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Nov
22

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe


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Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe

Our next Christmas Craft Recipe is our Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe.  Now, while this may seem like an ordinary bath bomb, it is nothing but ordinary.  First, we found these festive sprinkles that were the inspiration for our holly berry bath fizzies.  I am in love with them and have to use them for my Christmas Cookies this year!  However, these sprinkles also worked perfectly to go with Natures Garden’s Holly Berry Fragrance Oil.  This fragrance oil smells delightful and happens to be a holiday favorite among the Natures Garden team members.  In addition, we have created the look of snow on the bath fizzies.  While this part was entirely accidental, it truly kicked these bath bombs up a notch, making them my personal favorite recipe of the season.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Ingredients Found at Natures Garden

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need: 

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
6- Clear Round Acrylic Fillable Ornaments
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Scale
Holly Berry Sprinkles (Find these From Wilton)

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prior to Preparing This Bath Fizzy Recipe

First, you want to make sure your work area is clean.  Also, be sure your mixing bowls and molds are clean and ready to use.  I also highly recommend wearing an apron to protect your clothing and gloves, glasses, and a mask. The glasses and mask are simply because the baking soda tends to float a bit on me when I add it to my bowl.  In addition, you want to prepare a bottle of witch hazel using your bullet bottle and sprayer.  I would also like to note that bath bombs should be prepared in non-humid climates.  Since bath bombs are activated by water, they can be slightly activated by moisture in the air.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the White Portion

The Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe has two colors.  First, we will prepare the white half of the bath fizzies.  This half will also include the holly berries that decorate the bath bombs.  We will also talk about an optional idea at the end to make the white half look like snow!

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts for the White Portion:
256 grams Citric Acid
560 grams Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
9 grams Safflower Oil
8 grams Holly Berry Fragrance Oil
Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Dry Ingredients for the White PortionHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Dry Ingredients for the White Portion

First, we will prepare the dry ingredients for the white portion of the bath fizzies.  So, in a deep mixing bowl, add 256 grams of Natures Garden’s citric acid.  Then, use your hands to break up any clumps you find.  Then, add 560 grams of baking soda.  Again, use your hands to break up any clumps you may find.  Also, mix the ingredients together as you are breaking up the clumps.  You want to make sure the ingredients are fully mixed and clump free before moving on.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Add the Wet Ingredients for the White Portion
Next, we will be adding the wet ingredients for the white side of the bath fizzies.  To the bowl with the dry ingredients, add 8 grams of Natures Garden’s Holly Berry Fragrance Oil.  Then, add 9 grams of safflower oil to the mixture.  Finally, once again, use your hands to mix the ingredients together.  Continue to mix until the ingredients are completely and thoroughly mixed.  Once the ingredients are mixed, set the bowl aside, we will come back to it.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Red Portion

Next, we will prepare the red portion of our Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe.  This portion will be the second half of the bath fizzy.  It will simply be an easy bath bomb recipe.  It is just a simple bath bomb, with added oil and red colorant.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts for the Red Portion
256 grams Citric Acid
560 grams Baking Soda (Sodium Bicarbonate)
9 grams Safflower Oil
8 grams Holly Berry Fragrance Oil
6 grams Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Dry Ingredients for the Red PortionHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Dry Ingredients for the Red Portion
The dry ingredients will be citric acid and baking soda.  So, in a deep mixing bowl, add 256 grams citric acid and 560 grams baking soda.  Use your hands to mix the ingredients together.  Make sure you break up any clumps you find in the mixture.
Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Wet Ingredients for the Red PortionHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Prepare the Wet Ingredients for the Red Portion

Now, we will prepare the wet ingredients for the red portion of the Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe.  So, to your dry ingredients, add 9 grams of your safflower oil, 8 grams of Natures Garden’s Holly Berry Fragrance Oil, and 6 grams of Natures Garden’s Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant.  Then, use your hands to mix the ingredients together.  Make sure the red colorant is fully and evenly dispersed.  Then, set the red portion aside for the moment and we will come back to it in just a little bit.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Putting the Bath Fizzies in the Molds

This bath fizzy recipe uses a traditional sphere bath bomb mold.  However, prior to putting the bath fizzies in the molds, we have a few more steps to complete.  You will need to get your molds out and put them in front of you.  We used a medium sized bath bomb mold and made six bath bombs using this recipe.  You can see a picture of the mold we used below.  They were simply the round plastic ornament type molds.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the Holly Berries to the MoldsHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the Holly Berries to the Molds

Next, we will be adding the holly berries to the molds.  The holly berries were created using holly sprinkles mix from Wilton’s.  These sprinkles contain red beads and green leaves that resemble holly berries.  For our bath bombs, we used three red beads and three green leaves in one half each bath bomb mold. So, go ahead and place three red beads in the center of one half of each of your bath bomb molds.  Then, place three of the leaves around the red decorating beads.  The goal is to make them look like holly berries.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the White Bath Fizzy Mixture to the MoldsHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the White Bath Fizzy Mixture to the Molds

