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Aug
24

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe


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Nettle Bath Bomb RecipeNettle Bath Bomb Recipe

Nature’s Garden is the place to go for all your bath and body recipe inspirations! Our crafty creative staff has a new bath bomb recipe to show you all! The Nettle Bath Bomb recipe is sure to get you to take a nice, long soak in a warm bath with this skin soothing bath bomb. With nourishing ingredients such as, avocado oil, kaolin clay, and of course some very beneficial nettle leaf, we are sure you will be wanting to add this to your line of bath and body products.

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: What is Nettle LeafNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: What is Nettle Leaf

If you are familiar with adding herbs and powders to your bath and body recipes, then I am sure you have heard of Nettle Leaf. It is actually very common plant that could possible be mistaken for a weed, however, this plant is anything but a pesky old weed! Nettle Leaf is also known as Common Nettle or Stinging Nettle (although not all varieties sting). Nettle Leaf is native to many parts of the world including North America and Europe. This perennial plant has even been found in ancient clothing from China dating back over 2000 years ago! That is correct! Not only is this leaf used medicinally and in the culinary trade, but the Nettle Leaf was used in creating clothes during World War II. Specifically in the uniforms used by the Germans.

Since it is also known as Stinging Nettle, you may wonder how does the leaf actually sting you? Well, there are little hairs along the sides of the leaves. If your skin comes into contact with the leaves, you will most likely experience, welts, rashes or blisters. However, once the leaves are dried, than they are safe to handle with no fear of getting stung.

Nettle Leaf is actually incredibly amazing for the body! As we stated above, it is a popular herb medicinally and topically and in the food. Chocked full of vitamins such as, Vitamin A, B, C, D and K, it also carries a large amount of iron, potassium, calcium, manganese, amino acids, phosphorous, magnesium, silica, silicon, protein and iodine. That is quite a bit of power in one plant!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: The Benefits of Nettle LeafNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: The Benefits of Nettle Leaf

Nettle Leaf can be made into many things to treat a variety of skin and hair ailments. You can create a mask of nettle leaf or an astringent. This helps with acne, scars and even eczema. A massage oil can be created for beneficial anti-inflammatory properties. This can help with arthritic pain, rheumatism and even tendonitis.  Also, a toner or a paste can be created to help with skin burns, swelling or even scaring Since Nettle Leaf contains silica and silicon it makes a wonderful topical treatment for scalp conditions! It can strengthen the roots, stimulate  hair growth and the silica helps strengthen the follicles, and scalp. It also can help with stubborn dandruff!

Nettle Leaf can also be made into a tea to drink. This is a wonderful way to help with kidney infections, benign prostatic hyperplasia, and lower blood pressure. This herb also contains iron and iron. Vitamin C is an important factor when it comes to iron absorption. This aids in fighting anemia and fatigue!

This is just a few of the amazing things Nettle Leaf has to offer! Not only is it a perfect aid to staying healthy on the inside, it’s awesome for looking healthy on the outside as well!

Now that we have some knowledge of what nettle leaf can help you out with, let’s move on to the recipe!

Nettle Leaf Bath Bomb Recipe: Two Key Ingredients

In this bath bomb we have used two of your standard bath bomb ingredients, Citric Acid and Baking Soda! Citric Acid (when combined with baking soda) is what gives your bath bombs their fizz! It naturally occurs in citrus fruits and acts as a preservative. Also, citric acid is used in a multitude of products and industries. From foods to medicinal to bath and body products, it is a very convenient ingredient to have on hand. The other ingredient is Baking Soda, or Sodium Bicarbonate. This is a gentle, natural alkaline that is used in cosmetic formulations and cleaning formulas to lift dirt, and remove oils. It can be used in anything from a dish washing detergent to using as a rinse to help get your hair soft and shiny!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Avocado OilNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil is a wonderful, moisturizing ingredient that is helpful for those with sensitive skin! It also is one of the few oils that has a high percentage of unsaponifiables (the portions of the oil that do not react with the lye to form soap). It is also full of vitamins such as A, D and E.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Kaolin Clay PowderNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Kaolin Clay Powder

Kaolin Clay, also called China Clay, is a white clay that is perfect for sensitive skin types.  This clay is commonly used to make mineral makeup such as foundation, eye shadow, and blush.  Also, Kaolin clay is used in formulations as a thickener and is added to bath bombs to harden them.  Like most clays, kaolin clay helps cleanse the skin and remove toxins.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Dragons Blood Fragrance OilNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden smells just like the essential oil. Dragon’s blood truly has a smell all its own. A deep, rich earthy smell of spicy and sweet that has a true incense fragrance to it. This fragrance oil is a best seller here at Nature’s Garden.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients That You Can Get At Nature’s Garden

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You will Need

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 10 grams Kaolin Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Avocado Oil
  • 18 grams Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Nettle Leaf C/S
  • 5 grams Nettle Leaf Powder

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Before You Get Started

Before you get creating, a few important steps should be taken. First, clean and sanitize your work area. Also, give your equipment and packing materials a good scrubbing. For sanitary reasons, we suggest using a hair net, gloves and protective clothing when preparing this or any other recipe. Have a spray bottle of witch hazel ready to go along with all the ingredients needed withing easy reach. These steps help the process of making your bath bombs run smoothly without unnecessary interruptions. Once you have prepped yourself and your work area, you are ready to go!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Dry IngredientsNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Dry Ingredients

First you will begin preparing the dry ingredients. Take your first mixing bowl and place it on your scale. Tare out the weight and add in 300 grams of Citric Acid, 600 grams of Baking Soda and 10 grams of Kaolin Clay Powder.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing It UpNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing It Up

Then, with gloved hands, you can mix these ingredients together, breaking up any clumps as you go. You can set this bowl aside for the moment.

 

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Wet IngredientsNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepping the Wet Ingredients

Now you will move onto the wet ingredients. In the second mixing bowl, weigh out 18 grams of Avocado Oil, 18 grams of Dragons Blood Fragrance Oil. You can stir these ingredients together to combine the two.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Next, you will combine the wet and dry ingredients together. Mix in the wet to the dry and using your gloved hands, thoroughly combine these ingredients together. Make sure that the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Dough

The next step is to separate the bath bomb dough. Divide your dough in half. Place one half in a clean bowl and the other half can stay in the mixing bowl you combined the ingredients in.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

Now that you have the dough separated you will be adding the nettle leaf. To the first bowl, weigh and add 5 grams of the cut and sifted nettle leaf.

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

 

 

Next, we will prepare the mixture that will be used for the second half of the mixture. So, to the next bowl, add 5 grams of the powdered nettle leaf.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Witch Hazel

Now we will be mixing in the witch hazel. So to the first bowl, lightly mist the bath bomb mixture, mixing the ingredients with your hands. Continue to spritz the mixture with the witch hazel until you have a nice crumbly dough-like consistency throughout the bath bomb dough. Once you have completed the first bowl, you can move onto the second bowl. Combine and spritz the mixture with the witch hazel as you did before. When the second bowl is of the same crumbly, dough you can stop mixing.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Bath BombNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Bath Bomb

With both of our mixtures combined and at the right consistency, you will now be using the bath bomb molds. To the first half of the mold, pack in the mixture containing the nettle leaf powder. Make sure you have it packed in tightly and firmly.

 

 

 

To the other half of the mold, add in the mixture containing the nettle leaf cut and sifted, making sure it, too, is packed in tightly.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Two Halves TogetherNettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Two Halves Together

Now that both halves are filled, you will be putting them together to make the bomb. First, lightly mist each half of the bath bomb with the witch hazel. This will help ensure that the two halves bind together. Now you can put the halves together, pushing tightly to lock the mold into place. Continue this process until you have used up all the bath bomb dough. This recipe makes approximately six bath bombs.

