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Dec
02

Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe


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Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeWine Sugar Scrub Recipe

I’m sure by now you, like me, have heard about the health benefits of drinking a glass of red wine each day. Is it is true?  I sure hope so!  There is nothing better than pouring a glass of red wine at the end of a long day.  While I don’t drink wine on everyday, in recent years I have come to realize that I actually prefer wine to other adult beverages.  In the past we have used wine in cold process soap recipes.  Personally, I find it fascinating to incorporate foods or beverages into soap.  I love making wine soap!  It is one of my favorite ways to make soap.  So, with that in mind, I thought, I wonder if it would work in a scrub.  Yes, yes it did.  This is quite possibly my favorite sugar scrub recipe I have made to date!  So, our next recipe is for all of our wine lovers out there.  We have created a wine sugar scrub recipe using real red wine.  I hope that you love it just as much as I do.  As an added bonus we have added a little diamond dust mica, giving this scrub, and your body just a slight shimmer.  What woman doesn’t love wine and diamonds!

 

Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe Ingredients From Natures Garden

Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe Other Ingredients Needed

Mixing Bowls – You will need two of these.
Rubber Spatula
Mixing Spoon
Stove
Pots – These will be used for our double boiler step.
White granulated sugar
Red Wine – Whichever type you choose.

Prior to beginning, we suggest wearing an apron, gloves, and other protective clothing.  Also, sanitize your work area as well as all packaging supplies and utensils you will be using.

Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeWine Sugar Scrub Recipe Melt Your Oils

First, we will need to melt our natural oils, butters, and cosmetic waxes.  There are several oils and butters that will be added to this body scrub recipe.  Using a gram scale, weigh out your oils, butters, and waxes.  You will need 136 grams of olive oil, 41 grams of sweet almond oil, 40 grams of grape seed oil, 32 grams of avocado oil, 68 grams of cocoa butter deodorized, 68 grams of shea butter, 45 grams of traditional emulsifying wax, and finally 9 grams of beeswax.  We will be melting our oils, waxes, and butters using a double boiler.  So, you will need to create a double boiler using two pots. Melt the oils in the double boiler.  While you are waiting for the oils to melt, go ahead and move to the next step.

Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeWine Sugar Scrub Recipe Prepare the Sugar and Mica Mixture

Again, you will need your scale.  As alway, set the scale to weigh in grams. Then, add 896 grams of the granulated white sugar to your medium sized mixing bowl.  Then, add 1/2 teaspoon of Natures Garden’s diamond dust mica pigment.  While wearing gloves, use your hands to mix the mica into the sugar.  Also, make sure you break up any clumps of sugar with your hands.  You will need to be sure the mica is evenly dispersed throughout the white sugar.  Once you have finished, set this aside, for now, we will come back to it later.  Warning:  If you are anything like me, and distracted by sparkling objects, do not look into the bowl!  It will have the most beautiful shimmer!  I learned this one the hard way!  Admire it later, we still have more work to do!

Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeWine Sugar Scrub Recipe Adding Additional Ingredients

Once your oils have melted, place them in an empty mixing bowl.  Add 20 drops of Nature’s Garden’s Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant and 15 drops our Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant.  Mix well to incorporate the color.  Then, add 100 grams of red wine.  Mix well.  For this next step, the temperature is extremely important.  You should know that when adding Optiphen preservative if the temperature is too low you will experience separation in your finished product.  However, if the Optiphen is added when the temperature is too high, you will burn the optiphen preservative off.  So, allow your temperature to drop to 120 degrees, no lower.  At this temperature, add the 9 grams of Natures Garden’s Christmas Cabernet Fragrance Oil, the 5 grams of Optiphen preservative, and lastly, 5 grams of vitamin e oil (Tocopherol T-50).  Finally, mix everything very well to incorporate all of the ingredients.

Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeWine Sugar Scrub Recipe Putting it All Together

Now, to the medium bowl containing the oils, slowly add the white granulated sugar and mica mixture you prepared earlier.  Mix the sugar into the oils so it is evenly dispersed.  Once everything is mixed, allow the scrub to set up at room temperature.  Finally, add the wine body scrub to the 4 ounce PET plastic jars.  You will need nine of the 4 ounce jars for this scrub recipe.  We chose to use our white dome lids to top the jars.  Place a 58/400 white dome lid on top of each four ounce jar.  Now, your scrubs are ready to use.  You can use them right away.

One of my favorite wineries is Matus Winery!  If you’re local, or in the area, you must try one of their wine slushies!  On your next trip to your favorite local winery, pick up an extra bottle of red wine.  Then, go home, pour yourself a glass of wine, and make our Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe!  Perhaps even make it before an at home spa day with all your friends!  Be sure to take a lot of pictures and show us how your wine sugar scrub recipe turns out.  We absolutely love seeing your other projects too!  It doesn’t matter if it is this recipe or a different one.  Finally, post them to Natures Garden’s Facebook page or tag us on Instagram @ngscents.

Feb
20

Burgundy Rose Fragrance


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burgundy rose fragrance oilBurgundy Rose Fragrance          Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Burgundy Rose….what a wonderful combination! This fragrance is the perfect scent to bring us right into the spring season. The scent of a favorite beverage mixed with hints of the aroma of a favorite spring flower, how could it get any better? Our Burgundy Rose fragrance is sure to bring a new sense of excitement to you and all of your creations! This scent is definitely one that all of your friends, family and even your customers are sure to be dying to try!

 

What Does Burgundy Rose Smell Like?

Burgundy Rose by Nature’s Garden is a perfect combination of culture, romanticism, and luxury. This luxurious blend is sensual burgundy rose with floral nuances. It is a blend of exquisite burgundy wine that is warmed by apple wood and precious musk. Finally, this rose fragrance actually withstands the saponification process without losing its authenticity. Burgundy Rose scent is actually a Nature’s Garden original fragrance oil!

 

How Do Our Customers Use Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil?

Are you looking for a fragrance that is the perfect combination of a delicious favorite drink with hints of your favorite flowers? One that is very feminine yet still has hints of masculinity? Well then Burgundy Rose is just what you’ve been looking for! For all you candle makers out there, this fragrance is just right for you! It works perfectly in wow wax and joy wax, while also performing nice and strong in soy wax. You can fill your home with this delicious aroma by using it to make some nice and strong aroma beads! For all the potpourri and incense makers out there, this fragrance has a maximum usage rate of 50%!

For bath and body products, our Burgundy Rose fragrance has a maximum usage rate of 5%. Common bath and body products that can include Burgundy Rose are soaps, lotions, bath gels, bath oils, and perfumes. This fragrance does not have a vanillin content. When there is a vanillin content present, it means that the fragrance may tend to discolor your soaps and other homemade bath and body products. For all the cold process soap makers out there, this scent is just perfect for your new projects! Our cold process results are: there is no ricing with just a slight acceleration, a perfect pour, and the perfect rose scent! This scent is completely workable, however it does set up very fast in the mold. There is an immediate discoloration to a lemon pudding color, but this fragrance has an amazing scent!

 

Our Burgundy Rose fragrance is just what you need for your new creations! This scent will fill your home with the feeling of spring time mixed with all the feelings of a relaxing night out! But hold on a second because it gets even better! Here at Nature’s Garden we offer many free recipes and classes, and our Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak is actually made with our Burgundy Rose fragrance! Be sure to try out this fantastic recipe! Please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Nature’s Garden with any thoughts, questions, or concerns you may have, and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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