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Aug
16

Almond Body Cream Recipe


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Almond Body Cream Recipe Almond Body Cream Recipe

Natures Garden has a wonderful almond body cream recipe that will please everyone who tries it. Furthermore, all the ingredients for this almond body lotion can be found right here at Natures Garden. Whether you are looking to add a cream to your bath and body product line, or you are looking for a new weekend craft project, you will not be disappointed. With only four phases in this body cream tutorial, you will find it to be fun and simple to make. However, not only is this lotion easy to make, it also contains many skin loving ingredients. Sweet almond oil, for example, is a moisturizing light oil that is easily absorbed by your skin. In addition, macadamia nut oil provides nourishment for dry, aging skin. Finally, we have added shea butter for additional nourishment and moisturizing.  This handcrafted body cream will leave you skin feeling soft and smooth without the greasy feeling that some lotions can leave. Everyone that has tried this recipe has instantly fallen in love!

Almond Body Cream Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Shea Butter

Stearic Acid

Silky Emulsifying Wax

Sweet Almond Oil

Macadamia Nut Oil

Optiphen – Preservative

Vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol T-50) Natural

Almond Fragrance Oil

8 oz. Clear PET Jar

White Straight Lid Smooth 70/400

Thermometer

Almond Body Cream Recipe Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

Distilled Water

Mixing Bowl

Stainless Steel Spoon

Stovetop

(2) Pots

Spatula

Stick Blender

Scale

Almond Body Cream a Closer Look at the Ingredients Used

Almond Fragrance Oil is amazing for a lotion.  It is an almond scent that is similar to a popular brand.  Our almond scented oil is a true almond aroma and a Natures Garden best selling fragrance oil!

Shea butter not only naturally contains vitamins, it also acts a humectant. In addition, it is often used in the medical industry as a base for many ointments due to its antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti inflammatory properties.

Sweet Almond Oil is light, moisturizing, and easily absorbed into the skin. This means you will remain moisturized without the extra grease some creams and lotions can leave.

Macadamia Nut Oil is wonderfully nourishing for dry skin, leaving it soft and smooth.  In addition, it is high in omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. It also has high levels of antioxidants. Finally, just like sweet almond oil, it is easily absorbed by the skin, without the greasy feel.

Silky Emulsifying Wax is an emulsifier that helps your oils and butters mix with your water based ingredients.  In addition, this particular emulsifier will leave your skin feeling silkier compared to other types of emulsifiers.

Vitamin E Oil is used in this lotion recipe as an antioxidant. So, what exactly does this mean? Oils, like the carrier oils used in this almond body cream recipe, will go rancid and turn brown over time. Natures Garden carries pure Tocopherol T-50 vitamin E oil that is used to slow this process.

Stearic Acid is used in both creams and lotions. Stearic acid acts as a thickener in this product, and in other cosmetic recipes. Without stearic acid, this cream would not have the wonderful thickness that we love.

Optiphen preservative is used to prevent the growth of things like bacteria, yeast, and mold. Now, some believe that vitamin E oil can be used a preservative.  However, vitamin E is not a preservative, it cannot prevent bacteria growth.

 

Almond Body Cream Recipe Total Recipe Weights for All Ingredients

706 grams Distilled Water

36 grams Macadamia Nut Oil

80 grams Sweet Almond Oil

48 grams Silky Emulsifying Wax

16 grams Stearic Acid

20 grams Shea Butter

10 grams Vitamin E Oil

14 grams Optiphen Preservative

12 grams Almond Fragrance Oil

Almond Body Cream RecipeAlmond Body Cream Recipe Preparations Preparations Prior to Starting

Before you start making your almond body cream recipe, make sure you have everything you need near your work station. This recipe will create five 8 ounce jars of lotion. So, you will want to get five of your 8 ounce jars out, along with five 70/400 straight smooth white lids. Additionally, you are going to want to make sure your work area, packaging materials, and equipment are cleaned and sanitized. At this time you also will want to get out any ingredients you will be using and place them in your work area. Taking these little steps ahead of time will ensure that making this recipe will go as smoothly as possible. Finally, we recommend wearing gloves, a hair net, and an apron when preparing this recipe. So, go ahead and put those on at this time.

 

Almond Body Cream Recipe Phase 1: The Water PhaseAlmond Body Cream Recipe Phase 1: The Water Phase

First, you will need to prepare the water needed for your homemade lotion. So, you are going to need to weigh out at least 850 grams of distilled water. While the recipe only calls for 706 grams of distilled water, you always want to account for the water that evaporates when you are heating it on your stove top. Remember, it is always better to have too much water than not enough. So, if you are over the 850 grams, that is okay, we will be weighing the portion of the water we will be using for the cream later. Now, go ahead and place the water into a pot and place the pot on the stove. Heat your water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. You will need to keep the water at 180 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 20 minutes. The heat will destroy any bacteria that is in the water. After 20 minutes, you can now remove your water from the heat source. Finally, you will weigh out the water that you will be using for the almond cream. So, weigh out 706 grams of the heated distilled water from your initial 850 grams of distilled water.

 

Almond Body Cream Recipe Phase 2: The Oil PhaseAlmond Body Cream Recipe Phase 2: The Oil Phase

Next, weigh out all of the following ingredients: 80 grams of stearic acid, 48 grams of silky emulsifying wax, 80 grams of sweet almond oil, 36 grams of macadamia nut oil, and 20 grams of shea butter. You will be melting the oils, butters, and waxes using the double boiler method. You will need two pots, one larger than the other. Next, in the larger pot, add a few inches of tap water. Now, place the larger pot, containing the water, on the stove top over medium heat. Then, place all of your oils, butters, and waxes you weighed out into your smaller pot. Finally, put your smaller pot filled with all your weighed out ingredients into the larger pot containing the water. This will create a double boiler. Lastly, melt and heat your cream ingredients to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure to stir occasionally as you are melting the ingredients.  Stirring will prevent scorching of the oils. In addition, it will ensure an even temperature throughout the waxes, butters, and oils.

Almond Body Cream Recipe Phase 3: The Mixing PhaseAlmond Body Cream Recipe Phase 3: The Mixing Phase

Once the temperatures of your water, along with your oil, wax and butter mixture are both at about 140 degrees Fahrenheit, place them both into a deep mixing bowl. For this bowl, the deeper the better so you don’t lose any of your mixture as you are blending. Now, use your stick blender to blend your water and other ingredients together. You will need to mix very well. You will find that while stick blending the ingredients, the mixture will turn white in color. This is a great sign. It means your almond body cream is starting to emulsify. Continue to stick blend until your lotion begins to emulsify.  Then, in the next step, we will be adding a few more ingredients.

Almond Body Cream Recipe Phase 4: The Cool Down PhaseAlmond Body Cream Recipe Phase 4: The Cool Down Phase

Last, are entering the final phase, phase 4. We refer to this as the cool down phase. During this phase, your handmade body cream will really begin to take shape. Allow your mixture from phase 3 to cool to 120-140 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the temperature of the cream has cooled to this temperature, you will be adding a few more ingredients. However, first, I would like to point out the importance of temperature.  When it comes to adding you preservative, it is extremely important to pay very close attention and add it at the correct time.  If you add a preservative at temperatures above 140 degrees Fahrenheit, the preservative will burn off.  This will leave your finished product unprotected.  A preservative prevents the growth of bacteria in the product.  Now, if you add the preservative below 120 degrees Fahrenheit, you may notice the preservative will separate from the lotion or cream. So, just remember to pay close attention to those temperatures and your cream will turn out perfectly!

