in soaps, it works as a water softener, and helps to produce better foam. When used in bath bombs and combined with baking soda, citric acid is responsible for the actual “fizzing” action of the bath bombs. Baking soda. Many skin care benefits come from baking soda. It gives the skin a silky and soft feeling, helps to treat many skin conditions and is also great for exfoliating the skin. For hair care, baking soda can be used in a rinse to make the hair softer and give it a silky feeling.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: French Green Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: French Green Clay Powder

French green clay powder is a perfect addition to this bath bomb recipe. French Green Clay is the most frequently used clay by health professionals and spas to treat skin conditions, to nourish the skin, and to remove impurities. This clay is light green in color when dry, but turns dark green when wetting agents are added.  The reason French green clay is green is because it contains actual decomposed plant material; making French green clay very nutritious for the skin. It contains some very important minerals such as,  Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, Copper, and Selenium.  Since French Green Clay powder is so full of healthy minerals, it can be added to mineral baths to help nourish the skin, remove impurities, relieve sunburn, and to aide in the relief of arthritis pain.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Bentonite Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Bentonite Clay Powder

Bentonite clay is a light greenish/beige colored clay that turns an olive color when water is added to it. Also, Bentonite clay is used in face mask formulations to help clean impurities from the skin and adding bentonite clay to bath bomb recipes helps to make your bath bombs harder.

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Green Tea PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Green Tea Powder

A green tea bath bomb wouldn’t be complete without, of course, the Green Tea Powder and we all know how awesome this is for your skin! We have also included Green Tea Leaves. These leaves are cut and sifted and will help give you some gentle exfoliation! While you can use any oil that you have available, we chose Argan Oil. This oil is very luxurious feeling and helps leave the skin soft, smooth and supple!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Get Started

To begin with, you will need two mixing bowls. The first mixing bowl will be for your dry ingredients and the second bowl will be for your wet ingredients.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing The Dry IngredientsGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing The Dry Ingredients

In your first bowl, weigh out 300 grams Citric Acid, 600 grams Baking Soda. Using your hands or a large mixing spoon, combine these ingredients together until fully mixed. Set this bowl aside, while you get the wet ingredients together.

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, in the second bowl, you will prep the wet ingredients. So, in the bowl, weigh out 18 grams of Argan Oil and 18 grams of Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis fragrance oil. Give these a stir with your spoon.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now we are going to add the two bowls of ingredients together. To the dry ingredients, add the bowl of wet ingredients.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Ingredients

Next, you will be mixing the ingredients together. Using your hands to combine the ingredients well. You want to be sure the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Dividing the Mixture

Now we are going to divide our mixture in half. Leave one half of the mixture in the bowl and place the other half of the mixture in another mixing bowl.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the French Green Clay and Green Tea PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the French Green Clay and Green Tea Powder

Next, to the first bowl, weigh out 5 grams of French Green Clay and 5 grams of Green Tea Powder. Mix these ingredients together using your hands.

 

 

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Green Tea C/S and Bentonite Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Green Tea C/S and Bentonite Clay Powder

Now you will take the second bowl of mixture and weigh out 5 grams of the cut and sifted green tea and the 5 grams of bentonite clay powder. Give this a good mix together using your hands.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Witch Hazel

At this time, we will begin using the witch hazel that was prepped earlier in your spray bottle. Begin with the first bowl and spray the mixture while mixing the contents with your hands. You want to keep spritzing and mixing until you have a crumbly dough-like consistency throughout all the bath bomb dough. Once the first bowl is done, you will set that aside and do the same with the second bowl.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the First Half of the Bath Bomb

Now you will be forming the bath bomb and for this you will need your bath bomb molds. Keep in mind that each mold set will consist of two differently shaped parts. So, take one half of the bath bomb mold and fill it with the mixture that contains the green tea powder. Pack this into the mold half tightly and compactly.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Second Half of the Bath BombGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Second Half of the Bath Bomb

Next you will be making the second half of the bath bomb. Using the mixture that contains the cut and sifted green tea, pack the other half of the mold tightly and compactly.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Bath Bomb TogetherGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Bath Bomb Together

