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Nov
30

Candle Ideas for Christmas


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Candle Ideas for ChristmasCandle Ideas for Christmas

There are all kinds of fun candle ideas for Christmas that are available from Natures Garden. Since there are a variety of ways to use these fun craft making recipes, they are perfect for the holiday season! First of all, you can use our homemade candle recipes to create candles that are gorgeous and cheerful. So, these homemade candles are perfect for decorating your home for the holiday season. Second, each of our lovely scented candle recipes have a fantastic aroma that would be perfect for this time of year! Whether you are interested in creating unique Christmas candles to decorate this year or providing lovely aromas throughout your home, you will absolutely want to check out our scented candle recipes in the craft blog below!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Candy Cane Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Candy Cane Candle Recipe

First of all, you can use your wholesale candle making supplies to create the refreshing Candy Cane Candle Recipe. This lovely candle recipe uses layers of candle wax to create a pattern that looks just like a real candy cane! Plus, this fun scented recipe is topped with whipped wax and peppermint candy wax embeds. Not only is this a great candle to use for decoration, but this candle has a lovely aroma, too. This scented candle uses the true scent of our Candy Cane Fragrance Oil. So, your scented candle will have a cheerful aroma of refreshing peppermint leaves, perfectly ripened strawberries, and a dry down of vanilla. So, this is a fantastic candle recipe to create for the holiday season that peppermint lovers are sure to adore.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Eggnog Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Eggnog Candle Recipe

Another fantastic candle recipe for the holiday season is the scrumptious Eggnog Candle Recipe. First of all, this lovely candle was created to look just like a full mug of rich eggnog. Everything about this candle from the real glass, the foam top, and the real cinnamon herb make this a fantastic candle for to decorate your home this holiday season. Further, this scented candle uses a delicious fragrance oil, which is the Eggnog Fragrance Oil. So, this homemade candle recipe will have notes of creamy eggnog along with strong notes of buttercream and vanilla. These tasty notes are followed by notes of spice, which include cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. The lovely appearance and mouth watering aroma lead to a candle recipe that is perfect for both decorating and scenting the home for the holidays.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Rustic Wax Melts RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Rustic Wax Melts Recipe

The Rustic Wax Melts Recipe is melted wax tart recipe that would be perfect to create for the holidays. The wholesale herbs in this recipe include cloves, juniper berries, orange peel, and cinnamon sticks. Further, this cute scented wax recipe is perfect for filling your home with a warm, rustic scent. This candle recipe uses the lovely Christmas Wassail Fragrance Oil with notes of mulled apple cider, fresh pineapple, and orange zests that are surrounded by warm notes of cinnamon and clove. Plus, this fragrance oil is enhanced by the same herbs that created such a lovely appearance for these wax melts. This means that when you burn these adorable wax melts you will enjoy the aroma of this warm holiday aroma and fresh spice herbs!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Gingerbread Latte Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Gingerbread Latte Candle Recipe

Next, we have the lovely Gingerbread Latte Candle Recipe that you can create this lovely holiday season. This delightful homemade candle recipe is perfect for decorating your home. First, this mug is full of a scrumptious gingerbread latte scented candle. Plus, this delicious latte candle has a lovely little gingerbread man cookie dunked in the drink. Not only is this fun candle recipe perfect for decorating for this season, but this scented candle has a scrumptious aroma. The scrumptious scent of this candle recipe comes from the lovely Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has a marvelous blend of rich roasted Columbian coffee with spices and toasted hazelnut. This blend of fragrance notes rest on a sweet base of vanilla butter cream that make this latte aroma simply irresistible!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Santa Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Santa Candle Recipe

Another fun candle recipe that you can create for the holiday season is our Santa Candle Recipe. This fun Christmas candle was inspired by Santa’s jolly holiday suit! Not only is the candle red and white, but we created a felt belt to go around the candle’s middle. So, this festive candle recipe is perfect for decorating for the holidays. Further, this fun candle recipe is topped with scrumptious sugar cookies. Plus, this fun Christmas themed candle uses the lovely aroma of our Santas Whiskers Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of balsam, fir, and pine blended with warm, scrumptious notes of warm vanilla sugar cookies. This yummy aroma adds to this fantastic candle recipe to create a great candle recipe for the holidays.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Chocolate Blossom Cookie Wax Tart RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Chocolate Blossom Cookie Wax Tart Recipe

There is nothing like the fresh aroma of cookies perfect for leaving out on Christmas Eve for jolly old Saint Nick. So, the scrumptious aroma of the Chocolate Blossom Cookie Wax Tart Recipe is perfect for the holidays. Each of these lovely sugar cookie wax tarts are topped with sweet chocolate kisses. These perfect wax melt cookies are perfect for decorating your home this holiday season. Not only is our wax tart recipe perfect for decorating this winter, but these lovely wax melts will provide you with a mouth watering chocolate cookie aroma. This delicious aroma is due to the scent of our Chocolate Chip Cookies Fragrance Oil. This Natures Garden fragrance oil has a scrumptious aroma of freshly baked cookies with notes of semi-sweet chocolate and vanilla. These lovely scented wax tarts look and smell absolutely scrumptious.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Reindeer Poo Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe

Our Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe is another fun candle recipe that would be perfect of decorating your home for the holidays. This unique candle recipe is perfect for adding some silly fun to your typical holiday decorations. Plus, you can enjoy the lovely aroma of our Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil. This festive and fun aroma has sweet top notes of apples and pears that are followed by middle notes of eucalyptus, pine, and geranium. These lovely scents are wonderfully balanced with base notes of vanilla, cedar wood, and patchouli. Further, you can even use this fun candle as a Christmas gift idea that is sure to get a laugh and be enjoyed for it’s lovely scent!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Christmas Wreath Fire Starters RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Christmas Wreath Fire Starters Recipe

Also, you can enjoy our Christmas Wreath Fire Starters Recipe this season. These scented wax recipes are made for two purposes. First, you can use these wax creations in your fireplace. Not only can you use this craft recipe to help get toasty by the fire, but this homemade fire starter uses the scent of our Christmas Wreath Type Fragrance Oil. So, you can fill your home with the aroma of freshly cut boughs of pine, balsam, holly berry and earthy pine cones. So, you can enjoy the convenience of your fire starter as well as the perfectly traditional and welcoming holiday aroma.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Pinecone Firestarters RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Pinecone Firestarters Recipe

Another option that we have for fire starting help is the Pinecone Firestarters Recipe. This fun recipe uses scented wax to create another fantastic wax recipe that is both convenient and smells fantastic! Of course, you can use these wax covered pine cones to easily start up your fireplace. But, this scented wax recipe adds to the experience with the aroma of our Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has a lovely aroma of sweet, creamy pumpkin puree with warm notes of butter and sweet vanilla cream. So, you are sure to stay cozy with a crackling fire and warm fragrance.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Santa Hat Candle RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Santa Hat Candle Recipe

Next, we have the adorable Santa Hat Candle Recipe! This fun homemade candle recipe uses cupcake candle mold and whipped candle wax to create these fun Christmas candles! Not only can you make your holiday candles look like cute Santa hats, but these candles are scented with some lovely fragrance oils. These scented candles use the lovely Santa Snacks Fragrance Oil to provide a scrumptious aroma. This fragrance oil has notes of fresh baked sugar cookies with hints of yummy holiday spices. This scented oil is perfect for creating fantastic holiday candles that you will love to have this holiday season.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Gingerbread Men Wax Ornaments RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Gingerbread Men Wax Ornaments Recipe

Next, we have a fun scented wax recipe that is perfect for helping decorate the Christmas tree. Our cute Gingerbread Men Wax Ornaments Recipe allow you to make unique holiday ornaments that look cute and smell great! Your home will be irresistible with the aroma of our Gingerbread Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is the true aroma of spiced cookie with hints of  fresh notes of vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger. So, you can enjoy these gingerbread man ornaments on your tree as well as the strong cold scent throw of this fresh bakery scent.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts Recipe

Next, we have a scented wax recipe that any coffee lover would be sure to enjoy! Our Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts Recipe uses real coffee beans and scrumptious fragrance oils to create an irresistible wax tart. The fabulous aroma of the whole coffee beans blend perfectly with the scent of French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil with sweet notes of vanilla and freshly brewed coffee. Further, the scent of this wax melt is enhanced by the sweet aroma of our Snickerdoodle Cookies Fragrance Oil with fresh baked aroma of French vanilla with a touch of cinnamon sticks, gingerbread, and maple syrup. You will love using this deliciously sweet blend of coffee and warm spice in your home this holiday season!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Glistening Snowflakes Potpourri RecipeCandle Ideas for Christmas: Glistening Snowflakes Potpourri Recipe

Finally, we have the Glistening Snowflakes Potpourri Recipe. This scented wax recipe uses pillar of bliss wax and snowflake wax embeds to look just like snow! Plus, this scoopable wax melt recipe uses the Jack Frost Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has an aroma that is of crisp, clean peppermint with notes of sweet vanilla bean. So, you can enjoy both the lovely appearance of this wax melt recipe and the scrumptious crisp winter aroma.

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Homemade Holiday Decorations

While festive holiday candles are a fun way to decorate your home for the holidays. However, these fun homemade candles aren’t the only way to brighten up the season. You can find even more fun ways to decorate your home in HGTV’s article on Our 75+ Favorite Handmade Holiday Decorating Ideas. This article is full of all kinds of fun and unique ways to create handmade Christmas decorations for this cheery season. There are ideas for fun center pieces, wreaths, fire place decorations and so much more! So, you can fill your entire home with the wonderful Christmas candle recipes from Natures Garden as well as the fun holiday crafts to liven up your home this cheery season!

Candle Ideas for Christmas: Reach Out to UsCandle Ideas for Christmas: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these holiday themed Christmas candles! If you have any questions about these candle making recipes, then feel free to reach out to us! We are available to help you create candle making recipes that are absolutely stunning! Of course, you can reach out to us on the phone, in the store, and online. Anyone that would like to reach us online should definitely check out our social media pages! You can find us on Facebook. Plus, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. You can use these social media platforms to ask questions and get candle making advice. Also, you can use these platforms to stay posted on new craft making recipes or even chat with other craft makers. So, there are all kinds of great reasons to find us online.

Nov
28

Thyme Uses


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Thyme UsesThyme Uses

While thyme is commonly used as a herbal spice for enhancing the taste of food, there are all kinds of wonderful thyme benefits in incorporating this herb for other uses. Natures Garden uses the benefits of our herbal cosmetic ingredients, to create all kinds of different bath and body products. One of these wonderfully herbal bath and body supplies is the Thyme Leaf, which has many benefits! Not only do many people enjoy the cosmetic effects of this herb, but it can be enjoyed in food and herbal medicines, too. Plus, some people find that the herb can provide a beneficial mood boost. So, check out this cosmetic blog to find out more great properties of the herb and all of the thyme uses for your products.

Thyme Uses: Growing Conditions Thyme Uses: Growing Conditions

Our herbal thyme, which is called Thymus vulgaris, is the most common variety of garden thyme. So, you’ve likely seen or tasted it before. This variety of thyme was originally a bushy shrub that was found throughout southern Europe in the western Mediterranean and southern Italy areas. These little shrubs have tiny leaves that are highly aromatic due to their classic scent. Plus, the plant produces either purple or pink flowers in the early summer season. Often, the leaves are what is used, but the thyme flowers can be incorporated into recipes, too.

Currently, there are many more people that grow thyme. So, it is quite common to find people growing their own herb gardens right at home. Plus, thyme is a pretty hardy plant that you can grow right at home. This herb prefers to have conditions that are hot and dry to those that are cool and damp. Also, make sure the plant gets a place in full sun. Since thyme grows more grows slowly from the seed, I’d suggest buying a plant that is already started. If you do start your plant from a seed, then you should make sure to give your thyme a month or so to establish itself before cutting. Once your plant is established you can snip a few stems and benefit from any of the thyme uses that you’d like.

Thyme Uses: Industrial Uses

Obviously, this wonderful herb didn’t get to be so popular without having some wonderful benefits. So, it is no surprise that herbal thyme has all kinds of benefits for your whole body. You can use this herb to create wonderful bath and body recipes that reduce skin issues and promote a healthy, rejuvenated body. Also, you can use this herb in natural remedies to promote health. Further, you can even use thyme to add some flavor to your dishes. There really are many thyme uses for your products and everyday life!