Now, we will be adding the white bath fizzy mixture to one half of each mold.  The white portion of the bath fizzies will be added to the same side that you added the holly berry sprinkles.  So, with clean gloves, begin spraying the mixture lightly with witch hazel.  You want to have a crumbly dough like consistency.  Once your bath bomb mixture is at the proper consistency, add the white bath bomb mixture to holly berry half of each bath bomb mold.  Make sure you pack the fizzy mixture tightly in the mold so that they form properly.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the Red Bath Fizzy Mixture to the MoldHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Adding the Red Bath Fizzy Mixture to the Molds

Now we will be adding the red bath fizzy mixture to the molds. So, begin by spritzing the red bath fizzy mixture with witch hazel.  Continue to spray and mix until you are sure that all of the mixture is at a crumbly dough consistency.  Once the bath bomb mixture is at the proper consistency, add it to the second half of each mold.  Pack the molds tightly and be careful not to overfill your molds.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Putting the Two Halves TogetherHolly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Putting the Two Halves Together

Finally, we will be attaching the two halves.  First, we need to lightly spray each half of the bath fizzy with witch hazel.  So, lightly spray one white half and one red half with witch hazel.  Then, press the two halves together.  You need to do this with the remaining molds until you have completed all six of your bath bombs.  Lastly, allow them to completely setup before you remove the handmade bath fizzies from the molds.  Your bath bombs should come right out of your molds very easily.  Simply use the hooks to pull the molds apart.  Then, place your bath fizzies in a place where they will not be disturbed or roll around.

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Happy Accidents Day One

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Happy Accidents Day OneI really have to start from day one to fully explain how this happened. I should also say, this is totally optional and dependent on the humidity as well.  When I created this recipe, I will be honest, it was raining cats and dogs, and did so all day and all night.  Obviously, this is not the best time to create a bath fizzy with all of the extra moisture in the air.  However, when I found the Wilton holly berry sprinkle, I was instantly inspired.  I HAD to make them for everyone to see.  Of course, this meant I would need to create them and immediately take pictures to share with all of you.  So, my bath bombs setup.  I removed them from the molds.  I quickly took pictures right away!  As you can see the white half is perfectly smooth.  They looked great.  I was totally happy with them.  Then, I set them aside.  I was having a bit of a problem getting the bath fizzies to stay in one place. The problem was, they kept wanting to roll off the table.  So, I set them back in half of the bath bomb mold.  The little hook on the mold prevented them from rolling away.  Now, for whatever reason, I only used half of a mold for each bath fizzy. I placed each bath bomb with the red side in the mold.  You can see how they looked when I went to bed that night in the picture to the left.

 

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Happy Accidents Day Two

Holly Berry Bath Bombs Recipe: Happy Accidents Day TwoHowever, the most wonderful thing happened overnight!  This left the white half exposed to the air.  After an exhausting and very long day, I accidentally forgot about them and left them sitting out on my table all night.  As we talked about at the beginning of this article, bath bombs a best prepared in non-humid climates.  Well, of course, the bath fizzies attracted some moisture from the air.  Of course, the bath bombs were slightly activated.  However, since the red portions were still in the molds, only the white halves were affected.  Guess what this created, it made the white half look like snow!!!  They looked amazing and festive and absolutely perfect!  You can see how they looked in the morning in the picture to the left.  I would never have thought to use the moisture to my advantage, but it worked out wonderfully for this time of year.  I actually recreated these for my own personal use, using this technique intentionally and for those wondering, yes, the bath bombs still fizz perfectly.

 

Tell Us About Your Happy Accidents

We all have those moments where we think, man I just messed that soap, candle, bath bomb, etc. up big time.  Then, there is that moment where you realize that big mistake turned into the most wonderful thing that you never planned for.  I couldn’t be happier with how these bath bombs turned out.  Personally, I am absolutely obsessed.  I make baskets each holiday for family and friends.  I fill them with bath and body products and totally intend to create these and other bath fizzies using this technique.

We would love to hear all about your happy accidents.  We would even love to hear what inspired your projects and see pictures as well!  Tell us all about them on our Facebook or Twitter pages.  You can even post pictures on our Instagram @ngscents.  If you are looking for a little inspiration, be sure to check out all of our Free Recipes and Classes available right on our website.

 

Apr
21

Best Mango Fragrance Oils


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Best Mango Fragrance Oils Best Mango Fragrance Oils

Today we will be spotlighting Natures Garden’s top mango fragrance oils.  These scents are extremely popular during summer months.  Our tropical aromas not only smell amazing, but they perform wonderfully in handmade craft recipes.  So, read below to learn more about each of our mango fragrance oils.  We will also give you project ideas and let you know how each performs in various applications.  With summer right around the corner, these are the best mango fragrance oils offered at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies.  These mango fragrance oils can be used in soap making, homemade candle making as well as cosmetic making.