Almond Body Cream Recipe Phase 4: The Cool Down Phase

Now, since your temperatures are correct, you are ready to add the last few ingredients. You are going to need to add 14 grams of your optiphen preservative,10 grams of vitamin E oil, and 12 grams of Natures Garden’s Almond Fragrance Oil. Once these are added, you will once again, use your stick blender to mix your ingredients together. You want to make sure you have all three ingredients mixed thoroughly and evenly into the body cream. As your almond body cream cools, it will continue to thicken to a cream consistency. You will want to stick blend the body cream periodically as the almond cream is cooling. Each time you stick blend the cream, it will get thicker. Once your almond cream reaches room temperature, it will be a thick luscious body cream.

 

Almond Body Cream Recipe Packaging Your ProductAlmond Body Cream Recipe Packaging Your Product

Finally, now that your almond body cream has cooled and reached room temperature, fill each of your five 8 ounce jars and place the smooth straight lid on top of each of the jars. There are a few different ways you can fill the jars. When we created our cream, we used a bowl with a spout. So, we just simply slowly poured our cream right into the jars. Another option is using a spoon to scoop the almond body cream into each jar. Alternatively, you can also use a Ziploc bag, cutting the corner to create a decorating bag, and fill the jar that way. This homemade cream recipe will make approximately five of the 8 oz jars.

Almond Body Cream Recipe Using the LotionAlmond Body Cream Recipe Using Your Handmade Cream

When creating this body cream, we used our Almond Fragrance Oil but you can always use another body safe fragrance oil if you would like. In addition, we chose to keep the body cream its natural color. However, you can add color if you wish to. If you do decide to color this recipe, you will want to use one of our Da Bomb Soap Dyes. You will just need to add a couple drops at a time until you get the color you are looking for! Alternatively, you can infuse herbs to naturally color your homemade cream lotion. There are just so many options, you can truly make this craft unique to you!  The sky is the limit!

We hope you love Almond Body Cream Recipe as much as we do! This is body cream recipe is a favorite among Natures Garden staff.  In fact, both Shannon and I especially love this one right now!  We have become absolutely obsessed!  It leaves our skin feeling so amazing and soft. Also, it smells delicious! With the holiday season quickly approaching, this homemade lotion will make great gifts. This is also the perfect time to add this body cream to your cosmetic product line just in time for Christmas shopping! This homemade lotion gives off a very strong feminine fragrance.

We would love to see your handmade almond body creams as well. Show us your finish body cream, or any other candle, soap, and cosmetic products you have created. Post your pictures of finished products on our Facebook page.  You can also tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents. Finally, if you are looking for another project to try, be sure to check out our recipe box. It has a ton of creative, fragrance fun ideas!  Learn how to make soap, bath bombs, bubble bars, and even fun projects t do with the kids.

 

Jun
09

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics


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Herbs for Soap and CosmeticsHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics

We at Natures Garden love the benefits of our many Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics. Each cosmetic herb has its own unique set of benefits that enhance the products they are used to create. So, adding cosmetic herbs to recipes can lead to a whole bunch of beneficial properties. Some herbs work well to naturally color your products. Some herbs are wonderful for relaxing and stress relief. Other herb additives will provide benefits to the skin, such as reducing acne or soothing irritation. Plus, there are herbs that contain a variety of healthy minerals and vitamins that are very beneficial. So, you can see why natural additives can be so great for your products and why we use them in our recipes whenever we can!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Activated Charcoal PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Activated Charcoal Powder

Activated Charcoal makes a wonderful addition to cosmetics and soaps, as it has a few different benefits. First, this herb is a perfect natural colorant. The color that it provides is a dark black shade that is bold and true. Since the color is natural you can use this instead of adding soap dye or another colorant. Also, this activated charcoal powder is a natural detoxifier! Not only will activated charcoal attract and adsorb grime as you use your product, but the activated charcoal will provide a deep pore clean. Plus, it is a natural odor absorber as it will cling to and remove odor as well. We have created recipes, such as the Activated Charcoal Mask Recipe and  the Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe, with activated charcoal that you can try out.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Aloe Vera Leaf Powder Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Aloe Vera Leaf Powder 

Next, we have an herb that is very well known for its healing properties. Of course, we are referring to the Aloe Vera Leaf Powder! This healing cosmetic herb is perfect for helping your skin better deal with irritation, sunburn, or inflammation. This herb is soothing and contains antioxidants, vitamin C, and other minerals which allow the skin to heal faster than it normally would. We have tried this herb out by creating the Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe and it worked wonderfully! This creation was perfect for soothing a sunburn disaster! Plus, we added this herb to the Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe to help heal cracked and dry skin on feet, which was a great success. So, this herb is truly a nourishing and helpful herb.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Beet Root PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Beet Root Powder

This next  natural cosmetic additive is a perfect natural colorant! The Beet Root Powder is a lovely herb that is perfect for achieving shades of pinks and light reds. This natural colorant can be used in anything from bath products like our Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe and our Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe to lip products. like our Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe. This herb is really the best natural colorant for pink! Plus, it is full of nutrients, such as beta carotene, vitamin B5, vitamin B1, vitamin C, glycine, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, selenium, tryptophan, tyrosine, and zinc.  Herbalists recognize beet root powder for its ability to help the liver metabolize fats, its ability to help reduce LDL in the blood, and to reduce blood pressure. So, this is pretty and good for you to use in bath and body products!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Orange Peel PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Orange Peel Powder

The Orange Peel Powder is a great herb for your skin care products. This  powdered herb has a lovely citrus scent and is full of great vitamins for your skin! In recipes, this herb is said to have anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties. So, this herb would make a great addition to soap recipes! For example, you could create recipes like the Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe or the Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Burdock Root PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Burdock Root Powder

The Burdock Root Powder is an herb that is known for treating chronic skin conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, boils, styes, herpes, carbuncles, cankers, and syphilitic sores. SO, this herb would be very beneficial in creating soothing recipes to treat skin issues. For example, you could create a product like the Soothing Facial Mask Recipe to potentially reduce acne or other skin problems.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Pomegranate Fruit PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Pomegranate Fruit Powder

Pomegranate fruit powder is an amazing herb for the skin! This powder has a high level of antioxidants and vitamins, which leads to promoting healthy cell growth by nourishing the skin. Plus, this fruit powder herb has been known to exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. So, this herb is perfect for skin care recipes!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Green Tea PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Green Tea Powder

While this herb is more commonly used in tea form, the Green Tea Powder herb is perfect for bath and body products. This herb has both antioxidant properties and gentle exfoliation abilities that make it nice for softening skin. Plus, this powder will provide a natural green color in cp soap batches.

 

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Calendula Flowers Whole Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Calendula Flowers Whole

The whole Calendula Flowers herb is a lovely flower that some wonderful properties for the skin. We have previously used this cosmetic herb in our Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe and our Calendula Bath Melts Recipe due to these wonderful properties. The Calendula Flowers are believed to reduce inflammation, reduce acne, and promote healthy skin and hair, which means that this herb is perfect for bath teas, soaps, lip balms, ointments, lotions, face toners, after shave formulas, scrubs, massage oils and some bath bombs. Further, this herb for bath and body products is great for helping acne issues, burns, rashes, bruised or inflamed skin. Also, this herb has been know to help to reduce varicose veins after a few weeks use.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Hibiscus Flowers PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Hibiscus Flowers Powder

You ready for a cosmetic herb that is both pretty and powerful? Check out our Hibiscus Flowers Powder because it is just that! First of all, this powder is a gorgeous colorant! This floral powder provides a pretty pink color that is vibrant and beautiful. Second, this herb has some pretty amazing natural properties. Hibiscus flowers are high in antioxidants and amino acids, and also contain oligopeptides that have been shown to have wrinkle-smoothing properties. We have seen with our Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe that this natural cosmetic additive is perfect for wrinkle reducing! This herb has been referred to as a natural Botox and we can definitely see why! This stuff is amazing!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Carrot PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Carrot Powder

