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Oct
19

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall


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Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for FallMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall

Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the entire year. The bright orange, yellow, and red hues in the crisp falling leaves is truly a sight to behold. However, watching the flutter of the beautiful leaves through the crisp autumn wind is not the only fun part of this time of year. Of course, this season contains a few different  fantastic, fun holidays. Of course, we are talking about both Halloween and Thanksgiving! Whether you are young or old, this season has plenty of fun for everyone to enjoy themselves! Of course, another fun way to spend this season is to create some different fantastic and fun holiday crafts. We at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies were inspired by all of the best aspects of the autumn season to create all kinds of fun bath and body recipes. These cosmetic recipes include all of our best melt and pour soap recipes for fall. Of course, you can use our melt and pour soap making supplies to create some fantastic cosmetic recipes. These soap making supplies include lovely fall fragrance oils and our melt and pour soap bases. If you are interested in creating any of these soap making recipes, then you may want to check out some of these recipes below.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Fresh Fallen Leaves Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for : Fresh Fallen Leaves Soap Recipe

First, you can create the Fresh Fallen Leaves Soap Recipe for this lovely fall season. This soap making recipe uses a straw and the leaf soap mold to create a fun design! So, this melt and pour soap recipe is made to have a design perfect for fall. You will create a design of tree trunks topped with a large pile of brightly colored fall leaves. So, this melt and pour soap recipe has an absolutely perfect design for this lovely season. Not only does this cosmetic recipe look like grown trees with colorful autumn leaves, but this soap is scented with the aroma of Fresh Fallen Leaves Fragrance Oil.  Fittingly, this fragrance has a perfect aroma of autumn with a fitting aroma that is true to the name!

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: 7 Up Bundt Cake Soap Recipe

Another scrumptious melt and pour soap recipe that you can create is our 7 Up Bundt Cake Soap Recipe. Of course, this fun melt and pour soap looks like a bundt cake, but that isn’t all. Further, you can decorate this cake soap with a sweet soap frosting. So, this bath and body recipe will provide you with a scrumptious recipe for soap that looks like food! Not only does this soap look like a yummy bundt cake, but it is scented with the scrumptious aroma of our 7-UP Pound Cake Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is a fantastic blend of warm cake, almond, lemon, lime, and sweet, sugary vanilla. So, you can create this fantastically delicious soap for this lovely fall season.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Dracula's Dentures RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Dracula’s Dentures Recipe

One great recipe that you can create for Halloween is the fun Dracula’s Dentures Recipe. Not only does this monster themed recipe fit the Halloween season, but it is a fun and silly take on vampires, too. Plus, you can scent this melt and pour soap recipe with the sweet aroma of our Lunar Eclipse Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of juicy fruit nectar and exotic floral notes. These fragrance notes blend with notes of sweet vanilla and honey. Not only would this fragrance be perfect for an evening filled with romance, but it is a perfectly irresistible scent for scented soap recipe. This combination of a sweet fragrance and fun vampire teeth is a perfect recipe for Halloween that everyone will enjoy.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Bamboo Hemp Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe

Additionally, you can create the Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe this fall season. This simple melt and pour soap recipe uses the star anise seed whole herb to create a fantastic soap recipe. You can use this lovely soap recipe to decorate your home for the Thanksgiving holiday. Further, these cute little soaps are perfect for using as homemade guest soaps. Plus, this lovely soap is scented with the aroma of our Bamboo Hemp Fragrance Oil.  This scented oil has notes of well-balanced blend of bamboo stalks, vetiver, and patchouli with undertones of hemp seed and oakmoss. This blend of fragrance oil notes is the perfect way to finish this melt and pour soap recipe. Of course, the refreshing scent and the simple, herbal appearance is another great cosmetic recipe that you can create for the fall season.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Salt Water Taffy Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Salt Water Taffy Soap Recipe

Of course, a candy scented soap is another great cosmetic recipe that you can create for this upcoming holiday. So, you can create the sweet Salt Water Taffy Soap Recipe for this Halloween. This cosmetic recipe uses four bright colors that are wrapped to look like scrumptious taffy candy Further, this candy soap is scented with the aroma of our Salt Water Taffy Fragrance Oil, which has notes of sweet berries, sugar, and creamy vanilla taffy. This scrumptious aroma has notes that bring memories of scrumptious taffy that will melt in your mouth. So, this is a great bath and body recipe that is perfect for the fun Halloween season.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Ghost Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Ghost Soap Recipe

Another fun soap recipe for fall is the spooky Ghost Soap Recipe. Since Halloween is right around the corner, this ghost soap would be a perfect recipe for the season. So, you can use these cute ghosts to decorate your home. Further, you can use these lovely melt and pour soaps as well. Not only will this cosmetic recipe get you clean, but the beautiful aroma of Alien Princess Fragrance Oil will entice your senses. This fragrance has notes of bright, sparkling fruit notes and soft floral notes all rest on a woodsy base with vanilla and musk. You will love this alluring, spooky fragrance is the perfect scent for this fantastic melt and pour soap recipe.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Pumpkin Puke Soap Jelly RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Pumpkin Puke Soap Jelly Recipe

Also, you can create the fun and silly Pumpkin Puke Soap Jelly Recipe. This liquid soap recipe is a fun scented soap recipe that is inspired by pumpkins. This is a perfect cosmetic recipe for decorating this Halloween season. Of course, you can use the decorated container around the house during the season as well as use the soap to clean and provide a lovely scent for your body. Although we called this soap recipe pumpkin puke, it certainly smells better than that with sweet scrumptious notes! This fun bath and body recipe is scented with the Pumpkin Roll Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has sweet notes of sugar and a pumpkin puree spiced with hints of cinnamon, and nutmeg layered with a warm, sweet-butter crust, drizzled with maple and honey. So, this is another fantastic bath and body recipe that you can create this fall season!

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Monster Snot Soap Jelly RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Monster Snot Soap Jelly Recipe

Not only can you create a pumpkin themed soap recipe for Halloween, but you have the option to create a monster scented soap, too. So, you can create the Monster Snot Soap Jelly Recipe! Again, this is a fantastic scented soap recipe that you can use to decorate your home. So, this cosmetic recipe is perfect for decorating for this fun, spooky holiday. You can use both the green slime color and the googly eyes to create a fun monster recipe. So, these features are  fantastic for creating this cute bath and body recipe. Further, you will love the delicious scent of our Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has the true scent of tart green granny smith apples. The scrumptious aroma of this fragrance oil is a fantastic scent that is perfect for this sweet holiday.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Gumdrop Melt and Pour Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Gumdrop Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Further, the lovely Gumdrop Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is a fantastic cosmetic recipe to create for the sweet holiday of Halloween. This scented soap recipe allows you make fun, brightly colored gum drop soaps that are perfect for the biggest holiday for candy. Of course, this sweet treat soap recipe is scented with our yummy Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has notes of cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, rose, cassis, nutmeg, and woods. These sweet notes blend together perfectly to create an aroma of spiced gumdrops with a yummy twist. These notes give this fragrance an aroma that is hard to resist! This sweet candy bath and beauty recipe allows you to make some fantastic melt and pour soaps for the fun fall season.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Gummy Bear Soap RecipeMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Gummy Bear Soap Recipe

Another delicious candy scented soap that you can create is the Gummy Bear Soap Recipe. This scented soap recipe uses the gummy bear soap mold and fun, bright colors to create a fantastic mp soap recipe. Further, this sweet scented soap has the aroma of our lovely Tropical Blast Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has notes of fresh tropical fruits. This fragrance oil includes notes of pineapples, mango, papaya, coconut, and juicy watermelon, that perfectly scent this soap. So, this fragrance will provide your mp soap with a sweet candy aroma that perfectly pairs with sweet gummy bears. This recipe will provide you with soap bars that smell like delicious, fruit candy and are covered in gummy bears. So, this recipe is perfect to add to your Halloween line of melt and pour soap products.

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Fun Things to do in Autumn

Of course, you can create all kinds of fun fall cosmetic recipes. However, there are many other fun things that you can do this season as well! Other than Trick or Treating and Thanksgiving, there are actually quite a few fun things that you can fill your time with this autumn. You can check out a few haunted houses, carve pumpkins, and wear fun Halloween costumes. Plus, you can make a pumpkin pie or walk through a park to enjoy the splendor of all the falling leaves. Of course, there is so many more ways that you can enjoy the best parts of autumn! If you want to check out even more fun ideas for the fall, then take a look at Odyssey’s article on 21 Things To Do On Fall Break! You are sure to find something fun and absolutely worth doing this autumn!

Melt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Any Remaining QuestionsMelt and Pour Soap Recipes for Fall: Any Remaining Questions

If you have anymore questions about creating these fun bath and body recipes, then you should feel free to reach out to us for answers! Also, you can use this chance to ask questions about any other of our free recipes for mp soap making. Of course, you can ask us at at either the Natures Garden store or on the our telephone help line. Also, you can reach out to us online. An easy way to reach out to us this way is through our social media pages. First, you can find us on Facebook. Additionally, you can reach out to us using the handle @ngscents to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Further, you can use any of these social media platforms to share your own cosmetic creations. We would love to see your own fun fall inspired creations! We hope to hear from you soon on one of our social media platforms. Further, we hope that you have fun with crafting your own bath and body recipes!

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is your responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. Natures Garden cannot offer any advice on where to purchase ingredients that we do not sell.

Sep
12

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?


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What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?

If you are curious about all of the benefits and uses of the poppy seed whole herb, then this is the blog that you will want to read up on! There are an abundance of benefits that the poppy seed can provide for you. So, adding poppy seeds to food is perfect for creating scrumptious food that has some benefits for the body. Further, this cosmetic herb is perfect for creating bath and body recipes that care for the skin. But, what are poppy seeds benefits that you can gain for you and your products?  In this cosmetic blog, you will learn all about the different ways that you can use this herb for all kinds of fantastic recipes.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits? : Growing Conditions

Growing your own poppy flowers will have two main benefits for you. First, you can use these beautiful flower to decorate your flower bed or garden. Second, you can use the poppy seeds for all kinds of homemade recipes. So, you will be sure to love growing these gorgeous poppies right at home!

Before you decide to grow your own poppies, you should learn a bit about  the conditions that these flowers prefer. Poppies like to have full sun as well as a warmer climate. Also, make sure that the soil you plant your poppies in will  drain well. Another thing to remember is that the timing for planting is important. So, you will want to plant your poppy seeds in either the fall or winter. When you plant these seeds is important because most poppy flowers require a period of cold before they can germinate. So, you may not want to start your seedling inside the home. Another reason to avoid starting your plants inside is that poppy flowers won’t transplant well. You will want to  spread the seeds on the surface  of the soil or lightly cover the seeds. If you want to fertilize your plants, then you may want to try a liquid fertilizer that is specialized for these flowers.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Industrial Uses

There are a variety of ways that you can use this wonderful flower herb to create a wide variety of recipes. First of all, you can add this cosmetic herb to any of your bath and body recipes to create some fantastic, skin loving recipes that look fantastic. Also, you can add poppy seeds to delicious bakery foods. Also, there are some medicinal properties that this cosmetic herb can provide. So, let’s get into some of the best ways to use wholesale poppy seeds and their various benefits.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Bath and Body UsesWhat Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Bath and Body Uses

Adding some cosmetic herbs to your homemade bath and body recipes is a perfect way to increase the beneficial properties for your body. This herb has some fantastic properties for both the skin and hair. Plus, cosmetic herbs are perfect for adding some visual interest for your homemade cosmetic products. So, you can create products that are gorgeous and are even more beneficial for the entire body. If you are interested in learning about some of the potential benefits that the poppy seed herb can provide for you  and your products, then check out the benefits of this herb below. Also, we have some ideas for cosmetic recipes that perfectly incorporate poppy seeds to create a fantastic design!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Bath and Body Benefits

Plus, you can use this botanical herb to create all kinds of beneficial beauty care products. First, this wonderful cosmetic herb is perfect for benefiting the skin.  The poppy seeds can be added into your various skin care products to help moisturize and nourish your skin. Additionally, the linolenic acid in this cosmetic herb are extremely useful for dealing with certain skin issues, like eczema, for example. Also, this wholesale product can be useful for creating nourishing lotions and creams that are perfect for dealing with itching or burning sensations. In addition, you can incorporate these wholesale poppy seeds in a body scrub recipe or an exfoliating facial to help scrub away dead skin and grime.

