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Oct
16

Calendula Swirl Soap

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calendula swirl soapCalendula Swirl Soap

Hey all you cold process soapers out there! Are you looking for a new and exciting soap to make? Do you love to find new recipes to make? Maybe something fall like to go with the holiday season? Do you love calendula? Well here at Nature’s Garden we would like to introduce a brand new recipe for our Calendula Swirl Soap! This cold process soap is sure to be a hit for the fall season! All of your friends, family and customers will love this soap that is perfect for this time of year!

 

Ingredients:

194 grams of Lye

517 grams of distilled water

55 grams of Sodium Lactate

408 grams of Pomace Olive Oil

408 grams of Coconut Oil 76

408 grams of Palm Oil

68 grams of Castor Oil

68 grams of Grapeseed Oil

90 grams of Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance Oil

20 grams of Titanium Dioxide

3 grams Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant

1 gram of Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

3 grams of Orange Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

1 Square Loaf Mold Market Mold

Mixing Bowls

Stick Blender

Calendula Petals

Safety Masks

Safety Gloves

Safety Glasses

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Directions:

Always make sure to wear your safety gear when working with lye!

1. First, start with 517 grams of distilled water. Add 194 grams of lye to your water. Never add water to lye, always add the lye to water! Mix together and then set aside to let cool until it reaches about 90-100 degrees.

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2. Combine and melt down 408 grams of Pomace Olive Oil, 408 grams of Coconut Oil 76, 408 grams of Palm Oil, 68 grams of Castor Oil and 68 grams of Grapeseed Oil. Make sure your oils are at a temperature within 5-10 degrees of your cooled lye.

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3. Once your lye has cooled to the correct temperature, add 55 grams of sodium lactate to your lye water.

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4. Once the temperatures are correct, add the lye to your oil mixture. Using a stick blender, blend it together until the solution is emulsified.

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5. You will need 3 separate soap safe bowls for these next few steps. Pour 500 grams of the solution in one, and 500 grams in the other. Add 40 grams of your Aromatherapy Energizing Fragrance Oil and 20 grams of Titanium Dioxide Oil Dispersible to the leftover solution and mix together with the stick blender. Then pour 200 grams of the leftover solution into the third bowl.

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7. In one of the bowls with 500 grams of the solution, add 1 gram of Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, 3 grams of Neon Yellow FUN Soap Colorant, and 25 grams of fragrance and mix with the stick blender.

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8. In the second bowl with 500 grams, add 3 grams of Orange Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and 25 grams of fragrance and mix together.

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9. Next, in a completely separate bowl, add all of the contents of the colored bowls and the contents of the 200 gram bowl, in dollops throughout the whole bowl. Then with a spatula, drag the spatula through the middle of the mixture and then back and forth around the whole bowl. Pour the mixture into your mold.

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10. Let the bowl with the the leftover solution sit until it is about the texture of whipped cream and then pour on top of your mold and shape into whipped cream.

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11. Last, add the calendula petals on top and allow you soap to set for about 24 hours and remove from the mold.  Now slice the soap and allow it to finish curing.  Enjoy your Calendula Swirl soap!

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Calendula Swirl Soap is sure to be a fall season favorite! This is a soap that you should try as soon as possible to go with the autumn season. Please contact us with any questions and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
15

Icy Shine Scent

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icy shine scentIcy Shine Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Icy Shine Fragrance Oil is a scent that is sure to bring thoughts of a girls’ best friend to mind. Diamonds! With their beautiful shine to them, diamonds are unforgettable, just like this luxurious scent. Any women with a jewelry obsession with be obsessed with this scent as well! All of your friends, family and even your customers are sure to love this scent as much as you do! Really though, how could they not when it transports your mind to a place full of all the most amazing and beautiful diamonds in the world?

