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Jul
03

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe


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Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb RecipeHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe

If you are looking for a fun cosmetic recipe for the summertime, then check out our Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe! This foaming bath fizzy recipe uses wholesale cosmetic supplies from Natures Garden to create a quality bath and body recipe that you will be sure to love. Of course, this bath recipe uses high quality ingredients that will be sure to nourish the skin. Further, this bath bomb recipe uses a sweet fragrance and gorgeous colors to provide you with the perfect fizzy bath bomb recipe.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Kaolin Clay Powder
Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
Rice Bran Oil
Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant
Lemon Peel Powder
Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant
Orange Peel Powder
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Glasses
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Mask

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoon
Scale

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts of Cosmetics

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Rice Bran Oil
5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant
18 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant
182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
5 grams of the Orange Peel Powder
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
5 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparations

Before you begin making your bath bomb recipe, there are a few preparations. First, you will want to gather all of your equipment for making cosmetics. The crafting process goes easier when you gather what you need before making the bath and body recipe. Also, you will want to sanitize your equipment to make sure your work area is clean and ready to use. Further, it is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while you prepare your soap recipe. After you have made these preparations, you will be ready to work on making this fizzy bath bomb recipe!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Witch Hazel

One more thing that you will want to prepare before you get started with this bath recipe is your bottle of witch hazel. You are going to want to get one of the 8 oz. clear bottles wholesale and a sprayer. Then, you will need to fill the bottle with witch hazel and add the sprayer top. You are going to set this witch hazel bottle aside for a later step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Dry IngredientsHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to prepare the baking soda. You will need to get a medium sized mixing bowl and add 600 grams of the Baking Soda. Then, you will need to use your gloved hands to break up any clumps. Once this powdered herb is smooth and free of clumps, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Other Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to want to weigh out all of your other dry cosmetic ingredients. So, you are going to need the same medium sized mixing bowl to combine these wholesale cosmetic ingredients. In this bowl, you are going to need to add 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, and 10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder. Again, you will need to use your gloved hands to break up any clumps that may be in these powders. Also, you will need to mix these cosmetic ingredients together thoroughly.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Measure Out the Hawaiian Splash ScentHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Measure Out the Hawaiian Splash Scent

In a separate bowl, you are going to need to prepare the cosmetic oil for this recipe. So, you will need to add 18 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil to your small bowl. This scent will provide your DIY bath bomb recipe with an aroma of Hawaiian Punch. This fragrance has fruity notes of pineapple, papaya, apricot, guava, orange, and passion fruit that blend with other notes to create a scrumptious fragrance!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic OilHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Oil

Next, you are going to add the cosmetic oil to the small bowl of fragrance. Then, you are going to need to add 18 grams of the rice bran oil to this small bowl. Once you have this cosmetic oil measured out, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Cosmetic Ingredients

Now, you are going to combine the dry ingredients with the cosmetic oils. So, you are going to need both the medium mixing bowl and the small bowl. You can add these cosmetic oils to your medium mixing bowl. Then, you will need to use your gloved hands to blend these cosmetic ingredients together evenly. Once your mixture has been mixed well, you are going to divide your mixture in half. One half can remain in the bowl and the other half can be added to a new mixing bowl.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb Powder to the First PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb Powder to the First Portion

You are going to add the cosmetic herb to one of your two portions of the bath bomb mixture. You are going to need to add a total of 5 grams of the Orange Peel Powder to the bowl. Once this cosmetic ingredient has been added, you are going to need to incorporate both these ingredients into the mixture. So, you are going to need to use your gloved hands to mix everything together. Then, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the First Half of the MixtureHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the First Half of the Mixture

Next, you are going to add the color to the same portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, you will need to add 5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant to this portion of the mixture. After adding the orange cosmetic soap colorant, you are going to want to use your gloved hands to fully incorporate the colorant into this portion of the bath bomb mixture. Once the color is evenly incorporated, you can set this bowl off to the side.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb to the Second PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb to the Second Portion

Now you are ready to prepare the second portion of your bath bomb mixture. First, you are going to add the cosmetic herb to your mixture. So, you will need to add 5 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder to the second bath bomb mixture. Then, you will need to use clean, gloved hands to mix everything together and full incorporate your dried lemon powder. Once this powdered herb is incorporated, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the Second Half of the MixtureHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Color the Second Half of the Mixture

Now you are ready to add the colorant to this portion of the bath bomb mixture. So, you are going to need to add 5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant to this mixture. Again, you will need to use your gloved hands to mix everything together. After all of your ingredients have been mixed together well, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Blue PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Blue Portion

Now that your blue portion has been mixed together, you are ready to activate the mixture. So, you are going to retrieve your bottle of witch hazel. You will need to continue to mix your batter with a gloved hand as you spray with witch hazel. You will want to continue to spray until your mixture reaches a crumbly dough consistency. But, you will need to be careful not to overspray your mixture. Once you have the right consistency, you are ready to set this bowl aside and move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Orange PortionHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Orange Portion

Next, you are going to prepare the orange portion of your bath bomb mixture. So, you are going to need to retrieve your orange mixture. Again, you are going to need to use your gloved hands to mix the dough as you spray the witch hazel. Also, you will want to make sure that your gloves are clean to avoid mixing colors. Once your dough reaches the right consistency, you are ready to move on to the next stage in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Orange Half of the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Orange Half of the Bath Bomb

At this point you are ready to fill your best bath bomb molds with this finished bath bomb mixture. So, grab which bath bomb molds work best for you and begin to fill up one side of the mold. You will need to pack your bath bomb mold tightly with the orange mixture. Once this half of the bath bomb is filled, you can set it aside and move on to the next of the process.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Blue Half of the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Blue Half of the Bath Bomb

Next, you are going to fill the second half of the bath bomb mold. So, you will need to use your gloved hands to fill this half with your blue mixture. Again, you are going to need to make sure that you pack the mold tight. Once this half of the mold is packed tight, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath BombHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing the Bath Bomb

Now that both halves of the mold are filled, you are going to finish your bath bomb. First, you are going to need to spray each side of the bath bomb lightly with witch hazel. Then, push both halves together until the mold snaps shut. You are going to need to repeat filling the other bath bomb molds in the same way until you run out of the mixture.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Using Your Finished Bath Bombs

Finally, you have finished creating your bath bomb recipe. Now you just need to wait for your wholesale bath bombs to set up completely. You will know that your bath bombs have completely set up as they will begin to harden. Once your bath bombs are set up, you can remove them from the mold. Of course, you can leave your finished bath bombs in the mold to use as easy packaging wholesale. But, at this point, it is safe to remove from the mold to use or determine your own bath bomb packaging solutions.

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Make Your Own Hawaiian Splash

Hawaiian Splash is a fragrance that is pure tropical fun, but it could be fun to make your own splash in a Hawaii vacation! If you are interested in planning your own getaway, then check out all the fun ideas on Hawaii.com. This website shares ideas on accommodations, things to do, ways to save money, and more!

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsReach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this fun and fizzy bath bomb recipe. If you have any more questions about how to make this bath and body recipe, then feel free to reach out to us. You can talk to us over the phone on our HUG Line, in the Natures Garden store in Wellington Ohio, and on our website. Another easy way to reach out to us is through our social media platforms. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have, but you can share your own ideas for making cosmetics at home, too. So, we hope that we can hear from you sometime very soon!

Jun
14

Dreama Lotion Recipe


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Dreama Lotion RecipeDreama Lotion Recipe

Do you want to learn how to make body lotion from scratch? You can follow the Dreama Lotion Recipe from Natures Garden to create a fantastic bath and body recipe! The diy lotion tutorial walks you through the process of making your own lotion right at home! This lotion recipe uses cosmetic ingredients that will condition your skin and leave a lovely floral scent. So, if you are ready to create a wonderful bath and body recipe, read on! 

 

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Ingredients Available From Natures Garden

Meadowfoam Seed Oil
Silky Emulsifying Wax
Mango Butter
Argan Oil
Sodium Lactate
Vitamin E Oil
Optiphen Preservative
Yellow Da Bomb Soap Dye
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
Dreama Fragrance Oil
Thermometer
Disposable Pipettes
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Disc Lid 24/410
Gloves for Safety
Natures Garden Apron

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Other Necessary Ingredients and Equipment

Distilled Water
Mixing Bowls
Stainless Steel Spoon
Stove Top
Pots (for making double boiler)
Stick Blender
Scale
Spool of Green Ribbon
Hot Glue Gun
Hot Glue

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Weights and Amounts for Ingredients

425 grams of the Distilled Water
48 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil
24 grams of the Silky Emulsifying Wax
10 grams of the Mango Butter
8 grams of the Sodium Lactate
10 grams of the Argan Oil
6 grams of the Vitamin E Oil
10 grams of the Optiphen Preservative
12 grams of the Dreama Fragrance Oil
5 drops of the Yellow Da Bomb Soap Dye
1 teaspoon of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Lotion Making Preparations

Before you begin the Dreama scented lotion recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. To begin, you will want to gather your lotion recipe ingredients. It can be useful to collect what you need before making your bath and body product to make the process easier. Also, sanitize your equipment to make sure your work area is clean. Further, it is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while you prepare this recipe. After you have made these preparations, you will be ready to work on making this homemade lotion recipe!

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Prepare Your Water

First, you are going to want to prepare the water for this recipe. Before you begin, you will need to make sure that you have enough water to make your homemade lotion. This means that you will need at 425 grams of water. However, we would recommend that you add some extra water to your pot to ensure that you have enough water remaining after boiling. Some of the water will evaporate as it is boiling. It is better to have too much than not enough. You will need to heat the water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Once you have your water at this temperature keep the water there for about twenty minutes. Now that your water has been boiled to destroy any bacteria that may have been present, you are ready to create your scented lotion recipe!

