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Aug
14

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe


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Hibiscus Bath Bomb RecipeHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, we have a gorgeous bath bomb recipe that includes the properties of skin-loving hibiscus flowers. This cosmetic herb was used to create the Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe. This wonderful Natures Garden recipe is both beautiful and amazing for the skin! Further, this wonderful, floral bath bomb includes the scrumptious scent of our Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil. The tropical scent of this scented oil blends wonderfully with the aroma of the our cosmetic hibiscus herb. So, this recipe is a great choice for the bath, as you can enjoy the scent of this cosmetic recipe along with the skin loving qualities of this bath and body recipe!

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil
Hibiscus Flowers Whole
Kaolin Clay Powder
Hibiscus Flowers Powder
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves 
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Rubber Gloves

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Fractionated Coconut Oil
5 grams of the Hibiscus Flowers Whole
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
5 grams of the Hibiscus Flowers Powder
18 grams of the Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance OilDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil

Not only do we use wonderful skin nourishing ingredients in these cosmetic recipes, but this bath bomb includes a refreshing, tropical aroma. The Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil has a paradise of fruity and floral notes that create something you”’ want to escaping to find. The scent has notes of tangy pineapple, freshly-sliced summer melons, and crisp apple slices. This scrumptious aroma blends with notes of iris, rose, jasmine, and cyclamen. Finally, these scents are all sitting on a blend of vanilla and musk that make this blend absolutely perfect!

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing and Sanitizing

Before you begin creating this lovely bath and body recipe, you will want to do a little bit of prep work. First, you will want to gather all the cosmetic ingredients that are needed to create this recipe. Further, you will need to gather and clean all the equipment that you will need for this bath and body recipe. Also, we suggest that you clean and sanitize an area for you to work, too. After you have a work space cleaned off and you have prepared the cosmetic supplies, you are ready to begin creating this bath bomb recipe!

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry IngredientsHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to want to weigh out a few of the dry ingredients for this bath bomb recipe. You will need to use the scale and a medium mixing bowl. Then, weigh and add 300 grams of the citric acid and 600 grams of the baking soda to your medium mixing bowl. While you can begin to mix these ingredients together and break up any clumps, it doesn’t need to be perfect at this point, Since we have more powdered herbs to add, it would be okay to wait until you add the next ingredient to the bowl.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Kaolin White Clay PowderHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Kaolin White Clay Powder

Next, you will be adding a skin loving cosmetic clay to the rest of your dry ingredients in the mixture. So, take the same medium mixing bowl with the other ingredients. So, you can add in 10 grams of the kaolin clay powder. This cosmetic ingredient is great for those with sensitive skin, can help cleanse the skin, and can help remove toxins. Now, you are going to need to mix these dry ingredients together. We suggest you use a gloved hand to mix these cosmetic ingredients thoroughly. Also, be sure to break up any clumps that may have formed in the mixture.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix Everything ThoroughlyHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix Wet and Dry Ingredients Thoroughly

Now, you will need to prepare the wet ingredients. So, set aside the bowl of  the dry ingredients and grab the other medium mixing bowl. Then, you will need to add 18 grams of the fractionated coconut oil as well as 18 grams of the Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil. After you weigh these ingredients you can combine the wet and dry ingredients. Then, mix these cosmetic ingredients together using your hands until everything is evenly mixed. Once these ingredients have been combined well, you can move on to the next step.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Divide the Bath Bomb Mixture in Half

Now that these wonderful cosmetic ingredients are all blended together, you can divide the mixture into two even portions of the bath bomb mixture. So, use the two medium mixing bowls to evenly separate the portions into these two bowls. One of the portions will use the whole hibiscus flowers herb and the other portion will use the powdered hibiscus herb.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb PowderHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Herbs

So, take one of the two medium bowls full of your bath bomb mixture. You will want to add 5 grams of the hibiscus flowers powder to this portion of the mixture. First, adding this cosmetic herb will provide a pretty pink color to your first portion of the bath bomb recipe. You will love this cosmetic ingredient for both the appearance and the benefits for the skin, as this herb is full of nutrients. Once this wholesale herb is added you need to mix these ingredients together thoroughly.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Spray the Herb Powder PortionHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Spray the Herb Powder Portion

Now that the first portion of the bath bomb recipe is mixed completely you can get this portion prepared for the mold. So, you can use the witch hazel spray on this pink bath bomb mixture. You will need to mix this dough with a gloved hand as you continue to spray. Once the dough is a crumbly dough consistency, you are ready to use this mixture to fill your molds. However, you will need to be careful and pay attention to avoid using too much of the spray. If you spray more witch hazel than you need, then some of the ingredients may activate. This will be apparent to you, as you will see fizzing in the bowl. Unfortunately, this means that your mixture may not work properly.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Fill the Bath Bomb Mold Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Fill the Bath Bomb Mold

Finally, this portion of your mixture is ready to fill the bath bomb molds. So, take one of the halves and pack it full. After you have one of the wholesale bath bomb molds filled, you can begin to fill then rest of your bath bomb halves. You should be able to use this mixture to fill six halves of your bath bomb molds. You will not be putting these portions together with each other. Instead, you can set all of these halves aside until you have the second half filled and ready to use. So, you can move on to the next step to prepare the other half of this bath bomb.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Spray the Whole Herb PortionHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Spray the Whole Herb Portion

Then, you can put the mixture with the hibiscus flowers powder aside for the time being. Now, you can take the second portion of this mixture to add the whole cosmetic herb. So, add the 5 grams of the hibiscus flowers whole and incorporate it evenly into this portion. Once these ingredients are fully mixed, you can begin to spray these ingredients with witch hazel. Again, you will need to mix the dough with your gloved hand as you spray. Once you obtain the correct consistency you will be ready to move on to the next step.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Fill the Second Half of the Bath BombHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Fill the Second Half of the Bath Bomb

Next, you will be filling the other halves of  your bath bomb molds. So, take the portion of this mixture with the whole hibiscus flowers. At this point you should have the right dough-like consistency. If you do, then you can start packing this dough into your bath bomb mold. Then, you can fill the other six bath bomb halves. Once these are all filled you can begin combining these halves.

Now, take one of the pink colored halves and one of the uncolored halves. You will need to lightly spray each of the halves with witch hazel and press them together. Once the mold snaps shut, you can leave the filled bath bomb mold aside for now. Lastly, you will need to do the same thing to create the remaining bath bombs.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bombs

All you have left to do is wait for your bath bombs to set up! The time that this takes can be slightly different depending on the humidity level and the climate of your area. However, you will know that the bath bomb is set up once it has hardened. If you want to leave them in the container, then you can use this cosmetic mold as a kind of simple bath bomb mold packaging Or, you can pop them right out of the mold and they will hold their fun, round shape. Then, you can either use your own packaging ideas or just use them in you own bath!

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Hibiscus Wholesale HerbHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Cosmetic Hibiscus Wholesale Herb

There are many fantastic reasons for you to use this wonderful herb in your cosmetic recipes. First, this cosmetic herb is perfect for using as a natural colorant for bath and body products. Not only does this wonderful cosmetic herb powder provide a lovely pink color, but there are some wonderful benefits for your skin, too.

This cosmetic herb can help even out the skin in both texture and tone. Also, the hibiscus cosmetic herb can help cleanse and soften the skin. Further, this herb has been used to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging. Also, this herb can be useful for promoting faster wound healing for the skin. So, this herb is perfect for promoting healthy, beautiful skin. If you want to learn more about this cosmetic herb, then you may want to check out our Hibiscus Class.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Hibiscus Wholesale Herb RecipesHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Hibiscus Wholesale Herb Recipes

Although Natures Garden sells our hibiscus herbs for cosmetic use only, not for food products, there are many benefits for using a food grade hibiscus herb in food recipes. If you add this herb to your diet, then there are some benefits that you can gain from the hibiscus herb. First, this herb is thought to help with colds. Also, hibiscus has been known to improve appetite. Plus, this herb may work as a laxative and a diuretic. Plus, this herb can be used to help treat inflammation. So, there are many benefits for adding  some of the hibiscus herb to your diet.

Often, people like to add hibiscus flowers to their tea recipes. This herb is said to have a tart taste in teas that can be balanced with other yummy, sweet herbs. But, there are many other fun ways to use this wonderful herb. One fun recipe that you can create with this herb is the scrumptious Strawberry Hibiscus Jam by Love and Olive Oil.  Regardless of how you want to add this cosmetic herb to your diet, the hibiscus flowers are sure to provide benefits to your body.

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your QuestionsHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any questions about this herbal recipe or anything else, then you can reach out to us to ask them. You can find us on the phone, at the store, and on social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using either our company name or our handle @ngscents. Here you will find updates on cosmetic recipes like this one on our social media pages. We hope that you enjoyed this lovely bath and body recipe! If you want to see more unique, herbal bath bomb recipes like this one, then keep a look out for even more wonderful cosmetic recipes that are coming very soon! 