 

What Does Icy Shine Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Luxury. Beautiful jewels. But since that really isn’t a smell, I’ll tell you what it really smells like. Our Icy Shine scent is a vibrant fragrance of pooled sweet raspberries and juicy melon. The smell of white musk is softened by a bountiful bouquet of peonies, magnolias, and muguet. It has top notes of orange, raspberries and melon, middle notes of rose, peony, muguet, magnolia, and jasmine, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla. A definitely amazing scent.

 

How Do Our Customers Use Icy Shine Fragrance Oil?

With the thoughts of a girls’ best friend, every woman will definitely love this incredible scent. For all the candle makers out there, Icy Shine performs perfectly in wow wax and joy wax, and is also nice and strong in soy wax. If you would love to make your house smell like a reminder of a luxurious jewelry store, use this fragrance oil in aroma beads!

For bath and body products, Icy Shine scent can be used in many different things with a 5% maximum usage rate. It is great for lotions, bath gels, perfumes, bath oils and soaps. There is also a maximum usage rate of 50% if this scent is used for incense and potpourri. Icy Shine is awesome for cold process soaping. Our CP findings are: no discoloration and a great scent. It has a perfect pour with no acceleration or ricing or separation and has no oil sweating.

 

If you love creating other bath and body products, then Icy Shine scent is perfect for you! We love to make recipes with our products. We have created a Silky Hair Gel Recipe with this luxurious fragrance! If you love hair care products that have natural ingredients in them, this recipe is just right for you! Your friends and family and even your customers will love this special hair gel as well! It is sure to be a treat for everyone!

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Are you trying to figure out the easiest way to find these fantastic products on our website? On our site, just type “icy shine” into our search bar. That will take you right to our Icy Shine Fragrance Oil page. On the top of the fragrance picture, there is a little green box that says “Recipe.” If you click that link, it will show you the name and picture of our Silky Hair Gel Recipe. If you click that, it will take you directly to our amazing free recipe. Have fun and enjoy! And don’t forget to keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
14

Chamomile

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 chamomile herbChamomile

Hey everybody! How many of you love to experiment with herbs or just different products in general? We sure do! Are you in need of some relaxation? Have you ever tried chamomile? Well for all the newbies out there, chamomile is a flower that is used for many different industries. It is known mainly for helping with insomnia problems, but it has many other uses as well! Chamomile can be for medicinal purposes, skin care, even cosmetic products and hair care! This flower is something you definitely to try if you aren’t hooked already!

Chamomile, or in the British spelling, camomile, is the common name for a daisy-like flower. This flower is a part of the Asteraceae family. It is native to many western and southern European countries. It is derived from the Greek χαμαίμηλον (khamaimēlon), meaning “earth apple.” Did you know that in the story of Peter Rabbit, his mother gives him chamomile tea when he is feeling sick? There are many different species of chamomile, however the two main ones are called the Roman chamomile and the German chamomile. German can grow up to about 3 feet high, while Roman grows only about a foot high, staying closer to the ground. Ancient Egyptians believed in its healing powers and actually dedicated the flower to their gods!

Do you have a bad burn? Or maybe your baby is having a lot of problems while they’re teething? Chamomile can help with both of those problems! This great flower can be used for many industries! Other medicinal ailments it helps are rashes, skin ulcers, sunburns, mouth disease and gum sores. Gum disease and mouth sores can be treated with a mouthwash made with chamomile. It even has been said to be helpful with treating cancer! If used in shampoos and conditioners, chamomile helps hair manageability and makes it shinier. It also can used to enhance blonde hair.

This flower can also be used for many bath and body products as well! For soaping and candle making, it is used as a natural decoration. When used in massage oils, it is great for muscle inflammation and stiffness. In cosmetics, chamomile serves as an emollient and has anti-inflammatory effects. For skin care, it brings relaxation, helps to soften and heal skin, can reduce stretch marks and wrinkles, and even gives the skin a good healthy glow. Wondering how many amazing products we have with this great ingredient? Well you’re in luck! Here at Nature’s Garden, we actually offer Whole German Chamomile Flowers and a German Chamomile Flower Powder! Hold on, it gets even better than that! We also have a free recipe for a Chamomile Light Lotion!

