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Oct
28

Uses for Roses

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Uses for RosesUses for Roses

Hello everybody! What do roses mean to you? To most people, they are a symbol of love. A way to show their pure unconditional love for someone else. But did you know that they can also be used for many other uses besides romance? No, I’m not kidding! These gorgeous flowers have a huge variety of uses including in bath and body products, hair care, skin care, and even medicinal purposes! Aren’t you curious? There are so many different uses out there that I’m sure as soon as you finish reading this, you’ll want to try most of these for yourself!

Roses are a part of the genus Rosa, within the family Roseceae. There are over 100 species in existence and countless hybrids! They are native to Africa, North America, and Europe, but mainly Asia. The rose is approximately 35 million years old, according to some fossil evidence found in Colorado. It is the National Floral Emblem of the United States and the national flower of England. It is also the state flower of New York, North Dakota, Georgia, Iowa, and the District of Columbia. Did you know that in ancient Egypt, roses were used as offerings to the goddess Isis because they were considered the most sacred flower? And in ancient Rome and Greece, they were associated with the goddess of love?

Many bath and body products can contain roses. There are many skin care benefits when using them in bath and body products. Rose oil has many anti-bacterial properties. It also helps to treat acne, soften skin, and hydrate and moisturize skin. It also helps to fight skin diseases, regenerate cells, restore skin texture, and fights inflammation. Rose oil has even been used to change skin pigmentation! When used for hair products, the antiseptic properties in rose water help to reduce dandruff and scalp inflammation. The oil also adds shine to the hair, prevents hair loss, promotes hair growth, and can improve blood circulation in the scalp. Rose water can even be used as a natural hair spray! For all the soapers and candle makers out there, rose petals make a beautiful natural decoration to your creations. And when used as an actual ingredient in soap, it is great for softening the skin.

There are countless medicinal benefits to roses as well! When rose oil is used in a compress, it helps to treat puffiness of the eyes, and also treats inflamed and tired eyes. When combined with Melissa oil, rose oil is awesome for treating herpes sores. The fruit that grows on rose plants, rose hips, is very high in vitamin C. The rose hips help to treat high blood pressure, lower cholesterol, chest pains, fevers, and they can even be used as a kidney tonic. Rose oil is also used to help with panic attacks. There is a rose tea that can be made that can help treat PMS, menopause symptoms, mastitis, and breast pain in women. Roses can also be used to stimulate the liver, improve circulation, and increase the appetite. Those are only a few of the many medicinal benefits from roses!

Wondering how to find this awesome product on our site? Well the easiest way is by typing “rose” into our search bar. That will take you directly to a page that shows all of the fantastic rose products we offer including our Red Dried Rose Petals and Buds and our Pink Dried Rose Petals and Buds. We also have many rose fragrance oils and a bunch of free rose recipes like our Lavender Sage Bath Bombs! Enjoy and have fun! And watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
27

New Born Baby Scent

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new born baby fragrance oilNew Born Baby Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

New Born Baby Fragrance Oil is a wonderfully delightful scent. It has many relaxing qualities that are sure to remind you of all the adorable little babies you have ooh’d and ahh’d over in the past. The scent of a new born baby is a wonderful scent that you are sure to never forget. This fragrance is sure to remind you of all the little miracles that are blessings in your life. New born baby scent is perfect for any project you are planning on trying! Your family, friends and customers are sure to adore it as much as you!

 

What Does New Born Baby Smell Like?

New Born Baby Fragrance Oil by Nature’s Garden is a delicate blend full of citrus tones that unravel into a lovely mixture of soft florals. For a classic baby scent, a hint of orange flower is mixed with a bouquet of ylang, rose, and geranium surrounded by the smell of sandalwood. The base is a soothing velvety combination of powdery sweetness and musk.

 

How Do Our Customers Use New Born Baby Fragrance Oil?

Are you looking for a scent that is sure to remind everyone you know of all the amazing little babies and loved ones in their lives? Then New Born Baby is perfect for you. It is nice and strong in soy wax, while performing perfectly in wow wax and joy wax. By using this fragrance in aroma beads, it will fill your house with its’ relaxing wonderful smell. It also has a 50% maximum usage rate when used in potpourri or incense.

For bath and body products, our New Born Baby scent has a maximum usage rate of 50%. This lovely fragrance can be used in many common products such as bath gels, lotions, bath oils, perfumes, and soaps. New Born Baby also has no vanillin content so it will not discolor your soaps or other products in any way! For all the CP soapers out there, this fragrance is fantastic for you too! Our CP findings are: there was no acceleration or discoloration, and it also has a perfect pour!