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Creating the Double Boiler

Next, you are going to want to create the double boiler for this recipe. While you will still need to stir as the oils and butters are melting, the double boiler will be useful for preventing your cosmetic oils from scorching. To create this device you will need two pots that will fit into each other. In the larger pot, you will add a few inches of water, which will be heated to a boil. Next, place your smaller pot into your pot with water. Now, you will want to heat your water. As long as the water doesn’t boil over into the smaller pot, you are ready to add you cosmetic ingredients to melt.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Prepare Your Cosmetic OilsDreama Lotion Recipe: Prepare Your Cosmetic Oils

While you are waiting for your water to be ready, go ahead and weigh out your oils.  You will need to measure out 48 grams of the Meadowfoam Seed Oil, 24 grams of the Silky Emulsifying Wax, 10 grams of the Mango Butter, 8 grams of the Sodium Lactate, 10 grams of the Argan Oil, and 6 grams of the Vitamin E Oil. These wholesale ingredients are perfect for creating a quality and non-greasy homemade lotion. Then, add these cosmetic oils to the double boiler that you had prepared in a previous step. You are going to want to heat these ingredients to around 140 degrees Fahrenheit and stir periodically to prevent scorching.

 

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Combining Your Oil and WaterDreama Lotion Recipe: Combining Your Oil and Water

Now you are going to want to move quickly to over the next couple of steps. Both your oil mixture and your water will need to be around 140 degrees Fahrenheit when you mix everything together. Once your ingredients reach about this temperature, weigh out your water.  Then, combine these bath and body ingredients in a large mixing bowl. You will need to use a stick blender to combine all of these ingredients. As the mixture emulsifies, you will notice that the lotion mixture will begin to white in color.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Fragrance OilDreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Fragrance Oil

At this time, you will need to add 12 grams of the Dreama Fragrance Oil to your mixture. This scented oil has beautiful top notes of oakmoss and lilies. This floral scent continues with middle notes of ylang ylang and jasmine. Finally, this fragrance lays on bottom notes of amber, musk, and sandalwood. Of course, you will need to fully incorporate the fragrance oil. You can use the stick blender to ensure that the entire lotion mixture will include this lovely scent.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the PreservativeDreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Preservative

Next, you will want to add the preservative to your homemade lotion recipe. You will need to weigh out 10 grams of the Optiphen Preservative and add it to your lotion mixture. You want to add the preservative when the temperature is between 120-140F.  If the preservative is added at a temperature higher than this, it can burn off.  On the other hand, if it is added a temperature that is too low, it can cause it to separate from the lotion.

The preservative will ensure that your lotion recipe doesn’t become taken over by germs. This preservative protects against bacteria, yeast, and mold. Plus, this ingredient provides an exceptional feel to the finished lotion recipe. Plus, the wholesale preservative available at Natures Garden is paraben-free and formaldehyde-free.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the ColorantDreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Colorant

Also, you are going to want to add the wholesale colorant to your lotion. So, you will need to add 5 drops of the Yellow Da Bomb Soap Dye to your diy lotion. Once you have added your lotion colorant, you will want to fully incorporate this color into your lotion. You can use the stick blender to blend in the color evenly throughout your recipe so that the entire lotion includes a lovely yellow hue.

 

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Mica PigmentDreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Mica Pigment

Lastly, you are going to want to add a bit of the mica dust pigment to your lotion. You may want to add 1 teaspoon of the Diamond Dust Mica Pigment. Of course, this is totally optional.  However, mica will add a shimmer and shine to your handmade lotion. Again, once you have added the mica, you are going to want to add it to your lotion and mix with the stick blender.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Wholesale Packaging SuppliesDreama Lotion Recipe: Wholesale Packaging Supplies

For this cosmetic recipe, you have created a perfect homemade lotion for pump bottle use. So, you will most likely want to use our eight ounce bullet bottles and lotion pumps to package your finished scented lotion recipe. A single batch of this lotion recipe will fill two of our eight ounce bullet bottles. Before you begin to fill the bullet bottles you will need your lotion to cool to room temperature. Then, you are ready to begin filling your eight ounce bullet bottles with the finished lotion. We would recommend that you use a funnel to add your lotion to the bottles. Once your bottle is filled you will need to add the lotion pump lid to finish the recipe.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Finishing TouchesDreama Lotion Recipe: Adding the Finishing Touches

Now that you have filled up your bullet bottles, you are ready to add the finishing touches. So, you are going to add a bow to the middle of your bottle. First, you are going to need your green ribbon. Next, you will need to tie a small bow. If you need help learning to tie a bow, then check out How to Tie a Perfect Bow by spruce crafts. Then, you will glue a ring of ribbon around the middle of the bottle and attach your bow to the seam where the two ends meet.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Using Your Scented Lotion

After your recipe is packaged, your scented lotion recipe is ready to use! In fact, you can use your lotion made from scratch as soon as you have finished creating it. Of course, you can leave your lotion pump lids closed and store your finished lotion. Also, you can add these bottles of lotion to your product line and sell your finished homemade lotion. Regardless of how you intend to use your easy homemade lotion, this bath and body recipe will be sure to nourish your skin and leave you feeling conditioned.

Dreama Lotion Recipe: More Gorgeous Flower Scents

If you really love the beauty of freshly bloomed flowers, then you may want to plan a trip to enjoy one of these lovely flower festivals! So, take a look at an article on The 8 Best Spring and Summer Flower Festivals to See In the U.S. from Travel and Leisure. There are many places throughout the US that celebrate the lovely appearance and aroma of all kinds of iconic flowers. Not only do many of these festivals center around the beauty of flowers, such as lilac, tulip, cherry blossoms, and more, but many of these events have even more fun things that you can enjoy, like parades, concerts, street art and more. Also, you may even be able to find a local festival that will happen near you!

Dreama Lotion Recipe: Reach Out to UsDreama Lotion Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed making this easy homemade lotion recipe! If you have any more questions about how to make this diy lotion recipe, then you can reach out to ask us. You can talk to us on our HUG Line, in the store, and online. An easy way that you can reach out to us online is through social media. We are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to find us on either Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask any questions that you may have about homemade lotion, but you can share your own homemade lotion, too! So, we hope that hear from you sometime soon!

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May
20

How to Scent Your Home This Summer


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How to Scent Your Home This SummerHow to Scent Your Home This Summer

With summer right around the corner, are you looking for a fun craft to do with the kids?  Or maybe you are looking for a fun way to scent your home this summer.  Either way, you are sure to find your next summer craft project!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer: Green Camo Candle Recipe

Green Camo Candle RecipeFirst, we have the green camo candle recipe.  This candle recipe is perfect because it will get the kids involved.  In fact, this is a great way to get the kids off of their electronics and spend quality time together.  This candle recipe uses granulated wax so they can help color the wax and layer it in the jar.  It is also scented with Fresh Outdoors Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  So, you will bring the outdoors in!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Pink Camo Candle Recipe

Pink Camo Candle RecipeNext, we have the pink camo candle recipe.  This candle recipe is just like the green camo candle recipe.  The only difference is the colors and scent.  This granulated candle shows you how to create pink camo hues.  It is also scented with NG CanCan Type Fragrance Oil.  So, whether you like green or pink you can create a fun project with the kids this summer.  In fact, you can even mix it up and create other camo colors!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Stacked Flower Tarts Recipe

Stacked Flower Tarts RecipeAnother great way to scent your home this summer is with the Stacked Flower Tarts Recipe.  This wax melts recipe will show you how to create handcrafted wax melts.  It uses the Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax.  Learn how to use this wax to create pastel colored wax melts scented with Deb’s Flower Shop Fragrance Oil!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Smores Candle Recipe

Smores Candle RecipeNo summer is complete without a bonfire and roasting marshmallows.  In fact, it isn’t complete without a gooey chocolaty s’more.  Well, this craft idea brings this sweet aroma right to your home in the form of a candle.  The Smores Candle Recipe uses a combination of fragrance oils to scent your home with a s’mores scent.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Bug Repelling Candle Recipe

Bug Repelling Candle Recipe

Okay, so technically this bug repelling candle recipe isn’t a candle that you would want to use in your home.  However, it is perfect for your patio or porch.  This gel wax candle recipe uses Lime Citronella Fragrance Oil to help keep the bugs away.  So, this truly is the perfect summer candle recipe.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer: Gummy Bear Candle Recipe

Gummy Bear Candle RecipeNext, we have the Gummy Bear Candle Recipe.  Since the kiddos will be home all summer this is a great candle recipe to create.  Your kids will love the aroma it puts off.  It uses Orange Soda Pop Fragrance Oil.  This is the perfect summer scent!  It will have your house poppin’ with effervescent orange aroma!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Citronella Soy Candle Recipe

Citronella Soy Candle RecipeOnce again, we have another citronella candle recipe that is perfect for those warm summer nights outside.  This citronella candle recipe uses soy wax and the citronella fragrance oil.  Simply put, it is a traditional citronella candle to help keep the bugs away during your summer gatherings.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Day at the Beach Candle Recipe

Day at the Beach Candle RecipeNext, we have another great granulated candle recipe.  The Day at the Beach Candle Recipe is scented with Natures Garden’s  NG Copper Hue Suntan Lotion Fragrance Oil.  This is a granulated candle that is layered with Joy Wax.  Then, the outside of the jar is decorated to create a fun beach themed candle.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Organza Air Freshening Beads Recipe

Organza Air Freshening Beads RecipeThe Organza Air Freshening Beads Recipe uses aroma beads to freshen your home.   In fact, they are scented with the perfect summer scent, Iced Pineapple Fragrance Oil.  These air fresheners are perfect for any room or space.  In addition, they are easy to make.  Simply soak the beads in the fragrance oil and place them in an organza bag.  These scented sachets are a wonderful way to scent bathrooms and closets.  These are also a fantastic way to scent your car this summer!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Metallic Scented Stones Recipe

Metallic Scented Stones RecipeNext, we have the Metallic Scented Stones Recipe.  This recipe is scented with Precious Gifts Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  This is another crafts idea that the kids can help with.  With the addition of the 24K gold mica and the diamond dust mica, these scented rocks have the most amazing sparkle.

