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Apr
27

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe


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Turmeric Face Mask RecipeTurmeric Face Mask Recipe

Today, Nature’s Garden is proud to introduce their newest facial recipe, our Turmeric Face Mask Recipe.  We know that turmeric is popular in many Indian dishes, however, Turmeric is wonderful for face masks, scrubs, lotions or even facial toners. Nowadays, facial masks are incredibly popular and they are really so easy to make. It almost seems a shame to buy them when you can create your very own at hardly any cost at all. 

Below, I have given you a brief rundown on turmeric and all its uses and benefits, however, there is so much more! If you want to learn more about turmeric click here to view our free turmeric class. Now, let me tell you a little bit about the recipe. Besides turmeric, this recipe also includes bentonite clay powder and Vitamin E. Only a few ingredients that pack a powerful punch of skin benefits. This face mask would be a wonderful addition to your bath and body product line. Or, even to just create for girlfriends and family members. We are sure they will love it just as much as we do.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: What is TurmericTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: What is Turmeric

Turmeric, or Curcuma longa, comes from the rhizomes (or roots) of a herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family. It is native to India and Southeast Asia.  In Asia, turmeric is known as “manjal” or even “kasturi manjal”. Much like its cousin the ginger root, Turmeric can be grated and used fresh. Turmeric rhizomes, when not used fresh, will be boiled in water, dried in hot ovens, and then they are ground into the powder that we are all familiar with.

This perennial plants can grow up to over 3 feet tall. It has cylinder-type roots that range in color from yellow to orange. Heavy branches grow up from the roots.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: What Turmeric Is Used ForTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: What Turmeric Is Used For

Turmeric is most commonly known as a spice used in cooking. If you are familiar with Middle East or South Asian cuisine, then you know the spice very well. With its peppery-like flavor and earthy, mustard-like aroma, it is a popular addition to curries, stocks and sauces. However, turmeric has many beneficial properties in natural cosmetics.  This bright, golden orange powder can be used as a natural colorant in soap. Turmeric has been found to heal and prevent dry skin, treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne, and has anti-aging properties. Turmeric powder can be used in any kind of bath and body product. These include soap, hair conditioners, facial masks, scrubs, lotions, ointments, creams, bath teas, face toners, and even in bath bombs.

Did you know that in India, turmeric is considered holy? For centuries this powder has been used in various Hindu ceremonies as well as being used in every part of Indian religious ceremonies and even in weddings. Plus, this powder is also a wonderful natural dye. Specifically for Saris and Buddhist monks’ robes. One last interesting fact, paper steeped in turmeric can be used to create pH level strips. If you are a soaper and are familiar with pH testing, the0n you know exactly what I am talking about.

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Medical Uses of TurmericTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Medical Uses of Turmeric

Like stated above, Turmeric is most well know for its culinary uses, however, this versatile herb has many more uses and benefits. Turmeric is very popular in the medical field. In fact, Turmeric has been used in medicine for thousands of years and is a major part of Ayurveda or Siddha (Indian traditional medicine). This powerful herb is used to treat problems such as, indigestion, throat infections, common colds, or liver ailments. Turmeric can also be used topically to cleanse wounds or treat skin sores. There are many other conditions that can be treated using turmeric. Rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and water retention are a few. Turmeric can even benefit the heart by lowering bad cholesterol and blood sugar.

For women, turmeric does work to help with menstrual problems and water retention. Also, this powder has many antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties actually work to reduce brain inflation, which is believed to be the main cause of Alzheimer’s Disease. So, essentially, turmeric can work to delay the onset of this horrible disease.  

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Bath and Body ProductsTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Bath and Body Products

You can use turmeric in all kinds of bath and body products. From face masks to shampoo!  You can create a paste of turmeric to help lighten or prevent stretch marks. This powder is wonderful at moisturizing the hair or preventing hair loss. Also, turmeric can treat scalp conditions such as inflammation, flaking and itchiness. In skin care, this herb works to treat such conditions as acne, eczema and psoriasis. You can create toners, lotions, bath bombs, facial masks, conditioners, why, the list is endless!