 

New Born Baby is the perfect scent for any current or future project you may be working on. This fragrance is sure to have your friends and family and of course your customers, coming back again and again! Excited? Well there’s even more! Here at Nature’s Garden, we offer many free recipes and classes, and we just happen to our Baby Shower Cold Process Soap recipe that is made with New Born Baby fragrance! This is an amazing recipe that is the perfect gift for any expectant mom out there! But don’t just stop there, make sure to check out the rest of our free recipes and classes as well!

Are you wondering how to find this amazing product on our awesome new site? Well, just type “new born” or “new born baby” into the search bar and it will take you directly to our New Born Baby fragrance oil! On the top of the fragrance picture is a little green link that says “Recipe.” Click on the link and you will see the name and picture of our Baby Shower soap. That is a link to take you directly to the recipe! Enjoy! This fragrance is sure to be favorite of mommies and soon-to-be mommies everywhere! And keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
26

Tart Green Apple Scent

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tart green apple fragranceTart Green Apple Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tart Green Apple scent is a wonderfully delicious scent that will bring you back to all kinds of childhood memories. You will be reminded of the first time you bobbed for apples and the first time you ever tried that yummy apple cider. It is the perfect homey scent to add to any project, candle or soap that you are interested in making. If you are looking for something that will make all of your guests or family and family think of all the wonderful comforts of home, then this scent is perfect for you.

What Does Tart Green Apple Smell Like?

Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil by Nature’s Garden is a very strong scent of tart green granny smith apple. It is completely true to its name.

How Do Our Customers Use Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil?

If you are looking for a scent that is sure to remind people of their amazing childhood memories, then this is the scent for you. It is very strong and nice in soy wax and also performs perfectly in joy wax and wow wax. The scent of apples will also fill your house with its lovely aroma if you use this scent in aroma beads.  There is also a 50% usage rate if you want to use this scent for potpourri and incense!

For bath and body products, Tart Green Apple scent has a 5% usage rate. It can be used in many common personal care products such as bath gels, perfumes, soaps, bath oils, and lotions. Tart Green Apple has absolutely no vanillin content, meaning it will not discolor your soaps or bath and body products in any way. For any CP soapers out there, this fragrance is amazing for you as well! Our CP findings are: no ricing, no acceleration, and it is a perfect pour. Also, since there is no vanillin, there is no discoloration to your soap and this fragrance just ultimately works very well in soaps.
Tart Green Apple is perfect for whatever project or craft you are interested in! It is a scent with childhood reminders that is sure to have you, your customers, or your friends and family wanting to use it over and over again! But wait, there’s more! We offer many free recipes here at Nature’s Garden, and we just happen to have one for our Monster Snot Soap Jelly that is actually made with our Tart Green Apple scent! This soap jelly is perfect for all of your own little kiddos, they are sure to love this spooky fun project! Are you wondering how to find all of these amazing products on our website? Well, the easiest way to find our Tart Green Apple fragrance is by typing “tart green apple” into our search bar. That will take you right to our Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil page, and on the top of the fragrance picture, there is a green link that says “Recipe.” Click on that, and it will show you the name and a picture of our Monster Snot Soap Jelly. If you click that, it will take you right to the free recipe! Enjoy and have fun with this awesome scent! And keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla. Are you looking for even more amazing free recipes? Make sure to check out all of our great free recipes and classes!

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Oct
23

Black Code Type Scent

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black code type scentBlack Code Type Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Black Code Type scent is delightfully. It has sinfully tempting qualities, that will draw immediate attention to whatever candle, soap, or craft it is included in. It is completely irresistible. If you are looking for a tantalizing scent that is sure to keep your friends and family and even your customers interested, then Black Code Type is definitely for you. Or maybe you’re just looking for the perfect scent to use in a project for that special man in your life. Black Code Type is perfect for any and all occasions.

What Does Black Code Type Smell Like?

Black Code Type Fragrance Oil by Nature’s Garden is an alluring masculine aroma that is also oriental. It has base notes of Guiac wood and Tonka bean which lead to another base note of olive flower. The olive flower leads to the top citrus notes of fresh lemon and bergamot.

How Do Our Customers Use Black Code Type Fragrance Oil?

