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Apr
16

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe


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Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb RecipeGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe

Another great bath and body recipe that you can try out is the Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe! The sweet and bubbly aroma of this grape soda pop fragrance is perfect for creating a homemade bath bomb recipe that you will be sure to enjoy. This grape scented bath bomb recipe includes some fantastic Natures Garden bath bomb ingredients. These lovely cosmetic ingredients are sure to be perfect for creating a fun bath time experience! So, you can check out the bath and body recipe below to learn how to create this lovely bath bomb recipe!

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe:

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Bentonite Clay
Grape Soda Pop Fragrance Oil
Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Gloves
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Glasses

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Witch Hazel (in an 8 oz spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Disposable Latex Gloves

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts of Ingredients

250 grams of the Citric Acid
460 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
14 grams of the Grape Soda Pop Fragrance Oil
A few drops of the Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

Before you can get started with this fun bath and body recipe, you will want to clean and sanitize your equipment. So, you will want to collect and sanitize the equipment that you are going to need to create your bath bomb recipe. Also, you are going to want to clean up an area for you to use as a work space with enough area for you to work comfortably. Giving yourself a good work space will make the process easier and more fun.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Preparations

Also, you will want to use some disposable gloves to make it easy to mix and keep your bath bomb mixture clean. Additionally, you are going to want to prepare a bottle of witch hazel. This bottle will be used in a later step of the process to activate the bath bomb mixture. So, you will want to grab an 8 oz bullet bottle and the fine mist sprayers. You will need to fill your bullet bottles with the witch hazel. Set this filled bottle aside until a later step as this will be used to activate your bath bomb mixture.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: A Note About This Recipe

Since this bath and body recipe is activated by water, you will find that this bath and body recipe is best prepared in climates that aren’t very humid.  If your climate is a bit too humid, your bath bombs might over activate due to the moisture in the air. So, you may want to pay attention to the amount of humidity in your area to make sure that this craft will be successful.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Baking SodaGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Baking Soda

First, you will want to measure out your baking soda and add it to a medium mixing bowl. So, you will want to measure out 460 grams of Baking Soda. After you have your baking soda weighed, you will want to break up all of the clumps. One of the easiest ways that you can break up these baking soda clumps is to use your hands. Of course, you will want to use disposable gloves on your hands to break up these lumps. Once the baking soda is smooth, you can move on to the next step.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Remaining Dry IngredientsGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Remaining Dry Ingredients

Next, you are ready to add the two remaining dry cosmetic ingredients to your baking soda. So, you are going to weigh out 250 grams of the Citric Acid and add it to your bowl. Also, you are going to measure 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder and add it to your mixing bowl. Once you have added both of these cosmetic ingredients, you are going to use your gloved hands to mix everything together thoroughly.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix in the Scented OilGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Mix in the Scented Oil

Now, you are ready to mix in the grape scented oil for this yummy bath and body recipe. So, you will want to add 14 grams of the Grape Soda Pop Fragrance Oil to the bath bomb recipe. After adding this sweet grape soda pop scent to your bath bomb mixture, you will use your disposable gloves to mix everything together with your hands. Once this grape soda pop fragrance oil has been fully mixed in your other bath bomb ingredients, you are ready to move on to the next step!

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Grape Soda Pop Fragrance OilGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Grape Soda Pop Fragrance Oil

This delicious soda pop scented oil has a bubbly and scrumptious aroma that you will be sure to enjoy. The Grape Soda Pop Fragrance Oil has effervescent notes of Kyoho grapes intermingled with the sweet scent of peaches, pineapple, raspberries, and strawberries. These scrumptious fruit scents rest on a dry down of vanilla.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring Your Bath Bomb RecipeGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring Your Bath Bomb Recipe

Also, you are going to add the cosmetic colorant to your bath bomb recipe. Since this fragrance has notes of grape, you will be creating a purple bath bomb recipe. So, you are going to add a few drops of the Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant. After adding some of this colorant to your mixture, you will need to use your clean, gloved hands to mix everything together well. If you want a deeper purple, you can add a few more drops of the colorant and mix everything again.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Activating the Bath Bombs Mixture

Next, you are going to grab your grape scented, purple colored bath and body mixture. Now, you are going to want to grab the bottle of witch hazel. You will want to spray a few squirts of the witch hazel into the bowl. Then, you will need to use clean gloves to mix the bath bomb mixture as you spray the witch hazel. You will want to continue spraying a few times and mixing the bath bomb mixture until it takes on the right consistency. You want the bath bomb mixture to feel like crumbly dough. Further, you will want to be careful that you don’t over spray. Adding too much witch hazel can potentially activate your mixture in the bowl and ruin the bath bomb.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling Your Bath Bomb MoldGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling Your Bath Bomb Mold