Aug
10

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe


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Mojito Bath Bomb RecipeMojito Bath Bomb Recipe

Now that we at Natures Garden are carrying bath bomb molds, we wanted to create some fantastic recipes with these new bath and body supplies. So, we decided to take the refreshing mint scent of our spearmint herb along with the mouth watering aroma of our Mojito Fragrance Oil to create a great cosmetic recipe. Introducing the fabulous Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe! This lovely bath bomb layers two different colors in a gorgeous swirl of spearmint and the scrumptious Mojito scent. You are sure to love this bath and body product for bringing your rest and relaxation to a whole new level of stress free.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate
Sweet Almond Oil
Kaolin Clay
French Green Clay Powder
Spearmint Leaf Cut and Sifted
Mojito Fragrance Oil
Kelly Green Liquid FUN Soap Colorant
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves 
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

Witch Hazel (in the spray bottle)
Two Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Rubber Gloves

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
5 grams of the French Green Clay Powder
18 grams of the Mojito Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
9 grams of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
5 grams of the Spearmint Leaf Cut and Sifted
18 grams of the Sweet Almond Oil

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Benefits of Spearmint for SkinMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Benefits of Spearmint for Skin

Not only is this bath bomb refreshing and scrumptious, but the Spearmint Leaf Cut and Sifted has a few benefits for the skin. So, this bath and body recipe has some fantastic benefits for your body to enjoy. First, this mint herb is often preferred over peppermint for those with sensitive skin, as this herb is more gentle. Also, this cosmetic herb has antioxidants that can be useful for reducing signs of aging. So, this herb can be used to help reduce wrinkles or discoloration. Also, this herb has anti-inflammatory properties that are useful for dealing with bug bites, rashes, and other itchy skin irritations. Further, this aroma is thought to help relax and reduce stress. So, this cosmetic herb is the perfect choice for adding to a bath bomb recipe that you can sit back and enjoy!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mojito Fragrance OilMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mojito Fragrance Oil

Although the spearmint herb is perfect for the bath, this bath and body recipe needed a touch of this scrumptious fragrance oil. Our scrumptious Mojito scent has powerful top notes of juicy lime and sugar. These notes are balanced by the aroma of refreshing mint leaves, which is enhance by the true  scent of the spearmint herb. Finally, this beverage scent is finished with notes of rum, which perfectly blend with the notes to create a strong, authentic Mojito scented oil. So, why not try out this mouth watering scented oil in a bath and body recipe that you will be sure to enjoy!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Prepare

Before you begin creating your homemade bath bombs you will want to prepare a bit to make this process as easy as possible. First, you will want to prepare your bath bomb equipment and collect the necessary ingredients. So, you will need to gather all of the listed supplies from above. Also, you will want to make sure that your bath bomb supplies and your work space is clean and sanitized. This will make sure that you are creating a clean, quality finished product. Now, you should be ready to get started on creating your homemade creations!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry IngredientsMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry Ingredients

First, you will need to mix most of your dry ingredients together. So, take one of your two medium mixing bowls. (The other bowl can be left aside for now.) Then, you will need to add 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, and 600 grams of Baking Soda to the bowl. Now, you will need to make sure that you mix these ingredients thoroughly. Be sure that you break up all the clumped powder as you combine your cosmetic ingredients. You may find that it is easiest to use a gloved hand to mix these ingredients. After, these powders are completely mixed you are ready to move on to the next step.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you are going to be preparing the wet ingredients for this recipe. So, you will want to take your second bowl to add these wet ingredients together. You will need to combine 18 grams of Sweet Almond Oil and 18 grams of the Mojito Fragrance Oil into the bowl. Once these two ingredients are mixed together, you are ready to mix these ingredients together.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry IngredientsMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to add your dry ingredients to the wet ingredients. You will want to use your gloved hands again to mix these two bowls of ingredients together. You will want to continue to mix until all the ingredients are evenly mixed together. After these ingredients are mixed thoroughly, you are ready to add the wholesale cosmetic herbs and create the pretty design.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the HerbMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb

Next, you will be adding the wholesale herb to your bath bomb mixture. First, you are going to want to add in 5 grams of the Spearmint Leaf Cut and Sifted to your mixture. You will want to mix this refreshing cosmetic herb to the bath bomb mixture. Continue to mix until the herbs are completely incorporated. Again, you will want to use your hands to mix all of this herb into your bath fizzy mixture.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Mixture

Now, you are going to want to separate your bath bomb mixture into two equal portions. One of these portions will remain uncolored and the other will be made green. So, divide your mixture into two and put one of the medium mixing bowls aside for now.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Green PortionMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Green Portion

Now, take one of your two divided portions of the bath bomb mixture. You are going to be adding colorant and an herb to this portion. First, you will want to add 9 grams of Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant to this bowl. Also, you will want to add in the clay powder. So, mix in 5 grams of the French green clay powder. Now, you will want to use your gloved hands to mix in the color and herb. Make sure to thoroughly mix the color and break up any concentrated clumps. Once the mixture is an even green color without any speckles, you are ready to on to the next step.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb MoldMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying with Witch Hazel

Next, you are going to begin filling the wholesale bath bomb mold. So, take you first color and slowly spray your mixture with witch hazel. You will want to continue to spray the dough in your hands until it feels like crumbly dough. However, you will need to be careful not to spray the mixture too much. If you over spray your mixture, then you could potentially activate the ingredients. You will see that the ingredients are activated when the mixture foams a bit. This will mean that the ingredients in the bath bomb will not fizz as well when used in your bath tub.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath BombMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb

After, you are going to use this crumbly dough to fill your bath bomb mold. Take one half of the bath bomb mold and use this dough to begin filling the mold. You can begin with either color, but we decided to start with the uncolored dough. Make sure that you press the dough firmly into the mold. This will be the first layer of your bath bomb. Next, you are going to use the second color to create the next layer.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Second ColorMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Second Color

Next, you are going to work with your second color. In our case, this will be the green color. For you, it will be which even color you didn’t use first. So, take a small amount of this mixture in your hands and begin to spray it with witch hazel. Again, you will want to spray until your reach the same consistency as crumbly dough. But, you want to make sure that you don’t spray your dough too much, as adding too much liquid can ruin the bath bomb.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Second LayerMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Second Layer

After you have achieved the right consistency, you are ready to add it to your bath bomb mold. So, add your second color on top of the first color. This will create a layered effect when you are finished. Make sure that you pack this layer in well to ensure that it sticks to the layer beneath it. Once this second layer is packed in tightly you are ready to move on to the next step for finishing up the bath bombs.

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Continuing to Layer the Bath BombMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Continuing to Layer the Bath Bomb

Now, you are going to continue to create these alternating green and white layers for your bath bombs. Once you fill up one side of the bath bomb mold, you can do the same thing with the other half of the mold. After you have completely filled up both sides of the bath bomb mold you are ready to combine the halves. Now, very lightly mist each side of the bath bomb. Again, be sure not to over spray your mixture. Then, you will need to press the two halves together tightly. Once the halves are stuck together, you can set it aside for now. Once this bath bomb is finished, you will need to repeat this process until you have used up all of your bath bomb mixtures. After you have created all the bath bombs that you can with your two mixtures, then you only have one more thing left to do!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Wholesale Bath BombMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Wholesale Bath Bomb

Now that all your bath bombs are filled, you are nearly ready to use your mojito bath recipe! All you have to do is wait for the bath bombs to set up and they will be ready to use. While the time to set up can very, you will know that they are ready when the bath bombs have hardened. After this happens, you will be ready to use your finished product! This should leave you with seven refreshing mojito bath bombs that are perfect for some fizzy fun in the bath!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mojito Recipe

If this delicious cosmetic recipe has you craving an ice cold mojito in this summer heat, then you may want to check out the Frozen Mojito from the Food Network. This fantastic recipe is both simple and absolutely delicious! Not only is this refreshing beverage absolutely scrumptious, but it is perfect for beating the summer heat. So, sit back and relax while sipping your own frozen Mojito and chilling in the tub with the fantastic Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe!

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your QuestionsMojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you have enjoyed this unique herbal bath bomb recipe! If you did like this recipe, then be on the look out for another fun bath bomb recipe tomorrow! Also, you can ask us any questions that you have about this herb. You can ask us your questions in the store, on the phone, or on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Twitter and Instagram. Not only is this a great place to ask questions, but this is a perfect place to share your bath and body creations. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Aug
09

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden


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Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden

We at Natures Garden are happy to announce that we are officially carrying bath bomb molds! So, we were inspired to create a line of Herbal Bath Bombs from the garden. These cosmetic recipes will each be a lovely bath bomb recipe that includes herbs that both care for the skin and smell delightful. Whether you are looking for a floral bath bomb or a strong herbal bath bomb, there is sure to be a recipe for you to enjoy. Over the next couple weeks, we will post a new herbal bath bomb recipe each day.  Soon we will have all of these lovely bath bomb tutorials posted for you to enjoy. For now, take a sneak peek at all thirteen of our upcoming herbal bath bomb recipes!

