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Jun
08

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes


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Cocoa Butter Soap RecipesCocoa Butter Soap Recipes

If you are wondering how to make homemade soap, then we may want to check out our cocoa butter soap recipes. These easy homemade soap recipes all use our Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap base and have detail instructions on how to recreate these soap recipes. Also, these recipes are perfect for any of our customers that are just looking for some inspiration. These inventive recipes are sure to get your creative juices flowing and ready for soap-making. Plus, we have some unique and fun soap recipes that may spark an idea for your own recipes. So, lets get started with these fun recipes for melt and pour soap wholesale.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

First, we have a delicious loaf of soap that looks just like a dessert! So, if you are interested in making soap that both smell and look scrumptious, then this recipe will help you learn how to make dessert soaps. Our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe uses melt and pour soap base and whipped soap base to create a rolled soap loaf that will have your mouth watering. Plus, this recipe includes real cocoa powder in the chocolate layer, which is perfect for adding a natural color that is authentic and this herb enhances the chocolate scent. Another fantastic point is that real chocolate includes cocoa butter and cocoa power, too. So, this loaf of soap will be that much more delicious!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil

Plus, this herb adds to the scent of the Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil, which starts with a rich dark chocolate aroma that intertwines with the freshly ripened raspberry notes for the fragrance signature. Then, the Green tones create a natural appeal for the overall character, while a generous base of velvet musk and sweet vanilla completes this delicious scent. Not only is this scent absolutely scrumptious, but this delightful aroma is a perfect match for our yummy soap recipe. 

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Bath Cookies RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Bath Cookies Recipe

Next, we have a simple and fun bath and body recipe! Anyone that has made Christmas cookies around the holidays will know how much joy they bring. So, we wanted to take this wonderful energy and create the delightful Christmas Bath Cookies Recipe, which is basically a super fizzy bath bomb recipe. Plus, this recipe uses herbs, kaolin clay, and skin-loving oils to create a recipe that will really care for your kin. Plus, you will use your hands to form cookie shapes. This means that you aren’t going to need a soap mold. Then, the melt and pour soap is used to frost the top of this sugar cookie bath product, which you can top with festive sprinkles. Such a simple recipe that is perfect for anyone looking for easy homemade soap recipes!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Cookies Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil

Appropriately, our Christmas cookie bath fizzies were scented with the Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil. In fact, we were inspired by the tasty aroma of this fragrance to create something that was fun and yummy. There’s nothing more fun on Christmas than festive cookies fresh from the oven. Our fragrance captures the essence of this moment with an aroma that smells just like a freshly-baked batch of buttery Christmas Cookies that is decorated with sweet vanilla frosting. It is just such a perfect cookie aroma for this bath recipe!

Pistachio Pudding Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Also, you can use this melt and pour soap base to create some delicious dessert soaps. We used the cocoa butter melt and pour soap along with diamond clear and a whipped soap base to make our Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. We used some melt and pour soap to create layers that perfectly matched a real slice of pistachio pudding!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil

For this super cute recipe we used the delicious scent of Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil.  This fragrance has the aroma of pistachio nuts, almonds, sweet honey, heliotrope, and creamy vanilla custard. So, you can have a melt and pour soap recipe that smells and looks just like the real thing!

Cherry Chocolate Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Chocolate Soap Recipe

Next, we have a cherry chocolate soap recipe that is perfect for creating cute little guest soaps that are sure to start a conversation. These soaps are unique and scrumptious. The scent of the strong cherry fragrance mixed with the true chocolate scent of cocoa powder makes for an unforgettable soap that you are sure to love!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Fragrance Oil

Another reason why this recipe is so delicious is because of the Cherry Fragrance Oil! Anyone that enjoys cherries is going to adore this fragrance, as it has the undeniable aroma fresh tart red cherries. Plus, it is very strong!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Another on of our fun and easy homemade soap recipes is the Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. If you have ever wanted to swirl melt and pour soap, then you know that it can be hard! While cold process soap can be used to create some gorgeous swirls, melt and pour sometimes blends instead of swirling.

But, have no fear because there is a trick for swirling melt soap that is fairly simple. All you have to do is add cosmetic clay to you soap and they will allow you to create pretty swirled soaps! We included rose clay, which is referred to as pink clay, and kaolin clay because they are both gentle, skin loving clays. Plus, we used Cocoa Powder as a natural colorant and to add to the chocolate scent of the fragrance oil. This is a fun soap recipe to create and you can even use this swirling technique in your other melt and pour soap recipes!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil

Another great scent to add to your soap making supplies is this aroma blend of sweet, juicy strawberry and decadent chocolate. This delicious blend is a great Valentines day scent, but would be perfect for all year round, too. Our Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil has hints of orange liquor that  are used to accent the sweet fruity tones of this luscious dessert scent. Then, the juicy red strawberry scent is blended with a creamy milk chocolate aroma, sweet vanilla creme, and rich maple combine to create a decadent dessert scent.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Next, we have a soap making recipe that would be perfect to use for guest soaps. They are big enough to last a few washes and the batch makes a whole bunch, so you will be all set for hosting! Our Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe creates about 24 little bars of soap that will really care for the skin. We included ingredients that are sure to help care for the skin. We added sugar to exfoliate the skin and luscious oil to moisturize, too. Furthermore, the strong aroma of true vanilla powder is perfect for heightening the scent of the fragrance oil.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance Oil

The NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance Oil is another one of our fabulous fragrance oils! This sweet scent blends perfectly with the aroma of the added vanilla powder as it is a warm aroma of vanilla with a musky background notes. This oil scent is a lovely blend that is simple and sweet.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe

Another great recipe that uses Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap is the Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe. Since this soap base is moisturizing and full of great ingredients, it is safe to use on the face. Another important part about this recipe is that it is unscented, as fragrance oils may lead to break outs on the face. So, this lovely soap recipe is perfect for getting  squeaky clean while caring for you skin.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Next, we have a soap that look like macaroons! These yummy treats come in so many different flavors, so you can mix up the coloring to create the type of macaron soap that you want! Also, you could even add color to the filling if you wanted. So, try out the yummy Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe! For each cookie we used a Mini Sugar Cookie Mold to create two colored cookies and filled them with fluffy whipped soap.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Almond Macaroon Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Almond Macaroon Fragrance Oil

In these bright macaroons we used the Almond Macaroon Fragrance Oil. If you wanted, you could scent each of your differently colored cookies with a different scent. However, we enjoyed this tasty almond cookie scent. The aroma starts with notes of sweet orange and toasted almonds. Next, the scent carries a bakery aroma with warm cookie and toasted nut. Lastly, the base of this scent is a Vanilla bean, which sweetens the cookie tones and finishes the gourmand treat.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Soap Frosting RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Soap Frosting Recipe

Another great way that you can use make and pour soap base is the Soap Frosting Recipe. This fun recipe allows you to create a whipped frosting that can be used for all kinds of dessert recipes. Whether you want to create a soap cupcake, frosted cookie soap, or make a fluffy filling, this recipe is perfect! Plus, you can switch out the cocoa butter soap base with any of your favorite MP soap types.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Buttercream Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Buttercream Fragrance Oil

Since this recipe is used to make a white frosting, we decided to use our Buttercream Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has an aroma that is a sweet, creamy buttercream frosting with a touch of vanilla. While this sweet dessert scent is perfect for creating frosting, you can change the scent to match your own recipes.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe

This next melt and pour soap recipe reminds me of those yummy cake pops! Moist, fluffy cake surrounded by smooth, rich chocolate all bit sized and on a stick. If you want to learn how to make soap cake pops, then this may be a good recipe to start with! Later, you could use this idea to create all kinds of cute cake pop soaps. So, try out our Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe! We used a silicone soap mold and lollipop sticks to create little soap bars that look just like a bite sized cake. Such a simple recipe that will leave you with some fantastic melt and pour soaps.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance Oil

If you love chocolate, then this next soap making fragrance is perfect for you! This is a complex and delicious scent that will having you inspired to create soap beautiful homemade soaps. The Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance Oil is a combination of lemon, orange, bergamot and mandarin top notes. Then, notes of lily of the valley and coriander are added to unmistakable notes of sweet chocolate, which is enveloped in warm vanilla and musk. Such a gorgeously complex chocolate scent oil.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: What's a Cake PopCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: What’s a Cake Pop

If you have never made or eaten a cake pop, then you may be thinking “What is a Cake Pop?” They are a bit sized cakes that are surrounded by frosting and on a convenient stick. Divas Can Cook has a great recipe for creating Cake Pops. If you are interested, check out their recipe How to Make Cake Pops … Easily!!! There are tips for beginners and a full recipe to create these little cake treats!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Find Us On Social MediaCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Find Us On Social Media

You hope that you have found some melt and pour soap recipes that you enjoy! If you have any questions or run into any problems, then you can reach out to use at Natures Garden. Of course, you can always stop in or call the the store during business hours. Additionally, you can reach out to us on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Also, these would be perfect places to share with us your favorite recipes or even your own creations. We hope to hear from you soon!

May
30

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes


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Our Favorite Bath and Body RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes

There is quite a bit that you have to consider when you come up with a new bath and body recipe. This process includes the type of product, the ingredients, a fragrance oil, and the bath and body packaging. Sometimes it is sure to be overwhelming. So, we at Natures Garden have created all kinds of ideas to get you started and help you along the way. If you are looking for a new idea, then feel free to check out a few of our favorite bath and body recipes

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Melt and Pour Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

If you are looking for a simple and fun way to make soap, then a Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is perfect for you. This an especially great place to start is you don’t know how to make soap. Melt and pour soap allows you to spend more time on the appearance of your soaps, so you can end up with some gorgeous bars. So, here are a few of our favorite melt and pour soap ideas.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

First, we have a delicious soap recipe that is sure to make your mouth water! Our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe is a simple melt and pour soap recipe that is sure to wow. The dark chocolate and raspberry blend in the Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil perfectly matches the beautiful dessert soap.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow MP Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow MP Soap Recipe

Next, we have a soap recipe that uses all the colors of the rainbow to create some amazing bars of soap! The Rainbow MP Soap Recipe has the soft vanilla scent of our Angel Wings Fragrance Oil. Plus, rainbows and clouds are perfect to create a beautiful bar of soap.