Next, you are going to be filling the top and bottom halves of your bath bomb molds. So, you will need to separate your bath bomb mold halves. Then, take one of these bath bomb molds and begin filling it with your bath and body mixture. You will want to make sure that you press firmly so that you pack the mixture tightly into the cosmetic mold. Once each side of these bath bomb bottom halves are filled, you can set them aside for now. After all of your mixture has been pressed into the molds, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Molds HalvesGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Molds Halves

Once you have filled each side of your bath bomb mold halves, you are ready to combine them to create a whole bath bomb. So, take one top and one bottom of the mold. You will want to lightly spray both sides of the bath bomb mold. Then, you will want to push the two halves together until you hear a snap. After your bath bomb mold is snapped shut, you will want to continue to spray and push your molds together.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Your Bath Bombs Set UpGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Your Bath Bombs Set Up

Now you just need to wait for your bath bombs to set up! As your bath bombs rest they will begin to harden. After the bath bomb completely hardens, you can remove it from the mold. Once you are able to remove them from the mold you can use them to bring some fun to your bath!

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Using Your Finished Cosmetic Recipe

Now your bath bombs are ready for you to use! If you want, then you can remove the bath bombs from the mold and use your own bath bomb packaging ideas to preserve or sell your bath bombs. Or, you can even leave your bath bombs in the mold as this would be an easy and fun way to package your bath and body recipe. So, you would just leave your bath bomb in the mold until you’re ready to use them. Of course, you have the option to remove your bath bombs as soon as they are set up. Once they are removed, you will be able to add this fun, fizzy cosmetic recipe to your warm bath water. Then, you can enjoy the fun soda pop scent and the fun fizzing bath bomb experience!

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Is it ‘Soda’ or ‘Pop’?

You may have noticed that not everyone in the United States refers to their fizzy drinks in the same. Most often the controversy is whether its ‘soda’ or ‘pop’, but there are even more names that people have for these drinks, too. If you are curious about the difference, then check out this article from Coca-Cola that shines a light on what people are saying about bubbly drinks in different regions. So, check out their article ‘Soda’ or ‘Pop’?: Map Shows Geographic Differences in Americans’ Preferred Term for Soft Drinks to see what people call fizzy drinks in different areas of the country.

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Fun Soda Pops Found in the United States

If you like the scent of this bath bomb recipe, then you may enjoy finding out more about some rare and delicious sodas. You can check out the article 16 Hard to Find Sodas We Wish Were Everywhere from Thrillist to learn about some of these soda pops and where you might be able to find them. This list is full of unique and delicious sodas that would be so fun to try! Further, this article shares a bit about where some of these sodas were created and what they taste like. Plus, this article shares a little bit about where in the United States that you could go to find them.

Reach Out to UsGrape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this lovely bath bomb recipe! If you have any questions about how you can make this cosmetic recipe, then please reach out to us! We are available in the Natures Garden store, on the phone HUG line, and on the internet. An easy way to reach out online is through one of our social media platforms. You can find us on Twitter and Instagram using our handle @ngscents. Also, you can ask us your questions on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Further, you can share your own craft making ideas and homemade creations with us and other craft makers, too. So, we hope to hear from you all sometime soon!

Grape Soda Pop Bath Bomb Recipe: A Note About Natures Garden Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing the grape soda pop bath bomb recipe is your responsibility. If you plan on reselling the bath bomb that you make from the recipe we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are any ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients.

Aug
23

Calendula Bath Bomb


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Calendula Bath BombCalendula Bath Bomb

We have a beautiful new bath bomb to show off to all our customers! Our Calendula Bath Bomb is an excellent way to give your skin the nourishment it needs and deserves! Just by having a relaxing soak in your tub, you can give your skin some much needed Vitamin C without drinking any Orange Juice! This bath bomb uses both Calendula flowers and Calendula flower powder. We have also incorporated Bentonite Clay Powder and Safflower Oil. We have also chosen our fresh and flowery Floral Bouquet fragrance oil.  Not only will we share the amazing benefits of using Calendula, but we also have a few other recipes that use calendula to help inspire you!

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: What is CalendulaCalendula Bath Bomb: What is Calendula

Calendula,  also known as Calendula officinalis, is a very well known therapeutic herb. Since it is native to Northern Mediterranean countries, it is used in many of their food dishes.  Calendula is an annual flower, which refers to the tendency it has to bloom accordingly with the calendar. Calendula is a modern Latin diminutive of the word calendae, which means “little clock” or “little calendar.”  It usually blooms along with the full moon or at least once a month. The more commonly known name, pot marigold or the nickname “Mary’s Gold”, refers to the Virgin Mary. These flowers are used in some Catholic ceremonies to honor her.

