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Sep
26

Sandalwood Uses


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Sandalwood UsesSandalwood Uses

One great cosmetic herb that you can use in your everyday life is our Red Sandalwood Chips. This cosmetic herb is one of the many amazing cosmetic ingredients from Natures Garden that you can use to create some great bath and body recipes! Actually, there are many sandalwood uses in cosmetic recipes. Plus, there are even more ways to use these wood chips in everything from cooking to cosmetics to gardening. If you are interested in learning more about how you can use this lovely herb, then check out our cosmetic beauty blog to find recipes ideas and benefits for your entire body.

Sandalwood Uses: Growing ConditionsSandalwood Uses: Growing Conditions

These trees prefer warm climates and prefer hardiness zones 10 or 11. So, Sandalwood trees are not typically found all throughout the United States. Actually, these plants are native to areas like India. If you live in a colder region, then you may not want to grow this tree. Also, these trees prefer an area with full sunlight, but they can tolerate partial shade. Also, the soil for this plant should be well draining with both sandy and loamy parts to it. Further, the soil should have between 5.6 and 7.8 for the pH.

Additionally, you should try to plant this tree near another shrub or tree that will put nitrogen back into the soil. You should put your host plant at least six feet from your sandalwood tree. It is important to have this host plant because sandalwood trees are like hemi-parasitic. This means that the tree will need another plant nearby to gain crucial building materials, like nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus. If you are interested in finding a host plant, then check below for ideas on what to use. While this tree requires extra nutrients, add fertilizer can actually harm the plant. Although these trees need a host plant, they are actually very hardy and can tolerate high wind, drought, salt spray, and even intense heat. 

Sandalwood Uses: Industry Uses

There are many ways that you can use sandalwood chips in your daily life. First, you can use these cosmetic wood chips to create all kinds of different bath and body creations. Also, you can use the sandalwood chips to help add a smoky flavor to your meats. Additionally, there are some medicinal properties that you can gain from this lovely herb. So, that are many ways that you can use this cosmetic herb to benefit your body both inside and out.

Sandalwood Uses: Making Bath and Body RecipesSandalwood Uses: Making Bath and Body Recipes

First, you can use the sandalwood herb to create wonderful bath and beauty products that are unique and very high quality. Not only does this herb look amazing in bath and body recipes, but this herb has properties that are known to care for the skin. So, we think that including sandalwood chips in your recipes would be a great idea for bath bombs and bath soak recipes. This is because soaking in the tub will allow your body to soak up the nutrients that this herb provides. If you are interested, then continue to find out exactly how this herb can benefit the skin.

Sandalwood Uses: Making Bath and Body Benefits

Also, the antiseptic properties of this herb are beneficial for creating cleansing bath and body products. Further, the antiseptic properties have been known to be useful for eczema, itching, rashes, and even more! Additionally, this cosmetic herb can help prevent breakouts, as this herb is thought to help control oil.  So, you can use this cosmetic herb to help control oily skin with the absorbent properties of this cosmetic herb. So, you can use this herb to help with acne, pimples, and even blackheads. Also, this cosmetic herb can be useful for treating insect bites and minor cuts. This herb is thought to help promote faster healing and prevent infection.

Plus, this cosmetic herb contains properties that will provide you with a glowing complexion that you are sure to adore. This herb can nourish and help moisturize rough skin that brightens your dry, lifeless skin. Further, this cosmetic herb can be useful for reducing blotchy skin and various blemishes. In fact, this cosmetic herb is known to help even the skin tone. Whether you have an uneven tan or some kind of mark on your skin, this cosmetic herb can be useful for making these less noticeable and providing a more even appearance. Also, this cosmetic can be useful for helping with sunburn, as this herb promotes faster healing for the skin. Additionally, you can use this herb to moisturize the skin and leave you feeling soothed and nourished. Plus, this cosmetic herb can be useful for reducing signs of aging.

Sandalwood Uses: Sandalwood Fragrance OilSandalwood Uses: Sandalwood Fragrance Oil

Our sandalwood fragrances would be the perfect scent to pair with this cosmetic herb! First, we have the lovely aroma of our Sacred Sandalwood Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has a tranquil aroma of  smooth, silky sandalwood, powdery amber and velvety floral scents with a touch of musk base notes for a hint of sensuality. Of course, another great scent for this herb is the Sandalwood Fragrance Oil. This scent is a woody bouquet of cedar and sandalwood enhanced by notes of rose and jasmine.

Sandalwood Uses: Food and Beverage RecipesSandalwood Uses: Food and Beverage Recipes

Obviously, you don’t want to just eat wood chips. However, there are some fantastic ways that red sandalwood chips can be used for making food. First of all, you can create an herbal tonic with this ingredient. This tonic can be used for medicinal benefits, which we will go into more in depth later. While this herbal beverage may not use the herb for the natural flavor, there are a few recipes that do utilize the flavor of sandalwood.