Scented Twig Centerpiece RecipeHow to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Scented Twig Centerpiece Recipe

Another wonderful way to scent your home this summer is the scented twig centerpiece recipe.  This would be a great way to get the kids outside in nature.  Why not go for a walk and collect twig along the way.  Then, you and the kids can use scented glue and glitter to create this fun centerpiece for your dinner table.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Strawberries and Cream Wax Melts Recipe

Strawberries and Cream Wax Melts RecipeNext, make your home smell like strawberries with the strawberries and cream wax melts recipe.  These wax melts can be used in your wax burners.  This aroma will fill your room with this wonderful aroma.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Smelly Jelly Recipe

Crafts for Easter: Spring Smelly Jelly RecipeA wonderful way to scent your home this summer.  In fact, many that prefer not to leave candles burning choose this option.  Smelly jellies are perfect for smaller rooms and bathrooms.  While this smelly jelly recipe uses spring scents, you can easily use a tropical scent instead or stick to the wonderful lilac fragrance oil that is great for spring or summer.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Pink Salt Potpourri Recipe

Pink Salt Potpourri RecipeNext, this pink salt potpourri recipe can be created to scent your home.  This pomegranate scented potpourri can be added right to your potpourri burner.  It is easy to create and uses just a few simple ingredients.  In fact, it takes minutes to create.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Ducks on the Pond Candle Recipe

Ducks on the Pond Candle RecipeAnother candle recipe is the Ducks on the Pond Candle Recipe.  This recipe uses the gel candle wax to create a translucent candle. In addition, there are wax ducks sitting on top.  Finally, this candle is scented with Natures Garden’s Crystal Blue Waters Fragrance Oil.  This will give your home a fresh water scent!

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Lemon Squares Soap Recipe

Lemon Squares Soap RecipeNow, we have a great soap recipe to use in your bathroom.  These adorable lemon squares soaps will look great as a display in your bathroom.  In addition, it will fill your bathroom with a wonderful lemon scent.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Vacuum Air Freshening Beads Recipe

Vacuum Air Freshening Beads RecipeSo, another option to scent your home this summer is the Vacuum Air Freshening Beads Recipe.  You can use the White Tea Fragrance Oil to scent your home with aroma beads.

How to Scent Your Home This Summer:  Shimmer Gel Potpourri Recipe

Shimmer Gel Potpourri RecipeNext, you can use the Shimmer Gel Potpourri Recipe in your potpourri burner.  This shimmering scented potpourri uses soy wax.  It is scented with Glitter Fragrance Oil to give your home the perfect summer scent.

 

 

Now that you have created a fun indoor project, why not get outside and have some fun!  So, grab the kiddos and try one of these 12 outdoor games for kids from My Kids’ Adventures.  Here, you will find games for kids of all ages!  So, whether you like games like Twister, Memory, or even obstacle courses they have you covered!

May
07

Whipped Soap Recipes


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Whipped Soap BaseWhipped Soap Recipes

Have you created any whipped soap recipes?  If you haven’t, would you like to add a new product to your line of handcrafted soaps?  Often, customers ask how whipped soap is made.  The truth is it is actually very simple when using a base such as the whipped soap base.  Below, we will talk about whipped soap and how you can use it your handmade bath and body products.  In fact, not only can the whipped soap be used alone, it can also be used to create foaming scrubs.  Another use for the whipped soap is soap frosting when creating melt and pour soap.  So, read on to find some fun and creative ways to use whipped soap.

Whipped Soap Recipes: Creating Body Frostings

Let’s start by talking about creating body frostings.  Body frostings are simple to create and can be used just like soap.  However, they have the addition of powdered sugar.  We are often asked why the powdered sugar is added to the body frosting.  Well, the powdered sugar will help to thicken the base just slightly so that it has more of a frosting consistency.  Read on to find out the different ways that we have created body frostings.

Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Foaming Body Frosting RecipeFirst, we have the foaming body frosting recipe.  This soap recipe is a great way to use the whipped soap base from Natures Garden.  This particular soap frosting uses a body safe fragrance oil along with the FUN Soap Colorants to give the soap a little color.  Finally, we topped the whipped soap with decorative sprinkles for a fun twist and an added bonus.

Creme Brulee Whipped Soap Recipe

Creme Brulee Body Frosting RecipeNow, we have the Creme Brulee Whipped Soap Recipe.  This whipped soap is scented with the Creme Brulee Fragrance Oil.  In addition, we added powdered sugar to thicken the soap slightly and give it a gentle exfoliation.  We also topped this soap with brown sugar and a blackberry embed to give it an adorable finishing touch.  This soap embed is created with the Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap.  It also uses the deep purple FUN Soap Colorant along with the black oxide FUN Soap Colorant to give the soap embed a dark purple color.

Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe

Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting RecipeThe Chocolate Foaming Body Frosting Recipe uses Creamy Chocolate Cupcake Fragrance Oil.  This fragrance begins with creamy top notes of bittersweet chocolate and buttercream.  Then, it is followed by warm middle notes of corn syrup and amaretto.  Finally, it is well rounded with base notes of vanilla sugar, malt, dark cocoa, and espresso powder.  In addition, this body frosting uses organic cocoa powder to give the whipped soap a natural chocolate color.

Mango Tangerine Bath Icing Recipe

Mango Tangerine Bath Icing RecipeNext, we have the Mango Tangerine Bath Icing.  This whipped soap recipe is fabulous on its own.  However, when you factor in the Mango Tangerine Fragrance Oil, it takes it over the top.  This strong mango tangerine scent is the as a tropical blend of mango mixed with zesty clementines and red raspberries blended with sweet vanilla.

Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe

Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip RecipeAnother great way to make the whipped soap is the Juicy Lemon Foaming Bath Whip Recipe.  This soap making recipe uses the whipped soap base to create a lemon scented bath soap.  This whipped soap uses Juicy Lemon Fragrance Oil.  Juicy Lemon fragrance oil is the tart aroma of lemon.  The scent has a distinct lemon citron top note, a lilac nuance and lemon rind middle note, finishing with a gingery, woody base note.  In addition, we have added powdered sugar which will slightly thicken the base and give a very gentle exfoliation.

Whipped Soap Recipes: Shaving Cream Recipes

Another wonderful way to use the whipped soap base is in shaving cream recipes.  To create these type of recipes, you simply add a couple of ingredients to the base.  First, you want to add a clay.  Cosmetic clay will add glide to the finished product.  So, you can see why this is the perfect type of additive for shaving soap.  In addition, we have added cosmetic butter to each one.  Whether it be shea, cocoa, or mango butter, it really helps to give the shaving cream extra moisturizing power.

Whipped Shaving Cream Recipe

whipped shaving soapNext, we have the whipped shaving cream recipe.  We have added bentonite clay to this recipe to help pull impurities from the skin.  In addition, this cosmetic clay will give the whipped soap a fabulous glide that is perfect for shaving.  We have also added mango butter to the shaving soap for its moisturizing properties.  We scented this whipped shaving soap with Knock Out Fragrance Oil.  Knock out Fragrance Oil is a spicy, rich, warm woody fragrance with bright notes of lime, bergamot, and pineapple enhanced with notes of rose, muguet lily, and jasmine. These notes are sitting on masculine base notes of green moss, dark musk, cedar, sandalwood, and amber.  It is a true knock out!

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Cream Recipe

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap RecipeAnother fabulous recipe using the whipped soap base is the whipped rose clay shaving cream recipe.  This whipped soap recipe uses rose clay to give the shaving soap a wonderful glide.  In addition, rose clay is perfect for those with sensitive skin since it helps reduce irritation and help with circulation.  Also, this soap has the addition of shea butter to truly pamper your skin.  It is scented with Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil to get your legs runway ready.  Finally, the rose clay gives this whipped shaving soap a gorgeous pink color!

Whipped Soap Recipes: Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipes

Next, the whipped soap recipe can be formulated to create a foaming sugar scrub.  A foaming sugar scrub is created simply by adding sugar to the base.  So, with the addition of granulated white sugar or brown sugar, you can create a quick product that will leave your skin feeling clean, soft, and exfoliated.  You can also add salt to create to the base to create a scrub with extra exfoliating power.

Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub RecipeNow, we have the Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe.  This recipe uses powdered sugar and brown sugar.  So, this whipped soap is a gentle scrubbing soap the smells amazing.  In fact, this whipped soap is scented with Natures Garden’s Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil.  This caramel scent is the aroma of fresh-brewed cappuccino.  So, the scent is filled with top notes of fresh brewed coffee and middle notes of heavy cream.  Finally, the scent is finished with sweet and sugary caramel.

Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe

Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub RecipeNext, we have the Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe. This whipped soap recipe is scented with Natures Garden’s Better Than Sex Cake Fragrance Oil.  In addition, this chocolate whipped soap uses Epsom salt to give the soap scrubbing qualities.  Finally, it has organic cocoa powder added.  This scent is blended with semi-sweet chocolate chips and laced with crunchy toffee bits to create this decadent treat.  Vanilla creme and butterscotch syrup create a luscious undertone, while hints of almond and coconut complete the yummy blend.

Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe

Foaming Sugar Scrub RecipeThis foaming sugar scrub recipe uses white sugar to give the scrub a wonderful exfoliation.  In addition, this scrub is scented with Natures Garden’s Yummy Gummy Fragrance Oil.  The Yummy Gummy scent is a fruit medley of strawberries, raspberries, cherries, and tree ripe peaches squeezed with fresh lemons and essential oil of tangerine warmed by soft woods.

 

Whipped Soap Recipes: Soap Frosting Recipes

Now, I know what you are thinking, didn’t we already talk about body frosting?  Is this a typo?  The answer is no.  With the whipped soap base you can create a soap frosting that can be used to top your melt and pour soap or, in one case below, to create a rolled soap.  While all of the other whipped soap recipes that we have talked about can be simply placed in jars, these are a little different.  When the whipped soap is mixed with melt and pour soap, it can actually be used to top things like soap cupcakes.  In addition, it will setup and harden while still maintaining a frosting look.  When creating this type of recipe, we also add vegetable glycerin so that it still maintains some pliability.

Peeps Bunny Cupcake Soap Recipe

Peeps Bunny Cupcake Soap RecipeFirst, we have the Peeps Bunny Cupcake Soap Recipe.  This recipe is simply a cupcake that has been topped with the soap frosting that we talked about.  It uses Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap Base from Natures Garden.  In addition, we have added an mp Peeps bunny to the top and sprinkles to give the soap a decorative touch.  To be completely honest, this lemon scented soap is my absolute favorite.

 

Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap RecipeAnother way to use soap frosting is to top a soap loaf like we did in the Chocolate Orchid Melt and Pour Soap Recipe.  This soap loaf is topped with fluffy soap frosting.  It is also scented with the Chocolate Orchid Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  So, it smells AMAZING!  In addition, it has brown swirls embedded throughout and purple soap confetti to give it a festive look and feel.  Finally, it was topped with the soap frosting and brown and purple soap confetti was added to the top.

Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe

Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap RecipeFinally, we have the Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe.  This soap recipe can be difficult for beginners.  So, you definitely want to have some experience working with whipped soap recipes before attempting this soap recipe.  It is scented with Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Fragrance Oil.  It was inspired by this cake roll recipe from Spend With Pennies.  So, the chocolate colored portion of the roll was created with melt and pour soap.  We added vegetable glycerin to the mp soap to give it flexibility.  Then, we created pink soap frosting and placed it on top.  Once we had the soap frosting in place, we rolled the soap just like you would roll a pumpkin roll.  We topped the soap with the whipped soap frosting, using rubbing alcohol to help hold everything in place.  Finally, we drizzled the soap with white mp soap.

Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe

Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap RecipeFinally, we have the Macaroon Melt and Pour Soap Recipe.  Of course, we scented this mp soap recipe with Almond Macaroon Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden.  However, this soap recipe uses the whipped soap base to create little soap sandwiches that look like macaroons.  We used the whipped soap base to create a soap frosting and used the soap frosting as our cookie filling.

 

We hope that you have enjoyed learning about these whipped soap base recipes.  Perhaps you found a new way to use the base or a new craft recipe to try.  We would love to see how you have used the whipped soap base.  Tag us in your project pictures on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents.  You can also share your picture on our Facebook page.  We absolutely love hearing from our customers and seeing your creations!

Dec
21

Fragrance Oils for the New Year


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Fragrance Oils for the New YearFragrance Oils for the New Year

One great way to ring in the new year is with some fun and unique fragrance oils! There are all kinds of fantastic way to make both candle making recipes and soap making recipes with these scented oils. Since we are quickly approaching the new year, you will be sure to want to get some new fragrance oils to create uniquely scented homemade recipes. We at Natures Garden have some perfect wholesale fragrance oils for the New Year that you can use to make homemade craft recipes for the new year. So, you can use our cosmetic blog to find the best new years scented oils for creating your own homemade craft recipes!

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Guardian Angel Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil

As we move into the new year, we pray to continue to be protected by our guardian angels. So, the loving aroma of our Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil is a perfect scent to ring in the new year. The aroma begins with an innocent and loving blend of soft rose petals, baby breath, and white flowers. Then, the scent has accents of clove, nutmeg, patchouli, sandalwood, and Madagascar vanilla. Altogether, these notes create a wonderful fragrance oil for you to use to scent your new years crafts!

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Chubba Dubba Weight Loss Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Chubba Dubba Weight Loss Fragrance Oil

New Year’s Day is often a time when people make resolutions to improve their lives in some ways. Often people will resolve to lose weigh in the new year and this scented oil has captured the essence of this resolution. So, another great new years fragrance oil that you can use to create a new year’s crafts for adults is our Chubba Dubba Weight Loss Fragrance Oil. This scented oil uses a fresh aroma blend of Sicilian orange, lemongrass, lemon slices, jasmine, green tea, and Tahitian vanilla. Also, you can use the lovely aroma of this fragrance to create fantastic homemade recipes like the Green Tea Scrub Recipe. You will be sure to love this healthy and scrumptious scented oil!

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: New Born Baby Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: New Born Baby Fragrance Oil

Just like New Years, our New Born Baby Fragrance Oil is a celebration of life, love, and new beginnings. So, this scented oil is perfect for creating a happy new year craft recipe. This scented oil is a delicate blend of rose, geranium and ylang with notes of hint of orange flower for a classic baby accord. Lastly, these notes blends with an aroma of sandalwood with smooth woody tones and a velvety base of musk and powdery sweetness.  So, you will definitely want to check out this lovely fragrance oil blend for your scented craft recipes. You can make some lovely bath and body recipes, like the Baby Shower Cold Process Soap Recipe, and other recipes like soft, lovely scented candles.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Vanilla Champagne Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil

Another great scented oil that you can use to celebrate the New Year is our elegant Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil. This festive fragrance oil has a sparkling aldehydic accent that is perfect for celebrating the new year. Further, the fizzy effect of this scent perfectly blends with the citrus top notes of lime and orange, the hints of green floral notes, and the rum liquor notes. Finally, this fragrance oil continues with notes of woodsy notes, earthy accents, and sweet vanilla bean. This beautiful blend of fragrance notes creates a perfect aroma for your scented homemade crafts.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Purple Hooters Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Purple Hooters Fragrance Oil

Our Purple Hooters Fragrance Oil is another perfect scented oil that you can use to celebrate the new year. In fact, you can truly enjoy your night with both real purple hooters in a fun martini glass along with the lovely aroma of this scented oil. So, you can use the sweet and fruity aroma of this scented oil to create scented crafts as well. This fragrance oil has a wonderful blend of sparkling strawberries, raspberries, citrus greenery, and soft floral notes. Whether you are making scented soap or homemade scented candles you will be sure to love this fragrance in your own creations.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: NG Strawberry & Champagne Type Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: NG Strawberry & Champagne Type Fragrance Oil

A refreshing glass of bubbly champagne is another great way to enjoy watching the ball drop as you celebrate the dawn of the New Year. Also, the aroma of our NG Strawberry & Champagne Type Fragrance Oil would perfectly compliment your celebratory experience. This lovely scented oil is a sweet blend of red fruits that is boosted by the aroma blend of lily of the valley and apple cider. Altogether these scrumptious fragrance oil notes would be perfect for creating diy crafts. One scented craft that you can use as a delightful party favor is our scrumptious and conditioning Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Lavender Martini Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use our Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil to help you ring in the new year! Of course, you can use this scent to inspire some new years favors ideas. So, you can create some fantastically scented homemade soap and candle recipes. This scrumptious fragrance oil has top notes of tangy lemon zests, orange, and bubbly carbonation. These top notes are followed by middle notes of spicy bergamot, mint, and lavender. Lastly, this blend of gorgeous aromas are all sitting on a base of rosewood. You can use this scented oil to create the Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe and other fantastic cosmetic recipes.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Gin Martini Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Gin Martini Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use our lovely Gin Martini Fragrance Oil to create some candle and soap making recipes. You will love the aroma of this bubbly fragrance oil. This scented oil has aldehydic bubbly top notes of club soda with warm citrus enhancements. These notes are followed by middle notes of fresh rosemary, balsam fir needles, and crushed ginger. Lastly, these notes are all embraced by a crisp bottom note of cedar. Of course, you can use this scented oil to create some fantastic scented candles or bath and body recipes.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

Not only can you use fragrance oils like our Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil to create party favors, but you can use this scent to decorate your home. If you are looking for some new years eve party theme ideas, then you can try using a bubbly scent like this fragrance. This scented oil has a sparkling bouquet of grapefruit, lemon & orange blended with fresh tones of red fruit and a twist of crushed pomegranate seeds in this lively scent. Then, this aroma has hints of green foliage that are freshened with a blend of crisp aldehydes to reinforce the sparkling top note. So, this scent is a great scent that you can use to create some fantastic recipes!

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Champagne Pear Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Champagne Pear Fragrance Oil

Another great scented oil that you can use to create some fantastic scented craft recipes is our Champagne Pear Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has notes of citrus and melon. This is accented with crisp green notes that all blend perfectly to create a champagne accent for this fruity scent. Orchard pear and fresh apple are balanced at the heart of the fragrance with a hint of apple blossom creates texture for the fruity accord. Lastly, the luxurious musk undertone will soften the blend. So, you can use this scrumptious fragrance oil to create some gorgeously scented crafts.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Fragrance Oil

Of course, you can use our Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Fragrance Oil to create some lovely new year eve crafts. This scented oil has an aroma of sweet wild grapes that are enhanced with hints of fresh strawberries and sugary notes with a light alcoholic background. Altogether this scented oil will provide you with a wonderful aroma of red sweet Cabernet wine. This delightful wine aroma is perfect for creating lovely party favors that everyone will be sure to enjoy!