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Bath Bomb MoldHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Bath Bomb Mold

We at Natures Garden are now carrying wholesale bath bomb molds! These molds can also be used to package your bath fizzies.  Each side of this mold is about 3.5 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches deep. These molds are great for creating bath bombs that are the perfect size and shape. Of course, we just had to use our new bath bombs molds to create some fun recipes. So, you could say we were inspired to create all kinds of lovely herbal bath bombs!

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Green Tea Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe

First, we created a lovely bath bomb recipe with our green tea herb. The green tea in this cosmetic recipe is perfect for skin care. This cosmetic herb has antioxidant and gentle exfoliation properties that are great for the skin. So, this lovely bath recipe will be useful for improving complexion and reducing signs of aging. Plus, this recipe includes the refreshing aroma of our Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil. This scent has notes of tropical citrus as well as notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo. Then, the scent is rounded by notes of cedar wood and vanilla. Plus, this bath bombs recipe includes bentonite clay, which can help to create a better glide and luscious feeling.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Lavender Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe

Plus, you can make a cosmetic bath bomb with skin loving lavender. The herbal lavender flowers added to this lovely recipe are perfect for enhancing the aroma of the scrumptious Floral Musk Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is a luxurious floral musk with notes of spice, lavender, citrus, and rich musk base notes. So, the added strength of these calming flowers is perfect for this recipe. Plus, this gorgeous herbal cosmetic ingredient is half purple with lavender powder and half white with whole lavender blooms. So, this bath and body recipe is both herbal and gorgeous. Further, this bath bomb recipe includes the SCI, which is fun and skin nourishing! This cosmetic ingredient provides a fun fizz to your bath products. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient will leave your skin feeling soft and silky. So, this ingredient along with the luscious oil in this recipe will pamper your body from head to toe.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, you can create the herbal Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe. The bath bomb supplies wholesale for this recipe includes rhassoul clay, Herbal jasmine flowers, mica dust and other wonderful cosmetic ingredients. These lovely ingredients are all fantastic for the aroma or for caring for your skin. For example, the rhassoul clay powder will perfectly care for the skin. It will help cleanse, refresh, and tone your skin. Further, this cosmetic recipe uses the scent of our Champaka Fragrance Oil. The aroma of the real jasmine herb along with the floral and earthy notes of this fragrance oil.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Mojito Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, you can create the lovely Mojito Bath Bomb with our refreshing spearmint herb. Plus, this recipe is scented with the Mojito Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has the aroma of juicy lime, sweet sugar, refreshing mint, and rum. The aroma of the refreshing spearmint blends perfectly for enhancing the aroma of this fragrance oil. Also, you can use both the kaolin clay powder and French green clay powder to nourish your skin. These cosmetic ingredients can be used to nourish, soften, and cleanse the skin. Not only does this bath bomb help care for your skin, but this recipe is layered and looks swirled!

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Nettle Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe

Additionally, you can use our lovely nettle leaf herb to create the delightful Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe. This cosmetic herb can be used to care for the skin, as nettle leaf has both anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Also, this bath bomb uses kaolin clay powder, which can help cleanse the skin and is sensitive enough for all skin types. Plus, this herbal bath bomb includes the scent of the Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil. This unique fragrance oil has notes that smell just like the essential oil! These fantastic bath bomb supplies are perfect for creating cosmetic recipes that are fantastic for

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Dandelion Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe

Further, you can use our herbs to create the lovely Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe. Both the dandelion root powder and dandelion leaf herb are wonderful for the skin. So, these herbs will care for the skin by helping with eczema, acne, and blemishes. Plus, this lovely herbal bath bomb includes gold mica dust and bentonite clay powder. Plus, this cosmetic recipe uses the Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil, which is a delicate floral scent. This aroma has a blend of Tahitian gardenia, bergamot, lavender flowers, and white musk. Between the skin loving herbs and the gorgeous aroma you will love this bath bomb recipe!

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Hibiscus Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, you can try out our wonderful hibiscus flowers herb in our bath bomb recipe. This cosmetic recipe includes these flowers along with kaolin clay powder. The pretty pink herb powder is used for half the bath bomb. The other half of this recipe includes the whole hibiscus flower petals. Not only does this contain herbs that will cleanse, soothe, and soften the skin, but this recipe has a lovely scent. The aroma of our Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil is perfect for this recipe, as its tropical aroma blends well with the scent of the floral herbs. This fragrance oil has notes of tangy pineapple, fresh summer melons, and crisp apple slices. This scent has notes of iris, rose, jasmine, and cyclamen. Further, this scent has notes of vanilla and musk base notes that finish off a perfect scent.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Rosemary Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe

Additionally, you can create a lovely herbal recipe with our skin loving rosemary leaf herb. This lovely herb provides our rosemary bath bomb recipe can help reduce pain, bruises, remove dead skin, and reduce wrinkles. Further, the scent of the Rosemary Fragrance Oil adds to the scent of the lovely herb. The fragrance has high levels of essential oils and has a cool, crisp scent with camphoraceous eucalyptus notes that are rounded out with lovely notes of coriander and herbal rosemary. So, this herbal bath bomb recipe has a strong, lovely scent as well as wonderful properties for your whole body.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Calendula Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Calendula Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, you can create the Calendula Bath Bomb recipe with our cosmetic herbs. This lovely floral bath recipe includes whole calendula and well as powdered herb, which includes calendula powder and bentonite clay powder. These herbs can nourish the body and help with many skin issues. So, you can use this herb to help with rashes, burns, inflammation, acne, and dermatitis. Also, this lovely herbal recipe includes the lovely scent of our Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil. This lovely scent has the unique aroma of carnation, tulips, roses, and the ozony base note of fresh greenery. So, this beautiful floral bath and body recipe is perfect for skin care and has lovely scented oil.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Elder Flowers Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe

Another great bath bomb recipe that you can make with our herbs is the Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe. The herbs and oils used in this cosmetic recipe include bentonite clay, juniper berries whole, and olive oil. The juniper berries have a menthol content that provide antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Also, the clay powder and cosmetic oil are both useful for nourishing the skin and softening the bath bomb. Further, this herbal bath bomb has the scent of Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has scrumptious, fruity notes of tart, wild elderberries, huckleberries, peach, and apricot. Also, this scent has notes of violet and white floral notes that are wrapped in a sandalwood base that balances the natural, fruity goodness of this yummy scent.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Rose Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Rose Bath Bomb Recipe

Plus, our cosmetic herbs are perfect for creating bath and body recipes like the Rose Bath Bomb Recipe. The lovely rose petals are useful for relaxing, antiseptic, anti-parasitic, and anti-inflammatory properties. The bentonite clay powder and jojoba oil are perfect for moisturizing and caring for the skin. Additionally, this bath bomb recipe includes the scent of our Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil. This scent of this romantic and luxurious with the aroma of burgundy wine, and warmed by the notes of precious musk and apple wood. This scented oil is enhanced by the true aroma of our strong, rose petal herbs.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Sandalwood Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Sandalwood Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, you can use our red sandalwood chips to create the lovely Sandalwood Bath Bombs Recipe. This herb is useful for soothing dry skin, treating acne, and providing the skin with a natural glow. Further, this wonderful bath bomb recipe uses other wholesale herbs, like kaolin clay powder and red Moroccan clay. Plus, this bath and body recipe includes the lovely scent of our Indian Sandalwood Fragrance Oil. This scent is reminiscent of the warm, sweet, rich and woodsy scent of the essential oil. So, this lovely scent blends perfectly with the beneficial properties of this bath bomb to create a fantastic cosmetic recipe.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Chamomile Bath Bomb RecipeHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe

Lastly, you can make the Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe with our cosmetic herbs. The chamomile herbs can be used to soften the skin and help you relax. Further, these relaxing properties are enhanced by the lovely feminine aroma of our Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of Italian bergamot, sparkling lemon, and sweet citron and neroli. These notes are followed by scents of white floral jasmine, orange blossom, and rose. All of these lovely scents are blended with sheer musk and cedarwood. Not only will these bath bombs smell lovely and use fantastic herbs, but this cosmetic recipe includes both macadamia nut oil and kaolin clay powder, with will help nourish the skin.

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Drying Your Own Flowers and Herbs

Flowers and herbs are perfect for adding to natural bath and body products. Of course, you can find your favorite herbs at Natures Garden year round. But, it can be fun to grow your own herbs and flowers, too. Plus, these natural herbs are perfect for cooking, crafting, and so much more! If you want to harvest even more fun herbs, then check out How to Harvest and Dry Flowers & Herbs From Your Garden by The Nerdy Farm Wife. 

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Ask Us Your QuestionsHerbal Bath Bombs from the Garden: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any questions about these herbal bath bomb ingredients, then feel free to reach out to us. You can reach out to ask us questions at the store, on the phone, or online. One great way to reach to us online is through our social media. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using either our name or the handle @ngscents. Further, be sure to stay on the lookout for these bath bomb recipes. We will be sharing the complete step-by-step recipes on creating these fantastic bath bombs sometime in the near future!