One great way to utilize the flavor is to use this herb in a smoker to add flavor to your meats. Just add some of these wood chips in a smoker and you have a fantastic flavor added to your food. Not only is this flavor used to enhance the taste of your meat, but some alcoholic beverages will use a hint of the red sandalwood flavor, too.

Sandalwood Uses: Medicinal UsesSandalwood Uses: Medicinal Uses

The wood at the heart of a sandalwood is the part of the tree that is used to create herbal medicine. There are many wonderful benefits that many people have utilized by including this lovely herb in their herbal tonics and medicines. There are ways that you can use sandalwood to create a medicinal tonic that can be used to benefit you. In fact, a simple tonic that has been found to help improve all kinds of different issues. This herbal tonic is thought to provide the body with a few different benefits for the inside your body. So, continue reading if you are interested in learning more about these benefits.

Sandalwood Uses: Medicinal Benefits

First, you can use this herb’s antiseptic properties to help protect your body from internal infections due to wounds and or ulcers. Plus, this beneficial property can be used to promote oral health. Sandalwood has been known to strengthen your gums and help prevent natural tooth loss. Also, this herbal tonic may be beneficial for the digestive tract. The drying properties of this cosmetic herb are thought to be useful for helping with diarrhea issues, as it will help to solidify and reduce your diarrhea.

Additionally, some have found that this cosmetic herb has been useful for reducing fluid retention and coughing, which can be useful for those that are sick. This wholesale herb is thought to help you with mucus, as it has drying properties that can be useful for breaking up the mucus and making it easier for your body to deal with and remove. Plus, the sandalwood herb is thought to be useful for helping purify the blood as it has a diuretic effect that leads to more filtering and urine production.

Sandalwood Uses: Other UsesSandalwood Uses: Other Uses

Another possibly useful trait of sandalwood is that it can be used to fight body odor. So, you can infuse this herb into a homemade deodorant recipe to kill microbes and help you stay smelling fresh! Further, this herb has been known to help reduce prickly heat. This herb has a cooling effect and helps reduce the sweat that contributes to this feeling.

Also, some people have used this cosmetic herb to help with annoying bug problems. First, you can try this herb on any bug bites. The anti-inflammatory properties are thought to help reduce the itching and swelling of the bite, which will relieve much of the discomfort. Also, this herb may be useful at keeping the bugs at bay and preventing any more bites from occurring.

Additionally, you can use herbal wood chips, like the red sandalwood chips, to create a beautiful, functional garden. Adding mulch to a garden helps to retain moisture, control weeds, reduce erosion, and so much more. Plus, the red sandalwood has a beautiful color that is sure to make your garden look amazing! If you want to add some color and improve your garden, then these lovely wood chips may be the perfect choice!

Sandalwood Uses: Burning Sandalwood Incense

Many people enjoy burning incense to cleanse an area of negative energy or even promote their own positive energies. So, there are many that find different types of incense will provide different benefits. Many find that burning this herb can help reduce anxiety, improve your sleep, and provide many more benefits. If you want to learn even more about the some of the different potential benefits of sandalwood, then check out 5 Benefits Of Burning Sandalwood Incense Sticks by Cure Joy.

Sandalwood Uses: Picking a Host Plant

If you are growing a Sandalwood tree, then you are going to need to find a host plant that will support your tree. Although you can’t just choose any plant you want, there are quite a few options that you can use to provide your Sandalwood with the nutrients that it needs. Often, people will use an acacia tree or plants in the casuarina genius, which you can find many of on The Plant List’s article. These are only a few examples of the many options that you have for your host plant. All you need to do is find a plant with a few properties. First, make sure that it can survive in the same hardiness zone as sandalwood. Second, make sure that it will produce fixed nitrogen, which your Sandalwood tree will use.

Sandalwood Uses: Reach Out to UsSandalwood Uses: Reach Out to Us

We hope you that learned all about some fun ways that you can use this cosmetic herb in everyday life. If you have any more questions about using this cosmetic herb, then you should reach out to us! You can find us on the phone, in the store, and on social media. If you choose to contact us on social media, there are a few ways to go about doing that. First, you can find us on Facebook. Also, you can find us on Twitter and on Instagram using our @ngscents handle. Not only is this a great place to reach out to us, but you can share your own creations. So, we hope to hear from you soon!

Sandalwood Uses: A Reminder for Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our cosmetic herbs, like the Red Sandalwood Chips, for external use only. We do not sell this herb as a food item. The information that we provide in this blog is for educational purposes only. We do not intend for this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this information. Keep all cosmetic herbs out of the reach of children and pets. If you are a pregnant and/or lactating woman, then you should take special care when handling any herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Sep
24

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe


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Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe

If you are a fan of pumpkin spice and enjoy bath bombs, then the Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe is the perfect cosmetic recipe for you! This scrumptious bath bomb recipe is full of warm and sweet powdered herbs, like the pumpkin pie spice and vanilla powder. Plus, this bath and body recipe includes the pure autumn aroma of our Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil. Plus, you can find all of these bath bomb making supplies you need from Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplier. So, get your beautiful cosmetic supplies ready and lets start creating this lovely bath and beauty recipe!