Also, you can use this cosmetic herb to provide benefits for your hair. This wonderful cosmetic herb can be useful for dealing with issues like dandruff or alopecia. Further, this cosmetic herb can be useful for aiding with other hair problems that are due to being malnourished or having an illness. Also, you can create an herbal poppy seed infusion to create hair care products that will care for split ends. So, the properties of these poppy seeds will work with luscious oils and butters to rejuvenate your hair and get back your hair back to a beautiful sheen!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits? : Natures Garden RecipesWhat Are Poppy Seeds Benefits? : Natures Garden Recipes

There are many different Natures Garden recipes that you can create using the Natures Garden cosmetic poppy seeds. One great way to use this cosmetic herb is as a natural exfoliate. We used this lovely herb in exfoliating recipes, like our Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe and Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe. These recipes allow you to exfoliate your dead skin and nourish your body with the luxurious butters and oils. Also, you can use this cosmetic herb for homemade soap making recipes like the Peppered Poppy Seed Cold Process Soap Recipe and Activated Charcoal Soap Recipe. Plus, there are poppy seed soap benefits for your skin that you will be sure to enjoy in your homemade soaps!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits? : Lemon Poppyseed Fragrance Oil

Our delicious Lemon Poppyseed Fragrance Oil is a perfect aroma that you can pair with this cosmetic herb. This scented oil has an  aroma of freshly-baked lemon poppy seed muffins that is just too good to pass up. This aroma begins with  top notes of candied lime savors, lemon syrup, and bergamot extract. Then, the scent continues with notes of poppy seed muffin, brown sugar, and clove bud.  Finally, this delicious bakery scent finishes with base notes of marshmallow fluff, vanilla cake batter, and white musk. So, you can use the scrumptious scent of this fragrance with the whole poppy seeds to create bath and body products that look just like real poppy seed pastries!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Medicinal UsesWhat Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Medicinal Uses

There are quite a few medicinal uses for the poppy seed that you can enjoy. In fact, this botanical herb can be used to create opiods, like codeine and morphine.  Although this herb has the potential to be used to create some prescription medicines, there isn’t enough of the opiates in the cosmetic herb to impair your mental state. The make up of the raw poppy seeds won’t have the same effect as the synthesized drugs. So, poppy seed  muffins or cosmetic bath and body supplies won’t impact your mental state. However, there are some minor benefits that you can have from the raw, whole poppy seeds. You can incorporate this herb into your diet by seasoning foods or topping pastries.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Medicinal Benefits

Poppy seeds can be used to help with restless nights. Some people will use a small amount of this herb to soothe the nerves and tissues in turn helping important organs work properly. So, adding a bit of this herb to your diet can be useful for helping dealing with sleep disorders. Also, you can use this cosmetic herb to help with digestion. Some people say that this herb has enough dietary fiber to reduce constipation and stimulate your digestive track. So, adding some of this herb to your diet may be useful for improving your digestion. Plus, some people have found that you can use this herb to help reduce hypertension and lower pressure. Further, this herb has been found to be useful for lowering bad cholesterol.

Also, poppy seeds contain nutrients that can help promote healthy function in the body. First, the zinc in this herb can help to promote better bone density and bone health. Plus, this poppy seeds contain a good amount of dietary fiber, which can help to reduce issues with constipation. Also, the iron and other nutrients in poppy seed have been found to promote cognitive function. Further, these nourishing properties can decrease your risk of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. This nutrient along with copper are beneficial for promoting healthy blood cells, which can help reduce issues with fatigue, anemia, and increase muscle strength.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Food and BeveragesWhat Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Food and Beverages

Often, poppy seeds are used to flavor various foods. You can find poppy seeds on common foods you eat like muffins, pastries, bread, bagels, and even more!  Also, some will add some whole poppy seeds to the top of salads and other scrumptious dishes. Poppy seeds can either be pressed into an oil for cooking purposes or added to the top of your scrumptious foods. When poppy seeds are added to the top of foods, it is sometimes used as a decorative touch. Many people have said that these poppies have a taste of a nutty flavor. Plus, adding the whole poppy seeds to the top of your pastries can provide a bit of toast or crunch for the food.

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Other UsesWhat Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Other Uses

Not only can you create yummy pastries and top all kinds of delicious foods, but you can create other scrumptious recipes too. One fun recipes that you can try out is a dessert recipe for Poppy Seed Ice Cream from the Washington Post. This ice cream recipe is perfect for anyone looking for a fun, unique dessert recipe. This ice cream has a scrumptious poppy seed taste that is said to pair perfectly with chocolate sauce or an apple dessert. So, use this fantastic recipe and try out this delicious, homemade ice cream idea!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Red Poppy Festival

If you love to admire beautiful poppy flowers, then you may be interested in checking out the Red Poppy Festival in Georgetown, Texas. This festival has music, a parade, crafts, and even more fun stuff! Plus, you can even tour the town where beautiful poppies grow wild all throughout the area and decorate this historic town. So, check out the next Red Poppy Festival to experience all kinds of fun in the name of these beautiful flowers!


What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Reach Out to Us
What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: Reach Out and Talk to Us

We hope that you enjoy all the different ways that you can use this cosmetic herb. If you have any more questions about this herb or any other of our herbs and spices, then feel free to reach out to us! We  at Natures Garden can be found in the store, on the phone, and even online. An easy way for you to reach out to us online is through our social media accounts. One way to find us on social media is on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these platforms to reach out to us, but this is a great place to share your homemade cosmetic creations and ideas. Now, have all kinds of fun creating your homemade crafts and we hope that you reach out to us soon!

What Are Poppy Seeds Benefits?: A Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our cosmetic herbs, like the poppy seeds, for external use only. We do not sell poppy seeds as food items. The information that we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The information we provide has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Also, you should keep all of our herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, special care should be taken by any pregnant and/or lactating women when handling cosmetic herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our cosmetic herbs and all testing is the responsibility of the customer

Jul
27

Beet Root Powder Recipes


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Beet Root Powder RecipesBeet Root Powder Recipes

There are all kinds of Beet Root Powder recipes that you can create using this fantastic Natures Garden wholesale herb. This powdered herb is perfect for including with your soap-making supplies and other bath and body supplies. Not only can this cosmetic ingredient provide you with an array of pretty pink and red hues, but it can be useful for nourishing your skin. The skin loving properties of this cosmetic herb include reducing blemishes, fighting acne, skin-softening, moisturizing, and much more! So, this is a perfect ingredient to add to natural bath and body recipes! If you are interested in creating cosmetic recipes with this herb, then you can check out some of our original bath and body recipes that are perfect for nourishing the skin.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Cosmetic Beet Root Powder

Beet root is a fantastic herb to include in your various bath and body recipes. First, it is a natural colorant that is perfect for creating pretty recipes. Second, this cosmetic herb has a few benefits that can be useful for skin care. This powdered herb is full of nutrients that you can use to moisturize and rejuvenate your skin. Not only does this herb care for the skin, but it will help fight acne and pimple outbreaks. Also, this cosmetic herb can be useful for removing blackheads. Plus, beets can be used to help fight signs premature aging, as it can be used to prevent wrinkles and fine lines. Further, this herb has been known to be useful for reducing dark circles and bringing back a youthful appearance. So, there are many wonderful reasons to include this herb in your bath and body creations. 

If you have anymore questions about this herb, then you may want to check out our Beet Root Powder Class to learn more about beets from their history to their use in herbal cosmetic recipes.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe

First, you can use the beet root herb powdered herb to create our Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe, which can be used to nourish and care for your face. This cosmetic soap recipe is perfect for anyone that is looking for herbal melt and pour soap recipes that care for skin. Due to the benefits of this herb and the cosmetic oils this is a perfect herb soap. If you are looking to create a bath and body recipe that really cares for your skin, then this is a great recipe for you.  These wonderful properties will help nourish your skin while the soap works to gently cleanse your skin and pores.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, we used this fantastic cosmetic herb in our Neapolitan Ice Cream Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. We used this lovely herb to naturally color the strawberry portion of our Neapolitan ice cream scrub! Of course, this layer uses the sweet, true scent of our Fresh Strawberry Fragrance Oil. Further, the lovely strawberry layer is perfectly complemented by the scrumptious Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil scented and Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil scented layers. Plus, this scented scrub recipe includes luscious oils and butters that will work with the beet powder herb to nourish the skin.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe

Also, you can use this wholesale herb to create the Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe. This naturally colored recipe uses beet root herb powder to create a lip care recipe that is light and glides on the lips. You will love the feeling of this lip gloss recipe, as it moisturizes and glistens. Further, this recipe includes mica powder that will add some extra shimmer and shine to your lip gloss. Not only does this free recipe care for your lips, but it is flavored with the scrumptious Juicy Watermelon Flavoring Oil! So, you will enjoy the flavor of your lip balm as well as the moisturizing nourishing properties.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe

The Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe is another bath and body recipe. This wonderful scrub recipe uses luscious butters and oils that are sure to nourish your skin. Plus, the beet root herb provides this product with a gorgeous color as well as beneficial properties for your skin. The properties of this herbal recipe is that it will care for the dry skin and reduce dark spots and blemishes. Further, you can use the delightfully strong and true scent of the Fresh Raspberry Fragrance Oil in your cosmetic recipes. So, this cosmetic sugar scrub recipe is perfect for skin care and providing a beautiful aroma.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Natural Beet Blush RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Natural Beet Blush Recipe

Another way that you can use beet root powder is our Natural Beet Blush Recipe. This simple make up recipe uses wholesale mineral makeup ingredients, like moisturizing vegetable glycerin and our skin loving cosmetic herbs, to create a lovely pink blush. So, the beet root powder can be used in this recipe to provide your checks with a gorgeous blush that you will love. Further, this natural cosmetic recipe includes a light dusting of our cosmetic grade mica powder, which can provide you with the beautiful shimmer. So, you can use this cosmetic herb to create your very own mineral makeup wholesale.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can use this cosmetic herb to create the scrumptious Strawberry Milkshake Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. Not only does the beet root powder care for the skin, but the wholesale oils and butters will help nourish and moisturize the skin. Plus, the white granulated sugar was perfect for exfoliating dead skin and leaving body feeling rejuvenated. Additionally, this wonderful bath and body recipe has the delicious scent of the Strawberry Shake Fragrance Oil. This Natures Garden fragrance oil has a sweet aroma that combines vine ripened strawberries with notes of juicy orange and peach nectar along with green leafy florals and sweet vanilla notes. So, this cosmetic herb is perfect for creating a cosmetic sugar scrub recipe that can be used to moisturize your skin and provide a delicious scent. 