The easiest way to find these products on our website is using our search bar. Just type “chamomile” into the search bar and it will take you right to a page titled “Search Results for Chamomile.” All of our fantastic products are available right there! Want to know another fun fact about chamomile? Ancient Egyptians also used it as a main ingredient for embalming oils for deceased pharaohs! Awesome right? Definitely make sure to try this wonderful product! However, please don’t take my blog as medical advice! Always consult your doctor before using anything in place of medical treatment. We also only sell chamomile for external purposes! Please contact us if you have any problems or questions and look out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
10

Chamomile Scent

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chamomile fragranceChamomile Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Chamomile is a delightfully relaxing scent. Coming home from a long day or even if you just need to relax before bed, chamomile is the perfect scent for you. It has just a hint of some herbs in it, and it sure to bring a sense of peace to your home. Chamomile is a scent that everyone including friends, family and customers will love. It will remind you of peaceful days past when you were just able to sit and relax with a warm cup of tea and enjoy the day.

 

What Does Chamomile Smell Like?

Chamomile Fragrance Oil by Nature’s Garden is a wonderful aroma of a slight hint of herbs with freshly picked chamomile flowers.

 

How Do Our Customers Use Chamomile Fragrance Oil?

If you are looking for a perfectly relaxing scent, then Chamomile is a definite pick! Chamomile is fantastic for wow wax and joy wax and even performs very nicely in soy wax. A perfect way to make your house smell like this peaceful scent is by using it in nice strong aroma beads.

For bath and body products, our Chamomile Fragrance Oil has a usage rate of 5%. This amazing fragrance can be used to make many different personal care items such as lotions, perfumes, bath gels, and bath oils. Chamomile Fragrance can even be used to make potpourri and incense with a 50% usage rate. For all the cold process soapers out there, this scent is perfect for you. Our CP findings are: there is no ricing, no discoloration, no acceleration, and the scent retention is very very good.

Doesn’t this Chamomile fragrance just sound awesome? It is sure to be a definite relaxing treat for you and your friends and family. We just happen to offer two fantastic recipes that have been made with Chamomile fragrance oil as well!

Our Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe is definitely a lotion that everybody out there is sure to love and enjoy! All the special women in your life will adore it and probably even all those manly men will love it as well!

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We also offer a Crayon Soap Recipe that is made with the Chamomile fragrance. Crayon Soap is kid friendly and is a fun and easy project that you could make with the little ones! All of your little ones are sure to love this adorable soap and so will their friends! I mean, how many kids really get to say how they made that awesome crayon soap with their loved ones? They will be the life of the party with their new treat!

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The easiest way to access all of our amazing chamomile products is by typing “chamomile” into the search bar at the top of our website. That will take you directly to a page titled “Search Results for Chamomile.” And it gets even better when you get to that page! Not only do we have those two great recipes and the fragrance oil, we also have a Chamomile Flowers German Powder and Whole Chamomile German Flowers which can both be found right on that page! Really though, how much more could our Chamomile fragrance be? Make sure to try for future projects and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
09

Hibiscus

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Hello everyone! Don’t you just love hibiscus Oh yeah, I know the thoughts of the gorgeous flowers just popped into your heads. Did you know that hibiscus actually has many different uses besides making gardens look pretty? Well it does! It can be used in many different industries in fact, like hair care, soaping, and even bath and body products!

Hibiscus is a very well-known flower. It is also lesser known as the rose mallow, a genus of the mallow family, and can be either annual or perennial. The hibiscus flower is actually the state flower of Hawaii and the national flower of Haiti. One species of hibiscus, the Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, is the national flower of Malaysia while the Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea. Pretty cool right? There are several hundred species of hibiscus flowers known to exist, and countless cross-species. They can vary in color from red to purple, orange to yellow, and even pink or white. In Hindu worship, the red hibiscus flower represents the goddess Kali, and is used as a sacrifice to her as well as to the Lord Ganesha. When depicted in many versions of art, the goddess is seen merging with the flower.