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Need Supplies Available at Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Kaolin Clay
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil
Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend
Vanilla Powder
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Gloves
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Glasses

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Necessary Equipment

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Two Medium Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Gram Scale

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI)
18 grams of the Pumpkin Seed Oil
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
18 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
5 grams of the Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder
18 grams of the Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Vanilla Powder

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you begin creating your cosmetic recipe, you may want to do some preparation work. First, you can gather your bath bomb ingredients and other bath bomb making supplies. These preparations will make this process easier and even more fun! Second, you will want to clear off a work space that you can use to create this bath fizzy recipe. Additionally, you will want to wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net.

Also, you will want to get the witch hazel ready, too. So, you will need to get a bullet bottle and a fine mist sprayer. Now, fill the bottle with your witch hazel and twist on the lid. Now, you can use this spray in a later step to ensure that your bath bombs hold their shape.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Note About Bath Bombs

Another thing that you may want to consider before creating this cosmetic recipe is the humidity. You should know that it can be difficult to create bath bombs in a humid environment. So, you may not want to create your own homemade bath bombs in this type of climate or on a day with high humidity. This extra moisture can make it difficult for your bath bombs to set up and may even prevent the bath bombs from sticking together and holding their shape. So, you may not be able to create good bath bombs in areas of high humidity.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Dry IngredientsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to prepare the portion of the dry ingredients needed for this recipe. So, take one of your medium sized mixing bowls and your gram scale to measure out these ingredients. You will need ten grams Kaolin Clay Powder, one hundred and eighty two grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI), and six hundred grams of the baking soda. Once all of these ingredients are weighed into the bowl, you will need to thoroughly mix these ingredients together. Further, you will want to break up any chunks that you find as you are mixing. Once everything is evenly mixed together, you can set this bowl aside while we prepare the next portion of this recipe. 

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Wet IngredientsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Wet Ingredients

Second, you are going to need to prepare all of the liquid cosmetic ingredients that you will need for this bath bomb recipe. So, you will want to use another medium mixing bowl and the scale to measure these cosmetic ingredients. You will need to have eighteen grams of the Pumpkin Seed Oil, eighteen grams of the Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil, and eighteen grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. After you use your mixing spoon to combine these cosmetic ingredients, you can move on to the next step in this process.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Autumn Wreath Fragrance OilPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil

The scent of our Autumn Wreath Fragrance Oil has an aroma that is perfect for creating luxurious bath bombs. This scented oil is a cheerful autumn scent that is both relaxing and welcoming! The spicy autumn scent of this fragrance oil has top notes of pear, apple, peach, and coconut. Then, this lovely fall scent has notes of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. Lastly, this fantastic scent has base notes of vanilla, cedar, musk, woods, pine, and fresh autumn leaves. So, this warm fragrance oil is a complex scented oil that you will not want to miss out on.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are ready to mix the liquid cosmetic ingredients with your dry powder ingredients! So, you will want to add these wet ingredients to the bowl of the powdered cosmetic ingredients. Then, you can mix all of these bath bomb ingredients together. The easiest way to mix these ingredients together thoroughly is with your gloved hands. Once you have mixed the oils into the dry ingredients thoroughly and evenly, then you can move on to the next step in the process.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Citric Acid

Once these bath and body ingredients have been mixed together well, you can add the citric acid to your cosmetic recipe. This fantastic cosmetic powder one of the ingredients that provide the fizzing fun that bath bombs are best known for having. So, this is a fantastic ingredient that you can include in your cosmetic recipe. You will need to have three hundred grams of the citric acid added to your cosmetic mixture. Before you move on to the next step you will need to max sure that you include this cosmetic herb into your mixture thoroughly.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Divide Your Mixture into Two Portions

Now, you are ready to work on adding the herbal cosmetics for this bath and body recipe. So, you will need to separate this cosmetic mixture into two even portions. Add each of these two bath bomb mixture portions to separate mixing bowls, which is important as you will have to add a different cosmetic ingredient to each of these two mixtures. Once these portions are separated, you can move on to adding these powdered herbs to your portions.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend PowderPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder

First, you can grab one of the two bowls of bath bomb mixture. This first portion will have five grams of the Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder added to it. Then, you will need to use your gloved hands to mix this cosmetic herb into the cosmetic mixture Once the cosmetic herb is fully incorporated, you can set this portion aside temporarily.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Vanilla PowderPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Vanilla Powder

Next, you will need to retrieve the bowl with the second mixture. You will need to add five grams of the vanilla powder herb to this second bowl. Again, you will need to use your gloved hand to mix this vanilla herb powder into your mixture. After all of the cosmetic herb has been fully incorporated into this portion, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying with Witch HazelPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying with Witch Hazel