Thyme Uses: Bath and Body ProductsThyme Uses: Bath and Body Products

Plus, you can use this wonderful cosmetic herb to create all kinds of wonderful bath and body products. This herb has beneficial properties that can be used to improve the health of your skin and hair. Plus, the antibacterial benefits of this herb are great for staying healthy and protecting yourself from various skin conditions. So, take a look at some of the benefits your products can gain from incorporating the thyme herb or infusing thyme into your handcrafted cosmetic recipes.

First, this lovely herb has been known to have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that are perfect for reducing certain skin conditions. One condition that can benefit from thyme is acne, as the herb will fight the bacteria responsible for these break outs. Plus, the anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce acne, too. Additionally, this cosmetic herb has antifungal properties that are useful against Athlete’s Foot. So, this cosmetic herb would be perfect for creating creams and lotions to use on these conditions. Plus, people have found that this herb can be used to reduce soreness and muscle cramps. So, this would be perfect for creating different bath and body recipes that you can use to soak in the tub.

Also, you can use this herb to promote healthy hair growth. Using this herb in herbal shampoo and conditioner recipes will provide all sorts of wonderful benefits. First, thyme has been known to help increase circulation to the scalp and lead to better hair growth. Also, many people have found that this oil can be beneficial for reducing hair loss and thinning. Further, these herbal recipes would help remove dirt and bacteria from the scalp and prevent dandruff.

Thyme Uses: Natures Garden Sachet RecipeThyme Uses: Natures Garden Sachet Recipe

One recipe that we included this herb in is the Envelope Sachet Recipe. The aromatic herbs are perfect to create a refreshing blend that enhances the aroma of the Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. The wonderful aroma of bright floral notes and refreshing herbal scents that are perfectly enhanced by the aromas of fresh thyme, rose petals, and chamomile flowers.

Also, many people find that the scent of thyme is perfect for a mood boost. If you are looking for some positive aromatherapy, then you may want to try creating a natural potpourri, incorporating the herb into your wax melt recipes, or create your own herbal sachet recipes. These are perfect for promoting a positive mood and having your negativity melt away. Since thyme has been linked to promoting a positive mood, it would be a perfect herb to add to your scented sachet recipe!

Thyme Uses: Medicinal UsesThyme Uses: Medicinal Uses

Thyme has been loved as a medicinal herb for generations. In fact, this herb was a favorite of emperors during the Roman era because it was thought to protect the body from poison. Also, Victorian era nurses would use thyme infused water to bathe bandages and protect wounds. Thyme was even used during the times of the Black Death to help try to prevent the spread of disease. In fact, the boutonnieres worn during this time included thyme, which is actually known to be a powerful antiseptic.

Also, thyme can be used to reduce bad breath. In fact, the herb is known to kill much of the bad bacteria in your mouth, which can increase oral health. Many people have found this herb especially useful for cavities and gingivitis. Plus, is a great, natural cough remedy that you can use to alleviate many symptoms, like a sore throat or coughing. Further, the vitamins contained in this herb are known to be helpful for promoting your immune system, which can help shorten your cold.  Plus, there have been studies that show that this herb can be used to detoxify the body and help with weight loss. Additionally, some have found that this herb can be great for reducing stress, boosting your mood, and melting away your worries. So, creating a thyme tea would be perfect for the health of your mouth and helping to get over an illness!

Thyme Uses: Foods and Beverages Thyme Uses: Foods and Beverages

Today, thyme is a common herb that many cooks choose to use to enhance the flavor of a dish. Some people describe the taste of thyme as being sweeter than sage and slightly spicier than oregano. Typically, people are referring to the leaves when they are talking about this herb. However, the blossoms are edible, too. Many people say that these flowers add a lemon-ish taste to the food. Also, some people will use these flowers to create their own flavored butter. If you don’t want to eat these flowers, then you can harvest the stems. Simply harvest them before they get the chance to bloom. Even if you are not ready to use what you harvest, you can store these herbs in an airtight container for some time.

Not only does this herb taste good, but it has some great properties for your body, too. First, thyme has been known to lower your blood pressure, lower your heart rate, and improve your circulation. Also, the antioxidant levels are perfect for promoting the health of your cells. Another benefit is that the herb has vitamins that promote good eye health. So, there are plenty of reasons to add some thyme to your typical diet.

Using thyme in the kitchen is a great way to spice up your meals and provide your body with benefits. If you are looking for meal ideas, then check out Cooking Lights’ article called Cooking with Thyme. This web page has all kinds of scrumptious recipes that would be great for dinner and perfectly include thyme. So, you can eat delicious food that is great for your body.

Thyme Uses: Other UsesThyme Uses: Other Uses

Another one of thyme’s many uses is repelling pests either inside or outside your home. If you have a pest problem with mice, rats, insects, or mosquitoes, then you may want to give this herb a try. You can use thyme in a recipe for homemade mosquito repellent and spray these pests away. Also, you can rub some thyme between your hands to release the essential oils and spread this goodness all over to repel mosquitoes. Additionally, you can spread the herb around your home or garden area to ward off some of the other pests. Just be aware that simply planting thyme won’t do the trick. You need to expose the natural oils found in thyme in order for it to have any effect.

Also, some gardeners have found that the blooms of the thyme plant attract bees. So, if you want more pollinators in your garden these flowers may be a good way to go. Just make sure to let a few of your sprigs go uncut so they can grow enough to produce these bee friendly flowers!

Another useful idea for thyme is to create your own homemade cleaning products to clean your surfaces. Since this herb contains antibacterial properties it would make a perfect addition to a natural home cleaner.

Thyme Uses: Herbal Folklore

Did you know that herbs were such an integral part of life that there are even stories of folklore around some of them? Thyme was often thought of as a favorite of fairies. So, a new patch of wild thyme would’ve been where the fairies had danced. Also, there was some myth in German and Danish folklore that certain thyme oil could be used to allow us to see the fairies. However, this thyme oil would’ve had to have been gathered on the side of a hill where fairies were previously.

Also, English and French people thought that creating a bed of thyme in their garden would attract fairies to stay in their gardens. Plus, the fairy Puck in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream talks about the thyme on the bank of the river, which shows how important it was thought to be for fairies. If you would like to learn more about fairy lore, then you can check out Where the Wild Thyme Grows: Fairies by Mother Earth Living.

Thyme Uses: Talk to Us Thyme Uses: Talk to Us

Hopefully, there was something you found interesting about thyme in this natural beauty blog! We at Natures Garden would love to answer your questions. So, any of your questions or concerns about using this herb in your recipes can be directed to us. You can find us in a few different ways, including stopping by the store, calling, or finding us online. You can reach us online on our Facebook page or use @ngscents to find us on either Instagram or Twitter. This is the perfect place to ask questions and chat with other like-minded people. You don’t want to miss out!

Thyme Uses: Reminder About Natures Garden Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our thyme herb for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information that we provide only is for educational purposes. We do not intend to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease with this information. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this information. Make sure that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. The customer has all the responsibility of testing.

Nov
27

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base


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15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base

If you are like me, you probably have lip balms everywhere. I keep them in my coat pocket, purse, car, on my nightstand. My kids go through lip balms in the winter like you wouldn’t believe. In fact, my son is famous for leaving them in his pants pocket where they will end up going through the wash.  If you are looking to shake up your line of lip care products, then Nature’s Garden has 15 ways to use all natural lip balm base. From lip scrubs to fun, yummy lip balms, to solid perfumes, these recipes will be sure to keep your lips soft, smooth and hydrated from the dry winter air!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: It’s All About the Base

To make good lip balm then it’s all about the base! You need a good base to stand on! Natures Garden’s all natural lip balm base is 100% all natural and is made with only the finest, top-of-the line ingredients, several of which are also certified organic. The ingredients include coconut oil, beeswax, organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter, tocopherol (vitamin e).  You will notice how our lip balm base feels silky smooth on your lips, absorbs easily. Your lips will not be left feeling tacky like many petroleum-based lip balms.

In the long run, this lip balm base will save you time and money. First off, the ingredients are already mixed together for you.  All you will have to do is melt the lip balm, add flavoring, sweetener (powdered stevia with maltodextrin), and color (if desired), pour into lip balm tubes or pots, and allow to set up at room temperature.

Did you know? One pound of our lip balm base makes approximately 65 1/4 oz. lip balm pots, or approximately  90-94 lip balm tubes!  This product allows you to easily, and affordably add new products to your line; all of which have good profit returns. There’s the money saving aspect of this incredibly versatile product!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: What Else Can You Create With It?

Our lip balm can be used to make more than just lip balm!!  You can use the very same base to create your own all natural solid perfume!  Another perk to using this base is you can create an all-natural vapor rub.  This base is also perfect for making your own foot balms and lotion bars! Why buy numerous ingredients to make these products when all you need is this one base? So many things you can create all in a one pound container! Now that you know how awesome this lip balm base is, let’s show you all the things you can make with it!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Solid Massage Bar Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Solid Massage Bar Recipe

First up is our Solid Massage Bar Recipe. This is a fun way to add some moisture into your skin and have a little treat at the end! This recipe uses our all natural lip balm base and our Black Cherry BOOM flavoring! Since this bar is made in our deodorant containers, it’s easy to apply to any sore, tired muscles with no messy clean-up!  A pair of chocolate lips centered on top is the sweet treat waiting for you when you’re done. Soft, moisturized skin and a chocolate treat is how we should always end the day!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

Sugar scrubs, be they for lips, faces or legs, are a wonderful way to get rid of dry, dead skin cells. Sugar is a natural humectant and generally, everybody has sugar in their cabinets. This sweet little Brown Sugar Lip Scrub is quick and simple to make. Using the all natural lip balm base, some brown sugar and our Chocolate Bon Bon flavoring, these lip scrubs will be gone before you know it! Your lips will be silky soft and hydrated after just one use! This recipe makes 7-10 ml lip balm pots!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe

This may look and smell like a tiny serving of creme brulee dessert, but sadly, it is not. This Creme Brulee lip scrub is made with white chocolate mixed in with some all natural lip base. The topping is the scrub part. Lip balm base mixed with some brown sugar! Of course, we used our Creme Brulee flavoring! This is a perfectly sweet way to get your lips soft and smooth with a sweet aftertaste!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Winter Wonderland Lip Balm Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Winter Wonderland Lip Balm Recipe

This Winter Wonderland lip balm is my favorite lip balm. I always have some of these around my house, in my purse or car. We made this fresh lip balm using Peppermint Essential oil and white chocolate mixed in the all natural lip balm base. Lastly, we sprinkled in a touch of Diamond Dust. Your lips will feel sparkly cool and refreshed with a swipe of this across those dry, winter lips!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe

Here we have a Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks that is made in lip balm tubes instead of the usual lip balm pot. We used our Bubblegum flavoring to give it a classic taste, plus we added regular white sugar for the scrub and a touch of Passion Plum lip tint to give your lips some color! This is such an easy recipe, even the kids can make it!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Solid Glittered Perfume Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Solid Glittered Perfume Recipe

So we said our All Natural Lip Balm Base wasn’t just for lips! Here is our Solid Glittered Perfume recipe to show you! Simply melt your lip balm base, stir in some Diamond Dust for the sparkle and a fragrance oil. Place in 10 ml. lip balm pots. Simply swipe your finger across the base once it has set up, and place your scent where you normally would put regular perfume! Behind your ears or on your wrist. This type of perfume is perfect for your purse or pocket!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe

This recipe is so easy it should be illegal! This is a Natural Sugar Lip Scrub is a perfect recipe for your tween who is looking to make party favors or even a little extra change for her pocket! Simply melt the All Natural Lip Balm Base and a touch of grapeseed oil for some added shine to your lips! A pinch of sugar, Blue Raspberry Slushie flavoring and a tiny touch of Diva Red lip tint for color! This recipe will make 10- 10 ml lip scrubs!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Kiss of Death Lip Venom Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Kiss of Death Lip Venom Recipe

Be careful who you kiss after you rub some of this Kiss of Death Lip Venom on your lips! You may stun them with the sweet Kiss of Death flavoring! This is also an easy lip balm recipe and it makes 20-10 ml lip balm pots. These are perfect for Halloween treats or even Valentine’s Day treats! Kids will love them as will adults!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Shimmery Lip Gloss Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Shimmery Lip Gloss Recipe

This Shimmery Lip Gloss Recipe is made using Nature’s Garden All Natural Lip Balm base and a touch of fractionated coconut oil to give your soft lips some shine! With some Strawberry Sorbet flavoring, a drop or two of lip tint in any color you choose and a sprinkle of diamond dust, your lips will be yummy and kissably soft when the time comes!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Monkey Farts Lip Balm Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Monkey Farts Lip Balm Recipe

I can happily say that I have never smelled a monkey fart, but if they are anything like what the flavoring is then it might not be that bad! I am also sure that the kids will love this lip Monkey Farts Lip balm recipe! Anything that has the word “fart” in it has to be fun!  Plus, it makes 20- 10 ml lip balm pots so you are sure to have enough for quite a while! Simply melt the all natural lip balm base, add in your Monkey Farts flavoring and fill up your lip balm pots and let them set up! Boom! You are done and your kids’ lips will stay soft and healthy looking all winter long!