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Bath Bomb

Before using your awesome new bath bomb, you will need to allow them to set up and harden. Once they have hardened and set up, you can allow them to stay in the mold, or you can remove them and package how you desire. When it is bath time, simply place the Nettle Bath Bomb under some warm bath water. Relax and enjoy the delights of bath time!

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: To Learn More

We hope you enjoyed this brand new recipe Nature’s Garden has created! We also hope you enjoyed learning a little bit about the benefits of the Nettle Leaf. It really is an amazing plant, and you may actually have some in your own backyard and not know it! If you would like to learn more about the Nettle Leaf, check out our Nettle Leaf Class on our website or follow this link to read up on how this amazing herb can benefit you!

Nature’s Garden sells all their herbs and powders for external uses only. They are not sold as food items. (The information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs.

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Aug
17

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe


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Rosemary Bath Bomb RecipeRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe

If you have enjoyed all of our herbal bath bomb recipes recently, then you are in luck as we have another fantastic recipe coming out today! We at Natures Garden have another wonderful bath bomb recipe that includes even more wonderful cosmetic herbs. Our Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe is absolutely perfect for anyone that enjoys creating and using some true, herbal recipes. The cosmetic herb and rosemary fragrance blend to create the perfect aroma. Further, the rosemary herb will help care for the skin. Together the aromatherapy qualities and skin loving properties are perfect for a relaxing time in the bath. So, unwind and nourish your entire body simultaneously as you relax in the bath tub.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Grapeseed Oil
Rosemary Fragrance Oil
Kaolin Clay Powder
Rosemary Leaf Whole
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

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Grapeseed Oil
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
3 grams of the Rosemary Leaf Whole
18 grams of the Rosemary Fragrance Oil

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Rosemary Fragrance OilRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Rosemary Fragrance Oil

This herbal bath bomb recipe uses our Rosemary Fragrance Oil, which has a perfect scent blend of herbal notes that is refreshing and cooling. This lovely scented oil has a high level of essential oil notes in this high quality aroma. So, this fragrance oil has strong notes of the pure minty evergreen scent that comes with the true scent of real rosemary. Along with the strong herbal scent of rosemary essential oil, this fragrance has notes of camphoraceous eucalyptus. Finally, this aroma is rounded out with notes of coriander. So, these scents blend perfectly to create a fragrance oil that is cool, crisp, and irresistible. So, you are sure to love this fragrance in your bath bomb recipe.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Prepare

Before you begin making your cosmetic bath bombs at home, you may want to do a couple of simple preparations. First, you will want to gather all of the bath bomb supplies and equipment that you are going to need. Further, you will want to clean your bath and body equipment, as it ensures that these supplies are ready to use. Second, you will want to clean up an area that you can use to create this cosmetic recipe. Lastly, you may want to prepare a spray bottle of witch hazel to get the ingredients to stick together and hold their shape. Now, you should be ready to create this cosmetic recipe.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Dry IngredientsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to want to start by preparing some of the dry ingredients for this cosmetic recipe. So, grab a medium mixing bowl and the scale. You will need to measure out 300 grams of the Citric Acid and 600 grams of the Baking Soda into the medium mixing bowl. Then, you will want to blend these ingredients together with your gloved hands. Make sure that you break up any of the clumps that you may find in these powders. If these clumps aren’t removed, then you can end up with clumps of ingredients that weren’t properly mixed into the recipe. Once all the clumps are broken up, you can move on to the next step of the process.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Kaolin Clay PowderRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Kaolin Clay Powder

Next, you are going to add the cosmetic clay to the mixing bowl of other dry ingredients. So, grab this medium mixing bowl and add in 10 grams of the kaolin clay powder. This cosmetic clay is perfect for all skin types, even those that are considered to be more sensitive.  After, you should be sure to mix this cosmetic clay with the other powdered ingredients. Once these lovely ingredients are dispersed fairly evenly, you can move on to the next step.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Wet Ingredients

In another bowl, you are going to be preparing the wet ingredients for this bath and body recipe. So, grab a clean mixing bowl and weigh out 18 grams of the grapeseed oil. Also, you will need to add 18 grams of the Rosemary Fragrance Oil to the mixing bowl. After you have these cosmetic ingredients in the new mixing bowl, you are ready to move on to the next step of the bath bomb making process.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Combing the Wet and Dry IngredientsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Combing the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are ready to combine the wet and dry ingredients into one bowl. After you have combined these bath bomb ingredients, you will need to use your gloved hands to thoroughly mix these ingredients together. Once the cosmetic oil and the fragrance oil are evenly mixed with the other cosmetic ingredients wholesale, you will be ready to move on to the next step.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic HerbsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Herbs

The last solid ingredient that we need to add is our cosmetic herb wholesale. So, take your current bath bomb mixture and weigh in 3 grams of the whole rosemary leaf. After the rosemary herb is added to the mixture, you will need to use your gloved hands to mix this lovely ingredient into the rest of the ingredients. Afterwards, you will be ready to begin the process of filling up your bath bomb molds!

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mixture with Witch HazelRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mixture with Witch Hazel

Next, we are ready to spray the mixture with the bottle of witch hazel that you prepared earlier. As you spray your mixture, you will need to mix the ingredients with a gloved hand. Be sure to continue to incorporate the witch hazel into the other ingredients. This will help prevent you from spraying too much into the dough, which can potentially activate the fizzy bath bomb ingredients far too soon. It can be helpful for your to spray slowly to ensure that you don’t accidentally spray too much of the witch hazel. Regardless of the spraying method that you choose, you will need to make sure that you stop spraying once the mixture reaches the right consistency. You will know it it at the right consistency as the mixture will feel like crumbly dough. Once you have a dough of the right consistency, you are ready to fill your bath bomb molds!

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb MoldsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb Molds

Now that the dough is the correct consistency, you are ready to begin to fill up your bath bomb molds. Since each side of the mold is going to be the same, you will just fill each side of the mold up with your bath bomb mixture. Also, remember to pack the mixture tightly into the bath bomb mold packaging. Packing the mixture in tightly will help make sure that the bath bomb holds its shape and that the ingredients stick together to form the iconic shape or even another fun bath bomb mold shape.

Depending on your personal preference, you can either fill all of the halves for your six bath bombs at this point or just fill two for now and continue to the next step. Regardless, you will need to fill up twelve halves of these molds in total. If you would rather fill up the molds all at once time, then this is the perfect time to do that. In fact, this method my help speed up the time it takes to fill the molds.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath BombsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bombs

Finally, you are ready to finish up creating your bath bombs! Firstly, you will need to get two bath bomb halves and lightly spray each with witch hazel. Then, you will need to push the two halves together until the bath bomb mold snaps shut. You will need to repeat this until you have six whole bath bombs.

After all of the molds are shut, you will need to set these bath bombs in a safe place. They will require a few days to rest so that they can set up. The exact amount of time this will take depends on the level of humidity and your typical climate. However, it shouldn’t be too long. Once your bath bombs have completely hardened, they are ready to use!  You can remove the bath bombs from the mold or leave them in the plastic, wholesale molds. So, you can go with your own wholesale packaging ideas or you can use these molds as a method of packaging that is easy and convenient. Not only can you package these products now, but you can enjoy this fun and refreshing recipe. If you wanted, then at this point you can add these wonderful bath and body products to your bath to use.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Rosemary Leaf Whole Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Rosemary Leaf Whole

The Rosemary Leaf Whole provides more that just a true, herbal scent, it has benefits for the body, as well. This herb can be used to help with reducing oily skin as well as reducing acne breakouts. Also, some people use this cosmetic herb to help with issues like psoriasis, dermatitis, or eczema. Further, this herb has anti-inflammatory properties that can be useful for dealing with swelling and puffiness of the skin. Plus, these properties are thought to help promote healing of burns and minor cuts. Additionally, some enjoy this cosmetic herb in their skin care products, as it can reduce signs of aging, like wrinkles, bags, and fine lines. Further, this herb can help tighten loose and sagging skin. Plus, this herb can be used to help lighten blemishes and even your complexion.