Next, you are ready to have your bath bombs start taking their shape. So, choose one of your bowls to start with. You will need to take your gloved hand to mix as your spray theses ingredients with the witch hazel. Make sure to spray slowly and mix very well to prevent over saturation, which can activate your ingredients in the bowl. Once the dough has a crumbly dough-like consistency you can stop spraying. After, you will want to do the same thing with the other bowl of bath bomb making ingredients.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Mixture for the MoldsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Mixture for the Molds

Now, you are going to be filling your bath bomb molds. In total, you will need to create seven bath bombs. So, take one of your wholesale cosmetic molds and begin to fill one side with the vanilla bath bomb mixture. Next, take the other half of the same bath bomb mold. Now, you will need to pack this side full with the pumpkin pie spice mixture.  You should fill one bath bomb mold at a time to ensure that you don’t accidentally fill one mold with one solid color. This is important because our bath bomb molds only fit together a certain way and it may be hard to tell the difference once you get going.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing Your Mixture for the MoldsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe:

Before you combine the two halves of the bath bomb molds you will need to lightly spray each side of the mold. By spraying each side of this bath bomb mold with witch hazel you will ensure that these two halves stick to each other. So, you will have a whole bath bomb that is one solid piece. However, you will want to be careful with the amount that you spray. You don’t want to spray too much as it could activate the ingredients too early.  But, you will need to make sure that you spray each side of the bath bomb mold. Now, you are ready to move on to the last step in this free recipe!

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb MoldsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Finish Creating the Bath Bombs

Now, you are going to put the finishing touches on our bath bomb recipes. Finally, you are ready to combine the two halves of your cosmetic bath bomb mold. So, make sure that you push the two halves together until the mold snaps shut. Now, you can put this bath bomb mold aside for the time being. At this point  you will need to fill and finish the remaining bath bombs. After all of your bath bomb molds are filled and snapped shut, you will need to wait for these bath bombs are fully set up. The time that  your bath bombs will take to set may vary depending on the humidity level in your area.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Using Your Bath Bombs

After your bath bombs are completely hardened, they are ready to use! Not only can use add your bath bombs to a warm bath, but you can package your cosmetic recipes, too. You can remove your bath bombs and use your own wholesale packaging idea. However, you could even leave your creations in the mold to use the bath bomb mold as packaging as well.

Pumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating a Pumpkin Latte at Home

Transform your regular old coffee into something absolutely delicious! This homemade latte recipe is sweet and absolutely perfect for fall time. Plus, this tasty beverage includes fresh, homemade pumpkin puree to take this beverage up to the next level. Further, this site shares exactly how to create this deliciously fresh pumpkin puree. If you are interested in trying out this scrumptious dessert recipe, then check out The Best Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe by Inspired Taste for an amazing recipe for a pumpkin spice latte!

Pumpkin Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Your QuestionsPumpkin Latte Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Your Questions

If you have any more questions about this cosmetic recipe, then you can reach out to us. You can ask us your questions on the phone, in the Natures Garden store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us is through our social media accounts. We have a Facebook page that you can reach us on. Also, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on Twitter and on Instagram. Not only is social media a perfect place to ask questions, but you can use this page to talk to other craft makers and share your own cosmetic recipes ideas.

Aug
24

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe


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Nettle Bath Bomb RecipeNettle Bath Bomb Recipe

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nettle Leaf Bath Bomb Recipe: Two Key Ingredients

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Before You Get Started

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

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

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

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

 

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

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

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Dough

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

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

 

 

 

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Nettle Leaf

 

 

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Witch Hazel

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

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

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

 

 

 

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

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

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Bath Bomb

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

Nettle Bath Bomb Recipe: To Learn More

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

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

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Aug
21

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe


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Rhassoul Jasmine Bath BombRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe

Another fantastic herbal bath and body recipe is the lovely Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb. This floral bath bomb recipe from Natures Garden is perfect for helping to set a calm mood for the bath tub. Further, the recipe uses herbs and two kinds of cosmetic clay to provide some great skin loving properties. So, the delightful aromatherapy from the fragrance along with the skin benefits is perfect for creating a lovely bath bomb recipe. If you want to obtain some of these lovely calming and nourishing benefits, then definitely try out this fantastic bath bomb recipe!