Carrot powder is a perfect herb for skin care recipes! This powder has been know to repair and tone the skin, reduce wrinkles and scars, and increase elasticity. These benefits come from the the abundance of vitamins and minerals that this powdered herb possesses. Plus, this herb can be used to provide a natural orange color in products. So, this would be perfect for creating scrubs or lotion products!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Lavender Flower PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Lavender Flower Powder

Also, we have a wonderful herb that is fragrant with many beneficial properties. The Lavender Flower Powder is has a lovely and strong scent that is loved by many. These flowers have been used for everything from perfumes, bathing, wound healing, to use as a natural insect repellent. Plus, this herb has some great uses in bath and body products. For example, this herb is perfect for skin care products as it has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, toning, and healing properties. The lavender flower powder works to treat acne, eczema, psoriasis, and oily skin. We have used this fabulous powder in our own Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe to create a bath bomb that cares for the skin and smells lovely. So, this truly is a perfect herb for bath and body products!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Lavender Flowers WholeHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Lavender Flowers Whole

Further, you can try out a similar herb to our lavender flowers powder, which is the Lavender Flowers Whole. This herb has all the same wonderful properties with the same beautiful aroma, but this herb maintains the pretty flowers! So, this herb would work wonderfully in a recipe with the lavender powder. So, you can have the benefits of this plant all the way through your product as well as have some pretty flowers sprinkled in. We have used these flowers in a few different recipes, such as  the Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe and the Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe, to add another gorgeous element to the recipe. While these products would’ve been fairly pretty on their own, adding flowers on top made the product truly desirable.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Oat Straw Green PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Oat Straw Green Powder

Next, we have an herb that is great for cosmetic creations. The Oat Straw Green Powder has some lovely skin care properties that will leave your body feeling soft and rejuvenated. This cosmetic herb has long been used in skin, hair, and nail care recipes for its rejuvenating and softening qualities. So, adding this herb to your own products can only benefit your recipe. We have used this herb in our own recipes, such as the Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe and the Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe. This made our bath and body recipes much more softening and caring for the skin.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Cornsilk PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Cornsilk Powder

You can use cornsilk powder to naturally enhance your bath and body products. This herb is known to reduce inflammation and soften the skin. So, this would be great for skin care. Plus, this herb is perfect for hair care, too! Cor nsilk powder will leave hair smooth and soft!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Camu Camu Fruit PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Camu Camu Fruit Powder

Another wonderful herb for products is the Camu Camu Fruit Powder. This cosmetic ingredient has  vitamin C, vitamin B1, B2, B3, beta-carotene, amino acids, phytochemicals, bioflavanoids, phosphorus, potassium, iron, antioxidants, and calcium, which are wonderful for the body. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient is wonderful for the skin. Due to the high levels of antioxidants in camu camu, it is used in cosmetic products to reduce free radical attacks; protecting the skin from premature aging. Plus, camu camu has been said to help whiten dark patches on the skin when used in skincare products. We have used this powdered herb in Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe and in the Blueberry Bath Bomb Recipe. These recipes are great for the skin and are very nourishing!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Comfrey Root Powder Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Comfrey Root Powder 

Another great addition to a bath and body product would be the Comfrey Root Powder. This herb has quite a few beneficial properties for the skin. Comfrey root has been known to help expedite the healing process of wounds, stop bleeding, relieve pain, and help prevent infection. Plus, this herbal powder can be added to lotions and creams to help reduce the pain associated with arthritis, sunburn, or other skin irritations. Further, creams containing comfrey root are also recommended for diabetic sores to promote healing. So, this is a great herb for healing cuts, burns, or irritations.We utilized this healing herb to create a Soothing Facial Mask Recipe. While this mask would be perfect for those with sunburns or skin irritations, it is also great as a face mask on a typical day to leave your skin feeling refreshed and happy.

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Organic Cocoa PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Organic Cocoa Powder

Not only is this cocoa powder rich in many vitamins and minerals, but this cosmetic herb smells fantastic! Our Organic Cocoa Powder is a lovely herb that is perfect for any kind of bath and body product. First of all, cacao beans are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C, E and pantothenic acid. Plus, they are rich in magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and potassium.  Furthermore, this herb contains caffeine, which is actually beneficial to the skin.

So, cocoa powder is already winning on its beneficial vitamins and minerals for your skin, but you must remember that this is basically powdered chocolate! How does chocolate lip balm sound to you? Chocolate facial masks? Yummy!  I mean, we used this powder in Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe,  in our Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe, and in our Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe. All of these turned out perfectly and were great for skin!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Vanilla PowderHerbs for Soap and Cosmetics Vanilla Powder

The Vanilla Powder is a unique ingredient for cosmetics with a scent that is absolutely mouth watering. This white colored herb won’t alter the color of your product, but it will add a strong dose of sweet vanilla goodness. The scent is so strong and smells exactly how you would expect vanilla to smell. Thus this scent is strong, true, natural, and perfect for bath and body products. We have used this fantastic bath and body additive in the  Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe, the Natural Vanilla Body Powder Recipe, and a few other recipes. All of them had that amazing vanilla scent mixed in with their fragrance oils that added to the existing scent to create something even better!

Herbs for Soap and Cosmetics Interested in More Herbs

We hope that you enjoyed this list of some of our favorite herbs to use in our own creations. These are some of the herbs that we carry and have found to be exceptional in some way. However, there are many, many more herbs that you can use to create products that are absolutely amazing and all natural. There are some that we have not yet used in our own recipes, that could still help you create lovely and beneficial products. While we have yet to use some of these herbs ourselves, we have researched each and everyone to understand exactly how the herbs will enhance your products. So, you will be able to create a recipe that is perfectly fit to your needs. If you are interested in looking through all the herbs that we carry, then check out the Herbs and Spices Page on the Natures Garden website.

Apr
21

Best Mango Fragrance Oils


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Best Mango Fragrance Oils Best Mango Fragrance Oils

Today we will be spotlighting Natures Garden’s top mango fragrance oils.  These scents are extremely popular during summer months.  Our tropical aromas not only smell amazing, but they perform wonderfully in handmade craft recipes.  So, read below to learn more about each of our mango fragrance oils.  We will also give you project ideas and let you know how each performs in various applications.  With summer right around the corner, these are the best mango fragrance oils offered at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies.  These mango fragrance oils can be used in soap making, homemade candle making as well as cosmetic making.

Coco Mango Fragrance OilCoco Mango Fragrance Oil

This complex is one of our more mango fragrance oils beginning with fruity notes of mango, fresh strawberries, elderberries, and ripe papaya. This scent is completed with rich vanilla and toasted coconut with just a hint of soft musk.  An NG original!  A Best Seller!

Top Notes: mango, strawberry
Mid Notes:  elderberries, ripe papaya
Base Notes:  coconut, vanilla, soft musk

 

Rose Petals Bath Melts Recipe

How have we used coco mango fragrance oil?  Well, we used it in these adorable bath melts.  With the addition of both mango butter and cocoa butter, these bath melts will pamper your skin.  So, when you’re ready to make the Rose Petal Bath Melts, click the link, or picture for the recipe.

 

Coco Mango Fragrance Oil performs pretty well in cold process soap.  It showed no ricing and also no acceleration.  While we did notice slight separation after pouring the batter, the oils did reabsorb.  In addition, it discolors to a milk chocolate. Strong scent retention.  See exactly how it performs by clicking here.

 

When creating homemade candles with Natures Garden’s Coco Mango aroma, we suggest a yellow orange color.  You can achieve this color by using 2 drops of orange along with 2 drops yellow liquid candle dye. However, we should add, this suggestion is based on a 4 pound batch of wax.

