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May
15

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe


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Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar RecipeBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe

If you’re looking for a super bubbly bath product, then the  Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe is the right recipe for you! We used a fantastic bubble bar recipe and changed a few things to make it so much more fun! First, we used a scoop to create a product that looked like little scoops of purple ice cream. Also, we added a whole lot of diamond dust mica to add a touch of shimmer and shine. So, it is safe to say that Natures Garden has created a recipe for a product that is both pretty and powerful. Plus, these little cuties have a fantastic aroma! We scented this recipe with the wonderful Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil, which is a bright, gorgeous scent. Overall, this is a fun recipe that could enhance any bubble bath experience.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
Sodium Bicarbonate- Baking Soda
Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil
Cream of Tartar
Corn Starch
Macadamia Nut Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Mica – Diamond Dust
Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant
Safety Gloves
Small Stainless Steel Scoop
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Apron
Safety Glasses

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment

Medium Mixing Bowl
Small Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon
Either a Roll of Parchment Paper or a Silicone Baking Mat
Scale
Measuring Cups of 1 cup and 1/3 cup (optional)
Tablespoon (optional)

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

272 grams (1 cup) of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
230 grams (1 cup) of Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda
112 grams (1/3 cup) of Cream of Tartar
36 grams (1/3 cup) of Corn Starch
100 grams (1/3 cup) of Vegetable Glycerin
12 grams (1 Tablespoon) of Macadamia Nut Oil
7 grams of Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil
7 grams of FUN Soap Colorant Deep Purple
2 grams of Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Clean, Sanitize, and Be Safe

Before beginning, you are going to want to create a workspace that is safe for both you and your product. Firstly, clean and sanitize any supplies that you will be needing for this recipe. Also, tidy up your workspace to make sure that you have an adequate space to create these bubble bars. Next, make sure that you have all of the necessary safety equipment to complete this recipe. Especially, make sure that you have some gloves and a mask on for this recipe as some of the powders in the recipe tend to float up into the air.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Dry Ingredients Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Dry Ingredients

Initially, you will be working on weighing all of the dry ingredients you will be using for this recipe. So, retrieve a medium sized mixing bowl and your measuring devices, you can use your scale or some measuring cups and spoons. Then, weigh out the 272 grams, or 1 cup, of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, 230 grams, or 1 cup, of Sodium Bicarbonate – Baking Soda, 112 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Cream of Tartar, and 36 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Corn Starch into your bowl in the specified amounts.

Then, you will want to mix these ingredients well to fully incorporate all the powders. You can use your hands or a mixing spoon, but we have found that it is easiest to mix with gloved hands. Further, you should pay attention to any clumps existing in this mixture. You should break up any clumps to make the mixture as smooth and evenly mixed as possible. Otherwise, your final product may have pockets of powder that never mix with the necessary ingredients.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Wet IngredientsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Weighing Wet Ingredients

Next, you are going to be weighing your wet ingredients. So, retrieve a small mixing bowl and tare its weight from your scale. Now, add the 100 grams, or 1/3 cup, of Vegetable Glycerin, 12 grams, or 1 Tablespoon, of Macadamia Nut Oil, and 7 grams of Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil to the small bowl in their proper amounts. You will be using this mixture in the following step, so keep the bowl close.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Wet and Dry IngredientsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Combining Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to combine all of your previously weighed ingredients. Grab your bowl of weighed wet ingredients and add it to your bowl of weighed dry ingredients. Mix this well to incorporate everything. Also, you have the option to add a bit more vegetable glycerin to the mixture if it is a bit crumbly. However, you do not want to add too much as this would make the recipe too wet to create a proper bubble bar. So, we’d recommend mixing in no more than a few drops at a time to avoid going over your limit.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the ColorantBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Soap Colorant

Next, you will be adding the FUN Soap Colorant to the mixture you have created thus far. So, take your combined bowl of wet and dry ingredients and add the correct amount of Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant, which is 7 grams. Mix the color in thoroughly and make sure that there aren’t any pockets of soap colorant left behind after you mix. So, the dough should be an even, pretty shade of purple all the way through the mixture.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Mica PowderBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Adding the Mica Powder

Next, you are going to be adding some shimmery mica powder to your purple dough mixture. So before you begin scooping, you are going to weigh out and add 1 gram of the diamond dust mica. So, use your scale to weigh the proper amount in your small bowl that you have used in a previous step. Then, mix the mica ingredient into your purple dough mixture. Also, try to make sure that you mix the dough thoroughly to create an even shimmer in your mixture and continue to break up any clumps that you may see throughout the creating process.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble BarsBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Scooping the Bubble Bars

