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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
14

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe


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Hibiscus Bath Bomb RecipeHibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe

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

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

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

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

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

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

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

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing and Sanitizing

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hibiscus Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bombs

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Aug
13

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe


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Dandelion Bath Bomb RecipeDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe

Another fantastic and herbal cosmetic recipe we decided to create with the wholesale bath bomb molds is our lovely Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe. This fantastic bath and body recipe from Natures Garden uses the herbal benefits of dandelion root powder and dandelion whole leaves, These benefits are perfect for nourishing skin care. Further, this wholesale bath bomb recipe includes the delicate scent of our lovely Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil. So, this bath and body recipe is perfect for skin care while providing a beautiful scent. Further, this lovely bath fizzy recipe includes pretty, sparkling mica powders to add to the fantastic recipe. So, this wonderful product is not only pretty, it is fabulous for your body. You will be sure to love everything about this gorgeous bath bomb recipe!

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate
Meadowfoam Seed Oil
Bentonite Clay Powder
Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil
Dandelion Root Powder
Dandelion Leaf Cut and Sifted 
Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
24 K Gold Mica Pigment
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment 
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves 
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
18 grams of the Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil
6 grams of the Dandelion Leaf Cut and Sifted
10  grams of the Dandelion Root Powder
2 grams of the 24 K Gold Mica Pigment
9 grams of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Tiare Flowers Fragrance OilDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil

You will love the beautiful scent of the Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil in your skin loving bath and body recipe. This flower of this fragrance oil is also referred to as Tahitian Gardenia. Further, this is the gorgeous flower that is used to create lovely lei necklaces. Just like these floral necklaces, the scent of this fragrance is both delicate and memorable. But, this aroma takes this scent a step further by blending the aroma of Tahitian gardenia with notes of bergamot, lavender flowers, and white musk. Together these notes create a truly unforgettable fragrance that is perfect for the bath!

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Work Space and Equipment

Before you begin creating this herbal bath bomb recipe you may want to prepare your workspace and clean your supplies. First, you will want to clean and sanitize your workspace. Whether you are going to working on a table or countertop, you need to make sure that you have enough room to craft. So, you will need to make sure that you gather all the equipment and ingredients listed for this recipe. Then, you need to collect and clean all of your equipment for this cosmetic recipe.

Next, you will want to make sure that you have already added the witch hazel to your spray bottle. Additionally, we would suggest that you would be wearing protective clothing, rubber gloves, and a hair net for this recipe. Now, you are ready to begin creating this lovely bath bomb recipe!

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing Your Dry IngredientsDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to need to combine many of your dry ingredients in on of your medium mixing bowls. So, you will need to add 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 600 grams of the Baking Soda, and 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder to this mixing bowl. You will want to mix these powders together and make sure to break up any clumps in the mixture. Although you need to mix well, there will be other ingredients that you will need to mix in, too. So, you can just focus on breaking up all the clumps for now. Also, this process is easier while using a gloved hand.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Dandelion Herbs

Second, we are going to add the cosmetic herbs into our dry mixture. So, take the same medium mixing bowl with your dry ingredients to add these cosmetic herbs

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Dandelion Leaf Cut and SiftedDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Dandelion Leaf Cut and Sifted

First, you will need to add the whole dandelion herb into your cosmetic recipe. So, add in 6 grams of the Dandelion Leaf Cut and Sifted. Once this herb has been added to your recipe you can mix it thoroughly into your cosmetic bath bomb recipe. Now that this herb is in your recipe, you are ready to add the next cosmetic ingredient.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Dandelion Root PowderDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Dandelion Root Powder

Second, you will need to add the wholesale herb powder to your cosmetic recipe. You will need to add in 10 grams of the Dandelion Root Powder. Again, use a gloved hand to start to make sure that both wholesale cosmetic herbs are mixed well with the other dry ingredients. Once these herbs are mixed in fairly well, you can move on to adding the next ingredient.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding in the Mica PowdersDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding in the Mica Powders