 

Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil

When our perfumist presented Natures Garden with this fragrance oil, we were in awe!  Refreshing, exotic, with just the right amount of Japanese grapefruit.  Grapefruit mango fragrance begins with top notes of Japanese grapefruit, ruby red grapefruit, and mango; followed by middle notes of cucumber and honeydew melon; and sits on a dry down of vanilla. An NG Original Fragrance!

 

Do you make your own candles?  Natures Garden suggests coloring you candles with either liquid candle dye or color blocks.  You can use 4 drops orange plus 2 drops red liquid candle dye.  Alternatively, a small amount of shredded red and orange color blocks can be used.

Now, while this one can be used in a variety of bath and body products, we have found that it does not perform well in cold process soap recipes.  You are welcome to test Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil in hot process soap, however we have not tested it in this application.

 

Lime Basil Mango Fragrance OilLime Basil Mango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is sweet and tangy, with a summer citrus blend of exotic kaffir lime mixed with crisp basil and juicy mangos.

Top Notes: Kaffir Lime, Mango, Lemon
Mid Notes: Basil, Lemongrass, Orange Blossom, Ginger
Base Notes: Musk

 

For those making cold process soap, look no further this fragrance oil is PHENOMENAL!  It showed no ricing, no separation, no acceleration, discolors to a butter.  In addition, the scent is very strong and AMAZING!  See for yourself, click the link for our Lime Basil Mango Cold Process Soap Testing Video.  This video will show you the soap recipe we used and how it performed.

 

When you’re coloring your homemade candles using this mango fragrance oil, we suggest a lime color.  You can use 2 drops of yellow with the addition of 2 drops green liquid candle dye to get this color.  Another option is color blocks.  So, you can shred a small amount of green and yellow color blocks into your melted wax for the same color results.

 

Mango and Mandarins Fragrance OilMango and Mandarins Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the refreshing aroma of freshly sliced mandarins and tangerines on a bed of diced ripe mango.

 

 

 


First, candle makers, this fragrance oil provides wonderful scent throw.  Now, if you need a coloring suggestion, we suggest an orange color.  So, either 4 drops of orange liquid candle colorant, or shred some orange color block into your wax.

 

 

Next, for all you soap makers out there, you will be very happy with this mango scent.  We found it to work beautifully in cold process soap.  It showed no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing.  Also, we found no discoloration.  It soaped like a dream and had a strong scent retention.

 

 

Mango Fragrance OilMango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the smell of freshly sliced ripened mango.

 

 

 

 

Next, we will talk about coloring candles created with Mango Fragrance Oil.  First, for those using color blocks, a small amount of both yellow and orange color blocks will do the trick.  If you are using liquid candle dye, we suggest 2 drops of yellow and a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye.

 

Finally, while this one doesn’t perform as perfectly as some, the finished product turned out great.  We found no acceleration.  We did find that it separated but reabsorbed.  While we did notice slight ricing, the finished soap looked beautiful!  We had no discoloration along with good scent retention!

 

Mango Papaya Fragrance OilMango Papaya Fragrance Oil

A tropical delight fragrance oil by Natures Garden! You will fall in love with this fruity blend of ripened mango and juicy papaya. Your product line is not the same without this fragrance! A Best Seller!  Now contains higher essential oil content.

 

 

 

Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil is fabulous in melt and pour soap recipes.  Natures Garden created this soap, the perfect tropical scent for the summer months.  Not only is it strong, it’s adorable as well.

 

 

In addition, Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil can be used in cp soap recipes wonderfully.  Watch our cold process soap video to see for yourself.  We showed no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  Also, we found our soap had a  very strong scent.

 

 


Next, to all our candle making friends, this is another mango scent we suggest coloring orange.  You can either use an small amount of an orange color block, or 3 drops of orange liquid candle colorant.

 

Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance OilMango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has luscious tones of fruit which are blended with warm spicy accents in this tempting creation. Bright citrus notes of tangerine balance with fresh cherry for the tangy top note. A heart of ripe peach mingles with strawberry, as hints of spice add delightful texture to the blend. Floral undertones are enveloped in a clean musk base to complete the fruit sensation.

Candle Makers, if you would like to color homemade candles made with Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil, we suggest 3 drops of red plus 3 drops of orange liquid candle dye for every 4 pounds of wax.  However, if you would like to use color blocks, you absolutely can.  We suggest a small amount of a red and orange color block.

While this fragrance will be a great addition to both melt and pour soap and hot process soap recipe, we found it separated our of our cold process soap batter.

 

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance OilMango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil

Mango Sage Tea fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a unique combination of refreshing leaves of rubbed sage, juicy mango, papaya, and strawberries, with a wonderful base note of freshly brewed white tea leaves. AN NG original fragrance!

 

 

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil in CP SoapFirst, let’s talk about Mango Sage Tea scented soap.  While we did find slight acceleration in our soap batter with this scent, it is totally workable.  Check out our cold process soap video to see what I mean.  We also found no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  This is a nice scent in CP soap.

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil in CandlesLastly, our coloring suggestion.  Candle makers can use 1 drop of green colorant and 1 drop of yellow liquid candle dye.  Alternatively, you can use a small amount of shredded green and yellow color blocks per 4 pounds of wax.

 

Mango Sorbet Fragrance OilMango Sorbet Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an uplifting, energizing blend of ripe mango, juicy lemons, and fabulous, red raspberries.

 

 

 

 

Soap makers this one is a must have!  Not only is it one of my go to mango fragrance oils in CP soap, it is also a customer favorite!  As one of our most popular fragrance oils in soap, Mango Sorbet is a soap makers dream!  It shows no ricing, no acceleration, also no separation, and discolors to a very slight beige.  In addition, it is very strong in cured soap.  Make sure you check out this soaping video.

 

Mango Cold Process Soap RecipeIf you are in search of the perfect soap recipe for this scent, give our Mango Cold Process Soap Recipe a try.  Not only is this CP soap scented with Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil, there are a variety of skin loving oils in this recipe.

 

 

Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil in CandlesLast but not least, candle makers can color their homemade candles using 3 drops yellow plus 1 drop orange liquid candle dye.  If you would prefer color blocks, you can use a small amount of both shredded yellow and orange color blocks.

 

 

Mango Tangerine Fragrance OilMango Tangerine Fragrance Oil

This fragrance is described as a tropical blend of mango mixed with zesty clementines and red raspberries blended with sweet vanilla.  This aroma was tested in the VIP Customer Testing Program, and received extremely good reviews across the board. Customers have called this one of our strongest mango fragrance oils.  Mango Tangerine fragrance oil by Natures Garden is very similar to Home Interior’s Mango Cooler.

 

 

Mango Tangerine Fragrance Oil in Candle WaxFirst, for my candle making friends, our preference is 3 drops orange liquid candle colorant in 4 pounds of candle wax.  Also, you could shred a small amount of an orange color block into your melted candle wax.

 

 

Next, Mango Tangerine Fragrance Oil is another favorite among soapers.  What were our results?  A perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and it discolors to a butter.  Scent retention is super strong.  Amazing!  Check out the video here.

 

 

Finally, how has Natures Garden used this one?  We chose to add it to our whipped soap base.  This Mango Tangerine Bath Icing is GREAT!  A wonderful whipped soap scented with this fabulous mango scent.  What could be better?

 

 

Mint Mango Tea Fragrance OilMint Mango Tea Fragrance Oil

This unique fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a combination of refreshing leaves of peppermint and spearmint, juicy mango, papaya, and strawberries, with a wonderful base note of freshly brewed white tea leaves. AN NG original fragrance!

 

 

 

Mint Mango Tea is a strong addition to candle wax.  When coloring your homemade candles, we suggest a small amount of shredded green and yellow color blocks.  Another option is using 2 drops green and 2 drops yellow liquid candle dye to color your candles.