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Black Cherry Bath Bomb RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, we have another lovely bath and body recipe that you can create with this cosmetic herb is the Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe. This bath bomb recipe includes the nutrient rich properties of this cosmetic herb, so you can use this to care for your skin. Plus, the oils and butters in this recipe will further nourish the skin. Not only will your skin benefit from using this cosmetic oil, but this recipe has the bold, fruity scent of Black Cherry Bomb Fragrance Oil. So, this homemade bath bomb would be perfect for soaking in the tub to kick back, relax, and allow this recipe to nourish the skin.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Our adorable Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipeis another fantastic emulsified sugar scrub recipe that you can create with this herb. The beet root powder was perfect for coloring the pink flesh of the watermelon layer. Then, we used another cosmetic herb, the Spinach Leaf Powder, to perfectly color the watermelon rind to be green. These herbs work with the other nourishing ingredients, like oils and butters, to create a recipe that will truly care for your skin. Although there are differently colored layers, each color is scented with the delightful aroma of our Watermelon Fragrance Oil, which is a tasty fruit blend of  melons, peach and strawberry and a touch of vanilla.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Berry Bewitching Bath Brew RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Berry Bewitching Bath Brew Recipe

Also, you can use this herb with many others to create the fantastic Berry Bewitching Bath Brew Recipe. We used the beet root herb to naturally color the bath melt base of this recipe. This herbal colorant provided a natural reddish hue that was perfect for the color scheme! Plus, this recipe is scented with the scrumptious and fruity aroma of the Berry Bewitching Brew Fragrance Oil. Further, the vitamins and minerals in the herb powder are lovely for skin care, as it will leave your skin nourished and moisturized. The benefits of the beet root along with those of the other various herbs in the bath tea are perfect for taking a bath that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and positively glowing!

Rose Violet Bath Melts RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe

Additionally, you can use this natural colorant to recreate the deeply romantic pink hues, like the color of our Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe. These gorgeous bath melts combine a fantastic color with stunning rose petals and a lovely floral fragrance oil to create a fantastic bath recipe. Plus, this beautiful bath and body product uses the light and sweet floral aroma of our NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil. Altogether, the skin loving properties and delightful aroma are able to create an experience of utter bliss and pampering that you can perfectly capture in the bath.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can use this cosmetic herb to create the lovely Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe. This cosmetic recipe includes beet powder to color the lovely sugar scrub recipe. Plus, this herbal recipe uses whole lavender flowers to provide a calming aroma and herbal healing properties. Further, the recipe includes the lavender flowers to complement the wonderful aroma of the Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil, which has a clean scent that blends refreshing floral and fruit perfectly. So, this wholesale cosmetic herb is perfect for skin care and helping to reduce stress.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Candy Cane Facial Mask RecipeBeet Root Powder Recipes: Candy Cane Facial Mask Recipe

Finally, we have our delightful Candy Cane Facial Mask Recipe. This is a herbal cosmetic recipe that uses a variety of all natural ingredients that are natural and perfect for skin care. This wholesale herbal scrub recipe uses a variety of pink herbs, like Beet Root Powder, Rose Clay Powder, and Hibiscus Flowers Powder, to create the pink portion of this sugar scrub recipe. This blend of wholesale herbs is perfect to naturally create a candy cane aesthetic. Not only are these herbs  perfect to add to your bath and body making supplies as an herbal colorant, but they can nourish the skin with these cosmetic herbs. Also, we used the Peppermint Essential Oil to create this scrub recipe to create an authentic candy cane aroma.

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Dessert Recipes

There are so many fun things that you can do with beet root! Not only can you use the powdered herb of beets to create some gorgeous bath and body recipes, but you can create some delicious food, too. In fact, you can even create some delicious dessert recipes with the beet root herb. There are many fantastic dessert recipes that you can make with beets and you can find many of these scrumptious recipes online. An article called Baking With Beets: Five Surprisingly Delicious Recipes from Kitchn has some amazing beet root desserts that you can try out. This article has a variety of absolutely scrumptious and sweet deserts that include beet root, so you are sure to find something delightful to try out!

Beet Root Powder Recipes: Ask Us Your QuestionsBeet Root Powder Recipes: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you have enjoyed these free craft recipes from Natures Garden wholesale! If you have any questions about our wholesale cosmetic recipes or how to use beet root powder, then please feel free to reach out to us! You can ask us questions to us when you stop by the store, call us on the phone, or talk to us online. There are a few places online that you can reach us. First, you can find us on our Facebook page. Plus, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Also, you can share your own homemade creations with us on social media, too. So, we hope to hear from you soon!

Jul
03

Common Cold Process Soap Questions


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Common Cold Process Soap QuestionsCommon Cold Process Soap Questions

We at Natures Garden love to supply our customers with the best soap making ingredients and soap equipment that they need to succeed. But, you can’t utilize these tools if you don’t know how to. So, we want to answer some of the most common cold process soap questions that we get. This way we can help make your soap making experience as fun and exciting as possible!

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Shelf Life of Lye?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Shelf Life of Lye?

The shelf life of lye, sodium hydroxide, when properly stored is one year. After a year it is possible for your lye to work, but you should do a small batch to test whether the lye is still good. If it is actually expired, then it may not come to trace quickly or could separate after it is poured or set up. So, you will be able to notice an obvious difference if you make a small testing batch,

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do I Make My Cold Process Soap Last Longer?

There are a few things that you can change to make your homemade soap last even longer. First, you can use additives, like sodium lactate or stearic acid, to harden the bar. Also, harder oils, like palm oil, can be helpful. Lastly, increasing the cure time, as water evaporates out, and decreasing the time in the shower will create a harder bar.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Is It Possible to Use Baby Oil as One of the Oils in a Soap Recipe?

No, you shouldn’t use baby mineral oil in your soap recipe for two reasons. First, it has already been scented. Second, the mineral oils won’t saponify.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do Your Make Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Do Your Make Cold Process Soap?

If you ever wondered how to make soap from scratch, then this is the answer. Before you begin you will either need to formulate a recipe or choose a recipe already formulated, we suggest using our Beginners Cold Process Soap Recipe if this is your first time. We also recommend reading through our cold process soap making classes, especially the soap making safety class. While there is a little more detail and safety practices to follow, this is the most basic method for soaping. First, you create a lye solution by slowly adding lye to water. In a separate bowl, you will have your weighed and melted oils and butters. You will combine these ingredients at a similar temperature and mix until your batter trace, which is a thicker consistency.  The soap is then poured into a soap mold. Once it has setup, it is removed from the mold and allowed to cure.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Why Are My Citrus Scents So Light in my Cold Process Soap?

Citrus scent oils often have a low flash point, so they are more likely to burn off the fragrance during the saponification process. During this process, the soap will reach very hot temperatures, which are able to burn off certain scents. It is common for citrus scents to be affected by this issue. How can I prevent this? First, make sure that the maximum amount for fragrance has been added. Also, you can anchor the scented oil by using a scent with a that is heavier, like vanilla. Alternatively, some soapers use kaolin clay to enhance the scent, but it can make your soap too slick.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Are Fragrance Oils or Essential Oils Better for Cold Process Soap?

You can use both essential oils and fragrance oils to scent cp soap. However, fragrances tend to hold better and the scent lasts longer. This is because fragrance oils have top, middle, and base notes that will hold up better together. On the other side, some single note oils whether they be essential oils or fragrance oils, are more likely to burn off. So, you will want to test each oil in cold process soap.

 

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can Cold Process Soaps Be Molded into Different Shapes?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can Cold Process Soaps Be Molded into Different Shapes?

Of course! There are many different styles of molds that you can use for soap making. Just don’t forget that this type of soap gets very hot. So, you need to make sure that you either use a silicone soap mold or a very thick plastic mold, like some of our Mold Market Soap Molds. However, plastic embed molds are not thick enough to hold your soap without melting and making a big mess. If you are unsure about a certain mold, it might be best to just save that shape for melt and pour soaps.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: When Can I Cut Cold Process Soap?

Before you can cut your finished soap loaf, you need to wait for a bit. While the exact time varies for each batch depending on size and ingredients, we suggest waiting for 24-48 hours before removing and cutting your nearly finished soaps. However, you can use a gloved hand to check the soap to determine whether the soap is too soft. On the other hand, you don’t want to wait too long or the soap may dry too much and crumble as you cut.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: How Long Does Soap have to Cure?

The exact amount of time your soaps take depends on your recipe that the amount of lye in it. However, most batches take about 2-6 weeks for the soaps to fully cure and be safe to use.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Cold Process Soap Making Recipes?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Cold Process Soap Making Recipes?

Yes, we have all kinds of cold process soap recipes under the Cold Process Soap Recipes parts of the in the Free Recipes and Classes section of the NG site. There are so many options that it can be difficult to choose!

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Kind of Conditions Does CP Soap Need to Cure After it is Removed From Mold?

After your soap has been removed from the mold and sliced into bars, you will need to allow them to cure for a while. First, you will want to make sure that they are in a cool, dry environment. Also, you want to make sure that the bars a few inches apart. This will expose more of the bar to the air, which allows them to dry and set up properly.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Will Make Cold Process Soaps Freeze or Set Up too Soon?

The oils that you use will come into play. Too much of some harder oils and butters can cause the soap to set up faster than others.  Additives can also cause your batter to accelerate.  However, often, this is an issue caused by the fragrance oil. Each fragrance performs differently in cp soap and the ones that cause too much acceleration can lead to seizing, or a sudden setting up, in the soap batter before it has made it to the mold. Further, there are some fragrance oils that will actually slow down the process and give you time to really work on a recipe.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Do You Have Any Tips for Working with Problem Fragrance Oils in Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Do You Have Any Tips for Working with Problem Fragrance Oils in Cold Process Soap?

It’s always a bummer when a scent you enjoy is a “problem fragrance oil”, but there are some things that will allow you to work with this fragrance oil anyway. First, we have the issue of acceleration. While we can’t fix the fragrance, we can cool our oils and lye water to room temperature before we start the saponification process. The cooler temperature takes longer to get to trace, which will help balance the acceleration from the fragrance oil. Also, you can formulate a soap recipe with oils that will slow trace, like sunflower oil. Although these two tricks can be used to slow an accelerated trace, it can’t stop a soap from seizing.

Second, we have the issue of separation. Sometimes a fragrance that separates from the mixture can be stick blended back in with enough effort. Also, it is possible for the scent to reabsorb during the curing process. You just need to keep an eye on these to determine whether the fragrance is worth using in cp soaps. Third, we have the issue of ricing, which is when little chunks form in your batch. While this can’t be prevented, it can be stick blended until the ricing is smoothed out. However, this only works in some cases.

