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Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe

Friday, August 1st, 2014

coffee scrub recipe

Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe

A type of drink called Toffee Crunch Latte was my inspiration for coming up with a recipe called Toffee Crunch Latte Sugar Scrub. Melissa is an employee at Nature’s Garden whom has a deep craving for coffee every day during her shift; and it dawned on me to ask her what her favorite type was. I am always making her coffee every day and it surprised me that this was her favorite type of coffee, since usually she prefers hers black. The recipe overall is a fun idea to try and construct as it brings together the wonderful scents of coffee and caramel into different color layers of sugar scrub with a nice touch of whipped cream and brown sugar on top.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients Needed:

454 grams Whipped Soap Base

152 grams Powdered Sugar

298 grams Brown Sugar

46 grams Café Caramel Fragrance Oil

46 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer

Brown Oxide Fun Soap Colorant

 

Directions:

  1. Start off weighing out 454 grams of soap base, 46 grams of Café Caramel Fragrance Oil, and 46 grams of vanilla white stabilizer; then you want to mix them together in a deep mixing bowl until you get a ball of dough.
  1. The ball of dough is then divided evenly into three separate bowls.
  1. In the first bowl, add 152 grams of powdered sugar; carefully folding the sugar in to incorporate it in evenly throughout the dough.
  1. In the second bowl, add 149 grams of brown sugar into the ball of dough and mix it into a light caramel color.
  1. In the third bowl, add 149 grams of brown sugar with enough brown oxide to make a dark coffee color.
  2.  When you get your colors, put the layers into the four ounce clear containers. Be very careful with the process as some of the colors will have the tendency to stick to the side of the container and dominate over the other layers. Your layers should be flattened out very smoothly to keep the colors from mixing.
  1.  Following the process of getting the brown accented layers on, the next step is to put the whipped cream on top. You  put the white portion of the mixed batter into a zip lock bag with a cake decorating tip and carefully try to whip up your own unique swirl on top of your creation to make it look like whipped cream sitting on top of a cup of latte.
  1.  Kick up your creation to the next level  by putting a sprinkle of brown sugar on top.

The whole experience was something new to me as I attempted to go head first into this project, since I have never had any experience before making a sugar scrub. I enjoyed the final look of the project when I was finished; and it had me craving coffee afterwards as the aroma just reminds you of walking into a local coffee shop early in the morning. If you are a coffee lover, then this recipe is sure to please.  Have fun with this recipe!

Christian (Recipe Development)
Natures Garden

Brown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

brown sugar figBrown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

A fragrance oil that is loved by men and women alike, Brown Sugar and Fig Type is a dead on dupe of the original.  The absolute perfect scent to complete your fall or winter line, this fragrance oil is deep, warm, sweet, and pleasantly interesting.  Some of our customers even comment that Brown Sugar and Fig Type is quickly outselling their other top selling fragrances in products.  And, if there is one thing that all of our customers agree on with this fragrance oil, it is that they are glad they purchased it.

What does Brown Sugar and Fig Type Smell Like?

This magical, complex fragrance oil by Natures Garden is composed of top notes of fresh figs, peaches, and passion fruit; followed by middle notes of coconut milk, vanilla orchid, jasmine, muguet, and freesia; well-balanced with base notes of vanilla beans, caramel, maple sugar, fig leaves, and musk.

How Do Our Customers Use Brown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, pillar, paraffin, parasoy blends, WOW, and Joy wax candles.  The scent is amazingly strong in the hot and cold throw.  In fact, many of our customers comment of how quickly the scent of their candles fills the room.  For those of you that are home scenters, this scent performs well in this aspect too.  Brown Sugar and Fig Type works great in oil burners, sachet beads, and air fresheners.  The scent is strong and long lasting.

On the bath and body end, this fragrance oil is amazing!  The usage percent for this scent is 5%, and is used to make:  Melt and pour soaps, bath whips, body butters, homemade lotions, shower gels, perfume oils, body splashes, lotions bars, sugar scrubs, and bubble bombs.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance received awesome reviews, and is wonderful to soap.  Here are the official results:  Great seller for both men and women, works beautifully, perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no discoloration, scent is very strong after cure.

If you are interested in trying Brown Sugar and Fig Type Fragrance Oil in a recipe, Natures Garden has a wonderful Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe using this fragrance oil.  You can just click on the link, or find the recipe under the Free Recipes and Classes section of the website.

How to Make Emulsified Sugar Scrubs

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

This recipe for emulsified sugar scrub was provided by Kimberly Sanchez of Natures Art. 

16 oz Batch

136 grams – Olive Oil

113 grams – Soybean Oil

68 grams – Cocoa Butter

68 grams – Shea Butter

45 grams – Emulsifying Wax

9 grams – Beeswax

9 grams – Fragrance Oil (body safe)

5 grams – Phenonip preservative

Plastic Jars and Lids

 

Light Scrub – add 16 oz sugar

Very Scrubby – up to 32 oz sugar

 

DIRECTIONS:

Weigh all ingredients except the fragrance oil & preservative in a heat proof container and put into a double boiler.

Heat and hold for 20 minutes at 70C to destroy all possible bacteria. Remove from the heat and put into your refrigerator until it reaches 45C.  Add the fragrance oil , body safe color if you choose & preservative now, then return it to the refrigerator to cool further.

Now Whip it with a hand mixer with whisk attachments or your Kitchen-Aid. Whisk until it looks like pudding . Then add the sugar and whisk until well incorporated.

Pour into jars and let sit until hardened.

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