Coco Mango Fragrance OilCoco Mango Fragrance Oil

This complex is one of our more mango fragrance oils beginning with fruity notes of mango, fresh strawberries, elderberries, and ripe papaya. This scent is completed with rich vanilla and toasted coconut with just a hint of soft musk.  An NG original!  A Best Seller!

Top Notes: mango, strawberry
Mid Notes:  elderberries, ripe papaya
Base Notes:  coconut, vanilla, soft musk

 

Rose Petals Bath Melts Recipe

How have we used coco mango fragrance oil?  Well, we used it in these adorable bath melts.  With the addition of both mango butter and cocoa butter, these bath melts will pamper your skin.  So, when you’re ready to make the Rose Petal Bath Melts, click the link, or picture for the recipe.

 

Coco Mango Fragrance Oil performs pretty well in cold process soap.  It showed no ricing and also no acceleration.  While we did notice slight separation after pouring the batter, the oils did reabsorb.  In addition, it discolors to a milk chocolate. Strong scent retention.  See exactly how it performs by clicking here.

 

When creating homemade candles with Natures Garden’s Coco Mango aroma, we suggest a yellow orange color.  You can achieve this color by using 2 drops of orange along with 2 drops yellow liquid candle dye. However, we should add, this suggestion is based on a 4 pound batch of wax.

 

Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil

When our perfumist presented Natures Garden with this fragrance oil, we were in awe!  Refreshing, exotic, with just the right amount of Japanese grapefruit.  Grapefruit mango fragrance begins with top notes of Japanese grapefruit, ruby red grapefruit, and mango; followed by middle notes of cucumber and honeydew melon; and sits on a dry down of vanilla. An NG Original Fragrance!

 

Do you make your own candles?  Natures Garden suggests coloring you candles with either liquid candle dye or color blocks.  You can use 4 drops orange plus 2 drops red liquid candle dye.  Alternatively, a small amount of shredded red and orange color blocks can be used.

Now, while this one can be used in a variety of bath and body products, we have found that it does not perform well in cold process soap recipes.  You are welcome to test Grapefruit Mango Fragrance Oil in hot process soap, however we have not tested it in this application.

 

Lime Basil Mango Fragrance OilLime Basil Mango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is sweet and tangy, with a summer citrus blend of exotic kaffir lime mixed with crisp basil and juicy mangos.

Top Notes: Kaffir Lime, Mango, Lemon
Mid Notes: Basil, Lemongrass, Orange Blossom, Ginger
Base Notes: Musk

 

For those making cold process soap, look no further this fragrance oil is PHENOMENAL!  It showed no ricing, no separation, no acceleration, discolors to a butter.  In addition, the scent is very strong and AMAZING!  See for yourself, click the link for our Lime Basil Mango Cold Process Soap Testing Video.  This video will show you the soap recipe we used and how it performed.

 

When you’re coloring your homemade candles using this mango fragrance oil, we suggest a lime color.  You can use 2 drops of yellow with the addition of 2 drops green liquid candle dye to get this color.  Another option is color blocks.  So, you can shred a small amount of green and yellow color blocks into your melted wax for the same color results.

 

Mango and Mandarins Fragrance OilMango and Mandarins Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the refreshing aroma of freshly sliced mandarins and tangerines on a bed of diced ripe mango.

 

 

 


First, candle makers, this fragrance oil provides wonderful scent throw.  Now, if you need a coloring suggestion, we suggest an orange color.  So, either 4 drops of orange liquid candle colorant, or shred some orange color block into your wax.

 

 

Next, for all you soap makers out there, you will be very happy with this mango scent.  We found it to work beautifully in cold process soap.  It showed no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing.  Also, we found no discoloration.  It soaped like a dream and had a strong scent retention.

 

 

Mango Fragrance OilMango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the smell of freshly sliced ripened mango.

 

 

 

 

Next, we will talk about coloring candles created with Mango Fragrance Oil.  First, for those using color blocks, a small amount of both yellow and orange color blocks will do the trick.  If you are using liquid candle dye, we suggest 2 drops of yellow and a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye.

 

Finally, while this one doesn’t perform as perfectly as some, the finished product turned out great.  We found no acceleration.  We did find that it separated but reabsorbed.  While we did notice slight ricing, the finished soap looked beautiful!  We had no discoloration along with good scent retention!

 

Mango Papaya Fragrance OilMango Papaya Fragrance Oil

A tropical delight fragrance oil by Natures Garden! You will fall in love with this fruity blend of ripened mango and juicy papaya. Your product line is not the same without this fragrance! A Best Seller!  Now contains higher essential oil content.