15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Dual Quench Lipstick Recipe15 Ways To Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Dual Quench Lipstick Recipe

This is a fun and creative lip balm that looks like it was complicated to make, however, with a little ingenuity, is really a very simple process. We even added an extra touch of vitamin E to this Dual Quench Lipstick to give it some extra nourishment for your lips. Plus, with the tinted center, you can add some light color to your lips! This recipe is enough to make 25 lip balm tubes!

15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe

Lip gloss is really easy to make when you use our all natural lip balm base. We no longer carry the roller ball lip containers, but they are easy to find on any craft supply websites.  Fractionated coconut oil will give your lips a kissable softness that you won’t believe! We chose our yummy Juicy Orange flavoring. Once you make this recipe, you will no longer want to buy any from the store again!

15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Natural Lipstick Recipe15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Natural Lipstick Recipe

Once you make our Natural Lipstick recipe, you will wonder why it’s so expensive to buy in the store. This lipstick uses our All Natural Lip Balm base along with beeswax and some titanium dioxide. The titanium dioxide allows the lipstick to glide on your lips nice and smoothly and the beeswax helps seal in the moisture you get from the lip balm base. Vitamin E is perfect to help your lips look healthy! You can choose any color of lip tint and even add in some Diamond Dust for a little sparkly! Once you see how easy it is to make your own lipstick with natural ingredients, you will be hooked!

15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Chunky Lip Balm Recipe15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Chunky Lip Balm Recipe

To color your lips or not color your lips? That will be the question with this unique Chunky Lip Balm recipe. This lip balm has chunks of colored lip balm that were dropped into uncolored lip balm. Not only does it look cool, but if you choose to add a little color to your lips than just swipe your finger across the color part. Just want to go au naturel? Then you can choose to use the uncolored part. Or use both and get a hint of color. We selected our sweet Strawberry Sorbet and even added a sprinkle of Diamond Dust for some shimmer!

15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Embedded Heart Lip Balm Recipe15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: Embedded Heart Lip Balm Recipe

This Embedded Heart Lip Balm is an awesome recipe for Valentine’s gifts! Made very similar to the Chunky Lip Balm Recipe, we made heart embeds with our lip balm base, a touch of Red Hot Momma lip tint, some Diamond Dust and our Guava flavoring. After allowing these embeds to harden, we then placed them in lip balm pots containing melted, uncolored lip balm wax that was also flavored in guava! They set up beautifully and give you the opportunity to choose all color, no color or light coloring to your soft, sweet lips! It might look complicated, but you know how easy it is!

 

15 Ways to Use All Natural Lip Balm Base: That’s All For Now

We hope you enjoyed learning about the different ways to use our All Natural Lip Balm Base! Making lip balm doesn’t have to be just plain old lip balm either! You can get creative since all your ingredients are in one container! Plus, you can make lotion bars, and solid perfume if you choose to expand your line of products.  Some lip balm base, lip balm containers, color and flavors than the sky is the limit with what you create! With the all natural ingredients, your lips will look healthy, nourished and feel moisturized this winter. No more dry, chapped lips for you, family or clients! Enjoy!

If you feel like showing off any of the creations you made, come show us! We love hearing from our customers and seeing the awesome things you all make! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents) and Instagram (@ngscents). Take a video or picture of what you are making or made and be sure to tell us what Nature’s Garden product you used and we will share it for all of our followers.

Nov
26

What is Bee Pollen Powder?


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What is Bee Pollen Powder?What is Bee Pollen Powder?

If you have been wondering “What is bee pollen powder?”, then you may want to stick around for this blog. This Natures Garden herb is made up of ground up bee pollen granules, which makes it easy to add your homemade soaps and cosmetics. Further, the herb powder is a perfect way to naturally color bath and body recipes. Also, the bee powder is full of vitamins and nutrients that a healthy body needs! We utilize these nutrients to create bath and beauty products that are amazing for the skin. But, there are those that use the bee pollen granules to provide benefits to the inside of their body, too. You can learn about all the beneficial properties that bee pollen has for both your homemade products and your whole body in one of our homemaking blogs for bath and body products!

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: What is Bee Pollen Made Out Of ?What is Bee Pollen Powder?: What is Bee Pollen Made Out Of?

While bees collect pollen from plants, like flowers, this pollen alone is not bee pollen. Now, you may be asking “Well then, what is what is bee pollen made from?”. This process starts with the plant pollen and nectar that the bees collect for food. The type of pollen differs based on the on the area, as there will be different types of flowers available.

Then, the bees mix the collected pollen with nectar from its honey sacks. This creates the bee pollen, which are larger granules that make it easier to transport pollen back to the hive. So, the bees will store the bee pollen in a special pouch in their hind legs to transport it back to their home. Then, the bees will transport this to the hive where they can enzymes to it.  The bees will digest the bee pollen to turn it into honey, which has all the nutrients needed to feed young bees and worker bees alike.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: How is Bee Pollen Harvested?

Well, how is bee pollen gathered before the bees turn it into honey? Obviously, the bee pollen would need to be collected before the bees take it into their hive. After this point, it will be in the process of becoming honey. So, beekeepers will use a special comb-like device that bees have to pass through before getting into the hive. As a bee passes through the comb some of the pollen will be pushed out of the bee’s pouch. This allows a portion of the bee pollen to be collected while leaving some for the bees to turn into honey.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Industrial Uses

We know that bee pollen is used to make food for the bees, but how is bee pollen good for you? Bee pollen is full of all kinds of nutrients that your body needs, which makes it amazing for giving your body a revitalizing boost. Since bee pollen is full of vitamins and nutrients, there are many industry uses for this lovely product. This means that there are all kinds of ways that people have found to include use this natural wonder. Whether you use bee pollen for cosmetic purposes or include a bee pollen supplement in your diet, there are many beneficial properties for your body.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Foods and BeveragesWhat is Bee Pollen Powder?: Foods and Beverages

Many people enjoy adding bee pollen to their food or smoothies as a nutrition boost. In fact, the abundance of nutrients are useful for combating fatigue and stress by supporting your nutrition levels. Since the vitamins and nutrients in this supplement support healthy body function, you are sure to feel more lively. Plus, bee pollen will help you ward off sickness, as it has been shown to boost the immune system. Also, this natural supplement has been useful in reducing nutritional deficiencies, which would lead to negative consequences. These consequences could include health problems or poor development in children. This is just a few of the reasons why adding bee pollen to healthy food is something that many people enjoy!

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: What Does Bee Pollen Taste Like?What is Bee Pollen Powder?: What Does Bee Pollen Taste Like?

Of course, anyone considering adding a new food to there diet would be curious about the taste. We have been told that bee pollen is an acquired taste, so some healthy eaters will disguise it in their food. Further, the taste can differ slightly depending on the pollen sources available around the hive. This means that both the color and taste can change slightly based on location and time of year. Some bee pollen has a nut-like flavor that is a little sweet and other times it can be more bitter. While some people will eat the bee pollen on food or like a pill with water, others may hide the flavor in a smoothie. It all depends on your preference and the time of year you get your bee pollen.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Bath and Body ProductsWhat is Bee Pollen Powder?: Bath and Body Products

Bee Pollen Powder is a wonderful herb that provides all kinds of benefits to natural bath and body products. First, this herb can be used as a natural colorant. The pretty yellow color is perfect for creating bath and body products that are light, warm, and natural. So, this cosmetic herb is great for adding to your bath and body supplies, as it provides you with perfect hues for wholesale body products using natural bee ingredients.

Additionally, bee pollen has all kinds of wonderful properties to benefit your skin. First, using this cosmetic herb for making lotion from scratch is a perfect way to introduce these beneficial properties to your skin. The high levels of antioxidants in this cosmetic herb are able to help reduce aging, as it reduces the effect of free radicals, UV light, and pollutants. Further, bee pollen has an antibiotic effect that will help to reduce acne break outs. Plus, some research has shown that bee pollen can be used on the skin to speed healing and prevent infection due to its antibacterial properties.

How to Use Spirulina Powder: Natures Garden RecipesHow to Use Bee Pollen Powder: Natures Garden Recipes

Also, you can incorporate bee pollen power in a wonderful cold process soap recipe! Our Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap Recipe combines the beneficial properties of real honey and raw bee pollen to create an amazing recipe for the skin. Since much of the antibacterial and anti inflammatory properties are from the bee pollen, this combination enhances the honey’s properties to new levels. This soap can be useful for moisturizing the skin, reducing wrinkles, and even preventing acne break outs. Plus, some cases of eczema have been reduced after regular use, as it reduces inflammation and soothes the skin.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: MedicinalWhat is Bee Pollen Powder?: Medicinal

Throughout history, there is evidence of humans incorporating bee in medical practices. There were ancient civilizations, including Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, American Indian, and many more, used bee pollen to create rejuvenating blends. These blends varied from the Greek and Egyptians using it to increase stamina before battle to the medicinal tonics of ancient Chinese civilizations. Further, bee pollen has even been referred to as “Ambrosia” by some civilizations, which means food of the Gods. Today, we still utilize the natural properties of bee pollen to provide our bodies with a nutrient boost and enhance our health. In fact, it is considered a superfood that is often used in smoothie blends.

What has continued to make bee pollen popular for improving health is its many natural, beneficial properties for the body. First, it has vitamins that are useful for boosting the immune system, which protect you from diseases or infections. Also, bee pollen has anti-inflammatory properties that can be used for reducing the symptoms of arthritis, gout, or even menstrual cramps. Another benefit is that bee pollen promotes liver health with its high level of antioxidants that are able to help your liver detox the body. Additionally, bee pollen powder has been linked to a reduction in bad cholesterol, which has led to better cardiovascular health and even suggested a decreased risk of blood clots.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Other UsesWhat is Bee Pollen Powder?: Other Uses

Another benefit of bee pollen is that it can be used to help reduce minor seasonal allergies. Many people will find local beehives to find bee pollen harvested from the area. You can take this region specific bee pollen every day to help build up an immunity to the pollen that you experience in your area. You will want to start with a small amount and work your way up to a slightly larger amount. Also, you will want to begin this process a few weeks before pollen season begins.

Eventually, you won’t have as bad of a reaction from seasonal allergies caused by the pollen in your area. However, anyone with serious allergic reactions to honey, pollen, or bee stings as well as anyone taking regular medications should all consult a doctor before committing to taking bee pollen. If you would like to learn more about how to take bee pollen, then check out this article called How Bee Pollen Could Cure Your Allergies by Mind Body Green. This article talks about how bee pollen wards your body from your allergies and gives a suggested amount for daily use.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Get Healthy with Bee Pollen

If you want to try adding granules of bee pollen to your diet, then Healthy Smoothie Headquarters is a great place to start. They have an article with a recipe for creating a smoothie that is absolutely scrumptious. Recipes like these are extremely useful for anyone that would love to reap the benefits of bee pollen but hate the taste. Plus, this article even talks about a few more benefits and bonuses of eating bee pollen regularly. So, check out the Blissful Bee Pollen Smoothie and see what all the buzz is about!