This beautiful flower is used in many industries such as soaping and hair care. When used for hair care, hibiscus has many benefits. It can help prevent dandruff and premature graying, as well as reduce hair loss. It also has been used as dye for natural hair, to help with split ends and thicken hair, and stimulate hair growth. When used in bath and body products, hibiscus is great for softening and smoothing skin and it even has some wrinkle smoothing properties! Some research in Chinese herbology also indicates that extract from hibiscus rosa-sinensis can absorb ultra violet rays by working as an anti-solar agent. As well as providing these amazing skin care properties when used in soaps, hibiscus also is a natural way to color soaps pink or red. We have many awesome products containing hibiscus here at Nature’s Garden. The easiest way to access them is by typing “hibiscus” into our search bar on our website. That will take you directly to a page titled “Search Results for Hibiscus.”

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Are you just jumping with excitement over all the great uses for hibiscus? Then you definitely need to try some of our fantastic recipes like our Firming Facial Mask or Herbal Infused Shea Lotion! They will be some new treats that you will just love! One more fun fact! Did you know that in Hawaii and Tahiti girls wear the hibiscus flower to symbolize their relationship status? If worn on the left ear, she is either in a relationship or married. If she has the flower on her left ear, then she is single. Hibiscus is a product that you definitely should add to your list of projects! Watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
07

Calendula

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Hello everybody! Are you getting ready for Halloween? Have your own little ghosts and goblins chosen their costumes yet? I can’t believe Halloween is only weeks away! Well, for all you crafters out there, are you looking for a good natural herb to include in your soaps or bath melts? Have you tried calendula? Calendula is a great herb that is more commonly known as the marigold flower. It can be used in many different industries such as cosmetics and soaping. So get ready, calendula is pretty awesome and would be a great addition to future projects!

Calendula is a very well known therapeutic herb. The word is a modern Latin diminutive of calendae which means “little calendar” or “little clock.” The flower goes along with its name because it usually blooms every month or every full moon. Another name for it is “Mary’s Gold,” referring to the Virgin Mary. Some Catholic ceremonies use the flower as a way to honor her. The flower is typically bright yellow, orange or gold. In existence, there are over 100 varieties of calendula. Egyptians considered it to have rejuvenating powers. It possesses anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties and is a big help with keeping skin smooth and healthy. Calendula is used in many industries such as bath and body products. It is great for people who suffer from varicose veins. After applying calendula to the affected areas for a few weeks, the veins have been known to shrink down. It also helps with dermatitis and acne problems. It also helps to heal minor cuts and bruising as well as some bug bites and stings and even burns. Here’s a cool use, if you use calendula as a hair product, it helps to improve your hair’s shine and makes it softer. It also will bring out blonde or brunette highlights!

This herb is a great ingredient for cold process soap. In fact, we have a recipe here at Nature’s Garden for Calendula Sunshine Cold Process Soap. Not only can it be used in soaps, calendula can also be used a decorative element for soaps. We also have a great recipe for Calendula Bath Melts. We also sell Calendula Flowers Powder and even whole Calendula Flowers. On our homepage, if you just type Calendula into our search bar it will take you right to a page titled “Search Results for Calendula.” All of our recipes and products with calendula are right there available for purchase. Did you know that in the 18th and 19th centuries calendula was used to color cheese? Neither did I! Neat though, right? However, here at Nature’s Garden we only sell calendula for external purposes only, not for food. And please do not take my blog as medical advice! Always make sure to ask your doctor before using anything as a substitute for medical treatment!