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Rosemary Leaf Whole Medicinal

Although we sell rosemary for cosmetic purposes, there are many benefits rosemary is thought to have medicinally. First, this cosmetic herb has been used to help with various aches and pains due to the anti-inflammatory properties. For example, many have use this herb to treat treat headaches, toothaches, joint pain, and muscle pain. Further, this herb is thought to help with arthritis and gout. Also, this herb is thought to help boost cognitive activity and sharpen the mind. Further, the nutrients in this cosmetic herb can help to promote the immune system as well as help with fatigue, depression, anxiety, lethargy, forgetfulness, and tension.

These medicinal benefits are only some of the many wonderful properties that the rosemary herb is thought to have for your body. If you are interested in learning more about this cosmetic herb, then check out our Rosemary Class!

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb to Your Diet

A great way to add some of the rosemary herb to your diet is through creating delicious food that uses the herb. Not only will you be benefiting from the wonderful properties of this wholesale herb, but you will have a scrumptious meal that would be sure to be loved around the dinner table. One great place for ideas on cooking with powerful herb is the article by Cooking Light called Cooking with Rosemary. There are a few lovely recipes that you can try out and enjoy!

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Any of Your QuestionsRosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Any of Your Questions

If you have anymore questions about this botanical herb recipe or anything else, then please feel free to reach out to us! We are available on the phone, in the store, and online. An easy way to reach us online is through our social media. You can find us on our Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Another great reason to find u online is to know when new recipes are coming out! So, be sure to stay up to date on our social media! We hope to hear from you soon.

Note: Natures Garden sells our rosemary for external use only. We do not sell our rosemary as food items. We provide the above information for educational purposes only. Itis not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The above information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. You should keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs. Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

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!

Aug
02

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel


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10 Ways to Use Orange Peel10 Ways to Use Orange Peel

There are many different bath and body recipes that can gain benefits from using the orange peel powder herb. In fact, we at Natures Garden have 10 Ways to Use Orange Peel that will care for your skin. These wholesale cosmetic recipes are perfect for nourishing the body. Also, this scent will be useful for providing a refreshing orange scent. Further, this cosmetic herb has wonderful properties that will moisturize your skin and promote better healing of your skin. Not only can you use these properties to moisturize your skin, but you can use this herb to reduce signs of aging. So, these bath and body recipes can be used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Plus, you can use this cosmetic herb to help brighten and cleanse your skin. There are all kinds of reasons for you to include wonderful herbs wholesale in your bath and body recipes. So, check out this blog for various room scent, cosmetic, and soap making ideas.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

First, we have a wonderful melt and pour soap recipe that includes this cosmetic herb. Our Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is a layered soap recipe that was made to create a scrumptious dessert soap recipe. The topping fluff and orange peel powder sprinkled on top. While the topping of pistachio pudding is often nuts, the orange peels look similar and are perfect for the skin. So, can have the same appearance with even more skin care benefits! Additionally, this homemade soap recipe uses a delicious scented oil. Of course, the yummy dessert scent that we used would be Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has a scrumptious aroma of pistachio and almonds. These scents are sweetened with honey, heliotrope, and rich, creamy vanilla custard. So, the wonderful ingredients of this herb soap are perfect for creating a recipe. This will leave you with a soap recipe that smells absolutely perfect and will nourish your skin.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Rustic Wax Melts Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Rustic Wax Melts Recipe

Also, you can use this cosmetic herb to help create some scrumptious room scent recipes. So, we created the wonderful Rustic Wax Melts Recipe with this whole orange peel herb. The orange peel herb has an aroma that is perfect for this fragrance. This wax recipe is scented with the aroma of our Christmas Wassail Fragrance Oil. This is a scrumptious blend of mulled apple cider with fresh pineapple and orange scents. Then, the spice scents or cinnamon and clove enhance the aroma. Further, this scented oil uses the aroma of even more herbs, which includes cloves, juniper berries, and cinnamon sticks to enhance the scent. Not only does this recipe smell fantastic, but the herbs look pretty, too. These wonderful herbs are perfect for creating a cute, herbal wax melt and these herbs look very cute. In fact, we think that these wax melts are reminiscent of a melted snowman!

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can use this cosmetic herb powder to create a skin loving body scrub. We included the orange peel powder with our body scrub supplies to formulate the refreshing Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe. This homemade scrub recipe uses luscious cosmetic oils and lovely citrus peel herbs to create a wonderful salt scrub recipe. Not only does this scrub recipe include skin loving oils and butters, but this refreshing scrub smells great, too. The Grapefruit Ruby Red Fragrance Oil has a true aroma of refreshing ruby red grapefruit that is bright and true to life. This scrub recipe is perfect for exfoliating dead skin, rejuvenating your skin, and providing a fresh, clean citrus scent.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe

Further, you can use orange peel powder to create a wonderful bath and body recipe. This cosmetic herb is useful for rejuvenating and nourishing your skin. So, this cosmetic herb combined with other cosmetic ingredients to create a Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe. The benefits of the orange peel powder combine with nourishing aloe vera leaf powder to create a fantastic recipe. Plus, this foot scrub recipe uses poppy seeds to help exfoliate the skin and soften your feet. Further, this cosmetic recipe to includes nourishing oils and butters that will care for your skin. Plus, Tangerine Dreams Fragrance Oil has a refreshing citrus aroma of fresh tangerines with notes of vanilla and fresh scents of greenery. So, this recipe is perfect for creating a bright body scrub that will care for your skin and leave your skin soft and silky.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe

Next, you can include this wonderful cosmetic herb in your bath bomb recipes. The Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe uses orange peel powder to add to the aroma and the skin loving properties of this herb. Not only does this dessert bath bomb have orange peel powder, but it includes the sweet, sugary scent of vanilla powder, too! Plus, this recipe includes sweet almond oil, which will further moisturize your skin as you soak. So, this bath bomb will smell scrumptious and nourish your skin. Not only is this cosmetic recipe scented with herbs, but this recipe uses the Dreamsickle Fragrance Oil. The sweet vanilla and fresh citrus herb blend combines perfectly with the scent of the refreshing orange popsicle aroma with creamy vanilla filling. You will love this gorgeous aroma in your tub as the oils and herbs care for your entire body.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe

Additionally, you can use this cosmetic herb in even more bath and body recipes. You will absolutely love the properties of our Seaside Spa Scrub RecipeThe orange peel powder’s properties work alongside the benefits of the lemon peel powder, kelp powder, and spirulina powder. These wonderful herbs blend together to help create a spa quality bath and body creation. Further, this recipe includes dead sea salt to exfoliate the body and sweet almond oil to help moisturize the skin. Not only does this recipes care for the skin, but it includes the lovely aroma of the Seaside Fragrance Oil, too. This fragrant oil has a refreshing beach scent of rose and geranium floral scents and a wide blend of summer fruit scents. Finally, the scent has a touch of suntan lotion. So, this seaside recipe is sure to envelop your senses in the refreshing, true scent and skin loving properties.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, you can include this cosmetic herb in all kinds of homemade scrub recipes to nourish your skin. You will absolutely love the wonderful Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe for your skin, as it will leave you feeling smooth and soft. This emulsified sugar scrub uses three layers of cosmetic ingredients that include various nourishing oils and herbs that care for the skin. Further, this wonderful sugar scrub will use the lovely scent of our Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil. This lovely fragrance oil has notes of fresh Italian biscotti that blends with sweet, scrumptious scents of pumpkin, walnuts, and vanilla. This aroma blends perfectly with the scents of the cosmetic herbs that are included as a moisturizer, natural colorants, and herbal scent.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe

Next, we used this cosmetic herb in combination with various cold process soap making supplies to create a lovely soap recipe. The Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe is a wonderful cp soap recipe that perfectly includes this fruity cosmetic herb as well as other various skin loving recipes. Of course, the lovely aroma of the orange peel herb blends perfectly with the scent of our Fresh Fruit Slices Fragrance Oil. So, this cosmetic herb enhances the fruit salad aroma of orange, strawberry, apple and grapes scents. These fruity aromas are sprinkled with the sweet scent of shaved coconut. Furthermore, the orange peel herb and wonderful cosmetic oils that are fantastic for nourishing and caring for the skin. So, this is a perfect soap making recipe for both cleansing and moisturizing your body.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Mechanics Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Mechanics Soap Recipe

Plus, you can use this herbal cosmetic ingredient with your other melt and pour soap making supplies. You can use these cosmetic herbs to create the lovely Mechanics Soap RecipeThe orange peel powder herb is combined with other herbs, like the pumice ground, dead sea clay powder, and red Moroccan clay powder. Not only will adding these herbs help to exfoliate and nourish your skin, but it is extremely important for the design. If you have ever tried to swirl melt and pour soap, then you will know how frustrating it can be. However, adding cosmetic herbs to your recipe can help this problem and make it possible to swirl melt and pour soap. Further, this soap recipe includes the refreshing scent of our Fresh Squeezed Orange Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has notes of fresh squeezed oranges. Both the bright citrus scent and the cosmetic herb benefits make this a fantastic melt and pour soap recipe that is definitely worth trying out!

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Finally, you can include some of the orange peel powder to create even more wonderful melt and pour recipes for soaping. We used this herb in our Fish Kiss Melt and Pour Soap Recipe to create a fantastic soap recipe that is cute and will care for your skin. The orange peel powder was added to the fish soap and the sand on the bottom of the bar. Plus, activated charcoal was included in the black portion of the soap. So, this herb soap recipe will be great for cleansing and nourishing the body. Further, this wonderful mp soap recipe includes the lovely scent of our Ocean Waves Fragrance Oil. This refreshing and clean scent has light notes of citrus. These notes are blended with lovely floral scents of both jasmine and lavender. Then, the fragrance has a background of musky and woodsy notes. So, you will be sure to adore both the scent and skin loving properties of this homemade soap recipe.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Even More Fun Orange Peel Ideas

If you are looking for even more fun and unique ways to use orange peels, then you may want to check out this creative craft recipe. This recipe uses an orange half with the center scooped out, but has the center left in. This makes enough room to add oil and the center acts almost like a wick. This is a fun cute recipe that is super simple. Plus, you could even add some fruity fragrance oil. These scented oils can add to the natural orange scent to create even more fun! Anyone that is interested in trying our this cheep candle craft can check out DIY Orange Peel Candle by Robyn’s View. While this candle idea will be different from a wax candle recipe, it is definitely a cute idea to try out!

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Ask Us Your Questions10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you enjoyed these free bath and body recipes. You can ask us any questions about these recipes or anything else. Feel free to reach out to us for even more information and ideas. You can find us in the store, on the phone, and online. One easy way to reach out to us online is to contact us on social media. We have a Facebook page that you can reach us on. Also, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Not only can you ask us any of your questions on social media, but you can share your favorite recipes or your very own creations, too. We would absolutely love to see your own homemade creations! So, we hope that we hear from you soon.

Jul
09

Green Tea Benefits


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Green Tea BenefitsGreen Tea Benefits

Many people enjoy drinking green tea, but the taste isn’t all that this tea is good for. In fact, there are many green tea benefits that you can enjoy in your various products. Just drinking green tea have some wonderful benefits for your body. Plus, you can even use green tea to provide benefits that make it perfect to add combine with bath and body supplies and create some fantastic products. Both our Green Tea Powder and our Green Tea Leaves Cut and Sifted from Natures Garden are perfect for creating wonderful homemade bath and body recipes. Plus, you can combine these herbs with other flower and herb powders that can be used as wonderful soap making supplies. So, let’s get into some of the amazing benefits that people can have from this wonderful cosmetic herb.

Green Tea Benefits: Growing ConditionsGreen Tea Benefits: Growing Conditions

Although green tea plants will grow best in areas that are considered zone 7, you can grow this plant in colder areas, too. All you have to do is put your tea plant in a pot and bring it in during the winter. This plant can survive down to about 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, you can transfer your plant to larger pots as it grows. You will know when it is time if you see that the roots begin to push out of the drain holes in the bottom. Your green tea plant will prefer soil that drains well, like a light sandy or medium loamy soil. Further, these plants like soil that is acidic that has a pH between 4.5 and 6. Also, your plant will prefer to be in either full or partial shade.

Once your plant is thriving, you can start thinking about harvesting your tea leaves. You will want to use the young tender tea leaves. So, pick a new shoot with only a few leaves on it. For best results, you may want a new shoot with about two or three leaves on it. Typically, you will be able to harvest your tea leaves in the summer. Later, the plant will bloom to produce pretty flowers, this will happen between September and November. While these blooms are quite pretty, they aren’t all that great for making green tea. So, you may want to store some for after green tea season.

Green Tea Benefits: Industrial Uses

There are many benefits that you can have from bringing green tea into your life. You can use this as a regular tea to provide your insides with all kinds of benefits. Also, you could use green tea to create all kinds of yummy foods. Another fun option is to create fun bath and body creations that you can use to care for your skin and hair. So, check out all the amazing benefits that you can use to pamper your body from head to toe.

GGreen Tea Benefits: Bath and Body Productsreen Tea Benefits: Bath and Body Products

Creating homemade bath and body products is great for making easy crafts for adults that produce some amazing results. One option for incorporating green tea into your products is adding the powdered herb directly into your products. Also, you could use our whole green tea cut and sifted to create a tea to use in the water phase of your cosmetic recipes. This homemade tea can be added to many recipes. You can also infuse green tea into the oils you are using in your recipe. Another option for you is to add the whole herb directly into your cosmetic recipes. Adding the whole green tea leaves will provide the regular benefits of green tea along with some light exfoliation for your skin. This could be useful for creating homemade scrub recipes. Now that we have options for incorporating this herb, let’s look at some of the potential benefits.

Green Tea Benefits: Bath and Body Product Benefits

First, this cosmetic herb has been found to be useful for skin complexion. A study had been done with green tea that revealed this herb can be used to rejuvenate the appearance of your skin. Not only does this herbal tea help your complexion, but it can be used to reduce circles or puffy under eyes. This is because green tea contains antioxidants and an astringent that can help shrink the blood vessels. So, you may want to create a lotion soap, or other bath and body product. Also, this herb would be perfect for making bath bombs, as you can soak in the rejuvenating herb as you relax in the tub.

Another great benefit of this herb is that it has been known to help reduce breakouts of acne and pimples. The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties are both thought to be useful for fighting acne. These properties are thought to fight the bacteria that cause acne and reduce the redness and inflammation, too. Further, it is thought that the catechins in this tea can be used to help regulate hormone imbalances. So, creating an acne soap recipe with green tea would be a great idea!

Green Tea Benefits: Natures Garden Bath and Body Recipes

We incorporated our green tea cut and sifted herb to add some refreshing, soothing properties to our Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe. We included this herb because green tea is popular for homemade sunburn remedies. First, the anti-inflammatory properties will help to reduce the redness and pain. Further, some have found that this herb is effective for reducing your risk of skin cancer or tumors due to UV sunlight. So, green tea is an amazing way to care for your skin after a sunburn and makes a perfect addition to our recipe for sunburn relief.