Next, we are going to add in a bit of shimmer and shine to your bath and body recipe. You will need the dry ingredients that you just mixed for this step. Now, you are going to need to add 2 grams of the 24 K Gold Mica Pigment and 2 grams of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment to your medium mixing bowl. Now, incorporate this last dry ingredient into the mixture. You will need to mix well to ensure that all the ingredients added up to this point are fully incorporated. Once you are confident in your mixture, you can move on to the next step.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the ColorantDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Colorant

Now, you are ready to add the yellow soap colorant to your cosmetic recipe. So, take your mixture of dry ingredients and add 9 grams of the Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant. After, you will need to mix this color in well. You will want to use a gloved hand to fully incorporate the yellow soap colorant into the dry ingredients. Once there are no speckles of color and it has been evenly incorporated, you can set this bowl aside for now.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

You can either measure your wet ingredients directly into your bowl of dry ingredients or weigh them in a separate mixing bowl. If you add them directly to the dry ingredients, then you may want to work a bit faster. But, it should be okay to choose either method. Either way, you will need to weight out 18 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil and 18 grams of the Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil into one of these two bowls.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Ingredients

After, you will need to fully incorporate the fragrance oil and cosmetic oil into your mixture of dry ingredients. If you already have your ingredients in the same bowl, then simply use a gloved hand to fully incorporate all of these ingredients. Of course, anyone that has weighed out their wet ingredients in a separate bowl will need to combine the ingredients before mixing. Just make sure that your finished mixture looks like it has all the ingredients evenly distributed, as this will be the last time that you need to mix.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mix with Witch HazelDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mix with Witch Hazel

Now, we are going to begin filling the bath bomb molds. So, grab the bowl of your mixture and spray it all with witch hazel. You will want to use enough to reach a crumbly dough consistency. You will want to mix with your hands as you spray the bath bomb dough. However, you need to make sure that you don’t use too much witch hazel. If you use so much that your dough begins to fizz, then you have activated the ingredients and this portion of the dough may not work right. So, be slowly and pay attention. Once you reach the right consistency, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath BombsDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bombs

Finally, you are ready to work on the last few steps. Once your mixed dough is ready to use, you can begin filling up your bath bomb molds. After you have two bath bomb mold halves filled, you can fit them together. First, spray each side of the bath bomb lightly with the witch hazel. Then, you can push the two halves together until the mold snaps shut. Once your first bath bomb is done, you will need to repeat these steps with the rest of your bath bomb dough. This should leave you with about six total bath bombs. Now, you just have to wait for the bath bomb to set up and they will be ready to use! You will know that you bath bomb has set up as it will harden, but the time that it takes can vary depending on humidity levels and climate. Once the bath bombs are set up you can pop them out of the mold and they will be ready to use. So, get ready for some fizzy fun and herbal skin care!

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Benefits of the Dandelion HerbDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Benefits of the Dandelion Herb

You may have only thought of Dandelion as a pesky weed that occasionally crops up in the garden or lawn, but this herb has some wonderful benefits for your body. You can use this cosmetic herb to help with all kinds of skin issues. First, you can use this wholesale herb to reduce breakouts and acne as the herb can be useful for removing toxins from the skin. Also, this herb can help with reducing age spots, wrinkles, and fine lines. Plus, you can use this cosmetic herb to help tone unbalanced or sagging skin. Further, this cosmetic herb can be useful for reducing inflammation as well as treating warts, athlete’s foot, eczema, bug bites, or burns. If you want to learn even more about the benefits of this cosmetic herb, then check out our Dandelion Class.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Recipes for the Dandelion Herb

Although all of our wholesale herbs are for cosmetic use only, there many benefits that you can gain from eating food grade dandelion greens. This herb has been known to help with heartburn, upset stomach, and promotes healthy bowel movements. Plus, this herb can help with a loss of appetite. Also, the herb can be used to help with inflammation. Plus, this herb has been used to help prevent certain issues, like macular degeneration, stroke, cataracts, and multiple sclerosis. Further, this herbal medicine can be used to help with urinary tract infections, stress, menstrual pain, hormone imbalances, congestive heart failure, liver or gallbladder disorders, and tonsil inflammation. If you want to learn more about how to eat and prepare this herb, then you might want to check out Can You Eat Dandelion Greens Raw? from SF Gate. Also, you can check out 16 Dandelion Recipes by the Prairie Homestead.

Dandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsDandelion Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed creating this lovely, herbal bath bomb recipe! If you enjoy bath bomb recipes, then make sure to check back in tomorrow for another original cosmetic recipe. Further, you can reach out to us with any questions that you may have about our bath bombs or anything else. You can find us in the store, on the phone, and on social media. If you want to reach out to us on social media, then there are a few ways to find us. First, we have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Not only can you use these platforms to ask questions, but you can share your creations with us and other crafters! So, good luck with your own recipes and keep a lookout for even more fun cosmetic recipes!

Aug
10

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe


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Mojito Bath Bomb RecipeMojito Bath Bomb Recipe

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

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

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

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

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

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Prepare

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

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

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

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

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

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

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

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Mixture

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe: Mojito Recipe

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

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

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

Aug
09

Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden


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Herbal Bath Bombs from the Garden

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Aug
06

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes


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Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic RecipesCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes

If you enjoy baking scrumptious desserts or you like to create bath bombs or bubble bars using Natures Garden recipes, then you have probably heard of cream of tartar. However, you may not know what it is made from or what it even does for your products. While it is not glamorous or often known, there are many reasons to use cream of tartar. This ingredient is an integral part of some cosmetic recipes as well as many dessert recipes. If you are curious about the ins and outs of this cosmetic additive, then this is the perfect blog for you!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Cream of Tartar History

We can date the creation of cream of tartar back for 7000 years, where the powder was discovered in some ancient village ruins in Iran. Although we don’t know whether cream of tartar was used at this point, it was found in the bottom of a wine making jar. However, it could just been the by product that was ignored after wine making. Around 1769, a chemist in Sweden, who was named CW Scheele, purified cream of tartar and developed the modern practice that is used to purify it to this day. In 1832, Jean Baptiste Biot experimented with this cream of tartar and learned about many of its properties. Throughout the following years this multipurpose ingredient has been used in things like French cuisine, homemade bath bombs, and even natural home cleaners.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Advancements in Science

Though studying wine making and the substances that were created during this process, like cream of tartar, Louis Pasteur was able to make some ground break discoveries in organic chemistry. After, preparing the same salt naturally through wine making and synthetically in the lab he realized that the two were not exactly the same. In fact, they were mirror images! After some continued work in the lab he found that he was able to synthetically create both types, while the natural process only resulted in the one type. Now, this is referred to as the Chirality of a molecule, or its “handedness” as it can be left or right. Furthermore, this led to the idea that molecules were not flat, but three dimensional.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is Cream of Tartar?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is the Source of Cream of Tartar?

Cream of tartar, or Potassium Hydrogen Tartrate, is a white powdery substance that is slightly acidic in nature. This powder is created from a byproduct when grapes are fermented. So, cream of tartar begins its formation inside the barrels when wine is made. Initially, the substance created is called argol, or beeswing, and it has a red-brown color.  Also, this substance is useful during fermentation, as it helps maintain pH and preserve the grapes during the fermentation process. After, the wine is finished and removed from the container. Then, the argol residue left behind can be purified and turned into white, odorless cream of tartar powder. 

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What is Cream of Tartar Used For?

