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Jul
11

Types of Cosmetic Salt


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Types of Cosmetic SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt

There are a many different types of cosmetic salt that you can use to create some fantastic bath and body recipes. These wholesale salts have different minerals and properties that you can use with other bath and body supplies to nourish your entire body. These cosmetic ingredients available at Natures Garden can be used to exfoliate and detoxify the skin. Further, many of these wholesale bath salts have different properties that can be used to add some nourishing properties to your whole body. So, you can use this blog to learn about the different benefits of these salts and we will even share some recipes that you can create with these cosmetic salts!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt

Epsom Salt naturally occurs when naturally formed chalk meets non porous London clay in Surrey England. This natural salt can be used to care for the body. Some people soak in Epsom salt in the tub to reduce pain from muscle soreness, cramps, bruises, or strains. Also, insect bites and stings have been known to be relieved by this salt. After using this salt, your skin will be left feeling soft and clean. If you want to learn about some other uses for this cosmetic ingredient, then you may want to check out our Epsom Salt Class to learn about all the Epsom salt products that you can create.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt Recipes

You can buy bulk Epsom salts to create all kinds of wonderful handcrafted bath and body recipes. First, you can use this cosmetic ingredient to create the Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe. This wonderful cosmetic ingredient is useful for soaking in the tub to relax and soothe your aches and pains. Also, you can use this cosmetic ingredient in a handmade salt scrub, like the Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe. You can use a salt scrub recipe like this to exfoliate the dead skin and renew the skin underneath with the properties of the cosmetic oils and butters.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt

Another salt that you can use in your cosmetic recipes is the Dead Sea Salt. This salt is almost exclusively used for cosmetic recipes and beauty supplies, as this salt contains many minerals that are beneficial for the skin. So, you can perfectly incorporate this recipe in your own cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic salt is said to be help with healing for the skin. This wholesale bath salt is known to decrease water retention, reduce signs of aging, relax muscle tension, and increase circulation. Additionally, it is thought that this salt can be useful for dealing with dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground

First, you can use the Fine Ground Dead Sea Salt with your other bath and body supplies to create some skin loving recipes. The fine ground sea salt can be used to make great exfoliating recipes that can easily remove dead skin and help rejuvenate the new skin. Plus, you can use this salt to create a nice salt soak through bath and body recipes, like bath bombs or fizzies.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use this fine ground salt in all kinds of recipes. First, you can use this dead sea salt in the Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe. This salt scrub is perfect for exfoliating your skin as well as nourishing the body with beneficial minerals. Plus, this recipe is perfect if your are looking for sea salt scrubs to tighten skin. Additionally, you can add this salt to the Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe, which is perfect for adding to a bath. So, you can enjoy the relaxing benefits as you lay back in the tub.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground

Another way to gain the benefits of this salt is by using Coarse Ground Dead Sea Salt. This cosmetic ingredient has all the same wonderful benefits in a slightly larger form. So, you can perfectly use this salt for things like decorating the tops of your recipes or to soak in the bath. Plus, these larger bath salt crystals are perfect for nourishing your body and relieving stress.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

One recipe that we used the wholesale Dead Sea Salt is our Rainbow Bath Salts Recipe. This bulk sea salt, combined with our other bath and body supplies, is perfect to create a gorgeous and effective bath recipe! Adding a scoop or two to your bath will provide you with fun bubbly .  In addition, it is scented with the gorgeous aroma of Celestial Fragrance Oil. Furthermore, this coarse salt is able to provide the body with some fantastic benefits.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt

Next, we have a gorgeous salt that was created in an ancient sea near the Himalayan mountains. Overtime this sea began to disappear and now the salt has been left behind. Now, this mineral rich sea salt is mined right near the beautiful mountain range. So, you can use this fantastic salt to create all kinds of wonderful cosmetic recipes.

Some have found that using this cosmetic ingredient in a salt soak can be beneficial for detoxifying the body, as the salt helps release toxins as your skin absorbs the minerals in the salt. Also, some have found that pink salt can be useful for clearing out your nasal passages using a Neti Pot. Plus, the pink salt can be useful for shrinking pores, reducing oily skin, promoting healing, and exfoliating dead skin. Further, this salt has been thought to be useful for killing bacteria that causes acne. So, this salt is a beneficial cosmetic supply for your recipes.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground

Another great cosmetic salt that you can use in your recipes is the Fine Ground Himalayan Pink Salt. This beautiful pink salt is perfect for providing your skin with beneficial properties and your products with a lovely appearance. So, you can easily create recipes that are pretty, pink, and wonderful for skin care.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use pink Himalayan salt to create some fantastic recipes for your skin. Both the Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe and the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe can be useful for rejuvenating the skin. Further, these scrubs contain oils that can be useful for nourishing the skin after the salt exfoliates and nourishes the skin with minerals.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use Coarse Ground Himalayan Pink Salt to create your cosmetic recipes. This salt contains all the fantastic benefits of the fine pink salt with larger, crystal appearance. So, you can easily add this salt to decorate your bath and body products and add some extra nourishment. Additionally, the Himalayan pink salt wholesale is one of our coarse salts that is known to help purify the air. So, it can be beneficial to use this salt in wax melt recipes. 

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

The gorgeous Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe uses both fine and coarse salts to create a bath bomb recipe that will care for your entire body. Plus, these differently textured salts are able to create beautiful effect in the final product. Additionally, you can use this coarse pink salt to create the Pink Salt Potpourri Recipe. This salt is mixed with a scrumptious fragrance and DPG Solvent Liquid to create a fantastic potpourri recipe. So, you can take a scoop and add it to your potpourri burner to enjoy a clean, spice aroma in your home.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt

The Black Hawaiian Salt is sometimes referred to as Lava Salt and has a unique color. Although it is called black salt, the natural form is actually a reddish black color. This unique color comes from the presence of various minerals, which provide some wonderful properties. This salt is thought to relieve pain of sore muscles as well as from a sunburn. Also, this cosmetic herb will slow signs of aging and promote healthy cell activity. Further, our cosmetic Hawaiian Black Salt contains activated charcoal powder to create a dark black appearance. Not only does this create a gorgeous appearance, but it adds some cleansing and detoxifying properties to the herb.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

Also, you can use the Fine Ground Hawaiian Black Salt to create some wonderful bath and body recipes. Both the salt and the activated charcoal will work together to care for your skin. You can use the cosmetic salt to reduce inflammation, promote healthy skin growth, and reduce muscle soreness. Further, the activated charcoal will help the salt pull toxins from your skin and clean your body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

This blend of natural salt and activated charcoal is fantastic for cleansing the body. So, it would be perfect to include in cp soap recipes, like our Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe. This homemade soap recipe includes a dusting of this cosmetic salt to provide extra cleansing and exfoliation properties to the bar. So, you will have a soap that will leave your skin feeling fantastic.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use the Coarse Ground Hawaiian Black Salt in many of your handcrafted recipes and still maintain all of the same benefits. Of course, this black salt uses both the lava salt and the activated charcoal. However, the coarse is larger and can be used to enhance the design as well as care for the body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

For example, the coarse salt was perfect for creating the Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe. This bath and body recipe includes both the fine and coarse black Hawaiian black salt, but the coarse salt is perfect to make the lump look more like real coal. So, both of these salts can be useful for creating a recipe that is unique, skin loving, and beautiful!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Using Salts for Cooking

There are many different types of salt that you can incorporate in your bath and body creations. Each of these beautiful salts have a slightly different mineral content that can be used to nourish the body. However, skin care isn’t all that these salts are good for. The food grade salts are each unique and have a slightly different flavor. So, each type of salt can be perfect to add to specific dishes to enhance them better than any other. For example, the black Hawaiian salt would be amazing for pork and seafood and the bold flavor of Pink Himalayan salt is perfect for cooking. So, check out The 12 Different Types of Salt + How to Use Each by Wide Open Eats to learn a bit more about the flavor of a few different kinds of salts.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your QuestionsTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any other questions about these cosmetic salts, then you can check out our Cosmetic Salts Class. Also, you can ask us any of your questions about these cosmetic supplies or any other herbs, too! You can find us online, in the store, or on the phone. Anyone that wants to find us online can use any of our social media pages. We have a Facebook page that you can contact us through. Also, we are on both Twitter and Instagram using the handle @ngscents. We hope that you enjoy these cosmetic salts and have fun creating your very own bath and body recipes!

Jun
05

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?


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What Type of Scrub Should I Use?What Type of Scrub Should I Use?