 

 

As far as soapmakers, we tested this one for you too!  See our soap testing video here.  We had no acceleration, no separation, no discoloration, slight ricing.  Scent is amazing and strong!   Check out a tiger swirl soap recipe we created using Mint Mango Tea Fragrance Oil.

 

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance OilNG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil

This delightful fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses;  followed by middle notes of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily; all sitting on base notes of floral musks.  Compare NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance oil to the smell of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

 

First of all, for those of you making candles, this fragrance oil will come through nice and strong.  We recommend coloring your candles with 3 drops of red and 3 drops of orange liquid candle dye.  You could also use an ample amount of a red and an orange color block shredded into your melted wax.

 

Next, this fragrance oil is extremely strong in handmade soaps.  We found no separation and no ricing.  However, we did show slight acceleration to the batter.  Although, it had no discoloration and an awesome scent retention.

 

Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance OilPapaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a POWER SCENT; very complex and strong!  This fragrance was tested by customers in our VIP testing program and received incredible praise!  Relax, refresh and recharge with the serene yet uplifting scent of luscious tropical mango, juicy papaya and creamy island florals.  One of our favorite mango fragrance oils.

Top Notes: Cherry, Mango, Papaya, Guava, Lime
Middle Notes: Lily of the Valley
Base Notes: Vanilla

 

This is a fabulous tropical scent in soap.  While initially we thought it might not be great in soap, the finished soap looked great and had a strong scent retention.  Our testing showed that it riced but stick blended out, separated but reabsorbed.  We found now acceleration.  The cured soap discolors to a light brown sugar color.

 


When creating homemade candles, we suggest 3 drops orange and 1 drop yellow liquid candle dye.  This is again, based on a four pound batch.  You could shred a small amount of a yellow and orange color block into your melted wax instead.

 

 

Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance Oil

This refreshing Star Fruit Mango fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a blend of fresh star fruit and mangos, rounded out with notes of strawberry and peach. A Best Seller!

 

 

 

The last of our mango fragrance oils is Star Fruit Mango Fragrance Oil.  When used in soap Natures Garden found no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and finally no discoloration.  Also, the cured soap also had a good scent retention.

 

 

Finally, candle makers, this fragrance is perfect in candles.  You can color your wax with 2 drops yellow plus a tiny bit of orange liquid candle colorant.  Another option is to use color blocks.  You could shred some yellow color block along with a bit of an orange color block.

 

We hope that you love these mango fragrance oils as much as we do.  Which of these mango fragrance oils is your favorite?  Be sure to show us what your have made with these fragrance oils.  Post your pictures on or Facebook page.  You could also tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

 

Mar
30

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes


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40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes

Get ready for 40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes that are each different in their own way! While you can find these recipes under the recipes and classes section of the Natures Garden website, we understand that it can be hard to find what you want. Plus, it can be easy to miss some things with the amount of recipes available in the Scrub Recipes section. So, we’ve taken our collection of body scrubs and created an easy to organize blog. This way you can quickly view each scrub in an organized list to see all of their strong points and pick the recipe that suits you best.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe

Initially, I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorites. The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe uses an amazing combination of oils that truly pamper the skin. Further, Acai Berry Fragrance Oil is a scent that is sweet, rich, and absolutely amazing! Finally, this scrub has an adorable creative image of looking just like an Acai berry smoothie in the jar! Overall, this recipe is one that  combines quality and creativity to create the perfect scrub.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub

Second, check out a recipe that is cute and great for your hands! Not only does the Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub use oils that are wonderful for the skin, but this scrub has a super cute layered design. While this artistic design looks as though it could be complicated, all it takes is alternating between two colors as you fill your jars.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, try out a simple exfoliating and softening recipe. The Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe uses two different moisturizing oils as well as the herb Oat Straw Green Powder. This herb is know for its rejuvenating and softening properties, which makes it perfect for this recipe! Further, this recipe has real brown sugar for a gentler exfoliation to accompany the Brown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Foaming Bath Salts Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Foaming Bath Salts Recipe

Further, check out a salt scrub that is super fun and bubbly! Since the Foaming Bath Salts Recipe includes the Ritzy Bath Gel, the scrub will recipe will get super bubbly with use. So, this scrub would be perfect for use during a bath. Not only is this a fun product to use, but its a great way to exfoliate and moisturize simultaneously.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe

Additionally, try out a lip scrub in a tube recipe. The Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe is very simple and super great for chapped lips. The recipe uses Lip Balm Base as well as White Granulated Sugar to create a lip scrub that works well.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes Mango Tangerine Bath Icing Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Mango Tangerine Bath Icing Recipe

Next, take a look at a cleansing recipe that is super simple to create. The Mango Tangerine Bath Icing Recipe uses very few ingredients and is easy to put together. The Whipped Soap Base is added to create a Bath Icing that is cleaning and great for baths. Also, the powdered sugar was included to create a soft exfoliating property to help clean the skin.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can try out a cleansing scrub that smells delicious. The Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe is a scrumptious recipe that combines Whipped Soap Base and Brown Sugar to create a prefect recipe for cleaning the body. Not only will you be removing all your dead skin, but this recipe is a soap as well.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, take a peak at a scrub recipe that takes chocolate to the next level. This Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe uses organic cocoa powder and Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil with both white and brown sugar to create an amazing sugar scrub. Plus, this recipe utilizes the skin healing power of raw honey

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Now, check out a super colorful sugar scrub. The Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses a whole rainbow of soap colorants along with the typical ingredients of an effective scrub. So, its moisturizing, exfoliating, and super fun!

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, take a look at a very cleansing scrub recipe. Typically, scrubs only exfoliate and moisturize, but the Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe uses some Whipped Soap Base to create something amazing. Not only will this recipe be great for exfoliating, but it is actually soap too.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe

Now, get ready for a salt scrub that is all kinds of citrus goodness. Not only does the Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe include both Lemon Peel Powder and Orange Peel Powder, but the scrubs contain Ruby Red Grapefruit Fragrance Oil. Further, the Vitamin E Oil and Coconut Oil keep your hands hydrated after the exfoliation.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe

Next, take a look at a hydrating scrub that uses a great cosmetic powder. The Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe combines the moisturizing and exfoliating abilities of a typical scrub with the cleansing abilities of Activated Charcoal Powder. This herb is perfect for detoxing and achieving healthier skin.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, take a look at a super fun, moisturizing, and naturally colored scrub! The Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses Beet Root Powder and Cocoa Powder Organic to naturally dye the scrub to look like Neapolitan Ice Cream. Plus, this recipe includes a great number of moisturizing oils and butters, such as Jojoba Oil.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

Additionally, check out a scrub that is great for chapped lips. The Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe takes the Lip Balm Base and Sweet Almond with some Brown Sugar to create the perfect combo for lip care. Not only are you gently removing dead skin, but you are protecting the rest of your skin from damage.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, test out a great sugar scrub with some natural colorant. Not only does the Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe have all the hydrating power of a typical scrub, but this recipe uses Beet Root Powder for a natural bright pink color!