Now you are going to put the bath bomb together. Before doing so, lightly mist each half of the bomb with the witch hazel. Then, press the two halves together tightly. The mold should snap together. You can set this mold aside to set up and continue the process of packing the halves of the molds and putting them together with the remainder of the dough. This recipe makes 6 bath bombs.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Them Set Up

Finally, you will give your bath fizzies enough time to set up. This can be anywhere from 24-48 hours depending on the humidity of your environment. Keep your bath bombs in a cool, dry area away from places that they could get knocked down or roll away.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Ready to Use

You can choose to keep your bath bombs in their molds until you are ready to use them. This makes selling or giving your creations easy, clean and simple! However, if you wish, you can also remove the bombs from their molds and package them how you prefer. When it’s time for a bath, simply drop a bath bomb into some warm, running bath water. Relax and enjoy a nice, soak in a beneficial bath!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: That’s the End

We hope you enjoyed this new recipe from Nature’s Garden. Using green tea in any or all of your bath and body products is sure to give your skin some glowing, healthy results! If you would like to add another green tea bath product to your line, check out our Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil. This bath oil has some skin softening oils that will leave your skin feeling extra moisturized and luxurious!

If you would like to learn more about how amazing green tea is, follow this link to read about 10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea. It’s a very informative article that may inspire you to start adding this healthy beverage to your diet!

Let us see what you have been creating! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (ngscents) and Instagram (ngscents). We love hearing from our customers and seeing what you have been up too! Plus, it’s a great way to show off something you are proud of! Show us and show everybody!

 

 

Apr
24

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe


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Lavender Mint Bath Bomb RecipeLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe

It’s spring time! Well, kind of spring time. We had a couple of nice, warm days here in Ohio. What makes you think of spring? Some of our thoughts turn to spring planting. Others think of spring clothes or just looking forward to the bright colors of Mother Nature. I look forward to warmer weather, sunny days and the fresh smells from flowers and newly cut grass. However, at Nature’s Garden, our creative team starts to think of spring recipes and our Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe is a perfect example. With its soft pastel colors and fresh, crisp fragrance, this bath bomb will make you think and smell spring immediately!

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: The Ingredients

First off, before we get started, let’s talk about some of the ingredients we are using in this recipe. Most of your bath bombs use only two basic “bath bomb” ingredients. Baking Soda, Citric Acid. However, we added an extra ingredient into this recipe, Sodium Cocoyl Isethinate, or SCI. SCI is a gentle sufecant derived from coconut and it is used in a variety of cosmetic recipes. Sodium Cocoyl Isethioniate (SCI) gives your soaps, shampoo, bath bombs and bubble bars their bubble action. Most of all, bath bombs need some skin-nourishing oil added in! We chose Jojoba Oil. This oil has remarkable absorption and moisturizing qualities. This bath bomb is going to leave your skin feeling soft and silky after a nice, long soak in the tub!

Our fragrance oil inspiration is our Lavender Mint WOW.  Anybody in the bath and body business will know that lavender is a popular herb known for the soothing and calming effects it can have. Lavender, which is a very down to earth, natural fragrance, however, it can be a bit overwhelming by itself. With a touch of mint added in you have a wonderfully balanced fragrance that is bright yet subtle, crisp yet soft. This bath bomb is a perfect showcase for this fragrance oil. Lavender Mint WOW is an wonderful verdant scent of earthy lavender flowers and fresh peppermint and spearmint leaves! With soft colors of violet, green and white, this pretty, little bath bomb will be a perfect addition to your spring or summer bath and body line!