There are so many cream of tartar uses that you can take advantage of in your recipes. First, you can use cream of tartar in your desserts and other scrumptious recipes. Also, you can include our cosmetic ingredient in some bath and body recipes as well as fun recipes like homemade play dough. Further, you can use it to clean around the house without using harsh commercial cleaners.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Cosmetics

First, cream of tartar can be used to create some fun bath and body recipes! While this ingredient may not seem like much, it is key to many cosmetic recipes. Often, this ingredient is used to enhance or activate the properties of other ingredients. For example, many recipe formulations for bubble bars include cream of tartar. Cream of tartar is used to increase the integrity of the bars. In another instance, this cosmetic ingredient is used to active the baking soda to make bath bombs fizzy and fun. So, this is not an ingredient that you would want to leave out of your cosmetics recipes!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Natures Garden Recipes

Since cream of tartar can be useful for creating quality cosmetic recipes, there are a few Natures Garden recipes that include cream of tartar. These quality recipes each use this cosmetic additive to enhance the quality of the product or replace another ingredient that you may to switch out. If you want to see more of the cosmetic recipes that we have created with cream of tartar, then check out the recipe tab on the cream of tartar page.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Why is Cream of Tartar Used in Bath Bombs?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Why is Cream of Tartar Used in Bath Bombs?

If you are looking to create a bath bomb without citric acid, then cream of tartar may be a good option for you. In order to fizz, the baking soda needs a weakly acidic ingredient to activate it. So, you can use something like lemon juice, citric acid, cream of tartar, or another slightly acidic ingredient to create you fizzy bath bomb. We swapped out this ingredient in our Bath Bomb Without Citric Acid Recipe and created some nice, solid bath bombs. While this recipe was slightly less fizzy than a typical bath bomb, it still worked well!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What Does Cream of Tartar Do in Bubble Bars?Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: What Does Cream of Tartar Do in Bubble Bars?

Also, you can include cream of tartar in your bubble bar recipes. We used this ingredient in our Basil Sage Mint Bubble Bar Recipe as well as many other bubble bar recipes to create fantastic products. When cream of tartar is used as a cosmetic ingredient, it will help to stabilize and hold together all the other important ingredients. So, this important ingredient is perfect for creating fun, quality bubble bar recipes.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: How to Make Playdough with Cream of TartarCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: How to Make Playdough with Cream of Tartar

Another fun thing that you can do with this cosmetic ingredient is create fun homemade play dough! Although you can create play dough with out this ingredient, your dough may lack in quality. There are some ingredients that  you can use to replace cream of tartar. However, simply leaving out this ingredient may not leave you with a  result that you like. This ingredient is used to make the dough smoother and softer as well as improve the elasticity Also, this ingredient can be used to persevere the dough in a container for a week or so. So, we’d recommend trying out a recipe that uses Cream of Tartar, like our Scented Play Dough Recipe.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: All Natural Cleaning

Another benefit of this cream of tartar is that you can use it in some natural cleaning recipes. You can create a paste of just water and cream of tartar. This paste can then be used to clean all sorts of things around the house. First, you can use this paste to make aluminum or copper cookware look cleaner and almost like new. Plus, you can use this paste to shine up metal appliances or help smooth scratched up dishes. Further, you can use a mixture of cream of tartar and lemon juice to remove stains from clothes. After, soaking you can rinse and wash like normal to help keep your clothes looking good. Also, you can even use cream of tartar with hydrogen peroxide to clean the bathroom. Cream of tartar can help with rust in the bathtub and even brightening up the porcelain all over the room.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: BakingCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Using Cream of Tartar for Baking

One of the most common uses for cream of tartar in baking is to stabilize egg whites. This is useful for creating many kinds of desserts, specifically meringue. Also, cream of tartar will help to increase the volume and prevent collapse. You can see in this basic, Good Meringue recipe from Allrecipes that cream of tartar is an important ingredient. Additionally, Cream of tartar can be used to activate the baking soda in a recipe. In fact, you could create your own baking powder with these two powders. However, cream of tartar isn’t the only ingredient that can be used to activate the baking soda. Since both cream of tartar and lemons are acidic, these are a few options that you can use to pair with the baking soda.