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil

If you are looking for a sweeter scrumptious aroma, then you can use our delicious Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil. The lovely blend of essential oils will provide this fragrance with crisp, juicy top notes that are absolutely perfect. The Blue Hawaiian fragrance will begin with mouth-watering top notes of juicy orange, lemon, and maraschino cherries. Then, this aroma is followed by tangy pineapple, acai berry, and sea spray. Finally, this scent is perfectly rounded out with base notes of sweet coconut, vanilla rum, and fresh ozonic notes. So, you will be sure to enjoy the sweet, tropical aroma in your sweet scented cosmetic recipes.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Beer Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Beer Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use our refreshing Beer Fragrance Oil to create some fantastic new year decorations! The fantastic notes of this fragrance will create a beer scent that is infinitely better than a stale-smelling beer scent or a beer scent that was created with floral notes. Instead, the aroma of this wonderful beverage scented oil is a perfect one. This scented oil is a creative blend of malt liquor and hops with fruity notes of strawberry, pineapple, apple, and raspberry. A few fun ways that you can use to create the Beer Candle Recipe or the Red Solo Cup Soap Recipe. So, you can create some wonderful homemade scented crafts with this aroma for the holidays.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Amaretto Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Amaretto Fragrance Oil

Lastly, you can use the lovely aroma of our Amaretto Fragrance Oil to liven up your New Year’s Eve party! This scrumptious fragrance oil is perfect for creating all kinds of fantastic candles and lovely cosmetic recipes. This delightful scented oil has a fresh, true almond aroma with sweet notes of ripe and juicy cherries. This delicious blend of scented oil notes is perfect for creating some fun new years eve decorations wholesale. Not only are these new year decorations ideas great for decorating for New Years, but they are perfect to use as party favors as well.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Ancient Celebrations of the New Year

Although we have seemingly always celebrated the New Year on the first of January, not every single civilization in the history of the world has followed the same kind of calendar. In fact, some civilizations used a very different calendar. One of these different kinds of calendars includes an ancient calendar from the Romans, which considers 304 days to be a full year. While this method was created to match the vernal equinox, the calendar began to fall out of sync with the natural schedule. So, ancient Romans, including Julius Caesar, gathered mathematicians and astronomers to create a better fitting calendar. If you are interested in learning more about different ways ancient civilizations have marked a new year, then you may want to check out Ancient Origin’s article on The Ancient Origins of New Year’s Celebrations.

Fragrance Oils for the New Year: Reach Out to UsFragrance Oils for the New Year: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed our best new years fragrance oils! If you have any questions, then feel free to reach out to us. You can ask us about these scented oils and how to use them or any other relevant crafting questions. We are available to answer your questions at the Natures Garden store, over the phone on our HUG line, and on our website. An easy way to find us online is through our social media page.You can find us on our Facebook page. Also, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask questions, but you can share the homemade creations that you made with these scents! We’d like to wish you good luck with your cosmetic recipes and we hope to hear from you soon!

Dec
18

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes


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12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes

We at Natures Garden have 12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes that you can use to learn more about making your own homemade cosmetic recipes. There are various cosmetic ingredients that are discussed in our various cosmetic classes. Each of our cosmetic classes shares important information on various potential ingredients that can be used to create fantastic bath and body recipes. You can find these classes both online and in pdf form. So, you can use these classes to learn more about the various cosmetic ingredients that you can use in your homemade recipes.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Baking Soda Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Baking Soda Class

There are many different ways that you can use baking soda in your life. Of course, you can use baking soda in various bath and body recipes. This cosmetic ingredient is useful for providing a soft, silky feel and acting as a deodorizer. However, cosmetic recipes isn’t the only time when baking soda will be useful. In fact, there are other occasions where baking soda will come in handy. There are all kinds of ways you can use baking soda to cleanse and deodorize in your homemade recipes, which you can find out more about in our Baking Soda Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Beeswax Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Beeswax Class

Another fun cosmetic ingredient that can be useful in many different ways is bees wax! Our Beeswax Class will share ways that this ingredient can be used in crafts, food, and other uses. For cosmetics you can use beeswax to add integrity and conditioning properties to products like lip stick, eye liner, and much more! Also, you can use this cosmetic wax to create homemade candles or protect important things from the elements. Plus, this informative cosmetic class will share how beeswax is created. So, there is quite a lot that you can learn from this cosmetic class on bees wax!

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Borax Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Borax Class

Also, you can use borax to create various bath and body products. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to enhance various recipes, including bath bombs, creams, shampoos, and other cosmetic recipes. Further, our Borax Class will share other ways that you can use this cosmetic ingredient. One way that borax can be used to enhance various cleaning products. Also, borax can be used in medicinal recipes. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to add all kinds of benefits, which includes removing bacteria and fungus as well as helping heal wounds.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Citric Acid Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Citric Acid Class

Citric acid is another fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can use in your homemade recipes. First of all, citric acid is often used to enhance bath recipes, like bath bombs and creams. Not only does this cosmetic ingredient reduce the pH of your bath recipes, but this cosmetic ingredient cares for the skin. Also, you can use citric acid to clean your home and remove stains. Plus, there are some medicinal benefits of using this cosmetic herb. If you are interested in using citric acid for these purposes or finding other ways to use this ingredient, then you may want to check out our Citric Acid Class.

 

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Butter Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Uses in Cosmetics

Cocoa is a scrumptious cosmetic ingredient that you will love in all kinds of recipes. Of course, you can find this cosmetic ingredient in the food aisle in the main ingredient in chocolate!  So, it makes sense that cocoa butter has a mild chocolate flavor that you can enjoy in your confections as well as cosmetic recipes. So, you can use various forms of this scrumptious chocolate cosmetic ingredient to create fantastic bath recipes.

 12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Butter Class

One of the cosmetic ingredients that you can use to incorporate cocoa in your bath recipes is cocoa butter. There are some great uses for cocoa butter in your various bath and body recipes. First of all, you can use this cosmetic ingredient to add some beneficial conditioning properties to your products. So, the cocoa butter can be used to add conditioning properties to all kinds of cosmetic recipes from lip care recipes to conditioner recipes. Another great way to use this scrumptious cosmetic ingredient is medicinally, as this ingredient can be beneficial for helping healing burns and much more. If you check out our Cocoa Butter Class, then you can discover these uses as well as recipes that we have formulated with this cosmetic ingredient.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Powder Class

Another great way that you can include scrumptious cocoa in your bath and body recipes is cocoa powder. You can use this cosmetic powder to add a delicious scent and fantastic properties to your bath and body recipes. You can find out more about the various uses of this cosmetic herb for your recipes in our Cocoa Powder Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Clays Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Clays Class

If you are interested in trying out a type of cosmetic clay in your homemade bath and body recipes, then you will want to check out our Cosmetic Clays Class. This cosmetic class will go over the various properties of all the cosmetic clays that we carry at Natures Garden. First, this class shares all of the benefits of Bentonite Clay, which includes cleansing and softening the skin.

Also, you can use the various minerals and healing properties of Dead Sea Clay to enhance your various cosmetic recipes. Plus, you can use French Green Clay to improve your complexion, relieve sunburn, and so much more! Further, you can use a skin sensitive ingredient like Kaolin Clay or Rose Clay to benefit your body both inside and outside. You can use Rhassoul Clay and Red Moroccan Clay to cleanse, detox, and care for the skin. So, you can use our cosmetic clay class to choose the best ingredients for you own use.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ

We at Natures Garden have everything that you will need to create your very own homemade cosmetic recipes. Our various bath and body supplies will provide your cosmetic recipes with skin loving properties that will care for your body. Each of these various cosmetic recipes can be used to provide benefits to your homemade recipes. Whether you want to create a conditioning recipe or cleansing recipe, you can use some fantastic cosmetic making supplies to make various cosmetic recipes. If you are interested in creating a new cosmetic recipe, then you can use our class on Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ to learn about the various ingredients that you can use. This cosmetic class will provide you with information on the creation and quality of our cosmetic ingredients.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Salts Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Salts Class

Another fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can include in your bath and body recipes is a cosmetic salt. These cosmetic ingredients will exfoliate and care for your skin. One fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can use to create your cosmetic recipes is Dead Sea Salt. This therapeutic cosmetic salt will care for the skin as well as reduce stress and muscle tension. Also, you can use Himalayan Pink Salt to create your cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic ingredient contains minerals that would both cleanse and condition the skin. Lastly, you can include Hawaiian Black Salt in your cosmetic recipes, which includes both cosmetic salt and activated charcoal. So, your cosmetic ingredient will both detoxify and care for the skin. If you want to learn more about the specific ways that each cosmetic salt can benefit your bath and body recipes, then take a look at our more detailed Cosmetic Salts Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Emulsifiers in Cosmetics12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Emulsifiers in Cosmetics

An emulsifier is one of the most important cosmetic ingredient for making conditioning cosmetic recipes. For recipes like lotions, conditioners, and similar cosmetics, you need to properly combine oils and waters. Due to the differences in polarity oil and water does not combine easily. So, you need to use an emulsifying cosmetic ingredient that will bond to both the oil and water in your cosmetic recipe. Adding in a good emulsifying agent will make sure that your cosmetic ingredients don’t separate. Now, there are two types of emulsions that you can have for your products. One type of emulsion uses more water and the other type uses more cosmetic oil. If you want to learn more about the similarities and differences between the two types of emulsions, then check out our cosmetic class on Emulsifiers in Cosmetics.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Epsom Salt Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Epsom Salt Class

Another great cosmetic salt that you can use in your homemade bath and body recipes is Epsom Salt. Of course, this cosmetic ingredient can be used to moisturize, exfoliate, reduce inflammation, and reduce stress as you soak in the tub. Plus, there are many other great uses for this fantastic cosmetic salt. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to benefit the plants in your garden, detox your body, remove splinters, and much more! So, you will definitely want to check out our Epsom Salt Class to learn all about how you can use this cosmetic ingredient to benefit your finished products.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Surfactants in Cosmetics12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Surfactants in Cosmetics