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Found At Nature’s Garden

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

  • Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
  • 6- Clear Round Acrylic Fillable Ornaments
  • Mixing Bowls ( You will need 3)
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Scale

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 166 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI)
  • 512 grams Citric Acid
  • 1,120 grams Baking Soda
  • 18 grams Jojoba Oil
  • 16 grams Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil
  • 7 grams Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant
  • 12 grams Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Work Space and Equipment

Before you begin creating you want to make sure your work area and all the equipment you are using is clean. This will prevent any unwanted particles or bacteria from getting into your bath bombs. Also, make sure you have you have enough room to work in. We highly recommend wearing an apron to protect your clothing and gloves, glasses, and a mask. In addition, you will want to have your Witch Hazel bottles in a spray bottle. Witch Hazel is used to help bind ingredients with little to no action so it’s important to have that handy and ready to go. Water will not be helpful in this recipe and as a side note, this recipe is best prepared in a non-humid climate. Like I stated above, bath bombs are activated by water and simple moisture in the air can slightly activate these guys.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry Ingredients

Are you ready to get started?  So, in the first bowl is going to be your dry ingredients. Take your scale, making sure it is set to grams, and weigh out 166 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, 512 grams Citric Acid, and 1,120 grams of Baking Soda. Then using your gloved hands, mix the ingredients together, breaking up any clumps as you go. Once these are mixed well, set this bowl aside.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you can combine the wet ingredients together. So, in a separate bowl, with your scale still set to grams, weigh out 18 grams of Jojoba oil and the 16 grams of Lavender Mint Wow Fragrance Oil. Mix this together well using your mixing spoon or even a whisk.

 

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Next, we can combine our wet and dry ingredients together. Slowly add the oils to your dry. For the record, if you happen to get a mild reaction when you add the wet to the dry, don’t panic! It will calm down once you get more dry mixed in. Finally, use your gloved hands to mix the ingredients together. You want to be sure the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture. This bowl can be set aside until later.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the DoughLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Dough

Now that your base mixture is combined, you can separate the dough so it can be colored. You are going to separate the bath bomb dough into 3 equal portions and there is no distinct weight for each portion so go ahead and eyeball it. Two bowls will be colored with our FUN Soap Colorants and one bowl will remain un-colored.

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Violet ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Violet Color

Now we can add our colorant! Tare out your scale and to the first bowl, add in 9 grams of Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant. Then using your gloved hands you will mix the color fully and evenly into your dough until you have achieved a nice, pale violet color. You can set this portion aside for the moment.

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Green ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Green Color

Next, let’s mix the green! Tare out your scale and in your second bowl add 12 grams of Kelly Green FUN Soap colorant. Again, using gloved hands, mix the green colorant in thoroughly and evenly until you have a nice, pale shade of green. Now you can set this bowl aside.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Molding the Bath Bombs

There are many types and shapes of bath bomb molds out there that can be used.  Virtually anything can be used as a bath bomb mold! Silicone molds, soap molds, shallow jars or deep lids.  Shop around your local craft store or even look around your kitchen and let your imagination take over! You can make all shapes and sizes of bath treats, however, please keep in mind that you need the mold to have the ability to release easily. With this recipe, we kept it easy and chose a simple, round plastic fillable Christmas ornament that you can find in any craft store.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Starting With Your First ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Starting With Your First Color

Next you can start putting these bath bombs together! You may start with any color you wish, however we started with the green dough. Plus you will be using the Witch Hazel now.  Please note, that it is important to not spray the dough with too much of the Witch Hazel. Over spraying can cause the bath bomb ingredients to activate and as a result your bath bomb will not stay together. Now go ahead and spritz your dough with the witch hazel. Using your hands,give it a nice mix. You are looking for the consistency of damp sand. Take one half of the mold. Next, you will take a small amount of dough and press it firmly into the ornament half.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Second Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Second Layer of Color

Next, we can move onto the second color. Again, chose any color you wish. We went with white. Give the mix a spritz of Witch Hazel and mix it well making sure it is the right consistency. Next, take a small amount and press it firmly on top of the first layer.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Third Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Third Layer of Color

Next, you are going to spritz your third layer of dough with Witch Hazel so give it a quick mix, making sure it looks like damp sand.  Take a small amount. Add it to the second layer. Fill to the top as full as you can get it without it overflowing. Make sure to press the dough firmly down.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Second Half of the Mold

Now we are going to work on the second half of the mold. So, repeat the process of layering as we did in the first half.  With your first color, take a small amount and press it firmly into other half of the mold.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Second Layer of Color

Move on to the second layer by taking a small bit of dough and pressing it firmly onto the first layer.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Third Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Third Layer of Color

Finally, you are going to finish off the second half of the mold with your third layer of color. So, pull off a small amount of dough and push it firmly on top of the previous layer. Next you will be putting the two halves together. So first, give each half of the mold a light spray of Witch Hazel then press the two halves together tightly. Lastly, you will want to place the bath bombs in an area where they will not be disturbed or roll around and let them rest for at least 24 hours. In addition, make sure that the bombs are in a humid-free zone.  Now you can continue building the remaining molds with the same layering process. This recipe should allow for six medium sized bath bombs.