This herb has a great number of uses in many different industries, including cosmetics. Egyptians considered the herb to have rejuvenating powers. Also, in the Hindu world, the people adorned the statues of their gods in their temples with the flower.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Uses and Benefits of the CalendulaCalendula Bath Bomb: Uses and Benefits of the Calendula

So what are the uses of calendula? Well, there are a multitude of uses for this gorgeous, sunny yellow flower! It is used in food as a colorant for some foods, such as cheese or butter. Also, it is completely edible and makes a wonderful addition in salads, soups or even stews. This flower can also be made into a tea that is chock full of healthy benefits for your insides!

Medicinally, this flower has been used for centuries! As far back as the Civil War and even during  World War II, calendula flowers were used on battle fields to keep open wounds from hemorrhaging. It was used as an antiseptic to help clean wounds. Calendula is best known for it’s anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties. It’s use in salves and ointments help promote healing from burns, frostbite, diaper rash or cuts. Also, when made into a tea, calendula can help heal ulcers, relieve colitis, gastritis or even menstrual cramps.  A mouth wash made from this mighty flower can help with gingivitis, gum problems or can be gargled with to reileve sore throats.

In bath and body products, Calendula is even more amazing! When made into any type of lotion, soap, cream, oil or even an astringent, your skin will look healthy and feel healthy. As we talked about before, topically, this herb is amazing in healing many kinds of skin issues. From acne, to eczema to cuts and burns, Calendula can heal it all.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Some of the other Ingredients

We also have a few important ingredients in this recipe that are also beneficial to the skin. The first two are the base of any bath bomb recipe: citric acid and baking soda. Combined, these two will give your bath bomb its fizz. Seperately, they are very gentle cleansing agents. Baking Soda has been around since ancient times. It can be found dissolved in many mineral springs and is a component (the natural form is called nahcolite) of the mineral natron. Ancient Egyptians used natron as a soap.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Bentonite Clay PowderCalendula Bath Bomb: Bentonite Clay Powder

Our next ingredient is Bentonite Clay Powder. This is a very popular ingredient in creating bath and body products. Bentonite clay is used in face mask formulations to help clean impurities from the skin. In soap making, it can be added to cold process soap during trace to help oily skin. It can help thicken lotions and aid in emulsifying the ingredients. Also, adding bentonite clay to bath bomb recipes helps to make your bath bombs harder.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Safflower OilCalendula Bath Bomb: Safflower Oil

Safflower Oil is not just for cooking your heart healthy food dishes. This oil is a wonderful addition to any type of bath and body product. This oil has a high linoleic acid that is important for boosting the appearance of your skin. It can help with new skin cell regeneration and help clear up scars and blemishes.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Floral Bouquet Fragrance OilCalendula Bath Bomb: Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil

The fragrance oil we chose for this bath bomb is our Floral Bouquet. This fragrance oil has a definite Floral Shoppe scent to it. Close your eyes and you can picture vases of roses, tulips, carnations surrounding you!

So you see, this bath bomb is just the thing to help give you a relaxing soak in the bathtub! There’s some amazing action going on in this happy little bath bomb!

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Ingredients you can get at Nature’s Garden

Calendula Bath Bomb: Other Ingredients and Equipment Needed

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

Calendula Bath Bomb: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 10 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Safflower Oil
  • 18 grams Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Whole Calendula Flowers
  • 5 grams Calendula Powder

Calendula Bath Bomb: Before You Get Started

Before you get started on your recipe, it’s always important to take a few steps to help your creating go along smoothly. Clean and sanitize your work area. Also, give your equipment and packing materials a cleaning and sanitizing. We suggest wearing an apron, gloves and other protective clothing when preparing your recipe. One last step, fill your bullet bottle with witch hazel and place a sprayer on top. We will be using this when we start to form the bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Dry IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Dry Ingredients

Our first step will be mixing the dry ingredients. So in your first bowl, after placing it on the scale and taring out the weight, you will weigh the dry ingredients. To the bowl add 300 grams of Citric Acid, 600 grams of Baking Soda and 10 grams of Bentonite Clay Powder.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Dry IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Dry Ingredients

Now, with gloved hands you will mix the dry ingredients together, breaking up any clumps that you come across. This bowl will be set aside as we move on to our wet ingredients.