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate
Rice Bran Oil
Bentonite Clay Powder
Rhassoul Clay Powder
Jasmine Flowers Whole
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

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Rice Bran Oil
5 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
3 grams of the Jasmine Flowers Whole
5 grams of the Rhassoul Clay Powder
18 grams of the Champaka Fragrance Oil
4 grams of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Champaka Fragrance OilRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Champaka Fragrance Oil

Not only does our homemade bath bomb recipe use skin loving herbs, but the cosmetic recipe has a gorgeous aroma, too. You will love the scent of our Champaka Fragrance Oil in your bath bomb recipe. This scented oil is a one of a kind blend of floral and earthy aromas that you will adore. The scent has top notes of jasmine, lavender, lilac, and fresh greenery. Further, the true herbal scent of our jasmine flowers enhance the floral notes of this scent. Then, these scents blend with notes of earthy patchouli and sandalwood. This fragrance oil blend is very feminine and perfect for a relaxing bath bomb recipe.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you begin creating this bath bomb recipe, you will want to prepare and sanitize your work space and bath bomb supplies. First, you will want to collect your bath bomb supplies wholesale. Also, you will want to make sure that your bottle of witch hazel is ready to use. Further, you will want to clean off an area to use as a work space and sanitize your cosmetic supplies.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Mixing the Dry IngredientsRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Dry Ingredients

First, you will want to weigh and combine some of the dry ingredients. So, take the scale and one of the mixing bowls. Then, combine 300 grams of the citric acid and 600 grams of the baking soda in the bowl. You will want to mix these ingredients and break up any clumps in the mixture. We suggest that you use a gloved hand to mix the ingredients together well. Once the clumps have all been broken up, you can move on to the next step.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Second, you are going to prepare and weigh the wet ingredients into a different mixing bowl. So, take the other medium bowl and the scale to prepare this part of the cosmetic recipe. You will want to add 18 grams of the rice bran oil and 18 grams of the Champaka Fragrance Oil to this second bowl. Once these cosmetic ingredients have been measured, you can move on to the next step.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Combine the ingredients Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Combine the ingredients

After you have these two portions divided, you are going to combine both the wet and dry ingredients in a single bowl. Now, you will want to mix these cosmetic ingredients together. Again, you will want to use gloved hands to break up any clumps and completely incorporate these ingredients. Once all of these cosmetic ingredients are thoroughly mixed together, you can move on to the next step in this recipe.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Separate the Mixture in Half

Now that you have a bath bomb dough mixture you will be dividing this dough in half. One half of the portion will be in the first bowl, which will have the rhassoul clay added to it. The second half of the dough will be in the next bowl and will have the whole jasmine flowers added. So, divide the dough into the two bowls and set one of the portions aside for the moment.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Preparing the First HalfRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the First Half

First, you will need to take one of the two mixing bowls. This bowl will have 5 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder. Also, you will need to add 2 grams of the Jasmine Flowers Whole of the 3 grams needed for this bath and body recipe. Lastly, you will add 4 grams of Natures Garden’s Diamond Dust Mica Pigment to this portion of the dough. After these ingredients have been added, you will need to mix everything together very well. Again, we suggest that you use a gloved hand to incorporate these ingredients until everything is mixed together evenly. Now, you are ready to finish mixing the second portion of the bath bomb.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Preparing the Second HalfRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Second Half

Second, you will need to grab the second bowl of your bath bomb mixture. This portion of the bath bomb will have a different herb added. This mixing bowl will have 5 grams of the Rhassoul Clay Powder added to it. After this powdered herb is weighed in the bowl, you will need to fully incorporate this cosmetic herb into the dough. Again, we suggest that you use your gloved hand to mix the dough until this herb is fully incorporated. After this cosmetic clay has been mixed in thoroughly, you can move on to the next step.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the First Portion

Now you are ready to spray the first portion of your dough with the witch hazel. So, retrieve the bath bomb mixture with the jasmine flowers. You can begin spraying the mixture with the bottle of witch hazel. Make sure that you are mixing the bath bomb dough with a gloved hand as you spray the mixture. Once your dough reaches the consistency of crumbly dough, you need to stop spraying. Make sure that you don’t spray too much or you can potentially activate your ingredients too much and your finished bath bomb won’t have as much fizz.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Preparing the Bath Bomb MoldRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Bath Bomb Mold

Next, you are ready to prepare and fill half of the bath bomb mold. First, you will need to add a pinch of the Jasmine flower cosmetic herb to the mold. After this small pile has been added to the bottom of the mold, you can start packing in the mixture with the mica powder and whole flowers incorporated. After this wholesale bath bomb mold half is full, you can set it aside for now. Before you move on to the next step you will need to repeat these steps with the other six halves of the mold. After these bath bomb molds are filled, you will be ready to work on the other halves.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Second Portion

Then, you are going to work with the second portion of the cosmetic herb. So, you will need the portion of the mixture with the Rhassoul Clay Powder added. Just like before you will be spraying the mixture until it reaches the right consistency. Also, you will still want to use a gloved hand as you spray to mix everything well. Make sure to be careful not to spray too much more after reaching a crumbly dough consistency.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Filling the Bath Bomb MoldRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb Mold

Now, you will be ready to fill up the second half of the bath bomb mold. Just take your freshly sprayed dough and begin to tightly pack the mixture into your cosmetic mold. Once you have one of these bath bomb halves filled, you can set it aside for now. Before you move on to the next step you will want to fill the other five halves of the bath bomb molds. At this point, you should have all of the mixture used up to fill the molds.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Combining the Bath Bomb Mold HalvesRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Mold Halves

Lastly, you will be combining the two halves to finish creating your bath bomb recipe. So, take one of each differently colored bath bomb halves. Now, spray each of the halves lightly with the witch hazel. Once each has been sprayed, you can push the two halves together. After the molds are all sprayed and snapped shut, you can set them in a safe place while they set up.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Finished Bath BombsRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Bath Bombs

Finally, your lovely Jasmine bath bombs are finished! The only thing left is to wait for these adorable bath bombs to completely set up. So, you will know that these bath fizzies are ready to use once they’ve completely hardened. Once they have all set up, you are ready to sell, or even use your lovely floral bath bombs!

