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Jul
24

10 Hair Conditioner Recipes


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Hair Conditioner Recipes10 Hair Conditioner Recipes

If you are looking to find the best homemade hair conditioner for your hair type, then this is the perfect cosmetic beauty blog for you! We have 10 hair conditioner recipes from Natures Garden that will be sure to nourish your hair with quality wholesale cosmetic oils, butters, and herbs. These nourishing hair conditioner ingredients in our homemade hair care recipes are perfect for looking to learn more about, “How can I get gorgeous hair?” or “How can I care for my hair daily?”. So, take a look at the various diy conditioner recipes below to find the best cosmetic recipe for your hair care needs!

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner RecipeThe Best Conditioner for Fine Hair

If you are looking for the best conditioner for fine hair, then you will want to try out the Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Recipe. Since this cosmetic recipe uses the nourishing properties of our Sweet Almond Oil, it’s sure to be the best natural conditioner for fine hair. This cosmetic oil is light and absorbs easily, so it won’t weigh down your hair as much as other cosmetic oils would. However, this cosmetic oil will be sure to add the needed moisture and nourishment to your hair.

Not only is this product great for hair care at home, but this bath and body recipe will provide your hair with a lovely scent. This homemade conditioner recipe uses the refreshing Aloe Vera & Cucumber Fragrance Oil with notes of crisp, cool cucumbers, refreshing green aloe, and a touch of fresh citrus. These notes are blended together to create a scent as light as a summer breeze that enhances this homemade conditioner recipe.

Bergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner RecipeBergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner Recipe

Next, we have another great cosmetic recipe for anyone that wants to learn how to make hair conditioner from scratch. The Bergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner Recipe uses nourishing conditioner ingredients that are perfect for hair care recipes. These cosmetic ingredients will leave your hair feeling silky smooth and will help to untangle knots. Further, the Sweet Almond Oil in this diy conditioner recipe is a perfect balance of moisturizing the hair without leaving a heavy coating that would weigh down the hair. So, this conditioner recipe is perfect for adding some light-weight conditioning properties to your skin. 

Plus, this bath and body recipe uses the lovely aroma of our Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil. This aroma is one of our spa like fragrances with a truly spectacular aroma that begins with notes of tarragon leaves, grapefruit, and lime. These notes are complemented by the scent of bergamot and jasmine. Then, they are well rounded with base notes of oakmoss and bamboo. So, you can create quality cosmetics that care for your hair and provide a refreshing scent.

Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner RecipeCucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe

Another basic conditioner recipe that you can enjoy is the Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe. This diy hair conditioner uses cosmetic ingredients that will nourish the hair. So, you can use this cosmetic recipe to add to your homemade hair care tips. This cosmetic recipe uses wholesale conditioner supplies that will nourish the hair without weighing it down. This cosmetic recipe is perfect for many hair types, but the cosmetic ingredients in this recipe are especially great for those with fine hair.

Plus, this conditioner recipe uses the lovely and unique scent of our Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil. This is a refreshing scent that you will be sure to enjoy. This scented oil has top notes of aldehydic fruit notes of grapefruit and lime. Then, the scent continues with middle notes of fresh cucumber, guava, and passion fruit. Finally, the scent has base notes of wasabi, cilantro, and fern. So, this spa scent recipe will both nourish your hair and provide a lovely aroma to enjoy!

Hair Conditioner For Redheads RecipeHair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe

Anyone that is looking for ideas about how to take care of natural red hair, may be interested in our Hair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe. This bath and body recipe includes natural herbs and other nourishing cosmetic ingredients that you will love in your own homemade conditioner recipe. First of all, this hair care recipe includes the wonderful benefits of the Hibiscus herb powder. For some, hibiscus has helped prevent split ends and nourish the scalp for future hair growth. Not only does this cosmetic herb have great properties for the skin, but you can use hibiscus for hair color. So, you can use this pigmented herb to enhance your natural hair color.