If you are curious about all the nutrients in bee pollen, then you may want to check out an article by Bee Pollen Buzz. This article, called What is Bee Pollen?,  perfectly answers the question of “What nutrients does bee pollen contain?” and shows you exactly what is known to be in bee pollen that is just so good for us. In fact, this article breaks down the good stuff in bee pollen, like all the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Plus, they go into the number of calories, fats, carbs, and protein, too. So, this is a perfect break down for any curious healthy eaters out there.

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Talk to UsWhat is Bee Pollen Powder?: Talk to Us

We hope that you’ve enjoyed learning a bit about this wonderful cosmetic herb. If you want to include even more herbs in your wholesale bath and body supplies, then check out some of our other Herbs and Spices. You can create some skin-loving products with a blend of fantastic herbs.  If you have questions about bee pollen powder or any other herbs that we carry, then please ask us! You can always ask us questions in store, on the phone, and on social media. We have a Facebook page that you can use to reach us. Also, we have a Twitter account and an Instagram account (@ngscents) . We hope to hear from you soon!

What is Bee Pollen Powder?: Reminder About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our bee pollen powder for external use only. While you can purchase food grade bee pollen elsewhere, we do not sell them as food items. Also, the information that we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease and this information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. We suggest that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. The responsibility of the customer is to test all of their own created products.

Nov
21

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?


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What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?

What is cornsilk? The cornsilk is the shiny fibers between the husk and the corn cob. These fibers are long, stringy and hard to miss. If you are shucking the corn yourself, then you can see the silk poking out of the top and all along the inside of the cob. While it’s typically taken off the corn cob before it is cooked, it doesn’t mean that it is bad for us. Most people just don’t like the strings getting stuck in their teeth, but there are better ways of benefiting from this skin loving herb. So, let’s get to the really important question of, “What are the benefits of cornsilk powder? There are many unique benefits for adding this herb to your homemade bath and body creations. Plus, there are natural medicinal remedies that incorporate this herb. So, there many great properties of this powdered herb to talk about!

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Growing ConditionsWhat are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Growing Conditions

Around here we are no stranger to corn or cornsilk. But, that no surprise as this American staple is perfectly fit for our summer months. Corn stalks love long summer days full of bright sunshine. Also, they need soil slightly acidic and full of nutrients like nitrogen. If the soil is nutrient poor, then you likely will begin to see yellowing leaves. Plus, they need moist soil that is well draining as their roots are close to the surface. Another thing to know about corn is that they use the wind to spread their pollen. So, they should be planted in blocks of at least four rows instead of one long row. This will increase the likelihood of your corn being pollinated and growing correctly.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Why Do Farmers Leave Corn in the Field?What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Why Do Farmers Leave Corn in the Field?

Another interesting aspect of corn farming is the timing of harvesting. There are three phases of the corn. First, is the milk stage where the fluid inside the corn is similar to milk in consistency. Next, is the dough phase where the kernel gets more solid. Finally, you have the driest stage that is referred to as the black layer stage, as the tip of the corn is black. While the corn could be harvested at this point, waiting a bit longer will help cut down on the drying costs.

If the corn isn’t harvested when it is as dry as possible, then the farmer will need to dry it themselves and that costs money. This drying makes it easier to store the corn for the right time to sell. Also, drying helps make sure the corn stays good through the transportation process. So, transportation can effectively get the corn to where it will be used. So, you will often see what looks like dead corn left drying in the fields before it is time to harvest. However, farmers are actually just about ready to harvest these crops. The only concern is that they are more likely to fall on from the plant before harvesting at this point, especially due to a storm or strong breeze.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Industry Uses

There are many ways that cornsilk is used in the industries. First, this cosmetic herb can be used to create all kinds of skin-loving bath and body recipes. Plus, there are many different ways that people use this herb for its natural, medicinal properties. While cornsilk isn’t necessarily used in food products, the corn that it grows on definitely is! So, both cornsilk and corn are incredibly useful in the industry. Next, we will talk about how cornsilk is used and what the benefits of cornsilk are.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Bath and Body ProductsWhat are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Bath and Body Products

There are many benefits to using an herb like cornsilk in your homemade recipes. First of all, this cosmetic powder can be used to provide a natural brown hue for your products. Not only can this herb be used as a natural colorant, but cornsilk powder has some wonderful skin benefits, too! These skin loving properties are perfect for making all kinds of different bath and body recipes as well as various cosmetic recipes. So, we are going to talk about how this herb can benefit various homemade products.

There are many vitamins and nutrients in this cosmetic herb.  These nutrients provide cornsilk with properties that are perfect for homemade cosmetic recipes. First, including this herb in formulations to create cornsilk cosmetics will provide you with a silky feel and a nice glide. This is perfect for homemade lip care, eye shadow, body powders, and so much more. Plus, adding this cosmetic powder to your facial mask recipes will provide you with a skin softening recipe. Further, this herb is thought to help reduce inflammation, which is useful for evening skin tone and reducing some break outs.

Additionally, adding this herb to lotion recipes provides a soft and silky feeling to the lotion and the skin! Also, this botanical herb can be added to soap recipes to provide gentle exfoliation and other wonderful soaping properties. If you are interested in trying out a corn silk soap recipe, check out our find below!

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Food and BeveragesWhat are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Food and Beverages

While the cornsilk isn’t necessarily used for making food, the corn that it grows on makes up for it! In fact, corn makes up a huge part of what we have on our grocery store shelves. Most often, you probably think of the corn that you eat as some delicious sweet corn. Also, you may even think of scrumptious, homemade corn bread. While these definitely count, that is hardly all corn that is used for our food.

First, modified corn sweetener and high fructose corn syrup are both created using corn to create alternative sweeteners. These corn sweeteners are used in things like soda pop and fruit juices as well as ketchup, breads, yogurts and much more. While corn has a lot of nutritional benefits, some people are concerned about this modified sweetener being added so much of our food that it causes weight gain. Second, there is corn that is used to feed livestock, like cows and chickens. Additionally, processed meats, like chicken nuggets and cheap hamburger patties, often use corn filler to stretch the meat as far as it will go. So, much of the meat that we eat relies on corn, too. It can be hard to go a day without eating or eating something that benefited from the use of corn!

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Medicinal

There are many reasons why cornsilk is used in natural home remedies. In fact, Native Americans have used this herb in natural remedies for centuries. Plus, this botanical herb contains vitamins, minerals, fiber, and natural chemicals that continue to make this herb useful in many herbal recipes. While many of these medicinal benefits haven’t been confirmed within the medical community, it is a natural remedy that is sworn to have been helpful for many people.

Most people will create an herbal tea using the corn silk to harness the potential benefits. First, many people will ingest cornsilk powder to help with a variety of urinary issues. These issues include; inflammation in the urinary tract, kidney stones, prostate inflammation, or even bed wetting. Many find cornslik useful for these issues. This is because cornsilk contains chemicals that are known to work similarly to diuretics. Plus, cornsilk has been thought to reduce inflammation. Also, there is some that believe that cornsilk is useful for reducing blood pressure along with cholesterol levels.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Are There Any Side Effects?

People generally believed that cornsilk is safe for most of the population. But, anyone with a corn allergy, low potassium levels, or diabetes shouldn’t take this herbal supplement. You may want to check out the Interactions section of WebMD’s cornsilk page if you are taking any long term medications. For instance, anyone taking a diuretic should be cautious as cornsilk is known to work similarly to the drug. Also, those that are pregnant or breast feeding should use this herb with caution as amounts higher than those normally found in food can lead to potential issues.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Other UsesWhat are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Other Uses

Not only does this herb have benefits for humans, but many pet owners use this herb for their animals. Just like with humans, this natural remedy can be useful for reducing issues with the urinary tract. It is suggested that a fourth cup of tea is used for every twenty pounds your animal weighs, which can be done twice a day. You will want to check with your vet to determine whether your pet’s particular illness isn’t more serious. Also, this remedy isn’t recommended for pregnant animals.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Using Cornsilk in a Cold Process Soap Recipe

Since cornsilk is so beneficial for the skin and soap, we wanted to find a great soap recipe to share. The Corn Silk – What Does it Have to Offer? by Neecy’s Necessities talks about how to include cornsilk in a typical batch of soap. So, you can use your own favorite recipe for soap making. While this recipe asks you to grind fresh corn silk into a powder, it may be easier to use our cornsilk powder to create this soap. Grinding fresh silk takes much more time, effort, and quite a few fibers.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Using Corn for Predicting the Weather

Sometimes animals and plants pick up on the subtle hints that nature provides before we ever could. In this case, plants and animals seem to notice cues that tell them to get prepared for an especially bad winter. So, these organisms will make special preparations that they wouldn’t ordinarily do. While we don’t have enhanced senses, we can pay attention to these organisms to determine whether they think a harsh winter is coming.

One plant that we can pay attention to for signals is corn. According to folklore, corn becomes harder and the husks tighten around the cob when a bad winter is approaching. Since the corn is used to the warm summer weather, a subtle, cold temperature change would lead the corn to want to help protect itself from a harsh winter. If you are curious about more ways to use nature to predict the kind of winter that is to come, then check out Signs of Winter Weather: 14 Folklore Predictions by Momtastic.

What are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Ask Us Your QuestionsWhat are the Benefits of Cornsilk?: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any further questions about this herb or any of the other herbs that we have available on the Herbs and Spices page, then please reach out to us. We are here to answer any questions that you may have about this herb and any other cosmetic quesitons. Also, feel free to share you favorite ways to use corn silk as we would love to hear about it. If you want to chat, you can find us in the NG store, on the phone, or online. If you want to find us online, then check out our social media pages. We are on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon and good luck with your natural recipes!

Note: Natures Garden sells our wholesale cornsilk for external use only. We do not sell these it as a food item. The information that we provide is for educational purposes only. We do  not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease with this information. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated any of this information. First, you will need to keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any of the products that you make with this herb. All testing of finished products is the responsibility of the customer.

Nov
20

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes


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Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic RecipesWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes

If you enjoy the experience of having a fresh cup of hot coffee in the morning, then you will absolutely love this uplifting herb in your various recipes. You can use this herb to enhance the scent of your recipes, exfoliate your skin, and so much more. Whether you using the coffee to enhance the scent of the recipe or add some properties that are beneficial to the skin, you will love all of the fantastic ways to use coffee in your cosmetic recipes.  In fact, there are so many ways to use coffee in your luxurious cosmetic recipes. You can use wholesale supplies from Natures Garden to create cosmetic recipes or scented candle recipes.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream RecipeWays to Use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe

First of all, you can use the freshly ground coffee herb to create the delicious Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe. Not only is the top of this recipe sprinkled with fresh coffee grounds, but real coffee is incorporated into the recipe. Instead of using regular water to create this scented lotion, this bath and body recipe uses freshly brewed coffee. So, this homemade coffee scented lotion will have fresh brewed coffee infused into the formulation.

Not only can you use freshly made coffee in this recipe, but you can use the Worlds Best Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil to add to the scent of your scrumptious lotion recipe. Plus, this scented oil included the aroma of the Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil. So, this true coffee scent has notes of rich chocolate with buttery caramel and vanilla creme with a touch of almond and hazelnut. Also, this creamy lotion recipe uses moisturizing cosmetic oils and butters that will perfectly nourish the skin. Altogether all of these cosmetic ingredients are perfect for creating a scrumptious scented lotion recipe.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap Recipe

Next, you can try out adding fresh coffee to your homemade soap recipe. The Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap Recipe uses luscious cosmetic oils that nourish the skin. Plus, this homemade soap recipe includes both fresh coffee grounds and whole coffee beans. The refresh ground coffee grounds are perfect for lightly exfoliating your skin. Further, the whole coffee beans are perfect for decorating the top of these cold process soap bar recipes. Plus, the scent of our Cappuccino Fragrance Oil blends perfectly with the scent of the fresh coffee herb. So, this scented soap will have notes of heavy cream and sugar along with the scrumptious aroma of freshly brewed coffee. So, the blend of this cosmetic herb with the scent of our fragrance oil creates a truly fantastic aroma. This lovely aroma combined with the nourishing cosmetic ingredients creates a perfect soap recipe.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Hair Conditioner Recipe for BrunettesWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Hair Conditioner Recipe for Brunettes

Plus, you can use fresh coffee to create our Hair Conditioner Recipe for Brunettes. You will love the benefits that this cosmetic recipe for your scalp and hair. Not only will the added coffee provide benefits that will leave your hair healthy and gorgeous, but this cosmetic herb will provide a natural color that is perfect for this conditioner for brunettes. Plus, the scent of the freshly brewed coffee perfectly blends with the aroma of our Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil to create a fantastic scent. So, you will have the added benefit of having hair that has an aroma of rich roasted Jamaican coffee with notes of sweet vanilla beans. This combination of cosmetic ingredients will provide your with a hair care recipe that will nourish your hair and provide a gorgeous coffee aroma.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Cinnanut Coffee Soap RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Cinnanut Coffee Soap Recipe

Another great scented soap recipe that you can add some  fresh coffee to is the Cinnanut Coffee Soap Recipe. This cosmetic recipe uses melt and pour soap along with a whipped soap base. This combination of ingredients is perfect for creating a cleansing bar of soap. Plus, these cosmetic ingredients are gentle enough to nourish the skin as well.