If you happen to be looking for some easy and cute bath bomb packaging ideas, then you could leave the finished bath bombs in the plastic bath bomb mold. This will ensure that the bath bombs will be protected in the mold until they are ready to use. Also, you won’t have to worry about coming up with a safe packaging idea on your own! But, you can remove the finished bath bombs and use your own methods of cosmetic packaging. Of course, you can use your fun fizzy bath bombs, too!

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Jasmine Flowers WholesaleRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Jasmine Flowers Wholesale

Some have found that herbal jasmine can be used to soothe the skin. In fact, it is thought that this herb has moisturizing and healing properties, as well. So, this her would be beneficial for those with dry or sensitive skin. Plus, the anti-inflammation properties can be useful for issues, like rashes or eczema. Another positive effect of this herb is that it is thought to help improve your mood. The aromatherapy properties of this cosmetic herb are thought to be uplifting and energizing, as it increases alertness and well-being. So, you may find that you will enjoy the various properties of the Jasmine Flowers Whole.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Jasmine Flower Tea

Although our wholesale herbs are only for cosmetic use, there are fantastic benefits for drinking jasmine tea. Many find that this herbal tea can help promote health due to the antioxidants. Also, people have found that this herb is useful for weight loss and control diabetes. Further, this cosmetic herb has been found to help with gastrointestinal disorders, reduce pain, and boost the immune system. If you are interested in learning about some of these benefits, then check out 10 Wonderful Benefits of Jasmine Tea by Organic Facts. This article is full of all of the amazing benefits of adding this herbal tea to your diet.

Rhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb: Ask Us Your QuestionsRhassoul Jasmine Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you enjoyed this lovely cosmetic recipe. This herbal bath bomb recipe includes all kinds of ingredients that are perfect for skin care. If you have any questions about this cosmetic herb or wholesale bath bomb recipe, then reach out to us! You can find us at the store, on the phone, and online. Anyone that wants to find us online, can try our social media page. You can find us on Facebook. Also, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on Twitter and Instagram. Not only is this the perfect place to ask questions, but this is a great way to stay up to date on our upcoming bath bomb recipes!

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

Feb
13

Bath Bombs For Kids


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Bath Bombs For KidsBath Bombs For Kids

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

 

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

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

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

Feb
06

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes


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Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes

Cosmetic clays are wonderful for creating bath and body products that care for your body. We at Natures Garden carry several kinds of nourishing clays that can be used to create some amazing products. If you would like to use cosmetic clay in your recipes, then it may be helpful to learn a bit about each of the clays that you could use. Each clay is made of different minerals. So, each clay will provide slightly different properties for your skin and hair. Plus, you can combine a few of your favorite clays to create the perfect recipe! Some cosmetic clays are best suited for those with sensitive skin and others are perfect for reducing signs of aging. But, no matter which properties that you prefer, you are sure to find a clay that suits you and your homemade body products best.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Bentonite Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Bentonite Clay Powder

Bentonite clay is a naturally occurring clay that has some wonderful cosmetic properties. This clay is very absorbent and has been known to be an effective healing clay for ailments like cuts, burns, or insect bits. So, this cosmetic clay can be used to remove oils, clean impurities, and soften the skin. Also, this clay can be used to soothe many skin irritations, such as eczema, chicken pox, or psoriasis. Further, this cosmetic ingredient can be included in powder recipes to reduce redness and irritation. These useful skin care properties make this cosmetic ingredient perfect for creating homemade bath and beauty recipes.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap Recipe

One great homemade soap recipe that you can create with this cosmetic clay is the Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap Recipe. This melt and pour soap recipe uses several skin loving cosmetic clays to add to its lovely design and skin loving properties. First, the bentonite clay is combined with a few other cosmetic clays to create a swirled design. Unlike cold process soaps, it can be very difficult to swirl melt and pour soap. So, the clays are necessary to prevent your colored soap from mixing as you swirl. Also, this clay is wonderful for your skin! Not only is this cosmetic ingredient useful for absorbing oils and impurities, but this clay is useful for soothing certain skin irritations and leaving your skin soft. So, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for creating a melt and pour soap recipe that is gorgeous and cares for your body.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Lavender Sage Bath Bomb RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe

Another amazing product that you can create with bentonite clay is the Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe. This lovely bath bomb recipe includes lovely herbs and clays that enhance the experience of your bath. The herbs, lavender flowers and rose petals, are used to provide a strong, gorgeous aroma. So, these herbs will enhance the scent of the Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil. Then, the cosmetic clay is included to soften, cleanse, and soothe the skin. This will provide you with a bath and body product that smells lovely and really cares for your body!