 

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Prepping the Wet Ingredients

Our second step will be the wet ingredients. To a second bowl, after placing it on the scale and taring out the weight, you will weigh in the wet ingredients.  So to the bowl add in 18 grams of Safflower Oil and 18 grams of Floral Bouquet fragrance oil.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Mixing the Wet Ingredients

Now that your wet ingredients are together, give these a nice stir making sure that the oils are combined well.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Wet IngredientsCalendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Wet Ingredients

Next, you will be adding the wet ingredients to the dry. Once the oils are all added into the powders, used your gloved hands to thoroughly mix the bath bomb ingredients together. Continue mixing until you are confident that you have everything completely and evenly mixed.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Dividing the Mixture

You will now need two mixing bowls. You will need to divide you bath bomb mixture into two equal parts. Place each half in an empty bowl.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Calendula Flowers and PowdersCalendula Bath Bomb: Adding the Calendula Flowers and Powders

Now that our bath bomb mixture is evenly seperated, place the first bowl on the scale and tare out the weight. Weigh in 5 grams of calendula powder.  Remove this bowl, set it aside and place the second bowl on the scale. Tare out the weigh and add in 5 grams of the whole calendula flowers. You can remove this from the scale also.

 

 

Calendula Bath Bomb: Using the Witch HazelCalendula Bath Bomb: Using the Witch Hazel

Now that we have everything add in we will be using the witch hazel to help create and form the bath bomb mixture into a dough. Starting with your first bowl, begin spraying the mixture with the witch hazel and using your hands, mix the ingredients together, misting as you go. You should have a crumbly, dough like texture when you are done. Next, you will do the same to the second bowl, misting with the witch hazel and combining the ingredients until you have reached the crumbly dough stage. You are now ready to move on to creating the bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Before Making the Bath Bombs

Before you start adding the dough to the bath bomb mold, take a small amount of whole calendula flowers and place them in the bottom of each one half of the molds you will be using. This will add a pretty touch of interest to your finished bath bomb.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Filling the First Half of the  Bath Bomb Molds

Now you can move on to creating the bath bomb. These bath bombs will be layered. So, add a small amount of the mixture that contains the calendula powder. Then, add a layer that contains the whole calendula flowers. You will repeat this process filling one half of each mold.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Filling the Second Half of the Mold

For the second half, it will not have the extra calendula flowers added in. It will simply be the dough mixture. So continuing the layering process and fill the second half until it is completely full, just as you did with the first half of the mold.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Fitting the Two Halves Together

The last step will be fitting the two halves of the mold together, to form the bomb. Take both halves of the bath bomb. Next, mist each half lightly with witch hazel. This will help the bath bomb adhere together. Now, press the two halves together until the mold is closed. Continue filling and layering the remaining bath bomb molds and pressing them together. This recipe will give you 6 bath bombs.

Calendula Bath Bomb: Letting the Bath Bombs Set UpCalendula Bath Bomb: Letting the Bath Bombs Set Up

When you have completed all the bath bombs, you will allow them to set up and harden. This can take anywhere form 24 to 48 hours. It will all depend end on the humidity of your environment. We do suggest that creating your bath bombs is best done in a cool, dry area. Also, keep them in the same cool, dry area while they set up. Creating your recipe in an area that is humid will make the bath bombs difficult to form and set up.

Once your bombs have hardened, you may leave them in the mold, which makes packaging for selling or giving away, easy and fast. However, you may remove them from the mold and package them however you choose.  When your ready to use your Calendula Bath Bomb, simply place it in a nice, warm bath and relax!

Calendula Bath Bomb: That’s All For Now

We hope you enjoyed this fun new bath bomb recipe! We also hope you enjoyed learning about how amazing this pretty yellow flower can benefit you in your every day life! It’s an incredibly versatile product to have around. If you enjoyed this recipe, we have a few more recipes that we have incorporated Caldendula in. We have two wonderful cold process soap recipes, Calendula Sunshine Cold Process or our Calendula Swirl Soap. Also, we have a Calendula Bath Melt recipe that will give you some amazingly soft, moisturized skin! Would you like some more detailed information on the Calendula? Follow this link to learn some more amazing benefits!

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Aug
09

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe


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Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe

Green Tea is incredibly popular these days. It’s considered a super food in today’s world of healthiest foods to eat or drink. However, this little leaf that’s made into a tasty beverage, isn’t just for drinking! While the health benefits for the inside of your body are endless, green tea can be beneficial for the skin as well. It can be used in a toner, facial masks or scrubs. Lotions, soap, shampoo and conditioners. In fact, Nature’s Garden has developed a brand new  Green Tea bath bomb recipe that incorporates the mighty                                                                                                 Matcha!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Talk About Green Tea

Before we get started, though, let’s talk about what Green Tea can do for your skin. Green Tea contains polyphenols called catechins. These powerful antibacterial agents that are responsible for effectively delaying the signs and symptoms of aging. Also present are high amounts of enzymes, amino acids, vitamin B, folate, manganese, potassium and magnesium. These nutrients are perfect for improving your skin complexion and giving you a healthy glow. Not only will it improce the skin’s elasticity, but the antioxidants, tannins and Vitamin K in green tea can help treat puffy eyes and dark circles.

Green tea is perfect for those that suffer from acne. It is also wonderful for correcting sun damage, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. It can even promote new hair growth and prevent common problems like dry scalp and dandruff! It’s amazing stuff, that’s for sure! There’s no time like the present on getting started with treating your body right! Trying out our new bath bomb is the perfect way!