May
21

Berry Fragrance Oils


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Berry Fragrance OilsBerry Fragrance Oils

We at Natures Garden have some delectable Berry Fragrance Oils that you will definitely want to try! Of course, scenting your products is important. When you are choosing your candle or soap-making supplies you need to make sure that your fragrance is going to work in your recipe and smell retain its fantastic scent. Whether you are making soap, crafting candles, or making other homemade products, these are some great fragrance oils to choose from.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil

First, we have the delicious scent of our Acai Berry Fragrance Oil. This fruit is best known for in health for its high level of antioxidants and has a unique tropical berry taste. Luckily, our perfumist was able to recreate this exotic scent so we can include it in fragrance oils! The scent of this fragrance is top notes of acai berries, middle notes of cherry, plum, violet petals, and woodsy base notes. Together, these scents create quite a magnificent aroma!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil Recipe

Since this fruit is beloved in the health world, we decided to make a sugar scrub inspired by a smoothie! The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe uses herbs to make it seem like these berries were freshly blended into a scrumptious smoothie full of delectable fruits. You are sure to love the scent and the scrub!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Black Cherry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Black Cherry Fragrance Oil

If you like cherries, then you are going to love this next scented oil. We have a scent that smells just like its name implies, as the Black Cherry Fragrance Oil has an extremely strong aroma of ripened sweet black cherries. Not only is this scent oil fantastic to smell, but it is perfect for soapmaking and is a wonderful candle making fragrance oil. Further, this fragrance oil can be used in many other cosmetic recipes.

Hair Conditioner Recipe For Dark HairBerry Fragrance Oils: Black Cherry Fragrance Oil Recipe

One great way to use this scent is the Hair Conditioner Recipe For Dark Hair. This homemade hair care recipe is a simple way to create diy conditioner without needing to buy hair conditioner base.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out the scrumptious aroma of our Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance Oil. This oil scent is an enticing blend of blackberries and raspberries on top and middle notes of white floral greenery. Then the scent culminates with bottom notes of musk and vanilla. This fragrance oil has such a fantastic aroma that you will want to include it in with your soap making supplies permanently!

black raspberry vanilla body butter recipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance Oil Recipe

Our next recipe uses luscious ingredients, like shea butter and cocoa butter, to create a fantastic lotion. Not only does the Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe include amazing skin care ingredients, but it uses the scrumptious scent of this fragrance oil.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the delicious scent of our Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil in your homemade soaps and candles. The aroma of this fragrance is of juicy blackberries and bright citrus and juicy fruits that is perfectly blended with fresh herbs and greenery to create this spicy and sparkling combination. This NG original scent is definitely not one you would want to miss out on!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil Recipe

You can use this scented oil to create a super cute fizzy bath bomb recipe. Our Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe uses one of the best blackberry cosmetic fragrance oils along with skin-loving oils to create a great bath and body product. Plus, this recipe includes mica and uses an ice cream scoop to make these bath fizzies look as cute as possible!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Cheesecake Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil

Another great fragrance oil is the Blueberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil. This scent has an aroma of sweet, yummy decadence! This fragrance starts with Tahitian vanilla, rich creamy butter and ripe blueberries that sits atop a crumbly graham cracker crust. Careful, this is one of the dessert fragrance oils that is sure to make you hungry for the real thing!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil Recipe Berry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil Recipe

This yummy fragrance was used in the Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap Recipe. If you want to learn how to make a soap with an in the pot swirl. Then, this may be a good recipe to try. We used two colors and swirled them together in a bowl before pouring them into a silicone soap mold. You can find the step by step instructions on the website page for this recipe!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil

Plus, you have another terrific fragrance that you can use include with your candle-making or soap-making supplies is the Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil. This scent has a wonderfully balanced blend of fresh strawberries that is rounded out with just the right amount of tart kiwi. Perfect scent for on its own or used to mix with other delicious fragrance oil!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Fragrance Oil

Another great berry scent is our Blueberry Fragrance Oil. While this fragrance has a simple, fresh blueberry scent, it is still a wonderful berry aroma. This single note of freshly ripened blueberries is great for mixing your own fragrance blends. Also, this is perfect for customers who desire a straight blueberry scent. So, there is an option to keep it simple or get creative to create a unique fragrance blend. 

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Blueberry Fragrance Oil Recipe

We used this delicious blueberry fragrance in our Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe. Not only did we use a fantastic fragrance oil, but we had other great bath bomb supplies, like skin loving oils and herbs. Also, you could make this recipe even easier by making your entire bath bomb a blue color, like a giant blueberry!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Bumbleberry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Bumbleberry Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can try out the scrumptious scent of our Bumbleberry Fragrance Oil. This fragrance is an explosion of wild blackberries and strawberries, combined with just the right amount of earthy woods. Natures Garden’s bumbleberry fragrance oil begins with top notes of blackberry, apricot, and strawberry that is followed by middle notes of sweet pear, lavender, and jasmine. This is all sitting on base notes of earthy woods.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil to create some delicious homemade products. This scent has hints of orange liquor that accent the fresh fruity tones of this luscious confection. The aroma of ripe red strawberry is surrounded by creamy milk chocolate notes to create a decadent treat. Then, the scent culminates with sweet vanilla creme and rich maple combine at the base.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil Recipe

If you want to learn how to make soap, then you may want to start out with a melt and pour recipe. Our Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe uses soap making ingredients, like a tasty fragrance, melt and pour soap base, cosmetic clays, and one of our silicone molds, to create a nicely swirled soap.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Citrus Strawberry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Citrus Strawberry Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the delectable scent of our Citrus Strawberry Fragrance Oil in your homemade recipes. This fragrance is an amazingly creative strawberry citrus fragrance blend. The scented oil includes top notes of mandarin, strawberry, and lime, which is followed by middle notes of raspberry, sweet sugar caramel, and lily of the valley. Finally, this is well-rounded with a nice woodsy, musk muguet.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Fresh Raspberry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil

Our Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil is another great berry scent that you can use in candle or homemade soap recipes. The scented oil has a nice, strong, true fresh raspberry aroma. Plus, this scent did not have the oily green top notes we were trying to have our perfume maker avoid. This is an extraordinarily fresh raspberry fragrance that we are extremely excited to share with you!

 

Berry Fragrance Oils: Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil Recipe

Next, check out one of our cold process soap recipes to learn how to make your own soap from scratch. Our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe is a fun recipe that both looks and smells delicious. Plus, it is a simple CP soap recipe that creates gorgeous swirls in your finished bars.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Mulberry Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Mulberry Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the Mulberry Fragrance Oil in you homemade candles and soaps. This scented oil takes a classic mulberry aroma and enhances it by adding the scents of cinnamon sticks, wild berries and bitter orange peels. Of course, this scent is one of our best selling fragrances. Such a magnificent transformation! 

Berry Fragrance Oils: Mulberry Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Mulberry Fragrance Oil Recipe

You can use this lovely scented oil in a simple and cute air freshener recipe. The Mulberry Love Air Freshener Recipe uses this scent, aroma beads, candle dye, and just a few other common household objects to create some cute air fresheners that work wonderfully.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the yummy aroma of our Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil. This fragrance is a mouth-watering combination of ice-cold lemonade and sweet, juicy raspberries. But, this has a unique twist of natural lavender and white musk. Such a wonderful scent for both soap and candle making! So, you will love how we used this scented oil.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil Recipe

We used this deliciously unique scent in our Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe. This sweet and sour sugar scrub is perfect for exfoliating and moisturizing your entire body. We used some yellow and pink soap pigments to create a scrub that was perfect for our fragrance.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Strawberry Cheesecake Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Strawberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil

Another great oil scent combines juicy berries and sweet dessert to create an amazing fragrance. Our Strawberry Cheesecake Fragrance Oil is a perfect aroma of creamy cheesecake with nice thick strawberry sauce glazed over top. Once you know how to make dessert soaps or candles, this would be a perfect fragrance to try out in these recipes!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Jam Fragrance OilBerry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Jam Fragrance Oil

Lastly, we have a scrumptious jam scent that is smooth and sweet. The Blackberry Jam Fragrance Oil is a well-rounded blend of ripe and tart blackberries with base notes of vanilla and fresh greenery. Great for making soaps and candles that look like dessert, like candle pies! Plus, this tasty fragrance is one of our best selling fragrance oils!

Berry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Jam Fragrance Oil RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Blackberry Jam Fragrance Oil Recipe

There is a lot that you can do with some fun soap molds! We used a cupcake base mold and our Blackberry Cupcake Soaps Recipe to create some adorable cupcake soaps. All we really needed after that was some whipped soap base for the frosting and they were perfect! So, definitely use this fragrance to create some of your very own blackberry soap.

Berry Fragrance Oils: Pick Your Own

After all these delicious berry scents, I’m in the mood for some fresh berries of my own. So, I decided to look for a way to go out and try berry picking! There is a website called Pick Your Own where you can pick your location almost anywhere in the World and it will tell you what places are around to pick! We have found so many fun options in Ohio and there’s a good chance you’ll find somewhere great, too! I just can’t wait to pick some berries and I hope that you find something good, too!

Rainbow Zebra Print Soap RecipeBerry Fragrance Oils: Reach Out to Us

After all those delicious berry scented oils and fun recipes, we sure you’re ready to go make something fun. If you run into any problems or have any questions, then please reach out to us. We are available at the store, on the phone, and on social media. If you want to reach out on social media, then you can use Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), or Instagram (@ngscents). Good luck and have fun!