 

 

 

Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil is fabulous in melt and pour soap recipes.  Natures Garden created this soap, the perfect tropical scent for the summer months.  Not only is it strong, it’s adorable as well.

 

 

In addition, Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil can be used in cp soap recipes wonderfully.  Watch our cold process soap video to see for yourself.  We showed no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  Also, we found our soap had a  very strong scent.

 

 


Next, to all our candle making friends, this is another mango scent we suggest coloring orange.  You can either use an small amount of an orange color block, or 3 drops of orange liquid candle colorant.

 

Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance OilMango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has luscious tones of fruit which are blended with warm spicy accents in this tempting creation. Bright citrus notes of tangerine balance with fresh cherry for the tangy top note. A heart of ripe peach mingles with strawberry, as hints of spice add delightful texture to the blend. Floral undertones are enveloped in a clean musk base to complete the fruit sensation.

Candle Makers, if you would like to color homemade candles made with Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil, we suggest 3 drops of red plus 3 drops of orange liquid candle dye for every 4 pounds of wax.  However, if you would like to use color blocks, you absolutely can.  We suggest a small amount of a red and orange color block.

While this fragrance will be a great addition to both melt and pour soap and hot process soap recipe, we found it separated our of our cold process soap batter.

 

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance OilMango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil

Mango Sage Tea fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a unique combination of refreshing leaves of rubbed sage, juicy mango, papaya, and strawberries, with a wonderful base note of freshly brewed white tea leaves. AN NG original fragrance!

 

 

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil in CP SoapFirst, let’s talk about Mango Sage Tea scented soap.  While we did find slight acceleration in our soap batter with this scent, it is totally workable.  Check out our cold process soap video to see what I mean.  We also found no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  This is a nice scent in CP soap.

 

Mango Sage Tea Fragrance Oil in CandlesLastly, our coloring suggestion.  Candle makers can use 1 drop of green colorant and 1 drop of yellow liquid candle dye.  Alternatively, you can use a small amount of shredded green and yellow color blocks per 4 pounds of wax.

 

Mango Sorbet Fragrance OilMango Sorbet Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an uplifting, energizing blend of ripe mango, juicy lemons, and fabulous, red raspberries.

 

 

 

 

Soap makers this one is a must have!  Not only is it one of my go to mango fragrance oils in CP soap, it is also a customer favorite!  As one of our most popular fragrance oils in soap, Mango Sorbet is a soap makers dream!  It shows no ricing, no acceleration, also no separation, and discolors to a very slight beige.  In addition, it is very strong in cured soap.  Make sure you check out this soaping video.

 

Mango Cold Process Soap RecipeIf you are in search of the perfect soap recipe for this scent, give our Mango Cold Process Soap Recipe a try.  Not only is this CP soap scented with Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil, there are a variety of skin loving oils in this recipe.

 

 

Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil in CandlesLast but not least, candle makers can color their homemade candles using 3 drops yellow plus 1 drop orange liquid candle dye.  If you would prefer color blocks, you can use a small amount of both shredded yellow and orange color blocks.

 

 

Mango Tangerine Fragrance OilMango Tangerine Fragrance Oil

This fragrance is described as a tropical blend of mango mixed with zesty clementines and red raspberries blended with sweet vanilla.  This aroma was tested in the VIP Customer Testing Program, and received extremely good reviews across the board. Customers have called this one of our strongest mango fragrance oils.  Mango Tangerine fragrance oil by Natures Garden is very similar to Home Interior’s Mango Cooler.

 

 

Mango Tangerine Fragrance Oil in Candle WaxFirst, for my candle making friends, our preference is 3 drops orange liquid candle colorant in 4 pounds of candle wax.  Also, you could shred a small amount of an orange color block into your melted candle wax.

 

 

Next, Mango Tangerine Fragrance Oil is another favorite among soapers.  What were our results?  A perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and it discolors to a butter.  Scent retention is super strong.  Amazing!  Check out the video here.

 

 

Finally, how has Natures Garden used this one?  We chose to add it to our whipped soap base.  This Mango Tangerine Bath Icing is GREAT!  A wonderful whipped soap scented with this fabulous mango scent.  What could be better?

 

 

Mint Mango Tea Fragrance OilMint Mango Tea Fragrance Oil

This unique fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a combination of refreshing leaves of peppermint and spearmint, juicy mango, papaya, and strawberries, with a wonderful base note of freshly brewed white tea leaves. AN NG original fragrance!

 

 

 

Mint Mango Tea is a strong addition to candle wax.  When coloring your homemade candles, we suggest a small amount of shredded green and yellow color blocks.  Another option is using 2 drops green and 2 drops yellow liquid candle dye to color your candles.

 

 

As far as soapmakers, we tested this one for you too!  See our soap testing video here.  We had no acceleration, no separation, no discoloration, slight ricing.  Scent is amazing and strong!   Check out a tiger swirl soap recipe we created using Mint Mango Tea Fragrance Oil.