If you are looking for a sinfully irresistibly scent, then Back Code Type is absolutely perfect for you. Black Code Type is nice and strong in soy wax and is wonderful for wow wax and joy wax as well. Black Code Type even has a 50% usage rate if you would like to use it for incense or potpourri!  This scent is fantastic to use in aroma beads that will fill your house with this tantalizing scent.

For bath and body products, our Black Code Type Fragrance Oil has a usage rate of 5%. This tempting fragrance can be used to make many different personal care items such as lotions, soaps, bath oils, bath gels, and perfumes. For all the CP soapers out there, this scent is great for you as well.  Our CP findings are: no separation, and a nice strong scent. However you should be ready to move quickly as it does have some acceleration. In Black Code Type, there is a .12% vanillin content, meaning that it can discolor your soaps and bath and body products. Any scent with vanillin, should always be tested thoroughly first. For the CP soapers, the final discoloration is just to a cream color!

 

Now come on, doesn’t Black Code Type just sound delightfully sinful? It will surely be a scent that you and everyone you know are sure to remember and want to use over and over again. Here at Nature’s Garden, we also happen to offer many great free recipes like our Cold Process Shaving Soap recipe that is actually made with Back Code Type fragrance! All those men out there are sure to love that amazing recipe! Are you sitting there wondering what the fastest way is that you can get this scent? Well, the easiest way to find it on our site is just by typing “black code” into our search bar. That will take you directly to our Black Code Type Fragrance Oil page. And on the fragrance picture, there is a little green box that says “Recipe.” That link will show you the name and a picture of our Cold Process Shaving Cream, and by clicking that, it will take you right to the recipe! Enjoy this fantastic scent! And watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
22

Basil

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basil Basil

Hi everyone! Are you looking for new crafts? Maybe a new herb to use in your bath and body products? Or maybe it’s your first time making soaps or bath and body products and you’re looking for a good herb to use? Well here it is! How about basil? Basil is a wonderful herb that can be used in a variety of ways in many different products and industries! It is most well known for being used in foods and for culinary purposes, but it can also be used for medicinal purposes, skin care, hair care, bath and body products and even soaping!

Basil, or otherwise known as ocimum basilicum, is an herb in the family Lamiaceae that is mainly used for culinary purposes. It is native to India, New Guinea, Southeast Asia, and China. It was first domesticated in India and has been cultivated for over 5,000 years there. The word basil comes from the Greek word βασιλεύ, meaning “king.” In India, it is believed that placing basil in the mouths of the dying ensures that they will reach God. Ancient Egyptians believed that basil would open the gates of heaven for their loved ones and in Europe, basil is placed in the hands of the dead to ensure a safe journey.

There are many medicinal benefits to using basil as well. There are anti-septic properties in the leaves that help treat wounds, ulcers, and cuts. It is also rich in vitamin A which helps to treat many eye problems such as sore eyes and blindness. Basil also helps to prevent glaucoma, cataracts, and degeneration of the eyes. Basil tea is said to help promote milk production in nursing mothers and it is said that mothers should take basil right before or after birth to promote blood circulation. The leaves are rich in phytonutrients and healing oils that treat malarial and dengue fevers. The leaves also help the body to form new blood cells and renew energy levels that can help stop weight gain. Basil can also be used to treat colds, sore throats, throat and mouth infections, headaches and migraines, restlessness and the pain caused from chicken pox, measles and small pox. It also helps to sharpen the mind and is a great stress reliever.

Many bath and body can contain basil as well. Many common products are lotions, ointments, creams, massage oils, bath teas, bath bombs, bath teas, facials tonics and masks, and shampoos and conditioners. Basil is a great exfoliant for the skin, and also helps to treat acne and prevent blackheads, and treats many skin infections and even ringworm. It can prevent gray hair and hair loss and also gives hair a better luster when used as an infusion in shampoos and conditioners. Basil also helps to strengthen the hair and rejuvenate the hair follicles. When basil is used for soap making, it gives the soap a wonderful aroma, is a gentle skin exfoliant and treats acne problems.

Wondering how to find this awesome product on our site? Just type “basil” in the search bar! That will take you directly to a page titled “Search Results for “Basil.”” It shows our ground basil leaf, and all of our wonderful basil fragrances! Our basil class is also available right there! Enjoy! And watch out for more Enlightened by Layla! Looking for new recipes? Check out all of our free classes and recipes!

basil results pageNote: 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.