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Kaolin White Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Kaolin White Clay Powder

Kaolin white clay powder is a wonderful cosmetic clay for creating bath and body recipes. First of all, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for sensitive skin, as this is a gentle cosmetic clay. This means that this is a cosmetic clay that nearly anyone can enjoy in their bath and body products, which is why this is one of the most commonly used cosmetic clay. Plus, this white clay can be used to create mineral makeup, like eyeshadow or blush. Also, kaolin clay can be used to cleanse, exfoliate the dead skin, and stimulate circulation. So, it is a great choice for creating a variety of bath and body products.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Wild Bath Bomb RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Wild Bath Bomb Recipe

Kaolin white clay can be used to benefit both your body and your products. First, this cosmetic clay can provide some beneficial properties for your bath and body products. In the Wild Bath Bomb Recipe, this lovely cosmetic ingredient is included to nourish the skin and benefit the product. This cosmetic clay will create a harder bath bomb that will last longer in the tub and have a stronger integrity. Plus, White clay can be used on even the most sensitive skin to nourish and cleanse. So, this cosmetic ingredient is great for creating bath and body products, like bath bombs!

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Rhassoul Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Rhassoul Clay Powder

Another lovely cosmetic ingredient is the Rhassoul clay powder. This ingredient is amazing for both skin care and hair care. First, you can use this luxurious cosmetic ingredient to prevent dry, flaky skin, improve firmness, increase skin elasticity, soften the skin, and help with oily skin. Additionally, this cosmetic clay can be used to benefit your hair, as well. Using this ingredient will allow you to rejuvenate and cleanse your hair follicles. So, this cosmetic ingredient can be used for all kinds of bath and body products.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Chamomile Clay Soap RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe

This luxurious cosmetic clay is a perfect ingredient for the Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe. Adding this cosmetic clay to your recipe will provide your soap with some extra skin care benefits. So, your skin will be rejuvenated and nourished due, in part, to this lovely cosmetic ingredient. Further, this clay can be useful for adding to the cleansing ability of the soap and can help to reduce oily skin. So, this cosmetic clay would make a perfect addition for creating homemade soaps.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Red Moroccan Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Red Moroccan Clay Powder

Another great ingredient for bath and body products is the red Moroccan clay powder. First of all, this ingredient can be used to enhance your hair care products. This clay will add to the cleansing properties of homemade shampoos. Additionally, this cosmetic clay can be used to enhance your skin care products. This ingredient is perfect for removing toxins, moisturizing the skin, shrinking pores, improving elasticity, drawing out excess oils, stimulate circulation, exfoliating the skin, and cleansing. So, you are sure to love this cosmetic ingredient in your own bath and body products!

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Firming Facial Mask Recipe Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Firming Facial Mask Recipe

This lovely cosmetic ingredient is perfect for creating a lovely facial mask, as it will provide your skin with many benefits. So, adding some red Moroccan clay to your facial masks, like the Firming Facial Mask Recipe, will create a perfect cosmetic product. The red Moroccan clay will improve your complexion and leave your face feeling rejuvenated. Plus, this recipe includes hibiscus flower powder and adds to the beneficial properties of this cosmetic face mask. So, this would be a perfect facial mask for periodic skin care or rejuvenating your skin as it needs the extra care.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Rose Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Rose Clay Powder

Also, you can include some rose clay powder in your bath and beauty products. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to provide a pretty, natural color of pink to products. Not only is this a gorgeous cosmetic ingredient, but this clay has some benefits for the body. This cosmetic ingredient can be used to exfoliate the skin, reduce inflammation, promote new cell growth tighten pores, rejuvenate elasticity, remove harmful toxins, and remove wrinkles. Also, this clay can be used to reduce wrinkles, scarring, and hyperpigmentation. This means that adding this cosmetic oil to your bath and body products will benefit your skin and leave your skin looking amazing!

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe

You can create some wonderful bath and body products with this pretty cosmetic ingredient. You are sure to have a gorgeous pink color after adding the rose clay powder to this Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe. Not only will rose clay provide a gorgeous body product, but this cosmetic will provide your body with some benefits. This clay will exfoliate and cleanse your skin. Plus, this cosmetic clay will nourish your skin as the product helps protect your skin as you shave. The Whipped Soap Base will protect your skin and the cosmetic clay will nourish your skin. So, you will have skin that is smooth and gorgeous.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Dead Sea Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Dead Sea Clay Powder