Plus, this homemade conditioner recipe contains the nourishing properties of our Safflower Oil. These safflower oil benefits will help to strengthen your individual strands of hair to help prevent frizzing and breaking. So, this moisturizing cosmetic oil is useful for promoting healthier, stronger hair that looks absolutely gorgeous. Further, this homemade hair moisturizer includes the tantalizing scent of our NG Viva La Juicee Fragrance Oil. This delicious scent is a mix of wild berry and mandarin wrapped in the floralcy of summer gardenia, pink jasmine and bright honeysuckle enhanced by vanilla praline, softwoods and amber. Together, these conditioner making supplies will provide you with a cosmetic recipe that you will be sure to love!

Hair Conditioner Recipe For BlondesHair Conditioner Recipe For Blondes

Also, you can try out the Hair Conditioner Recipe For Blondes. This is a cosmetic recipe that is perfect for creating a natural blonde hair care recipe. Both the Lemon Peel Cut and Sifted and the Calendula Flowers Whole can provide benefits to the hair. These herbs could be useful for creating a homemade dandruff hair treatment that will reduce dandruff as the lemon peel will exfoliate and the Calendula herb hydrates the scalp. Plus, these cosmetic herbs can be used to lighten and brighten naturally blonde hair. So, these two herbs will nourish your hair and enhance your natural hair color.

Additionally, this hair care recipe uses the conditioning properties of both Coconut Oil 76 and Jojoba Oil. These wholesale cosmetic oils will provide you with luscious locks of hair. First, the Coconut Oil will provide nourishing properties without leaving a greasy appearance. Plus, the Jojoba Oil will provide your hair with a soft, shiny appearance and can be used to soothe the scalp. Further, this conditioner recipe uses the aroma of our Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has citrus top notes that blend with fruity floral notes. These notes are all sitting on sweet vanilla bean and a faint woodsy patchouli base. So, you can use this conditioner recipe to care for your hair and add a unique, gorgeous scent.

Hair Conditioner Tutorial For BrunettesHair Conditioner Tutorial For Brunettes

Another hair care recipe that you may enjoy is the Hair Conditioner Recipe For Brunettes. This cosmetic recipe is fantastic for anyone that is looking to learn how to enhance brunette hair. This herbal conditioner recipe uses real coffee, which has some benefits for your hair. These coffee grounds for hair can be used to stimulate hair growth and provide a beautiful shine. Also, this herb can be used to enhance your natural hair color with a rich, darker hue.

This cosmetic recipe uses Sesame Seed Oil, which is a light, moisturizing oil that is perfect for hair care. This cosmetic oil is useful for conditioning your hair, but it won’t weigh down your hair or leave a greasy appearance! Plus, this hair care recipe uses Apricot Kernel Oil, which will help to promote hair growth and moisturize the scalp. Additionally, this conditioner recipe includes the real coffee aroma of our Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil. This scented oil is a harmony of rich roasted Jamaican coffee and sweet vanilla beans making this scent a delightful temptation.

Hair Conditioner Recipe For Dark HairHair Conditioner Recipe For Dark Hair

Also, you can enjoy the beneficial properties of the Hair Conditioner Recipe For Dark Hair. You can perfectly use the benefits of this conditioning cosmetic recipe to care for your hair. The Meadowfoam Seed Oil in this cosmetic recipe is perfect for conditioning hair and locking in moisture. If you are looking to figure out how to moisturize dry hair, then you may want to use this conditioner recipe to add the extra nourishment that dry hair types truly crave.

Not only will these conditioner making ingredients nourish your hair, but this recipe includes lovely cosmetic herbs, too. The Black Walnut Hulls Powder in this diy hair care recipe is perfect for enhancing the natural hue of your hair by darkening the hue and providing a rich color. Further, this conditioner recipe is scented with the extremely strong and true aroma of our Black Cherry Fragrance Oil.

Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner TutorialPatchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Tutorial

If you are looking for a natural conditioner recipe, then the Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe is the best diy hair care for you! This conditioner recipe uses a natural scent blend of Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil and Patchouli Essential Oil. These reducing dandruff, promoting hair growth, and reducing an oily scalp. Further, this handcrafted conditioner recipe includes Sweet Almond Oil. This cosmetic ingredient will moisturize your strands without weighing down your hair. So, you can use this free cosmetic tutorial to create your own natural conditioner homemade.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner RecipeCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe

Additionally, you can use our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe to create a fantastic cosmetic recipe. This conditioner recipe uses both Cornsilk Powder and Horsetail Herb Cut & Sifted. These herbs can be used to promote hair growth, reduce hair loss, and soften the hair. Further, this conditioner recipe includes Argan Oil, which is perfect for moisturizing your hair without leaving a greasy feeling. Also, this conditioner recipe includes the aroma of  Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil with notes of grapefruit and lemongrass to awaken your senses.