 

See how easy making bath bombs can be? The ingredients are simple and they can be found in your local grocery store! Plus, the kids can even help with making them since there are no hazardous materials used! With a little creativity and inspiration, the possibilities are endless!  We hope you enjoyed this newest edition to our bath bomb recipe collection. We are sure you will love the scented balance of the soft, earthy lavender and the bright, crisp scent of mint combined. These bath bombs will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Plus, the scent of Lavender Mint WOW will leave your bathroom smelling like a spa!

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb: Dos and Don’ts of Bath Bombs

In conclusion, I have included  a tiny list of reminders on how to treat your bath bombs after they are made!

Do remember to keep them out of the humidity! The littlest bit of moisture in the air can cause your bath bombs to go off into a fizzy display! Not good from a selling standpoint! Consider airtight containers or glass jars with lids as a display option. Furthermore, bath bombs can shrink wrapped or even placed in cellophane bags and tied tightly with a pretty ribbon or twist tie.  You will want to wrap them right away.

Do use your bath bombs withing a few months of making or receiving them. The fresher the bath bomb the better the bubble and fizz!

Do let your bombs completely set up. Do not attempt to take them out of their molds yet! Your bombs should come out of the mold easily. Simply use the tabs at the top of the mold to pull the two sides apart being careful in removing them.

Don’t use craft glitter in any of your bath bomb creations. Always use a cosmetic grade glitter.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb: Give Us A Shout

Looking for some other bath bomb inspiration? Check out our recipe box! There are a whole bunch more recipes for bath bombs, bubble bars, and bath fizzies! Also, you can show off your bath treats, or anything else you have created with any Nature’s Garden products!  Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents) or Twitter (@ngscents). Show us what your made! Give yourself a pat on the back for helping the world smell a little bit better!

Jun
30

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils


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Best Lavender Fragrance OilsBest Lavender Fragrance Oils

Take a look at the best Lavender Fragrance Oils that are available at Natures Garden! This fragrance oil list is the perfect collection of different types of lavender scents. We have some more true, pure lavender scents and other scents that are our own fragrance blends. Regardless of your favorite kind of lavender fragrance oil, we are sure to have something for everybody. Plus, we have included free craft recipes that perfectly include these aromas!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils French Lavender Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils French Lavender Fragrance Oil

First, we have the lovely, French Lavender Fragrance Oil. This fragrant oil by Natures Garden is the unique aroma of French Lavender Flowers. French lavender is one of the many different types of lavender flowers that exist in the world. This particular scent was created to smell exactly like true French Lavender Flowers. Of course, this unique and lovely scent is a Best Seller!

Lavender Fragrance Oils French Lavender Fragrance Oil Soap

This lavender aroma would make a perfect homemade natural soap bars! This scent has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. Plus, this scent is nice and strong with the aroma blend of vanilla and lavender. This fragrance oil is a perfect floral scent for soap making!

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils French Lavender Fragrance Oil Candle

Additionally, you can use this lavender fragrance oil to create your own room scents. Obvious, this fragrance oil would pair well with a pretty, purple candle. So, use three drops of purple liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a purple color block into your melted wax.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils French Lavender Fragrance OilYou  can use this lovely lavender aroma in our Foaming Bath Salts Recipe! This bath product recipe uses various ingredients to create a recipe that is create for you sink and very relaxing. Not only does this recipe use the Ritzy Bath Gel and Sweet Almond Oil to moisturize your skin, but this recipe includes Sea Salt. This allows the bath salt recipe to be exfoliating and provide a nice recipe for a bath soak. As you may know bath soaks are very relaxing. So, this recipe would make a great addition to your bath!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Flowers Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the lovely Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil that you can use in your products! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a wonderful aroma of true lavender flowers. This flower scent is the most widely known aroma for lavender. When you think of what fresh lavender flowers should smell like, chances are that you are thinking of this fragrance oil’s aroma exactly. So, try out this relaxing aroma in you natural bath and body products!