Did you know? There are four main varieties of green tea prepared in Japan. Each type depends upon it’s leaf length, method of processing, and season of harvesting. However, the most common kind of green tea that I am sure we are all familiar with is, Matcha. This is the leftover powder of green tea and it is also called “Dust”. While this green tea has a more subtle, aroma and natural sweetness than the other varieties, this tea is more common in traditional Japanese ceremonies.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients you can find at Nature’s Garden

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

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

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 300 grams Citric Acid
  • 600 grams Baking Soda
  • 5 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
  • 5 grams French Green Clay Powder
  • 18 grams Argan Oil
  • 18 grams Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil
  • 5 grams Green Tea C/S
  • 5 grams Green Tea Powder

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Before You Get Started

Before you get started on creating your bath bombs, it’s important to take a few precautionary steps. Always clean and sanitize your work area. Plus, you will want to make sure all of your utensils packaging materials are clean and sanitized. We strongly suggest that you should wear gloves, safety mask, safety glasses and protective clothing when preparing this recipe. Have a spray bottle filled with the witch hazel ready to go and all your equipment within arms reach. These steps will allow your creating to run smoothly with no interruptions!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance OilGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil

While we could have used our Green Tea Fragrance Oil in this recipe, we chose to use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis. This fragrance oils is an unique, refreshing combination of fresh lemon pulp, orange rinds and tropical kiwi along with middle notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo. The base notes are of cedarwood and vanilla! A very uplifting, fresh green fragrance! It works perfectly in cold process soap, with no discoloring, accelerating, ricing or separating. The scent retention was strong and perfect!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Talk about a Few of the Ingredients

For this recipe we will be using citric acid and baking soda. Citric Acid can be used for many different industries and products. It can be used for medicinal purposes, skin care, hair care, bath and body products, soaping, and cleaning purposes. When used in soaps, it works as a water softener, and helps to produce better foam. When used in bath bombs and combined with baking soda, citric acid is responsible for the actual “fizzing” action of the bath bombs. Baking soda. Many skin care benefits come from baking soda. It gives the skin a silky and soft feeling, helps to treat many skin conditions and is also great for exfoliating the skin. For hair care, baking soda can be used in a rinse to make the hair softer and give it a silky feeling.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: French Green Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: French Green Clay Powder

French green clay powder is a perfect addition to this bath bomb recipe. French Green Clay is the most frequently used clay by health professionals and spas to treat skin conditions, to nourish the skin, and to remove impurities. This clay is light green in color when dry, but turns dark green when wetting agents are added.  The reason French green clay is green is because it contains actual decomposed plant material; making French green clay very nutritious for the skin. It contains some very important minerals such as,  Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, Copper, and Selenium.  Since French Green Clay powder is so full of healthy minerals, it can be added to mineral baths to help nourish the skin, remove impurities, relieve sunburn, and to aide in the relief of arthritis pain.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Bentonite Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Bentonite Clay Powder

Bentonite clay is a light greenish/beige colored clay that turns an olive color when water is added to it. Also, Bentonite clay is used in face mask formulations to help clean impurities from the skin and adding bentonite clay to bath bomb recipes helps to make your bath bombs harder.

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Green Tea PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Green Tea Powder

A green tea bath bomb wouldn’t be complete without, of course, the Green Tea Powder and we all know how awesome this is for your skin! We have also included Green Tea Leaves. These leaves are cut and sifted and will help give you some gentle exfoliation! While you can use any oil that you have available, we chose Argan Oil. This oil is very luxurious feeling and helps leave the skin soft, smooth and supple!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Let’s Get Started

To begin with, you will need two mixing bowls. The first mixing bowl will be for your dry ingredients and the second bowl will be for your wet ingredients.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing The Dry IngredientsGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing The Dry Ingredients

In your first bowl, weigh out 300 grams Citric Acid, 600 grams Baking Soda. Using your hands or a large mixing spoon, combine these ingredients together until fully mixed. Set this bowl aside, while you get the wet ingredients together.

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, in the second bowl, you will prep the wet ingredients. So, in the bowl, weigh out 18 grams of Argan Oil and 18 grams of Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis fragrance oil. Give these a stir with your spoon.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now we are going to add the two bowls of ingredients together. To the dry ingredients, add the bowl of wet ingredients.

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Ingredients

Next, you will be mixing the ingredients together. Using your hands to combine the ingredients well. You want to be sure the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Dividing the Mixture

Now we are going to divide our mixture in half. Leave one half of the mixture in the bowl and place the other half of the mixture in another mixing bowl.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the French Green Clay and Green Tea PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the French Green Clay and Green Tea Powder

Next, to the first bowl, weigh out 5 grams of French Green Clay and 5 grams of Green Tea Powder. Mix these ingredients together using your hands.