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Have I convinced you that calendula is just pure awesome! There are so many different uses for it, even in food! Did you know that marigold leaves are completely edible? Some people use them on a salad as garnish to spruce up the color! It was even once used as a dye for fabrics! Now come on, this product is purely awesome, make sure to add it to your future projects and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
07

Citric Acid

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citric acidCitric Acid

Hey everyone! Do you love all citrusy kinds of foods? Or maybe you just like the smells of them? Well here at Nature’s Garden we actually offer citrus acid for you to add to your products. Citrus acid is a weak, natural, and organic acid generally found in fruits, such as lemons, oranges, limes, tangerines, and grapefruit. It can be used for soaps, cosmetics and for awesome bath bombs. (Come on, we all know how much fun bath bombs are!) However, it can also be used in food production and has many other uses as well.

Citric acid is in most fruits and vegetables and is found in the metabolisms of most living things. When being used in cosmetic products it helps to lower the ph formulation. When being used to make soaps, it generally provides better foam for the soap and helps it to soften in water. It is also an active ingredient in cleaning solutions for kitchens and bathrooms. When making bath bombs, combine the citric acid with baking soda. Did you know that every year around the world, about one million tons of citric acid are produced commercially? Can you even picture that much? Neither can I! Another fun fact, citric acid can be used in shampoos to wash waxes and coloring out of your hair!

This acid is found in many different fruits and some vegetables. It can be used in food production as well. Citric acid is a natural preservative and can be used to add a sour taste to food and drinks. However it is also used in ice cream! Do you know what it is used for? It is used to keep the “fat globules” separated! A weird thought, but still cool! However, here at Nature’s Garden, we sell our citric acid for uses in cosmetics, soaps, and bath bombs.

I hope that you all have figured out everything on our new site! Well if you haven’t figured it all out yet, and still need a little help navigating everything, don’t worry! We’re here to help you! The easiest way for you to get to our citric acids on our website is to type “citric acid” into our search bar at the top of the site. That will take you directly to a page titled “Search Results for “Citric Acid.”” We have two different options there. You can either purchase just regular citric acid, or you can purchase it in bulk.

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Citric acid is definitely a neat and fun product! If you are looking for something new for your next project, or even future ones, try something with citric acid! Maybe some of our awesome bath bomb recipes? Or you can add it in for the next time you’re making soap! Have fun! Please let us know if you have any thoughts, questions or concerns! Are you in the mood for even more fun? Check out all of our free recipes and classes! If you want to try something new but aren’t sure how, don’t be afraid! Try one of our classes! And make sure to watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
05

Monster Bath Cookies

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monster bath cookie recipeMonster Bath Cookies

It’s Halloween time! For all you soapers out there, are you looking for a spooky new way to celebrate the scariest day of the year? Maybe a scary new product to introduce to your customers? Well, here it is! We have created Monster Bath Cookies!  They are frighteningly adorable! Monster Bath Cookies are the perfect Halloween treat for all those ghouls and goblins out there! The perfect way to excite your own little ghosts for the upcoming holiday! Your kiddos will love to make these with you! They will be such a treat and an easy craft for kids! Monster Bath Cookies are sure to be a unique and adorable bath cookie that your customers are sure to adore! They could even be a great favor for Halloween parties! Come on people, you know you want to try them out, just look at how cute they are!  WARNING:  These are not edible cookies!  These are for the bath only!  

 

Ingredients:

186 grams of Epsom Salt

142 grams of Cornstarch

54 grams of Powdered Milk

330 grams of Baking Soda

151 grams of Citric Acid

18 grams of Kaolin Clay

142 grams of Coconut Oil 76

50 grams of Cocoa Butter

Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant

20 grams of Magic Potion Fragrance Oil

Edible Eyeballs

Mixing Bowls

Mixing Spoons

Witch Hazel

 

Directions:

  1. Take all dry ingredients and mix together thoroughly and then set aside.

 

  1. Using a double boiler method, mix the cocoa butter with the coconut oil and heat it until it melts.

 

  1. Next, pour the cocoa butter and coconut oil mixture in with the dry ingredients and mix it all together.

 

  1. After it is thoroughly mixed, add in your 20 grams of Magic Potion Fragrance Oil.

 

  1. Make sure the fragrance oil is completely mixed in, and then generously add in your Neon Green FUN Soap Colorant until you are satisfied with the green color.