Not only will this scented soap making recipe care for the skin, but this scented soap recipe includes the fantastic aroma. This aroma is the sweet coffee aroma of our Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil. This will provide your soap with notes of fresh roasted Colombian coffee that is balanced with warm cinnamon, buttery roasted Brazil nuts, and rich maple. Plus, the fresh scent of the coffee herb is enhanced by the aroma of this scented oil and fresh coffee. So, you will love the delightful blend of these scents in your finished melt and pour soap recipe!

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Coffee Butter Scrub RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe

Also, you can create the Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe with freshly ground coffee beans. These fresh coffee grounds are perfect for lightly exfoliating the skin. Not only is this cosmetic herb good for skin care, but these fresh coffee grounds enhance the scent of our scented oil. The  Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil has a scrumptious aroma of a fresh brewed cup of coffee with notes of chocolate syrup, creamy vanilla, and sweet marshmallow. Plus, this scented body and body recipe uses skin loving cosmetic oils and butters that will both exfoliate and nourish the skin. So, this luscious cosmetic recipe is perfect for skin care as well as providing a lovely coffee aroma that you will be sure to enjoy.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Coffee Melt and Pour Soap RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Coffee Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Also, you can use your fresh coffee grounds to create the fantastically scented Coffee Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This mp soap recipe is both scrumptious and simple to create! First of all, the fresh coffee herb in this scented soap recipe will provide your soap bars with skin benefits. This added herb can be used to both exfoliate and scent your melt and pour soap recipe. Plus, the ground coffee herb blends perfectly with the strong, true aroma of our Worlds Best Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance OilFurther, the melt and pour soap can become even more conditioning by including the skin loving cosmetic ingredient of cocoa butter So, you can use these fantastic cosmetic ingredients to create a luxurious and nourishing bar of homemade soap.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe

Plus, you can use the fresh coffee herb to create another lovely bath and body recipe. You can use our Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe to create a fantastic bath bomb recipe that you are sure to enjoy! Not only will this cosmetic recipe leave you with a fun, fizzy bath, but this cosmetic recipe includes the nourishing properties of the apricot kernel oil. Further, this lovely aroma blends the fresh scent of coffee grounds with the aroma of our Original Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil. So, you will be provided with a strong, true coffee scent with a slight chocolate scent. Altogether the ingredients in this bath bomb recipe will allow you to relax and enjoy the aroma of coffee as you kick back in the bath tub.  

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub RecipeWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Although our Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe doesn’t call for any fresh coffee, you could absolutely add some coffee grounds to your coffee scented sugar scrubs. This particular cosmetic recipe uses whipped soap to both cleanse and moisturize the skin. Plus, this fantastic cosmetic recipe can be used to scent the Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil. So, your scrumptious scented sugar scrub will have an aroma of fresh brewed cappuccino with sweet notes of heavy cream and sweet, sugary caramel. Together the skin loving properties of the whipped soap with the scrumptious coffee aroma will provide you with a fantastic bath and body recipe!

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance OilWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil

Also, you can blend our Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil with the aroma of fresh coffee to create a scrumptious bath and body recipe. So, your cosmetic recipes will have an aroma of rich roasted hazelnuts with buttery notes that will perfectly blend to create a lovely, skin nourishing recipe that smells absolutely fantastic!

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance OilWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil

Another great scented oil that you can include with ground coffee is our Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil. You can use the fresh scent of fresh coffee with the aroma of Arabica coffee with creamy notes of vanilla and nutty hazelnuts. Together these scents will provide you with a coffee scented cosmetic recipe that is nourishing for the skin. All of these lovely properties will create a perfect cosmetic recipe that you are sure to enjoy.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance OilWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil

Of course, the delightful aroma of the fresh ground coffee would blend perfectly with the scent of our French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil. The ground coffee will enhance the scrumptious sugary aroma of sweet vanilla coffee. So, this blend of wonderful scents would be perfect to use to provide you with a scrumptious cosmetic recipe.

Not only can you make all kinds of fantastic cosmetic recipes, but you can use coffee to create room scent recipes, too. So, you can create the lovely Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts Recipe with real aromatic herbs like coffee. Of course, using these fresh coffee beans will enhance the scrumptious scent of these scented wax melt recipe.  Further, the aroma of the Snicker Doodle Cookies Fragrance Oil adds a sweet aroma of French vanilla with a bit of cinnamon, gingerbread, and maple syrup. This will allow you to create a fantastic wax tart recipe that will provide you with a lovely room scent.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Benefits of Coffee in Skin Care Recipes

Of course, we all know that freshly made coffee will have a wonderful aroma. This energizing aroma will make it perfect to add to your cosmetic candle supplies or soap making supplies. Plus, there are all kinds of other reasons for using fresh coffee in your skin care recipes. This energetic cosmetic herb is perfect for exfoliating and nourishing the body. So, this cosmetic herb can be useful for improving your complexion and making you feel rejuvenated. If you are interested, then you can check out Why Coffee Is Good for Your Skin from Teen Vogue to learn about even more about the many benefits this herb can provide.

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Reach Out to UsWays to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these fun coffee scented cosmetic recipes and fun cafe fragrance oils. If you have any questions about any of these various recipes, then you can feel free to reach out to us. There are a few different ways that you can reach out to us, which include the Natures Garden store, the phone help line, and social media. First, you can find us on the Facebook page. Alternatively, you can use @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. You can use these social media platforms to ask questions as well as talk to other craft makers. So, we hope that we will hear from you all very soon!

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes: A Note About Our Herbs

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is your own responsibility as the customer. If you plan to resell any of the recipes that we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations if applicable. If there are any ingredients listed that we don’t sell for one of the Natures Garden recipes, we cannot offer you any advice on where to purchase those ingredients. Also, we do not offer any advice on formulating cosmetic recipes. Further, we will not we give advice on altering our existing bath and body recipes.

Nov
19

Herbal Scrub Recipes


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Herbal Scrub RecipesHerbal Scrub Recipes

There are some handcrafted herbal scrub recipes that you can find from Natures Garden. Each of these body scrub recipes uses different cosmetic herbs. Each of these cosmetic herbs provide your cosmetic recipes with specific beneficial property. These herbs have properties like natural colorants, nourishing vitamins, and other great benefits. So, you will be sure to love the combination of the body scrub benefits and these skin loving cosmetic herbs.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Foaming Hibiscus Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe

First of all, we have the many beneficial properties you can obtain by from our Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe. Some of the best properties in this skin loving recipe are due to both the Hibiscus Flowers Powder and the Hibiscus Flowers Whole that are incorporated in the formulation. These cosmetic herbs are perfect for nourishing the skin.

This lovely bath and body recipe uses the skin loving herb of Hibiscus Flowers whole to improve your complexion and nourish your skin. Further, this herb has been known to be useful for reducing signs of aging. So, the antioxidants and amino acids in this cosmetic herb can be used to reduce wrinkles and soften the skin. Plus, this cosmetic herb can be used to cleanse, soothe. This herb has even been known to reduce acne! So, there are all kinds of benefits you can gain from this wholesale herb. Not only does this lovely herb care for your skin, but it can be used as a natural colorant as well! So, you can use these wholesale herb supplies to create a cute and effective bath and body recipe!

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Seaside Spa Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe

Our Seaside Spa Scrub Recipe is another great cosmetic recipe that you can create with the cosmetic ingredients from Natures Garden. This handmade body scrub recipe is perfect for providing you with a relaxing day at home. This kelp scrub is perfect for having a lovely spa day right at home. Plus, this lovely spa recipe uses cosmetic herbs that will perfectly nourish the skin.

One fabulous herb used in this bath and body recipe is the nourishing kelp powdered herb. This cosmetic herb uses nourishing vitamins and minerals that will care for the skin. Also, this body scrub recipe uses orange peel powder and lemon peel powder. These citrus herbs will provide your skin with nourishment and cleanse as well. Plus, this cosmetic recipe includes the Spirulina powder to nourish the skin by providing fantastic vitamins and minerals. Plus, this cosmetic herb will provide your scrub with a natural green color. So, you can use this combination of skin nourishing herbs to create a wonderful body scrub recipe.

Herbal Scrub Recipes:  Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes:  Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe

Another herbal scrub that you can create is the beautiful Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe. This skin loving bath and body recipe uses fantastic Natures Garden herbs, like the Beet Root Powder and Whole Lavender Flowers. These lovely herbs provide some lovely benefits and enhance the quality of your finished scrubs.

First of all, the beet root powder will provide your body scrubs with some benefits for the body. This cosmetic herb can be used to nourish the skin with vitamins and minerals that will care for the skin. Plus, this herb powder can be used to naturally color your scrub with a pretty pink hue. Second, this cosmetic scrub includes beautiful lavender flowers. These lovely cosmetic flowers are perfect for providing an authentic, herbal lavender scent. Further, these cosmetic lavender blossoms can be used to lightly exfoliate your skin along with the white granulated sugar.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can create the lovely citrus peel salt scrub recipe with skin loving cosmetic ingredients. This refreshing blend of skin care ingredients is perfect for exfoliating and nourishing the skin. Plus, the citrus herb powders provide a bright aroma that you will love. The blend of orange and lemon peel powder is perfect for providing your skin with some nourishing properties. Since these wholesale cosmetic herbs contain various vitamins, these herbs are perfect for nourishing the skin.

10 Ways to Use Orange Peel: Pampered Foot Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe

Also, you can try creating the skin softening Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe. This is a perfect body scrub recipe to help you smooth out rough skin on your feet or tough calluses on hands. Of course, the benefits of this cosmetic scrub come from the exfoliating poppy seeds herb as well as  the moisturizing cosmetic oils. So, this is a fantastic herb to create to nourish your skin.

One of the cosmetic herbs that are in this scrub recipe is the wholesale poppy seeds. This wholesale herb provides nice exfoliation for the skin and makes the scrub perfect for smoothing tough skin.  Another cosmetic herb that this scrub recipe uses is the orange peel powder herb. This wholesale herb has vitamins that will nourish the skin. Further, this lovely cosmetic herb is known to have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that can cleanse the body. Plus, these properties might be useful in  preserving the finished scrub. Finally, this cosmetic recipe uses aloe vera leaf powder to nourish and heal the skin. So, this wholesale scrub can be used to soothe irritated, inflamed, and burnt by the sun. Together these cosmetic ingredients would be perfect for caring for the skin.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Solid Pink Salt Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe

Another great cosmetic recipe that you can create is the Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe. This salt scrub recipe will exfoliate your skin. Both the Himalayan pink salt coarse ground and the Himalayan pink salt fine ground. After, your skin will be nourished by the conditioning properties of our melt and pour soap. Not only will this cosmetic recipe nourish the skin, but this cosmetic recipe will cleanse your body as well. So, together all of these beneficial properties will combine to create a perfect cosmetic scrub recipe.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe

Further, you can create another scented body scrub with lovely ingredients, like our wholesale cosmetic herbs. The Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe from Natures Garden is both nourishing and exfoliating for your skin. First, the scrub uses the sugar to exfoliate dead skin and other grime. Once your skin is clear, the recipe continues to care for the skin as it nourishes your with butters and oils. These beneficial properties are perfect for leaving your skin soft and glowing.