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Oct
21

Baking Soda

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baking sodaBaking Soda

Hello everyone! How often do you use baking soda in your every day life? Or maybe it’s something that you always have around the house but you really have no idea what it is ever used for? Well, I’m here to tell you all about it! You will definitely be amazed at all the different uses you didn’t know it had! After reading this, I’m sure you’ll be intrigued enough to try out some of these awesome ideas with baking soda for yourself!

I’m sure we all know and think of baking soda just as a part of the bread making process. Or maybe if you’ve worked in restaurants like I have, you associate it as almost a fire extinguisher. Like if something catches fire on the stove or grill, if you pour baking soda on it, puts the fire out. Or even the toothpaste commercials when people talk about that they or their loved ones used baking soda for toothpaste. But that’s not all this wonderful product can do! Did you know baking soda can be used in bath and body products as well? It can be used in bath bombs recipes and when used as a hair rinse, it will make your hair soft and silky. And it gets even better! When you use baking soda to add a little something extra to your bath time, it helps to soften the skin and give it a lovely silky feeling! Even the cosmetic industry uses baking soda! Cleaning formulas and cosmetic formulations use it to help lift dirt and remove oils.

You can even make your very own baking soda laundry detergents and dish soaps when you combine it with citric acid and soap! There are many other cleaning products that use baking soda as well. Cloth diapers can be cleaned with a mixture of baking soda and water. It can remove grease stains and oils, clean cars, corroded batteries, ovens, microwaves, vinyl shower curtains, and it can even remove marks on walls. Baking soda also has deodorizing qualities! It can be used as a replacement for deodorant, deodorize pet bedding, cars, closets, refrigerators, shoes, cutting boards, dishwashers, garbage disposals, trash cans and even stuffed animals just to name a few.

There are many medicinal benefits to baking soda as well! It can help slow kidney failure and there is a theory that it can be used to fight cancer. It is also used to treat indigestion and heartburn, it can also be used when removing splinters and for allergic reactions to poison ivy, sumac, and oak. For oral health, baking soda is used as an ingredient in toothpastes to help remove plaque from the teeth. Soaking your feet in baking soda can treat foot fungus and odors. Athletes also can use baking soda to keep them from getting tired during a game and it helps to enhance their performance.

Those are just a few of the many ways to use baking soda! Aren’t you just dying to try some of them out now? One of my favorite and most interesting uses to me though, is a recipe we came across on Pinterest. For getting scuff marks off of vinyl and suede shoes. Using baking soda in the recipe! Did you know that baking soda can also be used to help keep septic systems clean? Hold on though, if you are need of the actual product itself, we have it right here at Nature’s Garden! Just type “baking soda” into the search bar on our site and it will take you right to it! These ideas are something you just can’t pass up! Check out some of our free recipes and classes too and our baking soda class! And keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
20

Chocolate Fudge Scent

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chocolate fudge scentChocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Mmm…chocolate fudge scent. Just the name alone gets your mouth watering and your mind going nuts doesn’t it? Chocolate Fudge Fragrance is a sinfully delicious scent that is sure to make all your family and friends’ taste buds go crazy. If they weren’t craving a chocolate fix before this scent entered their noses, they are sure to afterwards! Chocolate Fudge is a sure reminder of all the comforts that a chocolate binge can bring and everyone around you is sure to love it! You should definitely make sure to try Chocolate Fudge for future projects, and with a name as delicious as that how can you turn it down?

 

What Does Chocolate Fudge Smell Like?

I’m sure the name doesn’t leave much to the imagination, but I’ll give you a good explanation anyways. Chocolate Fudge scent by Nature’s Garden is a temptingly decadent scent of rich dark chocolate with swirled ribbons of caramel and vanilla crème sprinkled with the hints of almonds and creamy hazelnuts.

 

How Do Our Customers Use Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil?

Really, how do they not? But for all the chocolate fanatics out there, this scent is perfect for you! For candle making, it is wonderful for joy wax, soy wax and wow wax. Want to make your house smell like a delicious chocolate factory? Use this scent in aroma beads!

For bath and body products, our Chocolate Fudge scent has a usage rate of 5%. It can be used for many different personal care products such as perfumes, bath gels, lotions and bath oils. It also has a 50% usage rate for incense and potpourri. Chocolate Fudge scent is perfect for all you cold process soapers! There is a 5% vanillin content with this one. Our CP findings are: it is a perfect pouring with no acceleration or ricing. When first added to the CP it discolors to a bright gold, but turns into a dark chocolate color with a nice strong scent.