Dead Sea clay powder is a perfect cosmetic ingredient for creating your bath and body product. First, this clay is known for helping issues, like fibromyalgia, joint inflammation, muscle aches, and stiffness. So, this cosmetic ingredient would be useful for creating products you can use to soak in the tub, like bath bombs! Also, this cosmetic clay is perfect for reducing dry skin, eczema, and acne. Further, this clay can be used to create hair care products, as this ingredient can promote hair growth, strengthen hair growth, and preventing hair loss. These properties make this cosmetic ingredient perfect for all kinds of bath and body products.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Mechanics Soap RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Mechanics Soap Recipe

One fun way to incorporate Dead Sea clay into your products is the Mechanics Soap Recipe. This melt and pour soap uses clays and herbs to naturally color and swirl this lovely soap. Not only does this soap use cosmetic ingredients for aesthetic, but these ingredients care for your skin. The Dead Sea clay will care for your skin. So, this bar of soap is helpful for treating dry skin or eczema. These properties and the other ingredients’ properties create a perfect soap for your soap.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: French Green Clay PowderUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: French Green Clay Powder

French green clay powder is perfect for creating lovely bath and beauty products that your body is sure to love. First, this cosmetic ingredient has a high absorption and is great for detoxifying the skin. Plus, this clay is useful for treating sore muscles, arthritis, bruises, cuts, stings, and insect bites. This cosmetic clay is great for skin care, so this ingredient is perfect for shrinking pores, removing impurities, and relieving the pain of sunburn. So, this cosmetic clay is amazing for creating luxurious bath and body products.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Golden Clover Bath Bombs RecipeUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe

The Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe is a great product to include French Green Clay Powder. Adding this cosmetic clay to your bath bomb will provide your skin with nourishment and care. As you soak in the tub with your gorgeous bath product, the cosmetic clay will work to shrink your pores and remove your toxins. Plus, soaking in this clay could help to reduce pain from certain issues, like sore muscle or arthritis. Not only will this product be gorgeous and glittery, but the clay will help to make this product amazing for your body.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Other Clay Uses

Not only can clay be amazing for achieving flawless skin, but clays can be used for pottery, too. In fact, the Chinese often use Kaolin White Clay for making porcelain and this clay is sometimes referred to as China Clay or Ceramic Clay. If you are interested in learning about more ways to use clay, then check out The Basics of Pottery Clay article by The Spruce. This article talks about the basics of pottery and mentions the way that Kaolin Clay can be used to create your projects.

Use Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Share with UsUse Cosmetic Clay in Your Recipes: Share with Us

We hope that you have enjoyed learning about our various cosmetic clays and the recipes that we have incorporated them into. If you would like to find more recipes that use cosmetic clays, then you can check out our Cosmetic Clays Class and learn about all of the cosmetic clay we have to offer. Then, click on your favorite clay to find the recipes that we have used it to create. Also, those that have questions can find us on one of our social media pages. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we are on Twitter and Instagram, @ngscents. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Mar
10

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe


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Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe

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

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

Baking Soda

FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple

Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink

Grapeseed Oil

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue

Silicone Soap Mold- 12 Peeps Bunny Mold

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow

8 oz Clear Bullet Bottle

Black Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Other Equipment Needed

White Granulated Sugar

Scale

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)

Rubbing Alcohol (in spray bottle)

Mixing Bowls

Rubber Gloves

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Ingredient Total Weights

260 grams Citric Acid

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple

520 grams Baking Soda

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue

16 grams Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow

28 grams Grapeseed Oil

10 drops FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Preparation Before Creation

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

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Setting up for the Different Colors

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

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

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

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Adding the Oils to Your Mixtures

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

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

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

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

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

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe Making them Look Like Peeps

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

Jan
08

Bath Bomb Recipe


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sinus relief bath bombOh, how the weather outside is frightful….

If the winter time blues has got you down, and you are not feeling like yourself, we have a little recipe we would like to share with you that will not only help to clear your sinuses, but will also put that little pep in your step that you have been missing.

Our recipe is taking the homemade crafting industry by storm.  It has been shared on Pinterest over 1000 times, and after trying these bath bombs out, you will completely understand why.

Bath Bombs are super easy and fun to make.  They can be made into any shape using plastic fillable ornaments, molds, or left in loose form.  To read all about bath bombs, and how to use them, click on this link.

A bath bomb is a straightforward chemical reaction between an acid and a base.  Within the realm of bath bombs, the citric acid is the acid, and the baking soda or sodium bicarbonate is the base.  Logically speaking, bath bombs can be made with these two ingredients and a very small amount of liquid (witch hazel) to help them keep their shape.

However, bath bombs are the perfect luxurious product to introduce skin loving oils and benefits to your products.  The addition of various ingredients like castor oil and olive oil will allow for moisturizing aspects.  Then, with the addition of herbs like peppermint and spearmint, you can allow your bath bombs to have a refreshing and revitalizing effect.

If you are looking for a wonderfully refreshing bath bomb recipe that is sharing like wild fire on social media, click here.  Natures Garden’s Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe is one in a million, so get your crafting area prepped these homemade bath bombs are exactly what you need!