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Jul
31

10 Ways to Use Chamomile


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10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile

If you are looking for some great, herbal recipes to try out, then you may want to take a look at our cosmetic blog for ideas. In this blog, we have 10 Ways to Use Chamomile, which vary from bath and body recipes to room scent recipes. In this blog we have ten wonderful cosmetic recipes will include either Chamomile Flowers German Whole or Chamomile Flowers German Powder. This cosmetic herb is perfect for creating some fantastic skin loving bath and body recipes. Your entire body will love the benefits it can gain from these Natures Garden recipes. If you are interested in learning more about these herbal recipes, then you can check out our formulated bath and body recipes below!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe

First, you can use the whole Chamomile flowers to create a delightful herb soap recipe. So, you can use this cosmetic herb along with quality wholesale soap making products to create the lovely Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe. If you are looking for an easy way to learn how to make soap at home, then using melt and pour is a great place to start! Plus, this cosmetic recipe includes herbs that will enhance the beneficial properties of this herbal soap recipe. Not only does this recipe include the lovely, calming Chamomile Flowers, but there is Rhassoul clay powder added to boost the skin benefits even more. This cosmetic clay will help cleanse and rejuvenate the skin. Not only does this soap contain herbs that are wonderful for skin care, but this soap is scented with a lovely fragrance oil, too.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance

Further, this herbal soap recipe uses the refreshing aroma of our Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has subtle top notes of lemon rind and fresh palm leaves that are followed by fresh watercress and aloe notes. This fantastic aroma finishes with invigorating notes of jasmine and eucalyptus. So, this delightful aroma is a perfect way to finish off this fantastic recipe and you will be sure to love everything about this spa quality soap recipe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe

Also, you can use the delightful blooms to create the Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe. This cosmetic recipe incorporates the skin softening properties of both the chamomile flowers and the luscious oils and butters. This blend of herbs and luscious cosmetic ingredients are perfect for pampering your skin while you soak in the tub. Further, the calming effect of this herb is perfect for unwinding after a long day. Plus, this relaxing aroma intertwines perfectly with the delightful aroma of the fragrance oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance

Plus, this fantastic recipe includes the lovely Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil, which has a relaxing and luxurious aroma. This refreshing combination of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena with the rich floral aroma of French jasmine petals, oriental bamboo, sea notes, and exotic musk. 

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe

Another great way to use this cosmetic herb is the Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe. This herbal blend perfectly combines Chamomile, Lavender, and powdered milk to create a lovely bath recipe. The soothing properties of the powdered milk will pamper and rejuvenate your skin as the relaxing floral scents envelop your senses. The combination of these calming flowers is perfect for a relaxing bath soak recipe. Just sit back and let these herbal ingredients care for your body from head to toe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance

Further, this relaxing bath recipe incorporates the scent of NG Baby Bee Buttermilk Type Fragrance Oil, which is similar to Burt’s Baby Bee Buttermilk Lotion. So, your herb bath recipe will have the light aroma of peaches, mandarin oranges, coconut pulp, bergamot, grapefruit, tropical guava, and tangy lemons. So, this bright, fruity blend is a lovely addition that will entice your senses.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe

Another fantastic recipe that you can create with our chamomile herb is the Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe. Along with this wonderful cosmetic herb, this recipe uses skin loving butters and oils to care for your body. Further, this recipe can be used as a fantastic home massage oil that will both relax you and help to nourish your skin. So, you can lay back and enjoy this cosmetic herb in your bath and body recipes.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance

This cosmetic recipe adds the aroma of Tranquil Sleep Fragrance Oil to help you unwind and relax. This fragrance is a blend of jasmine, rose and lily floral scents with juicy fruits and base notes of cedar, amber, and musk. So, this wonderful floral aroma will blend perfectly with the calming effects of the chamomile herb.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe

Further, you can include the gorgeous Chamomile flowers herb with your other quality soap-making supplies. These wholesale cosmetic ingredients are perfect for creating herb soap. For example, the Herbal Soap Recipe contains a delightful aroma along with skin loving oils and butters. Further, this lovely soap loaf uses the Smile Faces Embed Mold and chamomile flowers whole to create a super cute soap recipe that is bright and fun.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance

This wonderful bath and body recipe uses the scrumptious aroma of our Dandelion Pear Fragrance Oil.  This refreshing aroma of wildflowers bends beautifully with the soft scent of this wholesale herb. Plus, the fragrance is perfectly mellowed out with tart fresh pear, green tea leaves, and cool aloe vera. Together, these notes create a fresh, clean aroma that is absolutely perfect for creating homemade soaps.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe

Additionally, you can include this lovely herb in the Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe. Not only does this product contain the relaxing aroma of Chamomile, but this pillow uses true lavender flowers, too. Plus, this spa quality recipe includes a fragrance oil that is the perfect aromatherapy for relaxation. So, this mask contains aromas that are sure to help you unwind and find inner peace.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance

Of course, the aroma of this relaxing eye pillow incorporates the calming scent of our Aromatherapy Relaxation Fragrance Oil. This wonderful fragrance includes both fragrance oil notes and essential oils with a soothing blend of freshly picked lavender with juicy citrus notes and a balanced woodsy base.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe

Furthermore, you can use include chamomile flowers in a recipe for the ultimate sunburn relief home remedy that is formulated to reduce pain and support your skin’s natural healing process. Our Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe is a great idea for anyone looking for some sweet sunburn relief. The chamomile flowers have anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to reduce the pain and redness. In fact, each of the herbs in this recipe are known to have qualities that would be helpful for reducing the pain of a sunburn. So, just sit back and relax while these magnificent herbs reduce the burning sensation and help your skin heal sooner!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe 10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe

If you are looking for an alternative for commercial baby powder, then you may want to try out our Natural Baby Powder Recipe! This powder uses a skin loving blend of chamomile and lavender powder with arrowroot powder, too. Plus, you can even add a touch of a fragrance that smells like baby powder to retain that refreshing clean baby scent!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance

If you are interested in having a fresh, clean baby powder scent, then you may want to add a touch of our Baby Powder Fragrance Oil. This wonderful bath and body scent uses a light sensitive aroma that is very similar to the scent of Johnson’s Baby powder aroma. So, your baby will have both the gentle touch of the herbal powder and the soft, clean scent of this scented oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe

Lastly, we have the lovely scent of our Envelope Sachet Recipe. This fantastic room scent recipe uses herbs like chamomile, rose, and thyme that add a true herbal aroma to the recipe. This wonderful, herbal aroma of flowers and thyme blends perfectly with the delightful Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. So, you can create a simple scented recipe for the home or on the go that will provide a fantastic fragrance.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance

Along with the herbs, this homemade sachet recipe uses the lovely aroma of our Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. This fragrance enhances the true herb notes and gives off a wonderful aroma in this sachet recipe. This fragrance has top notes of lovely summer dandelion, refreshing verbena, and soft heliotrope. These notes are followed by middle notes of spring meadows, lily of the valley, and weeping willow. These notes are all resting on base notes of sweet pea blossoms and Kentucky bluegrass.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe

Lastly, you can use the lovely chamomile flowers power to create our Soothing Facial Mask Recipe. This cosmetic facial uses herbs and Vitamin E oil to completely pamper your face. The French green clay will help nourish and cleanse your skin. Further, the Dandelion Root Powder, Comfrey Root Powder, Burdock Root Powder, and Chamomile Flower Powder are perfect for nourishing and softening your skin. Of course, the vitamins and minerals in these herbs will leave your skin feeling absolutely rejuvenated. So, this herbal facial is a perfect recipe for some much needed rest and relaxation.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Growing Chamomile for Tea

Although our cosmetic herbs are sold for cosmetic use only, chamomile tea has many benefits that you may enjoy. There are many that find that drinking this tea can have some benefits. It is thought to help with better sleep, reduce intestinal distress, help with cramps, and so much more! If you are interested, then you may want to try growing your own chamomile for tea right at home. So, check out Growing Chamomile for Tea by Grow a Good Life to learn more about growing this fantastic flower that will be perfect for creating a calming, herbal tea.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us