May
17

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe


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Bath Bombs With SLS RecipeBath Bombs With SLS Recipe

The Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe is not your typical bath bomb recipe. It is so much more! Not only does this product fizz just like any other bath bomb, but it will create tons of bubbles for your bath as well. So, the average bath bomb just got even more amazing! Bubbling bath bombs are the way to go if you are looking for a fun way to use a bath bomb. This recipe uses the awesome bubble making power of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate to turn your typical bath bomb experience into a bubble bath. However, if you would rather, you can use sodium cocoyl isethionate instead as some prefer the gentler qualities of this surfactant. So, sit back and relax in your bubble bath as you enjoy the pretty colors and the fruity aroma of Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Citric Acid
FUN Soap Colorant- Jailhouse Red
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
FUN Soap Colorant- Neon Yellow
Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant- Eye Poke Orange
Papaya Leaf Powder
FUN Soap Colorant- Neon Red
Safety Mask
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Black Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Glasses

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Six Clear, Round, Acrylic, Fillable Ornaments- 3″diameter each
4 Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Scale

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weights of Ingredients

166 grams Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
512 grams Citric Acid
1,120 grams Baking Soda
18 grams Meadowfoam Seed Oil
16 grams Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil
6 grams Papaya Leaf Powder
10 grams Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant
3 grams Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant
9 grams Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Preparation and Sanitation

Before you begin, you will want to choose a good place to work and sanitize everything. First, you should find a place that is not too humid as this recipe performs better in non-humid climates. So, those in humid areas should try to minimize this as much as possible. Also, you will want to make sure that you work space and all your equipment is sanitized to prevent potential contamination of you bath bombs.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Dry IngredientsBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Dry Ingredients

First, you will be weighing the dry ingredients for both the yellow and orange colored halves. So, retrieve two of your four mixing bowls and your gram scale. In each of these two bowls, you will weigh out 256 grams of the citric acid, 83 grams of the Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 560 grams of the baking soda, and 3 grams of the papaya leaf powder. Now, thoroughly mix the ingredients, break up any clumps, and set both of these bowls aside for later use as we move on to our wet ingredients.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Wet IngredientsBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Weighing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you will be weighing the wet ingredients for both the yellow and orange colored halves. So, take your other two bowls that should be clean and ready to use. Also, place them on your scale and tare your scale with the weight of the bowl. Now, add 8 grams of the Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil and 9 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil to each to your two bowls. Then, you can slowly add one of the bowls of wet ingredients to one of your bowls of dry ingredients. Repeat this with the other two bowls of wet ingredients and dry ingredients.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Coloring Both of the MixturesBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Coloring Both of the Mixtures

Now, you are ready to add pigments to create both the yellow and orange colors for your mixtures. So, take one of your two bowls to color first. This bowl will be colored with Neon Yellow and Eye Poke Orange to create a bright yellow hue for half of your bath bomb. In order to create this, you will add 9 grams neon yellow FUN Soap Colorant and 2 grams Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant to this bowl. Use your hands to mix the colorant thoroughly.  Next, you will take the other bowl and use Jailhouse Red and Neon Red to create a fun orange color for the other half of your bath bomb. So, you will be adding 10 grams Jailhouse Red FUN Soap Colorant and 3 grams Neon Red FUN Soap Colorant to your second mixture bowl.  Again, with clean gloves, mix the colorant evenly so the color is fully incorporated into your ingredients. 

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Orange Half of the Bath BombBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Orange Half of the Bath Bomb Mold

Next, it is time for you to add the orange mixture portion of the bath bomb to half of the ornament. First, you will need to spray the mixture with witch hazel. However, you will need to spray slowly as you mix. Since over spraying will activate the ingredients prematurely causing your bath bomb to fall apart, you will want to get this part right. You will know that you have added the right amount when mixture feels like crumbly dough in your hands. After, you can scoop the mixture into the mold half and pack it full.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Yellow Half of the Bath BombBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Filling the Yellow Half of the Bath Bomb Mold

Now, you can fill the other half of your bath bomb mold. So, take your yellow mixture and spray in the appropriate amount of witch hazel. Just like last time, make sure that you don’t add more than you need as the ingredients will activate in the bowl and your bath bomb mixture will not stick together correctly. After you spray the right amount, you can pack the mixture into the second half of the bath bomb mold.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Attaching the HalvesBath Bombs With SLS Recipe Attaching the Halves

Finally, you will attach the two mold halves and create the finished bath bomb. So, lightly spritz both the yellow half and the orange half with a little bit more witch hazel and attach the ornament halves together. Now, fill the rest of your ornaments until you have used up all of the yellow and orange mixtures to create your six bath bombs. Then, you will need to wait for the bath bombs to set up and harden. Only after this has happened can you remove the mango scented bath bombs from the ornament molds.

Bath Bombs With SLS Recipe Bubble Bath Ready

After all this waiting, your mango bath bombs are finally ready for you to use! Once you get these super cool bath bombs into the tub they will create all kinds of bubbles and fizz, which is all kinds of fun. Once you have tried out your own bath bombs, we would love to hear about what you thought about this recipe! You can write to us on the Natures Garden Facebook wall to tell us all about your experience. Alternatively, you can send us pictures of your own bath bombs on our Instagram @ngscents. Whether we hear from you or not, hopefully, you enjoy this foaming bath bomb recipe.

Mar
29

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes


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30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes

Get ready bath bomb lovers, because we made it a bit easier to get to some of the exact recipes you’re looking to find! We have compiled 30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes straight from the Natures Garden into one, easy to read blog. This way you are better able to skim through all the various bath bombs we have created over the years and find the one that suits you best! While you could scroll through the website and click on each seemingly interesting recipe individually, it’s harder for those that are looking for something specific. For example, it is much easier to find a recipe that uses bentonite clay or epsom salt. So, why not read through and try to find something you like.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe

First, check out a super shimmery bath bomb that is sure to catch your attention. These bath bombs have a gorgeous golden color, tons of shimmer, herbal nourishment, and a clean, fresh scent. First, these pretty bath bombs use 24K gold mica pigment to create a shimmery beauty that runs deep. Also, this bath bomb recipe uses our Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil, which provides a bright, yet refreshing and clean aroma. Moreover, the recipe includes an herb that is very beneficial for the skin, French Green Clay Powder. This addition is a cleansing and nourishing herb that is perfect for skin. We have to say, the Nature’s Garden Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe has it all!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Easter Egg Bath Fizzies Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Easter Egg Bath Fizzies Recipe

Second, take a look at some bath bombs that would be super fun as Easter Basket fillers! The Easter Egg Bath Fizzies Recipe is a cute recipe that creates ten, sweetly scented, egg shaped bath bombs. This recipe is perfect for anyone that is sometimes looking for a smaller bath bomb. They are a good size for kids and perfect for Easter time. As another idea, you could hide these egg bath fizzies instead of hiding eggs. While regular eggs that are forgotten will just sit and rot, any misplaced bath fizzy eggs definitely wouldn’t have that same aroma. Plus, it’s a super simple way to prevent a stinky, lost Easter Egg.  Simply follow your nose to find these hidden eggs.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe

Now, check out the Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe that is sure to be well loved. This creative bath bomb recipe utilizes a softer mixture that allows you to create the unique kissing lips shape that is super cute. These bath bombs would be a perfect to share with the people you care about as an anniversary gift, birthday present, or a gift just because you care. Also, this recipe could be made just for you from you. Show yourself some love! You never have to be without a cute and relaxing bath bomb!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Fairy Dust Fizzy Bath Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Fairy Dust Fizzy Bath Recipe

Next, take your chances with a bath bomb that is a little bit different. While most bath bombs stick to the typical sphere, the Fairy Dust Fizzy Bath Recipe is a scoop and fizz kind of product. Simply store the recipe in a jar and scoop into a tea bag when you are ready to use. With diamond dust mica, vanilla powder, and jasmine flowers you know it is pretty inside and out. Definitively a recipe worth taking a chance on.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, check out a recipe that combines an amazing scent with some lovely herbs! If you are a fan of cherries or our Black Cherry BOMB fragrance, then your are going to love the Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe. The scent is perfect for a delightful soak in the tub. Also, this recipe includes beet root powder to naturally give this recipe a slight pink hue! Further, these bath bombs include bentonite clay to increase the benefits for your skin. Not only does this herb have properties that cleanse your skin, but helps fight various skin ailments, like eczema or acne.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, take a peek at a recipe that will create bath bombs that are simple, yet very cute. The Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe takes the typical bath bomb format and takee a creative turn. Not only does this recipe smell amazing, thanks to the Blueberry Fragrance Oil, but it’s two different colors! Further, this recipe includes camu camu powder for its extra benefits on the skin. This lovely herb will provide some extra nourishment and give a brighter glow to your skin.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Camouflage Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Camouflage Bath Bomb Recipe

Now, you can check out some bath bombs that are sure to get your kids excited! Not only do these bath bombs have a super cool camouflage pattern, but they have an army man toy hidden inside. The Camouflage Bath Bomb Recipe can be used as a great way to get kids excited about bath time for both an extra toy and to watch the bath bomb fizz. Additionally, this bath bomb could be a great homemade gift idea for anyone involved in the army. Feel free to forget the army man toy for your gifts, but who wouldn’t like a fun surprise inside their bath bomb?