Finally, some fragrance oils can cause your soap to discolor. Some scents can’t be prevented, but there are some cases when a soap additives can do the trick. If the description of your scent says it contains vanillin, it will discolor your soap to a shade of brown. However, you can use Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help lessen any discoloration due to vanillin. Other kinds of discoloration will just have to be included into the soap design.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Best Way to Clean Up Cold Process Soap?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What is the Best Way to Clean Up Cold Process Soap?

After you pour your batch into the soap mold, you may realize that you have a mess on your hands. Whether you spilled a few drops, made a complete mess, or only have the bowls to wash out, you are going to need to know how to safely clean up your lye mixtures. Before you get started, it is extremely important to have something on hand to neutralize the soap batter. So, you will need vinegar, which we prefer to have in a spray bottle to make it easy to apply in case of skin contact. After all the batter on the counter and soap equipment has been neutralized, you can begin cleaning with soapy water, we use dawn dish soap, to clean everything up again.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Is it Okay to Use My Soaping Bowls and Utensils for Cooking After Using it for CP Soapmaking If I Prewash It and Then Run It Through the Dishwasher?

No, it is very unsafe to use your soap making equipment in the kitchen. After you’ve used a bowl, mold, or other utensil for soaping you should never use it for anything other than soapmaking. Lye is very reactive and has the potential to do some serious harm after ingestion. So, it is a horrible idea to put this soaping equipment in contact with food or cooking utensils.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Would Cause a Batch of Soap to Erupt While in the Soap Mold?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: What Would Cause a Batch of Soap to Erupt While in the Soap Mold?

Natural sugars in soaping ingredients can lead to an eruption, as  the soap gets hotter than it typically does. CP soap can erupt due to improperly  adding things like beer, wine, or milk. First, freezing these ingredients before adding them is helpful. If you are using beer, then make sure that you release all of the carbonation before including it in soap. Also, you will want to boil wine before adding it to your soap.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can I Use Cup Measurements for Soap Making?

For soap making, we would recommend using weighted measurements . Using a scale is much more accurate and will ensure that you have a quality batch of soap. Otherwise, you may accidentally do something to mess up your soaps. For example, you could add to little oils and create a lye heavy batch.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can You Make Good Quality Soap Using the Cold Process Soap Method Without Palm Oil?Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Can You Make Good Quality Soap Using the Cold Process Soap Method Without Palm Oil?

Absolutely. One of the best parts about making cp soap is that you can include whatever oils and butters you want. You can use SoapCalc to combine your favorite soaping ingredients in a perfect batch of soap! If you would rather follow a recipe that we have formulated, Natures Garden has a few recipes under Free Recipes and Classes that are made without palm oil. For example, there is  our Calendula Sunshine Cold Process Soap Recipe and our Argan Soap Recipe.

Common Cold Process Soap Questions: Reach Out to UsCommon Cold Process Soap Questions: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you learned something useful for making cold process soap in this blog. If you have any further questions, you can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, or online. If you want to reach out to us online, then try out social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Have fun soapmaking!

Jun
28

Common Hot Process Soap Questions


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Common Hot Process Soap QuestionsCommon Hot Process Soap Questions

Although hot process soap recipes have some things in common with the cold process soap recipes, there are a few new steps that can be confusing. So, we at Natures Garden felt it would be useful to answer some common hot process soap questions that our customers have asked us. This way we can equip you with all the soap making supplies and information that you need to make all kinds of wonderful homemade soaps!

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: What are the Hot Process Stages?

First, melt your oils and butters in a crock pot. Then, create your lye solution and add it to your crock pot. Use a stick blend to mix to trace and cover the crock pot. After about 15 minutes, stir the batter and replace the lip. Continue to stir every 15 minutes until the soap batter has the consistency of mashed potatoes. Then, place the soap in a mold and allow it to set up for 24 hours. After, remove from mold, cut, and allow it to cure for about 1-2 weeks. Although the bar may technically be safe to use, allowing it to cure will provide a harder, better quality bar of soap.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Can I Use the Pan or Crockpot I Used for Soapmaking for Food?Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Can I Use the Pan or Crockpot I Used for Soapmaking for Food?

No, you should never return your soaping equipment to the kitchen. So, make sure that you use a pan or crock pot that you aren’t overly fond of for your hot process soap recipes. Hopefully, you can find a pan or crock pot that is cheap or old to use for soap. Once anything in your kitchen is used for soapmaking, it should be moved into your soap making supplies permanently.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Do I Have to Use a Crock Pot for Hot Process Soap?

No, you don’t have to use a crock pot to be successful in making hot process soap. Many people like to use an old crock pot, but if you aren’t able to dedicate one to soap making it is okay to use something different. In fact, you can use a stove top and it works just as well. Honestly, your hot process soap will work just fine as long as your soap has a constant heat source.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: What Are The Hot Process Soap Benefits?

Since hot process soap has some similar steps to cold process soap, hp soap has many of the same benefits. Of course, for both methods, you can control all of the ingredients to avoid ingredient that may trigger allergies or irritate skin conditions. But, the biggest thing that sets the hp soap making method apart from the cold process soap is the cure time. Since hot process soap uses a heat source, like a crock pot or pan, that keeps the soap batter at higher temperatures. These higher temperatures will speed up the saponification process. So, your hot process soaps won’t need to cure as long as they would if they were made using the cp soap method.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Hot Process Soap Recipes?

Natures Garden offers a few different recipes for hot process soap that you can choose between. We have regular hp soap recipes, laundry soap recipes, and even a beard soap recipe. So, there are a lot of fun ideas for making hot process soaps! You can find all of our recipes under Hot Process Soap Recipes on the Free Recipes and Classes page.

 

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: When Do I Color Hot Process Soap?Common Hot Process Soap Questions: When Do I Color Hot Process Soap?

You will want to add your soap colorant after the batch is done cooking. So, mix in the coloring once the soap is a mashed potato consistency. Also, you can still do multiple colors with this method. Just split your cooked soap into different bowls and mix in color to each. Once the soap is colored, you can add more ingredients or scoop the soap to the mold.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: When Do I Add Fragrance to Hot Process Soap?

Again, you will want to add your fragrance oil after the soap has fully cooked and before you stick the soap in the mold. So, you can add your scent right after you add your colorant.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: How Long Do I Need to Cook Hot Process Soap?

The cooking time can vary depending on both the individual hot process soap recipe and the soaping ingredients used. Also, the crock pot or pan that you are using can affect the time, too. Some cases take about an hour and other instances may take a few hours. However, you can tell that your soap is done based on consistency. As your soap heats it will begin to get thicker, which you will notice as you are periodically checking the batter. At one point the soap batter will go through a gel phase, which gives a gel-like appearance. Right after this, the soap will get a mashed potato consistency. At this point, you are ready to scoop the soap into your soap mold.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why is My Hot Process Soap Changing Color?Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why is My Hot Process Soap Changing Color?

There are a few reasons why a soap would discolor. Most often, this kind of change is due to the vanillin content in a fragrance oil. This ingredient is what gives scented oils its vanilla notes. So, this type of discoloration can be minimized by using vanilla white color stabilizer. basically, all of the brown discoloration caused by vanillin and oxidation. Vanilla White Color Stabilizer will slow the oxidation of vanillin. However, there are many other ingredients in fragrance oils that can cause discoloration that we can’t reduce or control. This means that it is possible that this additive won’t solve discoloration if the vanillin content isn’t very high. You can find out whether a fragrance discolors and if its maintainable by looking in the description for that scented oil. Another reason that your soaps could change color is herbs, which can oxide over time. This will fade the initial color of the herb and likely become a dull color or change color.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why Is My Hot Process Soap Separating In My Mold?

If your hp soap is separating in the soap mold, then it is a sign that the soap needed to cook longer. No need to rebatch. All you have to do is scoop the soap back into the crock pot or the pan and cook for a bit longer. It could also be caused by a recipe that wasn’t formulated properly or was not weighed out properly.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: How Long Do You Have to Wait to Use Hot Process Soap?

While hot process soap shortens the cure time, you still have a bit of waiting left to do. You will want to let your soap bars set for about 1-2 weeks, depending on your batch this could vary.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why Is My Hot Process Soap Cracking?

Overheating can cause your hot process soap to crack in some places or develop strange patterns. Occasionally, it will just be a simple crack in the soap and other times you can end up with soap with peaks and craters. Sometimes soap can even get an appearance referred to as alien brains, which is kind of looks like a brain pattern.  Also, certain ingredients can lead to an increase in heating, like additives with natural sugars. So, you are more likely to overheat with milk, wine, honey, or fruit and veggie purees. Not only can these ingredients heat you soap, but they have the potential to cause a volcano effect in your soap. So, be sure to use caution for those ingredients with sugars.  

 

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Any Hot Process Soap Recipes with Shea Butter?Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Does Natures Garden Offer Any Hot Process Soap Recipes with Shea Butter?

Yes, we do! We have quite a few free soap recipes for hot process soap, which includes the Beard Soap Recipe, the Game On HP Soap Recipe, and the Apricotie Hottie Soap Recipe. If you would like to see more of these types of soap-making recipes, then you can check out our Free Recipes and Classes page under the Hot Process Soap Recipes section.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why is My Hot Process Soap Hard and Crumbly?

If you have soap that is too hard and crumbly, then stick around to learn about why your hot process soap would be this way and how you can fix it. Also, anyone that wants to learn how to make their hot process soap more fluid may want to start here. First, your soap batter could be over cooked, which makes the soap dry and hard. Alternatively, the recipe could contain too many hard oils, which could be saved by re-batching with more soft oils. Or, it could be that you didn’t add enough water. Also, it could be that an ingredient was forgotten or the recipe wasn’t formulated correctly. Another possibility is that there is too much of a soap additive, like sodium lactate, that increased the hardness too much. Often, you can simply fix the mistake and rebatch your soap.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: How Do I Rebatch Hot Process Soap?

Have you ever wondered can you melt a bar of soap and remold? It can be tempting to just scrap a failed batch of soap and start over. If you feel the same, then you will definitely want to hear about rebatching soap. Whether you forgot an ingredient, a hot process soap rebatch is a great idea for you to try. Plus, rebatching your old soap is a fairly simple process. First, grate your old soap and put these pieces in a crock pot. Then, you will need to melt this down with water and whatever you wanted to include in these soaps. If you want a more detailed set of instructions, then you can look at a previous blog on How to Rebatch soap.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why Is My Hot Process Soap Soft and Crumbly?

Also, there are a few reasons why your soap could turn out soft and crumbly. One reason could be that you have too many soft oils and need more hard oils added to the recipe. Also, it could be an issue of not having enough lye for the amount of liquid added. So, it is possible that you may need to formulate the recipe again, which can be made easier with the help of SoapCalc. If your recipe is fine, then you may just need to cook your soap a bit longer. Another option is that you could’ve accidentally added a soap ingredient twice. While you may have a missing ingredient or need to add some different ingredients, it is okay because you should be able to rebatch and save the soap.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Why Is My Hot Process Soap So Soft? I Did Everything Right and It Is Still Soft.

When you first unmold and cut your hp soap, it may be softer than you like. It is common to be a little soft initially for hot process soaps. However, the soap will harden as it cures. Although the soap is safe to use, the bars after about a week, they may still be too soft. For hard soaps, we suggest allowing your soap to cure for 3-4 weeks.

Common Hot Process Soap Questions: Just Ask UsCommon Hot Process Soap Questions: Just Ask Us!