DIY Argan Oil Hair ConditionerDIY Argan Oil Hair Conditioner

Another hair conditioner recipe that you can use to learn how to make homemade hair conditioner is the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner. First of all, this diy hair conditioner recipe uses Argan Oil can be used to moisturize and care for you hair without being too heavy for your hair. Also, this scented conditioner uses the lovely aroma of our NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has a fresh mandarin that balances with hints of apple peel to open this feminine fragrance. Jasmine, violet and lily form a floral accord that balances with woodland fern and hints of berry at the heart of this scent. A sensual blend of cashmere musk, golden amber and vanilla bean creates a romantic sweetness that surrounds the floralcy.

Other Homemade Conditioner Options

While our handmade conditioner recipes are wonderful for your hair, you may be interested in customizing one of these recipes. You could change out the carrier oils so that the recipe will better fit your hair type. You can check out our blog on the Best Oils For Your Hair Type to get a better idea of which cosmetic oil is the best for your hair!

Also, you could try out the Hair Conditioner Kit to create your own homemade hair care recipe. This option is perfect for anyone that has never made homemade conditioner. It will come with all of the ingredients needed and instructions.

Odd Hair Care Ideas Throughout History

These hair care recipes use quality hair conditioner ingredients that are perfect for anyone looking to learn how to making hair conditioner to sell. However, you can learn more about the ideas that some people had for their hair over time. In fact, there are some interesting ideas that people have had for how to care for hair throughout history. If you would like to learn more about these different hair care ideas from the past, then check out this fun list in the article, 8 Amazing Historical Hair Care Facts from My Hairdressers.

Questions About These RecipesQuestions About These Recipes

We hope you have enjoyed diy conditioner recipes! If you have any questions about these hair conditioner recipes, then feel free to reach out to us. You can reach out to us through the H.U.G. line, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media. First of all, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have regarding this cosmetic recipe, but you can share your own bath and body creations, too. So, we hope that we will hear from you sometime very soon!

Jul
22

Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe


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Argan Oil Hair ConditionerArgan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

If you are looking for a quality hair care recipe, then check out the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe from Natures Garden, a wholesale conditioner making supplier. This nourishing conditioner recipe will care for your hair and provide your finished product with some fantastic hair care benefits. The wholesale conditioner recipe uses quality cosmetic ingredients, like argan oil and vitamin E oil that will nourish your hair from root to end. Not only does this cosmetic recipe use conditioning ingredients, but this bath and body recipe includes the beautiful, feminine scent of our NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. So, you will have a lovely conditioner recipe that will care for your hair and will provide you with a lovely aroma. You can check out our cosmetic recipe in this cosmetic blog to learn how to make conditioner from scratch that will nourish your hair!

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Vegetable Glycerin
BTMS 25 Emulsifier
Argan Oil
NG Cancan Type Fragrance Oil
OPTIPHEN – Preservative
VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles
White Lotion Pumps
Thermometer

Other Needed Conditioner Making Supplies

Scale
Stove
Small Pots (2)
Large Pot
Large Mixing Bowl
Stick Blender
Rubber Spatula
Distilled Water
Funnel
Bling Ribbon (optional)
Purple Acrylic Jewels (optional)
Hot Glue Gun (optional)

Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

425 grams of the Distilled Water
25 grams of the Vegetable Glycerin
25 grams of the BTMS 25
20 grams of the Argan Oil
5 grams of the Optiphen Preservative
26 grams of the Cancan Type Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Vitamin E Oil

Prepare Your Water for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe Prepare Your Water for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe 

Before you work to create this diy conditioner recipe, you will need to sanitize the water for your homemade conditioner recipe. In order to do this you are going to boil the water to destroy any bacteria that may have be present. Since you are going to need at least 425 grams of the sanitized water to create your conditioner. Since some water will boil away during this process, you will want to have some extra water to your pot to ensure that you have enough water for your diy conditioner recipe. You will need to heat the water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Once you have the water at this temperature, you will need to keep the water there for at least twenty minutes. Now that your water has been completely sanitized, you are ready to create your scented bath and body recipe!