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, try out a bath bomb that is perfect any sick day. The Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe creates five powerful bath bombs that have a strong scent that will help with congestion. Not only does this recipe have the Nature’s Garden Sinus Relief Fragrance Oil, but it includes real peppermint as well!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Cotton Candy Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Cotton Candy Bath Bomb Recipe

Now, take a look at some bath bombs that are perfectly sweet. The Nature’s Garden Cotton Candy Bath Bomb Recipe is a great bath bomb recipe that creates about eight different bath bombs. This recipe is great for the skin and smells amazing. Not only does this recipe use some moisturizing oils, but it incorporates some bentonite clay as well. This cosmetic clay is useful for detoxifying your skin to get a cleaner feel. Also, we can not forget about these bath bomb’s fragrance! Who doesn’t love the sweet scent of fair fresh cotton candy?

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Fish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Fish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, get ready to have some ocean themed fun because this Fish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe will have you swimming with the fishes. Not only does this recipe have a bunch of fish shaped sprinkles, but there is a small, plastic fish toy at the bath bombs center! Plus, the recipe uses some pretty blue dye that will transform your boring bath into a bright blue fishy paradise! Since it’s blue, fizzes, and has tons of fish, this recipe is an especially fun idea to keep kids entertained in the bath. So, try out this recipe to create four super fun, fish themed bath bombs.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe

Also, try out a recipe that is perfect for coffee lovers! The Nature’s Garden Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe creates two large bath bombs that are too perfect to pass up. Not only does this recipe use real coffee grounds, but it includes our Fresh Brewed Coffee ORIGINAL Fragrance. If you are unfamiliar with this scent, then coffee lovers beware this is a truly intoxicating aroma! The scent of strong, black coffee with a hint of sweet chocolate will create a bath bomb experience you’ll never want to end.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Raspberry Zinger Bath Fizzies Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Raspberry Zinger Bath Fizzies Recipe

Now, are you ready for a unique and delicious looking bath bomb? Then look no further than the Raspberry Zinger Bath Fizzies Recipe! This recipe creates bath bombs that look just like a slice of a raspberry zinger. Plus, no mold is required. You will simply roll the layers onto one another on wax paper to get the desired look, which is just too cool!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Gingersnap Cookies Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Gingersnap Cookies Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, check out our Gingersnap Cookies Bath Bomb Recipe! While the typical shape for a bath bomb is a ball, no one ever said that every bath bomb had to be the same. Why be boring? Shake things up a bit with some gingerbread man shaped bath bombs! These little fellas are super cute, smell scrumptious, and a single batch will get you twenty four bath bomb cuties. Plus, you could even decorate them if you want to add some candy sprinkles for a face and buttons.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe

Additionally, you may want to try out a recipe that makes some wonderful candy scented bath bombs. If so, then the Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe is a perfect choice for you! These bath bombs use a fragrance oil that smells exactly like green apple hard candy! Not only does this recipe smell delicious, but it has other benefits as well. Plus, Epsom salt is perfect to add to a bath after a long day of hard work since it will help to ease the pain of sore muscles and reduce inflammation.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs Recipe

Also, check out another super fun bath bomb idea for kids. The  Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs Recipe is a great idea for any child that happens to enjoy dinosaurs. Plus, you could use a variety of small, plastic dino toys to keep the game interesting. Not only will your kid have fun, but they won’t be able to wait to discover which one will hatch next!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, try out a bath bomb recipe that is as sweet as can be! The Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe can create five large and deliciously scented bath bombs. You may think that these are plain vanilla bath bombs until you realize they actually contain real vanilla powder! This combined with the Dreamsickle Fragrance creates a scent that is absolutely wonderful.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe

Now, take a look at a relaxing, floral bath bomb that reminds us what bath time is really all about. Our Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe combines the ambiance of floating flower petals with the relaxing aroma of lavender flowers to create a perfect soak. Not only does this recipe use real flowers, but the bath bombs include Lavender Sage Fragrance and the lavender flower powder herb to get a truly relaxing aroma. Plus, your skin will reap the benefits of the nourishing oils as well as the cleansing bentonite clay. Overall, this is a bath bomb that a lady just can not pass up.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe

Additionally, you can find recipes for bath bombs that are deliciously unique. For instance, the Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe creates smaller bath bombs that look exactly like scoops of rainbow colored ice cream! These bath bombs are created using an actual ice cream scoop and actually hold that scoop shape. No need for a mold! Just scoop and let your bath bombs sit out to harden.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe

Now, check out some unique bath bombs that look absolutely scrumptious! This Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe creates bath bombs smell exactly how they look, like a fresh scoop of mint chocolate ice cream! Plus, these little scoops have the added benefit of Cocoa Powder and Dead Sea Salt. The added Cocoa Powder is good for your skin complexion and the Dead Sea Salt helps reduce muscle soreness and inflammation.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Superman Bath Fizzies Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Superman Bath Fizzies Recipe

Plus, who doesn’t like superman ice cream? This recipe, the Superman Bath Fizzies Recipe, was created to look just like this super popular ice cream flavor. Plus, it has the added benefit of Epsom salt.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, we have a funny bath bomb recipe straight from the barnyard. The Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe uses some brown oxide soap colorant to create the effect of cow patties all over this bath bomb. So, with the help of the cleansing bentonite clay, you will be getting clean with some pasture pies. Plus, you can easily form the bath bomb around a small plastic cow toy to discover later in the bath. We’d highly recommend this fun bath bomb for kids to enjoy during their own bath!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Muddy Pig Bath Bombs Recipe

Also, check out another super cute idea for a bath bomb! Who doesn’t love a cute little piggie? I know we sure do think they are precious. So, introducing the Muddy Pig Bath Bomb Recipe. These bath bombs use the same colors of a bright pink pig in the mud, but with a fresh floral scent. Plus, this recipe has all the fun of finding a cute little pig in the center of your bath bomb.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, try out a perfect recipe for a relieving soak in the tub. We all know that a salt soak is perfect for sore, overworked muscles, but the Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe adds a pretty pink twist. Meaning that these bath bombs are super cute and use a pink salt called Himalayan Pink Salt.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, check out our great idea for a Mothers Day gift! Our Mothers Day Bath Bomb Recipe is a daisy shaped bath bomb with real flower petals in the middle. These bath bombs would be a pretty gift to show your mom how much you care. Plus, one batch would create about seven or eight individual bath bombs.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Christmas Tree Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Christmas Tree Bath Bomb Recipe

Additionally, we have a bath bomb that is perfect for the holidays! The Christmas Tree Bath Bomb Recipe creates two, large bath bombs that are shaped like 3-D decorated Christmas trees. These super festive bath bombs have sprinkle ornaments and a perfectly merry evergreen and holly berry scent! Not only is this festive recipe look like a great Christmas gift, it functions like one as well. This recipe creates bath bombs that are perfect for those with more sensitive skin, due to the Kaolin Clay Powder. This herb has great benefits for the skin, much like all other cosmetic clays, but this specific herb is more gentle.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, check out another great Christmas recipe that will make you wish you were on the naughty list! The Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe creates bath bombs that look just like a lump of coal with an added both of smelling like sweet holiday goodness. Plus, this recipe includes Hawaiian Black Salt, which can provide a nice salt soak for sore muscles.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe

Now, get ready for a super moisturizing recipe. This Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe has been specifically formulated to help soften and nourish your skin with both oils and bentonite clay. Plus, the bath bombs have a lovely, spa-like aroma.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, try a scrumptious and simple bath bomb recipe. You can’t go wrong with the Strawberry Milkshake Bath Bomb Recipe. This recipe is the most simple bath bomb creation that you could choose. It’s great for beginners or those looking for a base to start adding their own oils, butters, or herbs.

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Snake in the Grass Bath Fizzie Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Snake in the Grass Bath Fizzie Recipe

Also, check out another fun recipe to try with your kids. The Snake in the Grass Bath Fizzie Recipe is a super fun sort of bath bomb that you scoop out. Simply scoop your desired amount out of the jar with either your hands or a spoon and put in right into the tub!

30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Wild Bath Bomb Recipe30 Free Bath Bomb Recipes: Wild Bath Bomb Recipe

Finally, we have an wild bath bomb recipe with the perfect scent for men. Our Wild Bath Bomb Recipe takes everything we know and love about a typical bath bomb and adds its own crazy fun twist. Take a walk on the wild side with this Ferocious Beast scented bath bomb!