 

NG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance OilNG Apple Mango and Tango Fragrance Oil

This delightful fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses;  followed by middle notes of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily; all sitting on base notes of floral musks.  Compare NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance oil to the smell of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

 

First of all, for those of you making candles, this fragrance oil will come through nice and strong.  We recommend coloring your candles with 3 drops of red and 3 drops of orange liquid candle dye.  You could also use an ample amount of a red and an orange color block shredded into your melted wax.

 

Next, this fragrance oil is extremely strong in handmade soaps.  We found no separation and no ricing.  However, we did show slight acceleration to the batter.  Although, it had no discoloration and an awesome scent retention.

 

Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance OilPapaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a POWER SCENT; very complex and strong!  This fragrance was tested by customers in our VIP testing program and received incredible praise!  Relax, refresh and recharge with the serene yet uplifting scent of luscious tropical mango, juicy papaya and creamy island florals.  One of our favorite mango fragrance oils.

Top Notes: Cherry, Mango, Papaya, Guava, Lime
Middle Notes: Lily of the Valley
Base Notes: Vanilla

 

This is a fabulous tropical scent in soap.  While initially we thought it might not be great in soap, the finished soap looked great and had a strong scent retention.  Our testing showed that it riced but stick blended out, separated but reabsorbed.  We found now acceleration.  The cured soap discolors to a light brown sugar color.

 


When creating homemade candles, we suggest 3 drops orange and 1 drop yellow liquid candle dye.  This is again, based on a four pound batch.  You could shred a small amount of a yellow and orange color block into your melted wax instead.

 

 

Star Fruit and Mango Fragrance Oil

This refreshing Star Fruit Mango fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a blend of fresh star fruit and mangos, rounded out with notes of strawberry and peach. A Best Seller!

 

 

 

The last of our mango fragrance oils is Star Fruit Mango Fragrance Oil.  When used in soap Natures Garden found no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and finally no discoloration.  Also, the cured soap also had a good scent retention.

 

 

Finally, candle makers, this fragrance is perfect in candles.  You can color your wax with 2 drops yellow plus a tiny bit of orange liquid candle colorant.  Another option is to use color blocks.  You could shred some yellow color block along with a bit of an orange color block.

 

We hope that you love these mango fragrance oils as much as we do.  Which of these mango fragrance oils is your favorite?  Be sure to show us what your have made with these fragrance oils.  Post your pictures on or Facebook page.  You could also tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

 

Feb
10

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe


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Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe

 

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Our next recipe is our Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe.  Natures Garden is going green for Saint Patrick’s Day!  This facial mask recipe will have your friends green with envy over your glowing skin!  In addition to French green clay and bentonite clay, it contains nutrient rich powders that will leave your skin absolutely radiant!  In addition, we have added spirulina powder, alfalfa powder, and spinach leaf powder.  So, whether your just looking to unwind or you’re having a spa day with your friends, this recipe is for you!

 

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

French Green Clay Powder
Bentonite Clay Powder
Spirulina Powder
Alfalfa Leaf Powder
Spinach Leaf Powder
Sweet Fennel Oil
Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil
Vitamin E Oil (Tocopherol T-50)
Vegetable Glycerin
Disposable Pipettes
2 oz Clear PET Jars
Black Smooth Straight Lids 48/400
1 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Black Smooth Disc Top Lids 20/410

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Other Equipment and Ingredients You Will Need

Scale
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Distilled Water

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Weighing Out the Clays and Powders

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Weighing Out the Clays and Powders
Step one:  We will begin by weighing out the two clays we included in this recipe.  First, weigh out the French green clay.  You will need 112 grams of your French green clay.  Then, add 112 grams of your bentonite clay.

 

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Step Two:  Now, let go ahead and add your Spirulina Powder.  You will need 32 grams of this green powder.  Spirulina powder not only helps to give the mask its color but also is known to contain many vitamins and minerals.

 

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Step Three:  We also added alfalfa powder to this mask.  So, using your scale add 32 grams of your alfalfa leaf powder.

 

 

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Step Four:  Next, we added spinach leaf powder.  We used 32 grams of the spinach powder.  So, let’s add the 32 grams of the green powder to the mix.  Then, go ahead and mix to combine all of the ingredients.

 

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Adding the Oils

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Step Five:  We also added vitamin E oil.  We used Natures Garden’s Vitamin E oil.  It is the purest form of vitamin E, it is Tocopherol T-50.  It is not tocopherol acetate.  Go ahead use a pipette to add 24 drops of the pure vitamin E oil.

 

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Step 6:  We added two essential oils to our mask.  First, we will be adding Nature’s Garden’s sweet fennel essential oil.  Add 16 drops of your sweet fennel essential oil using a disposable pipette.