Green Tea Benefits: Food and BeveragesGreen Tea Benefits: Food and Beverages

The taste of green tea is often bittersweet, but the taste can vary slightly. This variation depends on the growing conditions, processing methods, and harvesting methods. Most often, people will use these leaves to create a tea. This practice is so common that the herb has been called green tea. However, there are other ways that people will use this herb. This includes adding it into their food recipes, as this herb can be a delicious flavor for some meal recipes, like the Green Tea Teriyaki Chicken Recipe. Another delicious example is all of the green tea themed dessert recipes on this Green Tea Food Recipes board on Pinterest, which is full of all kinds of ideas for green tea recipes.

Green Tea Benefits: Medicinal UsesGreen Tea Benefits: Medicinal Uses

Green Tea was one of the many herbs included in traditional Chinese medicine. The natural flavor was said to have cooling properties, which can be used to refresh the mind and promote a positive, alert mental state. Plus, it was thought that this tea will quench your thirst, promote body fluid production, and lead to good digestion. Also, some green tea would be good for a cold, as it has been thought to cool the body and clear phlegm. Plus, it was thought that this tea could flush out toxic evils, as it would flush the body by promoting urination and bowel movements. Some of the traditional benefits that have been studied were immune and cardiac health. First, it was found that green tea contains polyphenols, which can reduce oxidative stress. and prevent oxidation of bad cholesterol. Further, another study on these polyphenols were linked to reduced abnormal cell growth.

Green Tea Benefits: More Medicinal Uses

Also, green tea has been known to kill bad bacteria. So, this tea is thought to help lower your risk of infection and possibly help reduce the length of illnesses. Plus, these properties are beneficial for promoting good oral health. The tea is thought to kill the bad bacteria in the mouth that are responsible for forming plaque and creating cavities. Further, the properties in this herb are thought to help reduce bone loss.

Some people will try green tea to help reduce their chance of cancer. There are properties in this tea that can help protect your cells from oxidation damage. This kind of damage can damage cells and lead to the uncontrolled growth of cancer cells. A few studies were done that found a correlation between drinking green tea and having a reduced risk of certain cancers.

Additionally, green tea has been thought to promote brain health. A study on green tea found that the polyphenols were able to boost the amount of available dopamine in the brain, which promotes a positive mood. Further, these chemicals were found to help regulate insulin in the brain by enhancing the sensitivity for it in the brain. Also, some studies have linked green tea to a reduced risk of certain brain diseases common in old age. These diseases include both Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Since Parkinson’s disease involves the death of dopamine producing neurons, an herb that promotes the production of dopamine from other cells could be beneficial. Also, EGCG was found to help protect your brain from forming the plaques that are thought to cause Alzhemer’s disease.

Green Tea Benefits: Other UsesGreen Tea Benefits: Other Uses

Another benefit of green tea is that it can help you stay awake. Many people prefer to drink tea instead of coffee, as it doesn’t provide the same “jittery” feeling that coffee can. Although green tea does naturally contain some caffeine, it has a much lower concentration than coffee. So, this is a more gentle way to wake yourself up in the morning. Furthermore, there is a chemical in green tea called theanine, which can provide a calming effect. So, you may be able to use tea to have a calm, alert feeling without the nervous jitters.

Additionally, green tea contains chemicals that are useful for reducing anxiety. This tea contains L-theanine, which has been found to increase leaves of dopamine and improve positive mental function. Also, there have been studies that like green tea to weight loss. It is thought that this tea can help to reduce appetite. Further, there have been mixed results on the EGCG, a powerful antioxidant, in green tea being able to promote weight loss.

Green Tea Benefits: Boseong Green Tea Fields

Anyone that is a really big fan of green tea will want to hear about the Boseong Green Tea Fields. These Green Tea Fields in Korea are absolutely stunning and you can stroll through the beautiful landscape, stop at souvenir shops, or even try green tea ice cream. If you want to hear about a tea lover’s actual experience, then check out Boseong Green Tea Fields: Everything You Need To Know To Visit. Not only does she show pictures and share her experience, but she provides tips for travel and other nearby destinations to visit for anyone that is interested in going!

Green Tea Benefits: Ask Us Any QuestionsGreen Tea Benefits: Ask Us Any Questions

We hope that you learned something new about green tea from our natural cosmetic blog. Also, you can use this botanical herb along with some of our other herbs and spices to create some amazing bath and body recipes. If you have any other questions about this wholesale herb or any other, then reach out and ask us. You can find us in the Natures Garden store, on the phone, or online. You can easily find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), or Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon!

Green Tea Benefits: Reminder About All Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells herbs, like our Green Tea Powder and our Green Tea Leaves Cut and Sifted, for external use only. Although other suppliers may sell green tea that is food grade, we do not sell our herbs as food items. So, the information that we provide about our herbs is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated any of this information. Make sure that you keep your herbs out of reach of any children or pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling our various herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with these herbs. All product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Apr
24

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe


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Lavender Mint Bath Bomb RecipeLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe

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

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: The Ingredients

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

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

 

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

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

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

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

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

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

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Molding the Bath Bombs

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

 

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb: Give Us A Shout

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

Feb
14

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring


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How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food ColoringHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring

Are you curious about how to color bath bombs without food coloring? While food coloring may seem like a simple way to color your bath bombs, there are many other fun and beneficial ways to color your bath and body products. First, you can create a variety of lovely colors for your bath bombs with soap colorants. These soap dyes are perfect for creating some vibrant colors that are perfect for creating all kinds of wonderful designs. Also, you can use different powdered herbs to provide your products with colors naturally. While not all herbs can be used to color your bath products, powdered herbs that have vivid colors are perfect for coloring your homemade bath fizzies. Plus, these herbs can provide you bath bombs with some benefits for your skin. So, there are quite a few different options for creating different colors for your bath and body products.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Natural Colorants

A great way to color your bath and body products is by adding some powdered herbs to your bath and body recipes. There are many different types of herbs that can be used to create some lovely shades in your products. Further, these herbs often provide your products with some extra beneficial properties for your skin. Some of these herbs are cleansing, full of nutrients, or soothing for your skin and body. This will provide you with both the benefits of a natural colorant and an effective skin care additive. Plus, coloring your products with herbs allows you to keep your products all natural. So, here are some herbs that we have used as colorants in our bath bomb recipes.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Activated Charcoal PowderHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Activated Charcoal Powder

Firstly, you can add color to your bath and body products using activated charcoal powder. This herb is not only great for your skin, but activated charcoal has a rich, dark color that will certainly show in your products. So, this herb is perfect for providing a black color in your bath bombs. In fact, we used this herb to create the Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb. This bath product was made with black salt and natural black colorant to create a recipe that resembles an actual lump of coal! Plus, this festive recipe uses our Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil to add to the aesthetic of the bath bomb. So, you sure to have a perfect recipe for the holidays.