Mar
10

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe


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Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs RecipeGet yourself ready for spring with the Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe! These bath bombs are some super simple creations that are perfect for celebrating Easter. They don’t use too many different ingredients and make four different batches all at once. Plus, they are peep bunny shaped and look just like the real deal. You could easily use these to help decorate for Easter. Not only would these cute bath bombs be an amazing addition to the festive decorating, but these bath bombs could easily be included in an Easter basket. While candy is a must, these fun, multicolored bunny bath bombs are a great addition that could make for a fun surprise for anyone that likes these kinds of products. So, do something a bit different for this holiday and try it out.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden
Citric Acid Powder

Baking Soda

FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple

Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink

Grapeseed Oil

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue

Silicone Soap Mold- 12 Peeps Bunny Mold

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow

8 oz Clear Bullet Bottle

Black Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Other Equipment Needed

White Granulated Sugar

Scale

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)

Rubbing Alcohol (in spray bottle)

Mixing Bowls

Rubber Gloves

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Ingredient Total Weights

260 grams Citric Acid

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple

520 grams Baking Soda

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue

16 grams Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow

28 grams Grapeseed Oil

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Preparation Before Creation

Before starting this recipe you will want to cover all your bases. So, make sure that you have both witch hazel and rubbing alcohol readily available with each in its own spray bottle. Also, be sure that you have all your ingredients ready and your work space is free of other objects or grime. Finally, be cautious of you surrounding climate and weather. This recipe, like other bath bombs, will not work as well in humid places.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Setting up for the Different Colors

First of all, you will need to have four small mixing bowls ready to use. Since you will have four different colors, you will need to keep these colors separated from one another during their creation. Throughout this process, each bowl will basically have the same ingredients added. However, the single difference will be that each bowl will receive a different color when the time comes. So, now that we are clear in the process, let’s begin!

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe PowdersPeeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Mixing the Powders

Second, we are going to mix the baking soda and the citric acid together in each bowl. So, take your scale, one of your four small mixing bowls, and tare the scale to remove the weight of the bowl. Now, weigh 130 grams of baking soda and 65 grams of citric acid the single small mixing bowl. Repeat this with the remaining three bowls. Then, mix each individual bowl with your hands to thoroughly blend each mixture. Be sure that you remove any clumps in your bowls.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Oils to Your Mixtures

Next, we are going to add the Grapeseed Oil and Fragrance Oil to the bowls. Take one of your four small mixing bowls and tare it on the scale. Next, add 7 grams of the Grapeseed Oil and 4 grams of the Honey Almond Fragrance Oil. You will repeat this step with your remaining three bowls. Then mix each of the four bowls thoroughly with your hands. While it can be tiring to mix four separate bowls so many times, know that it is important to do well to create a bath bomb that works well and holds its form.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs RecipePeeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Adding Four the Colorants

Now, we are going to create a different color in each of the four small mixing bowls. Take one of the bowls and add ten drops of the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant. Grab your second bowl and put in ten drops of the Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant. In your next bowl you will need to put in ten drops of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant. Your final bowl will have ten drops of the Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant. Finally, you will need to mix each one with your hands until the mixture is an even color with no clumps of bright streaks.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Witch HazelPeeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Spraying Witch Hazel and Filling the Molds

Once your bowls are each evenly mixed, you are ready to fill your Peeps Bunny Molds! Now, take one of your colored mixtures to spray with the witch hazel, you should only need one or two sprays to get the mixture to stick together. Then, immediately press the mixture into the cavities of the bunny mold. After this is done, you will repeat this step with the remaining three colored mixtures. This should provide you with eight peeps bunny bath bombs with two in each color that you created. Wait until they have completely hardened and before proceeding to the next step.

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Making them Look Like Peeps

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Making them Look Like PeepsFinally, we are going to add the sugary coating. First, remove your peep bunny bath bombs from their mold. Next, lightly spray the bath bombs with some of your rubbing alcohol. Now, you can sprinkle the white granulated sugar on top of all your sprayed peeps. Make sure that they are well covered. Wait for them to dry and shake off the excess sugar. Your peep bunny bath bombs are now ready to use! However, if you wish to store them keep them sealed in a dry place to prevent them from activating too early.

Feb
03

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe


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Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe

Golden-Clover-Bath-Bombs-BlogIf you’re anything like me, you’re going to love this Saint Patrick’s Day craft recipe. Who doesn’t love to sparkle and shine? I am so lucky to have been able to make these gold bath fizzies, it must have been a little St Patty’s Day luck.  I have found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, gold bath bombs, that is.  Our golden clover bath bombs are scented with our wonderful Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil. Not only are they glowing with beauty, coconut oil is included so both your eyes and body are sure to be pleased. This Saint Patrick’s Day bath bomb recipe has it all!  So, without further ado, Natures Garden’s Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Ingredients available at Natures Garden Cosmetic Supplies

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Ingredients available from Natures GardenCitric Acid
Baking Soda – Sodium Bicarbonate
Corn Starch
Coconut Oil 76
French Green Clay Powder
Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide
24K Gold Mica Pigment
8 oz. White PET Bullet Bottles (2)
24/410 White Fine Mist Sprayers (2)
Natures Garden Apron

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Other Equipment and Supplies You Will Need

Rubbing Alcohol – In a spray bottle
Witch Hazel –  In a spray bottle
Scale
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Total Ingredient Amounts Needed

132 grams Citric Acid
263 grams Baking Soda –  Sodium Bicarbonate
68 grams Corn Starch
30 grams Coconut Oil 76
10 grams Natures Garden’s Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil
5 grams French Green Clay Powder
5 grams FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Preparations Prior to Starting

First, you will need the two empty white 8 ounce PET bullet bottles. In the first bottle, add your rubbing alcohol. In your second bottle, put the witch hazel. Then, place one of your 24/410 white fine mist sprayers on each bottle.  You can set these aside for the moment we will come back to them in a bit. Next, we recommend wearing an apron, hair net and gloves when you prepare the Golden Clover Bath Fizzies. If you’re anything like me, you will get messy!  Go ahead and put those on before you start mixing.  In addition, begin to melt the coconut oil 76.  You can melt the coconut oil by placing your sealed bottle or jug in a bowl of warm tap water.  Since coconut oil 76 has a low melt point of 76 degrees, it will not take too long for it to melt.  I only needed about 5 minutes for mine to melt.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Weighing Out the Dry Ingredients

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Weighing Out the Dry IngredientsNow you will need your scale.  Using your scale, set to weigh in grams, add the baking soda.  You will need 263 grams.  Then, add 5 grams of your French green clay powder. Lastly, you want to add 68 grams of your corn starch.  Use your hands to mix the ingredients together thoroughly. Also, be sure to break up any clumps you may find in the bowl as you are mixing.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Wet Ingredients

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Wet IngredientsNext we will weigh out and add all of the wet ingredients. This includes your fragrance oil, coconut oil 76, and yellow oxide color.  First, weigh out 30 grams of the coconut oil 76 you began melting earlier.  Add it to your bowl of dry ingredients.  Again, use your hands to combine the ingredients evenly and fully.  Now, add 10 grams of Natures Garden’s Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil. Mix well.  Finally, add the 5 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Yellow Oxide. Use your hands to incorporate your color.  Make sure you mix everything fully and evenly.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Citric Acid

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Citric AcidThe last ingredient we will be adding is the citric acid. It is the combination of baking soda and citric acid added to water that creates the fizzing action of the finished bath bomb.  To the bowl containing the other ingredients, add the citric acid.  You will need to add 132 grams.  Once you have it in the bowl, you will once again need to use your hands to incorporate everything together.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Preparing the Mixture for the Molds

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Preparing the Mixture for the MoldsFor this step you will want to get the silicone shamrock mold out and the bottle of witch hazel you prepared earlier.  Now, begin lightly spritzing the Golden Clover Bath Fizzy mixture with the witch hazel. As you are spraying mix the ingredients with your hands. Continue spray and mixing until you have wet sand like consistency or a crumbly dough.  Be careful not to over spray the mixture.  If you spray them with too much much witch hazel, you will activate the citric acid.  This will leave you bath bomb without fizz.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Putting the Bath Fizzies in the Mold

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Putting the Bath Fizzies in the MoldWhen you are ready, begin adding the mixture to the mold.  You want to make sure you pack the molds tightly. This recipe will make four gold bath bombs shaped like shamrocks. Once you have filled four cavities of the silicone mold, allow the bath bombs to set up overnight.  Since silicone molds are super flexible, removal is a snap.  Simply press gently on the bottom of the mold.  They will come right out for you.  You can turn the mold upside down and press as well.  However, if you do it this way make sure you have a piece of cardboard or something similar under the mold.  If the mold drops, it will likely crack.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Making them Shine

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Making them ShineFor this step you will need the bottle of rubbing alcohol you prepared earlier in the recipe. You will also need a mixing bowl. I used a medium sized bowl.  It will catch the mica as you sprinkle your fizzy.  Begin by spraying the first bath fizzy lightly with rubbing alcohol. Then, hold it over the medium sized bowl.  Next, sprinkle Natures Garden’s 24k gold mica pigment over the bath bomb. Continue sprinkling the 24k gold mica pigment until the entire shamrock is covered with mica. Finally, gently shake off any extra mica into the bowl. Repeat this process until each clover fizzy is covered in gold.

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Using your Handmade Bath Fizzy

Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe Using your Bath FizzyFinally, when using the gold bath fizzies, simply place one in your bathtub. Then, let it fizz and sparkle. However, we should mention, your tub will likely be slippery when you are getting out. Be extra careful.  It might also require a little extra cleaning to your bathtub, but it is well worth it!  You will shimmer and glow all day long!  Plus, your skin we thank you for the coconut oil treat!