Now, the mixture is ready for you to create the scoops. So, retrieve your small stainless steel scoop to shape your bubble bars. Simply spoon some of your dough mixture into your metal scoop and pack it into the scoop. You can pack it by pressing on the dough while it is inside the scoop. Doing this ensures that your bubble bar will hold its little ice cream scoop form. After, release the dough from the scoop onto your parchment paper or silicone baking mat. Repeat this until all of your dough has been scooped on your parchment paper or silicone baking mat.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Finishing TouchesBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Finishing Touches

Next, you will be completing a few last steps to complete your bubble bars. After you have all your little ice cream scoops on your parchment paper or silicone baking mat, then you are ready to add the finishing touches. Sprinkle about a gram or so of the diamond dust mica onto the scoops to add some extra shimmer to your products. You can add more if you’d like to, it all depends on how much mica dust you’d want to add. Then, you should let the bubble bars sit undisturbed, so they can harden and set up completely. This should take a couple of days, but they need this time to harden.

Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ready to UseBlackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe Ready to Use

Finally, your bar bars are ready for you to use! After a few days have passed, your creations will be ready for you to take to the bath.  It is fairly simple to use this product, just crumble it under some warm, running water and there you have it! Since these bubble bars are smaller, you may want to use a couple if you are bringing them to a bubble bath. However, we are sure you’ll love the Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar, as they are moisturizing, sparkly, and smell so good!

Have you created your own bubble bars?  We would love to see your creations too.  Post a pic on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

Jul
27

Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil


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Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance OilLemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil is a refreshing and sweet scent by Natures Garden. Our customers give this scented oil five stars, adoring its strong scent in handmade soap and scented candles.  One reviewer states, “I ordered this with high hopes that it would smell amazing, and it exceeded my expectations. What a delicious, mouthwatering scent. Used it in your container palm wax with a wooden wick and a little kelly green color, looked and smelled AMAZING, both hot and cold throw.”

What Does Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This refreshing and uplifting fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of fresh lemon pulp, orange rinds and tropical kiwi; middle notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo; well-rounded with base notes of cedarwood and vanilla. An NG Original!

Top Notes:  Lemon, Lemongrass, Juicy Apple, Kiwi, orange zest, kiwi
Mid Notes:  Bamboo Leaves, Island Gardenia, Hyacinth, cassis, eucalyptus, green tea
Base Notes:  Melon Blossom, Water Lily, Musk, cedar, vanilla

How Do Our Customers Use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Our customers that enjoy creating bath and body products can use this complex fruity fragrance oil in many of their recipes. Shower gel, bubble bath recipes, soaps, lotions, and many other recipes can be scented using no more than 5% of this scent. Also, create lemongrass kiwi perfumed body oil with a fragrance oil concentration up to 5%.

Further, this refreshing fragrance oil can be added to different recipes used for making soap. For example, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this fragrance oil is absolutely perfect for this method of creating soap. Not only does this scent provide a perfect pour in soap, but the batch has so many other great qualities, too. A batch containing this scent will have no ricing, no acceleration and no separation. The final product will have a very strong scent retention after cure and the bar will not have any discoloration. If you want to add color to your bath and body creations, then we suggest using yellow and green soap colorants in the amounts that satisfy you. Just remember to never use candle dye in any body products.

How Do Our Customers Use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers can create their very own Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis fragranced room scenting products. This lemon grass scented oil be used for homemade incense and potpourri using up to 50% fragrance. Also, any homemade cleaning products can be created with a maximum of 5% for this fragrance oil in their recipe. Additionally, this fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong scent in smelly jelly jars or aroma beads.

More, this uplifting fragrance oil is a great scent for creating handcrafted candle products. Any candle creation that is going to be made with either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this scent in their recipe. Also, joy wax and wow wax will both perform perfectly for this fragrance oil and the scent will remain nice and strong in candle products that are made from soy wax. If you want to add color to your candle products, then we suggest using either three drops of yellow liquid candle dye with one drop of green liquid candle dye or a small amount of a shredded yellow and green color blocks per four pounds of wax. Remember to never use crayons as a substitute for coloring your candles as they will clog your wick.