 

 

 

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Green Tea C/S and Bentonite Clay PowderGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Green Tea C/S and Bentonite Clay Powder

Now you will take the second bowl of mixture and weigh out 5 grams of the cut and sifted green tea and the 5 grams of bentonite clay powder. Give this a good mix together using your hands.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Using the Witch Hazel

At this time, we will begin using the witch hazel that was prepped earlier in your spray bottle. Begin with the first bowl and spray the mixture while mixing the contents with your hands. You want to keep spritzing and mixing until you have a crumbly dough-like consistency throughout all the bath bomb dough. Once the first bowl is done, you will set that aside and do the same with the second bowl.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the First Half of the Bath Bomb

Now you will be forming the bath bomb and for this you will need your bath bomb molds. Keep in mind that each mold set will consist of two differently shaped parts. So, take one half of the bath bomb mold and fill it with the mixture that contains the green tea powder. Pack this into the mold half tightly and compactly.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Second Half of the Bath BombGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Creating the Second Half of the Bath Bomb

Next you will be making the second half of the bath bomb. Using the mixture that contains the cut and sifted green tea, pack the other half of the mold tightly and compactly.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Bath Bomb TogetherGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Putting the Bath Bomb Together

Now you are going to put the bath bomb together. Before doing so, lightly mist each half of the bomb with the witch hazel. Then, press the two halves together tightly. The mold should snap together. You can set this mold aside to set up and continue the process of packing the halves of the molds and putting them together with the remainder of the dough. This recipe makes 6 bath bombs.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Them Set Up

Finally, you will give your bath fizzies enough time to set up. This can be anywhere from 24-48 hours depending on the humidity of your environment. Keep your bath bombs in a cool, dry area away from places that they could get knocked down or roll away.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: Ready to Use

You can choose to keep your bath bombs in their molds until you are ready to use them. This makes selling or giving your creations easy, clean and simple! However, if you wish, you can also remove the bombs from their molds and package them how you prefer. When it’s time for a bath, simply drop a bath bomb into some warm, running bath water. Relax and enjoy a nice, soak in a beneficial bath!

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe: That’s the End

We hope you enjoyed this new recipe from Nature’s Garden. Using green tea in any or all of your bath and body products is sure to give your skin some glowing, healthy results! If you would like to add another green tea bath product to your line, check out our Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil. This bath oil has some skin softening oils that will leave your skin feeling extra moisturized and luxurious!

If you would like to learn more about how amazing green tea is, follow this link to read about 10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea. It’s a very informative article that may inspire you to start adding this healthy beverage to your diet!

Let us see what you have been creating! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (ngscents) and Instagram (ngscents). We love hearing from our customers and seeing what you have been up too! Plus, it’s a great way to show off something you are proud of! Show us and show everybody!

 

 

Apr
24

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe


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Lavender Mint Bath Bomb RecipeLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe

It’s spring time! Well, kind of spring time. We had a couple of nice, warm days here in Ohio. What makes you think of spring? Some of our thoughts turn to spring planting. Others think of spring clothes or just looking forward to the bright colors of Mother Nature. I look forward to warmer weather, sunny days and the fresh smells from flowers and newly cut grass. However, at Nature’s Garden, our creative team starts to think of spring recipes and our Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe is a perfect example. With its soft pastel colors and fresh, crisp fragrance, this bath bomb will make you think and smell spring immediately!

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: The Ingredients

First off, before we get started, let’s talk about some of the ingredients we are using in this recipe. Most of your bath bombs use only two basic “bath bomb” ingredients. Baking Soda, Citric Acid. However, we added an extra ingredient into this recipe, Sodium Cocoyl Isethinate, or SCI. SCI is a gentle sufecant derived from coconut and it is used in a variety of cosmetic recipes. Sodium Cocoyl Isethioniate (SCI) gives your soaps, shampoo, bath bombs and bubble bars their bubble action. Most of all, bath bombs need some skin-nourishing oil added in! We chose Jojoba Oil. This oil has remarkable absorption and moisturizing qualities. This bath bomb is going to leave your skin feeling soft and silky after a nice, long soak in the tub!

Our fragrance oil inspiration is our Lavender Mint WOW.  Anybody in the bath and body business will know that lavender is a popular herb known for the soothing and calming effects it can have. Lavender, which is a very down to earth, natural fragrance, however, it can be a bit overwhelming by itself. With a touch of mint added in you have a wonderfully balanced fragrance that is bright yet subtle, crisp yet soft. This bath bomb is a perfect showcase for this fragrance oil. Lavender Mint WOW is an wonderful verdant scent of earthy lavender flowers and fresh peppermint and spearmint leaves! With soft colors of violet, green and white, this pretty, little bath bomb will be a perfect addition to your spring or summer bath and body line!