Additionally, cream of tartar can be used to improve the quality of candy and other sugary foods. Since this ingredient is slightly acidic, it is useful for helping prevent the sugar from creating large crystals. So, adding this ingredient allows you to create recipes that require a lot of sugar without getting crunchy or gritty. This is useful for creating candy and other sugary treats. This is because including a bit of cream of tartar can keep your recipe from getting too brittle or crunchy. So, anyone creating a sugary syrup, chocolate, hard candy, or other yummy sweets may want to think about adding a but of cream of tartar.

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Other Uses for Cream of Tartar

Although we have gone through quite a few uses for this cosmetic ingredient, there are a few more ideas for using cream of tartar. You can sprinkle some of this powder to deter ants from your home as well as use this powder to brightening clothes. There are so many neat things you can do with cream of tartar! If you are interested in learning even more about these uses, then check out 8 Surprising Uses for Cream of Tartar by Care2!

 

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Ask Your QuestionsCream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Ask Your Questions

We hope that you enjoyed learning a bit about our cosmetic cream of tartar! If you have anymore questions about this botanical herb or any of our other Herbs and Spices, then you can reach out and ask us. You can talk to us in the store or on the phone. Also, you can find us on one of our social media accounts. We have a Facebook page as well as a Twitter and an Instagram (@ngscents). So, there are plenty of ways that you can get in contact us. Hope you create some wonderful products that you enjoy with this cosmetic ingredient!

Cream of Tartar in Cosmetic Recipes: Note About Our Cream of Tartar

Natures Garden sells cream of tartar for external use only. We do not sell our cream of tartar, or any of our products, as a food item or for consumption. So, the information that we provide about cream of tartar 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 cosmetic ingredients, like cream of tartar, out of reach of any children or pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products made with our cream of tartar. All product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

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.

May
21

Berry Fragrance Oils


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Berry Fragrance OilsBerry Fragrance Oils

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Berry Fragrance Oils: Pick Your Own

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

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

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

Dec
13

Denise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils


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Denise's Favorite Fragrance OilsDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils

Hey there! My name is Denise and I have been with Nature’s Garden for two and a half years now. I started out in the shipping department and have recently moved into customer service. I was recently asked to name my 10 favorite fragrance oils and I honestly had to stop and think because after working here for a while I have accumulated a lot of favorite fragrances, but these 10 are my go-to, all-time favorite fragrance oils starting with my ultimate favorite: Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil.  So, drum roll please…. Denise’s favorite fragrance oils.

Denise's Favorite Fragrance Oils: Beach Daisies Fragrance OilDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil

Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden, will sweep you away to the beach; where you will smell the aromas of fresh spring flowers and green grass while walking on the warm sands.  Natures Garden’s beach daisies fragrance begins with top notes of Asian lemongrass, dune grass, and daisy petals; followed by middle notes of gardenia bloom, ylang ylang, and clove leaf; sitting on base notes of blond woods, amber sands, and sheer musk.

 

Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil in CP soapBeach Daisies Fragrance Oil in CP soap

Next, when Nature’s Garden tested Beach Daisies fragrance oil in CP soap, we found there was some acceleration. However, there was no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration. We also found that it maintained a very strong scent retention after cure. Due to the acceleration of the soap batter, we suggest soaping at lower temperatures.

Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil Candle Color RecommendationBeach Daisies Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation

If you chose to color your Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil candle, we suggest using 3 drops of yellow plus a little orange liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred an ample amount of yellow and orange color block into your melted wax. We highly suggest not using crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and your candle may not burn properly.

Denise's 10 Favorite Fragrance Oils : 4 Leaf Clover Fragrance OilDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils : 4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil

4 Leaf Clover fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a wonderful floral ozony blend of clover, green grass, with hints of fresh cut wisteria. Your line would not be complete without “the luck of the clover”.  NG Original Fragrance!

Did you know?  The four-leaf clover is an uncommon variation of the common three-leaf clover. According to superstition, such leaves bring good luck to their finders, especially if found accidentally. Approximately 1 in every 10,000 clovers has the four-leaflet form. Clovers can have more than four leaflets. The most leaflets ever recorded is eighteen. According to legend, each leaflet represents something: the first is for hope, the second is for faith, the third is for love, and the fourth is for luck. Legend also holds that if a lady hangs a four-leaf clover on her door, the next man to come in will become her husband.