If you have any more questions about this delightful cosmetic herb, then feel free to reach out to us. We are happy to help you create your very own natural herbal cosmetics recipes! So, you can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, or online to get your questions answered. An easy way for you to find us online is to reach out on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Plus, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Additionally, you can use these platforms to share your ideas! You can share your products or recipes or even display your finished products on our social media.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells herbs, like our Chamomile Flowers, for external use only. Although some people enjoy chamomile tea, we do not sell our herbs as food items. So, the information that we provide about our herbs is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated any of this information. Make sure that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care and attention when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. Also, all of the product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Jun
11

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making


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Natural Exfoliants for Soap MakingNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making

If you want some tips on how to make homemade soap that exfoliates, then you are going to want to check out our list of natural exfoliants for soap making. Whether you are looking for a delicate face scrub or an effective foot scrub, we have the soap making supplies that you need for your handmade soap! These herbal ingredients are great soap supplies because they are natural and have great benefits for the skin!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: What is an Exfoliator?

We know that an exfoliant is an ingredient that some bath and body products have, but what does it do? Well, these exfoliating products contain an ingredient or two that makes them more scrubby. This means that the product will be able to help remove grime and dead skin cells. Basically, an exfoliant is just another way to say skin scrubber! It removes that outer layer of bad stuff that would just get in the way and it leaves the living cells fresh and open for your skin loving bath and body products.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Cosmetic ClaysNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Cosmetic Clays

If you are looking for a gentle and sensitive way to exfoliate your skin, then a cosmetic clay is the way to go. Plus, clay powder is safe to use in facial recipes, as it is gentle enough to care for your face.  So, anyone wondering “How to exfoliate dry skin on face?” should know that this is a great option! These wonderful ingredients are perfect homemade soap making supplies for removing dead skin without causing any harm. After the dead skin is moved out of the way, your product will be able to nourish the new layers below. 

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Bentonite Clay Powder

First, we have the lovely Bentonite Clay Powder for your all natural homemade soap recipes. Not only is this cosmetic clay a light exfoliant, but it is great for helping your soap glide. This glide is due to the slippery texture this soapmaking clay gets when its wet. One soap that benefited from this property was the Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap Recipe, which uses an abundance of different clays to swirl the melt and pour soap.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Rhassoul Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Rhassoul Clay Powder

Another great choice for your soap-making is the Rhassoul Clay Powder. This clay is full of skin-loving minerals and is perfect for helping to cleanse the skin. We used this cosmetic clay in our own recipe, which is the Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Dead Sea Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Dead Sea Clay Powder

Next, you could try out the Dead Sea Clay Powder in your soap recipes. This cosmetic clay is amazing for the skin, as it exfoliates dead skin as well as helps to remove toxins. Further, this soap-making ingredient is full of vitamins and minerals that provide your skin with nourishment. We included this clay in the Mechanics Soap Recipe.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Kaolin White Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Kaolin White Clay Powder

If you have sensitive skin, then Kaolin White Clay Powder is perfect for you. This cosmetic clay is gentle is perfect for removing toxins and dead skin from your body. We used this gentle clay in our Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe, but you can use this ingredient in any kind of bar soap and many kinds of natural cosmetics.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Red Moroccan Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Red Moroccan Clay Powder

Also, you can try out our Red Moroccan Clay Powder. This cosmetic clay is one of the purest forms of clay ever found. Not only does it gently exfoliate, but this cosmetic herb is able to remove toxins from the skin and moisturize! So, this is an amazing ingredient to add to home made soaps.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: French Green Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: French Green Clay Powder

The French Green Clay Powder is most commonly used by health professionals and spas for treating skin conditions, nourishing the skin, and removing impurities. Much of the nutrients for your skin comes from the composition of the clay, which is partially plant material. So, this clay is wonderful for skin care and nourishment.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Rose Clay PowderNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Rose Clay Powder

Pink Clay, or Rose Clay Powder, is another gentle cosmetic clay that contains kaolin, so it is perfect for caring for sensitive skin. Plus, this soaping ingredient is useful for exfoliation, drawing out toxins, and reducing irritation and inflammation. Further, this pretty clay adds a gorgeous, natural color to your homemade soaps.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Whole Flowers and HerbsNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Whole Flowers and Herbs