What type of scrub should I use? There are many different ways to create a homemade scrub. So, it all depends on what you are looking to exfoliate. In tough, damaged areas you may want a more exfoliating agent. But, you are going to want a gentle exfoliant for sensitive areas, like the face. Further, there are many different kinds of herbs that you can include in your scrub recipes to tailor the scrub to match your needs. For example, you may want to use poppy seeds or salt for a foot scrub for feet with dry, callused skin. If you have less dead skin on your feet, however, then you may want to use sugar or another herb. Plus, there are scrubs that are emulsified and scrubs that are not.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Emulsified vs Not Emulsified ScrubsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Emulsified vs Not Emulsified Scrubs

First of all, there are two main types of body scrubs. One type is called an emulsified scrub. This uses an emulsifying ingredient that combines the oils with the other ingredients in the recipe. So, there are no oils seeping out of the recipe. However, there is another type that is not emulsified. While the oils and scrubbing ingredient are still mixed together, the oils aren’t connected to the rest of the recipe. So, you may have to mix the scrub again sometimes as the oils will seep out of the loose mixture and make it more difficult to grab all the ingredients.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Emulsified Homemade Salt ScrubWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Emulsified Homemade Salt Scrub

First, you can create some fantastic emulsified salt scrubs. The emulsified scrub blends the ingredients together to make sure that the oils and salt don’t separate. This will ensure that you don’t have oil collected on the top or the bottom of your salt mixture. Also, this scrub, due to the salt, is slightly more abrasive than sugar scrubs and can be used on areas of the body that have a lot of dry skin. So, anyone looking for a tough exfoliant will love this scrub. This scrub would create one of the best hand scrubs and a fantastic salt foot scrub! If you want a good salt scrub recipe, then the Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe would be perfect. This dead sea salt scrub recipe is amazing for exfoliation and is tough on dry, callused skin.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Emulsified Sugar ScrubWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Emulsified Sugar Scrub

Another great way to create an emulsified scrub is with sugar! Again, the recipe includes an emulsifying agent to keep all the ingredients together. The Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe perfectly blends oils, sugar, and beetroot powder to create a perfect emulsified scrub. Our Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe is another great recipe that combines cosmetic oils and white sugar. Another added benefit of creating an emulsified sugar scrub is that you can create layers like we did to create a watermelon appearance in the jar.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Un-emulsified ScrubsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Not Emulsified Scrubs

Plus, you can create scrubs without an emulsifying agent. These scrubs have all the oils that nourish the skin and a strong exfoliator. The only difference is that all of these ingredients don’t contain an emulsifying agent. This means that even though everything is mixed, the oils aren’t bonded to the exfoliant. Our Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe is a scrumptious salt scrub recipe with oils and powdered herbs that truly care for the skin. Also, the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe combines lovely ingredients like nourishing oils and pink salt to create a fantastic scrub! Also, we have a more gentle scrub recipe, the Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe, that will care for your skin with lovely oils and feel less abrasive than a salt scrub.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Different Types of ExfoliantsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Different Types of Exfoliants

While sugar and salt are some of the most common natural exfoliants, there are many other herbs that you can use in your scrub recipes. In fact, there are many herbs that can be used to exfoliate your skin. Another benefits of using these herbs is that there are all kinds of different levels of exfoliation. Some are tougher exfoliants than salt and others are more gentle than sugar. So, using some of the Herbs and Spices available on the NG site can provide you with a great range of option for your scrubs!

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Diy Body Coffee ScrubWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Diy Body Coffee Scrub

Another great ingredient for providing some scrubbing power to your recipes is real ground coffee. The coffee grounds provide light exfoliation that is great for a body scrub. One recipe that uses coffee as an exfoliant is our Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe. This homemade scrub combines luscious oils and butters with real coffee to create a magnificent scrub! The grounds provide a softer exfoliation than either sugar or salt. Plus, the grounds have an authentic coffee aroma that goes well on its own or blends perfectly with a coffee fragrance, like our Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Poppy Seed Scrub RecipeWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Poppy Seed Scrub Recipe

Also, you can use some poppy seeds in your homemade scrub recipe. Our Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe uses this cosmetic herb among other wonderful herbs and oils that will care for the skin. Since poppy seeds are hard and are great for exfoliating, we decided to create a foot recipe that will both defoliate as well as care for the skin.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Variations of Body ScrubsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Variations of Body Scrubs

While these ingredients are not the main exfoliant in the scrub recipes, they are extremely useful when added to a scrub recipe! Some of these ingredients will add to the cleansing ability of the product, add a bit more gentle exfoliation to the exfoliant, or add skin nourishing vitamins and minerals to envelop the skin in luscious nourishment. If you want to learn about these ingredients, then check below for some of the herbs, butters, and oils that you can use in your own recipes.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Charcoal ScrubsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Charcoal Scrubs

Although this scrub recipe uses white sugar as an exfoliant, the activated charcoal helps to cleanse the skin. Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe. This herb adsorbs toxins and will pick up anything that is bad for the skin. Then, the activates charcoal will take these toxins away when it is wiped or rinsed off. So, you will have bright, beautiful skin that is clean and healthy.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use Diy Spa RecipesWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use Diy Spa Recipes

This lovely spa recipe uses dead sea salt for exfoliation as the herbs and oils work to do their magic. These ingredients would perfectly remove any dead skin as well as use these fantastic herbs to nourish the skin with vitamins and minerals. This spa quality scrub is hard to resist after you see the effect it has on your skin!