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil Soap

Our Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil is perfect for cp soap! Not only is this a lovely scent for bath and body products, but the aroma remains strong and true in finished soaps. Plus, there is no ricing, no separation, no discoloration, and only a very slight amount of acceleration.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil Candle

Additionally, you can use this fragrance to create some lovely scented candles. This aroma is perfect for a purple candle, so use three drops of purple liquid candle dye or use a small amount of shredded purple color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil RecipeWho wouldn’t prefer their armpits to smell like fresh lavender flowers? The Natural Deodorant Recipe uses this fragrance oil perfectly to do just that! Not only is this natural body product perfect for reducing body odor, but it leaves you with a soft, lovely scent of true lavender. Further, this recipe uses oils that are great for your skin to leave your skin but deodorized and healthy!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Martini Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil

The Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is where Gin martini meets lavender in this creative aroma.  We’ve successfully captured the effervescent carbonation in this unique fragrance oil. This lovely lavender martini fragrance begins with top notes of tangy lemon zests, orange, and carbonation; followed by middle notes of spicy bergamot, mint, and lavender; sitting on a base note of rosewood.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil Soap

Plus, this unique scent is perfect for soap making! You should not find a single issue, as there is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Further, this unique  scent is clean and strong is cured soaps!

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil Candle

Additionally, you can create some amazing homemade candles with this aroma. To create the perfect hue for this scented candle add a drop of purple liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of purple color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil RecipeSince this scent works so well in soap, the Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe is perfect! This scent soaps like a dream, so you have plenty of time to swirl the bar and create your fluffy topping! Plus, this fragrance is basically the best selling soap in the world, as it is strong, fresh, and clean!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil

Also, check out our awakening Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil! This clean fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a garden fresh blend which opens with bright lemon and sweet orange. The citrus tones are lifted with eucalyptus as they lead to a classic lavender bouquet at the heart of the scent. Shimmering green accents create an intriguing freshness for the floral element. At the base of the scent orange blossom blends with a woody tone to support the garden character.

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil Soap

This clean fragrance oil would be a perfect choice for your soaps made from scratch. This scent has no  ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Plus, the scent is strong and true in the finished product!

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this could be a great choice for creating clean scented candles for you home! If you use this scent for candle making, then we suggest using two drops of purple liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or you can shred a small amount of a purple color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil Recipe

Additionally, this scent is perfect for bath products! Our Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe uses this scent to create twelve clean and relaxing scented bath melts. Of course, this recipe uses butters and oils that take care of the skin and keep it moisturized. However, this recipe includes even more great ingredients! Both Lemon Peel Powder and Lavender Flowers Whole are used in this recipe! The lemon peel powder adds a real lemon touch as well as provides nutrients for the skin. The lavender flowers were added to further the relaxing aroma of this product.

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Luxury Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil

Now, you can try out our Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil! This luxurious aroma by Natures Garden is a lavender lover’s dream!  A tranquil combination of fresh herbs and cool camphor.  Unique and lovely!  Natures Garden’s lavender luxury fragrance begins with top notes of Italian bergamot, eucalyptus leaves, citrus zest, and French lavender; followed by middle notes of lily of the valley, and clary sage; sitting on base notes of Nordic pine, cool camphor, and clove buds. So, this calming scent is perfect for creating relaxing bath products.

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil Soap

First, you can use this scent in your handmade soaps! This luxurious fragrance if perfect for cp soap, because there is absolutely no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Further, this scent is  beautiful in soap, as it is true and strong after curing! Truly gorgeous soap!