There are many herbs that you can use to exfoliate your body. Some are more on the abrasive side and others are more delicate, but they all can be used to remove the outer layer of junk on your skin that you just don’t need. Although you can find all of the herbs you need under the Herbs & Spices tab of the NG site, we would like to share some of our favorite herbs to use as exfoliants in our homemade bath and body recipes. Depending on certain properties, like hardness, the exfoliating herbs may have different levels of effectiveness.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Poppy Seeds Whole

On great herb that you can use to create strong scrubs is the Poppy Seeds Whole. These seeds are hard enough to get a good scrub, which is perfect for feet and hands. Also, many people prefer this to salt for their more abrasive scrub recipes because you can use less and get similar results. This means less scrubby feeling with the same benefits. If you want to try this herb in soaps, then check out our Peppered Poppy Seed Cold Process Soap Recipe.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Juniper Berries Whole

Another fun herb that you can add to your homemade soaps is Juniper Berries Whole. These seeds are similar to the poppy seeds in abrasiveness, but they are a bit larger. The size can be used for a different appearance or to increase the exfoliation slightly. While the poppy seeds have a hard protective shell, these larger berries are hard and will be able to exfoliate a bit better. You could use this herb in your feet scrubs instead, or you could even add some of these berries to a recipe that used poppy seeds, too.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Calendula Flowers Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Calendula Flowers

Also, you can use Calendula Flowers in your handcrafted soaps for a lovely, light exfoliant. This is perfect for providing a lighter exfoliation for the body. Plus, this herb has some added benefits of nutrients that are useful for nourishing the skin. We used this lovely herb in our Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe, which is both for decoration and to provide a soft exfoliation for the body.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Lavender Flowers WholeNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Lavender Flowers Whole

Next, we have a fragrant herb that is great for exfoliation, which is the delightful Lavender Flowers Whole. These flower buds provide a more gentle exfoliation that would be perfect for the body. So, your body will feel and smell great! We included this lovely herb in our own recipes like the Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe where we sprinkled Lavender Flowers Whole and Rose Petals Pink on top to provide a surface for exfoliation. Just note that incorporating this flower buds into your cold process soap recipes could result in the lavender turning a brown color. They are still good to use, but they may not match your colors.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Cosmetic SaltNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Fine Cosmetic Salt

Also, you can add on of our cosmetic salts to provide an exfoliant in your homemade soaps. These are on the abrasive side so be sure that you are using your soap on an area that is not sensitive. You can use Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground, Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground. or Dead Sea Salt High Minerals Fine Ground to add some nice exfoliating power to your homemade recipes. We have used fine ground salt in recipes like the Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe and it turned out great!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Ingredients from Around the HouseNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Ingredients from Around the House

While there are many wonderful cosmetic grade ingredients at Natures Garden that you can include in your home made soap recipes, there are some ingredients you can find around the house that are perfect for exfoliation. If you don’t have a specific herb in mind, then you might as well try out the idea with something from home. There are even some instances where these house hold ingredients pair perfectly with your fragrance oil. Take a look at our ideas for homemade exfoliants and see what you think!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Oatmeal Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Oatmeal

One way that you can have a soap that exfoliates naturally is by adding oatmeal. Embedding a bit of this ingredient into your soap will help you to scrub dead skin and toxins from your skin. Plus, you can change the intensity of the scrubbing power by different amounts of grinding. This means that coarse ground oatmeal will be more scrubby than fine ground oatmeal, which would be very mild.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Coffee Grounds

Another way to naturally exfoliate is by adding fresh ground coffee to your recipe. We did this in our Coffee Melt and Pour Soap Recipe and it turned out great.  Not only do the coffee grounds provide some mild exfoliation power, but the scent blends beautifully with the fragrance oil. We included a Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil along with the real coffee ground and was blown away by the authenticity of the scent.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Granulated Sugar Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Granulated Sugar

Next, you can use some granulated sugar in your various homemade soap recipes. While this ingredient won’t make your scrubs as abrasive as a salt scrub, the sugar is great for exfoliation! One melt and pour recipe idea we had with this ingredient is the Gumdrop Melt and Pour Soap Recipe, which make it lightly exfoliating and looking cute!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Coconut FlakesNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Coconut Flakes

Another fun idea for exfoliants is using coconut flakes in your homemade soap recipes. This would be perfect for soaps that use tropical fragrance oils, like the Coconut Craziness Fragrance Oil or the Coco Mango Fragrance Oil. This natural exfoliant would pair perfectly with these scents to create a perfect tropical themed soap.