 

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bamboo Hemp Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe

The Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe is a simpler mp recipe that is still beautiful. This recipe uses layered soap and the star anise herb to create a elegant, rustic soap design in each bar. Plus, these bars include the scent of our green, herbal Bamboo Hemp Fragrance Oil

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Cold Process Soap RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Cold Process Soap Recipes

Next, we have our Cold Process Soap Recipes. While this method of soaping is a bit more in depth, it allows you to control all the ingredients that are going into your bars. So, these are great for creating soap that has exactly what you want and leaves out what you don’t. If you are interested, then gather your soap making supplies and check out some great cp soap ideas.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe

Our Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe is a chocolaty soap recipe that is made with amazing ingredients. Not only does this soap include oil and butters that will nourish your skin, but there is real cocoa powder adding to this yummy brownie soap. This true scent blends perfectly with the aroma of ooey gooey brownies from the Hot Fudge Brownies Fragrance Oil.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Blackberry Sage Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe

Another fantastic cold process recipe is the Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe. This soap uses skin-loving oils and butters along with the scrumptious scent of our Blackberry Sage Fragrance Oil. Plus, the soap was designed to perfectly match the beautifully complex aroma of this fragrance.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe

Turn water and wine into soap with our Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe! This fun soap recipe is perfect for anyone that enjoys wine. While this recipe uses skin loving ingredients like many great lotion recipes, it has real wine incorporated into batch. Plus, this recipe goes perfectly with the scent of our Merlot Wine Fragrance Oil!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Balms and Body ButterOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Balms and Body Butter

Also, Balms & Body Butter Recipes are great for skin care! Hydrating your skin is the best thing you can do your it. So, when your skin is dry or damaged you will want to have recipes that are moisturizing enough to really sink in and care for you skin.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe

One of the best lotion recipes is our Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe. Not only is this recipe wonderful for moisturizing the skin, but it smells fantastic! The scent oil for this recipe , Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance Oil, is a sweetly delicious blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hydrating Hand Stick RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe

This next recipe is useful and convenient! Our Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe uses empty chapstick tubes to hold our moisturizing lotion recipe. So, you can easily carry around hand lotion that can be applied anywhere! Plus, you don’t have to worry about any messy cream because this recipe glides right on.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lotion & Cream RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lotion & Cream Recipes

Another great option for skin care are Lotion & Cream Recipes. These are perfect for daily hydration and skin care that will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe

If you enjoy the scent of fresh brewed coffee, then this is a great lotion recipe for you. In fact, our Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe infuses real coffee into the water portion! Plus, the fresh coffee aroma blends with the Fresh Brewed Coffee- WORLDS BEST Fragrance Oil to create an unforgettable scent. So, this scrumptious coffee lotion is perfect for adding some everyday hydration and a yummy aroma.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natural Facial Night Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe

Further, you can use the Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe to care for some of the most sensitive skin. Even though you can’t put just any lotion on your face, you don’t want  to forget to care for your facial skin! Since we would never use fragrance oils on the face, we decided to incorporate real Calendula flowers to offer a light aroma. So, this light and gentle recipe is perfect for moisturizing your skin without blocking your pores.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Bomb RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Bomb Recipes

Another fun idea for bath and body recipes are bath bombs. Our Bath Bomb Recipes are fun. fizzy, and smell delicious. So, they are perfect for taking a nice, relaxing bath experience that is perfect for unwinding after a long day.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe

One gorgeous bath bomb recipe idea is our Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe. Firstly, this cute recipe uses an ice cream scooper to make little bath fizzie ice cream scoops! Not only are these bath bombs cute, but they have the scent of our Rainbow Sherbet Fragrance Oil. So, your fizzy bath bomb recipe is sure to be absolutely adorable all across the board!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe

Another great choice for the bath is the Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe. This relaxing bath and body recipe uses herbs and oils that will nourish and soften your skin. Plus, the spa-like scent of our Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil is perfect for a relaxing bath.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Giraffe Bubble Bars RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe

Another fun and fizzy craft is the Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe. These ares are slightly different than bath bombs, but are just as fun! While they will still fizz in water, bubble bars can take on some different shapes, like this roll. Plus, this recipe takes it a step further by making the outside a giraffe pattern. It’s such a fun bath recipe!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Time RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Time Recipes

Also, we have some miscellaneous recipes that we think are perfect for bath time. Our Bath Time Recipes come in a wide range of types. Some are fun for kids to play with in the bath and others are perfect for you to use when relaxing in the tub. But there is something for everyone’s bath time!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Monster Bath Cookies RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Monster Bath Cookies Recipe

First, we have a fun recipe for kids to enjoy during bath time! Our Monster Bath Cookies Recipe uses cosmetic ingredients that care for the skin as well as a scented oil, Magic Potion Fragrance Oil, that floral and fruity aroma. Plus, even the eyes will melt away in the bath. So, there is no worries about clean up after playing with some fizzy monsters.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe

We can’t forget about our own bath time. We all know that self care and relaxation is important to both health and peace of mind. So, we created the Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe to moisturize and care for your body as you just sit back and get some well deserved relaxation!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe

Also, the Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe is a perfect bath product for the summer! Nothing is worse than ending a wonderful sunny day with a painful burn. So, we created an herbal recipe that you can use to help reduce the stinging pain of sun burn.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Scrub RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Scrub Recipes

Also, we have our delightful scrub recipes to choose from! We have sugar scrubs, salt scrubs, and even some with herbs. Plus, these exfoliating ingredients are always paired with moisturizing ingredients that are sure to care for your skin!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe

The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe is another fantastic scrub recipe that would be perfect for skin care. The sugar scrub uses luxurious oils and butters to care for your newly exfoliated skin. Plus, the amazing scent of the Acai Berry Fragrance Oil uses a unique tropical berry aroma with fruity, floral, and woodsy notes to create a fantastic scrub recipe.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Pink Lemonade Scrub RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe

Another fun bath and body recipe is the Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe. This emulsified sugar scrub is perfect for exfoliating the dead skin and moisturizing the new skin underneath. Further, this delicious scrub uses the mouth-watering scent of sweet lemonade with fresh raspberries, and a unique touch of lavender from our Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe

Also, you can try out the lovely Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe. This recipe is perfect for light exfoliation and luscious hydration while you are shaving. So, this recipe will help protect your legs and leave them feeling fantastic. Plus, the glamorous aroma of  Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil adds to the high quality feeling of this recipe.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natures Garden Facebook Page

Another fun place to check out to get more bath and body recipe ideas is the NG Facebook page. In our posts you can find gorgeous homemade recipes from other crafters, our recipes, and NG updates! While our recipes come with instructions, other customer recipes won’t. However, it is always fun to admire other bath and body products and maybe get inspiration to make your very own recipes.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Reach Out to UsOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these bath and body recipe ideas! If you want to look for even more, you can check out the Free Classes and Recipes page of our website. We have all kinds of bath and body recipes. Plus, you can find all of the wholesale bath and body supplies that you need. If you have any questions about your bath and body recipes, then feel free to reach out to us! One easy way to find us is on social media, which includes Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).

May
23

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?


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What Is Melt and Pour Soap?What Is Melt and Pour Soap?

Some of our newbie customers have been curious and asking, What Is Melt and Pour Soap? So, we are going to talk a little bit about use, ingredients, and some simple recipes that are perfect for beginners. Melt and pour is the simplest way to have some fun with soap and create beautiful bath and body products that are great for your skin. If you have never tried MP soap, then you are really in for a treat. This product can be used to create anything from fun soaps like the Happy Hippo Soap Crayons Recipe to gorgeous recipes like the scrumptious Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe. No matter what recipe or soap mold you start out with, you are sure to have a create time creating something unique and great for your skin.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: How Do You Use Melt and Pour Soap?What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: How Do You Use Melt and Pour Soap?

One of the absolute best parts of Melt and Pour Soap is that it is super easy to use! All you need to do is cut and heat. Since the base is perforated, you can easily cut a few squares, each weighing about an ounce, off the block. Then, you can put these in a microwave safe bowl and heat them in thirty second intervals. Just make sure that you stir your soap in between these intervals. After it has been melted you can add about 0.5 to 1 tablespoon of fragrance oil to your soap depending on the usage. Further, you can color you melted base and use soap molds to create exactly what you want!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Melt and Pour Soap KitWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Melt and Pour Soap Kit

If you are just getting into the whole thing of making melt and pour soap, then you may want to try out our Melt and Pour Soap Kit. This kit will come with all of the ingredients that you need to create soap melt and pour soaps. You can choose between Goat’s Milk and Ultra Clear MP soap base. Also, you relieve all four of the following unique fragrance oils; Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil, Best Friends Fragrance Oil, Oatmeal Milk and Honey Fragrance Oil, and a lovely Lavender Fragrance Oil. Plus, you even receive both red and blue soap dyes, which you can use to make red, blue, or even purple soaps! Finally, you will receive two soap molds to choose between, which are the decorative oval and the angel heart molds.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap? What is Melt and Pour Soap Made of?What Is Melt and Pour Soap? What is Melt and Pour Soap Made of?

Melt and Pour Soap is made of 50% soap and 50% solvents to create a luxurious bar of soap that is able to be reshaped and crafted. Although MP soap contains soap and has the same properties, some melt and pour soaps are actually classified as “cosmetic products” by the FDA. This classification change is for MP soap that use detergents to enhance the quality, performance, or clarity of the bars. 

All of the MP soap bases contain a few of the same ingredients, which are Glycerin, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Cocoate, and Coconut oil. The Glycerin is put in to attract moisture to your skin and actually have a higher percentage of glycerin than many store bought soaps that will dry your skin. Also, the Sodium Stearate, Sodium Myristate, and Sodium Cocoate are all cleansing agents in the soap. Then, the coconut oil is added to each soap base to ensure that it has enriching oils that care for the skin. Additionally, all of the white soap bases use some titanium dioxide to maintain the color.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

While there are some ingredients that remain constant in all MP soap bases, the Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap base has a few ingredients that set it apart from the rest. This soap base contains Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, and Cocoa Butter, which are all wonderful for skin care and keeping your skin feeling refreshed. Plus, this base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. One fun and simple recipe that you can create using this melt and pour soap base is the Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe. This will exfoliate, cleanse, and moisturize your skin all in one bar!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Goat's Milk Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Next, we have the Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap with ingredients that will take great care of your skin. This recipe includes both Sunflower Oil and Palm Oil. Also, this soap base doesn’t use detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. Furthermore, this soap base recipe includes goat’s milk, which is known for providing skin with a youthful glow! One simple and effective way to utilize this wonderful soap is our Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe. This recipe is cute, simple, and so much fun to create!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Another option for soap making is the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap base. This MP soap base includes some different ingredients that make the bar that much more effective, which include detergents so be sure to label accordingly. Both the Sodium Laureth Sulfate and the Sodium Laurate are used in soaps to increase the lather, so this bar is sure to suds up! The Triethanolamine in this soap base reduces the surface tension of water, emulsifies the oils and water, and balances the PH of the bar. The Propylene Glycol is in the soap base to retain moisture and emulsify the oils and water. One fun recipe that you can create using this soap base is the Salt Water Taffy Soap Recipe, which uses four vibrant colors to create some adorable salt water taffy soaps!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Hemp Oil Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Hemp Oil Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Also, the lovely Hemp Oil Melt and Pour Soap has some other skin loving ingredients that not every soap base has. These unique ingredients are Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, and Hemp Oil, which are added to help moisturize and care for your skin. Plus, this MP soap base doesn’t use detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. You can use this soap base in the Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe, which uses two layers of soap and some star anise to create a beautifully rustic soap recipe. This is a simple way to make an elegant design for you soaps.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Another fun soap base that you can try in your own homemade cosmetic recipes is the Mango Butter Melt and Pour Soap Melt and Pour Soap. If you are looking for some great melt and pour soap making supplies, then you may want to give this a try. The Mango Butter soap base includes luscious Mango Butter, Palm Oil, and Sunflower Oil along with the typical mp soap ingredients. Further, this soap base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. Also, you can include this skin loving soap in recipes like the Mango Loofah Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. So, you will be able to create a gorgeous bar of soap quickly and simply!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Also, you can create some fun soaps with the Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap base. This soap base contains some additional ingredients, like Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, and Oat Kernal, which care for and are gentle with your skin. Plus, this soap base doesn’t contain any added detergents, no SLS, and is completely gluten free. An easy recipe that you can create with this sensitive soap base is the Pooch Smooch Solid Shampoo Bar Recipe. All you have to do is melt the soap, mix the ingredients, and pour it all into the mold. Then, you will have some soap that is gentle and cleansing enough for your precious pup!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Additionally, you can use the Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap to create some wonderful bath and body products! This soap base uses Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, and Shea Butter that are perfect for replenishing the skin. Another bonus is that this base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. Plus, you can use this soap base to create simple and effective recipes like the Shaving Soap for Sensitive Skin Recipe!