We hope that you were able to learn something interesting about hot process soap making! If you have any other questions or concerns about the hp soap-making method, then reach out and ask us. We are available in the Natures Garden store, on the phone, and on social media. You can reach out to us on the NG Facebook page, Twitter (@ngscents), or Instagram (@ngscents). Have fun soaping and we wish you the very best!

Jun
22

What is a Carrier Oil?


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What is a Carrier Oil?What is a Carrier Oil?

What is a Carrier Oil? These are all the natural cosmetic oils that you can use in your homemade recipes. They are perfect for creating homemade soap, crafting a skin-loving lotion recipe, and making many of the other kinds of cosmetic recipes. So, knowing about these oils is important for creating the types of bath and body products that you need!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Making Soap Supplies

If you are looking for a good recipe for making soap, then it is going to have some carrier oils in it. Anyone making soap from scratch knows that the carrier oils you choose can influence the quality of your bars. So, these ingredients are essential for cold process soap recipes. You can see specifics on how each oil affects the soap on our Soaping Oil Properties. Even melt and pour soap recipes can benefit by adding some carrier oils to the soap base, which is often done to make the bar more conditioning to the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lotion Making

Also, our bulk carrier oils can be used to create an amazing homemade lotion recipe. These are the oils that we include to nourish and moisturize your skin. In fact, the oils are what do the majority of the skin care in lotions. While you can use butters along with your oils, they can lead to a thicker cream or even a body butter. So, lighter lotions need key carrier oils to perform effectively!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Using Essential Oils

Although essential oils are natural, they aren’t safe to put directly on your skin. Plus, adding a carrier oil will help hold on to the aroma longer than on its own. So, it is actually beneficial for your scent to mix an essential oil with a carrier oil before applying. One of the best carrier oils for essential oils would have to be Sweet Almond Oil or Argan Oil.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier OilsWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier Oils

There are many different kinds of carrier oils that you can mix together for your recipes. Depending on your skin type or level of dryness, you may want to have lighter or heavier oils. Also, some oils are better for face lotions or for foot care. So, the blend of carrier oils that you want varies based on your product and its purpose.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel Oil

First, we have Apricot Kernel Oil, an oil that is light and excellent for skin care. While this oil is light enough to not block pores, it is conditioning enough to be a luxurious oil for cp soap. It’s great for making lotions that don’t leave a greasy feeling and skin into the skin. Also, its perfect in soap because the oil will sink into the skin quickly to fully moisturize the skin. We’ve used this wonderful oil in many bath and body recipes, including the Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe and the Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Argan OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Argan Oil

Next, we have an oil that is amazing for skin care. Argan Oil is easily absorbed into the skin and won’t leave a greasy feeling on your skin. Plus, this cosmetic oil allows your skin to breathe and doesn’t block pores. In fact, this ingredient is used in many acne-fighting recipes. We included this oil in a few cosmetic recipes, like the Argan Soap Recipe and the Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe. In our cp soap recipe, this oil increased the lather and nourished the skin beautifully.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado Oil

Also, adding Avocado Oil to your homemade recipes is a perfect way to increase the moisturizing ability of your product. This cosmetic ingredient is a heavy oil that is perfect for providing dry, damaged skin with the nourishment it deserves. Plus, the high level of unsaponifiable fatty acids and high vitamin content make this skin-sensitive oil great for adding some extra conditioning power to your soap bars, which you can see in the Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Castor OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Castor Oil

Another great oil for your homemade cosmetic recipes is Castor Oil. Not only is this oil thick and perfect for nourishing dry, damaged skin, but this oil is a humectant. This means that oil will pull moisture to it, which will further moisturize your skin as it absorbs. Perfect for creating lotions for feet, like the Natural Salve Recipe , which are often one of the most damaged areas of skin. While this oil would provide some conditioning properties and a rich, creamy lather, it can make your soap sticky. So, avoid adding too much of this oil in your cp soap formulations. By limiting the amount of Castor Oil, we were able use the beneficial properties without as many drawbacks, like with our St Pattys Day Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as many other soaps.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is a great oil for skin that sinks in well and is perfect for scrub recipes like the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe. Also, this sensitive oil is perfect to add to lip balm supplies for making recipes like the Kahlua and Cream Lip Balm Recipe. For soapmaking, this oil provides a hard bar with a bubbly lather that is cleansing. Many find that adding more than 20% of this oil is drying for the skin, so some people may include more conditioning oils to the recipe or even super fat the formula to include more oils.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed Oil

Another fantastic oil for bath and body recipes is Grapeseed Oil. This oil is perfect for cosmetic supplies because it is a lightweight moisturizer that is effective without being too greasy for the skin. So, this oil is perfect for creating lotions sensitive enough for the face, like our Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for soap-making, like our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe. This oil is moisturizing, and even anti-acne, for soap but it doesn’t leave a greasy, heavy oil feeling on the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba Oil

While Jojoba Oil is technically a liquid wax, it is still fantastic for skin care products. This cosmetic ingredient is perfect for everything from lotions like our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe to lip care products like our Green Apple Lip Balm Recipe. In your soap recipes, this cosmetic ingredient is just as conditioning as luxury oils. But, this oil has a longer shelf life.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin Oil

Lanolin Oil is a great cosmetic oil that is wonderful for moisturizing and protecting damaged hair and dry skin. This oil contains very few saponifiables, so it maintains its conditioning properties and provides the bar with a silky feeling. So, we used this wonderful oil in our Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe. Also, you can use lanoin in a solid form, which still absorbs well and is great for protecting damaged skin. This thicker oil has all of the same beneficial properties and can even be used in soaps, like our Beard Soap Recipe.

Raspberry CP Soap Recipe What is a Carrier Oil?: Macadamia Nut Oil

Next, we have Macadamia Nut Oil, which is an oil that is light and perfectly absorbs into the skin. This non-greasy oil is perfect for creating lotions, like our Almond Body Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for adding conditioning properties to your soap and is even great for mature skin types. So, we included this oil in our Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Another great oil that skins into the skin beautifully is Meadowfoam Seed Oil. Not only does this oil work to repair damaged skin, but it has a long shelf life due to its high level of antioxidants. So, it worked wonderfully in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe. Also, this cosmetic oil can be used to superfat soap, reduce rancidity, and increase the fragrance’s lifespan. So, this oil was a great addition to our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Olive Oil

Olive Oil is often a top choice for soapers, because it is very conditioning, helps harden the bar, and creates a mild bar of soap. While some soapmakers may use only olive oil in Castille soap or mostly olive oil in Marseille soap, it makes the bar a bit slimy and barely has a lather. So, many soapers will combine this oil with others to create a great soap recipe, like in our Creamy Cocoa Craziness Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Palm OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Palm Oil

Next, we have another great oil for creating soaps, which is Palm Oil. This soap making ingredient creates a hard, white bar that has a rich, creamy lather. We have used this wonderfully cleansing oil in many recipes, like our Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe and our Beer Cold Process Soap Recipe. 

You may find that your cosmetic oil has solidified, this is because the melt point is slightly above room temperature. Luckily, this is easy to fix. All you have to do is set your bottle in a bowl of warm water until the oil melts again.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil is rich in vitamins and minerals, which provide great properties for the skin. This oil sinks into the skin without leaving oily residue to repair damaged skin. So, it was a perfect addition to our Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran Oil has benefits similar to Olive Oil, so it is conditioning and great for soaps! So, we included this lovely soaping oil in our Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as other great cp soap recipes. Plus, this rich, conditioning bar is perfect for both mature and sensitive skin types.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower Oil

Also, we have a nourishing and skin-loving oil that is perfect for homemade products. Safflower Oil is moisturizing and nourishing for the skin, so we included it in many soap recipes and our own Hair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed Oil

Another great cosmetic oil is Sesame Seed Oil, which is a light cosmetic ingredient full of nutrients for the skin. We include this lovely oil in recipes like our Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe or our Beard Balm Recipe. Also, this oil can be used in cp soap to help slow trace, nourish the skin, and provide a silky lather.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower Oil

Also, Sunflower Oil works well with palm oil and olive oils to provide a rich creamy lather. Plus, this oil is very moisturizing and will provide a silky feel to the soaps. So, this is perfect for adding to our soap recipes and bath products, like our Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond Oil

Lastly, we have a light oil that will perfectly absorb into the skin Sweet Almond Oil. So, it was a great choice for bath and body recipes like Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe or Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. Plus, this oil is perfect for adding some conditioning properties to your soaps.

 

What is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to UsWhat is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to Us

We hope that you were able to find some carrier oils that you enjoy for your bath and body products. Not only are there many to choose from, but there are many combinations that you can try for your recipes. Just start with your favorites and build from there! If you have anymore questions about these oils and how they will work in your recipes, then reach out to us. An easy way to get in contact with us is to reach out on social media. We are on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).

Jun
13

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day


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Fragrance Oils for Independence DayFragrance Oils for Independence Day

We at Natures Garden have the perfect fragrance oils for Independence Day! Of course, we have some truly patriotic scents that are all in celebration of this fine country. Not only do we have traditional American scents, but we have scented oils that were formulated to match the political parties. So, we thought about some of the important overall traits for the Democrats, the Republicans, and the Independents. Then, we ask our perfumist to translate these characteristics into real scents. So, we believe that these political scents are perfect for celebrating how far our country has come and looking forward to will happen next.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance Oil

Of course, a list of patriotic fragrance oils wouldn’t be perfect without the aroma of a freshly baked apple pie! Our Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance Oil is a scrumptious scent that is delicious and true. The scent starts with notes of freshly sliced granny smith apples. This juicy scent is then smothered in butter, cream, and cinnamon. Finally, the aroma finished with the scent of a baked pie crust that is fresh from the oven. Such a delicious and iconic aroma for the 4th of July that is perfect for creating an apple pie scented candle.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Boston Tea Party Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Boston Tea Party Fragrance Oil

It’s important to remember where you came from and how you got there. On December 16, 1773, colonists began throwing shipments of tea into the Boston Harbor to protest the British Government for taxation without representation. This led to the American Revolution and ultimately our independence from Great Britain. So, we decided to create the Boston Tea Party Fragrance Oil to remind us of the important history that led to Independence Day. This wonderful scent starts with freshly brewed tea leaves and juicy lemon. Then, the scent has middle notes of rose hips, chai spice, and jasmine. Finally, the scent finishes with notes of refreshing musk.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Watermelon Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Watermelon Fragrance Oil

Another fantastic fragrance for the upcoming festivities for the Fourth of July is our Watermelon Fragrance Oil. This juicy fruit aroma is beloved by many and for good reason! The fruit is a tasty treat that is sweet relief from summer heat, as it is just so delicious and refreshing. So, this scent would be a great aroma for your summer line. Our watermelon inspired scent has a light blend of fruity melon, peach, and strawberry along with a touch of vanilla fragrance that really enhance the true scent.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub RecipeFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, we included this fragrance oil in our Watermelon Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe, which uses natural colors to create a scrub that looks just like a watermelon! Plus, this recipe is full of oils that are perfect for moisturizing your skin. This is such a wonderful scrub recipe for summertime skin care!