How to Color Bath Bombs With Food Coloring: Beet Root PowderHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Beet Root Powder

One way that you can naturally color your bath bombs is the lovely beet root powder. Simply add some of this powdered herb to your bath bomb recipe and you will have a wonderful color for your bath and body products. One color option for coloring is that you can provide your products with a pretty pink color. Alternatively, you can achieve more of a deep red pink color by adding even more of the powdered herb. Just keep adding the beet root herb until you have the perfect shade. Since we wanted a light shade of pink in the Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe, we only added a bit of Beet Root Powder to our recipe. But, you can always alter the colors for your own recipes.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Peppermint Leaf PowderHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Peppermint Leaf Powder

Also, you can use herbs to naturally color your products with shades of green. Peppermint leaf powder is a perfect way to create lovely and natural earthy green hues. Not only does this herb provide a nice color for your products, but the peppermint herb has been known to be wonderful for clearing sinuses and providing a cooling effect for the skin. So, the Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe is a perfect recipe for creating a naturally beautiful and effective bath product. This herb is used to provide half of our bath bomb with a green color and the other half has been left white with speckles of Peppermint Leaf Cut and Sifted. So, you are left with a very pretty bath bomb that is perfect for sinus relief.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Cocoa Powder OrganicHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Cocoa Powder Organic

Another fun way to naturally color your bath and body products is Natures Garden’s organic cocoa powder. This powered cocoa is perfect for providing your products with a chocolate brown color that looks absolutely delicious. So, we obviously had to use this natural colorant to color the chocolate chip portion of the Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe. This provides you with adorable ice cream scoops scented with Peppermint Patty Fragrance Oil. So, these ice cream scoops will smell and look absolutely scrumptious.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Cosmetic Colorants

While there are many colors that can be created with powdered herbs, there are some hues that can only be obtained with a good colorant. The Natures Garden FUN Soap Colorants are perfect for providing your recipes with bright, inviting colors that make your products look gorgeous. These colors provide you with the creative ability to make all kinds of bath bombs. So, you can use these vibrant colorants to create some amazing bath bomb recipes.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Deep Purple Fun Soap ColorantHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Deep Purple Fun Soap Colorant

First, you can use some soap colorants to create some amazing shades of purple. The Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant is an amazing, deep color that is perfect for making homemade bath and body products. One fun way to use this colorant is to create the  Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe. These adorable little bath bomb scoops look just like ice cream. Plus, the mica adds to the colorant to create a beautiful color. Further, the appearance of this bath product pairs wonderfully with the Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil. So, you are sure to love this adorable bath and body product.

How to Color Bath Bombs With Food Coloring: Ultramarine Blue Fun Soap Colorant How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant

You can create some amazing colors for your bath and body products with Natures Garden soap colorants. One great colorant option is the Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant. This bath and body ingredient is perfect for creating gorgeous shades of blue. Anything from light baby blue to a deep royal blue can be created with this cosmetic colorant. Just change the amount of colorant you include to create a wide array of beautiful shades. We used this lovely blue colorant to create the Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe. This bath recipe is colored half white and half blue to create a fun bath bomb. Plus, it is scented with our Blueberry Fragrance Oil. So, this bath bomb certainly has the perfect color for the freshly ripened aroma.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Yellow Oxide FUN Soap ColorantHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

Plus, you can create some gorgeous bath bomb recipes with the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. We created the lovely Golden Clover Bath Bomb Recipe with this colorant and it turned out absolutely beautiful. We used this lovely colorant to perfectly create a delightful gold color by combining the Yellow Oxide colorant with 24K gold mica. This provided our lucky clover bath bombs with the perfect gold color with a lovely shine. So, you will be able to create a gorgeous, shimmering bath bomb with this soap colorant that is sure to wow. 

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Pink FUN Soap ColorantHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant

Also, you can create some beautiful shades of color for your bath and body products with this cosmetic colorant. So, adding the Neon Pink FUN Soap Colorant to your bath bomb recipes can provide you with some amazingly vibrant shades of pink for your products. We used this colorant to perfectly color our Muddy Pig Bath Bomb Recipe. The majority of our bath bomb is the gorgeous shade of pink that is as pink as a little piglet. Then, there is a bit of brown added to the bath fizzy as well to create the look of a cute little muggy piggy. Finally, we add a little toy pig for a bath bomb the kids will love. This is the perfect bath and body product that is cute and great for your skin!

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

Another fun colorant that you can use in your homemade bath bombs is the Ultramarine Violet Soap Colorant. This cosmetic colorant is perfect for creating lovely shades of purple for your bath bomb creations. We at Natures Garden used this colorant to create the Sugar Plum Bath Bomb Recipe. This pretty bath bomb is a gorgeous light purple hue with mica dust sprinkled on top. So, the product goes perfectly with the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Fragrance Oil that is in this recipes, as well. You will love the combination of this lovely colorant with the sweet scent of this fragrance oil!

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Green FUN Soap ColorantHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant

Plus, there are even more colors that you can use in your bath bomb recipes. You can create some gorgeous shades of green with the Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant. We used this color along with some of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant to create the Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe. So, we were able to create the perfect green apple shade of green for our bath bomb! Further, this color perfectly pairs with the Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil. This is sure to provide you with a gorgeous bath bomb that smells delicious.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Blue FUN Soap ColorantHow to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant

Another great colorant that you can use in your bath and body products is the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant. This soap colorant is a brighter shade of blue that is perfect for creating some vivid shades of blue. We tried out this bath and body colorant in our Fish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe and it is absolutely perfect for this product. This recipe uses tiny fish sprinkles and a bright, ocean blue to create an amazing bath bomb recipe. Plus, the Mermaid Kisses Fragrance Oil matches this bath bomb perfectly. Try out our recipe or create your own beautiful blue colored bath bombs.

How to Color Bath Bombs Without Food Coloring: Using Your Food Dye

Since you have new coloring alternatives to food dye, you may want to figure out how else you can use your food dye. So, leave the soap colorant and naturally coloring herbs for making the bath recipes and let’s have some fun with the leftover food coloring. You can find a few fun ways that you can use food dyes in the article “12 Fun Things to Do With Food Dye”  by Escape Adulthood. This list of ideas contains a variety of fun ways that you can try using your food dyes. This includes recipes like mashed potatoes, coloring flowers, and many other fun ideas. So, check out this list to find some fun and colorful ideas!

We hope that you enjoyed some of the different ways there are to color your bath bomb recipes. If you are interested in finding more colors to work with, then you can find more soap colorants on our website under the FUN Soap Colorants page. Also, you can find more powdered herbs that can be used to naturally color your bath and body products. If you are curious about using any of these colorants or powdered herbs, then feel free to reach out to us either on the phone or on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we can be found on Instagram and Twitter, @ngscents. We hope to hear from you soon and that you enjoy creating your beautifully colored bath bombs!

Feb
13

Bath Bombs For Kids


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Bath Bombs For KidsBath Bombs For Kids

As a parent, I know how difficult it can be to get some kids to take a bath. It can literally become a chore for them and for you. Even if they have the tub filled to the top with toys and bubbles, it can still be just a boring chore for them. And while there isn’t anything wrong with bubbles in the bathtub they can also be boring. How about livening up bath time with a fun bath bomb just for kids? Nature’s Garden has created some Bath Bombs for Kids that will surely make bath time a lot less boring and a lot more fun!

The ingredients used in most of the bath bombs are baking soda: a natural deodorizer that helps keep your skin soft and smooth. Citric acid: this ingredient puts the fizz in any bath bomb recipe and also helps the bath bomb produce foam. Each bath bomb has a different oil used that will help keep little one’s skin soft and hydrated after the fun is over.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Camouflage Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Camouflage Bath Bomb

Bath bombs don’t have to be all girly! This Camouflage Bath Bomb will be a big hit with little boys right off the bat! The cool camo colors of green, tan, brown and black will catch any little boy’s eye right off.  We’ve chosen Deadly Weapon fragrance oil to turn this kid bomb into a big kid bomb! It has a rugged, masculine scent of spice and leather. Tucked inside the bath bomb, though, is a neat little army guy that will appear when the bath bomb has completely dissolved! How neat would these be to create these as a party favor or to just make for any little man in your life?