Of course, this scrub recipe uses luxurious cosmetic oils and exfoliating white sugar. Plus, this wholesale scrub uses the poppy seed herb to add to the exfoliating power of this sugar scrub. Also, this cosmetic scrub recipe uses the camu camu fruit powder. This cosmetic herb has vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that will nourish the skin. These nourishing properties are known to help protect the skin from aging.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Activated Charcoal Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe

Another great cosmetic scrub recipe that you can create is the Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe. This charcoal sugar scrub recipe will nourish your skin with luscious oils and butters. Then, the scrub will exfoliate the skin with granulated sugar. Further, this cosmetic recipe uses activated charcoal that is great for skin care. First of all, this body scrub recipe uses activated charcoal powder. Activated charcoal is perfect for cleansing the skin. Activated charcoal is known to adsorb dirt and grime. Then, the grime will remain stuck to the charcoal. It can then be washed away easily. So, this activated charcoal body scrub is perfect for cleansing and nourishing the skin!

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe

Another great cosmetic bath and body recipe that you can make is our Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe. This body scrub recipe is a bit different from some of our other nourishing sugar scrub recipes. The biggest difference is that this scrubbing recipe is more gentle than many of our other scrubs. So, this beautiful bath and body recipe would be perfect for cleansing your face or providing gentle exfoliation while shaving.

First, the cosmetic clay in this cosmetic scrub recipe is perfect for providing a gentle exfoliation. So, this is a great way for people with sensitive skin to exfoliate. Further, this can be used to help draw toxins out of the skin and help to reduce inflammation. Plus, rose clay powder is perfect for providing a pretty light pink color for your bath and body scrub. So, this whipped shaving cream recipe is perfect for skin care and providing a beautiful, natural color.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can create the skin nourishing cosmetic recipe of Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe. This conditioning cosmetic recipe uses nourishing oils and butters that will care for the skin. Plus, the granulated white sugar will exfoliate the skin and provide you with soft, smooth skin. Further, this cosmetic recipe uses wholesale herbs that add to the abundance of beneficial properties.

First, the delightful pumpkin pie spice blend powder is added to the cosmetic scrub recipe. Of course, this spice blend will have a wonderful spice aroma and provide a natural brown color. This means that your scrub recipe will have the beneficial properties of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg. Also, this cosmetic scrub uses the orange peel powder. This cosmetic herb is perfect for providing a natural color. Further, this cosmetic ingredient has beneficial properties that will help cleanse and nourish the skin.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub RecipeHerbal Scrub Recipes: Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe

Also, you can create the Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe from Natures Garden. This emulsified layered scrub uses luxurious cosmetic oils and exfoliating brown sugar to create a fantastic bath and body recipe. Further, this cosmetic recipe uses wholesale herbs that smell absolutely scrumptious. So, this handmade body scrub recipe is a perfect bath and body recipe that cares for the skin and smells fabulous.

The blend of cosmetic herbs in this recipe make for a perfect combination to compliment the aroma of the Cinnabun Type Fragrance Oil. First, this cosmetic recipe uses the sweet vanilla scent of our scrumptious vanilla powder, which has a strong aroma and true to the name. The other powered herb in this cosmetic recipe is our apple pie spice blend powder. So, these scented herbs of vanilla and spice perfectly blend with notes of fresh baked cinnamon rolls to create an irresistible aroma.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Benefits of Scrub Recipes

Not only can you gain some wonderful skin care benefits by using cosmetic herbs, but there are some fantastic benefits your skin can gain from using cosmetic scrubs. First, this wholesale bath recipe is perfect for exfoliating your skin. Plus, these wholesale cosmetic oils are useful for nourishing the skin. These conditioning properties are useful for smoothing the skin, reducing the pores, and rejuvenating the skin. However, there are even more benefits that exfoliating can provide for your body. If you want to learn even more about the numerous benefits of using a body scrub, then you may want to check out the article Why You Shouldn’t Just Exfoliate your Face from Ann Marie Skin Care.

Herbal Scrub Recipes: Ask Us Your QuestionsHerbal Scrub Recipes: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you enjoy the skin care benefits of these herbal scrub recipes. For anyone that enjoyed these lovely cosmetic recipes can find even more fun cosmetic recipes on our Scrub Recipes page! If you have any more questions about these herbal bath and body recipes, then you can feel free to reach out to us! We at Natures Garden are available to help you create fantastic herbal scrub recipes. If you want to reach out for help, then feel free to reach us on the phone, in the store, or even online. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can find us on both Twitter and on Instagram using the handle @ngscents. Further, you can use these platforms to share your own creations and reach out to other craft makers. We hope to hear from you soon!

Nov
16

9 Soy Candle Recipes


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9 Soy Candle Recipes 9 Soy Candle Recipes

If you are interested in candle making and are new to the craft, creating a candle may seem like an easy process. Well, it is easy, once you have done some research and Nature’s Garden can help you out. We have 9 soy candle recipes that use the three types of soy wax that we carry. These recipes are fun and creative and are easy to follow. Not only will you see that making your own candle can be easy, but making the world smell good is a very important job!

There are many factors that go into making a candle that will not only burn properly but will have a good hot and cold throw. Once you start doing research on candle making, then it can seem a bit overwhelming. What type of wick do you use? Which one burns the best? What type of wax do I want to use? I know I want soy wax, but what kind of soy wax? What does it mean melt point? When do I add the fragrance? How much color do I add? Not to worry, folks! Nature’s Garden is here for you and can answer all those questions for you.

9 Soy Candle Recipes: The Soy Waxes9 Soy Candle Recipes: The Soy Waxes

Not all soy wax is created equal. There are differences in the melt temperatures, hot and cold throws, and in appearances. Before we get started on our soy candle recipes, let me familiarize you with the different soy waxes we have. We have three types that we will discuss: NG 100% Soy Wax, Golden Foods Soy Wax 444 and Golden Foods Soy Wax 464.

As we all know, Soy Wax is produced from soybeans. It is a pure and natural vegetable wax that is considered kosher. Not only is this wax non-toxic, but it is also biodegradable. In fact, soy wax is very environmentally friendly and is made from a renewable resource. Candles made from soy wax are very clean burning. Something that is of importance in this day and age.  There is a reduction in soot, and due to the makeup of soy itself, the burn time of a soy wax increases. Soy Wax candles will burn slower and cooler compared to a straight paraffin wax candle.

All of Nature’s Garden soy waxes are sold in flake style. Most people find this type easier to work with. Granulated waxes have a tendency to be messier. They are all-natural so you can rest assured that you are going to have a clean burning candle in your home and for your customers. You will also note, that your finished candles may have a rough exterior. They may not look smooth and creamy. Well, it is a natural wax, therefore you will have a more natural finish. If this is not the look you would like it can be easily solved with a few tricks to help give your candles a more professional look!

9 Soy Candle Recipes:  NG 100% Soy Wax (GF 415)9 Soy Candle Recipes:  NG 100% Soy Wax 415

NG 100% Soy Wax 415 is straight soy. There are no additives to enhance the hot or cold throw. Therefore, soy wax is perfect in massage candles or any other type of recipe that is applied to the body. The melt point for 415 Soy is 120-125 degrees Fahrenheit. This higher melt point allows this wax to carry a higher fragrance load. You can also blend this soy wax with other waxes such as beeswax, paraffin or microcrystalline waxes.

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Golden Foods Soy Wax 444 9 Soy Candle Recipes: Golden Foods Soy Wax 444 

Our next wax is our Golden Foods Soy Wax 444. This is a popular seller here at Nature’s Garden. So what makes this wax different? Well, there are soy based additives added to this wax. That still makes it a natural wax, however, these additives help increase pour temperature, helps reduce frosting issues and give a smoother finish to your candle’s appearance. The scent throw, both hot and cold, are improved also. You may also blend this wax with other waxes such as paraffin or microcrystalline waxes. The 444 Soy Wax also has a higher melt point and can hold up to 12% scent per pound, making a stronger scented candle.  However, you should always test as not all fragrance oils can be used at this percentage and may seep.  

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Golden Foods Soy Wax 4649 Soy Candle Recipes: Golden Foods Soy Wax 464

Lastly, we have our Golden Foods Soy Wax 464. This is a very popular candle wax. While this wax is similar to our Golden Foods Soy Wax 444, the main difference will be the melt point. The 464 Soy wax has a lower melt point and this allows for better glass adhesion in the finished candle. Another difference would be the maximum scent load for this wax which is 10-12% of scent per pound of wax. We do suggest keeping the fragrance percent at 10 to reduce the possibility of fragrance oil seepage.

Before you get started on creating any of our recipes, follow this link to How to Make Soy Candles. This is a free candle class that can be downloaded or printed. In this class, you can learn about wicks, pour lines, scenting the wax, pour temps and more. And now that we are familiar with the different types of soy waxes, let’s move on to our soy candle recipes and get you inspired to start candle creating!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Citronella Candle Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Citronella Candle Recipe

Up first, is our Citronella Candle Recipe. This is an easy recipe and will come in handy during those summer nights that you spend outdoors! Our Citronella Candle Recipe is made with our NG 100% Soy Wax 415. It is perfect for your outdoor activities to help keep the bugs at bay. Of course, we used our Citronella fragrance oil, which smells exactly like the essential oil. Strong notes of chamomile, citronella, jasmine, pine, and lily will help you and your loved ones enjoy some warm summer nights by the campfire!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Leopard Candle Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Leopard Candle Recipe

This Leopard Candle Recipe is perfect for any wild one in your life! Artfully decorated in bright purple leopard spots that you will create out of beeswax then place around the inside wall of the jar. Next a pale lavender layer of 100% soy wax will be poured in. The whole thing is scented in our wild Aphrodisiac Fragrance Oil. This scent is a lovely unisex fragrance smelling of citrus fruit, green floral with undertones of Eucalyptus. A nice complex blend of fragrances for this candle!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Massage Candle Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Massage Candle Recipe

Massage candles are incredibly popular these days. Sometimes they are called lotion candles and can have any type of addition made to them. Of course, your main component will be the 100% Soy Wax, but our Massage Candle recipe also incorporates cocoa, shea and mango butter along with some coconut oil. Rub the warmed wax into your skin and feel the difference between regular lotion and warmed lotion! Your skin will feel luxuriously soft and moisture will be locked in! We scented our candle in relaxing NG Cashmere & Silk Type fragrance oil. This fragrance is a blend of French vanilla with sandalwood, patchouli, and musk accented by rose, violet, apricot, and creamy coconut milk. This is a very sensual fragrance for a sensual candle!

9 soy Candle Recipes: Green Beer Candle Recipe

What a fun candle to make for St. Patrick’s Day! This mug of green “beer” was made using Gel Wax for the “beer” and the froth was made with our 100% Soy Wax! You can most certainly whip this wax into a frothy mass! We chose our Green Irish fragrance oil for this tall, frothy Green Beer Candle! I love this fragrance! Bright, crisp, green and fresh is what comes to mind when I smell this oil!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Football Field Candle9 Soy Candle Recipes: Football Field Candle

Our Football Field candle is perfect to make for the football lovers in your family! Or, this would be a cool centerpiece to have for a table full of snacks for game day! This is truly a unique work of candle art that was made entirely of our 100% Soy Wax. The “dirt” bottom was created by using a square loaf mold while the grass was once created by whipping the soy wax. Sweet little football embeds, made from Pillar of Bliss, decorate the top and can be placed against the candle base. We scented this candle in our Leather Jacket and Fresh Cut Grass. These two scents blend together to smell like the outdoors on a warm, fall day!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Zebra Candle Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Zebra Candle Recipe

If you know anybody that loves Zebras or the zebra pattern itself, then this is the perfect opportunity to make them something they will love! Our Zebra Candle is made in the same technique that was used for the Leopard Candle we talked about earlier. Using beeswax, you will create pink zebra stripes and stick them to the inner wall of the candle container. Next, you will pour in a creamy white layer of our Golden Foods Soy Wax 444. We chose our feisty Hot Pink Pomegranate fragrance oil for this. It’s a bright blend of ginger, pomegranate, citrus and jasmine!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Mardi Gras Candle Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Mardi Gras Candle Recipe

Get your glue gun ready, because you’re going to be getting crafty with this candle! This Mardi Gras Candle is a fun themed candle that is perfect for your next Mardi Gras party! To make this candle more than just a plain candle, we created a fun, sparkly Mardi Gras mask to decorate the outside! That’s what Mardi Gras is all about after all! Bright, sparkly and everybody dressed up in costumes and masks! For our wax, we used the Golden Foods Soy Wax 464 and of course, the inspiration behind this candle was our Mardi Gras fragrance oil. A truly unique fragrance blend of citrus, strawberries, rose, ylang-ylang and vetiver.