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Honey Sugar Scrub RecipeWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Honey Sugar Scrub Recipe

Another great recipe that you can try out is the Chocolate Sugar Scrub Recipe. This homemade scrub recipe uses both white sugar and brown sugar to create a sweet blend of exfoliants. Plus, the organic cocoa powder and raw honey are perfect for nourishing the skin along with the lovely cosmetic oils, which include olive oil. So, this is a perfect recipe for anyone looking for a sugar scrub with sugar scrub recipe with olive oil.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Foaming Body ScrubsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Foaming Body Scrubs

Another alternative type of scrub you can create is a foaming body scrub. These recipes include a foaming agent, SCI, that will provide your body scrub with a fun, foaming lather. Both the Foaming Body Scrub Recipe For Men Recipe and the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe contain this wonderful bath enhancing ingredient.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Solid Scrub Recipe

Another different way to create your own scrubs is a solid sugar soap scrub recipe! These recipes include melt and pour soap to create a cleansing scrub recipe that is perfect for the bath.  So, you can create a bath scrub like our Solid Sugar Scrub Recipe. This recipe cleans, exfoliates, and nourished the skin with oils. Additionally, you can create a solid salt scrub recipe, like our Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe, which uses a tougher exfoliant and is packaged in a clamshell container.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: How to Make Lip Scrub

If your lips are cracked, dry, and just begging for some exfoliation, then this is the perfect product to create. These sugary scrubs will gently remove your weathered, dead skin and reveal the vibrant lips hidden underneath. Plus, the sugar is a perfect way to naturally flavor your homemade lip care recipes. Further, the oils and butters included in these recipes will care for the newly emerged skin, This will keep your lips looking and feeling soft, healthy, and rejuvenated.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Diy Lip Scrub with Brown SugarWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Diy Lip Scrub with Brown Sugar

Brown sugar is a great exfoliant for your lips! This sugar is softer than white sugar but is still yummy and sweet. So, you can lightly exfoliate your lips to remove dry, damaged skin and have the added bonus of naturally sweetened lip balm. Our Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe and our Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe are both delicious and perfect for lip care. Not only are these lip scrubs sweet and cute, but they contain ingredients that will nourish and care for the newly revealed skin.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Diy Lip Scrub with White SugarWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Diy Lip Scrub with White Sugar

Not only is sugar great for body scrubs, but it can be used in lip care products, too! This type of scrub is a bit more abrasive than brown sugar, so it is perfect for very dry lips with a bunch of dead skin. One quick and easy way to make a white sugar lip balm scrub is our Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe. Also, our Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe is just like our other recipe, but it adds an extra oil to care for the skin. Since these lip scrubs use a lip balm base it is very easy to create and could be a fun idea for mommy and me crafts!

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Homemade Scrubs for FaceWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Homemade Scrubs for Face

Another great idea for homemade body scrubs is a recipe for a face scrub. If you create a face scrub recipe, then you need to make sure that you are aware of what shouldn’t be in it. Firstly, make sure that you don’t choose a tough exfoliant like salt. Instead, try brown sugar, Kaolin Clay, or lavender buds.  Also, be cautious with your scent. Since fragrance oils may irritate the skin, I would suggest choosing a fragrant herb or leaving it unscented. Also, be sure to include oils that won’t clog pores, like Argan Oil or Sweet Almond Oil.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Why Use Natural Exfoliants?

Not only are these scrubs great for your body, but they are a better alternative for protecting the environment, too. Many commercial scrubs will use plastic beads instead of an exfoliating herb or mineral. While it may exfoliate, there are other products that work just as well, if not better, that won’t use plastic. So, buy more natural scrubs or make your own to protect our oceans. The article Scrubbing Out Sea Life on Slate to learn more and see more alternatives to plastic exfoliants.

What Type of Scrub Should I Use: Reach Out to UsWhat Type of Scrub Should I Use?: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed learning about different scrub recipes! If you want to check out more, then go to out Scrub Recipes page on the website. Also, you can reach out to us with any questions that you may have about homemade scrubs. There are a few different ways to get a hold of us, one of which is social media. We have a Facebook page, an Instagram (@ngscents), and a Twitter (@ngscents). Can’t wait to hear from you!