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Pink Watermelon Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Pink Watermelon Fragrance Oil

If you like the watermelon scented oil and are looking for something a bit more feminine, then this scent is perfect for you! Our Pink Watermelon Fragrance Oil has the aroma of a freshly cut watermelon with a unique, feminine twist. The scent begins with scrumptious fruity notes of strawberry and watermelon. These notes are followed by scents of jasmine, rose, and green notes. This is all sitting on base notes of cassis, oakmoss, white woods, and vanilla that perfectly complete this complex aroma. This scented oil is a perfect blend of refreshing fruit and gorgeous florals that create a wonderfully feminine fragrance for summer.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Pink Watermelon Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Pink Watermelon Fragrance Oil

Also, we included this gorgeous aroma in our homemade Watermelon Soap Recipe. This scented soap recipe uses melt and pour soap base to create soaps that look just like slices of watermelon!

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Independent Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Independent Fragrance Oil

We believe that the aroma of our Independent Fragrance Oil truly captures the essence of Independent voters in America. These are people that are for free-thinking and are definitely self-reliant individuals that have a desire to preserve the quality of our environment. Provided with these characteristics, our perfumist created a marvelous aroma that unique and refreshing. This scent begins with crisp citrus notes of fresh orange, lime, and lemon. Then, middle notes of tulip and daffodil give a refreshing breath of flowers to the scent. This is followed with a base of musky notes that perfectly round out the notes in this original fragrance oil by Natures Garden.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Republican Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Republican Fragrance Oil

Next, we used some similar personality traits of Republicans to capture the essence of these Americans in our Republican Fragrance Oil. We can see that this party stands for strong, conservative values, a deep love of this country, and a healthy family unit. So, we asked our perfumist to create a scent based on these traits and they provided us with a gorgeous and down-to-earth aroma, This scent starts with well-grounded, earthy tones of bright citrus top notes of tangerine, grapefruit, lemon, and orange. Then, the scent indulges in lovely notes of lily of the valley, rose, and apple blossoms. Finally, the scent uses the aromas of fresh sage and McIntosh apple to create an unforgettable fragrance that is strong and grounded.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Democrat Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Democrat Fragrance Oil

Also, we have the perfect scent for the Democratic party. Our Democrat Fragrance Oil is based on some of the traits of the American people that make up this political party. So, this fragrance oil is based on individuals that have a free spirit. They have a general love for mankind as well as the environment, as there is a desire to conserve and protect. These traits were brought to our perfumist to create an exciting and unique fragrance oil. This aroma has uplifting top notes of grapefruit, tangerine, orange that flow perfectly into the middle aroma of persimmon. Finally, the scent is rounded out with refreshing scents of clover, ivy, and aloe that create an enlightened aroma that is attuned to both the senses and nature.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Democratic Candle RecipeFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Democratic Candle Recipe

We’ve been inspired by the upstanding aroma of the Democratic Fragrance Oil to create a patriotic scented candle. So, we used this aroma in the Democratic Candle Recipe. Further, we used pillar of bliss wax to create patriotic red and white stripes and beeswax to create a lovely wax embed star.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Madam President Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Madam President Fragrance Oil

Amazing things can begin to grow out of positive thinking, so we at Natures Garden have decided to envision what they expect our first female president to be. Then, they captured their vision in a fragrance oil to live on and inspire. This wonderful aroma is based on the determination, innovation, confidence, and enthusiasm of a woman courageous and passionate enough to become our leader.

These characteristics shine through in the aroma of our Madam President Fragrance Oil. This fragrance combines fresh citrus notes full of charisma and charm. These notes are balanced by lovely feminine florals of jasmine, white rose, and freesia. Then, the brilliant musks and ozonic notes that are backed by a respected and humble hint of sweet vanilla. Finally, the scent ends with a kind hearted, warm amber base that is at the center of this aroma. Such an inspiring scent that is full of integrity and truth.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Money Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Money Fragrance Oil

Money makes the world go ’round. Plus, it smells pretty great too. For Money Fragrance Oil, we wanted to recreate the aroma of fresh, new money. Surprisingly, it was actually really hard to get a hold of money that still had the perfect aroma of freshly printed money. You can smell the cotton as well as the fresh ink top notes. It is a fun and unique scent that is perfect for creating homemade bath and body products or even scented candles.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Blueberry Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Blueberry Fragrance Oil

Another great scent that you can include in your Independence Day crafts is the Blueberry Fragrance Oil. You can often find blueberries at a Fourth of July party due to their rich, blue color. Not only are they pretty, but they are delicious berries that are perfect for a summer. This fragrance is a true fruit scent of a pure blueberry. This scent is perfect is it can be used alone or mixed with other scents.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Fourth of July Triple Layer Candle Recipe Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Fourth of July Triple Layer Candle Recipe

We used this sweet berry scent along with vanilla and apple fragrances to create the Fourth of July Triple Layer Candle Recipe. This candle recipe is both simple and adorable. Plus, it reminds me of those red white and blue Popsicles that look like firecrackers!

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Apple Butter Pie Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil

The Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil captures the scrumptious aroma of down home southern baking. You will have a hard time passing up on an apple pie scent this true and delicious. We took a family favorite recipe and created a scent that is just as wonderful. This fragrance has top notes of fresh, tart apples. Then, the aroma blends in middle notes of evaporated milk, cinnamon, and clove. The base of this yummy pie scent are notes of churned butter and pie crust that perfectly complete this fragrance. Not only is this scent good enough to make your mouth water, but the aroma is perfect for creating scented soaps and candles.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Denim Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Denim Fragrance Oil

Our Denim Fragrance Oil was designed to capture the essences of the everyday American. Further, we wanted a scent that stood for hard work, integrity, determination, morality, and standing together. This aroma is a blend of lemon, lime, cyclamen, and water lily with a fresh breeze of soft woods, sweet amber, and sheer musk.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version)Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version)

Our last apple pie fragrance oil is the same apple pie scent that we used in the very beginning. Since we first started creating homemade scented candles, we’ve been using this fantastic candle fragrance. While we adapted this aroma to be more body safe in our Hot Baked Apple Pie Scent, we couldn’t give up this amazing fragrance! The Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version) has more of a cinnamon “kick” that is unforgettable in this apple pie fragrance oil. So, this fragrance oil is perfect for creating traditional patriotic scented candles.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Independence Day Candle RecipeFragrance Oils for Independence Day: Independence Day Candle Recipe

Our traditional apple pie aroma is fantastic for creating homemade candles. It is a strong bakery scent that has been impossible to replace. We used this aroma is our Independence Day Candle Recipe to create candles that are perfect for celebrating the stars and stripes.

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day:  Crafts for Independence Day

Fireworks aren’t the only way to celebrate the 4th of July! There are many more fun ideas for you to try, too. My favorites are the Confetti Popper and the Independence Day themed treats. If you want to see some of these fun ideas, check out Crafts by Parents for great ideas for this holiday. Whether you have a barbecue, see a parade, create some patriotic crafts, or see some fireworks. you are sure to have a wonderful holiday with the freedom to celebrate however you want!

Fragrance Oils for Independence Day: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed these fragrance oils for fourth of July! We would love to hear about your favorite scents and any festive recipes you are making for the upcoming celebration. If you have any questions or comments about making your scented crafts, then reach out to us. You can find us at the Natures Garden store by stopping by or giving the store a call. Also, you can easily find us on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents, and Intsagram (@ngscents). Best of luck with your homemade soaps and candles and we hope you Happy Fourth of July!

Jun
12

Independence Day Soap Recipe


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Independence Day Soap RecipeIndependence Day Soap Recipe

If you are looking for festive and patriotic melt and pour soap recipes, then you may want to try Natures Garden’s Independence Day Soap Recipe. This free soap recipe give you step by step instructions on how to create this unique soap. Plus, we have available many of the soap-making supplies and ingredients that you need to make this soap recipe! So, get started on of the best melt and pour soap making recipes and get ready for some more fun this Fourth of July!

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap
Independent Fragrance Oil
Epsom Salt
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant
Whipped Soap Base
Square Loaf Mold
Embed Mold- Stars
Vegetable Glycerin
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
8 oz. Clear Bullet Bottle
24/410 White Fine Mist Sprayer

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Other Needed Equipment

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Rubbing Alcohol
Hand Mixer
Knife
Cutting Board
Microwave
Scale
Cookie Sheet
Wax Paper

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Clean and Prepare

Before you begin creating your melt and pour soap recipe, you should make sure that your equipment and work area are ready to use. So, clean off a surface to work on and make sure you have a clean microwave available. Then, gather your equipment and supplies to ensure that you have everything you’ll need. Also, you will want to make sure that your equipment has been cleaned and is ready to use. This will make sure that your crafting goes as smoothly as possible, which will make it more fun, too!

 Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weights for First Layer

285 grams Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap
12 grams Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing a White LayerIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing a White Layer

First, you are going to be creating the white layer for your soaps. So, weigh out 285 grams of the Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base and melt it. Make sure to use thirty second intervals in the microwave. Once your soap is liquid, you can add in 12 grams of the Independence Fragrance Oil. Stir the mixture well to incorporate the scent fully into the soap base.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Pouring the White Layer

Next, you are going to pour the scented soap into your soap mold. Once all of this mixture has been added to your square loaf mold, you will need to release any trapped air bubbles. So, take your bottle of rubbing alcohol and lightly spray the top of this layer. Make sure that you allow this layer to completely set up before moving on to the next step. Otherwise, you may pour your soap too soon and cause the color of your layers to mix.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for Second Layer

285 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
12 grams Independent Fragrance Oil
3 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing a Red LayerIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing a Red Layer

Now, you are going to be creating the first red layer for your soap recipe. So, weigh 285 grams of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap and melt it in a microwave. Remember to use thirty second intervals to avoid burning. After your soap has melted, add in 12 grams of our Independent Fragrance Oil and 3 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant. Once everything has been mixed well you’re ready for the next step.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Pouring the Second LayerIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Pouring the Second Layer

Now, you are ready to pour your red layer. Start by lightly spraying the top of your previous layer with rubbing alcohol to make sure these layers stick together well. Then, carefully pour your mixture into the mold. After, spray the top of this layer with rubbing alcohol to release any trapped air bubbles. Make sure that your soap sets up completely before you move on to your next step.

 Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for the Third Layer

285 grams Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap
12 grams Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating and Pouring the Third LayerIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Creating and Pouring the Third Layer

Next, you are going to be creating another white layer for your melt and pour soap. So, melt another 285 grams Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap. Then, add 12 grams of the Independent Fragrance Oil to the mp soap. Once everything is mixed, you are ready to add this layer to your soap mold. So, lightly spray the top of your previous layer with rubbing alcohol. After you carefully pour your entire mixture into the mold, lightly spray the top with rubbing alcohol to release air bubbles. Make sure to wait until this layer has completely hardened before moving on to the next layer.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for Fourth Layer

285 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
3 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
12 grams Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating and Pouring the Fourth LayerIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Creating and Pouring the Fourth Layer

Now, you are going to create the second red layer. So, measure and melt 285 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap. Then, add in 3 drops of Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant and 12 grams of the fragrance oil. After everything is mixed, spray the top of the previous soap layer and carefully pour this layer into the mold. Then, spray with rubbing alcohol to remove air bubbles. While you are waiting for this layer is set up, you can move on to preparing the embed soaps and Epsom salt.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for the Blue Sprinkles

 20 grams Epsom Salt
3 drops Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant
1 gram Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Coloring the Epsom SaltIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Coloring the Epsom Salt

Next, you are going to prepare the Epsom salt. So, weigh out 20 grams of Epsom salt and add it to a Ziplock bag. Also, add 3 drops of Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant and 1 gram of Independent Fragrance Oil to the bag. Now, seal the bag and mix everything together until you have a vibrant blue colored salt.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for the Red Sprinkles

 20 grams Epsom Salt
3 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
1 gram Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Coloring the Red Sprinkles Independence Day Soap Recipe: Coloring the Red Sprinkles

This process will be almost exactly the same as the blue sprinkles, but this one uses 3 drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant instead of the blue soap colorant. So, combine the Epsom salt, soap colorant, and fragrance in a ziplock bag. Just like before, you will need to mix everything in the bag to incorporate the color and scent oil. Once you are done, you will have both the red and blue colored salt to sprinkle on your soaps! Since we don’t have the topping on yet, you can just set both colors aside to use later.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for the Red Star Embeds

40 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
1 drop Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
2 grams Independent Fragrance Oil

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Red Soap EmbedsIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Red Soap Embeds

Next, we are going to prepare our star embeds for the top of our melt and pour soap. Weigh and melt 40 grams of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap. Then, add in a drop of Tomato Red Soap Colorant and 2 grams of fragrance. Mix well and pour this soap into the star shaped embed mold. Make sure to spray the top with rubbing alcohol to release air bubbles. While you are waiting for these soaps to completely set up before removing them, you can move on to the next step.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for the Blue Curls

70 grams Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap
3 grams Independent Fragrance Oil
3 grams Vegetable Glycerin
2 drops Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing the Blue Curls

Before creating the soap, you will want to line a cookie sheet with wax paper. Then, you can melt 70 grams of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap in the microwave using thirty second intervals. Afterward, add 3 grams of your fragrance oil and 2 drops of the Ultramarine Blue FUN Soap Colorant. Also, add 3 grams of Vegetable Glycerin to make the soap more flexible. Once you stir in blend everything together, pour the soap onto the cookie sheet. Allow the soap to completely set up before trying to cut out strips.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Blue Curls

Now, you are going to use a knife to cut strips out of the soap. You want strips that are about a quarter inch wide and approximately four or five inches long. Once your strip is cut, wind them into a spring-like shape.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for Whipped Soap Topping

150 grams Whipped Soap Base
150 grams Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base
15 grams Independent Fragrance Oil
15 grams Vegetable Glycerin

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Whipped Soap ToppingIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Whipped Soap Topping

Since your fourth layer should be set up by now, you are ready to create your whipped soap topping. So, weigh out 150 grams of Whipped Soap Base, 15 grams of Independent Fragrance Oil, and 15 grams of Vegetable Glycerin. Next, whip these ingredients together using a hand mixer. Once you reach a whipped cream consistency, then you can set this mixture aside momentarily.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Adding the Melt and Pour SoapIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Adding the Melt and Pour Soap

Now, you are going to need to prepare the melt and pour soap for your whipped topping. Weigh out 150 grams of the Soya Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base in a separate bowl. Then, melt the soap in the microwave using thirty second intervals. Once your soap is melted you are going to add it to your whipped soap mixture. But, make sure you are ready to move quickly after this point. After adding the mp soap, use your hand mixer to get the mixture to a frosting consistency.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Adding the Whipped Soap Topping

Finally, you are ready to add your whipped topping to your soap loaf. First, lightly spray the top of your layered soap with rubbing alcohol. Then, you can begin to add your whipped soap topping to your soap. Make sure to move quickly enough that your soap doesn’t set up before it is added to the top. Once the top of your soap is covered, you are ready to decorate!

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Decorating the Top of Your SoapIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Decorating the Top of Your Soap

Lastly, you are ready to decorate the top of your soap. You will want to sprinkle both your red and blue Epsom salt sprinkles over the top of your soap. Also, add your embed starts and blue curls. We chose to add two blue curls on either side of each red star, but you can decorate them in a different way if you’d like. After you have your soap decorated and the whipped topping has set up, you can remove your soap from the mold and begin cutting it into bars.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: More Fun for Independence Day

If you are looking for even more fun ideas for Independence Day, then check out this No-Bake Cheesecake Flag Cake on Allrecipes. This delicious dessert is perfect for a July Fourth cook out or even just to celebrate at home. The scrumptious cheesecake is topped with berries that make it look just like an American flag! So, this is a recipe that is perfect for such a patriotic holiday.

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Ask Us AnythingIndependence Day Soap Recipe: Ask Us Anything

Hope that you enjoyed this melt & pour soap recipe. If you have any questions about this soap recipe or other creations, then ask just ask us. You can find us at the NG store, on the phone, or online. If you’d like to talk to us online, we would recommend finding us on social media, as it is fast and easy! You can find us on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents). Hope you have a wonderful Fourth of July. Have some fun and be safe!

Jun
08

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes


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Cocoa Butter Soap RecipesCocoa Butter Soap Recipes

If you are wondering how to make homemade soap, then we may want to check out our cocoa butter soap recipes. These easy homemade soap recipes all use our Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap base and have detail instructions on how to recreate these soap recipes. Also, these recipes are perfect for any of our customers that are just looking for some inspiration. These inventive recipes are sure to get your creative juices flowing and ready for soap-making. Plus, we have some unique and fun soap recipes that may spark an idea for your own recipes. So, lets get started with these fun recipes for melt and pour soap wholesale.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

First, we have a delicious loaf of soap that looks just like a dessert! So, if you are interested in making soap that both smell and look scrumptious, then this recipe will help you learn how to make dessert soaps. Our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe uses melt and pour soap base and whipped soap base to create a rolled soap loaf that will have your mouth watering. Plus, this recipe includes real cocoa powder in the chocolate layer, which is perfect for adding a natural color that is authentic and this herb enhances the chocolate scent. Another fantastic point is that real chocolate includes cocoa butter and cocoa power, too. So, this loaf of soap will be that much more delicious!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil

Plus, this herb adds to the scent of the Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil, which starts with a rich dark chocolate aroma that intertwines with the freshly ripened raspberry notes for the fragrance signature. Then, the Green tones create a natural appeal for the overall character, while a generous base of velvet musk and sweet vanilla completes this delicious scent. Not only is this scent absolutely scrumptious, but this delightful aroma is a perfect match for our yummy soap recipe. 

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Bath Cookies RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Bath Cookies Recipe

Next, we have a simple and fun bath and body recipe! Anyone that has made Christmas cookies around the holidays will know how much joy they bring. So, we wanted to take this wonderful energy and create the delightful Christmas Bath Cookies Recipe, which is basically a super fizzy bath bomb recipe. Plus, this recipe uses herbs, kaolin clay, and skin-loving oils to create a recipe that will really care for your kin. Plus, you will use your hands to form cookie shapes. This means that you aren’t going to need a soap mold. Then, the melt and pour soap is used to frost the top of this sugar cookie bath product, which you can top with festive sprinkles. Such a simple recipe that is perfect for anyone looking for easy homemade soap recipes!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Cookies Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil

Appropriately, our Christmas cookie bath fizzies were scented with the Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil. In fact, we were inspired by the tasty aroma of this fragrance to create something that was fun and yummy. There’s nothing more fun on Christmas than festive cookies fresh from the oven. Our fragrance captures the essence of this moment with an aroma that smells just like a freshly-baked batch of buttery Christmas Cookies that is decorated with sweet vanilla frosting. It is just such a perfect cookie aroma for this bath recipe!

Pistachio Pudding Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Also, you can use this melt and pour soap base to create some delicious dessert soaps. We used the cocoa butter melt and pour soap along with diamond clear and a whipped soap base to make our Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. We used some melt and pour soap to create layers that perfectly matched a real slice of pistachio pudding!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil

For this super cute recipe we used the delicious scent of Pistachio Pudding Cake Fragrance Oil.  This fragrance has the aroma of pistachio nuts, almonds, sweet honey, heliotrope, and creamy vanilla custard. So, you can have a melt and pour soap recipe that smells and looks just like the real thing!

Cherry Chocolate Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Chocolate Soap Recipe

Next, we have a cherry chocolate soap recipe that is perfect for creating cute little guest soaps that are sure to start a conversation. These soaps are unique and scrumptious. The scent of the strong cherry fragrance mixed with the true chocolate scent of cocoa powder makes for an unforgettable soap that you are sure to love!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Cherry Fragrance Oil

Another reason why this recipe is so delicious is because of the Cherry Fragrance Oil! Anyone that enjoys cherries is going to adore this fragrance, as it has the undeniable aroma fresh tart red cherries. Plus, it is very strong!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Another on of our fun and easy homemade soap recipes is the Swirled Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. If you have ever wanted to swirl melt and pour soap, then you know that it can be hard! While cold process soap can be used to create some gorgeous swirls, melt and pour sometimes blends instead of swirling.

But, have no fear because there is a trick for swirling melt soap that is fairly simple. All you have to do is add cosmetic clay to you soap and they will allow you to create pretty swirled soaps! We included rose clay, which is referred to as pink clay, and kaolin clay because they are both gentle, skin loving clays. Plus, we used Cocoa Powder as a natural colorant and to add to the chocolate scent of the fragrance oil. This is a fun soap recipe to create and you can even use this swirling technique in your other melt and pour soap recipes!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil

Another great scent to add to your soap making supplies is this aroma blend of sweet, juicy strawberry and decadent chocolate. This delicious blend is a great Valentines day scent, but would be perfect for all year round, too. Our Chocolate Covered Strawberries Fragrance Oil has hints of orange liquor that  are used to accent the sweet fruity tones of this luscious dessert scent. Then, the juicy red strawberry scent is blended with a creamy milk chocolate aroma, sweet vanilla creme, and rich maple combine to create a decadent dessert scent.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Next, we have a soap making recipe that would be perfect to use for guest soaps. They are big enough to last a few washes and the batch makes a whole bunch, so you will be all set for hosting! Our Vanilla Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe creates about 24 little bars of soap that will really care for the skin. We included ingredients that are sure to help care for the skin. We added sugar to exfoliate the skin and luscious oil to moisturize, too. Furthermore, the strong aroma of true vanilla powder is perfect for heightening the scent of the fragrance oil.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance Oil

The NG Warm Vanilla & Sugar Type Fragrance Oil is another one of our fabulous fragrance oils! This sweet scent blends perfectly with the aroma of the added vanilla powder as it is a warm aroma of vanilla with a musky background notes. This oil scent is a lovely blend that is simple and sweet.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe

Another great recipe that uses Cocoa Butter Melt and Pour Soap is the Beet Root Facial Soap Recipe. Since this soap base is moisturizing and full of great ingredients, it is safe to use on the face. Another important part about this recipe is that it is unscented, as fragrance oils may lead to break outs on the face. So, this lovely soap recipe is perfect for getting  squeaky clean while caring for you skin.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Next, we have a soap that look like macaroons! These yummy treats come in so many different flavors, so you can mix up the coloring to create the type of macaron soap that you want! Also, you could even add color to the filling if you wanted. So, try out the yummy Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe! For each cookie we used a Mini Sugar Cookie Mold to create two colored cookies and filled them with fluffy whipped soap.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Almond Macaroon Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Almond Macaroon Fragrance Oil