So you see, this bright, yellow orange colored powder is incredibly versatile in any type of form. Let’s now move onto our recipe!

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Ingredients that Nature’s Garden has to offer

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

  • Mixing Bowls (you will need one)
  • Scale
  • Mixing Spoons

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Total Recipe Weights

  • 96 grams Turmeric Powder
  • 224 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 24 drops Vitamin E Oil
  • 96 grams Vegetable Glycerin

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Turmeric PowderTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Turmeric Powder

So let’s begin now with our turmeric face mask! First, we are going to start with the turmeric powder. So, get your scale out. You will also be using a medium sized bowl. Have your scale tared out. Then, go ahead and weigh out 96 grams of your turmeric powder.

 

 

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Bentonite Clay PowderTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Weigh Out the Bentonite Clay Powder

First, let’s talk about Bentonite Clay Powder. Bentonite is a wonderful addition to any face mask! This type of clay, when used in face masks, helps clean impurities from the skin. When used in soaps, bentonite is good at treating oily skin. Also, when used in bath bombs, it helps harden them. In addition, bentonite is useful in thickening lotions.

So, now we are going to weigh out the bentonite. You will add the clay to the same bowl you have your turmeric powder in. Tare out your scale and to the medium bowl, add 224 grams of bentonite clay. Next, mix the two ingredients together until everything seems evenly dispersed.

 

 

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Add the Vitamin E OilTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Add the Vitamin E Oil

The next ingredient we will be adding is Vitamin E. Vitamin E from Nature’s Garden comes in the purest form, is also known as Tocepherol T-50. This is not tocopherol acetate (the form found in many vitamin E capsules).   Vitamin E is a wonderful antioxidant and is fabulous for your skin.

So, to the bowl containing the powdered ingredients, you will be adding your Vitamin E oil. Using a disposable pipette you will add 24 drops of the Vitamin E oil right on top of the powder. Finally, use a spoon or spatula to mix the ingredients together.

 

Turmeric Face Mask recipe: Packaging your Facial MaskTurmeric Face Mask recipe: Packaging your Facial Mask

For this recipe, we decided to package the powder portion of the face mask and the vegetable glycerin separately. We chose to create the facial mask recipe this way for a couple of reasons. First, creating the facial mask mixture separately without the water you will not need to add a preservative. In addition, you will be able to prepare a quick product for your customers. This recipe can be made in just a few minutes. Each 2 ounce jar will create approximately 4 facial masks.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Powdered Portion

Now that your powdered portion is complete, you can begin packaging this portion of the facial mask. So, using a spoon, fill each of your 2 ounce white double wall jars and place a lid on each jar.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Liquid PortionTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: The Liquid Portion

The next part of our recipe is the vegetable glycerin. Vegetable Glycerin is a humectant, meaning, it draws moisture to your skin. So by adding vegetable glycerin to this recipe, your skin will be left feeling soft and hydrated.

Next,we will prepare the liquid portion of the facial mask. Water, while it is an ingredient in the recipe, will not be used until you are ready mix and apply the face mask. So, we will prepare eight 1/2 ounce bottles for the vegetable glycerin. To each bottle, add 12 grams of the vegetable glycerin and cap them with the white ribbed lids.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Using Your Facial Mask

As we talked about previously, by mixing this mask on an as needed basis, it will prolong the shelf life and can be made quickly when needed. With that being said, let’s talk about using the mask. It is really a simple process. Also, if you are selling this mask as a product, you can sell the jar and bottle as a set and label it with instructions.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Mixing Your Facial MaskTurmeric Face Mask Recipe: Mixing Your Facial Mask

Finally, you are ready to use your face mask! You will need one of your jars of powder and a bottle of the vegetable glycerin. Lastly, you will need a small mixing bowl. Starting with the powdered mixture. First, to the small bowl, add about 1 Tablespoon of the powder. Next, you will add about 1/2 teaspoon of the vegetable glycerin to the powder. Finally, you will add 2 Tablespoons of distilled water. Mix this together thoroughly.