 

  1. Spray your mixture with Witch Hazel to help it form.

 

  1. After you’re satisfied with your color, take handfuls of the mixture and start forming into cookie shapes. The mixture will make about ten cookies.

 

  1. Make sure they are hard and compact so they do not fall apart! When you are finished making the cookie shapes, start adding your eyeballs!

 

  1. Add as many eyeballs as you want, until you are satisfied with the look. Let your Monster Cookie Bath Bombs sit until they completely harden.

 

Once your Monster Bath Cookies are good and hard, they are ready for you to use! They will be a definite favorite with your loved ones or customers! Monster Cookie Bath Cookies are an awesomely eerie way to celebrate the scariest day of the year! Please contact us with any thoughts or questions or concerns you may have! And don’t forget to keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla! Are you looking for even more fun Halloween treats? How about trying our Pumpkin Puke Soap Jelly? Or our Monster Snot Soap Jelly? Or what about our Spider Venom Soap Jelly? All of those are great creations for Halloween as well! Or you can visit our free recipes, we have many many other great recipes to scare people!

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Oct
03

Cinnanut Coffee Soap

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Hey all you soapers out there! Are you a constant coffee drinker like we are? Did you read my blog about Coffee Fragrances? Well you need to! It coincides perfectly with the awesome recipe I’m about to give you! Now I know we all love free recipes, but a coffee one? How fantastic is that? Yes, we have created a Cinnanut Coffee Soap using our Cinnanut Columbian Cafe fragrance. If you’re looking for a new soap to make that smells just pure heavenly, this is definitely the one for you! You and your loved ones are sure to love the delicious aromas of this soap!

 

Ingredients for base layer:

570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

6 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

4 grams of Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

 

Ingredients for second layer:

570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

1 gram of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

 

Ingredients for whipped top layer:

150 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap

150 grams of Whipped Soap Base

17 grams of Vegetable Glycerin

18 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

 

Ingredients for cinnamon sticks:

300 grams of Clear Diamond Melt and Pour Soap

5 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant

15 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil

Equipment and Other Ingredients:

Deep Mixing Bowl

Hand Mixer

Mixing Spoon

Cookie Sheet

Ground Cinnamon

Rubbing Alcohol

8oz. Clear Bullet Bottle

24/410 Black Fine Mist Sprayer

1 Square Loaf Mold Market Mold

 

Directions:

  1. Weigh out and melt down 570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap in the microwave. This should take about a minute and half, however if it is not completely melted you can put it back for about 30 seconds.

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  1. When your soap is completely melted, add 6 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, 4 grams of Black Oxide FUN Soap Colorant, and 29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil.

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3. Mix everything thoroughly.

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4. Carefully pour the mixture into the mold.

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5.Spray it with rubbing alcohol so the layers will not mix with eachother and then let it sit for about 15 minutes until the layer is hard.

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6. To start your second layer, measure out and melt down 570 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap.

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7. Next, add 1 gram of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and 29 grams of Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance Oil and mix it very thoroughly.

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8. Make sure that your first layer is hardened and then pour the second layer on the top.

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9. Spray the second layer with the rubbing alcohol and then let it sit again for another 15 minutes or so until it becomes hard.

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10. While you are waiting for that layer to harden, you can make your cinnamon sticks. First, weigh out and melt down 300 grams of Clear Diamond Melt and Pour Soap. This should only take about 45 seconds.

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11. Once it is completely melted, add 5 grams of Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant.

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12.  Then add 15 grams of the Cinnanut fragrance oil and mix it thoroughly.