 

 
IMG_20170131_122935679-2Step 7:  Next we added Nature’s Garden’s lavender 40/42 essential oil.  So, go ahead and get another transfer pipette.  Add 16 drops of the lavender essential oil.

 

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Packaging Your Facial Mask

IMG_20170131_122330027_BURST000_COVER_TOP-2Step 8:  Finally, mix all of your powders and oils together.  Once you have them all blended, place the mixture in your jars.  You will need eight of the two ounce clear PET jars.  Then, place a black smooth straight lid 48/400 on each of your jars.  Each 2 ounce jar will allow you to create about 4 facial masks.  Each mask will use about 12 grams of powder.

Lucky Leprechaun Face Mask Recipe Using Your Facial Mask

IMG_20170131_133619294-2Step 9:  When using your Lucky Leprechaun Facial Mask, you will need to mix the powder mixture with vegetable glycerin and water.  However, by keeping it in a powdered mixture, and mixing it with the water as needed, you will not need to add a preservative and it will not require heating.  Plus, it is a nice quick project to add to you line.  One tablespoon is about 12 grams.  You will need to mix it with water and vegetable glycerin.  Mix one tablespoon of the powder with 24 grams, or two tablespoons of water.  Then, add 3 grams, about half a teaspoon of vegetable glycerin.  Mix well, until smooth.

Now, If you plan to sell this product you can use the one ounce clear PET bottles to package the vegetable glycerin.  Also, our black 20/410 flip lids will fit these bottles.  You will need to add about 12 grams of vegetable glycerin in each 1 oz plastic bottle.  You can then sell one two ounce jar along with one of the bottles of vegetable glycerin.

Step 9:  To use your mask apply a thin layer of the mask to your face.  Allow the mask to completely harden.  This will take some time, so have patience, it is well worth the wait!  Then, rinse with warm water.  Use a washcloth to gently remove your facial mask.  Finally, look in the mirror and admire your beauty!

So, go ahead, become one lucky leprechaun this Saint Patrick’s Day!  Are you brave enough to show us pictures of you transforming into a lucky leprechaun!  Show us your before, during, and after pictures by tagging us on Instagram or on our Facebook page at Natures Garden.

Dec
12

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe


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Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub RecipeVanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe will show you how to make a homemade layered body scrub.  The unique thing about this recipe is the it incorporate both brown sugar as well as white sugar.  The white layer contains the white sugar.  The brown layer contains brown sugar.  I like to think of this scrub as the best of both worlds.  So, whether you prefer white sugar or brown sugar in your scrubs, this layered sugar scrub is for you!

 

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Other Equipment and Ingredients Needed

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Spatula
Stove
Pots- for double boiler step
Brown Sugar
Granulated White Sugar
Scale

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Ingredient Weights

136 grams – Coconut 76 oil
113 grams – Avocado Oil
74 grams – Cocoa Butter Deodorized
62 grams – Mango Butter
50 grams – Emulsifying Wax Silky
23 grams – Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
20 grams – Jojoba Oil
14 grams – Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil
12 grams – Beeswax
11 grams – Optiphen preservative
9 grams – Cinnabun Type Fragrance Oil
7 grams – Vitamin E Oil
10 grams – Vanilla Powder
10 grams – Apple Pie Spice Blend Powder
4 grams Titanium Dioxide Oil Dispersible
26 grams – Vegetable Glycerin
440 grams – Brown Sugar
340 grams – White Sugar

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Preparing Your Supplies and Work Area

Begin by preparing your packaging supplies and work area.  You will want to begin with a clean work station and supplies.  Also, sanitize your packaging jars and lids along with utensils and your work area.  We also recommend the use of an apron, hair net, and glove while making the Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe.  For this layered sugar scrub recipe you will need eight jars and lids.  We used the 4 ounce jars and Natures Garden’s white dome lids 58/400.

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Melting Your Oils, Butters, and Waxes

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Melting Your Oils, Butters, and WaxesFirst, you will need a scale.  Set your scale to weigh in grams.  Weight out 113 grams avocado oil, 136 grams of coconut oil 76, 74 grams of our cocoa butter deodorized, 20 grams of our jojoba oil, 62 grams of Natures Garden’s mango butter, 50 grams of silky emulsifying wax, and 12 grams of white beeswax pastilles.   Once you have weighed them out, melt them in a double boiler over low heat.  As they are melting, stir occasionally.  However, you can move on to weighing out your other ingredients while you are waiting.

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Other Ingredients

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Other IngredientsFirst, we will weigh out the sugars for this scrub recipe.  This layered sugar scrub uses two types of sugar.  The brown layer uses brown sugar.  The white layer uses white sugar.  So, you will need two medium size mixing bowls.  To the first bowl add 340 grams of white sugar.  In addition, to this bowl, add 10 grams of vanilla powder.  Mix well so the vanilla powder disperses evenly throughout the white sugar.  In the second bowl you will only need to add the brown sugar.  However, you should use your hands to break up any clumps you notice in the brown sugar.