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: SLS Free Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: SLS Free Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Another great option for soap making is the SLS Free Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap. This soap base is perfect for anyone that wants to use diamond clear, but needs something more moisturizing. The Sodium Laurate provides a light lather. The Triethanolamine in this soap base reduces the surface tension of water, emulsifies, and balances the PH. The Propylene Glycol is there to retain moisture and emulsify. Also, the Sorbitol  improves clarity of the soap and m moisturizes. Since this recipe uses detergents to enhance the bar, you need  to label the ingredients on your finished products. We used this skin loving cosmetic product in our fun and simple crayon soap recipe.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Yogurt Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Yogurt Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Next, take a look at the Yogurt Melt and Pour Soap base. It includes Palm Oil and Sunflower Oil nourish the skin. Further, this soap base uses real yogurt to pamper your body. Plus, this base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. You can use this soap base in the delightful Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe to create products with quality ingredients that are sure to care for your body and leave you feeling fantastic.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

Another good soap base you can use is the Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap. This recipe includes Sunflower Oil, Palm Oil, and Soya Milk, which are all great for skin care! Furthermore, this base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. You can include this lovely soap base in the Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe.The cleansing power of this soap base combined with the Pink Himalayan Salt and luxurious oils is perfect for a nice soak in the bath. 

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Honey Melt and Pour Soap IngredientsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Honey Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients

The Honey Melt and Pour Soap is another great soap base that has some skin loving ingredients. This MP soap has Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, and some actual honey added to the typical recipe. You can tell that the ingredient is actual honey because the color of the soap changes. This change is dependent on the types of flowers that are available for the bees, so  this can change based on the season and location. Additionally, this soap base has sorbital, which is used to improve the clarity of the base. Another positive is that this base doesn’t use any detergents, is SLS free, and is gluten free. Also, you can use this wonderful base to create some wonderful homemade recipes with this Melt and Pour Soap, like the Loofah Honey Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This recipe is a fun, simple way to create some moisturizing and exfoliating soaps!

If you are curious about the color of honey, then check out what the National Honey Board has to say about Honey Color and Flavor.

What Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Talk to UsWhat Is Melt and Pour Soap?: Talk to Us

We hope that all of our new soap makers out there were able to learn something from our MP soap blog. If any of you have questions about things we didn’t cover, then feel free to talk to us. We are always happy to answer a question. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we are available on both Instagram and Twitter and you can find us with @ngscents.

May
08

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?


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Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?

A few of our customers have had the following question on their mind; Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? So, we decided to explain each one to be able to compare them better. Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils have a variety of different scents that are able to set the perfect mood regardless of whether you need some relaxing aromatherapy or a jazzy pick me up scent.

While both are great for adding scents to you body products or homemade candles, they have a few key differences. This forces us to categorize them differently. Personally, I use and love both types of scented oils. I find that each is perfect for certain recipes. Essential Oils have a more pure, true scent that I love for facial products, while fragrance oils are more fun and unique, which is irresistible in lotions and soaps. So, let’s talk about what makes them each perfectly unique!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance OilsIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils

Fragrance oils are a blend of many scents that work together to create a fantastic aroma. A purfumist will create three distinct parts for a single fragrance oil. These scented oils have top notes, middle notes, and base notes. So, they will have each of these layers crafted to perfectly complement one another to make an unforgettable scent.

First, the top notes are the most volatile notes. So, these are the first notes to evaporate and reach your nose, which will provide you with the initial burst of scent. The top notes can be things like citrus oils and light, aromatic ingredients. Next, we have the middle notes of the fragrance oil and the heart of your aroma. These notes are noticeable throughout most of the fragrance oil’s life time and creates what is called the “fragrance signature”. It is typical to have notes like floral, spice or fruit tones in this layer. Lastly, we have the base notes that are the longest lasting scents of the scented oil. These notes provide rich, deep scents that last long after the top notes and middle notes have evaporated. This layer may contain notes like are musk, vanilla, resins and woods. These bursting layers blend together perfectly to create a fragrance oil that smells fantastic from beginning to end!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Fragrance Oils Bad For You?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Fragrance Oils Bad For You?