4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil in CP Soap4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

Next, during Natures Garden’s testing of 4-Leaf Clover fragrance oil in CP soap we found that there was moderate ricing and slight acceleration. If you are concerned about the acceleration, however, we suggest soaping at a lower temperature. There was no separation, it was pretty workable and so worth it! We found the scent was awesome with no final discoloration and the after a cure the scent was still nice and strong.

4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation

If you would like to color your 4 Leaf Clover fragrance oil candle we suggest using 3 drops green liquid candle dye. You can also use a small amount of shredded green color block per 4 pounds of wax. We suggest never using crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and cause it to not burn properly.

4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil: 4 Leaf Clover Layered Soap Recipe4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil: 4 Leaf Clover Layered Soap

Next, we will talk about the 4 Leaf Clover Layered Soap Recipe. This layered soap recipe that incorporates goat’s milk melt and pour soap base and the 4 Leaf Clover Fragrance Oil. There are 4 layers of spring like greens that use our vibrant Fun Soap dyes. The colors range from teal to Kelly green, neon green and lime green all in the shape of a fun shamrock clover. These would make a perfect spring gift to use in goody bags for wedding or baby showers or to simply have ready to use during the spring months.

Denise’s Favorite Fragrance Oil: Laundromat Fragrance Oil

With this fragrance oil by Natures Garden, try and imagine the aroma of all of the popular fabric softeners and laundry detergents combined to make one fresh, fabulous accord.  This is it!  Natures Garden’s laundromat fragrance begins with top notes of tangy lemon, mandarin orange, mountain air, and cotton blossoms;  followed by middle notes of sheer violet, sweet cyclamen, dew kissed lilies, and pink jasmine;  sitting on base notes of soothing sandalwood.

 

Laundromat Fragrance Oil in CP SoapLaundromat Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

Next, when we tested Laundromat Fragrance Oil in CP soap we found it had a perfect pour.  There was no ricing and no acceleration. Also, there was no separation and no discoloration. Laundromat Fragrance Oil had an extremely strong scent after the cure. The smell was exactly like fresh laundry!

Laundromat Fragrance Oil Candle and Bath and Body Product Color Recommendation:Laundromat Fragrance Oil Candle and Bath and Body Product Color Recommendation:

If you would like to color your Laundromat Fragrance Oil we suggest 2 drops of blue liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred a small amount of a blue color block into your melted wax. We suggest to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and cause your candle to not burn properly.

 

Tommie Fragrance OilDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Tommie Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh citrus bouquet of mandarin, lemon, and bergamot; enhanced by nutmeg and clove with a heart of rose and ozone on a strong background of musks and woods.

 

Tommie Fragrance Oil in CP SoapTommie Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

Next, when we tested Tommie Fragrance Oil in CP soap we found no acceleration and no ricing. Also, there was no separation and no discoloration. Tommie Fragrance Oil also had good scent retention after the cure.

Denise's Favorite Fragrance Oils: Autumn WreathDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil

A cheerful, fall, and welcoming fragrance oil by Natures Garden Autumn Wreath starts out with top notes of pear, apple, peach and coconut with mid notes of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg; and followed by base notes of vanilla, cedar, musk, woods, pine and autumn leaves.

Did you know?  There are many different types of wreaths out there.  One common misconception is that they all need to be made out of evergreens.  This is not the case.  Autumn wreaths can be made from any type of flowers, leaves, or items found in your very own backyard.  Use your imagination and get creative with it.  Just beware not to use anything like eucalyptus or berries, as they tend to shed and wilt.

Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil in CP soap:Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil in CP soap:

Next, when we tested Autumn Wreath fragrance oil in handmade cold process soap we found that it was pretty perfect!  There was no acceleration, no ricing and no separation. Also, there was no discoloration and the scent stayed strong after its cure.

Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil candle color recommendation:Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation:

If you would like to color your Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil candles, we suggest using 3 drops of orange plus 1 drop of brown and 3 drops of red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred an ample amount of orange, red, brown color blocks into your melted wax.  We suggest to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and your candle will not burn properly.

 

Denise's favorite fragrance oils: Country AppleDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Country Apple Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a very nice complex scent which begins with top notes of pineapple, jasmine, and tiger lily; strong middle notes of juicy McIntosh apples and tart granny smith apples; with a dry down of vanilla beans.

Country Apple Fragrance Oil in CP Soap:Country Apple Fragrance Oil in CP Soap:

When Country Apple fragrance oil was tested in CP soap we found that it had a perfect pour. There was no ricing, no acceleration and no separation. There was no discoloration and the scent held very well after the cure. It had a nice and sweet scent and was just great for CP!

Country Apple Fragrance Candle Color Recommendation:Country Apple Fragrance Candle Color Recommendation:

If you would like to color your Country Apple Fragrance candle we suggest using 6 drops of red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred a small amount of a red color block into your melted wax. We do suggest to never use crayons to color your candles as it will clog your wick causing your candle to not burn as it should.

Denise's Favorite Fragrance Oils: Pleasingly PumpkinDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil

Pleasingly Pumpkin fragrance oil by Natures Garden is our rendition of the famous sweet pumpkin fragrance.  There is a sweet, creamy combination of pumpkin puree with warm notes of butter and sweet vanilla cream. This is an NG Original Scent! 

Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil in CP Soap:Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil in CP Soap:

When we tested Pleasingly Pumpkin fragrance oil in CP soap, we found that there was no acceleration, no ricing and no separation, however, due to the vanillin content in Pleasingly Pumpkin fragrance oil, there was discoloration to a chocolate color. For that reason, we suggest a Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help prevent the discoloring.  This fragrance oil also had a strong scent retention after its cure.

Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation:Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation:

If you would like to add some color to your Pleasingly Pumpkin fragrance oil candle, we suggest using 3 drops orange liquid candle dye. You can also add a small amount of shredded orange color block per 4 pounds of wax.  We suggest never using crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and cause your candle to not burn properly.

 

Denise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil

Apple Jack Peel has the wonderful aroma of fresh peeled apples with zesty top notes of lemon and grapefruit, middle notes of peach, orange, cinnamon and clove followed by base notes of maple, vanilla, cream, and musk. Apple Jack Peel fragrance oil is truly fantastic and a Nature’s Garden Best Seller!  

Did You Know?  Applejack is a very strong alcoholic beverage. This beverage originated in the American colonial era, which is believed to have roots from the French Apple Brandy Calvados.  Obviously, the beverage is made from apples, but first, the apples must be transformed into hard cider.  Then, that hard cider must be concentrated.  This can be done in two possible ways. First, there is the classic procedure of freeze distillation, also there is the option of true evaporative distillation. Either selection will work, but the actual word applejack comes from the word jacking which is one term for freeze distillation.

Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil in CP SoapApple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

Next, when Apple Jack Peel fragrance oil was in CP soap, we found that it had a perfect pour. There was no ricing, no acceleration, no separation. There also was no discoloration.  It has a sweet, yummy smell with the perfect combination of cloves and apples. The scent retention stayed nice and strong after its cure!

Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil Candle Color RecommendationApple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation

If you would like to color your Apple Jack Peel fragrance oil candle, we suggest using 4 drops red plus 1 drop black liquid candle dye. You can also add a small amount of shredded red plus black color block per 4 pounds of wax. We do recommend to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick causing your candle to possibly not burn properly.

Denise's Favorite Fragrance Oils: Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance OilDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Black Raspberry Vanilla fragrance oil by Natures Garden has an enticing blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, peach, violet, and honeysuckle, followed by bottom notes of musk and vanilla. A true Best Seller from Nature’s Garden!

Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil in CP SoapBlack Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

Next, when we tested Black Raspberry Vanilla fragrance oil in CP soap we found that it had a perfect pour. There was no ricing, no acceleration, no separation and no discoloration. We also found that it had great scent retention after its cure.

Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil Candle Color RecommendationBlack Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation

If you would like to color your Black Raspberry Vanilla fragrance oil candle we suggest using 6 drops of purple liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred a small amount of a purple color block into your melted wax. We suggest to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and may cause your candle to not burn properly.

 

Denise's Favorite Fragrance Oils: HummingbirdDenise’s Favorite Fragrance Oils: Hummingbird Fragrance Oil

A hummingbird may be the smallest bird, but it seems to get the most attention! We at Natures Garden have created this fragrance oil based on that fact. This fragrance starts out with top notes of tart kiwi, middle notes of lilac and tiger lily, and ending with fresh based notes of pineapples and pears.  A definite best seller and an NG original fragrance!

Hummingbird Fragrance Oil in CP SoapHummingbird Fragrance Oil in CP Soap

When Hummingbird fragrance oil was tested in CP soap we found that there was acceleration, but there was no ricing, no separation and no discoloration.  Due to the fact that this fragrance oil had acceleration in the soap batter, Natures Garden suggests soaping at a lower temperature. Hummingbird fragrance oil also had good scent retention after the cure.

Hummingbird Fragrance Oil Candle Color RecommendationHummingbird Fragrance Oil Candle Color Recommendation

If you choose to color your Hummingbird Fragrance Oil candle we suggest using 1 drop burgundy liquid candle dye or you can use a small amount of shredded burgundy color block per 4 pounds of wax.  We suggest to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick and your candle may not burn properly.

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White Chocolate Fragrance Oil


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White Chocolate Fragrance OilWhite Chocolate Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

White Chocolate Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a creamy, decadent white chocolate scent that is simply mouthwatering.  It’s difficult to resist the allure of rich white chocolate!  Did you know? White chocolate, while being a chocolate derivative, is not actually chocolate in the strict sense.  White chocolate contains no cocoa solids, which are the chocolate brown particles left behind after cocoa butter is extracted from cacao.  Despite this difference, White Chocolate is still a wildly popular confectionery treat and makes for a wonderful fragrance oil!

What Does White Chocolate Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

White Chocolate Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delightfully rich true-to-name fragrance that bears the aroma of white chocolate.  This scent is comprised of creamy cocoa butter, marshmallow, meringue, white chocolate, and vanilla beans.

How Do Our Customers Use White Chocolate Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

White Chocolate Fragrance Oil will give your bath and body products a luxurious sugary appeal.  Gels, bath bombs, and bath oils were found to do well when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  Create a sweet-tooth satisfying product line of any kind with White Chocolate Fragrance Oil.  Handmade perfumes perform well with this vanilla fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions can also be created using this scent as up to 5% of your total recipe.

Soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in HP soap, melt and pour, or CP soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that soaps made with this scent discolor to a milk chocolate color!  There was no ricing, no separation, and no acceleration.  Cured soap had a strong scent retention.  We find that the discoloration of soaps with this scent accurately represents the fragrance, and therefore we do not recommend a colorant.  A contributing factor to the discoloration of soaps made with this fragrance is the 4.2% Vanillin content of this fragrance oil.  Vanallin contributes heavily to the discoloration of soap, but incorporating Vanilla White Color Stabilizer may help reduce the effects of this discoloration.    If you do wish to color your soaps, you may use liquid soap dye in the amount of your choosing.

How Do Our Customers Use White Chocolate Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

White Chocolate Fragrance Oil is a smooth, warming scent when used in room scenting products.  Those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in their projects.  You can use this sweet fragrance oil in incense and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma beads.  Homemade cleaning recipes can also be created using a maximum of 5%.

Candles and wax tarts can be made using up to 10% fragrance with vegetable and paraffin wax.  It does nicely in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and even Pillar of Bliss.  We find that the natural color of our waxes represents this aroma well, therefore we do not recommend a colorant.  If you do wish to color your candles, you may use a small amount of liquid soap dye or shredded color blocks.  Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.