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Muddy Pig Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Muddy Pig Bath Bomb

Muddy Pig Bath Bomb is a totally cute way for kids to jump in the tub to get themselves clean! It’s a bright pink ball with brown, muddy spots all over it, but what’s inside is what gives this bath bomb its name! A tiny, pink toy pig is hiding in the middle, waiting for bath time to be over! We’ve used baking soda, citric acid and apricot kernel oil to keep your little one’s skin soft and smooth. Butterfly Flower fragrance oil is what we chose for this bomb. A light, green floral bouquet with a touch of tang! It’s the perfect scent for any little kid wanting to get clean.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Cow Pie Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Cow Pie Bath Bomb

Cow Pies don’t sound like a good way to get clean! Well, of course, it’s not THAT kind of Cow Pie, but a Cow Pie Bath Bomb! Using the base mix of baking soda, citric acid and apricot kernel oil, your little cowboy or cowgirl will have soft, squeaky clean skin when it’s all said and done. And to keep them in the bath without getting bored a surprise awaits them when the bath bomb has fizzled itself out! A tiny little cow that can hang out in the bathtub with them while they bathe! We chose the fragrance oil Hayride to compliment this farm-inspired bath bomb. A sweet balsam and cedar wood scent to remind you of time spent outdoors!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Superman Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Superman Bath Fizzies

Not all bath bombs have to be round in shape. You can mold them into anything or any shape you want! For our Superman Bath Fizzies, we used a mini ice cream scoop and don’t they look just like scoops of Superman Ice Cream? Make sure your kiddos aren’t tempted to take a nibble! With their bright colors of blue, red and yellow they are definitely eye catching! And as they fizzle away in the bathtub, you can smell our Strawberry Soda Pop fragrance oil, that reminds you of fizzy bubbles, strawberries and sugar! This bath fizzie will make bath time a sweet experience!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Dinosaur Egg Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb

I don’t know too many little boys who are not fascinated at some point with dinosaurs. They’re amazing creatures of the past that make some of us happy that they no longer exist. So if you have a little boy or even a little girl that loves dinosaurs, this Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb would be a perfect bath time treat for them. On the outside, it looks like a dinosaur egg, and each layer reveals a new color as it melts away in the bath water until out pops a baby dinosaur that was waiting to hatch! The fun part is not knowing what kind of dinosaur is hiding inside. Kids can have fun guessing which type of dinosaur will appear before the bath ends! To help give this bath bomb a tropical feel, we chose Bermuda Triangle fragrance oil. An excellent fruity blend of melons and citrus fruit with the sweet tang of McIntosh apples!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Fish Toy Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Fish Toy Bath Bomb

Here’s another fun, hidden toy bath bomb that reminds you of the sea! With it’s bright, neon blue color and candy fish sprinkles on top, this Fish Toy Bath Bomb is a perfect addition to any kid’s bath time! Scented with Mermaid Kisses fragrance oil, your bathroom will smell like a soft, floral underwater playground. When the bath bomb has fizzled out, what kind of surprise is going to pop out? What kind of fish? You’ll have to wait until bath time over to see!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Tree Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Christmas Tree Bath Bomb

I bet you didn’t think taking a bath at Christmas time could be festive. Well, it can! Not only are these cute Christmas Tree bath bombs fun to have for the kids to use but they would make adorable little stocking stuffers or even a cute addition to a soap and lotion gift basket creation. You can even decorate these bath bombs with some round candy sprinkles for ornaments. We’ve chosen our Kringleberry fragrance oil that has a Christmas-y aroma of spiced oranges, apples and evergreen.

 

Bath bombs for Kids Cotton Candy Bath BombBath bombs for Kids Cotton Candy Bath Bomb

These fun bath bombs don’t have to be just for the kids. They don’t need to know that mom used one when she was soaking off some stress in a nice hot bath! These Cotton Candy bath bombs are perfect for kids or adults! So simple to make and the Cotton Candy fragrance oil that smells of strawberry and vanilla will fill your bathroom and leave it smelling like a carnival!

 

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Peeps Bunny Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Peeps Bunny Bath Bomb

Now, these peeps are for bathing and not eating! They truly look like the marshmallow treat so warn your kiddos to not take a nibble. To give these Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs an even more realistic appearance, we’ve covered them in sugar to give them the feel of the popular Easter snack! The sugar also makes a nice, natural exfoliate to help keep the skin soft and smooth. We have chosen our Honey Almond fragrance oil that is a delicate, sweet scent of almonds, vanilla and honey.                                                                                              This is a very nice scent for kids.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Snakes in the Grass Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Snakes in the Grass Bath Fizzies

This looks almost too cute to use, but if your kid is frustrating about taking baths, bribe them with this fun bath fizzy! Snakes in the Grass Bath Fizzies do not look like your typical bath bomb, but that’s okay! You get the same reaction in your bath water just like you would with a regular bath bomb. We got creative using Hawaiian Black Salt for the dirt and little white candy ball sprinkles added in to make it look more like potting soil! Hawaiian Black Salt also makes a wonderful exfoliator that is both gentle and beneficial to the skin! Even kids’ tender skin! The fragrance oil we chose was Mr. Pepper MD which smells incredibly similar to the always popular soda pop, Dr. Pepper. When it’s bath time, scoop a spoonful of bath fizzy into the water and let the kids soak away! Toss in one of the little, plastic snakes for the kids to play with and when bath time’s over, dry off Mr. Snake and poke him back into the jar!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Sugar Plum Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Sugar Plum Bath Bomb

Here we have one of our newest recipes, our Sugar Plum Bath Bomb! A perfect way to get any little girl to have some tub time! It’s perfectly purple with a little sparkle added to it from diamond dust mica and of course the fragrance oil that inspired it, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. A sweet and spicy blend of plums, cherries, cinnamon and clove! This recipe, however, differs slightly than the others. In addition to baking soda, citric acid and a cosmetic oil, we have incorporated Sodium Cocyl Isethionate or SCI. This ingredient is popular in bubble bars, bath bombs and in shampoos. It is a gentle foaming agent. So, not only will this bath bomb leave your skin soft and silky, it will perform a fizzing and foaming dance in your bath tub!

 

Bath Bomb for Kids Galaxy Bubble BarsBath Bomb for Kids Galaxy Bubble Bars

This is a fun recipe for young ones and tweens! With the addition of bright neon FUN Soap Colorants and the sparkle of diamond dust, your kids bath time will leave their skin soft with a touch of sparkle!  While it is actually a bubble bar, we thought it was worth mentioning. We’ve used Sodium Cocyl Isethionate, or SCI, in this recipe that let’s your Galaxy Bubble Bar give off some foam for that “bubble” action. We chose Grape Happy Camper Fragrance oil for this recipe that is a sweet, juicy grape scent that will remind you a popular hard candy that you enjoyed as a child!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Monster Bath CookiesBath Bombs for Kids Monster Bath Cookies

These Monster Bath Cookies may look like a Halloween sweet treat but try not to let the kids take a nibble! We’ve used cocoa butter in this recipe that will leave the skin soft and nourished. We’ve also used Epsom salts that is very beneficial to the skin, young or old. With some fun edible eyeballs peeking out of the green cookie, your kids will have a blast watching this cookie fizzle and bubble away at bath time! We also used our Magic Potion fragrance oil that gives this bath cookie an extra Halloween boost! It is a fruity blend of peaches, grapes and plums with a touch of rose!