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil Candle

Additionally, you can create some calming scented candles with this aroma. Also, this calming lavender aroma would go nicely with a deep shade of purple. So, add three drops of purple and burgundy liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of purple and burgundy color blocks in your melted wax.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil Recipe

Further, you can use this tranquil aroma to create our Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe. Since this fragrance is perfect for cp soap, this is a perfect aroma for swirling! Not only will this create a lovely bar of soap, but there are real lavender flowers and rose petals added in, too!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil

The Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is the perfect scent to make your home smell clean, and will help to relax your mind at the same time! Our Lavender Apple scent starts with top notes of red delicious apple, raspberries, plum, and sugar; followed by middle notes of floral rosaceous green notes, lilac, pear, and eucalyptus; and sits on a powdery, woodsy musk base note.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

This clean fragrance is perfect for calming handmade soap! First, this scent performs perfectly with no acceleration, no separation, no ricing, and no discoloration. Plus, the scent is perfect in cured soaps! The aroma after cure is very strong, herbal scent!

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this fragrance can be used in homemade room scents. We suggest creating a purple and pink blend for this type of scented candle. So, add two drops of the red along with a tiny bit of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red and purple color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Recipe

Also, this scent is great in our own Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe! This recipe uses herbs, butters, and oils to create a perfect bath and body product for your skin. These oils and butters are sure to keep your skin moisturized and nourished. Also, the sugar in this recipe is the best for exfoliating any dead skin. Plus, the lavender flowers are perfect for adding extra scent and creating a recipe that is even more calming!

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil

Plus, we have our Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil, which is fresh and herbal. This fresh fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fabulously, well-balanced herbal blend of earthy lavender flowers and fresh peppermint and fresh spearmint sprigs. So, this well rounded scent is perfect for products! If you are looking for a strong scent that is perfect for your homemade crafts, then check out this fragrance oils.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil Soap

This amazing lavender scent is perfect for soap! You are going to love this fabulous aroma in your soaps! Further, the scent is outstanding in finished soaps! Plus, the performance is phenomenal with no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, you can create some very strong candles with this fragrance oil. We suggest using three drops of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded purple color block per four pounds of wax.

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils NG Vanilla Lavender Type Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils NG Vanilla Lavender Type Fragrance Oil

Our NG Vanilla Lavender Type Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a relaxing and tranquil scent. Also, this scent is one that is very unique and memorable. So, this aroma is a  well-rounded combination of fresh lavender, fresh vanilla beans, with orange zests and patchouli. Obviously, this scent is one of our best selling fragrance oils!

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils NG Vanilla Lavender Type Fragrance Oil Soap

This unique vanilla lavender scent is perfect for creating scent soaps! First, your fragrance will remain very strong in the finished soaps. Plus, this scent will perform very well! This fragrance has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils NG Vanilla Lavender Type Fragrance Oil Candle

Further, this fragrance oil is perfect for creating homemade scented candles. We suggest using a lighter purple for this aroma, so use a drop of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded purple color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Vanilla Lavender Fragrance Oil Laundry Soap

Not only is this scent great for soaps and candles, but this aroma is lovely for your clean clothes. Our Delicate Laundry Soap Recipe uses this vanilla lavender scent and leaves this aroma on your freshly cleaned clothes.

 

Best Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Sage Fragrance OilBest Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil

Lastly, we have our Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil, which is herbal and gorgeous. This fragrant oil by Natures Garden is perfect, complex and unique, herbal combination! Lavender Sage Fragrance Oils begins with top notes of French lavender, lime, sage, and fern leaves; followed by middle notes of dill, pepper, moss, and ginger; and well rounded with base notes of pine, musk, and patchouli. Further, this aroma is an NG Original Fragrance!

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil Soap

Further, this scent is great for making soaps. This aroma remains strong in finished cp soap! Additionally, there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. While there is a slight lavender/tan discoloration, it pairs very nicely with this aroma!  Plus, it would be very easy to cover with soap colorant, if you prefer a purple hue.

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil Candle

If you would like to create a scented candle with this fragrance, then go right ahead! This scent is perfect for candles! We recommend using a drop of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded purple color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Lavender Fragrance Oils Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil Recipe

Also, you can use this scent to create our gorgeous Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe! Not only is this a bath bomb with a relaxing scent, but this product contains herbs that are perfect for a bath! This amazing bath bomb recipe uses lavender flower powder, whole lavender flowers, and whole rose petals to create a spa worthy product!