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13. Pour the mixture onto a cookie sheet and spray it with rubbing alcohol to get rid of any air bubbles and then let it sit until it hardens.

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14. Once it hardens, cut it in half and then roll it in pieces to form the cinnamon sticks.

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15. Once your cinnamon sticks are finished and your layers are completely hardened, you can start on the whipped top base. Weigh out and melt down 150 grams of Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap.

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16. Next, weigh out 150 grams of Whipped Soap Base and pour 17 grams of vegetable glycerin and 18 grams of the Cinnanut fragrance oil into the whipped base. With a hand mixer, mix your mixture together with the melt and pour soap.

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17. Quickly pour the mixture on top of the second layer of your soap and shape it to look like whipped cream on top.

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18. Then arrange your cinnamon sticks on top and sprinkle with cinnamon.

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19. Let your soap sit for about 15 minutes (or it can be refrigerated) and then it will be ready to enjoy!

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Your delicious new Cinnanut Coffee Soap is now ready! The yummy scent of cinnanut will delight everyone you know! Please contact us if you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns! And don’t forget to watch for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
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Coffee Fragrances

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coffee aromaCoffee Fragrances

Hello all you wonderful people! Are any of you guys coffee addicts? Well Deb, Melissa, and myself sure are! We pretty much depend on the caffeine punch daily! How do you guys take your coffee? Just plain black? Maybe a little bit of sugar? Or maybe just a little cream? Or are you like me and say “I’d like some coffee with my cream and sugar please!” And the smell…just wonderful! Wouldn’t you love to capture that scent and have it around you at all times? What about coffee fragrances for all of your candles and soaps and other projects? Yes! Here at Nature’s Garden we offer many different coffee fragrance oils that you should definitely include in your next projects! Your family and friends or customers will absolutely love the smell of fresh coffee!

Café Caramel Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of fresh-brewed cappuccino, filled with heavy cream, and sweetened with sugary caramel.

cafe caramel fragrance

Café Mocha Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the perfect arrangement of fragrance notes reminiscent of fresh brewed coffee, chocolate syrup, creamy vanilla, and marshmallows.

cafe mocha fragrance

Cappuccino Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich strong fresh brewed coffee with heavy cream and sugar.

cappuccino fragrance

Cinnanut Columbian Café Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the rich tones of fresh roasted Colombian coffee perfectly balanced with warm cinnamon to create this blend. Buttery roasted Brazil nuts and rich maple add texture to the gourmand delight.

cinnanut columbian cafe fragrance

French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sugary, vanilla aroma with just the right amount of fresh brewed coffee.

french vanilla coffee fragrance

Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of strong black fresh brewed Arabica coffee beans. This is our original fresh brewed coffee fragrance.  Coffee fragrances do have base notes of vanilla in them, which may smell somewhat chocolately.

original fresh brewed coffee fragrance

Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an aroma of freshly brewed Arabica coffee beans combined with creamy vanilla with a base note of nutty hazelnuts.

hazelnut coffee fragrance

Jamaican Vanilla Café Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a harmony of rich roasted Jamaican coffee and sweet vanilla beans making this scent a delightful temptation.

jamaican vanilla cafe fragrance

Mountain Hazelnut Café Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is rich roasted hazelnut with buttery accents to compliment this roasted coffee blend. Sweet undertones of brown sugar create a caramelized effect for the beverage sensation.

mountain hazelnut cafe fragrance

Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich roasted Columbian coffee that is blended with spices and hints of toasted nut in this beverage sensation.  A base of vanilla butter cream add tempting sweetness to the blend.

snickerdoodle latte fragrance

        Don’t those just sound perfect for your next soap or candle project? The thoughts of those amazing aromas is something you just can’t turn down! And not only do we offer incredible coffee fragrances, we also have a coffee soap recipe! Go on now, you know you’re just dying to try it! We have many other awesome free recipes that you should definitely put on your future projects list as well! If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We’re here to help you succeed however we can! And be sure to watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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