Turmeric Face Mask Recipe: Applying your Facial Mask

Once your ingredients are mixed together nicely, apply a thin layer to your face and kick back and relax for a few. Once the mask has hardened, you can rinse your face off in warm water and see how soft and glowing your skin looks and feels!

Turmeric Face Mask: In Conclusion

As always, Nature’s Garden is here to help keep you beautiful as naturally as possible. So we insist that you treat yourself! Apply a mask, relax with a turmeric hot toddy, a magazine and some quiet music. Let your cares go for a while and allow the turmeric face mask do its job!

 

Turmeric RecipesTurmeric Recipes

Well, we now know the benefits we can get from turmeric powder on our face. So, how about we take a look at some recipes that we can eat! Just follow this link to Allrecipes.com to see just how many types of dishes turmeric is used in.  There are literally hundreds of recipes that incorporate turmeric in them.  One very popular and well-known way to use turmeric is always curry! Curry is actually not a dish as some people think, but a mixture of many different spices and herbs, turmeric being one of them. The use of the term “curry” is generally limited to dishes prepared in a sauce that is made with the mixture of spices.

Using turmeric in recipes isn’t strictly for savory dishes. Sfoof is a traditional Lebanese dessert cake that uses turmeric. There are also smoothie recipes that use turmeric in them and even in hot drinks that are soothing to your soul.  So as you can see, this spice can be added to any type of recipe, internationally or just in your simple everyday drinks! Some people add it for the taste or color, and there are some people that like the idea of using a natural herb in their diet.

 

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Nature’s Garden sells turmeric powder for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information above talks about how great turmeric is for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

Nov
08

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil


This entry was posted in candle making supplies, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, Soap making supplies and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on by .

So, here are 26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil.26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil

We at Natures Garden would like to share with you some amazing recipes for your skin. These bath and body recipes are perfect for conditioning, nourishing, and simply loving your skin. So, the Apricot Kernel cosmetic oil will perfectly care for your skin. We have all kinds of recipes from bath bombs to homemade soap that perfectly incorporate the oils that your skin will love. So, here are 26 ways to use apricot kernel oil in your handcrafted recipes.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

First, you can create a wonderful bath recipe with this cosmetic oil. The White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe is a perfect way to create bath melts that nourish and condition the skin. These skin loving creations are wonderful for your skin care routine. Not only does this bath melt recipe include mango butter that is great for moisturizing and deep nourishment, but you can care for your skin while relaxing in the bath. Not only did we scent these with White Chocolate Fragrance Oil, we also includes real white chocolate. It’s absolutely the perfect indulgence for your body!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Mistletoe Cold Process Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Mistletoe Cold Process Soap Recipe

Another great recipe that you can create with this skin-loving ingredient is the Mistletoe Cold Process Soap Recipe! This lovely soap recipe is perfect for the holidays and your skin. This cp soap recipe uses luscious cosmetic oils, like apricot kernel oil, to create a wonderful bath product. Furthermore, this recipe is very pretty with mistletoe adorning the top. So, you can create a soap recipe that is wonderful for skin care and perfect for Christmas time! Finally, we scented this cold process soap with Natures Garden Mistletoe and Ivy Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, you can use this delightful cosmetic oil to create a wonderful sugar scrub recipe that is absolutely gorgeous. Of course, this lovely recipe is the Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. This fun layered body scrub recipe is wonderful for moisturizing the skin with gorgeous cosmetic oils that are perfect for caring for the skin. Plus, this homemade scrub recipe was inspired by fresh, juicy watermelon. So, the scrub recipe smells and looks just like a freshly sliced watermelon! It also has the delightful aroma of Watermelon Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe

The Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe is another great bath product that you can make using the lovely Apricot Kernel Oil. This cosmetic oil allows this bath bomb to moisturize and care for the skin. While this delightful cosmetic oil is helping your skin, this lovely creation is making your bath a great time. So, try out a bath bomb scented with Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil that is fun, fizzy, smells delicious, and cares for your skin!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can use Apricot Kernel Oil to create a great emulsified scrub recipe that is perfect for nourishing your skin. This oil is combined with a variety of luscious cosmetic oils that are perfect for moisturizing the body. The Blackberry Fizz Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe creates a fun scrub recipe that looks gorgeous with purple and white swirling. Plus, the scrub smells like the aroma of the fruity and delicious Blackberry Fizz Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Herbal Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Herbal Soap Recipe

Furthermore, you can create another great handcrafted soap recipe with this lovely cosmetic oil. Due to the various butters and oils in this Herbal Soap Recipe, your skin will be quenched and nourished. So, this soap is both perfectly cleansing and conditioning. Plus, this delightful soap creation uses calming Chamomile Flowers and the lovely Dandelion Pear Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe

Also, you can create a Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe using the skin-loving Apricot Kernel Oil. This cosmetic oil is used along with Vitamin E Oil to condition and nourish the skin as the body is massaged. Plus, this recipe includes the relaxing aroma of Tranquil Sleep Fragrance Oil and calming Chamomile Flowers Whole. So, this recipe is perfect for using during a relaxing massage.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Game On HP Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Game On HP Recipe

Another fun soap recipe that uses apricot cosmetic oil is our Game On HP Recipe. Our Game On HP Soap Recipe uses Natures Garden’s Game On Fragrance Oil. This soap recipe also uses delightful cosmetic oils that care for the skin, but the soap is created using a different method. Instead of the traditional method, this soap is created in a crockpot, which speeds up the soap making process. So, you won’t have to wait for the soap to cure and you can use the soap right after you are done creating your bars!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can use this great cosmetic oil to create a fun sugar scrub that is perfect for skin care. The Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe is a sweet treat for your body. First of all, this recipe uses a variety of ingredients that exfoliate and condition the skin. Then, you have the sweet, sugary aroma of the Fluffy Pink Candy Fragrance Oil. Finally, the scrub looks just like a bag of pink and blue cotton candy that straight from a carnival! Overall, this creates a perfect scrub that looks adorable!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe

You can use this delightful cosmetic oil to create even more wonderful soap recipes, like the Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe. This recipe uses oils, like apricot oil, to provide you with a soap that is amazingly conditioning for your skin. Plus, this recipe for cold process soap uses the nutrient rich, Orange Peel Fruit Powder and Fresh Fruit Slices Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, you can use this ingredient to create the delightful Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. This great sugar scrub recipe smells and looks great along with leaving your skin soft and conditioned! Of course, the oils in this recipe is perfect for your skin. Plus, this sugar scrub was created to look like a strawberry milkshake and smells like Strawberry Shake Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe

Another wonderful way to use Apricot Kernel Oil is the Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe. This scrub recipe is perfect for conditioning and softening your feet. The scrub recipe will help to exfoliate the dry, dead skin from your feet and add moisturizing properties with the cosmetic oils. Plus, this homemade recipe uses a variety of powdered herbs that are great for nourishing your skin! Finally, this foot scrub recipe uses our Tangerine Dreams Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can use this cosmetic oil to make the delightful Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. This recipe is gorgeous, smells great, and will leave your skin feeling amazing! The scrub exfoliates the skin and conditions the skin with cosmetic oils. Plus, this scrub uses three scented layers that mimic real Napoleon ice cream.  With a chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry fragrance, just like the ice cream, there is a layer for everyone to love!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe

Plus, you can create a fun bath recipe with this delightful cosmetic oil. The Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe is perfect for a conditioning your skin and providing a wonderful bath! Plus, this recipe has a small, plastic cow embed and smells like Hayride Fragrance Oil. You will love this fun, cow themed bath bomb!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil World Peace Cold Process Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil World Peace Cold Process Soap Recipe

Also, you can use this luscious cosmetic oil to create more fun cold process soap recipes. The World Peace Cold Process Soap Recipe is great for the skin and looks fantastic! The peace sign mold, swirled soap cold process, and Peace Fragrance Oil are perfect for making gorgeous soap.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe

Furthermore, you can try making the delightful Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe! This soap making recipe uses luscious cosmetic oils for conditioning the skin. Plus, this fun summer recipe was made to look like a glass of ice cold lemonade and smells like delicious Lemon Sugar Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe

The Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe is a wonderful soap making creation that you can use apricot oil to make. You will love the aesthetics, scent, and properties of this soap! First, this uses a variety of cosmetic oils, like apricot kernel oil. Further, this cold process soap looks gorgeous with its two tone purple swirl and smells like our Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb Recipe

Another wonderful bath bomb that you can create is the Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb Recipe! You will love this fun dinosaur recipe! This recipe uses the conditioning apricot kernel oil and contains a plastic dinosaur. So, you will find a dinosaur toy after the layers of the fizzy egg create a delightful bath experience.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can use this luscious cosmetic oil to create a delightful sugar scrub recipe with infused herbs. Our Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe uses cosmetic oil, real red rose buds and petals, and gorgeous fragrance oils. This is a perfect way to care for your skin and enjoy a delightful aroma.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe

Also, you can use this lovely recipe to create the wonderful Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe by Natures Garden! This sugar scrub recipe is great for conditioning the skin and exfoliating your dead skin cells. Further, this recipe is packaged into clamshells and perfect for individual use. You will love this gorgeous sugar scrub recipe scented with our Kiwi Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe

Of course, you can use this skin-loving cosmetic oil to create some lovely body lotion, like the  Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe. Along with using light, effective oils, like Apricot Kernel Oil, this lotion recipe has the aroma of Natures Garden’s fresh Chamomile Fragrance Oil. you will love this simple, light body lotion!

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Muddy Pig Bath Bombs Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Muddy Pig Bath Bombs Recipe

Further, you can use this delightful cosmetic oil to create the lovely Muddy Pig Bath Bombs Recipe. This recipe is a cute and fun way to create bath products. This bath bomb was made to look like a cute, muddy piggy with a plastic pig inside! Plus, this bath product smells like our fresh, delightful Butterfly Flower Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe

Plus, you can use this delightful cosmetic oil to create the perfect Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe. This amazing lotion recipe uses a variety of delightful cosmetic oils that are great for conditioning skin. Also, this skin-loving lotion smells absolutely scrumptious due to the Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe

Another amazing bath bob that you can create with this cosmetic oil is the delightful Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe! This bath product smells great, is wonderful for the skin, and is very fun for the bath. First, this bath bomb uses apricot kernel oil to condition and care for your skin. Then, this recipe uses real fresh ground coffee and Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance to create the perfect coffee scent for your recipe. Plus, you are going to love the fizzy, delightful fun of a bath bomb.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Also, you can use this conditioning cosmetic oil to create the delightful Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe. This sugar scrub recipe is perfect for cleansing, conditioning, and exfoliating your skin. Plus, this recipe uses real vanilla powder and the delightful NG Warm Vanilla and Sugar Type Fragrance Oil.

26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil Recipe26 Ways to Use Apricot Kernel Oil Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil Recipe

Finally, you can create the Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil Recipe with the delightful Apricot Kernel Oil. This cosmetic oil is perfect for conditioning the skin and smells absolutely delightful. This lovely bath oil will leave your bath smelling great with the Green Tea Fragrance Oil and nourishing your skin.