Another cosmetic ingredient that you can add to your cosmetic recipes is a surfactant. There are a few different types of surfactants, but each one will have cleansing properties for your cosmetic recipes. While each one has strong cleansing properties, each type of surfactant has different properties. Some of these cosmetic ingredients have different charges which will lead to a different pH in your final cosmetic recipes. Also, you can use some of these cosmetic ingredients to provide a foaming property to your bath and body products. If you want more details on the properties of surfactants or would like specific examples of the cosmetic ingredients, then check out our class on Surfactants in Cosmetics.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Essential Oils Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Essential Oils Class

Another great cosmetic ingredient that you can use in your bath and body recipe is our wide variety of wholesale essential oils. These true essential oils can be used to naturally scent your homemade cosmetic recipes. Further, each of our various essential oils have a few different properties that can be used to care for the body. For instance, you can use our bergamot oil to relax your muscles and reduce muscle cramps. Further this fantastic essential oil has a sweet citrus aroma for your cosmetic recipe. Plus, our Essential Oils Class will share with you how essential oils are created, some essential oil information, and other skin benefits. Further, this cosmetic class will share with you ways to include essential oils in your bath and body recipes. So, you will be sure to enjoy

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Homemade Cosmetic Gifts

With the holiday season approaching, you are sure to be looking for the perfect gift ideas for your loved ones. One great idea for a Christmas gift is a quality homemade gift that is unique and from the heart. Plus, these cosmetic recipes will care for the skin or hair. So, you can give cosmetics as a sure way to pamper your loved ones and show them that you care! If you happen to be looking for some ideas that for cosmetic recipes, then you may want to check out an article on 20 Easy DIY Beauty Products That Make Great Christmas Gifts by Mamabee.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Reach Out to Us12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have found some cosmetic oils that you can use these ingredients to create fantastic recipes. If you have any questions about any of these cosmetic ingredients, then feel free to /reach out to us! You can find us on the phone, in the store, or online. An easy way to find us online is through our social media pages. One way to find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these platforms to ask questions, but you can you can reach out to other craft makers and share your ideas for homemade cosmetic recipes. So, we  hope to hear from you soon!

Oct
18

What is Oat Straw?


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What is Oat Straw?What is Oat Straw?

What is oat straw? The oat straw is made of the stem and flower pieces that are left behind after the oats are separated after the harvest. These oats are used to create all kinds of delicious recipes. Then, the oat straw herb can be used to supplement and care for your body. First, you can use the Oat Straw Green Tops Cut and SIfted and Oat Straw Green Powder as cosmetic herbs that can be used to provide all kinds of benefits to your skin. Additionally, you may find some medicinal benefits you can gain from using this wholesale herb. So, let’s get into some of the wonderful benefits that you can have from using this cosmetic herb in your various products!  

What is Oat Straw?: Growing ConditionsWhat is Oat Straw?: Growing Conditions

You will need to plant your oats in a climate with moderate temperatures. Also, you will want to plant your seeds in early spring. Furthermore, you need to plant this herb outdoors. This is important because it requires wind to pollinate and full sun to grow. While sprouts need moist soil to help with germination, adult plants need dry, well draining soil. Though there are a few conditions that this plant will require to survive, it is pretty hardy otherwise. For example, this plant is fairly resistant to droughts. Although this plant prefers sandy or loamy soil, it is hardy enough to be grown in heavier soil as well. Further, this straw can be grown in slightly more acidic soils, too. 

What is Oat Straw?: Harvesting Oat Straw

There are a few ways that you can harvest this herb right at home. You can either harvest right before they are ripe or after they have already ripened. First, many farmers will harvest their oat straw when they the greenest oat kernels are just about to turn a cream color, as this provides them with the largest yield. Then, the farmers will leave them dry in the sun for a few days before bailing them.  Alternatively, you can wait for the plant to ripen on its own.

Although this next method typically leads to greater losses for a large scale farmer, you may want to do it this way for a small, home garden. In order to harvest your plants, you will want to cut the plant roughly 10 cm from the ground using a scythe of a sickle. After, you need to give your oats time to dry in the sun. Once dry, you will need to separate the straw from the grain and you will have your own oat straw.

Further, you can collect seeds that you can save for the following year. too. Just wait for the seeds to turn brown on the plant before taking them. Then, dry these seeds for a few days and separate them. Once the oats and straw are separated you can allow them to dry for a bit longer before you store them for the next year.

What is Oat Straw?: Industrial Uses

There are many wonderful ways to use oat straw in your various recipes and products. First, you can incorporate this herb into teas or sprinkle it on food. This will allow you to benefit from the nutrients and other qualities that this herb has to offer your body. Also, you can use this herb to create nourishing bath and body recipes that you are sure to love. This herb will rejuvenate your whole body, including your skin, nails, and hair. So, you can use this herb to create all kinds of beneficial recipes.

What is Oat Straw?: Food and BeveragesWhat is Oat Straw?: Food and Beverages

The oat straw is what is left over when the oats are harvested. While the oats are useful for creating yummy foods like oatmeal, the straw left behind has some benefits, too. Many that want to incorporate this herb into their diet will create a tea, but there are other ways to eat this herb, too. You can add a bit of the powdered form or an extract to food, smoothies, or tonics. While the taste of oat straw is described by some as soft or mellow, it is not particularly tasty on its own. Luckily, it can be easily disguised in other scrumptious recipes.

What is Oat Straw?: Medicinal UsesWhat is Oat Straw?: Medicinal Uses

Of course, this mild herb has some benefits for your body. This is the main reason why people will create oat straw tea or even take the supplement. However, this herb isn’t a new additive for healing purposes. In fact, traditional European medicine included this herb to treat various ailments. Over time, this cosmetic herb has spread to other areas and used to continue to nourish the human body. So, let’s talk about all the known benefits of using this lovely cosmetic herb.

What is Oat Straw?: Medicinal Benefits

In the middle ages, some people would claim that oat straw could be used to support brain health. Recently, a study was done that revealed oat straw to have a useful effect on reducing feelings of depression and anxiety. The researchers providing this herb provided a reduction in stress and promoted socialization. Also, this herb has been able to promote alertness and increase cognitive abilities in some individuals. Plus, these two minerals along with vitamin B can be useful for soothing your nerves. This can be beneficial for reducing anxiety and are thought to be restorative to those that feel tired, worn out and are in need of recovery. So, this herb can be useful for dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome. Additionally, you can use this herb to promote healthy digestion. This herb is known to soothe the stomach and strengthen the digestive system.

Further, this herb is full of nutrients, like calcium and magnesium, that are useful for building strong bones. Additionally, this herb is thought to promote a hormone that is used to promote cell growth, which could lead to building stronger bones. Not only is this herb useful for strong bones, but this herb has been thought to be useful for fighting osteoporosis. Since this disease’s main symptom is a decrease in bone density, an herb like this can be useful for regaining bone density. Also, some people will use this herb to help treat arthritis. 

Additionally, this herb was classified as an aphrodisiac in the 19th century. A study that was done on this herb more recently and did find some truth to the claim. However, this herb only affected male performance. Although researchers found mixed results, some have found that this herb can be useful for helping quit smoking. So, this may be the perfect tool to help a lighter smoker quit this habit. Also, many will ingest Oat Straw tea to help promote healthy cell growth, which can promote hair growth and lead to thicker, healthier locks.

What is Oat Straw?: Bath and Body UsesWhat is Oat Straw?: Bath and Body Uses

Not only can you use the oat straw herb to nourish the inside of the body, but you can use this cosmetic herb to care for the outside of the body, too. You can use this herb to create rejuvenating bath and body products. Also, you can include this cosmetic herb in nourishing hair care products. The nutrients and beneficial properties of this herb are useful for normal skin care as well as treating various conditions. So, you can learn about some of the reasons you would want to use this herb in your homemade products.

What is Oat Straw?: Bath and Body Benefits

First, you can use this wonderful herb to nourish your dry skin. The vitamins and minerals in the oat straw herb are useful for softening your skin and leaving you feeling smooth and rejuvenated. Additionally, allowing your skin to soak in the benefits of oat straw can relieve varicose veins as well as reducing dry, irritated skin.

Further, it is thought that you can use this cosmetic herb perfectly for dealing with dry, irritated, or damaged skin. Not only does this herb have anti-inflammatory properties, but the nutrient rich properties of the herb can be used to soothe the skin. So, this herb would be perfect for adding to bath and body recipes. Simply add this to in bath tea and soak to relieve dry, itchy skin. This can be especially useful for anyone dealing with sunburns, rashes, shingles, or mild eczema.

Also, adding this herb to your foot or hand creams can be beneficial to your nails. Since this herb contains silica, it is useful for strengthening your nails and can help to prevent them from splitting. Additionally, you can perfect incorporate this herb into hair care products. This herb has softening properties that will leave your hair feeling fantastic. Further, this cosmetic ingredient contains anti-inflammatory properties that are useful for remedying an itchy, dry scalp. So, this cosmetic herb can be useful for reducing dandruff.

What is Oat Straw?: Natures Garden RecipesWhat is Oat Straw?: Natures Garden Recipes

We used the Oat Straw Green Powder herb to create some fantastic bath and body recipes. First, we have the scrumptious Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe. This herb works perfectly with the oils and butters to create a recipe that is absolutely skin loving. Further, the light exfoliation of the brown sugar is perfect for helping to rejuvenate the skin. Additionally, we created the Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe with this lovely cosmetic herb.  The oat straw herb is perfect for blending with the other cosmetic herbs to create a relaxing bath tea that will nourish the skin.