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe

Also, try out a sugar scrub with a different style. The Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe uses Clamshell Containers to separate the scrub into small, individual use cubes. This is perfect for those that prefer not to scoop their scrub from a jar. Also, this is a great idea for those that share their scrubs with others.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe

Further, check out a scrub that doesn’t use sugar nor salt. Instead, the Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe uses coffee grounds to exfoliate the skin. This is a creative spin on the typical scrub recipes that makes this scrub a more authentic coffee scrub. Plus, the oils and butters create a rich, buttery scrub that is perfect for dry hands.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub

Now, take a look at a scrub that is delicious and great for your skin! The Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub has properties of skin softening and moisturizing in addition to the exfoliation for dead skin. Plus, these scrubs are scented with the delicious Fluffy Pink Candy Fragrance Oil

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe

Also, take a chance on a sweet and cute lip scrub lip balm combo. The Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe is a simple recipe that both looks and tastes like some tasty creme brulee. Plus, this recipe is a perfect fix for dry lips as it removes dead skin.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Additionally, check out a fluffy and delicious recipe that is super cleansing. While the Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe is considered a scrub, it uses powdered sugar so it will be a lighter scrub than other other recipes. Further, this recipe includes Whipped Soap Base to create a very cleansing recipe.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

Now, you aren’t going to want to miss this scrub! The Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe uses real red wine in the recipe to go along with the wine scented fragrance and achieve a true to the name scent. Plus, the recipe uses a ton of moisturizing oils and butters that will work well with the exfoliating Granulated White Sugar.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, take a look at a sugar scrub that is naturally colored and super cute! The Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe uses wonderful oils and butters, colorful herbs, and exfoliating white sugar to create a sugar scrub that has it all. Not only does this scrub look like a slice right out of a watermelon, but it smells like this sweet fruit as well!

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Further, you may want to check out these sugar scrubs that were created for individual use. The Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe uses the 24 Brownie Bites Mold to create twenty four individual solid vanilla sugar scrubs that you can use for your hands. It is both exfoliating and moisturizing, so it’s perfect for dry hands.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, try your luck on a scrub that is not quite as oily as the rest. The Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe is still a moisturizing scrub, but it doesn’t separate as most scrubs.  It leaves your skin feeling less oily than a typical scrub.

  40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, take a look at a moisturizing lavender sugar scrub. The Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe is uses a many hydrating oils and butters as well as Beet Root Powder as a natural colorant. Plus, these scrubs have a clean, relaxing scent as well as real dried lavender flowers.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pumpkin Eggnog Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pumpkin Eggnog Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, let’s look at a sugar scrub with some real cleaning power. Since the Pumpkin Eggnog Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe uses Whipped Soap Base and White Granulated Sugar, this recipe is great for really cleaning the skin. Not only will this exfoliate to remove dead skin, but the scrub will further clean your skin as any good soap does. Plus, this recipe only uses a few ingredients and is easy to create.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can check out a sugar scrub that perfect blends two different fragrance oils. Not only is Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe a hydrating scrub, but it has a unique and delicious aroma. This scrub contains both the Vanilla Silk Fragrance and the Cinnabun Type Fragrance with in its layers to create a sweet, mouth watering scent.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe 40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Also, you may want to try out an individual use scrub with some cleansing power. Not only does the Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe divide the recipe up for individual use, but the recipe includes both Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap and ingredients for exfoliating. These exfoliating ingredients include both White Granulated Sugar and Poppy Seed Whole.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe

Now, take a look at a cleansing scrub recipe that smells like lemon. The Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe uses powdered sugar instead of a more abrasive ingredient to provide a more gentle exfoliation. Plus, the recipe includes some Whipped Soap Base to create a recipe that actually cleans your skin.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe 40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe

Also, try out a salt scrub that is sweet and simple. The Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe uses a few effective oils to moisturize and pink sea salt to exfoliate. This is a cute, yet simple recipe that is great for on the body.

 

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

Next, take a look at a lip scrub that is cute, easy, and simple! The Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe uses White Granulated Sugar and Lip Balm Base to create a recipe that anyone could create.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe

Now, get ready for a scrub that is perfect for rough, dry feet. The Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe uses a variety of oils, butters, and herbs that are perfect for softening and moisturizing feet. The Orange Peel Powder and Aloe Leaf Powder are both full of nourishing and healing properties for the skin. Further, the recipe includes Poppy Seed Whole to assist with exfoliation. So, get ready to truly pamper yourself with this recipe.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

Additionally, check out a scrub that is delicious and cute. The Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe uses the Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil as well as herbs such as orange peel powder and pumpkin pie spice powder, which has a natural spice blend scent. Overall, this scrub works like any other of our typical sugar scrub recipes with the added bonus of smelling of spice goodness.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe

Now, get ready for a recipe that combines two create things into one. The Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe takes everything we love about homemade bars of soap and adds exfoliating powder. Not only does this recipe create cute, Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap, but it includes White Granulated Sugar as well for a perfect combo!

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe 40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe

Next, check out a sea salt scrub recipe perfect for an at home spa day. The Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe uses four different herbs that are uniquely nourishing and wonderful for the skin as well as some oils to moisturize. Also, the sea salt is perfect for scrubbing away any dead skin.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Additionally, take a look at a sugar scrub recipe created to look and smell just like a strawberry milkshake. Not only is the Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe pretty to look at, the recipe is wonderful for the skin. The oils used are very hydrating and the sugar is a perfect for exfoliation.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Bath Whip Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Bath Whip Recipe

Further, you may want to check out this brown sugar scrub recipe. Not only does the Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Bath Whip Recipe include a sweet exfoliating ingredient, but the recipe has Whipped Soap Base included to add some cleansing power.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, try out a brown sugar scrub recipe that is all around perfect. The Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe has all kinds of oils that make it extremely softening and hydrating for the skin, plus it has the added bonus of being great at removing dead skin. But, what sets this scrub apart from the rest is mostly it’s wonderful scent. Not only does this recipe use the sweet Vanilla Extract Fragrance Oil, but it uses a real Vanilla Powder that is strong and perfect.

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, try out an elegant recipe that smells lovely and uses real rose petals. While the Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe takes some preparation time, the time spent is mostly waiting for your rose petal infusion, which takes about six weeks. However, this white sugar scrub recipe is worth the wait!

40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Foaming Body Frosting Recipe40 Homemade Sugar Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Finally, check out a recipe that is soft and cleansing. The Vanilla Foaming Body Frosting Recipe uses Whipped Soap Base and Powdered Sugar to create a recipe that is lightly exfoliating and very cleansing. Plus, the finished Body Frosting will smell like the Vanilla Buttercream Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.

Feb
20

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe


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Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask RecipeOur next recipe is one that you are going to love!  An activated charcoal facial mask recipe is just what you need in your life.  I have recently become obsessed with activated charcoal powder.  I will say I have a love/hate relationship with the powder.  I love the way it leaves my skin feeling after using it.  In addition, it has wonderful detoxifying properties.  The benefits of activated charcoal definitely out weight the one bad thing about it.  It can get messy!  However, if you are prepared ahead of time, it is easily remedied.  So, just remember to cover your work area before beginning.  Also, wear an apron and disposable gloves when preparing Natures Garden’s activated charcoal mask recipe.

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Activated Charcoal Powder
Bentonite Clay Powder
Rosemary Essential Oil
Vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol T-50)
Vegetable Glycerin
Disposable Transfer Pipettes
2 ounce Black Double Wall Jars
58/400 Black Dome Lids
1 ounce Black Bullet Bottles
20/410 Black Smooth Disc Top Lids
Natures Garden Apron

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Other Supplies You Will Need

Large Mixing Bowl
Scale (set to grams)
Rubber Spatula
Measuring Spoons (1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon)
Mixing Spoon

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Prior to Starting

First, I highly suggest wearing an apron.  Then, you will want to clean and sanitize your work area.  Also, do the same with your utensils and packaging supplies.  In addition, I recommend covering your work area.  Personally, I would use wax paper or something similar.  Then, when you are finished, you can simply fold up the paper and throw it away.  While the benefits of activated charcoal are well worth the mess, it reminds me of glitter!  It tends to be difficult to clean up and spreads like crazy.

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Total Recipe Amounts

224 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
96 grams Activated Charcoal Powder
192 grams Vegetable Glycerin
32 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
24 drops Vitamin E Oil
2 tablespoons Water  (per mask)

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Mixing the Powdered Ingredients

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Mixing the Powdered Ingredients

 

First, you will need to weigh out your activated charcoal.  Set your scale to weigh in grams.  Then, in a large mixing bowl, weigh out 96 grams of activated charcoal powder.  We added the activated charcoal powder to this recipe due to its natural detoxifying properties.