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Found At Nature’s Garden

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need

  • Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
  • 6- Clear Round Acrylic Fillable Ornaments
  • Mixing Bowls ( You will need 3)
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Scale

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Recipe Amounts

  • 166 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI)
  • 512 grams Citric Acid
  • 1,120 grams Baking Soda
  • 18 grams Jojoba Oil
  • 16 grams Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil
  • 7 grams Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant
  • 12 grams Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare Your Work Space and Equipment

Before you begin creating you want to make sure your work area and all the equipment you are using is clean. This will prevent any unwanted particles or bacteria from getting into your bath bombs. Also, make sure you have you have enough room to work in. We highly recommend wearing an apron to protect your clothing and gloves, glasses, and a mask. In addition, you will want to have your Witch Hazel bottles in a spray bottle. Witch Hazel is used to help bind ingredients with little to no action so it’s important to have that handy and ready to go. Water will not be helpful in this recipe and as a side note, this recipe is best prepared in a non-humid climate. Like I stated above, bath bombs are activated by water and simple moisture in the air can slightly activate these guys.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Dry Ingredients

Are you ready to get started?  So, in the first bowl is going to be your dry ingredients. Take your scale, making sure it is set to grams, and weigh out 166 grams Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, 512 grams Citric Acid, and 1,120 grams of Baking Soda. Then using your gloved hands, mix the ingredients together, breaking up any clumps as you go. Once these are mixed well, set this bowl aside.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you can combine the wet ingredients together. So, in a separate bowl, with your scale still set to grams, weigh out 18 grams of Jojoba oil and the 16 grams of Lavender Mint Wow Fragrance Oil. Mix this together well using your mixing spoon or even a whisk.

 

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry IngredientsLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Next, we can combine our wet and dry ingredients together. Slowly add the oils to your dry. For the record, if you happen to get a mild reaction when you add the wet to the dry, don’t panic! It will calm down once you get more dry mixed in. Finally, use your gloved hands to mix the ingredients together. You want to be sure the oils are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture. This bowl can be set aside until later.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the DoughLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating the Dough

Now that your base mixture is combined, you can separate the dough so it can be colored. You are going to separate the bath bomb dough into 3 equal portions and there is no distinct weight for each portion so go ahead and eyeball it. Two bowls will be colored with our FUN Soap Colorants and one bowl will remain un-colored.

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Violet ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Violet Color

Now we can add our colorant! Tare out your scale and to the first bowl, add in 9 grams of Ultramarine Violet FUN Soap Colorant. Then using your gloved hands you will mix the color fully and evenly into your dough until you have achieved a nice, pale violet color. You can set this portion aside for the moment.

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Green ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Green Color

Next, let’s mix the green! Tare out your scale and in your second bowl add 12 grams of Kelly Green FUN Soap colorant. Again, using gloved hands, mix the green colorant in thoroughly and evenly until you have a nice, pale shade of green. Now you can set this bowl aside.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Molding the Bath Bombs

There are many types and shapes of bath bomb molds out there that can be used.  Virtually anything can be used as a bath bomb mold! Silicone molds, soap molds, shallow jars or deep lids.  Shop around your local craft store or even look around your kitchen and let your imagination take over! You can make all shapes and sizes of bath treats, however, please keep in mind that you need the mold to have the ability to release easily. With this recipe, we kept it easy and chose a simple, round plastic fillable Christmas ornament that you can find in any craft store.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Starting With Your First ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Starting With Your First Color

Next you can start putting these bath bombs together! You may start with any color you wish, however we started with the green dough. Plus you will be using the Witch Hazel now.  Please note, that it is important to not spray the dough with too much of the Witch Hazel. Over spraying can cause the bath bomb ingredients to activate and as a result your bath bomb will not stay together. Now go ahead and spritz your dough with the witch hazel. Using your hands,give it a nice mix. You are looking for the consistency of damp sand. Take one half of the mold. Next, you will take a small amount of dough and press it firmly into the ornament half.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Second Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Second Layer of Color

Next, we can move onto the second color. Again, chose any color you wish. We went with white. Give the mix a spritz of Witch Hazel and mix it well making sure it is the right consistency. Next, take a small amount and press it firmly on top of the first layer.

 

 

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Third Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding on the Third Layer of Color

Next, you are going to spritz your third layer of dough with Witch Hazel so give it a quick mix, making sure it looks like damp sand.  Take a small amount. Add it to the second layer. Fill to the top as full as you can get it without it overflowing. Make sure to press the dough firmly down.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Second Half of the Mold

Now we are going to work on the second half of the mold. So, repeat the process of layering as we did in the first half.  With your first color, take a small amount and press it firmly into other half of the mold.