Fragrance Oils aren’t bad for you. In fact, there are fragrance oils that contain essential oils in them. For example, our Rosemary Fragrance Oil contains high levels of the rosemary essential oil. The only difference between the two is that the fragrance oil contains notes of camphoraceous eucalyptus and coriander along with the essential oil to round our the cool, crisp herbal aroma. These wonderfully herbal notes were created synthetically to enrich the overall scent of our fragrance oil and without these notes the fragrance oil wouldn’t be as delightfully complex.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils for Bath and BodyIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils for Bath and Body

One great way to use a complex fragrance oil is creating bath and body products that will nourish the body and leave you smelling fantastic. We used the Chocolate Raspberry Chocolate Drizzle Fragrance Oil to create our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe and it was absolutely delicious. So, you just determine how much fragrance oil can be used in your recipe and get to crafting. You can easily figure out which fragrance oils can be used on the body and their usage rate by checking the Fragrance Oil IFRA Certificate. Also, you can find our personal suggestion for usage rates in the written portion on the same page. When we determine our recommend usage rate, we take into consideration the integrity of the product. So, what do I mean by that?  Some fragrance oils have very high usage rates.  So, let’s say you are looking at a fragrance oil and the IFRA Certificate said you could go as high as 50% fragrance oil when using that particular scented oil.  If we were to say we recommend 50% in your soap, you will end up with come very mushy soap.  So, when we make these recommendations, we test to determine how much you can use and still have a beautifully well made finished product. However, you can make this judgement for yourself and test them in your own products.

Typically, you can’t use fragrance oils that have a high concentration of spice notes in large amounts. In fact, some are not safe for bath and body products. But, this is also the case with spice essential oils, like Star Anise, as well. It just means that these types of scents are more likely to irritate the skin, so it is recommended to be cautious with these scents.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils in Scented CandlesIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils in Scented Candles

Candle making is the perfect way to use any fragrance oil. You can use all of the Natures Garden fragrance oils to create homemade candles. While you can use all of our fragrance oils in diy candles, there are some that we would highly recommend using. Our Top Candle Scents  are some of the strongest fragrance oils for candles and are sure to pick up the mood in a room. One of these strong room scenting fragrances was used to create our Spring Smelly Jelly Recipe. In this recipe the scent of a freshly blooming lilac bush from the Lilac Fragrance Oil was a strong, pure aroma that was irresistible.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils Can Be CheaperIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils Can Be Cheaper

In addition to being a more complex alternative to essential oils, fragrance oils are often cheaper than essential oils. Sometimes an essential oil is just way too expensive for daily use, so we are able to turn to a fragrance oil for an alternative. First, you can take an essential oil and combine it with other notes. This way you will still enjoy the scent of the essential oil, but you will need slightly less of the essential oil.

Another option for perfumes is creating a scent that smells just like the essential oil. This is perfect for the essential oils that would be extremely expensive. One example of this is Moonlight Tuberose Fragrance Oil. While the Tuberose Essential Oil is extremely expensive, it is possible to create a fragrance oil that contains the scent of Tuberose for much cheaper. So, you are able enjoy the aroma in this complex scent in your homemade recipes all the time!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Essential OilsIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Essential Oils

Essential oils are created by extracting the essence of natural elements. These elements can be flowers, spices, woods, or even herbs. So, a single essential oil will have the pure scent of the natural element it came from. So, you won’t have too much complexity in the aroma of your essential oils. For example, in Cinnamon Leaf Ceylon Essential Oil you only have the scent of Cinnamon and in Apple Jack Peel the cinnamon is used as a middle note among many other scents. This means you can have the herbal scent of Lavender Essential Oil or the citrus scent of Tangerine California Essential Oil, but you won’t have any of the top notes or base notes to support your scent. While you can mix a few of these essential oils together to create an essential oil blend, these blends are not as complex as many fragrance oils. This means that essential oils are perfect for creating homemade products with a simple, elegant aroma.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Essential Oils Natural?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Essential Oils Natural?

Since essential oils are taken from natural elements and not created synthetically, they are natural. Most often, essential oils are extracted by a process called steam distillation. This involves putting the flower, plant, or herb into a still containing pressurized steam. Eventually, the cell walls burst and release the essence of this natural element. After, this essence is shocked with cool water. This mixture of essential oil and water will separate over time, which allows manufacturers to harvest the essential oil. Many believe that this method is the best to produce high quality essential oil. If you would like to learn about any of the other methods for extracting essential oils, then check out our Essential Oil Class!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Can You Use Essential Oils to Make Soap?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Can You Use Essential Oils to Make Soap?

You absolutely can use essential oils for soap making! In fact, you can use most essential oils on the skin. So, we can include these essential oils in recipes for soap, lotion, and any other kind of bath and body product you want to create, too. We have used both the Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil and the Patchouli Essential Oil to create the herbal Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe.

You just need to make sure that you check the  IFRA Certificate for your essential oil to see what the usage rate is for your recipe. The PDF for the certificate is a blue color. The PDF certificate like is on the right side of the page of the essential oil that you are looking at. Just like fragrance oils, you can only use essential oils  in certain percentage rates. For example, you can only use Star Anise Essential Oil at a 0.1% rate for all bath and body recipes. Also, you can use the Bergamot Italian Rectified Essential Oil at a 5% rate for body products like soap and lotion, but only a 2% rate for nails or hair care products.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? : Can You Add Essential Oils to a Candle?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? : Can You Add Essential Oils to a Candle?