In these bright macaroons we used the Almond Macaroon Fragrance Oil. If you wanted, you could scent each of your differently colored cookies with a different scent. However, we enjoyed this tasty almond cookie scent. The aroma starts with notes of sweet orange and toasted almonds. Next, the scent carries a bakery aroma with warm cookie and toasted nut. Lastly, the base of this scent is a Vanilla bean, which sweetens the cookie tones and finishes the gourmand treat.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Soap Frosting RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Soap Frosting Recipe

Another great way that you can use make and pour soap base is the Soap Frosting Recipe. This fun recipe allows you to create a whipped frosting that can be used for all kinds of dessert recipes. Whether you want to create a soap cupcake, frosted cookie soap, or make a fluffy filling, this recipe is perfect! Plus, you can switch out the cocoa butter soap base with any of your favorite MP soap types.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Buttercream Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Buttercream Fragrance Oil

Since this recipe is used to make a white frosting, we decided to use our Buttercream Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has an aroma that is a sweet, creamy buttercream frosting with a touch of vanilla. While this sweet dessert scent is perfect for creating frosting, you can change the scent to match your own recipes.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies RecipeCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe

This next melt and pour soap recipe reminds me of those yummy cake pops! Moist, fluffy cake surrounded by smooth, rich chocolate all bit sized and on a stick. If you want to learn how to make soap cake pops, then this may be a good recipe to start with! Later, you could use this idea to create all kinds of cute cake pop soaps. So, try out our Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe! We used a silicone soap mold and lollipop sticks to create little soap bars that look just like a bite sized cake. Such a simple recipe that will leave you with some fantastic melt and pour soaps.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance OilCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance Oil

If you love chocolate, then this next soap making fragrance is perfect for you! This is a complex and delicious scent that will having you inspired to create soap beautiful homemade soaps. The Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance Oil is a combination of lemon, orange, bergamot and mandarin top notes. Then, notes of lily of the valley and coriander are added to unmistakable notes of sweet chocolate, which is enveloped in warm vanilla and musk. Such a gorgeously complex chocolate scent oil.

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: What's a Cake PopCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: What’s a Cake Pop

If you have never made or eaten a cake pop, then you may be thinking “What is a Cake Pop?” They are a bit sized cakes that are surrounded by frosting and on a convenient stick. Divas Can Cook has a great recipe for creating Cake Pops. If you are interested, check out their recipe How to Make Cake Pops … Easily!!! There are tips for beginners and a full recipe to create these little cake treats!

Cocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Find Us On Social MediaCocoa Butter Soap Recipes: Find Us On Social Media

You hope that you have found some melt and pour soap recipes that you enjoy! If you have any questions or run into any problems, then you can reach out to use at Natures Garden. Of course, you can always stop in or call the the store during business hours. Additionally, you can reach out to us on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Also, these would be perfect places to share with us your favorite recipes or even your own creations. We hope to hear from you soon!

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Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes


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Our Favorite Bath and Body RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes

There is quite a bit that you have to consider when you come up with a new bath and body recipe. This process includes the type of product, the ingredients, a fragrance oil, and the bath and body packaging. Sometimes it is sure to be overwhelming. So, we at Natures Garden have created all kinds of ideas to get you started and help you along the way. If you are looking for a new idea, then feel free to check out a few of our favorite bath and body recipes

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Melt and Pour Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

If you are looking for a simple and fun way to make soap, then a Melt and Pour Soap Recipe is perfect for you. This an especially great place to start is you don’t know how to make soap. Melt and pour soap allows you to spend more time on the appearance of your soaps, so you can end up with some gorgeous bars. So, here are a few of our favorite melt and pour soap ideas.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

First, we have a delicious soap recipe that is sure to make your mouth water! Our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe is a simple melt and pour soap recipe that is sure to wow. The dark chocolate and raspberry blend in the Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil perfectly matches the beautiful dessert soap.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow MP Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow MP Soap Recipe

Next, we have a soap recipe that uses all the colors of the rainbow to create some amazing bars of soap! The Rainbow MP Soap Recipe has the soft vanilla scent of our Angel Wings Fragrance Oil. Plus, rainbows and clouds are perfect to create a beautiful bar of soap.

 

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bamboo Hemp Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe

The Bamboo Hemp Soap Recipe is a simpler mp recipe that is still beautiful. This recipe uses layered soap and the star anise herb to create a elegant, rustic soap design in each bar. Plus, these bars include the scent of our green, herbal Bamboo Hemp Fragrance Oil

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Cold Process Soap RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Cold Process Soap Recipes

Next, we have our Cold Process Soap Recipes. While this method of soaping is a bit more in depth, it allows you to control all the ingredients that are going into your bars. So, these are great for creating soap that has exactly what you want and leaves out what you don’t. If you are interested, then gather your soap making supplies and check out some great cp soap ideas.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe

Our Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe is a chocolaty soap recipe that is made with amazing ingredients. Not only does this soap include oil and butters that will nourish your skin, but there is real cocoa powder adding to this yummy brownie soap. This true scent blends perfectly with the aroma of ooey gooey brownies from the Hot Fudge Brownies Fragrance Oil.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Blackberry Sage Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe

Another fantastic cold process recipe is the Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe. This soap uses skin-loving oils and butters along with the scrumptious scent of our Blackberry Sage Fragrance Oil. Plus, the soap was designed to perfectly match the beautifully complex aroma of this fragrance.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe

Turn water and wine into soap with our Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe! This fun soap recipe is perfect for anyone that enjoys wine. While this recipe uses skin loving ingredients like many great lotion recipes, it has real wine incorporated into batch. Plus, this recipe goes perfectly with the scent of our Merlot Wine Fragrance Oil!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Balms and Body ButterOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Balms and Body Butter

Also, Balms & Body Butter Recipes are great for skin care! Hydrating your skin is the best thing you can do your it. So, when your skin is dry or damaged you will want to have recipes that are moisturizing enough to really sink in and care for you skin.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe

One of the best lotion recipes is our Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe. Not only is this recipe wonderful for moisturizing the skin, but it smells fantastic! The scent oil for this recipe , Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance Oil, is a sweetly delicious blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hydrating Hand Stick RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe

This next recipe is useful and convenient! Our Hydrating Hand Stick Recipe uses empty chapstick tubes to hold our moisturizing lotion recipe. So, you can easily carry around hand lotion that can be applied anywhere! Plus, you don’t have to worry about any messy cream because this recipe glides right on.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lotion & Cream RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lotion & Cream Recipes

Another great option for skin care are Lotion & Cream Recipes. These are perfect for daily hydration and skin care that will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe

If you enjoy the scent of fresh brewed coffee, then this is a great lotion recipe for you. In fact, our Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe infuses real coffee into the water portion! Plus, the fresh coffee aroma blends with the Fresh Brewed Coffee- WORLDS BEST Fragrance Oil to create an unforgettable scent. So, this scrumptious coffee lotion is perfect for adding some everyday hydration and a yummy aroma.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natural Facial Night Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe

Further, you can use the Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe to care for some of the most sensitive skin. Even though you can’t put just any lotion on your face, you don’t want  to forget to care for your facial skin! Since we would never use fragrance oils on the face, we decided to incorporate real Calendula flowers to offer a light aroma. So, this light and gentle recipe is perfect for moisturizing your skin without blocking your pores.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Bomb RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Bomb Recipes

Another fun idea for bath and body recipes are bath bombs. Our Bath Bomb Recipes are fun. fizzy, and smell delicious. So, they are perfect for taking a nice, relaxing bath experience that is perfect for unwinding after a long day.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe

One gorgeous bath bomb recipe idea is our Rainbow Sherbet Bath Fizzies Recipe. Firstly, this cute recipe uses an ice cream scooper to make little bath fizzie ice cream scoops! Not only are these bath bombs cute, but they have the scent of our Rainbow Sherbet Fragrance Oil. So, your fizzy bath bomb recipe is sure to be absolutely adorable all across the board!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe

Another great choice for the bath is the Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe. This relaxing bath and body recipe uses herbs and oils that will nourish and soften your skin. Plus, the spa-like scent of our Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil is perfect for a relaxing bath.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Giraffe Bubble Bars RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe

Another fun and fizzy craft is the Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe. These ares are slightly different than bath bombs, but are just as fun! While they will still fizz in water, bubble bars can take on some different shapes, like this roll. Plus, this recipe takes it a step further by making the outside a giraffe pattern. It’s such a fun bath recipe!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Time RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Bath Time Recipes

Also, we have some miscellaneous recipes that we think are perfect for bath time. Our Bath Time Recipes come in a wide range of types. Some are fun for kids to play with in the bath and others are perfect for you to use when relaxing in the tub. But there is something for everyone’s bath time!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Monster Bath Cookies RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Monster Bath Cookies Recipe

First, we have a fun recipe for kids to enjoy during bath time! Our Monster Bath Cookies Recipe uses cosmetic ingredients that care for the skin as well as a scented oil, Magic Potion Fragrance Oil, that floral and fruity aroma. Plus, even the eyes will melt away in the bath. So, there is no worries about clean up after playing with some fizzy monsters.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe

We can’t forget about our own bath time. We all know that self care and relaxation is important to both health and peace of mind. So, we created the Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe to moisturize and care for your body as you just sit back and get some well deserved relaxation!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe

Also, the Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe is a perfect bath product for the summer! Nothing is worse than ending a wonderful sunny day with a painful burn. So, we created an herbal recipe that you can use to help reduce the stinging pain of sun burn.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Scrub RecipesOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Scrub Recipes

Also, we have our delightful scrub recipes to choose from! We have sugar scrubs, salt scrubs, and even some with herbs. Plus, these exfoliating ingredients are always paired with moisturizing ingredients that are sure to care for your skin!

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe

The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe is another fantastic scrub recipe that would be perfect for skin care. The sugar scrub uses luxurious oils and butters to care for your newly exfoliated skin. Plus, the amazing scent of the Acai Berry Fragrance Oil uses a unique tropical berry aroma with fruity, floral, and woodsy notes to create a fantastic scrub recipe.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Pink Lemonade Scrub RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe

Another fun bath and body recipe is the Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe. This emulsified sugar scrub is perfect for exfoliating the dead skin and moisturizing the new skin underneath. Further, this delicious scrub uses the mouth-watering scent of sweet lemonade with fresh raspberries, and a unique touch of lavender from our Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream RecipeOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe

Also, you can try out the lovely Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe. This recipe is perfect for light exfoliation and luscious hydration while you are shaving. So, this recipe will help protect your legs and leave them feeling fantastic. Plus, the glamorous aroma of  Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil adds to the high quality feeling of this recipe.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Natures Garden Facebook Page

Another fun place to check out to get more bath and body recipe ideas is the NG Facebook page. In our posts you can find gorgeous homemade recipes from other crafters, our recipes, and NG updates! While our recipes come with instructions, other customer recipes won’t. However, it is always fun to admire other bath and body products and maybe get inspiration to make your very own recipes.

Our Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Reach Out to UsOur Favorite Bath and Body Recipes: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these bath and body recipe ideas! If you want to look for even more, you can check out the Free Classes and Recipes page of our website. We have all kinds of bath and body recipes. Plus, you can find all of the wholesale bath and body supplies that you need. If you have any questions about your bath and body recipes, then feel free to reach out to us! One easy way to find us is on social media, which includes Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).