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Natural LoofahNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Natural Loofah

Also, you can include your own loofah in your homemade soap recipes. This is perfect for creating homemade body soap. If you don’t have one yet, you could buy a Natural Loofah from the Natures Garden website. We included our loofahs in a few melt and pour soap ideas. Both the Loofah Honey Melt and Pour Soap Recipe and the Mango Loofah Melt and Pour Soap Recipe are great soap recipe for exfoliating dead skin while cleaning!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: What are the Benefits of Exfoliating?Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: What are the Benefits of Exfoliating?

We have all heard what an exfoliator is and looked at different types exfoliation, but what is it good for? While you don’t want to exfoliate every day, doing it a couple times a week can have a lot of great benefits for your skin! This is useful for reducing blemishes, unclogging pores, solving ingrown hairs, and so much more! If you are interested in learning about these benefits and others in a bit more detail, then take a look at The Importance and Benefits Of Skin Exfoliation article by Truly Scrumptious Beauty!

Natural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Find Us OnlineNatural Exfoliants for Soap Making: Find Us Online

If you want a few more ideas for exfoliants, then check out the list of Exfoliants In Soaps & Other Bath Products from our Exfoliant Class. Also, you can ask us any other questions that you may have about adding exfoliation to bath and body products. You can ask us in the store, on the phone, or online. If you want to reach out online, then I would suggest either Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), or Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon!

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!

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09

Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil


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Watercress and Aloe Fragrance OilWatercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

The pinnacle of refreshing and invigorating lies within Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden!  Unwind with this relaxing spa scent.  Green notes, citrus, and soothing aloe combine to make a fragrance so uplifting, you’ll be jumping for joy!  In addition, this versatile scent is perfect for all applications because the bright aroma is energizing and invigorating, but the delicate soothing notes make this a wonderful spa type aroma.  This versatility has probably contributed to this scent being a Best Seller!  Give Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil a try today!

What Does Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is an inspiring spa scent!  This unique, distinguished blend begins with subtle top notes of lemon rind and fresh palm leaves.  Middle notes of fresh watercress and aloe create the heart of this fragrance, while soothing base notes of jasmine and eucalyptus round off this rich spa scent. A Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

A bath and body line that offers this serene spa scent will be a hit with your customers!  Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil creates a wide range of uplifting, refreshing products!  Bath bombs, gels, and oils perform nicely when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  Handmade perfumes perform well with this fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions can be created using  this fragrance Oil.  We recommend lotion recipes use no more than 5% fragrance oil.  Homemade cleaning recipes can also be created using a maximum of 5%.

Those making soap can use 5% fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap, or cold process soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that this fragrance oil is wonderful to use in CP soap!  There was no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  Especially relevant, the cured soap did not discolor and had a very strong scent retention!  If you wish to color your bath and body products, you may use yellow and green liquid soap dye in the amount that satisfies you.  Remember not to use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

How Do Our Customers Use Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Watercress and Aloe is an invigorating scent that sets a refreshing mood in room scenting products.  Also, those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in their projects.  You can use this spa scent in incense and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma beads.

Lastly, candles and wax tarts can be made using up to 10% fragrance with vegetable and paraffin wax.  It does nicely in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and even Pillar of Bliss Wax.  If you wish to color your candles, we recommend using 4 drops of yellow and one drop of green liquid candle dye.  If you prefer color blocks though, you can also shred a small amount of yellow and green color blocks into your melted wax.  Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

 

Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil MP Soap RecipeGet started with this uplifting spa scent by making a smooth, refreshing soap!  Our free recipe for Chamomile Clay Soap will surely leave you refreshed and invigorated.  This melt and pour soap recipe incorporates rhassoul clay and real chamomile flowers.