What is Oat Straw?: Other UsesWhat is Oat Straw?: Other Uses

Some people will use oat straw to help out in the garden. You can use this straw as an inexpensive mulch that will help protect your plants. The straw will help retain moisture and prevent weeds from sprouting up. Although this isn’t the type of mulch that you would want to decorate your flower bed, it is perfect for a home garden to keep your plants safe. Using straw is especially useful for keeping blueberries moist as well as avoiding certain diseases in tomatoes, peppers, and squash. Additionally, a thick layer of straw can protect plants like watermelons or pumpkins to provide them with an area to grow unblemished. If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of using this herb in the garden, then check out Straw Turns to Gold in the Farmers Almanac.

What is Oat Straw?: Ask Us Your QuestionsWhat is Oat Straw?: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you enjoyed learning a bit more about the oat straw herb. If you have any more questions about this cosmetic herb or any other Herbs and Spices, then you can feel free to reach out to ask us. We are available to answer your questions at the Natures Garden store, on the phone, and online. An easy way to contact us online is on one of our social media pages. We have a Facebook page that you can use to ask us questions or even share your wonderful bath and body creations. Also, you can use the @ngscents handle to reach out to us on Twitter and Instagram. Whether you want to use this platform to share your own herbal recipes with us or ask cosmetics questions, we can’t wait to hear from you!

What is Oat Straw?: A Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our herbs, like the Oat Straw Green Powder and the Oat Straw Green Tops Cut and Sifted, for external use only. We do not sell these herbs as food items. The information we provide is for educational purposes only. It should not be used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease with this information. Further, the Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the information that we provide. You should keep all herbs out of reach of both your children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs and all testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Jul
11

Types of Cosmetic Salt


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Types of Cosmetic SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt

There are a many different types of cosmetic salt that you can use to create some fantastic bath and body recipes. These wholesale salts have different minerals and properties that you can use with other bath and body supplies to nourish your entire body. These cosmetic ingredients available at Natures Garden can be used to exfoliate and detoxify the skin. Further, many of these wholesale bath salts have different properties that can be used to add some nourishing properties to your whole body. So, you can use this blog to learn about the different benefits of these salts and we will even share some recipes that you can create with these cosmetic salts!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom SaltTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt

Epsom Salt naturally occurs when naturally formed chalk meets non porous London clay in Surrey England. This natural salt can be used to care for the body. Some people soak in Epsom salt in the tub to reduce pain from muscle soreness, cramps, bruises, or strains. Also, insect bites and stings have been known to be relieved by this salt. After using this salt, your skin will be left feeling soft and clean. If you want to learn about some other uses for this cosmetic ingredient, then you may want to check out our Epsom Salt Class to learn about all the Epsom salt products that you can create.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Epsom Salt Recipes

You can buy bulk Epsom salts to create all kinds of wonderful handcrafted bath and body recipes. First, you can use this cosmetic ingredient to create the Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe. This wonderful cosmetic ingredient is useful for soaking in the tub to relax and soothe your aches and pains. Also, you can use this cosmetic ingredient in a handmade salt scrub, like the Chocolate Bath Butter Scrub Recipe. You can use a salt scrub recipe like this to exfoliate the dead skin and renew the skin underneath with the properties of the cosmetic oils and butters.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt

Another salt that you can use in your cosmetic recipes is the Dead Sea Salt. This salt is almost exclusively used for cosmetic recipes and beauty supplies, as this salt contains many minerals that are beneficial for the skin. So, you can perfectly incorporate this recipe in your own cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic salt is said to be help with healing for the skin. This wholesale bath salt is known to decrease water retention, reduce signs of aging, relax muscle tension, and increase circulation. Additionally, it is thought that this salt can be useful for dealing with dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground

First, you can use the Fine Ground Dead Sea Salt with your other bath and body supplies to create some skin loving recipes. The fine ground sea salt can be used to make great exfoliating recipes that can easily remove dead skin and help rejuvenate the new skin. Plus, you can use this salt to create a nice salt soak through bath and body recipes, like bath bombs or fizzies.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use this fine ground salt in all kinds of recipes. First, you can use this dead sea salt in the Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe. This salt scrub is perfect for exfoliating your skin as well as nourishing the body with beneficial minerals. Plus, this recipe is perfect if your are looking for sea salt scrubs to tighten skin. Additionally, you can add this salt to the Mint Chocolate Chip Chip Ice Cream Bath Fizzies Recipe, which is perfect for adding to a bath. So, you can enjoy the relaxing benefits as you lay back in the tub.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground

Another way to gain the benefits of this salt is by using Coarse Ground Dead Sea Salt. This cosmetic ingredient has all the same wonderful benefits in a slightly larger form. So, you can perfectly use this salt for things like decorating the tops of your recipes or to soak in the bath. Plus, these larger bath salt crystals are perfect for nourishing your body and relieving stress.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Dead Sea Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

One recipe that we used the wholesale Dead Sea Salt is our Rainbow Bath Salts Recipe. This bulk sea salt, combined with our other bath and body supplies, is perfect to create a gorgeous and effective bath recipe! Adding a scoop or two to your bath will provide you with fun bubbly .  In addition, it is scented with the gorgeous aroma of Celestial Fragrance Oil. Furthermore, this coarse salt is able to provide the body with some fantastic benefits.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt

Next, we have a gorgeous salt that was created in an ancient sea near the Himalayan mountains. Overtime this sea began to disappear and now the salt has been left behind. Now, this mineral rich sea salt is mined right near the beautiful mountain range. So, you can use this fantastic salt to create all kinds of wonderful cosmetic recipes.

Some have found that using this cosmetic ingredient in a salt soak can be beneficial for detoxifying the body, as the salt helps release toxins as your skin absorbs the minerals in the salt. Also, some have found that pink salt can be useful for clearing out your nasal passages using a Neti Pot. Plus, the pink salt can be useful for shrinking pores, reducing oily skin, promoting healing, and exfoliating dead skin. Further, this salt has been thought to be useful for killing bacteria that causes acne. So, this salt is a beneficial cosmetic supply for your recipes.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground

Another great cosmetic salt that you can use in your recipes is the Fine Ground Himalayan Pink Salt. This beautiful pink salt is perfect for providing your skin with beneficial properties and your products with a lovely appearance. So, you can easily create recipes that are pretty, pink, and wonderful for skin care.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground Recipes

You can use pink Himalayan salt to create some fantastic recipes for your skin. Both the Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe and the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub Recipe can be useful for rejuvenating the skin. Further, these scrubs contain oils that can be useful for nourishing the skin after the salt exfoliates and nourishes the skin with minerals.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use Coarse Ground Himalayan Pink Salt to create your cosmetic recipes. This salt contains all the fantastic benefits of the fine pink salt with larger, crystal appearance. So, you can easily add this salt to decorate your bath and body products and add some extra nourishment. Additionally, the Himalayan pink salt wholesale is one of our coarse salts that is known to help purify the air. So, it can be beneficial to use this salt in wax melt recipes. 

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

The gorgeous Pink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe uses both fine and coarse salts to create a bath bomb recipe that will care for your entire body. Plus, these differently textured salts are able to create beautiful effect in the final product. Additionally, you can use this coarse pink salt to create the Pink Salt Potpourri Recipe. This salt is mixed with a scrumptious fragrance and DPG Solvent Liquid to create a fantastic potpourri recipe. So, you can take a scoop and add it to your potpourri burner to enjoy a clean, spice aroma in your home.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt

The Black Hawaiian Salt is sometimes referred to as Lava Salt and has a unique color. Although it is called black salt, the natural form is actually a reddish black color. This unique color comes from the presence of various minerals, which provide some wonderful properties. This salt is thought to relieve pain of sore muscles as well as from a sunburn. Also, this cosmetic herb will slow signs of aging and promote healthy cell activity. Further, our cosmetic Hawaiian Black Salt contains activated charcoal powder to create a dark black appearance. Not only does this create a gorgeous appearance, but it adds some cleansing and detoxifying properties to the herb.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

Also, you can use the Fine Ground Hawaiian Black Salt to create some wonderful bath and body recipes. Both the salt and the activated charcoal will work together to care for your skin. You can use the cosmetic salt to reduce inflammation, promote healthy skin growth, and reduce muscle soreness. Further, the activated charcoal will help the salt pull toxins from your skin and clean your body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Fine Ground

This blend of natural salt and activated charcoal is fantastic for cleansing the body. So, it would be perfect to include in cp soap recipes, like our Total Hot Man CP Soap Recipe. This homemade soap recipe includes a dusting of this cosmetic salt to provide extra cleansing and exfoliation properties to the bar. So, you will have a soap that will leave your skin feeling fantastic.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse GroundTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground

Additionally, you can use the Coarse Ground Hawaiian Black Salt in many of your handcrafted recipes and still maintain all of the same benefits. Of course, this black salt uses both the lava salt and the activated charcoal. However, the coarse is larger and can be used to enhance the design as well as care for the body.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground RecipesTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Hawaiian Black Salt Coarse Ground Recipes

For example, the coarse salt was perfect for creating the Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe. This bath and body recipe includes both the fine and coarse black Hawaiian black salt, but the coarse salt is perfect to make the lump look more like real coal. So, both of these salts can be useful for creating a recipe that is unique, skin loving, and beautiful!

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Using Salts for Cooking

There are many different types of salt that you can incorporate in your bath and body creations. Each of these beautiful salts have a slightly different mineral content that can be used to nourish the body. However, skin care isn’t all that these salts are good for. The food grade salts are each unique and have a slightly different flavor. So, each type of salt can be perfect to add to specific dishes to enhance them better than any other. For example, the black Hawaiian salt would be amazing for pork and seafood and the bold flavor of Pink Himalayan salt is perfect for cooking. So, check out The 12 Different Types of Salt + How to Use Each by Wide Open Eats to learn a bit more about the flavor of a few different kinds of salts.