9 Soy Candle Recipes: St. Patrick’s Day Candle

No matter the holiday, you need a candle to celebrate! At Nature’s Garden we have you covered for any and all holidays! Even ordinary days deserve a candle! St. Patrick’s Day is a perfect time to celebrate your Irish roots and we have a candle to help you out! Our St. Patrick’s Day candle has a cute Shamrock made from beeswax displayed on the side. The rest of the candle uses our Golden Foods Soy Wax 464. We scented this candle in our NG Aloe & White Lilac fragrance oil. This scent is fresh and floral. A definite clean scent for spring time!

9 Soy Candle Recipes: Shimmer Gel Potpourri Recipe9 Soy Candle Recipes: Shimmer Gel Potpourri Recipe

Wait! What? Candle Wax turned gel? Yes, this isn’t your ordinary candle recipe. This is a different take on your normal everyday wax melt! We took our Soy Wax 464, mixed in some Rice Bran Oil, a little color, a little bit of 24K Gold Mica and you have yourself some Shimmer Gel Potpourri for your oil burner to scent your home! We used our Glitter fragrance oil for this recipe. This is a lovely feminine fragrance of floral notes of lily and jasmine and undertones of sandalwood and musk. Glitter is a very alluring fragrance and is a Nature’s Garden original!

Contact Natures Garden

We hope you enjoyed our 9 soy candle recipes. As you can see, once you do a little research and have a little guidance, making candles is a very easy and fun project to do! Using soy wax will always be a personal choice for candle makers.  People will always love candles! They lend a warm and inviting atmosphere to your home. Using different fragrances can either relax you or energize you! Plus, using soy in your candle recipes is a very environmentally conscious choice and many people like to do what they can do to keep the air in their home safe and natural!

If you would like to show us what you have been creating, whether its candles, soap, bath bombs or lip balms, come find us! We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents) and Instagram (@ngscents) We love seeing what our customers have been up too! Plus, you get to show off what you created! It’s always good to toot your own horn once in a while!

 

Nov
15

Handmade Lotion Recipes


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Handmade Lotion RecipesHandmade Lotion Recipes

In today’s world, most people like to make their own soaps, bath and body products and even cosmetics. Generally, creating those things are not hard at all. Not only do you know the ingredients that will go in your product, but you can make the product to fit your needs or the needs of your customers or loved ones. Many people nowadays have skin issues that require skin-sensitive ingredients. That is another reason why many people turn to handmade goods. And like we stated before, it isn’t hard to do. Take a look through some of Nature’s Garden handmade lotion recipes. You will see how really simply and easy it is to make lotion. Also, with only a few ingredients, you can make a perfectly beautiful lotion that could rival the most expensive store brands out there in the market!

 

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Some Key Ingredients

Before we get started on our recipes, let’s familiarize ourselves with some of the key ingredients that you need to make lotion with. Really you can make a lotion with just shea butter and coconut oil whipped together. However, while those things will soften and hydrate your skin, they can separate while sitting when water is added. Another thing, they may not absorb into your skin very well, leaving you feeling greasy and sticky. The following components that we will discuss are key to getting a beautiful emulsified lotion that will not leave your skin feeling tacky and absorb beautifully.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: BTMS 25 EmulsifierHandmade Lotion Recipes: BTMS 25 Emulsifier

Our first ingredient is Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, or BTMS 25 Emulsifier is a natural, conditioning emulsifier that can be used in hair and skin care. BTMS is naturally derived from Colza oil. Colza oil is a non-drying oil that is obtained from seeds of the rapeseed plant. It isn’t truly rapeseed oil, but a derivative of it. BTMS can be used in creams and lotions to provide a soft, powdery feel to the skin and is very gentle on the skin and hair.

Handmade Lotion Recipes:  Emulsifying Wax, Traditional and SilkyHandmade Lotion Recipes:  Emulsifying Wax, Traditional and Silky

Next ingredient is our two other emulsifying waxes. We have Emulsifying Wax- Traditional and Silky Emulsifying Wax. While these waxes are not 100 percent natural, they are partial plant based and give wonderful structure to any type of lotion, cream, shampoo or conditioner. Both traditional and silky are self-emulsifying, low odor, highly stable, and highly compatible. Low concentrations of these waxes will improve the consistency and stability of emulsions. Which one do you choose for your product? Which ever you want! So, what exactly is the difference? The only difference is silky will give your lotion a lovely, silky-soft feel to you skin long after the lotion or cream has absorbed.  They can be used interchangeably.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Optiphen PreservativeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Optiphen Preservative

Preservatives are essential to cosmetic formulations because they kill germs that can make you and your customers very sick. Optiphen is a liquid, paraben-free and formaldehyde-free preservative that provides broad spectrum preservation against bacteria, yeast and mold, the presence of caprylyl glycol. It also imparts an exceptional feel to the finished formulation which makes it useful in creams, sunscreens, lotions, cosmetics, body washes and shampoo recipes. This is a definite must have in any of your water based bath and body products that are created from scratch.

Handmade Lotion Recipe: Stearic Acid and Sodium Lactate

Stearic Acid is a plant based ingredient that is widely used in bath and body products, soaps and even in candles. For bath and body products, it is a wonderful addition to thicken up your product. In soaps, it is used to harden your bars of soap and to make them last longer. When used in candles, it also helps harden the wax and is perfect for making pillar candles or any type of mold candle. Another option is sodium lactate. Sodium lactate is a natural moisturizer, humectant, and pH regulator. It is used in handmade soaps, lotions, shampoo, and other bath and body products.

Handmade Lotion Recipe: Distilled Water

Yes, distilled water is an important ingredient to any of your lotions. You will see in any of our lotion recipes, that we ask you to heat your distilled water up to a specific ingredient and hold it there for 20 minutes. This is to ensure that you have destroyed any bacteria that may have been lingering around in the water.

Handmade Lotion Recipe: The Phases

Also you will notice that each recipe is done in phases. You have your Water Phase, which is where you are heating your water up. The Oil Phase. This is where you will heat and melt any of your butters and oils and waxes to a specific temperature. Next will be the Mixing Phase. Your will then mix together your water and butter and oils with a stick blender to emulsify. Lastly, you have your Cool Down Phase where you allow the lotion mixture to cool to a specific temperature before adding your fragrance oil and Optiphen. Then, you will package up your lotion and label if desired and you are ready to gift everybody you love with some handmade love! Now, let’s talk about our recipes!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Cocoa Dream Cream RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Cocoa Dream Cream Recipe

Our first lotion is our Cocoa Dream Cream!   This is a thick, luscious cream that smells heavenly with our Butter Brickle fragrance oil. A soft, buttery vanilla fragrance that leave you smelling sweet! Sweet almond oil, and cocoa butter will give your skin a reason to be happy! It absorbs beautifully and leaves you feeling soft! This cream is also sold as a kit. It would be a perfect way to start learning how to make lotion since you don’t have to commit to large quantities of ingredients. The Cocoa Dream Cream kit is also perfect as gift for somebody who loves to make their own bath and body products!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Cucumber Cream RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Cucumber Cream Recipe

Our Cucumber Cream recipe is perfect to quench that dry wintery skin! The ingredients we chose give your lotion a thick, luxurious texture that will absorb beautifully into your skin. Plus, we chose our bright, fresh Cucumber Splash fragrance oil. This is a perfect fragrance for lotion or even soap! It smells like spring!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Tropical Lotion RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Tropical Lotion Recipe

If you are looking for something more lighter to apply to your skin, try our Tropical Lotion Recipe. This is also our CEO, Deborah’s,  favorite lotion recipe since it has her favorite fragrance oil in it. This lotion was made with mango butter, fractionated coconut oil and rice bran oil, this lotion is light yet creamy, and leaves your skin feeling silky and hydrated. Tropical lotion is definitely a perfect summer-time getaway for you nose! We used our yummy Papaya Dragon Fruit fragrance oil and it smells of a tropical fruit salad made with peaches, pineapple, papaya and of course, Dragon Fruit! You will smell good enough to eat!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

Our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion is a beautiful lotion for any skin! Created with infused waters made from hibiscus flower powder and rosehips flower powder, your skin will thank you for the extra attention. Hibiscus is an herb know for being high in antioxidants and amino acids, and also contain oligopeptides that have been shown to have wrinkle-smoothing properties. Rosehips contain high levels of vitamin C, in addition to vitamins E, A, and D. Rosehips are used in skincare for its high level of antioxidants and anti-aging properties. The hibiscus/rosehip infusion will add a lovely natural pink color to your lotion. For the fragrance we chose our Peach Magnolia Raspberry fragrance oil. This scent smells of juicy raspberries and peaches with a light floral background.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe

Our Frappe Mocha Body Cream is perfect for those with a coffee addiction! This cream is made with cocoa butter and sweet almond Oil. Both are perfect for making your skin feel soft and silky. As for the water part, however, we created it using a distilled coffee brew. This lotion is not only made with coffee, but the steeped coffee water truly helps punch up the coffee fragrance. For the fragrances, we chose both Fresh Brewed Coffee- World’s Best and our Chocolate Fudge Fragrance oil. If you didn’t want a Frappe Mocha before, you will after you smell this body cream! This body cream also comes in a kit size if you are looking for a Christmas gift to give to somebody special!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Natural Face Cream RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Natural Face Cream Recipe

This cream recipe is a favorite of mine. Natural Face Cream is made with an infusion of calendula flowers.  Calendula is believed to reduce inflammation, reduce acne, and promote healthy skin, which makes this a perfect addition to a night cream. Also, we have included Avocado Oil and Grapeseed Oil. Grapeseed oil does not clog pores, absorbs easily into the skin, does not leave a greasy feel to the skin, and provides the skin with anti inflammatory properties.  It is high in linoleic acid; providing mosturizing effects to the skin. Avocado Oil is a rich, moisturizing oil that is perfect for those with sensitive skin. This lotion is also available in a kit.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Rose Lotion RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Rose Lotion Recipe

Back in the 1970s there was a lotion my grandmother used a lot. It was called Rose Milk lotion and our Rose Lotion recipe truly reminds me of her when I use it. We infused our distilled water with our red Rose Buds & Petals. Rose water is the perfect addition to any skin-care regime. Its use dates back to days of Cleopatra and has many incredible benefits to its use. Rose water is perfect for any type of skin. It has antibacterial properties, anti-inflammatory and has a load of antioxidants in it. We also used cocoa butter, fractionated coconut oil and meadowfoam seed oil. Meadowfoam seed oil is a wonderful, light oil that absorbs easily into the skin, leaving you feeling soft and not greasy! We chose our Fresh Cut Roses fragrance oil to scent this beautiful lotion.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Solid Lotion Bar RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Solid Lotion Bar Recipe

Solid Lotion Bar is a quick and simple lotion that is perfect for those who like to hydrate their skin on the go! Made with shea butter, beeswax and jojoba oil, you have a lotion that absorbs quickly, seals in the moisture and keeps the winter dry skin at bay! This lotion is perfect for gym bags, purses, backpacks. No need to worry about loose caps and possible leakage with this lotion! We scented this lotion bar with our Beautiful Babe fragrance oil. If you are familiar with Estee Lauder’s Beautiful perfume, then you know how good this lotion will smell!  This fragrance is a delicate rose, jasmine and carnations with undertones of sweet melon and plum!