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Second Layer of Color

Move on to the second layer by taking a small bit of dough and pressing it firmly onto the first layer.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Third Layer of ColorLavender Mint Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Third Layer of Color

Finally, you are going to finish off the second half of the mold with your third layer of color. So, pull off a small amount of dough and push it firmly on top of the previous layer. Next you will be putting the two halves together. So first, give each half of the mold a light spray of Witch Hazel then press the two halves together tightly. Lastly, you will want to place the bath bombs in an area where they will not be disturbed or roll around and let them rest for at least 24 hours. In addition, make sure that the bombs are in a humid-free zone.  Now you can continue building the remaining molds with the same layering process. This recipe should allow for six medium sized bath bombs.

 

See how easy making bath bombs can be? The ingredients are simple and they can be found in your local grocery store! Plus, the kids can even help with making them since there are no hazardous materials used! With a little creativity and inspiration, the possibilities are endless!  We hope you enjoyed this newest edition to our bath bomb recipe collection. We are sure you will love the scented balance of the soft, earthy lavender and the bright, crisp scent of mint combined. These bath bombs will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Plus, the scent of Lavender Mint WOW will leave your bathroom smelling like a spa!

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb: Dos and Don’ts of Bath Bombs

In conclusion, I have included  a tiny list of reminders on how to treat your bath bombs after they are made!

Do remember to keep them out of the humidity! The littlest bit of moisture in the air can cause your bath bombs to go off into a fizzy display! Not good from a selling standpoint! Consider airtight containers or glass jars with lids as a display option. Furthermore, bath bombs can shrink wrapped or even placed in cellophane bags and tied tightly with a pretty ribbon or twist tie.  You will want to wrap them right away.

Do use your bath bombs withing a few months of making or receiving them. The fresher the bath bomb the better the bubble and fizz!

Do let your bombs completely set up. Do not attempt to take them out of their molds yet! Your bombs should come out of the mold easily. Simply use the tabs at the top of the mold to pull the two sides apart being careful in removing them.

Don’t use craft glitter in any of your bath bomb creations. Always use a cosmetic grade glitter.

 

Lavender Mint Bath Bomb: Give Us A Shout

Looking for some other bath bomb inspiration? Check out our recipe box! There are a whole bunch more recipes for bath bombs, bubble bars, and bath fizzies! Also, you can show off your bath treats, or anything else you have created with any Nature’s Garden products!  Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents) or Twitter (@ngscents). Show us what your made! Give yourself a pat on the back for helping the world smell a little bit better!

Sep
20

Spiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil


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Spiced Cranberry Fragrance OilSpiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Spiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil is sweet and spice scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a best selling blend of tart cranberries with spicy ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon that creates an amazing fragrance oil for all sorts of spice incense, homemade candles, homemade soap, and so many other creations. We hope that your enjoy this scent in all of your products!

What Does Spiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a refreshing blend of cranberry relish and orange zests with hints of ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Spiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Our customers can create all kinds of different types of bath and body creations this cranberry spice fragrance oil. Bath oils, diy bath bombs, cranberry perfume, spicy soap, and diy lotions can all be made with up to 0.1% of this fragrance oil.

While this fragrance oil is a body safe scent, there is a very small quantity allowed to be used in bath and body products. Therefore, we chose not to test this fragrance oil in cold process soap batch to keep our standard consistent. If you desire this fragrance oil in your own soaps, then feel free to try out. We would love to hear how it performs for you! If you want to add color to bath and body recipes, then you can use red liquid soap dye. As always, avoid using candle dyes in any of these products.

How Do Our Customers Use Spiced Cranberry Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

All kinds of diy room scents can be created with this spice and cranberry fragrance oil. Potpourri, reed diffusers, and incense can each be made with a fragrance oil concentration of 30% and no more. Also, homemade house cleaning solutions can be scented with up to 0.1% of this strong, spice aroma. Also, aroma bead products will have a great scent retained for this fragrance oil.

Further, spice scented candles and other wax based room scenting products can use this fragrance oil in their recipes. Scented wax cubes and scented candles are made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax, then the can use up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Both Joy Wax and Pillar of Bliss Wax will perform perfectly for this scent. Also, you can make strongly scented soy candles with this fragrance oil. If you want to add colorant to your candle products, then feel free to use eight drops of red candle colorant with six drops of black liquid candle dye As always, this is based on four pounds of wax.  Alternatively, shredded red and black color blocks will also work nicely. If you want to chose other candle making supplies to color your products, then just make sure not to include crayons in this list as they clog wicks.

Lastly, if you have been left with a craving for spiced cranberry, try this Spiced Cranberry Sauce Recipe. If you like a little spice with your cranberries, you are sure to love it!

Sep
09

Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil


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

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

What Does Sugar Corn Pudding Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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