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9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil

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9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil

In today’s world of health, we always hear about the some of the more popular oils and their benefits for your skin and hair. By “Popular Oils” I am talking about Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, and Coconut Oil just to name a few. However, there is an oil out there that is not heard about too often, has been cultivated since the 1970s, and yet it has some of the same benefits as those popular oils. I’m talking about Meadowfoam Seed Oil. From the seed of a pretty, little white flower comes the advantages of vitamin E and C, antioxidants and even some UV light protection. This oil is amazing at being excellent for skin care products and hair products. Meadowfoam Seed Oil is also good for sensitive skin as it doesn’t clog the pores and is known for being an anti-inflammatory, which in turn makes it good for those who suffer from acne. It absorbs easily and quickly and leaves your skin feeling soft and not greasy. So below are 9 ways to use meadowfoam seed oil. We hope these recipes will be a welcome addition to all your bath and body needs.


Hair conditioner for Dark Hair9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dark Hair

As we get older, natural hair color will start to fade. It may get lighter, it may lose its shine and natural luster to it. We, at Nature’s Garden, have a solution to that. Our Hair Conditioner Recipe for Dark Hair is perfect for those that like a homemade product that actually does what it’s supposed to do. With an herbal infusion of Black Walnut Hulls powder, it will help enhance your natural dark colored hair. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil will give your hair a boost of vitamin E and C along with its natural added protection from UV light rays. The Black Cherry Fragrance Oil will give your hair soft, shiny hair an added sweetness that you can smell.


Bubbling Bath Bomb9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Bubbling Bath Bomb Recipe

With the popularity of bath bombs these days, it is always good to have a great recipe on hand. This Bubbling Bath Bomb recipe surely fits that bill. This recipe is quick and simple to make and with it’s vibrant orange and yellow colors it will be a fun addition to your bathroom!  The Papaya Leaf powder that is added into the recipe is rich in beta-carotene and Vitamin C, which we all know is very important for healthy skin, therefore it is an awesome addition to help treat acne and nourish the skin. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil added will just boost those vitamins with its own powerhouse of nutrients and will lock that moisture into your skin leaving it soft, hydrated and nourished. The Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil used will have your bathroom smelling like the tropics and who wouldn’t want to take a trip to the tropics? Especially if you don’t even have to leave your house!


Energize Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Energize Cold Process Soap Recipe

Want a good cold process soap recipe?  Well, this one will help wake up your senses in the morning!  Plus, it will help give your skin the protection and nutrition it needs. We all want or need an extra push in the early morning and this Energize Cold Process soap recipe is a good way to go about doing it. It uses our Grapefruit Lemongrass Fragrance Oil that has an invigorating, bright crisp smell that surely will help open your eyes for the day ahead! With the beneficial ingredients coconut oil, shea butter and meadowfoam seed oil added to it, your skin will be protected with vitamins and minerals from the cruel harshness of the environment around us. Or the cruel harshness of just waking up in the morning!


Pumpkin Sugar Scrub9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

You wouldn’t think that something with sugar in it would be good for you, right? Sugar scrubs are exactly the opposite since you are not actually eating the sugar. Although when you get whiff of this Pumpkin Sugar Scrub you might feel the need to take a spoonful. Sugar makes a wonderful exfoliate to scrub away those dead skin cells and it is always easy to find.  This sugar scrub has the smell of pumpkin, vanilla and almond from the Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil. In addition, it has actual Pumpkin Pie Spice blend added to it to help pump it into pumpkin overload! This sugar scrub is just bursting with skin beneficial butters and oils. Plus, our friend the Meadowfoam Seed Oil will help scrub out all the bad stuff your skin gets exposed too. Your skin will glow with health from the help of some sugar which in the end isn’t so bad for you after all.


Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe

Peace, love and all things natural!  While cannabis is not legal in too many states yet, you can surely get your groove on with this trippy, Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe. Using the Cannabis Fragrance Oil (that isn’t the real deal but it sure smells like it) we are certain that your skin will get a high without any side affects from the real thing! Using some very natural ingredients such as shea butter, coconut oil, and meadowfoam seed oil, your skin will get vitamins, antioxidants and hydration for a healthy look. Just add in some super-hip and super- cool neon Fun Soap Colorants and you will have yourself something to mellow yourself out with…legally! Can I add that using this soap WILL NOT give you the munchies?


Wine Cold Process Soap9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Wine Cold Process Soap

Is wine really good for you? There have been studies done that say red wine is good for heart health. These studies show that it is a good source of antioxidants. Many people would agree that a glass of wine is a great way to end the day. No matter what the studies show, you can use wine in cooking and even soap making. It always adds a certain something to whatever you are creating. For our Wine Cold Process Soapthe wine you choose adds benefits to the bar of soap. We used our Merlot Fragrance Oil to create the wine scent. Also, meadowfoam seed oil will help with Vitamin E, some extra antioxidants and the moisture factor that will help keep your skin soft and hydrated. This soap would make an awesome addition to the Wine Lotion and the Wine Sugar Scrub recipes we have on our website. How cool of a gift basket would that make for your friends who are wine-connoisseurs?


shea lotion with herbal infusion9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

This lotion is such an amazing, power-packed luxurious lotion. Looking at it would seem that it’s something you would buy at a high-end department store. In all honesty, it is super-simple to make and it’s packed with vitamins and a ton of skin benefits!  With a sweet, lightly floral and fruity scent used from the Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil, this Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion incorporates Hibiscus Flower powder and Rosehips Powder. Not only do they add the nice pink color naturally to the lotion, but both are high in antioxidants and both are amazing for dry, aging skin. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil added in, will be an added plus for mature skin or even just dry skin.

Honey Vanilla Lip BalmWays to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe

Here’s a sweet, little lip balm recipe that uses the goodness from Mother Nature. Our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm uses beeswax, Cocoa Butter, and Meadowfoam Seed Oil, which by the way, adds an amazing “extra barrier” from that tough winter air! Dry, chapped lips will be protected, soft and hydrated from the cold. Just add in a little Vanilla Bean flavoring oil for some added sweetness. You will have yourself a buzz-worthy lip balm provided by nature!

9 Ways to Use Meadowfoam Seed Oil Foaming Body Scrub for Men

Looking for a new addition to your men’s line of bath and body products? Or are you looking for a homemade gift for the guys in your life? Well, look no further! Try this eye-catching Foaming Body Scrub for Men! It has some wonderful exfoliation from the activated charcoal. In addition, we have added to it and with the nourishing oils like coconut oil and macadamia nut oil. Of course, we added meadowfoam seed oil, it will leave their skin hydrated, fresh and clean!  We’ve also chosen our Black Tuxedo Fragrance Oil to add to this scrub recipe.  This fresh scent has a crisp, clean scent of lemon, bergamot and cedar. This scrub is a definite must-have for your recipe collection!

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10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil

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10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil

Most of those that are on a special diet low in fat and cholesterol could probably tell you that safflower oil is awesome for cooking with. It’s light, odorless, colorless and it lets the taste of your food shine through. However, safflower oil is also amazing in cosmetics, hair care products and in soap! Since it is so light, it absorbs easily with no greasiness and it locks in that moisture to keep your skin hydrated and healthy looking. Safflower oil is high in linoleic acid and in oleic acid, both excellent for fighting acne and helping regenerate new skin cells to help keep you looking young and fresh. It’s also amazing in hair care products or even as an oil treatment for your hair. Safflower oil helps keep your hair soft, shiny, moisturized and also improves hair growth. Below Nature’s Garden has developed 10 ways to use safflower oil in your personal routine!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Holly Berry Bath Bomb Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Holly Berry Bath Bomb Recipe

Bath Bombs are the best! They can add skin beneficial ingredients to a nice soak, and they are just a fun way to make bath time a little less boring! With some creative colors and fragrances, you can create bath bombs for any season or holiday! These Christmas bath bombs are a perfect addition to your Christmas line or even just to create for your own personal use. Easy to make with just a few ingredients such as citric acid, baking soda and Safflower Oil, some Christmas-y Fun Soap Colors and you have yourself a cute Christmas bath bomb to cheer up bath time! Our Holly Berry fragrance oil was the inspiration for this recipe. Enjoy the Christmas smells of cinnamon, clove, bayberry and a touch of lemon in these Holly Berry Bath Bombs!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Galaxy Bubble Bar Recipe

Here is a fun bubble bar for the teenage girls in your life! This Galaxy Bubble Bar stands out with its Fun Soap neon colors of Pink and Blue and Purple! We’ve used baking soda, cream of Tartar and SCI, or Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, which gives good foam and will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth. Safflower Oil lends its benefits of helping to moisturize the skin and lock in that hydration. We’ve used our Grape Happy Camper Candy fragrance oil that smells like juicy, sour grape candy that will remind you of your childhood!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hair Conditioner for Redheads Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hair Conditioner for Redheads Recipe

Most of us like to enhance our hair color. In fact, you can buy shampoo and conditioner to do just that. However, have you thought of creating your own conditioner that uses natural ingredients to help with that enhancement? Ingredients you can pronounce and know where they are actually coming from. Nature’s Garden has created a Hair Conditioner for Redheads that will enhance the tones and highlights of your red hair. Using Hibiscus Flowers and Rosehips, you will notice a difference in your hair color after just a few uses. We have also chosen Safflower Oil for its quick absorption that will help leave your hair feeling soft and shiny! We’ve chosen our popular NG Viva la Juicee fragrance oil that smells of a summery mix of berries, jasmine and gardenia. This is a definite must try for those that like a more natural approach to hair care.