 

Guess what? It gets even better! We offer five delicious free recipes that are made with our Chocolate Fudge fragrance! All five are sure to be hit with everybody you know!

Our Chocolate Sugar Scrub will help to fight skin damage and smell amazing at the same time!

Chocolate Sugar Scrub Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub is sure to be a treat that will make your mind wander to the reminders of delicious ice cream treats from your childhood!

Neapolitan Ice Cream Scrub

Our Smores Candle is a candle that will bring back reminders of countless bonfires past. The taste of this delicious treat will intrude your thoughts!

Smores Candle

Frappe Mocha Body Cream is a delectable indulgence with a scent that will make you feel like you are most certainly in heaven!

Frappe Mocha Body Cream

Neapolitan Cupcake Soap. Cupcakes and ice cream? With the smell of chocolate fudge? How much more amazing could it get?

Neapolitan Cupcake Soap

        If you would like the easiest way to access all of our Chocolate Fudge yumminess, just type “chocolate fudge” or “choco fudge” into the search bar on our website. This will take you directly to our Chocolate Fudge scent which has a link on the picture to all of the recipes that go along with it! Enjoy! And be sure to keep watch for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
18

Rose Hips

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rose hips Rose Hips

For all the crafters out there, do you like to experiment with different flowers and herbs? Have you ever tried rose hips? If you haven’t, you should definitely get on that! Rose hips can be used for many different products and many different industries as well! There are many foods and even some beverages that include rose hips, and other industries it can be used in are hair care, skin care, soaps, bath and body products and even medicinal. This plant is something you should put on your list of projects to try, because once you finish reading this blog I’m sure you won’t be able to resist!

Rose hips, which is also known as rose hep or rose haw, is the fruit that grows on rose plants. It is in the family Rosaceae, and is a part of the Rosa genus. It is native to Europe, North Africa, North America, and certain parts of Asia. The rose is actually America’s National Floral Emblem, as well as the state flower of Iowa, Georgia, New York, North Dakota and the District of Columbia. There are over 100 species of rose plants, and each species has a different look. Some can grow up to 20 feet, while some only grow up to 3 feet high. George Washington, America’s first president, was actually a rose breeder!

There are many medicinal benefits to using rose hips. It contains many antioxidants like flavinoids, catechins, carotenoids, leucoanthocyanins, and polyphenols that help to prevent heart disease and even cancer. Rose hips can also help to fight off infections in the body and strengthen the immune system as well as treating many different skin problems such as burns and acne. Other skin ailments include helping wounds to heal faster, regenerating skin cells, slowing the aging process, giving the skin a beautiful healthy glow, and keeping the skin moist and hydrated. Rose hips also contain Vitamin C which is a necessity for pregnant women to help them build collagen for themselves and their baby. Even an itching powder can be made from this wonderful fruit! But please don’t take this blog as medical advice! Always consult a doctor before using any product in place of medical treatment!

Many bath and body products can be made with this amazing ingredient as well! If you’re a soap maker, ground up rose hips powder is an awesome addition to your soaps and even bath teas. Do you have brittle nails? Try rose hips oil! Rubbing it on your nails actually helps to hydrate and nourish them! Are you looking to add more bounce to your hair? Adding rose hips to your hair care will help to add the bounciness and even make your hair silkier! Are you officially intrigued with this fantastic product? Wondering how to get your hands on some as soon as possible? Have no fear, we have Rose Hips Powder! And it gets even better! We also offer many free recipes, including our Herbal Infused Shea Lotion! However, we sell rose hips for external use only!

The easiest way to find both of these products on our site is just by typing “rose hips” into the search bar. That will take your directly to our “Rose Hips Powder” page. On the top of the picture, there is a little green link that says “Recipe.” Just click that and it will take you right to a picture and link for our herbal infused lotion recipe. Be sure to try out some rose hips as soon as possible! And watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
17

Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin

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cotton headed ninny muggin fragranceCotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Just the name alone is sure to make you laugh out loud with delight. Inspired by one of our favorite movies, Elf, this is an amusing scent sure to leave you and you loved ones wanting more! You’ll be sure to have thoughts of Will Ferrell and his antics constantly running through your mind. This joyful scent will definitely bring all kinds of childhood memories to mind, Christmases past, piles of unopened gifts with the wonders of what surprises lay inside, Santa Claus, and even just the joy of spending time with your loved ones.

 

What Does Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Smell Like?