You can use Essential Oils to create some fantastic natural candles! While these candles won’t have the complex top notes or lingering base notes, essential oils are perfect for those that enjoy pure scents. We recommend using soy wax though.  Essential oils will not blend with paraffin waxes. If you have a favorite natural essential oil, then you will absolutely love a soy candle made with it. You just have to be cautious of a few things. First, you need to add your scent at a temperature below its flash point. Otherwise, the scent may evaporate immediately. You can find the flash point on the IFRA Certificate for each essential oil, which is on the page for each essential oil.  You will need to test to determine the proper amount of essential oil to use.  Each essential oil will be different.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: How Much Do Essential Oils Cost?

While essential oils are made from natural elements, we are a bit limited in what can be used to become an essential oil. This is because some plants contain such small amounts of essence that it can take up to a hundred pounds to create a single ounce of one an essential oil. This can lead to some essential oils being extremely expensive, like the pure Tuberose essential oil. While some can cost quite a bit, not every essential oil is super expensive. You can find about twenty seven different essential oils on the Natures Garden website at reasonable priced.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Luxurious Essential Oils

While Natures Garden doesn’t carry any extravagant essential oils, there are some oils out there that get pretty high in price. It was really interesting to see the essential oils on the list and how expensive they can be. If you are curious in learning  about more of these expensive essential oils, then check out the Top 10 Most Expensive Essential Oils in the World by Most Luxurious List.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Talk to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed this scent blog and have learned something about the difference between essential oils and fragrance oils. We know that it can be confusing when you are just learning as they are both do similar things, but the differences are fairly simple once you learn them. If you have anymore questions or just want to share you experiences, then reach out to us on social media. The Natures Garden Facebook page is one place that is great for communicating with us and the other craft makers. Also, you can find us on Twitter and on Instagram with @ngscents. Have fun with your favorite scented oils and we hope to talk all about them with you soon!

Apr
02

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes


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Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body RecipesCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes

There are many wonderful ways that you can use herbs to create your homemade cosmetics. So, you are sure to find many perfect ways to use cocoa powder in bath and body recipes. We, at Natures Garden have many unique skin loving recipes that you can perfectly use cocoa powder to create. Cacao beans are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C, and E.  They also have an abundance of minerals like iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium, zinc, copper, manganese.  Cocao beans also contain caffeine.  Caffeine is actually beneficial to the skin.  If you are interested in creating any of our homemade recipes that use cocoa powder, then read on for some wonderful ideas!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe

First, we have the scrumptious Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe from Natures Garden. This bath recipe uses perfect ingredients for a cleansing and moisturizing bath butter. Not only does this recipe use Epsom salt to exfoliate and soak the body, but this recipe includes cleansing and skin loving soap base. Further, this recipe includes organic cocoa powder, which adds to the look and effectiveness of this recipe. Plus, this recipe uses the scrumptious chocolate scent of our Better Than Sex Cake Fragrance Oil. In addition to adding to the gorgeous aesthetic and scent, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for adding to skin care. Many find the properties of cocoa powder to support healthy, glowing skin. So, it is perfect for a nice, relaxing bath!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

Another great recipe that includes the lovely cocoa powder is the  Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe. This bath and body recipe uses both melt and pour soap along with the Natures Garden soap base to create an effective and delicious product that you are sure to love. Further, this recipe includes the delicious Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil, which is a rich dark chocolate accord surrounded by luscious ripe raspberry notes. This will provide your with a product with a decadent scent and a gorgeous appearance.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

While swirled soap is fun, it can be difficult to do with melt and pour soap.  However, this recipe makes it easy to create swirled melt and pour soap! So, you can use our organic cocoa powder along with rose clay powder and kaolin white clay powder to create an easy, Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. Further, this lovely soap recipe uses the Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil, which is an aroma of ripe red strawberries that are surrounded by creamy milk chocolate notes along with sweet vanilla notes to create a decadent treat. So, this is a perfect recipe for melt and pour soap with a scrumptious aroma.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bar RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bar Recipe

Additionally, you can incorporate ingredients, like our cocoa powder, to create fun bubble bar recipes! One such bath and body recipe that you can make is the lovely Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bar Recipe. This adorable recipe uses an ice cream scoop to create bath products that look just like scoops of ice cream!

Furthermore, this batch has been made with three different colors to look like real Neapolitan ice cream. The cocoa powder was used in the chocolate portion to add to the color and enhance the scent of our Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil. Also, each of the three portions were differently scented. So, the pink colored section used our delicious Strawberry Patch Fragrance Oil and the white portion used French Vanilla Fragrance Oil along with our vanilla powder. So, this recipe is the perfect blend of scents and aesthetic to create a fantastic bath and body recipe.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Facial Mask Recipe Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Facial Mask Recipe

Also, our Chocolate Facial Mask Recipe uses skin loving ingredients, like our organic cocoa powder, to create a perfect facial recipe. Some sources find that cocoa powder can be used to create some great skin care. Also, it is thought that this cocoa powder will be able to leave your skin with a beautiful glow. Plus, it has other known benefits for the skin, like reducing wrinkles and blemishes. Further, this diy facial includes some lovely ingredients like vitamin E and bentonite clay powder. These lovely skin care ingredients are sure to nourish your skin and makes this homemade body product absolutely perfect!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe

Next, we have a recipe that is both simple and wonderful for the skin! Our Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe uses clay along with exfoliating dead sea salt. This recipe includes rose clay powder, rosehips powder, and cocoa powder, which are sure to nourish the skin. So, the combination of exfoliation form the salt and the blend of chocolate and rose will help to rejuvenate the skin and leave your skin soft and glowing. All you need to do is sit back and relax as the recipe cares for your body.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Plus, you can use cocoa powder to create a wonderful recipe, like Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe. This bath and body recipe is simple and perfect for cleansing as you moisturize! The recipe includes our whipped soap base along with this lovely organic cocoa powder. This blend will allow your skin to be moisturized and cleansed. Plus, the cocoa powder and the scent of the product, which is from our Creamy Chocolate Cupcake Fragrance Oil, provides a scrumptious chocolatey aroma.