We hope that you have enjoyed this free bath fizzy tutorial.  Let us know if you have made this recipe!  We would love to see your pictures!  Tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents, or post a pic on our Facebook page!  For even more bath fizzy fun, take a look at our other bath bomb recipes, along with hundreds of other candle, soap, and cosmetic recipes Natures Garden’s creative team has created and tested.  In addition, we offer numerous free classes to help you learn all about the wonderful world of soap, candle, and cosmetic making.  All of these fragrance fun recipes and classes can be found in our free recipe box found at this link.

Jan
11

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid


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Bath Bomb Without Citric AcidBath Bomb Without Citric Acid

Kick this Valentines Day off with a super cute bath bomb! Not only does this recipe create a bath bomb without citric acid, but its absolutely adorable. While bath bombs are well loved by nearly everyone, we have had a lot of requests for a bath bomb recipe without citric acid. So, we’ve created this cute kissing lips recipe with Cream of Tartar instead of citric acid. We hope that you enjoy this recipe and are as excited as we are for these super cute bath bombs. Personally, I think that these pretty pink smooching lips are the perfect gift for this holiday of love and romance. So, why not give your loved one a gift that lets them feel relaxed and pampered? Just try it out and let your special someone know that you care!

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Ingredients Available At Natures Garden

Baking Soda – Sodium Bicarbonate

Cream of Tartar

Sunflower Oil

Love Juice Fragrance Oil

Neon Pink Fun Soap Colorant

Lips – Mold Market Molds

8 oz. Clear Bullet Bottles

White  Mist Sprayer 24/410

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Equipment That You’ll Need

Bowl

Scale

Witch Hazel

Measuring Cup

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Amounts of Ingredients

2 cups of Baking Soda – Sodium Bicarbonate

1 cup of Cream of Tartar

20 grams of Sunflower Oil

14 grams of Love Juice Fragrance Oil

5 grams of Neon Pink Fun Soap Colorant

2 Lips Mold Market Molds

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Cleaning and Preparing 

Before you start creating this bath bomb recipe make sure that you clean up your work space and make sure all the equipment you need is sanitized. We suggest that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net during the preparation of these bath bombs.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Baking Soda and Cream of Tartar

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Baking Soda and Cream of TartarFirst, you will need to grab your bowl and a measuring cup. Measure two cups of the baking soda into the bowl. Next, measure one cup of Cream of Tartar into the bowl as well. Mix these together these two ingredients well. Although you will be mixing more throughout the recipe, it can only help to continue to mix as you add ingredients to more evenly disperse the added components.  Additionally, you will want to make sure you break up any clumps you find in the powders.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Adding The Oils

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Adding The OilsInitially, you will be adding the fragrance to the bath bomb mixture. So, place your bowl on the scale and add 14 grams of the Love Juice Fragrance Oil. Mix the scent into the powder to disperse the fragrance oil before the next step. Next, you will be including the sunflower oil. Again, place the bowl on the scale and weigh out 20 grams of the Sunflower Oil into the bowl. Now, mix in the oils very well.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Coloring Your Bath Bomb

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Coloring Your Bath BombNext, you will be adding the Neon Pink Fun Soap Colorant to the bath bombs. Take the bowl of mixed ingredients and your scale. Weigh out 5 grams of the Neon Pink Colorant into the bowl. We recommend that you don’t add all of the colorant in one area in the bowl. Mix the colorant into the recipe thoroughly and avoid leaving any flecks of pink unmixed.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Adding The Witch Hazel

Initially, you will need to spray the mixture with witch hazel. However, you need to be sure that you do not add too much witch hazel at one time. Otherwise, the mixture will fizz. If the mixture fizzes too much, then the recipe will not stick together and the bath bomb will be ruined. So, the first step is to spray the witch hazel one or two times into the bowl. Second, you will mix this ingredient into the recipe thoroughly. You will repeat these two steps of adding witch hazel and mixing. You will continue repeating until the recipe can stick together and can hold its form.  You want to have a crumbly dough like consistency.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Filling The Molds

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Filling The MoldsFinally, pack the finished bath bomb mixture into the lips mold market molds. You will need to push the mix into the mold hard so that no empty air pockets remain. If the recipe is not put into the mold well enough the shape may not be maintained by the bath bombs. I would recommend that you put a small portion of the bath bomb into one of the molds and push hard. Then, add some more and push on this as well. This method will make it easier for you to prevent the empty space that would ruin the shape of the lips.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Removing The Bath Bombs From The Molds

Eventually, you will be able to remove your bath bombs from the molds. Make sure that you take great care when removing these bath bomb lips! Not only will it be very easy for you to remove the bath bombs, but the bath bombs need to remain in the molds overnight. If you remove the bath bomb lips too early they may fall apart, as they are extremely soft at first. Although setting overnight will make these bath bombs harder, you should still try to take care when you remove or handle these lip shaped bath bombs.

Additionally, the bath bombs will be extremely easy to remove from the molds. In fact, can easily slip right out when the mold is flipped upside down. When I removed my own batch of bath bombs, the lips slid out as soon as the mold was upside down. So, I would recommend using either another set of hands or slide some cardboard under the mold before you flip the mold.

Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Using Cream of Tartar

Personally, I found that the Cream of Tartar bath bomb recipe to be not as great as the recipes we have done with citric acid. When we tested the, we noticed that this recipe is not as fizzy as the bath bombs that we’re used to using. When we were washing our equipment we noticed that this recipe for bath bombs was a lot less fizzy than recipes with citric acid. However, this recipe was extremely easy to remove from the mold in comparison to citric acid bath bombs. If you are looking to create bath bombs with a soap mold, then this recipe may work better for you.

Nov
18

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe


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Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb RecipeLumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

The tradition of putting coal in the stockings of  children Santa has on his naughty list is a tradition that goes back centuries.  Inspired by this long running tradition, we created our Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe.  This bath fizzy recipe uses Natures Garden’s Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil.  In addition, this recipe also includes coconut oil, Hawaiian black salt, and activated charcoal.  These bath bombs will be a perfect homemade gift for your kids, friends, or family.  It doesn’t matter if they’re naughty or nice!  Either way, they are sure to love these bath fizzies!

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb RecipeLumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Natures Garden Ingredients

Baking Soda – Sodium Bicarbonate
Citric Acid
Corn Starch
Bentonite Clay Powder
Coconut Oil 76
Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

Activated Charcoal
Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground
Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil
8 oz Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White Fine Mist Sprayer 24/410
Safety Gloves

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

Scale
Witch Hazel
Large Round Acrylic Fillable Ornaments (2)
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Spatula

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Preparing the Mixture

First, prepare a bottle of witch hazel.  Fill the 8 ounce bullet bottle with witch hazel.  Then, place the lid on top.  You will need this later in the recipe.

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe
Also, we will go ahead and prepare the fillable ornaments molds.  First of all, you will need half of each ornament.  To each one, we added 8 grams of Hawaiian black salt coarse ground, but you can use less if you’d like.  Set these aside for now while we prepare the bath fizzy mixture.  We will come back to them.

 

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

 

Next, weigh out your dry ingredients.  In your mixing bowl, add 263 grams of baking soda, 68 grams of cornstarch, 30 Hawaiian black salt fine ground, 5 grams bentonite clay, and 1 gram activated charcoal.  Use your hands to mix the ingredients, breaking up any clumps as you mix.

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

 

Now, weigh out your oils and black oxide soap colorant.  You will need a second small mixing bowl.  Use your scale to weigh out 30 grams of coconut oil 76, 8 grams of black oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 1 gram of Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil.

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

 

Then, use a spatula to add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients.  Using your hands, mix them together completely.  Again, breaking up any clumps.

 

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

 

Finally, add the citric acid.  Weigh out 132 grams of citric acid, place this in the bowl with the other ingredients.  Once again, use your hands to mix the ingredients.  Also, make sure you are breaking up any clumps.

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe Filling Your Molds

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe
This is when you will need the bottle of witch hazel you prepared earlier.  Spray a small amount of witch hazel into the bowl.  Also, using your hands mix as you spray.  You want to continue spraying a bit, then mixing until you get the perfect consistency.  You want it to feel like wet sand.  You will be able to squeeze it and it will pack, yet it will still crumble a bit.

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

 

Next, begin filling your molds.  Place the mixture into one half of each mold.  In addition, you want to make sure you press down firmly.  In fact, if the mixture is too loose, it will crumble when you remove it from the molds.

 

Once you have the mixture packed into the molds, you will attach them.  However, prior to putting the ornaments together spray each side with witch hazel.  Then, put them together.

Finally, let the bath fizzies set up.  Then, remove them from the molds.  Also, make sure you remove them carefully and slowly.

Your Lumps of Coal Bath Bombs are now ready for use.  So, place an activated charcoal bath fizzy in your tub and let the fizzing begin!  Have you made an activated charcoal bath fizzy too?  Show us what you’ve made by posting them to our Facebook page or tagging us on Instagram @ngscents!