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Mixing the Powdered Ingredients

 

 

Next, add 224 grams of Bentonite Clay Powder to your bowl.  Then mix together the activated charcoal powder and clay.  I would suggest mixing slowly, you may end up with a mess if you try to move too quickly.  We added bentonite clay powder to the mask due to its ability to clean impurities from the skin.

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Adding the Oils

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Adding the Oils

 

 

Once you have all of the powder combined we will add the essential oil.  We chose to add rosemary essential oil to this recipe.  So, go ahead and add 32 drops of rosemary essential oil using a pipette.

 

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Adding the Oils

 

Then, we will be adding the vitamin E oil.  Use another pipette to add 24 drops of vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol T-50).  We prefer the tocopherol T-50 because it is the purest for of vitamin E.  It is not tocopherol acetate that is often found in capsules.  Finally, mix everything together.  You want to make sure your oils a completely and evenly mixed into the powders.

 

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Packaging Your Mask

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Packaging Your Mask

 

We chose to package the powdered portion of the mask.  This allows you to mix it as you need it.  Also, you can have it mixed ahead of time without having to add a preservative.  In addition to the powder, you will add water, and vegetable glycerin.  First, let’s go ahead and package the powder.  You will need eight 2 ounce black jars.  Fill each jar with the activated charcoal mixture.  Place a black dome lid on each jar.

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Packaging Your Mask

 

 

 

Next, you will need eight 1 ounce black bottles.  Using your scale, weigh out and add 24 grams of vegetable glycerin to each bottle.  Place a black disc lid on each bottle.

 

 

Now, I know what you are thinking… Why didn’t they just put it in a couple of larger jars?  Well, this is because we have many customers reselling their handmade cosmetic products.  So, if you are using the mask for personal use, go ahead and use a larger jar if you would like to.  You can find all of the other jars that we carry by clicking here.  Then, simply mix the mask as you need it.  Since you have not added the water, you will not need a preservative.

For those business owners reselling their products, there are a few benefits to packaging with one jar of powder and one bottle of vegetable glycerin.  First, it is much quicker to create.  It will cut down your labor time.  When preparing eight 2 oz jars it took less than 10 minutes, this also included taking pictures of each step. You will not need to distill your water, add a preservative, and mix everything together.  In addition, there will be much less to clean up.  I wanted to also add that you will get about four masks from each jar.

 

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Using Your Mask

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe Using Your Mask

First, you will need to mix your mask.  In a small bowl, add one tablespoon of the powder.  Then, add one teaspoon of the vegetable glycerin.  Finally, add about two tablespoons of water.  Mix everything together until it is smooth.  If you need to, you can always add a bit more water if you find it is not smooth.  Then, spread a thin layer over your face.  Allow your mask to harden completely.  This should only take about 10 minutes.  Finally, remove the activated charcoal mask gently using warm water and a washcloth.

Activated Charcoal Facial Mask Recipe My Results

Personally, I loved this mask.  I believe it is my favorite of all that I have tried.  It left my skin feeling clean and refreshed.  Also, the addition of rosemary essential oil left me feeling relaxed and stress free.  Now, I will say, I have what most would call normal skin.  It is neither oily or dry and tends to be blemish free…most of the time anyways.  So, I can’t say whether it would help with blackheads or acne like I have read in articles online.  However, we would love to hear how it leaves your skin looking and feeling.

Have you tried this recipe?  Or maybe another recipe we have created?  Show us what you have created!  Post your pictures on our Facebook page.  Alternatively, tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents.  Find this free activated charcoal mask recipe and hundreds of other candle, soap, and cosmetic recipes in Natures Garden’s recipe box.

 

Note:  Natures Garden sells our herbs for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. (The information we provide 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 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.

 

Oct
23

Misbehavin Fragrance Oil


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Misbehavin Fragrance OilMisbehavin Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Misbehavin Fragrance Oil is a flirty and sensual scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a sweet fruit and fresh greenery blend that creates a wonderfully sensual scent. No matter the recipe, our customer adore this flirty fragrance oil.  One of our wonderful clients has said, “I Love this scent. Just finished 1st batch and it is already gone from my shelves. This is great!! Used in Joy wax and Emu Oil Aloe Vera Lotions!!”

What Does Misbehavin Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

A flirtatious, fruity, sexy fragrance oil by Natures Garden. A tantalizing aroma of sweet juicy candied apples and pomegranate, with nuances of fresh ivy and oakmoss. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Misbehavin Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Customers that love creating homemade room scenting products can fully utilize this flirty fragrance oil. Any products that are potpourri or incense based will be able to include up to 50% of this sweet fragrance oil. Any scented homemade cleaning supplies can be made with no more than 5% of this scent. Also, this best selling fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong scent in aroma bead products.

Misbehavin Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionFurthermore, candle makers can create their products using this fruit and greenery fragrance oil in their products. Any of these candle products that are created with either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Joy wax and WOW Wax will both perform perfectly when using this scent. Soy wax will also maintain a nice and strong fragrance oil. Additionally, Pillar of Bliss Wax produces a wonderful hot and cold scent throw. If you are unable to choose what color to use for this scent, then we’d suggest including either six drops of red liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red color block in the amount that you would like  per four pounds of wax. Just remember that you should not ever use any crayons for the coloring of your candles as they will clog your wick.

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

Our customers can use this scrumptious fruit fragrance oil to create unique bath and body creations. Bath gels, bath oils, perfumes, lotions, and also other types of bath and body products can use up to 5% of this fragrance oil. If you don’t know what to use to color your products that use this scent, then we suggest using red soap dye in your preferred amount. Just don’t use any candle dye to color bath and body products due to their ability to stain the skin.

Misbehavin Fragrance Oil CP Soap DiscolorationAlso, this sensual fragrance oil can be used to successfully be included into a wide variety of soaps. This includes hot process, cold process, and melt and pour soap bases. For example, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this fruity fragrance oil is an amazing scent for creating cold process soaps. This scent is a wonderful choice for this soaping method and will produce a perfect pour. A batch that contains this fragrance oil will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. The final bars of soap will have a strong and lasting scent after cure and the bars will discolor to a light beige. Finally, with the vanillin content being 1.15%, the addition of vanilla white stabilizer may be able to help this discoloration.

Oct
21

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil


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NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance OilNG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil is a fruity scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a perfect blend of juicy fruits, fresh florals, and soft greenery that happens to create a scent akin to Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener. This scent would obviously be a great choice for scented laundry detergents or fabric softeners! However, it can be used in a variety of handcrafted bath and body recipes.

What Does NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This delightful fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses;  followed by middle notes of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily; all sitting on base notes of floral musks.  Compare NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance oil to the smell of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Our customers can use this fruit and floral scent in a wide array of bath and body products. Bath gels, bath oils, lotions, bath bombs, scrubs, soaps, and other various bath and body products will all do well when at or below the maximum recommendation of 5% for this fragrance oil. Also, perfumes will perform perfectly at a 5% max.

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil CP Soap DiscolorationAdditionally, soap crafters can use up to 5% of this fruit fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap, or cold process soap recipes. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that this fragrance oil had a perfect pour and is perfect for this method of soap making.  This batch will have no ricing and no separation after the fragrance has been added. However, there may be some slight acceleration due to the addition of this scent. Cured soap will have an awesome scent retained and discoloration will not occur for this scent.  If you wish to use color in any of your bath and body products, we would recommend using red soap colorant and orange soap dye in the amount you desire. Remember not to use candle dye in any of these products as they are not body safe.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Our NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil would be perfect for adding a fruit and floral touch to your room scenting creations. Homemade potpourri and incense can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in their recipes. Also, this scent will be nice and strong in aroma bead products.