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Other IngredientsAlso, will prepare the apple pie spice blend.  We chose to use the apple pie spice because it contains cinnamon in the mix.  We thought this would go along nicely with the cinnabun type scent.  Prior to adding it to our scrub, we will mix it with a bit of vegetable glycerin.  So, in a small bowl, weigh out 10 grams of Apple Pie Spice Blend Powder.  Then, to the same bowl, add 26 grams of vegetable glycerin.  Use a spoon to mix the ingredients together.  You will end up with a paste consistency.  Set this aside, we will come back to it later.

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Other IngredientsFinally, we will prepare the remaining ingredients. I prepared these each in separate bowls so that I had them weighed out in advance.  This made it easier to just add quickly when my oils were ready.  Weigh out 11 grams of Optiphen, 4 grams  of titanium dioxide, and 7 grams of vitamin e oil in three separate bowls.  In another bowl, I mixed the fragrance along with the vanilla white.  For this recipe we used two different fragrances.  We added 14 grams of Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil and 9 grams of Cinnabun Type Fragrance Oil.  In addition, I added 23 grams of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  We will come back to these once the oils are finished melting.

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Combining the Body Scrub Ingredients

Now that the oils have finished melt, remove them from the heat.  Let the temperature of the oil drop to around 120 degrees Fahrenheit.  At this time add the Optiphen preservative, pure vitamin e oil, and the fragrance oil mixture.

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Combining the Body Scrub IngredientsNext, separate the oils into two separate bowls.  One bowl will be used for the white portion, the other for the brown layer.  You will need about 250 grams of oil in each medium size bowl.  In the first bowl, add 4 grams of the titanium dioxide.  Mix well to incorporate.  In the second, add the apple pie spice blend mixture.

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Adding the Sugars

Vanilla Cinnamon Scrub Recipe: Adding the SugarsNow, to the bowl containing the brown colored oils, add the brown sugar.  Use a spatula to mix the sugar into the oils.  To the bowl containing the titanium dioxide, add the white sugar mixture.  Again, stir with a spatula to mix in the sugar.  Allow both  of the mixtures to set up at room temperature.  Then, you can move to the next step.

Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe: Layering the Body Scrub in the Jars

IMAG2466_1For this portion I found it easiest to use a mixing spoon.  Lastly, begin by adding a layer of the brown portion to your jars.  This recipe will fill eight jars of the four ounce clear jars.  Then, add a white layer with the portion of the scrub containing the white sugar.  Repeat this process until each jar is filled.  Finally, place a lid on each jar.  We chose to use the white dome lids for this recipe.

 

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this recipe.  Everyone here at Natures Garden would love to see how your scrubs turn out!  Post pictures on our Facebook page, or tag us on Instagram @ngscents.  Or maybe you have created another product you would like to share!  We would love to see those too! Let us know what you have been up to!

 

 

Oct
23

NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil


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NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance OilNG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil is a fresh and clean scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a beautifully complex of ozone notes and other fresh scents with wonderful sweet, amber, and musk undertones that bring the scent together to create a scent that is fresh, clean, and absolutely perfect.

What Does NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh, complex fragrance beginning with top notes of petitgrain, Italian bergamot, and ozonic notes; middle notes of lilac, lily of the valley, and hints of tuberose; base notes of sweet vanilla, amber, precious musk, and oakmoss.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Our customers can create clean scented bath and body products with this complex fragrance oil.  Bath gels, bath oils, lotions, various soaps, perfumes, and some other bath and body products can be made using up to 5% of this fresh scent.

NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil CP Soap DiscolorationFurther, this ozone fragrance oil can be included in soaping through the cold process method. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this complex ozone scent is a good addition for cold process soap making. A batch that uses this scent will have no ricing and no separation. While the batch does accelerate, it is slight and can be reduced by soaping at room temperature. The final product will have a very good scent retained and the bar will not have any discoloration. For this scent, we recommend not using any color for bath and body products. If you want to add colorant to your bath and body products, then you can feel free to add any shade of our colorants as long as you use soap colorant and not candle dye in these products.

How Do Our Customers Use NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Room scent creating customers can use this fresh and clean fragrance oil to create a wide variety of products. Potpourri and incense each are able to use up to a  50% concentration of fragrance oil. Scented homemade cleaning products can include no more than 5% of this scent in their formulation. Also, products made of aroma beads can use this fragrance oil in recipes and will retain a nice, strong scent.

NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionCandle creation crafters can incorporate this complex ozone scent in their own wax products. Tarts and candles created from either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can use a maximum of 10% NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil in recipes. Joy Wax and WOW Wax will both perform perfectly for this clean scent and soy wax creations will maintain a nice and strong scent. While we recommend not including any colorants for candles using this scent, but you add color if you so choose. If you want to add color to your candle creations, then you can use either color blocks or Spectrum liquid candle dyes in any shade and your preferred quantity. Just remember not to use any crayons for the coloring of your candles as they will clog your wick.