Types of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your QuestionsTypes of Cosmetic Salt: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any other questions about these cosmetic salts, then you can check out our Cosmetic Salts Class. Also, you can ask us any of your questions about these cosmetic supplies or any other herbs, too! You can find us online, in the store, or on the phone. Anyone that wants to find us online can use any of our social media pages. We have a Facebook page that you can contact us through. Also, we are on both Twitter and Instagram using the handle @ngscents. We hope that you enjoy these cosmetic salts and have fun creating your very own bath and body recipes!

Jun
12

Independence Day Soap Recipe


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Independence Day Soap RecipeIndependence Day Soap Recipe

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Other Needed Equipment

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Clean and Prepare

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

 Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weights for First Layer

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Pouring the White Layer

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for Second Layer

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

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

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

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

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

 Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for the Third Layer

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for Fourth Layer

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for the Blue Sprinkles

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Amounts for the Red Sprinkles

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for the Blue Curls

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Preparing the Blue Curls

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Creating the Blue Curls

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Total Weight for Whipped Soap Topping

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

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

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: Adding the Whipped Soap Topping

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

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

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

Independence Day Soap Recipe: More Fun for Independence Day

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

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

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

Jun
04

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm


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What Can I Use to Flavor Lip BalmWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm

A common question to come up when creating a lip balm recipe is “What can I use to flavor lip balm?” There are so many choices that sometimes it is hard to decide! You can go with scrumptious flavoring oils, essential oils, or certain foods. It all depends on what you are trying to make. Some people prefer to go the simple, natural route with specific food ingredients or essential oils. Other people like to go with the yummy and complex flavorings. No matter what your style is we have some options for you!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavor Oils

First, we have our flavoring oils! These are all of the flavorings that we had formulated specifically for lip balm. So, check out our flavor oils and find your favorite.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring

If you like the taste of freshly ripened black cherries, then this is the perfect flavoring for you. Our Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring oil has a bold cherry aroma that will have your mouth watering.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring

Next, we have the scrumptious Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring. This flavor oil has an aroma that is exactly like blue raspberry slushies you can get from the theatre!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavoring-BubblegumWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Bubble Gum Flavoring

Also, we have a flavor oil that is perfect for lovers of bubblegum. Our sweet Bubblegum Flavoring has a delicious aroma of bright, juicy bubblegum that is perfect for lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring

Another yummy flavor to try is the Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring. This one will transport you straight to the bakery with its inviting aroma of delicious buttercream and light fluffy vanilla cupcake.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring

The Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring is perfect for dessert lovers. This flavor oil has a rich, creamy aroma of chocolate fudge bon bons. Yum! If you want to use this in a recipe, then take a look at our Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in lip balm is the Coconut Flavoring. This aroma is a perfect summer scent with its fresh coconut aroma, which was perfect for our Crazy for Coconuts Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy Flavoring

Next, we have a scent that is delicious and reminiscent of when the fair would come into town. The Cotton Candy Flavoring is true and worked beautifully in our Cotton Candy Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee Flavoring

Also, you can use the sweet scent of the Creme Brulee Flavoring, which makes a scrumptious addition to your lip balm recipes. This flavor is exactly like a rich and creamy creme brulee!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla Flavoring

Plus, we have a wonderful flavor oil for anyone that enjoys vanilla. Our French Vanilla Flavoring has an aroma of a sweet, creamy French vanilla that has rich notes that are hard to pass up.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita Flavoring

Another great idea for lip balm is a Margarita flavored lip balm! The delicious Frozen Margarita Flavoring tastes like a lime margarita that will have your mouth watering. Great for cute party favors if you are looking for simple bachelorette party ideas!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast Flavoring

Our Green Apple Blast Flavoring is a scrumptious scent that is perfect for lovers of green apples. This flavoring has an aroma of tart green apples, but it has an extra blast of delicious goodness. Such a wonderful flavoring for lip balm!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring Oil

If you prefer something more exotic, then the Guava Flavoring Oil may be for you! This tasty flavoring oil has the scent of a freshly ripened guava fruit.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring

This next flavor oil is perfect if you like cinnamon rolls. The Horchatta Flavoring was originally created to smell like rich, spicy Mexican rice pudding. But, it smells just like cinnamon rolls to us. So, you can use this flavor for a few different dessert themes.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange Flavoring

Also, you may want to try the Juicy Orange Flavoring in your homemade lip balm.  This deliriously fresh orange aroma was used in our Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe. Tastes just like fresh squeezed orange juice!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring

Our Juicy Watermelon Flavoring is a great one to use in diy lip balm, especially if you like the sweet taste of a juicy watermelon. This flavor is just like biting into a piece of a freshly cut watermelon.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death Flavoring

Plus, you can create lip balm using the Kiss of Death Flavoring. While this flavoring oil sounds complex and seduction, it’s actually sweet and delicious! It tastes almost just like Hawaiian Fruit Punch!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango Flavoring

Another great fruit flavor that you can add to your lip balm recipes if the Mango Flavoring. This flavoring is sweet, tropical, and delicious just like a real mango.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

Our Monkey Farts Flavoring is a blend of fruits and sweet notes that create a delicious combination. The flavor uses notes of fresh bananas, juicy grapefruit, kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries. Plus, this flavor has a sweet hint of vanilla.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer Flavoring

A unique and tasty option that you have for your lip balm is the Rootbeer Flavoring. This scrumptious drink scent is perfect for anyone that loves this sweet, foamy beverage

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring

If you are looking for a scrumptious dessert flavor, then try Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring in your homemade lip balm! This flavor oil has rich, creamy notes of cheesecake with sweet strawberry topping.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in your lip balm is the Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring. This delicious flavoring was perfect for recipes like the Vegan Silky Lip Balm Recipe. Further, we have a complete kit for this recipe that comes with printed instructions, packaging supplies, and all of the ingredients that you will need!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise Flavoring

Next, we have an exotic scent that is perfect for summer. Our Tropical Paradise Flavoring is a paradise of delicious tropical fruits, like coconut, pineapple, goji berries, dragon fruit, star fruit, papaya, mango, and kumquat.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean Flavoring

Lastly, we have the aroma of sweet vanilla beans that is perfect for lip balm. The Vanilla Bean Flavoring was perfectly balanced with the raw honey in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe to create lip care that was tasty and moisturizing.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Essential Oils

While some essential oils are fine to put into lip balm, others are not. Just like how some plants in nature are poisonous to eat, some essential oils can’t be eaten. You can use the IFRA sheet to determine how much is safely allowed in lip balm, as it is category 1. But, we find that a good rule is that if it allows for less than 1% then you may not want to have it on your lips even if IFRA technically allows it. Also, you may personally have an allergy to the essential oil. So, you may want to do a test patch on a small area of skin to see whether you are sensitive.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential Oil

First, we can use the Lavender Essential Oil. This lovely essential oil has a sweet, fruity aroma that is absolutely scrumptious. Plus, the IFRA sheet says that you can include up to 5% of this ingredient in your lip balm recipes. So, you can use this oil, like we did with out White Chocolate Lavender Lip Balm Recipe, to naturally flavor your lip balm recipe!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential Oil

Another idea for flavoring is the cool and refreshing Peppermint Essential Oil. This delightful oil is perfect for adding some mint freshness to your lip care products. If you are interested in using this flavor oil, then you may want to know that IFRA states that a maximum of 5% can be used for your lip products.

If you want to find more essential oils that you can use, then check out the Essential Oils page on our website! You can find out which are body safe and their usage rate there!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: How to Sweeten Your Lip Balm

While flavoring oils are amazing, sometimes you just want to add a bit of extra sweetness. Not only can these sweeteners be added to enhance your flavoring oil, but these sweeteners can be used to naturally flavor lip balm all on its own! It’s all up to your and what you want from your lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: SteviaWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Stevia

First, we have Stevia Powder, which is a natural sweetener extracted from the Stevia plant of the Asteraceae family. This sweetener is often used as a cane sugar substitute because it is thought to have no calories and taste even sweeter than sugar. This added sweetness is especially useful for lip balm because we can get a sweet flavor without adding enough to be considered a lip scrub. While scrubs can be useful, you don’t want every lip balm to be gritty. Stevia is used to sweeten the lip balm.  This sweetness also enhances the flavor of the lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: HoneyWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Honey

Also, you can use a natural sweetener like honey. Not only will adding this ingredient sweeten your lip balm, but it has benefits for your lips as well. Honey is known for helping lock in moisture and protect your skin and lips. Plus, it can be used to help brighten your lips or even make them look bigger and more plump.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate WafersWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate Wafers

Another perfect additive for lip balm is chocolate. What could be better than the rich taste of dark chocolate in your homemade lip balm recipes? Absolutely nothing! Chocolate is delicious and perfect for anyone that wants to naturally flavor lip balm. Adding some Dark Chocolate Wafers to your recipe will provide a fantastic taste and help keep your lips feeling soft.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: History of Lip Balm

Lip balm is essential for keeping your lips moisturized and healthy, but it wasn’t always around. In fact, it was invented in the early 1880s by Dr. C.D. Fleet. But, this lip balm looked more like a wickless candle then what we see today. Further, flavored Chapstick wasn’t even an option until 1971! If you want to learn more about the history of lip balm or are curious about the history of Carmex, then check out The History of Chapstick – The History of Carmex by ThoughtCo.

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We hope that you have a better idea of ingredients for you lip balm recipes. Whether you added these flavoring options to your recipes or created one of ours, we’re sure you will enjoy the finished product. If you have any questions or want to share your lip balm making experience, then feel free to reach out to us. An easy way to find us is on social media. We have a Facebook page. Also, we have a Twitter account and an Instagram account (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon!