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Aug
16

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe


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Lavender Bath Bomb RecipeLavender Bath Bomb Recipe

Check out another wonderful herbal bath bomb recipe straight from Natures Garden. Our lovely Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe blends the wonderful aroma of a floral musk scented oil with the addition of lavender flowers and lavender flowers powder. Further, these cosmetic herbs are perfect for caring for your body as you relax with a fun, beautiful bath bomb. So, try out this fantastic cosmetic recipe and enjoy all the wonderful benefits for your body!

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Sunflower Oil
Floral Musk Fragrance Oil
Bentonite Clay Powder
Lavender Flowers Whole
Lavender Flowers Powder
Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Rosemary Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI)
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
18 grams of the Floral Musk Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Lavender Flowers Whole
18 grams of the Sunflower Oil
5 grams of the Lavender Flowers Powder
6 grams of the Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant 

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Floral Musk Fragrance OilLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Floral Musk Fragrance Oil

You will love the aroma of our Floral Musk Fragrance Oil in this bath bomb recipe. The strong aroma of the real lavender flowers blends perfectly with this luxurious, gentle, floral musk scent. This fragrance oil begins with notes of spices, lavender and citrus. Then, the aroma has floral middle notes of lavender, lily of the valley, ylang ylang. Of course, the scent of lavender is enhanced by the fresh scent of our floral herb. Finally, this scented oils has rich musky bottom notes of Egyptian musk and moss. So, this lovely blend of floral and musk is perfect for creating bath and body products that smell absolutely divine!

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you begin creating this bath and body recipe, you may want to make a few preparations. First, gather all the equipment and supplies that you will need to finish these bath bombs. Also, you may want to clean your equipment to ensure that it is ready to use. Additionally, you may want to prepare a spray bottle full of witch hazel, as it will be important for making bath bombs. Second, you will want to clean and sanitize a work area that you can use to create this recipe. 

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry IngredientsLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to want to get the dry ingredients ready for your bath bomb recipe. So, take you first medium mixing bowl and a scale. Now, weigh out the 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 600 grams of the Baking Soda,182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, and 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder. After adding all of these ingredients, you will need to mix these powders together with your gloved hands. As you mix, make sure that any clumps you com across get broken up. Once these ingredients are smooth and mixed, you can move on to the next step of these instructions.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you are ready to prepare the wet ingredients that you will need for this recipe. So, grab a second mixing bowl and the scale. Weigh 18 grams of the Sunflower Oil into this bowl. In addition to the cosmetic oil, you will need to include 18 grams of our Floral Musk Fragrance Oil. Now that these ingredients are added, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Once both the wet and dry ingredients are prepared, you will be ready to combine the two mixtures. So, add the wet ingredients to your mixing bowl of dry ingredients. Now, use your gloved hands to thoroughly mix these ingredients together. You will need to continue to mix until everything is incorporated well. As soon as the ingredients look evenly dispersed, you can stop mixing.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Dividing the Mixture

Now you are going to be dividing your bath bomb mixture into two even portions. You can add each portion to one of your two mixing bowls. Set one of these bowls aside for the moment. We will be adding a few cosmetic ingredients to the other bowl in the next few steps.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Lavender FlowersLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Lavender Flowers

First, we will be working with the first portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, take one of the mixing bowls full of half the mixture and the scale. Now, you will be adding about 5 grams of the Lavender Flowers Whole herb to this portion of the cosmetic recipe. Again, you will need to use a gloved hand to mix the wholesale herb into the recipe fully.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mixture

Now, you are ready to get these ingredients to stick together. So, use a gloved hand to mix the ingredients as you spray with witch hazel. Mixing as you spray will help to incorporate the witch hazel and let you know when you added enough spray. Once the mixture reaches a certain consistency, you will need to stop spraying the mixture. So, continue to mix and spray until the mixture begins to feel like crumbly dough. You will want to work slow and be careful not to add to much spray as it can ruin the recipe. Adding to much witch hazel can activate the ingredients early and lead to fizzing in the bowl. So, be sure to pay attention.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling Half of the Bath Bomb Molds

After, you are going to be ready to start filling up your bath bomb molds. You will need to take the seven bath bomb mold halves and get them ready to fill. Then, begin taking this mixture and filling one half of each wholesale mold. Make sure that you aren’t filling both sides of the same mold, as there is a top and bottom to each wholesale bath bomb mold. We would suggest filling the top half with this first mixture. You will need to make sure that you are packing the dough mixture into the bath bomb half tightly. Packing the mold well will ensure that the ingredients stick together and the bath bomb holds its shape.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Herb Powder and Soap ColorantLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Herb Powder and Soap Colorant

Next, you will be working with the other half of the bath bomb mixture. In this bowl you will be adding 5 grams of the Lavender Flowers Powder and 6 grams of the Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant. Once these ingredients are added you will need to mix them well. Once again you will need to use a gloved hand to fully incorporate the herb powder and the colorant into the mixture.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Second PortionLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Second Portion

Then, you are going to be spraying this second portion of the bath bomb mixture with your witch hazel. Just like before you will need to use your gloved hand to mix as you spray. Once this portion of the bath bomb mixture reaches the same crumbly dough consistency, you will be ready to move on to the next step. While this recipe should require about the same amount of witch hazel as before, you should still pay attention to the consistency to ensure that you don’t spray too much.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bottom of the Molds

Next, we are going to be filling up the other halves of the bath bomb molds. The first portion of the bath bombs molds should each be in the top of the bath bomb mold. So, you can fill the bottom of these molds with this second portion of the dough mixture. Again, you will need to pack the dough in tightly. Also, you need to do it this way to sure that each pair is matched up correctly, as the tops will only fit on the bottoms. If you mess this up, then you can end up with bath bombs that aren’t half and half. Once you are done, you should have seven purple bath bomb halves that are packed full.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Molds

Now that both of the two portions are packed tightly into the bath bomb molds, you are ready to combine the halves. So, take one half that is uncolored, which should be in a top piece, and one half that is purple, which should be in a bottom piece. Next, you are going to lightly spray each of the two halves. After you spray, you can push the two pieces together to create a whole bath bomb! You will need to repeat this step for all of the bath bombs.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath BombsLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bombs

Lastly, you will need to wait for your bath bombs to completely set up. So, you will need to place your bath bombs in a safe place that they can rest until they have completely hardened. This can take up to 24 hours.  Once these bath bombs are set up, they are ready to remove from the mold! Alternatively, you can leave these bath and body products in their molds until you are ready to use them. So, the mold can serve as a simple bath bomb packaging idea!

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Lavender Flowers HerbLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Lavender Flowers Herb

There are many reasons for why lavender is perfect for making cosmetics. First of all, these flowers are amazing for aromatherapy. The herb has been found to help promote a feeling of calm as it is useful for reducing stress and anxiety. So, this is the perfect herb to use in the tub as you sit back, relax, and enjoy your homemade bath bombs.

Not only do our Lavender Flowers Whole provide a lovely floral scent to the recipe, but this cosmetic herb has skin benefits, too. Some have found that this cosmetic herb can be used to help with skin issues, like abscesses (boils or carbuncles), acne, oily skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient has antiseptic and pain reducing properties that are perfect for creating cleansing and soothing bath and body recipes. Plus, these properties can be useful for soothing sunburn, chapped skin, and many other skin irritations.

If you want to learn even more about the wonderful benefits that lavender has to offer, then check out our Lavender Class for even more details on this cosmetic herb!

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Lavender Flowers Herb Medicinal

Further, there are many medicinal benefits you can gain from this herb. First, lavender is thought to have calming properties that are useful for those dealing with anxiety, depression, exhaustion, or insomnia. Also, this herb has been used to aid in digestion and reduce headaches. Anyone that wants to add some lavender into their diet, should check out How to Cook With Lavender so Your Food Doesn’t Taste Like Soap by Bon Appetit for some tips on cooking with this lovely herb.

Lavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Get Your AnswersLavender Bath Bomb Recipe: Get Your Answers

If you have any questions for us at Natures Garden, then feel free to reach out to us and get your answers! We are available to talk to in the store, on the phone, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through social media. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our handle, which is @ngscents, to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these platforms to ask us questions, but you can use our social media to stay up to date on cosmetic blogs just like this one! So, don’t miss the next herbal bath bomb recipe and follow us on social media!

Please Note: Natures Garden sells our lavender flowers and powder for external use only. We do not sell lavender as a food item. The information we provide about lavender is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Keep all our cosmetic herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility, written or implied, for any products you make with our herbs. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Aug
01

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils


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10 Ginger Fragrance Oils10 Ginger Fragrance Oils

We at Natures Garden have 10 Ginger Fragrance Oils that you can use to create all kinds of wonderful homemade recipes.  Also, you can use these lovely ginger aromas to create some fantastic room scent recipes. There are plenty of scented oils that you can use in the formulation of your own homemade recipes. In our cosmetic blog, we will share some of our favorite fragrance oils with the spice scent of ginger. Further, this blog will even share a few of our own cosmetic recipes that you can create with these lovely ginger fragrance oils.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Fresh Ginger Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Fresh Ginger Fragrance Oil

First, we have the true spice scent of our Fresh Ginger Fragrance Oil. This refreshing fragrance oil is a spicy herbal scent. This fragrance has notes of a ginger that are true to the aroma of a real ginger root. This is a wonderful scented oil that would be fantastic on its own. Additionally, this scented oil would be great for creating your own scent mixes with other single note fragrance oils. So, you can use this ginger scented oil to create fragrance oil blends that are uniquely yours. So, this would be a perfect fragrance oil for scenting bath and body recipes as well as room scent recipes.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Aura Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Aura Fragrance Oil

Second, we have the spicy aroma of our own Ginger Aura Fragrance Oil. This scented oil uses warm, refreshing notes of fresh ginger that is enhanced by other wonderful scented notes. This wonderful ginger scent blends with fantastic scents of nutmeg, lime, lemon, and black currants. Further, this scented oil has notes of jasmine as well as notes of white musk, nutmeg, clove, and rosewood. You may find that this is a wonderful fragrance oil with a very similar scent to Origin’s Ginger Essence fragrance. You can use this duplicate fragrance oil to create all kinds of lovely scented recipes. Whether you make your own lotion recipes, recipes for melt and pour soap, or cosmetic recipes, you are sure to enjoy this lovely fragrance oil in your products..

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil

Also, we have the wonderful scent of our own refreshing Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil. This warm, comforting scented oil is a fantastic blend of honey and ginger. Further, this lovely blend includes refreshing and clean citrus notes of both lemon and lime. This wonderfully sophisticated scent is loved by so many of our customers for its clean aroma. You can use this scent to create clean scented candles. Plus, you could even scent homemade cleaning supplies with this scent. Also, this scent can be used to create refreshing soap recipes as well as other bath and body recipes. One cosmetic recipe that perfectly uses this scent is our clover bath bomb recipe.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil Recipe10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil Recipe

Our lovely Golden Clover Bath Bombs Recipe uses the refreshing ginger lime scented oil along with other lovely cosmetic ingredients. Not only does this lovely bath and body recipe use this refreshing scented oil, but it includes other wonderful cosmetic ingredients. These ingredients, like the moisturizing coconut oil and skin loving French Green Clay Powder, will perfectly nourish your body. Further, these beautiful bath bombs use 24K gold mica dust to create these gorgeous, shimmering bath bombs.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingerbread Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingerbread Fragrance Oil

Next, you can use this scented oil to create wonderful room scent products. Our delightful Gingerbread Fragrance Oil has an aroma of scrumptious, freshly baked cookies. This wonderful spiced cookie scented oil has hints of vanilla, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Of course, this lovely scented oil includes the aroma of fresh ginger. Although this scrumptious spice aroma isn’t body safe, it is perfect for creating some delicious room scent recipes. These scented wax recipes are fantastic for creating some absolutely irresistible recipes.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingerbread Fragrance Oil Recipes10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingerbread Fragrance Oil Recipes

Of course, you can use this wonderful cosmetic recipe can be created with this wonderful fragrance oil. First, we formulated the Gingerbread Aroma Beads Air Fresheners Recipe with this delightful scent. This room scent recipe uses aroma beads to hold this delicious cookie scent. Further, the sachet beads will hold the lovely gingerbread man shape. So, you will be left with super cute gingerbread men that you can decorate with puff paint. Another fantastic room scent you can create with this scent is the Gingerbread Men Wax Ornaments Recipe. Instead of aroma beads, this scented recipe uses candle wax, which includes both Pillar of Bliss Wax and Joy Wax. Plus, this candle wax room scent recipe is perfect for creating cute little wax gingerbread men. You can use both these recipes for gingerbread men to both scent and decorate your home. These are especially perfect for decorating your home around Christmas time.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingered Bergamot Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingered Bergamot Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the scent of our Gingered Bergamot Fragrance Oil to create all kinds of wonderful recipes. This exotic fragrance oil has lovely citrus top notes of refreshing bergamot. This lovely citrus scent is enveloped in notes of fresh ginger that was combined with notes of sandalwood and cedar. These notes blend with notes of Indian patchouli and sweet basil. This scented oil is a perfect aroma for combining with bath and body making supplies or candle making supplies to create various homemade recipes.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingered Peach Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingered Peach Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the Gingered Peach Fragrance Oil to create some fantastic bath and body recipes. This scented oil is a fantastic blend of warm ginger with other sweet and spice aromas. These are scents of peach nectar, clove, and banana. The, the fragrance has sweet scents of pear and coconut milk. These notes all rest on a base of vanilla, sugar cane, and white woods notes. These notes blend together perfectly to create a warm, sweet scent that is absolutely irresistible. You will love this scrumptious scent in your own homemade spa recipes, melt and pour soap recipes, and room scent oil recipes

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can use the scrumptious scent of Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil to create some wonderful scented homemade recipes. This lovely cookie scent is made of fresh notes that are absolutely delicious. This tasty bakery scent is reminiscent of fresh ginger flavored cookies. This fantastic dessert scent has notes that are scrumptious and it is  nearly irresistible. This delicious gingersnap fragrance oil can be used to create all kinds of wonderful bath and body recipes and room scenting products.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil Recipe10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil Recipe

This delicious scented oil can be used to create some great cosmetic recipes, like our Gingersnap Cookies Bath Bomb Recipe. This super cute gingerbread man recipe is a perfect way for your to use this scented oil. Plus, the gingersnap aroma perfectly match the adorable shape of these gingerbread man bath bombs. So, you will be sure to enjoy the fizzy fun, cute shape, and scrumptious fragrance oil.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the wonderful aroma of our Hawaiian Ginger Fragrance Oil to create some fantastic homemade recipes. This fragrance oil is a refreshing aroma that is perfect for creating lovely scented candles and fantastic bath and body recipes. There are top notes of tangy pineapple, refreshing summer melons, and crisp apples. The middle notes are of iris, rose, jasmine, and cyclamen. Finally, these fruity and floral scents rest on notes of vanilla and musk. Together these notes create a tropical aroma that is a perfect scent blend. This scented oil can be used to create all kinds of wonderful homemade recipes.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Nectarine White Ginger Burst Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Nectarine White Ginger Burst Fragrance Oil

Next, you can use the scent of the Nectarine White Ginger Burst Fragrance Oil to create some great homemade creations. This scented oil is a refreshing blend of sweet nectarine and warm, spiced ginger. This is a bright, energizing scent that is a perfect way to start the day. The top notes are of sweet nectarine, mandarin, peach, yuzu, and lime. Then, the scent blends in notes of lily, lilac, honeysuckle, and jasmine. Finally, the scent is rounded by notes of sandalwood and musk. These individual notes create a lovely fragrance oil for your various recipes. Whether you create a refreshing scented candle or lovely bath and body recipe, you will sure to enjoy this fantastic scented oil.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: White Tea & Ginger Type Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: White Tea & Ginger Type Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the lovely scent of our White Tea & Ginger Type Fragrance Oil in your homemade craft recipes. This scented oil contains lovely notes of refreshing white tea, yuzu, lemon, and bergamot combined with the scent of warm ginger. These scents are followed up by delightful notes of Earl Grey tea, rose, nutmeg, and geranium. Finally, these lovely, calming notes are all sitting on notes of woods, musk, and sweet berries. This lovely scented oil can be perfectly used to create various bath and body recipes that are perfect for helping you relax. Also, you can perfectly add this scented oil to soy wax for candles, which is perfect for creating spa scented candles.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: White Tea & Ginger Type Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: White Tea & Ginger Type Fragrance Oil Recipe

One fantastic way to use this scented oil is to create our Blarney Stone Soap Recipe. If you are looking for easy melt and pour soap ideas, then our recipe for rock soap may be a great idea for you to try. This scented soap recipe uses layers of colored soap. The bars of layered soap are cut and shaped into a gemstones using a knife. While these finished melt and pour soaps are gorgeous, they aren’t difficult to create!

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ylang Ginger Fragrance Oil10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Ylang Ginger Fragrance Oil

Finally, you can use the lovely scent of our Ylang Ginger Fragrance Oil to enhance the quality of your wonderful recipes. Not only will your recipes care for the body, but they will smell scrumptious, too! Further, this wonderful scent is well loved and has been a popular duplication request from an aroma that is best known as sweet earth. This fragrance oil is a fruity blend of strawberries and raspberries. These notes are supported by lovely notes of rich vanilla. This sweet, fruity bouquet of scents is a yummy fragrance that is perfect for you homemade creations. You can create some sweet scented cosmetic recipes and yummy scented candle recipes.

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Gingerbread Houses

If you enjoy the warm aroma of ginger, then you are sure to love the scent of a freshly made gingerbread house. The warm, bakery aroma of a gingerbread house combined with the sweet, sugar candy notes is absolutely delicious. Plus, building your very own gingerbread house is just so much fun! If you enjoy building cute cookie homes around Christmas time, then you may be interested in taking a look at some truly remarkable gingerbread creations. This collection of pictures has all kinds of ideas from gingerbread mansions to adorable gingerbread monuments. You can check out 31 Amazing Gingerbread House Ideas by Shari’s Berries. These gorgeous creations are unique and stunning, so they are absolutely worth taking a look!

10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Reach Out to Us10 Ginger Fragrance Oils: Reach Out to Us

These warm ginger scents are perfect for creating all kinds of deliciously scented recipes. We hope that you enjoyed these wonderful ginger fragrance oils. If you have any questions about these scented oils or how to use them, then you can feel free to reach out to us. You can easily find us on the phone, in the store, and online. One easy way to find us online is to reach out to us on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our @ngscents to find us either on Twitter or on Instagram. Not only can you reach out for help on our social media pages, but you can use this page to share your own wonderful creations. Feel free to share with us and ask any questions!

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.

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What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?


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What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?

What is resveratrol and what does It do? Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol that is created by a few different plants. You may know resveratrol best from red wine, but it can be found in other plants, too. For example, the Japanese knotweed contains this herb, too. Whether you consume it from natural sources or get a resveratrol supplement, there are tons of benefits for your body. Plus, there are even benefits that this cosmetic herb can provide for your skin! At Natures Garden we sell the resveratrol extract powder herb for creating skin-loving bath and body products. However, there are many known benefits that this herb can provide for your whole body! Let’s talk about some of the benefits that resveratrol has for you!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Growing Conditions

There are a few different natural sources that we know of that contain resveratrol. For this cosmetic herb, it can be harvested from two different sources. First, we have the Japanese knotweed that is a hardy plant that is able to survive against a bombardment of pests, fungus and disease in its native environment. Second, we can get resveratrol from the skin of red grapes. Both these plants can be used to extract the same herb. No matter the source, there are many beneficial properties found in resveratrol. If you are interested, you can read below to learn more about both plants.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Red Grape SkinsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Red Grape Skins

Grapes require an area that is either full sun or gets direct sunlight in the morning. Also, most grapes require a warm climate, which the American grapes being the best for the cold. Their soil should be well draining, deep, loose, and moist due to a light layer of mulch. If you are growing new plants, then you will need to care and protect your plant for about three years before you get a harvest.

Once you get a bunch of grapes, you will know by the color. At first, they will be a bright green and they will turn to a deep, juicy red once they are ready. Just know that your grapes won’t continue to ripen after being picked. If you have grapes that won’t ripen, then you can prune some of the foliage to let more sun in for grapes that aren’t ripening. You can tell when your red grapes are ripe because the color will be a dark red without any visible green. Also, you can taste a few from different bunches to determine whether they are ready.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: The Japanese KnotweedWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: The Japanese Knotweed

The Japanese knotweed, or Polygonum cuspidatum, is a plant that is native to Japan. While this hardy plant is considered a weed in its country of origin, it is not a danger to its native environment. In fact, the resveratrol harvested from it has quite a few beneficial properties. However, when this hardy plant is moved to a new environment it can become an invasive species. Since the plants are native to Japan, they are integrated into the local ecosystem and have a good amount of competition.

However, when this species moves into a new area without the same competition it has a leg up on all the other organisms. This can lead to the native plants in this new environment to go extinct, which can be detrimental to an environment as organisms rely on one another. This animal may be a food source for another or it may have been a predator that would keep the prey population levels steady. So, in areas like the US and many other places, we would consider this plant an invasive species. This means that there is likely a ban on planting this herb if you live in an area other than Japan, China, or Korea.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Industry Uses

There are many different ways to use resveratrol that can care for your entire body! Whether you are looking for a cosmetic herb for your products or a supplement to promote your health, resveratrol is a good antioxidant to try out. We like to use our wholesale cosmetic herb to create wonderful products that nourish your skin. Also, many people will eat this herb in the foods they already enjoy, as it occurs in some foods naturally. However, there are some sources, like knotweed, that are most often used for natural, medicinal purposes. So, read about the different potential benefits of resveratrol and see what you think!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Bath and Body ProductsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Bath and Body Products

First of all, this wholesale herb is amazing for creating cosmetic recipes. The beneficial properties of this herb are perfect for skin care. You are sure to feel a difference with adding this to your typical recipes! You are going to love the properties of this herb in your homemade cosmetic products as they nourish and rejuvenate your skin. So, let’s get into some of the great ways to utilize this herb in your homemade bath and body recipes.

First, this bulk wholesale herb is perfect for including in your soap making supplies. This soap has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties that are fantastic to add to your homemade soap making supplies. Also, this cosmetic herb would be perfect for creating a homemade lotion recipe. This herb has beneficial properties that will protect your skin from UV damage. Also, this soothing cosmetic ingredient will help to reduce swelling and irritation with its anti-inflammatory properties. Further, this herb has a variety of properties that would make it amazing in a facial lotion. So, add this ingredient to your wholesale facial supplies can provide a boost to prevent signs of aging, reduce wrinkles, and reduce age spots (hyperpigmentation).

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Natures Garden RecipeWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Natures Garden Recipe

Of course, a Wine Lotion Recipe would have the aroma of our Shiraz Fragrance Oil. The intoxicating scent of this fine red wine. Not only does our lotion recipe have the bubbly notes of our red wine fragrance oil, but it contains some of the beneficial properties of red wine. So, you can use this recipe to learn how to make scented lotion that protects and nurtures the skin.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Medicinal UsesWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Medicinal Uses

Both knotweed and red grapes are thought to have many beneficial properties. Not only do these plants contain benefits from the resveratrol herb, but they are full of other elements that can promote health. In fact, resveratrol is just one of the many benefits from these plants. Often, people would make knotweed into a tea. This herbal tea could be used to treat a variety of ailments, including dysentery and hemorrhoids. Also, a few studies have linked red grapes, which are used in red wine, to heart health, mental sharpness and so much more.

While these plants contain other elements that provide properties, resveratrol has many beneficial properties that it provides on its own. First, the resveratrol in red wine has been found to be useful for reducing bad cholesterol, which promotes heart health. Plus, this supplement has been found to be useful for helping your body regulate blood sugar. Additionally, people have found that this herb can be used to reduce blood pressure. Additionally, studies have suggested that resveratrol can promote brain health and slow age-related mental decline. It is believed that the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties contribute to the improved mental state. Another potential benefit of using this supplement is that it has been found to reduce joint pain by protecting cartilage from deteriorating and reducing symptoms caused by the inflammation.

Also, some people will take a supplement of this herb on its own to help treat or prevent illnesses, like cancer or heart disease. Although the results have been mixed, some people have found that resveratrol can inhibit cancer growth and change gene expression to inhibit growth. Furthermore, many people have found that this supplement can be used to prevent certain hormone-dependent cancers from being able to spread.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Food and BeverageWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Food and Beverage

One common beverage that you will find contains resveratrol is red wine. In fact, the resveratrol in the red grape skin used for this kind of wine is believed to be the cause of most of its health benefits. Regardless of these benefits, red wine is still alcohol and should be used responsibly. However, it is nice to know that our glass of red wine is a providing us with some wonderful benefits.

While red wine is the most fun, you can find resveratrol in red grape skins, too. You can eat your red grapes fresh or in your wine. Either way, you will be getting this beneficial herb. If you are curious about what other foods contain resveratrol, then check out 4 Foods That Are Good Sources of Resveratrol by Live Science! These natural resveratrol sources would be perfect way to increase your levels along with your red wine.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Other

Although resveratrol is not directly linked to weight loss, you can include this useful tool in a diet to enhance the effects of your efforts. Often, a side effect of this supplement is a decrease in appetite. Plus, many people use this supplement to increase their endurance, which could help you to be able to work out longer without becoming fatigued as quickly. Also, some people have found that this supplement was useful for building muscle mass. Further, the herb has been known to be useful for promoting heart and brain health. Promoting cardiovascular health will help your overall fitness. So, anyone that is already working to lose weight and exercise may want to incorporate more resveratrol in their diet. 

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Whats Your Favorite Red Wine?

Since red wine contains beneficial properties from things like resveratrol, it may be a good idea to stock up. A glass or two may be enough to promote brain health and support healthy heart function. If you aren’t should about where to start, then check out Quiz: Discover The Red Wine You’ll Like by Vine Pair. This fun, simple quiz takes your taste preferences and comes up with a red wine that you would probably like the best. Give the quiz a try and see what wine they recommend for you!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Reach out to UsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you learned something new about resveratrol from our natural beauty blog. We hope that you can create some wonderful products with this herb. Plus, you can mix this herb with others available on the Herbs and Spices page top enhance the properties of your recipes! If you have any other questions about this herb, then just ask us! You can reach out to us on the phone, in the store, or on our social media. We have a Facebook page and we use the handle @ngscents on both Instagram and Twitter. Have fun with your homemade bath and body creations!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: A Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells herbs, like our resveratrol extract powder, for external use only. We do not sell resveratrol or any of our other herbs as food items. The information that we have provided about resveratrol is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information on resveratrol 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 when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. All product testing is the responsibility of the customer.