Sep
09

Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil


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Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance OilSugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil is a sweet corn scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a tasty blend of sweet corn and creamy butter with milk in sugar to create a fragrance oil that is as delicious as sugary corn pudding. One specific customer review has described this aroma as sweet corn bread and vanilla pudding, not only that but this individual found this scent to be one of their favorites!

What Does Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is sweet corn, creamy buttery notes with hints of milk and sugar.

How Do Our Customers Use Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Homemade room scenting creations can be made by our customers with this deliciously sweet fragrance oil. Potpourri recipes, reed diffusers, and incense can each be scented with up to 50% of this corn aroma. Further, homemade cleaning supplies as well as unscented store bought cleaners can all be scented by no more than 5% of this fragrance. Also, nice and strong aroma beads can be made with this fragrance oil.

Another kind of room scenting ideas are candles and wax tarts, which can use this corn pudding aroma. When using either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax, then you can use a maximum of 10% for this fragrance oil. Candles and melts made of joy wax or wow wax will each be perfect after the addition of this scent. If you want to make strongly scented soy candles, then this fragrance oil is a good choice as well. This includes any of our soy waxes including 100% soy wax, soy wax 444, or soy wax 464. If you want to color your wax creations, then we would suggest that you use an ample amount of shredded yellow color block. Although, if you would rather use liquid candle dye, we suggest one drop of yellow candle dye.

How Do Our Customers Use Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Bath and body products can be created with the incorporation of this sweet corn pudding fragrance oil.  Bath recipes can be scented with up to 5% of this fragrance. This includes products such as, bath fizzies, bath teas, and bath oils.  In addition, our Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil can be incorporated into body products that remain on the skin. These are products like lotions, body butters, and body sprays. They can also include up to 5% of this sugary fragrance oil.

Our Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil can be used to create homemade soap recipes. For instance, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown this scent is great for creating soap through this method. A batch that includes this scent will have no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing. This fragrance oil will retain a good scent in soaps and will have a brown discoloration after cure. Whether you are creating melt and pour soap, hp soap, or other types of bath and body recipes, you may choose to color them. If you want to add colorant, we suggest using yellow liquid soap colorant in an amount you prefer. Whether you follow our suggestion or go with a different method for coloring these products, you shouldn’t include any candle dyes in them as they aren’t body safe.

Aug
11

Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil


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Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance OilStrawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden defines temptation as rich, buttery vanilla cake notes blend with poignant strawberry.  This Best Selling fragrance delivers pure bliss in any product in which it is incorporated.  You’ll love this scent so much, that it will inspire a very large craving!  This craving may be so large that it could only be satisfied by the world-record holding largest strawberry shortcake ever made!  In 2004 in the town of La Trinidad, Benguet in the Philippines, the largest strawberry shortcake ever created was unveiled.  It weighed 21,213.4 pounds, or 9622.23 kg.  That should definitely be enough strawberry shortcake to satisfy your cravings!  Give Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil a try today, and have your 20,000 pound shortcake ready!

What Does Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delectable dessert scent that is simply irresistible.  The aroma of buttery vanilla cake mixes with freshly sliced strawberries for a bakery-fresh confectionery scent.  Base notes of rich vanilla cream finish off this amazing scent.

How Do Our Customers Use Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil creates a bakery fresh scent that will fill any space and leave your guests amazed!  This scent is true-to-name and room scenting products that incorporate this fragrance become instant conversation pieces!  This delicious scent can be incorporated into incense, reed diffusers, and potpourri at a rate of 50% of your total recipe.  Additionally, this fragrance provides a very strong scent in aroma beads and smelly jelly crystal recipes.

Candles and wax tart recipes can use this sweet scent at a maximum of 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  This fragrance works wonderfully in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and natural soy wax recipes.  If you want to color your candles, we would recommend using six drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Alternatively, you could color your melted wax with small amounts of shredded red color blocks. Remember, never use crayons to color your melted wax as they will clog your wick, preventing the candle from burning properly.

How Do Our Customers Use Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Create a bath and body line that is as sweet as cake with this fragrance oil!  This cake scent is perfect for Bath gels, bath bombs, and oils, and will perform perfectly when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used. Strawberry Shortcake Fragrance Oil can be used to create a wide array of bath and body products!  Handcrafted perfumes, body sprays, and lotions will all perform wonderfully when incorporating this fragrance at 5% of your total recipe.  Also, household cleaning supplies can be created using a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.

Soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in both cold process soap recipes and melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that soaps made with this fragrance oil performs very well! There was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  Cured soap had a good scent retention and discolored to a caramel color!  If you wish to color your bath and body products, we would recommend using red soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  As always, do not use candle dyes in your bath and body products.