230 grams Mango Butter
10 grams Grapeseed Oil
16 grams White Beeswax
10 grams Lavender Flowers Whole
4 grams Kismet Fragrance Oil
Please Note: If you do not want to have herbs floating around in your tub, you can place the bath melts into a fillable bath tea bag with pull string.
Clean & Sanitize your work area.
Step 1. Using the double boiler method, weigh out and melt the Mango Butter, Grapeseed Oil, and Beeswax.
Step 2. Once melted, add the Kismet Fragrance Oil. Stir to incorporate.
Step 3. Next, lay out the 4 clamshell containers.
Step 4. Now, slowly pour the mixture into your clamshells. Make sure you leave room for the lavender flowers.
Step 5. Next, weigh out the lavender flowers.
Step 6. When the bath melts have a slight film, carefully sprinkle each clamshell with some lavender flowers. Gently press the flowers down so that they stick to the bath melt.
Step 7. When the bath melts have hardened enough to be moveable, place them in the freezer for 30 minutes.
Step 8. Finally, remove the bath melts from the freezer. Then, lid your clamshells.
Your clamshell bath melts are now ready for use!
To Use: Place one bath melt cube into the bath tub under warm running water. Only one bath melt is needed. Be Careful: Your bath tub will be slippery from the oils and butters once the bath melt has melted. Also, pigments and powdered herbs may leave a colored ring in your bathtub. This easily cleans up with soap and water; it is not a permanent stain.
Please note: These bath melts will begin to melt just from physical contact with the skin. It is not advised to ship these during the hotter temperature months.
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