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub Recipe

Sugar scrubs are such an affordable way to treat your rough, dry skin. The ingredients are easy to obtain for this Emulsified Beet Sugar Scrub (we all have sugar in the house) and are also natural, which is what you want to treat your skin with! Not chemicals! Cocoa butter, Mango butter and Safflower Oil will leave your skin deeply moisturized and supple and sugar is an awesome natural exfoliant to get rid of those dead skin cells leaving you feeling refreshed and new. We’ve used Beet Root Powder which is a natural colorant, but also is known for its high level of nutrients of Vitamin C, Magnesium and Zinc, just to name a few! We’ve chosen our Fresh Raspberry fragrance oil which smells of true fresh juicy raspberries!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap Recipe

You can never have too many soap recipes in your arsenal! So many people love to buy handmade soaps for the unique-ness of the scents! The one unique quality of this soap is that it incorporates milk into the soap batter!  Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap would be a definite winner for just that reason alone! It’s such a pretty soap to look at with its swirls of blue and white. With Shea, Cocoa Butter, Olive Oil and Safflower Oil, you will have some wonderful skin enhancing ingredients to leave you feeling soft, hydrated and clean. Of course, we used our Blueberry Cheesecake fragrance oil that smells of cream, blueberries and graham cracker crust. Yummy and sweet all at the same time!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Cleopatra Heavy Cream Cold Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Cleopatra Heavy Cream Cold Process Soap Recipe

A regal scented fragrance oil, fit for a queen, deserves its own soap! Cleopatra Heavy Cream Cold Process soap is just that. Using our Queen of the Nile fragrance oil, it is an exotic blend of lily which exudes notes of a sensuous floral musk paired with cassis and ripe berries. We blended it with rich Shea butter, Olive Oil, Safflower Oil and some whipping cream that enhances the luxuriousness of this soap. Your skin will feel soft and smooth after just one use. A very unique soap for a very unique fragrance!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe

Here’s a groovy fun soap to create for those that like to run with the mellow crowd! Nature’s Garden Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap is made with Shea Butter and a handful of moisture rich oils such as, Safflower Oil, Coconut Oil, and Meadowfoam Seed Oil, your skin will feel completely hydrated and soft. Get creative with some neon Fun Soaps to give your soaps a “Tie-Dye” effect. Of course, we chose our Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil which totally puts this soap over the top! With it’s shimmering green fern and cannabis notes that reveal a rich floral accord of violet and gardenia in this fantasy scent, you may give off a “suspicious” scent to those around you! You can happily say you came by it legally!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Refreshing Cold Process Soap10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Refreshing Cold Process Soap

This Refreshing Cold Process Soap would be a wonderful addition to your spring line of soaps and bath and body products.  This simple soap recipe uses our China Rain fragrance Oil that smells of rose, wisteria, with mellow bottom notes of sandalwood and vanilla. A very clean, crisp scent with no heavy perfume to it. Using mango butter, Avocado, Coconut and Safflower oils, you get a rich, soapy lather that will hydrate your skin and leave you feeling, well, refreshed!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Shampoo Bar Cold Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Shampoo Bar Cold Process Soap Recipe

Here’s a unique addition to your shampoo and conditioner line of soaps. Our Shampoo Bar Cold Process Soap is enriched with Coconut, Safflower, and Olive Oils. Wonderful oils that will leave your hair feeling moisturized and silky soft, not greasy and weighed down. Shampoo bars are incredibly convenient to take with you on vacations, camping trips or even on airplanes! No mess, no fuss, just simplicity. We’ve chosen to use our Bamboo and White Grapefruit fragrance oil, a crisp citrus fragrance with a touch of musk!


10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hot Process Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Safflower Oil Hot Process Soap Recipe

Looking to try a different method of soap making? Give Hot Process Soap a try! This is an awesome base recipe that lets you experiment without fail! Using mango, and shea butters along with skin nourishing oils such as Avocado, Safflower and Sweet Almond Oil, you will have a lather rich, moisturizing batch of soap on your hands. While the time spent on making Hot Process Soap batter is about the same as Cold Process batter, there is no cure time and no need to find a curing location. Perfect for those that want to use their soap right away! We’ve  chosen our NG Baby Powder Fabuloso fragrance oil. A spring floral bouquet of lily, jasmine, rose and lilac with a touch of sandalwood!


So there we go! 10 ways to use Safflower Oil in your soaps and body scrubs! We hope you find some new ways to create and maybe some new fragrances to try or even some new recipes to add to your collection! Enjoy creating, experimenting and most important have fun!