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Wine Lotion RecipeHandmade Lotion Recipes: Wine Lotion Recipe

Even though it says Wine Lotion, we did not use actual wine in the recipe. However, we did use our Resveratrol Extract Powder. Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol found in in the skin of red grapes. This powder is similar in the same properties of red wine, meaning it has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal properties, and is used in products that fight acne. Also, Resveratrol is used in anti-aging, anti-wrinkle cosmetic products. It will provide anti-inflammatory properties that reduce swelling.

We also included cocoa butter, grapeseed oil and Jojoba Oil. Both of these oils are wonderful for the skin! Grapeseed oil is light and non-greasy feeling on the skin.  Jojoba oil is considered a “liquid wax” and it will lock in the moisture and keeps your skin hydrated. We chose our Shiraz fragrance oil to help round out our “wine theme”. This is a beautiful, light fruity but robust red wine scent! A must try for wine lovers! 

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Chamomile Lotion Recipe

Our last recipe for today is our Chamomile Lotion Recipe. This is an easy, basic recipe that is perfect for beginners. We used apricot kernel oil and grapeseed oil. Both are light, absorb-able and non-greasy oils and are perfect when you want a light lotion. This would be a perfect summer-time lotion with no heavy oils or butters. The fragrance oil we chose is the delicate Chamomile fragrance oil. Chamomile fragrance oil smells of freshly picked chamomile flowers with hints of fresh green herbs.

Handmade Lotion Recipes: Find Us On Social Media

We hope you enjoyed learning about our handmade lotion recipes! See? Making your own lotion is truly an easy process! The ingredients are simple, nothing harsh goes into your creation and you can feel good about making something amazing for your skin! Next time your create an awesome product using any of Nature’s Garden products, show us! Snap a picture, describe what you made and what you used for your creation.Then come find us on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents) or Twitter (@ngscents) and post your stuff! We love hearing from our customers and seeing all the fun things they have been up too!

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Fragrance Oils for Winter


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Fragrance Oils for WinterFragrance Oils for Winter

Christmas is a wonderful time of year that is full of good cheer and family. Of course, this time of year is full of certain traditions that are perfect for bringing the family together and Celebrating the season. We have scents that are perfect for bringing you memories of the holiday season. We at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies have some Christmas fragrance oils for winter cosmetic recipes. These scents are perfect for filling your home with delightful holiday aromas that will inspire a cheerful holiday season and pamper your holiday guests!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Jack Frost Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Jack Frost Fragrance Oil

First, we have the refreshing aroma of the Jack Frost Fragrance Oil.  This wonderful scent has notes of crisp clean peppermint with scrumptious hints of vanilla bean notes. If you enjoy this delightful scent, then you will love the Glistening Snowflakes Potpourri Recipe. This lovely recipe allows you create a scented wax recipe that is clean, refreshing, and perfect for scenting the home!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cravings Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cravings Fragrance Oil

Another yummy scent you can use to scent your cosmetic recipes is the Christmas Cravings Fragrance Oil. This scrumptious fragrance has notes of orange, grapefruit, lemon, and apple. These scrumptious notes are followed by middle notes of cinnamon, ginger, carrot, and nutmeg. Finally, these scents are all resting on sweet base notes of buttercream and vanilla.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Hot Cocoa Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil

You will love the delicious scent of our Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil for this chilly winter. You can create scented bath and body recipes or wax melt recipes with notes of warm hot chocolate with melted marshmallow topping. So, you can use this fragrance oil to perfectly create hot chocolate themed cosmetic recipes or use this aroma to provide a perfect chocolate scent, like with our Neapolitan Ice Cream Bubble Bar Recipe. So, there is so much that you can do with this scrumptious chocolaty aroma.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Wreath Type Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Wreath Type Fragrance Oil

Also, you can include the delightful aroma of Christmas Wreath Type Fragrance Oil. The welcoming, traditional notes of this fragrance is perfect for creating holiday scented candles. This lovely room scent has fresh scents of pine, balsam, hollyberry and earthy pinecones. So, this is a fantastic fragrance oil for this holiday season!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Frost & Snowdrops Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Frost & Snowdrops Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a delightful fragrance oil that is perfect for everyone. Our Frost & Snowdrops Fragrance Oil is a delicate scent with a romantic base. This wholesale fragrance oil has notes of winter air, frosted jasmine, winter flowers and a base of iced musk, vanilla, and sandalwood. Whether you are creating scented candles or lovely cosmetic recipes, this is a fantastic recipe for the holiday season!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Splendor Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Splendor Fragrance Oil

The aroma of our Christmas Splendor Fragrance Oil is a wonderful scent for this cheerful time of year. This perfect Christmas blend has notes of apples, oak, balsam, fir, and pine, with a background of cinnamon and clove. This strong and warm scent is perfect for creating delightful Christmas scented candles, wax melts, and other room scent products.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Eggnog Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Eggnog Fragrance Oil

Another fantastic holiday scent you can use to create your cosmetic recipes is our Eggnog Fragrance Oil.  This scrumptious scented oil has an aroma of buttercream vanilla, with spicy hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. Of course, you can use this delicious scented oil to create our Eggnog Candle Recipe. This scented candle recipe both looks like a scrumptious beverage and smells absolutely delicious as well!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Balsam and Cedar Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Balsam and Cedar Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the Balsam and Cedar Fragrance Oil to create some delightful scented recipes. This fragrance is a camphoraceous woody blend of notes like pine, eucalyptus, cedarwood and sweet balsam. Then, this scent has orange, raspberry, and plum, middle notes of lily, carnation, and hyacinth, and base notes of balsam, pine, eucalyptus, and cedarwood. So, this is a lovely woodsy blend that is perfect for this season.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cabin Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cabin Fragrance Oil

Another fun holiday scent that you can use for adding to your wholesale candle supplies is the  Christmas Cabin Fragrance Oil. Plus, you can add this scented oil to your bath and body creations. You will love the blend of bayberries and cranberries with a notes of freshly crushed cinnamon bark with hints of orange zests. So, your homemade products will have a warm holiday aroma.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Mistletoe & Ivy Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Mistletoe & Ivy Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for the holidays is the Mistletoe & Ivy Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of cedar leaf, Siberian fir, English holly, holiday mistletoe, cooling camphor, trailing ivy, sandalwood, vetiver, and frosted musk. This sensual Christmas aroma is perfect for creating the lovely Mistletoe Cold Process Soap Recipe. This cp soap recipe is cleansing, conditioning, and simply adorable!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Tree Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Tree Fragrance Oil

Another perfect aroma for this cheerful time of year is our Christmas Tree Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is perfect for creating homemade candle recipes. The aroma has top notes of pine and fresh lime. Then, the aroma has middle notes of cardamom and pepper and a base of Scotch pine. So, this is a perfect wholesale fragrance for the holiday season!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Candy Cane Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Candy Cane Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can create some fun cosmetic and room scent recipes with the Candy Cane Fragrance Oil. This scent oil has notes of fresh peppermint leaves with freshly ripened strawberries and a dry down of vanilla. You can use this perfect peppermint scent to create our Candy Cane Candle Recipe. Not only will this recipe have a perfect scent, but this mint scented candle is perfect for decorating this holiday season!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Alpine Snowdrift Fragrance OilsFragrance Oils for Winter: Alpine Snowdrift Fragrance Oils

Another great scent for this winter season is the Alpine Snowdrift Fragrance Oils. This refreshing winter aroma has a crisp scent that is perfect for your bath and body recipes. The notes of this fragrance oil have notes of wet snow, a frozen air accord, menthol, woodland moss, spearmint leaves, winter anise, an ozonic accord, frosted vanilla, and galbanum. Together these wholesale fragrance notes provide a sweet, minty aroma that is refreshingly irresistible.Christmas Memories Fragrance Oil

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Balsam Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Balsam Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the lovely Balsam Fragrance Oil to scent your home this holiday season. This refreshing aroma of fresh pine balsam is perfect for scenting your home for Christmas time. Not only can you use this aroma to create balsam scented candles, but you can add this aroma to other scents to create a perfect scent for the holidays. So, this is a great fragrance oil that you can use to create scented candles or scented soaps.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil

Our Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil is a great scented oil that you can use to create some fantastic candle making recipes. Plus, you can make lovely bath and body recipes, like the Candied Apple Soap Recipe. These fantastic recipes will have lovely notes of crispy apple, pineapple, and zests of orange; followed by middle notes of neroli and cinnamon; embodied with base notes of sandalwood, fresh musk, bamboo, and patchoul. So, you can create scrumptious recipes that look fantastic!

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cookies Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil

Of course, the scrumptious Christmas Cookies Fragrance Oil is a perfect scent for the holidays. This wholesale scented oil has an aroma of freshly-baked, buttery Christmas Cookie with sweet, buttercream frosting. Since this sweet fragrance smells like delicious Christmas cookies, the Christmas Bath Cookies Recipe is perfect for creating a delicious wholesale cosmetic recipe! 

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Aspen Winter Type Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Aspen Winter Type Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can try out the lovely Aspen Winter Type Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has citrus notes that are intertwining with an abundance of warm winter spices, like clove and cinnamon. These scrumptious notes are all sitting on a dry down of sweet vanilla. Together, these lovely scented oils are perfect for creating delightful bath and body recipes or scented candle recipes that are sure to bring holiday cheer.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Memories Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Memories Fragrance Oil

The Christmas Memories Fragrance Oil is a wonderful scent for the holidays. This fragrance has notes of orange peel and cranberry sauce. These notes will flow nicely into middle notes of cinnamon sticks and freshly ground cloves. Finally, this scrumptious fragrance has base notes of evergreen and pinecones. So, you can add this scrumptious scented oil to your soap making and candle making recipes.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Elf Sweat Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil

Another fun holiday scent that you can enjoy for your products is the Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil. Our elf sweat scented oil is a bubbly, magical blend of candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup, with effervescent spicy soda pop bubbles to provide a unique, magical top note. This sweet blend of cheerful fragrance notes is perfect for creating the fun Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe. So, you can enjoy the skin care properties of this bath and body recipe along with the sweet, cheery aroma.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Wassail Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Wassail Fragrance Oil

Our Christmas Wassail Fragrance Oil is a fantastic aroma that you can use to scent your scented recipes. This scented oil has notes of  mulled apple cider, fresh pineapple, and orange zests surrounded with spicy cinnamon and cloves. These scrumptious notes were perfect for blending with fresh cosmetic herbs, like orange peel, cloves, juniper berries, and cinnamon, in our Rustic Wax Melts Recipe. So, these gorgeous wax melt recipes are perfect for scenting your home with a lovely Christmas aroma.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Thyme Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Christmas Thyme Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the scrumptious aroma of our Christmas Thyme Fragrance Oil in your room scent recipes. This scented oil had a refreshing blend of bayberries and apples with a base note of fresh pine needles and thyme, with a top note of freshly ground cinnamon bark. One perfect room scent recipe that you can create with this cosmetic herb is the Christmas Liquid Potpourri Recipe.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for Winter: Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil

Another delicious scent that you can make is our Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil. This delightful scent has top notes of bright orange, lemon, and bergamot. Then, the aroma has middle notes of ginger, nutmeg, honey, and clove. Finally, this scent has a well-balanced base notes of vanilla bean and cocoa. This creates a fragrance oil that is absolutely scrumptious and perfect for creating all kinds of scrumptious candle and cosmetic recipes. One recipe you can try out with this aroma is our Scented Christmas Card Recipe, which is sure to bring some holiday cheer.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Making Your Own Gingerbread House

There are so many fun things to do this delightful time of year! One super fun thing that you can do this time of year to celebrate and enjoy the season is decorate a gingerbread house. You can buy a generic kit to create your sweet little house or you can try creating a unique recipe from scratch! If you want to try making your own gingerbread house from scratch, then try out this recipe of How to Make a Gingerbread House from Simply Recipes.

Fragrance Oils for Winter: Reach Out to UsFragrance Oils for Winter: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed these lovely winter fragrance oils. You are sure to find some great scents for creating  Christmas recipes. Plus, you can use these delightful holiday scents to create wonderful craft supplies. Plus, you can try out some Natures Garden free recipes and classes. Not only can you try our cosmetic recipes, but you can reach out to us with any questions that you may have. You can reach out to us on the phone, in the store, and online. You can find us on Facebook or use @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. We hope that you have fun creating cheerful scented crafts and enjoy the holiday season!