 

 Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Bath Cookies Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Bath Cookies

How about setting out a plate of these Christmas Bath Cookies out, but not for Santa! Display these bath treats in your bathroom to use during the holiday season! They look so much like Christmas cookies that you may have to put a warning label on them to not consume! These bath cookies have a couple of extra touches added to give you more than a bath bomb! The cookie part is the bath bomb part and the frosting on the cookie is a mixture of whipped soap base and coco butter melt and pour soap! Kind of like you can have your cake and eat it to! You can have a bath bomb and get clean, soft skin also! Of course, this bath treat smells amazing since we used our Christmas Cookies fragrance oil! A true bakery scent of vanilla and buttery cookie!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Easter Egg Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Easter Egg Bath Fizzies

Now wouldn’t these Easter Egg Bath Fizzies would make a cute addition to a basket full of the Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs? These eggs are made with your basic bath bomb ingredients of baking soda and citric acid, and are super easy to make! To create the egg shape you will use fillable plastic Easter eggs as your mold and some pretty FUN Soap Colorants. Before you know it you will have 10 fizzy eggs made in no time at all! We chose our Jelly Bean fragrance oil that has an amazing cherry scent with a touch of vanilla and musk! These eggs, along with the Bunny Peeps would also make a cute little gift bag to add to a child’s Easter basket!

So there you go! If your tired of bath time being a chore for your little one, or are just looking to expand your children’s line of products,  these bath bombs for kids are a fun way to go! We hope we have helped inspired you with some of these fun recipes that are truly simple to make. Have fun creating!

Jan
29

9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil


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9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil

In today’s world of health, we always hear about the some of the more popular oils and their benefits for your skin and hair. By “Popular Oils” I am talking about Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, and Coconut Oil just to name a few. However, there is an oil out there that is not heard about too often, has been cultivated since the 1970s, and yet it has some of the same benefits as those popular oils. I’m talking about Meadowfoam Seed Oil. From the seed of a pretty, little white flower comes the advantages of vitamin E and C, antioxidants and even some UV light protection. This oil is amazing at being excellent for skin care products and hair products. Meadowfoam Seed Oil is also good for sensitive skin as it doesn’t clog the pores and is known for being an anti-inflammatory, which in turn makes it good for those who suffer from acne. It absorbs easily and quickly and leaves your skin feeling soft and not greasy. So below are 9 ways to use meadowfoam seed oil. We hope these recipes will be a welcome addition to all your bath and body needs.

 

Hair conditioner for Dark Hair9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dark Hair

As we get older, natural hair color will start to fade. It may get lighter, it may lose its shine and natural luster to it. We, at Nature’s Garden, have a solution to that. Our Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dark Hair is perfect for those that like a homemade product that actually does what it’s supposed to do. With an herbal infusion of Black Walnut Hulls powder, it will help enhance your natural dark colored hair. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil will give your hair a boost of vitamin E and C along with its natural added protection from UV light rays. The Black Cherry Fragrance Oil will give your hair soft, shiny hair an added sweetness that you can smell.

 

Bubbling Bath Bomb9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Bubbling Bath Bomb Recipe

With the popularity of bath bombs these days, it is always good to have a great recipe on hand. This Bubbling Bath Bomb recipe surely fits that bill. This recipe is quick and simple to make and with it’s vibrant orange and yellow colors it will be a fun addition to your bathroom!  The Papaya Leaf powder that is added into the recipe is rich in beta-carotene and Vitamin C, which we all know is very important for healthy skin, therefore it is an awesome addition to help treat acne and nourish the skin. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil added will just boost those vitamins with its own powerhouse of nutrients and will lock that moisture into your skin leaving it soft, hydrated and nourished. The Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil used will have your bathroom smelling like the tropics and who wouldn’t want to take a trip to the tropics? Especially if you don’t even have to leave your house!

 

Energize Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Energize Cold Process Soap Recipe

Want a good cold process soap recipe?  Well, this one will help wake up your senses in the morning!  Plus, it will help give your skin the protection and nutrition it needs. We all want or need an extra push in the early morning and this Energize Cold Process soap recipe is a good way to go about doing it. It uses our Grapefruit Lemongrass Fragrance Oil that has an invigorating, bright crisp smell that surely will help open your eyes for the day ahead! With the beneficial ingredients coconut oil, shea butter and meadowfoam seed oil added to it, your skin will be protected with vitamins and minerals from the cruel harshness of the environment around us. Or the cruel harshness of just waking up in the morning!

 

Pumpkin Sugar Scrub9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

You wouldn’t think that something with sugar in it would be good for you, right? Sugar scrubs are exactly the opposite since you are not actually eating the sugar. Although when you get whiff of this Pumpkin Sugar Scrub you might feel the need to take a spoonful. Sugar makes a wonderful exfoliate to scrub away those dead skin cells and it is always easy to find.  This sugar scrub has the smell of pumpkin, vanilla and almond from the Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil. In addition, it has actual Pumpkin Pie Spice blend added to it to help pump it into pumpkin overload! This sugar scrub is just bursting with skin beneficial butters and oils. Plus, our friend the Meadowfoam Seed Oil will help scrub out all the bad stuff your skin gets exposed too. Your skin will glow with health from the help of some sugar which in the end isn’t so bad for you after all.

 

Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe

Peace, love and all things natural!  While cannabis is not legal in too many states yet, you can surely get your groove on with this trippy, Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe. Using the Cannabis Fragrance Oil (that isn’t the real deal but it sure smells like it) we are certain that your skin will get a high without any side affects from the real thing! Using some very natural ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil, and meadowfoam seed oil, your skin will get vitamins, antioxidants and hydration for a healthy look. Just add in some super-hip and super- cool neon Fun Soap Colorants and you will have yourself something to mellow yourself out with…legally! Can I add that using this soap WILL NOT give you the munchies?

 

Wine Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Wine Cold Process Soap

Is wine really good for you? There have been studies done that say red wine is good for heart health. These studies show that it is a good source of antioxidants. Many people would agree that a glass of wine is a great way to end the day. No matter what the studies show, you can use wine in cooking and even soap making. It always adds a certain something to whatever you are creating. For our Wine Cold Process Soapthe wine you choose adds benefits to the bar of soap. We used our Merlot Fragrance Oil to create the wine scent. Also, meadowfoam seed oil will help with Vitamin E, some extra antioxidants and the moisture factor that will help keep your skin soft and hydrated. This soap would make an awesome addition to the Wine Lotion and the Wine Sugar Scrub recipes we have on our website. How cool of a gift basket would that make for your friends who are wine-connoisseurs?

 

shea lotion with herbal infusion9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

This lotion is such an amazing, power-packed luxurious lotion. Looking at it would seem that it’s something you would buy at a high-end department store. In all honesty, it is super-simple to make and it’s packed with vitamins and a ton of skin benefits!  With a sweet, lightly floral and fruity scent used from the Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil, this Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion incorporates Hibiscus Flower powder and Rosehips Powder. Not only do they add the nice pink color naturally to the lotion, but both are high in antioxidants and both are amazing for dry, aging skin. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil added in, will be an added plus for mature skin or even just dry skin.

Honey Vanilla Lip BalmWays to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe

Here’s a sweet, little lip balm recipe that uses the goodness from Mother Nature. Our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm uses beeswax, Cocoa Butter, and Meadowfoam Seed Oil, which by the way, adds an amazing “extra barrier” from that tough winter air! Dry, chapped lips will be protected, soft and hydrated from the cold. Just add in a little Vanilla Bean flavoring oil for some added sweetness. You will have yourself a buzz-worthy lip balm provided by nature!

9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Foaming Body Scrub for Men

Looking for a new addition to your men’s line of bath and body products? Or are you looking for a homemade gift for the guys in your life? Well, look no further! Try this eye-catching Foaming Body Scrub for Men! It has some wonderful exfoliation from the activated charcoal. In addition, we have added to it and with the nourishing oils like coconut oil and macadamia nut oil. Of course, we added meadowfoam seed oil, it will leave their skin hydrated, fresh and clean!  We’ve also chosen our Black Tuxedo Fragrance Oil to add to this scrub recipe.  This fresh scent has a crisp, clean scent of lemon, bergamot and cedar. This scrub is a definite must-have for your recipe collection!

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25 Ways to use Grapeseed Oil


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25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil25 Ways to Use Grapeseed Oil

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

 

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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