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionFurther, homemade cleaning product makers can use NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil to scent their creations. Moreover, any wax product made from either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this fresh fragrance oil. Joy Wax, soy wax, WOW Wax, and Pillar of Bliss can all include this scent perfectly. If you want to add color to your candles or wax tarts, then we would recommend using either 3 drops of red candle colorant and 3 drops of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or an ample amount of shredded red and orange color blocks in your melted wax. Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Oct
17

Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil


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Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance OilPeach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil is a fruit and floral scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is an amazing duo of sweet fruit and gorgeous florals. This fragrance oil is a hit among our customers. Whether they are using it in soaps, lotions, or candles, it sells well for them. One client stated, “I did a batch of CP soap in this fragrance, 3 color drop swirl. Very nice floral fruity fragrance. I smell more raspberry than peach. Stays strong in soap after cure. No acceleration or discoloration that I noticed (I tend to soap cool or room temp when using new fragrances). I also used in the Goat milk base lotion, very nice scent for Spring.”

What Does Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an absolutely succulent blend of  Lemon, Grapefruit, Peach Nectar, Raspberry, Pink Tulip, Soft Jasmine, Magnolia, Wild Honeysuckle, and Sheer Musk.

How Do Our Customers Use Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Homemade room scenting products can be made by our customers with this delicious fragrance oil. Potpourri and incense products can both be made with up to 50% of this fruity and floral scent. Also, you can scent your home by adding a maximum of up to 5% this sweet scent to your cleaning products. Also, aroma beads can be created with this fragrance and will retain a nice, strong scent.

Further, customers that enjoy crafting candles and wax melts. These types of products can include up to 10% of this scent. If you are trying to find a good color match for this fragrance oil, then we would like to suggest for you to use either two drops of orange liquid candle dye along with two drops of yellow liquid candle dye per every four pounds of wax that is used or a small amount of shredded orange and yellow color blocks into your melted wax. Just as long as you aren’t crayons as a substitute for coloring your candle products, as they have been known to clog wicks.

How Do Our Customers Use Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Our customers can include this scrumptious, fruity fragrance oil in their homemade bath and body products. Bath gels, bath oils, lotions, scrubs, and perfumes, are only some of the great bath and body products that can include up to 5% of this fragrance oil. If you want to add soap dye to your bath and body products, then we would suggest that you use orange and yellow liquid soap dyes for this fragrance oil.  Just know that you should never use candle dyes in any of your body products. They will stain your skin.

Further, cold process soaps are one kind of soap that can be made successfully with this aroma. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this fragrance oil is absolutely perfect for making soap. A batch of soap that uses this scent will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Also, the soaps will not have any discoloration and a strong scent will be retained. Additionally, both hot process soap recipes and melt and pour soap recipes can successfully incorporate this scent.

Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil Lotion RecipeIf you love our Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil, then we’re pretty sure you’re going to love our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe, too! This scrumptious and super cute lotion is moisturizing and even naturally colored! The pink hue in this lotion is all due to the natural red pigment in the hibiscus flowers whole that we infused into the recipe.

Oct
15

NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil


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NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance OilNG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil is a floral scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a pure fragrance that smells of beautiful hydrangeas that are out in the fresh air and blowing in the breeze. This hydrangea fragrance oil is my personal favorite floral scent.  It is a strong clean floral that smells amazing in both my soaps and lotions.  In fact, our customers agree, they love this scent in many applications.  One client has said, “If you are looking for a strong and perfect Hydrangea this is it. I LOVE this fragrance. Made candles and tarts and it filled my open concept vaulted ceiling house. Big seller.”

What Does NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a beautiful duplication of the Yankee scent. This fragrance will remind you of a combination of sun-kissed hydrangeas and fresh breezes.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

All sorts of different kinds of homemade room scenting products can be created with the use of this floral fragrance oil in their creations. Both potpourri and incense can use this fresh scent at a maximum of 50% for each of their recipes. Cleaning products can be scented with no more than 5% of this fragrance oil. Also, aroma bead products can include this floral fragrance oil while retaining a nice and strong scent.

NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil Candle ColorFurthermore, NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil can be used to scent candles, wax tarts, and other wax products. These wax creations that use either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax are permitted to include a maximum of 10% for this fragrance oil. If you are wanting to add color to your candle creations, then we would like to suggest using either two drops of blue liquid candle dye and a tiny bit of purple candle colorant per four pounds of wax or a small amount of shredded blue and purple colors block in your melted wax. Remember to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Some of our customers that like to create their own bath and body products can use this blue hydrangea fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, lotions, perfumes, and other bath and body products can be created with no more than 5% of a fragrance oil concentration for these recipes. If you want to add color to any of your bath and body products, then we would recommend that you use blue liquid soap colorant and purple soap dye in your preferred number of drops. Just never use any candle dye in your body products.

butter-001Not only can you include this scent in melt and pour soaps, but this fresh floral fragrance oil will perform very well in cold process soap recipes. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that this fragrance oil is great for creating soap through this method. A batch that uses this scent will have no ricing and no separation. Similarly to most floral fragrance oils, this fragrance oil will lead to acceleration in the batch. We suggest soaping at room temperature to reduce some of this acceleration. The final soap will maintain a very strong scent and the bars will discolor to a shade of cream.

We hope that you enjoy this lovely hydrangea fragrance oil in your homemade creations!

Oct
12

Tommie Fragrance Oil


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Tommie Fragrance OilTommie Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tommie Fragrance Oil is a fresh scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a delightful combination of ozone and rose aromas with citrus scents, spice scents, and musk scents that great a fragrance oil that is perfect for that creation of cold process soaps, lotions, scented candles, perfumes, and many other homemade products that you would like use a touch of a delightfully fresh scent.

What Does Tommie Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh citrus bouquet of mandarin, lemon and bergamot; enhanced by nutmeg and clove with a heart of rose and ozone on a strong background of musks and woods.

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

Our customers that enjoy creating our own bath and body products can use this fresh fragrance oil. Bath oils, bath gels, lotions, perfumes, bath teas, bath bombs, and related bath and body products can be scented with 5% of this scent overall.  We have found Tommie fragrance oil allows us to create strongly scented bath and body products.  I highly recommend it using one of our unscented bases.

Our Tommie Fragrance Oil will perform extremely well in making cold process soap at home, as shown by our Cold Process Soap Testing Results. A soap recipe that includes this fragrance can utilize up to 5%. It will have no separation, no acceleration, and no ricing. The final soaping result will have a good scent in the bars of soap. Also, the fragrance will not result in any kind of discoloration. Although we recommend that bath and body creations that use this fragrance oil should have no color added, you can use any shade of liquid soap dye. If you would like to choose a different method of adding color,then make sure you know that candle dyes are not body safe and shouldn’t be included in bath and body creations.

How Do Our Customers Use Tommie Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Customers who like creating diy room scents can include Tommie fragrance oil in their recipes.  Both homemade potpourri recipes and homemade incense can use up to 50% of this aroma. Any homemade cleaners can use up to 5% of this delightful fragrance oil. Sachet beads, also known as aroma beads can successfully include this fragrance oil.  Aroma beads can typically absorb about 30% fragrance oil.

Furthermore, scented candles and fragrant wax melts can be scented with up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Both Joy Wax candle making and Wow Wax products can each be made perfectly with this fragrance oil. Pure soy candles and soy candle melts can both be made with this fragrance and will retain a strong scent. Although we suggest that candles scented with this fragrance oil should have no colorants added to the product, you can either use any shade of preferred amount of liquid candle dye or any shade and amount of color block. If you would like to color your scented candles with crayons, then know that this coloring method is likely to clog your candle wick.

We hope that you enjoy this sweet, spice, floral, and musk combination aroma in your homemade products.