While I’m sure that a scent that was inspired by Will Ferrell’s antics has already intrigued you, Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin is a charming scent with a powerful base of vanilla. There are spicy hints in the middle with notes of powerful heliotrope. The whole thing begins with scents of vanilla frosting and buttery, sweet creamy coconut.

 

How Do Our Customers Use Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance Oil?

Anyone who loves Elf is sure to want this experience this enchanting scent for themselves! If you’re a candle maker, Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin fragrance is nice and strong in soy wax, but it performs perfectly in wow wax and joy wax.

For bath and body products, there is a maximum usage rate of 5%. Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin scent can be used in various personal care products as well. It is used for perfumes, lotions, bath gels, bath oils, and soaps. There is also a maximum usage rate of 50% for potpourri and incense. If you’re a cold process soaper, this scent is absolutely perfect for you! Our CP findings are: no ricin or acceleration. It pours perfectly and has a very strong scent. It will discolor to a dark brown since it has a vanillin content of 4%. We highly suggest using a vanilla white color stabilizer to help stabilize the discoloration.

 

With a name like this and the inspiration of a true comedian, we have brought an awesome free recipe using the Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin scent for you! If your kids love Play Dough, they are guaranteed to love our Scented Play Dough Recipe! How much more awesome could it get for kids who love this classic toy? Play Dough is a classic and using this recipe, your kids can brag to everybody they know about how awesome their scented Play Dough is!

Scented Play Dough

Want to know the easiest way to find these wonderful products on our site? On our website, just type “cotton headed,” or you can type the whole thing, “cotton headed ninny muggin” into our search bar. That will take you directly to our Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance Oil page. On the top of the picture of the fragrance, you will see a little green “Recipe” link. If you click on that, it will show you a link and picture to our Scented Play Dough. Click that and it will take you right to our awesome free recipe! Please contact us if you have any problems or questions and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
17

Black Walnut Hulls

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Black Walnut HullsBlack Walnut Hulls

Hello everyone! Are you adventurous? Are you a crafter? Do you like to try new and exciting things with your crafts? Have you ever used black walnut hulls in your crafts? If you haven’t yet, get on that! Black walnut hulls are amazing! They can be used in a variety of different ways in many different industries! They can be used for medicinal purposes, skin care, cosmetics, bath and body products, and even food and wood working! They are such versatile ingredients that after reading this, you won’t be able to resist trying them!

Black walnut hulls, or otherwise known as Juglans Nigra, are actually the outside shells or coverings of black walnuts. They are a species of the walnut family Juglandaceae and native to North America and some parts of Canada. They are found in Texas, Florida, Georgia, South Dakota and Ontario, Canada. During the 17th century, black walnut was used for many hard wood products like flooring, gunstock, building furniture, and even making coffins. They were used for these purposes because of their great grain and luster and its dark-red-brown color. Romans actually called black walnut the “imperial nut”!

There are many medicinal benefits to using black walnut hulls as well! It can treat many skin conditions like eczema, acne, warts, psoriasis, cold sores, herpes, athlete’s foot, and even inflamed tissues. When used as a cosmetics ingredient, it treats all of those things as well as yeast infections and even ringworm. One thing contained in black walnut hulls is called tannin. Tannin helps to reduce excessive sweating and shrink the sweat glands. Many other ailment can be treated with black walnut hulls as well such as balancing blood sugar, lowering serum cholesterol, getting oxygen into the blood, lowering blood pressure, helping to detoxify the body, and it has been said that they can even help to “kill” cancer cells! For women, they help to regulate the amount of blood loss during periods. However, pregnant women are recommended not to use black walnut hulls because they could possibly cause the child birth defects or even cause the mother to have a miscarriage. Please do not take my blogs as medical advice though! Always consult your doctor before using anything as replacement for medical treatment!

Bath and body products can include black walnut hulls as well! When used in a face mask, they help to soothe the skin. They can also be added to bath bomb recipes and massage oils. When used for soap making, black walnut hulls are used to color the soap a natural dark brown color. They can also be added to primary colored soap to bring the color down to a more natural, muted level. Wondering how to find this great product on our site? Just type “black walnut” or “black walnut hulls” into the search bar and it will take you directly to our Black Walnut Hulls Powder! Did you know that black walnut trees are also used as timber trees? And they can be added to a variety of foods! Also, black walnuts used to be used as hair dye because of its rich dark brown-black color! Make sure to try out this awesome product as soon as possible! And keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla! Looking for new things to try? Check out all of our free classes and recipes including our Black Walnut Hulls Class!

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