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/candlemaking-soap-supplies/item/00chsusc/-chocolate-sugar-scrub-recipe.htmlCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe

Another recipe that perfectly incorporates cocoa powder is our Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe. Since chocolate is known to be rich in antioxidants that help reduce skin damage, this recipe is perfect for skin care recipes! Plus, this bath and body recipe uses luxurious ingredients that are wonderful for the skin. Further, this scrub recipe is wonderful for exfoliating dead skin. This combination will leave your skin cared for and nourished. Further, this recipe uses the scent of Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil, which smells like rich, dark chocolate with notes of buttery caramel and vanilla creme, sprinkled with toasted almond slivers and creamy hazelnut. So, this homemade bath recipe is perfect for skin care!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

Additionally, you can use our Organic Cocoa Powder to create some scrumptious bath melts! Our Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe creates a bath product that looks l just like the real deal. Plus, these yummy chocolates use ingredients that will really care for the body. The luscious oils and butters work together to nourish and care for the skin. Also, these diy bath melts use the scent of a rich, slightly bitter aroma of gourmet dark chocolate, which is due to the Gourmet Dark Chocolate Fragrance Oil. Plus, the cocoa powder adds to both the scent of this recipe and the skin care properties of this recipe.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Another fun bath recipe that is inspired by Neapolitan ice cream is our Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. This fun bath recipe uses Fresh Strawberry Fragrance Oil, Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil, and Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil to create three separate layers. So, each fragrance oil is used to scent a different layer to create all three layers of Neapolitan ice cream. Additionally, this homemade scrub recipe uses skin loving butters and oils. So, this recipe is pretty and perfect for nourishing the skin!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe

Also, you can include some cocoa powder in the creation of the Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe. This wonderful cosmetic ingredient looks just like crushed chocolate chips in yummy mint chocolate ice cream! Further, we added Natures Garden’s Peppermint Patty Fragrance Oil, which notes of creamy peppermint and vanilla with strong notes of bittersweet chocolate. Plus, this recipe uses luscious butters along with dead sea salt that are perfect to soak in.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe

Plus, the Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe can be made with this scrumptious organic cocoa powder. This lovely soap made from scratch uses a variety of luxurious butters and oils. These skin loving oils are perfect for moisturizing and conditioning the skin as your clean with this recipe. Not only is this recipe great for moisturizing, but this chocolatey recipe includes a scrumptious scent. The Hot Fudge Brownie Fragrance Oil is the scent of freshly baked chocolate brownies smothered in hot fudge sauce with a hint of vanilla.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Cocoa Dream Cream RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Cocoa Dream Cream Recipe

Another wonderful recipe that you can create with Cocoa Powder is our luscious Cocoa Dream Cream Recipe. Cocoa powder blends with skin loving oils and butters to create a lotion that is perfect for moisturizing and softening the skin. Not only is this homemade lotion recipe perfect for skin care, but this recipe smells wonderful due to the addition of Butter Brickle Fragrance Oil. This scent will add to the lotion with an extremely buttery and creamy smelling aroma with strong base notes of vanilla and hints of almond. So, you will be able to make a diy lotion that is wonderful for the skin and smells lovely!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcake Soap RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcake Soap Recipe

Plus, you can include cocoa powder in the delicious Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcake Soap Recipe.  This homemade soap recipe looks absolutely scrumptious just like a real cupcake. Plus, this diy soap smells delicious due to Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcake Fragrance Oil, which has a creamy top note of coconut; followed by a warm middle note of buttercream; and well rounded with a base note of dark cocoa. So, this recipe is perfect for creating fun, delicious soap that is wonderful for the skin.

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Cupcake Soap RecipeCocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Neapolitan Cupcake Soap Recipe

Another soap cupcake recipe that you can create with cocoa powder is the Neapolitan Cupcake Soap Recipe. This recipe uses both melt and pour soap and imagine base to create this simple layered soap recipe with a whipped topping. Also, this cupcake has three layers that are differently scented. The bottom layer includes the Cocoa Powder and Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil. The next layer is scented with Buttercream Cupcake Fragrance Oil. Finally, the last layer uses Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil. These layers perfectly blend to create a scrumptious Neapolitan cupcake soap!

Cocoa Powder in Bath and Body Recipes: Cocao or Cocoa?

While our cocoa powder is only intended for cosmetic use, this is an ingredient often found in chocolate flavored foods. In fact, cacao, which is pure chocolate, is used to create cocoa. While they are both derived from the same sources, there are some slight differences in the two ingredients. If you are interested in learning about the difference between, then check out “Cacao vs. Cocoa: What You Need to Know” by One Green Planet. This article talks about facts about each all with how they are made and used. Also, this article talks about the nutritional benefits, which are surprising in a wonderful way! So, check out this article to learn about these two delicious and nutritious forms of chocolate.

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