Create the Double Boiler for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Next, you are going to want to create the double boiler for this homemade conditioner recipe. While you will still want to stir periodically as your cosmetic ingredients are melting, the double boiler will be useful for preventing your oils and butters from scorching. To create your own double boiler you will need two pots that will fit into each other. In the larger pot, you will add a bit of water. This will be heated to a boil and used to control how fast the cosmetic ingredients will be heated. Also, you will need to add more water if too much evaporates away. Next, place your smaller pot into your pot with water. You will want to make sure that you add enough water to touch the small pot but not too much water where it could boil over into your conditioner making ingredients. Now, you are ready to add you cosmetic ingredients to melt in your double boiler.

Prepare Your Cosmetic Ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipePrepare Your Cosmetic Ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Now, you are going to need to prepare your cosmetic making ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe. So, you are going to need to use your double boiler to melt these ingredients. You will need to weigh out and add 25 grams of Vegetable Glycerin, 25 grams of BTMS 25, and 20 grams of Argan Oil to the inner pot of your double boiler. While the double boiler will help to prevent scorching, you will still want to stir periodically as the ingredients are melting. After all your cosmetic oils and butters have melted, you can remove them from the heat. Then, you will want to wait for these ingredients to cool until they reach about 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

Customizing the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

While we have provided a hair conditioner recipe that you can follow, you can customize the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe with a few changes without needing to reformulate the entire recipe. Depending on your hair type, different cosmetic oils may be better for your hair than others. So, you may want to change out some of the cosmetic oils in this wholesale conditioner recipe. Since we used a total of 20 grams of cosmetic oil in this recipe, you can switch out the type of oil used for one that would work better using the same amount. For instance, you could change the 20 grams of the Argan Oil that is already in the recipe to 20 grams of Coconut Oil. So, you wouldn’t add the Argan Oil and would add the Coconut Oil to the cosmetic recipe instead. If you are interested in picking a new cosmetic oil for your hair care recipe, then you can read about different oils for various hair types in our Best Oils for Your Hair Type blog.

Emulsifying the Ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipeEmulsifying the Ingredients for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Once your cosmetic ingredients have reached the proper temperature, you can move on to emulsifying the water and cosmetic oils together for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe. First of all, you are going to weigh out the 425 grams of the sanitized water. You will want to have both the water and melted oils to be about 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Once your ingredients reach this temperature, you will be able to add your melted cosmetic oils to the mixing bowl of water. Now, you will want to use your stick blender to fully emulsify these wholesale cosmetic ingredients.

Adding Cosmetic Ingredients to the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipeAdding Cosmetic Ingredients to the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Before adding the next cosmetic ingredients to this conditioner recipe, you will need to wait for your emulsified mixture to cool down. Your mixture will need to be around 120 degrees Fahrenheit before you can continue with the process. After reaching this temperature, you can add in 5 grams of the Optiphen Preservative and 5 grams of the Vitamin E Oil. After adding these cosmetic ingredients to the mixture, you can use your stick blender to fully incorporate all of these cosmetic ingredients.

Scenting the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipeScenting the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Now you are ready to add the scent to your hair conditioner recipe. You will need to weigh and add 26 grams of the Cancan Type Fragrance Oil. This gorgeous scented oil has a fresh mandarin aroma that is balanced with hints of apple peel. Further, this feminine fragrance continues with a floral accord of jasmine, violet and lily. These scents blend to balance with notes of woodland fern and the hints of berry at the heart of this scent. Finally, a sensual blend of cashmere musk, golden amber and vanilla bean creates a romantic sweetness that surrounds the floralcy. After adding this scented oil to your mixture, you will want to stick blend everything together.

At this point, your conditioner will be still be thin. So, you will need to wait to let this mixture cool to room temperature. As your lotion cools it will thicken to the right consistency. Then, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Preparing the Lotion Pumps for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipePreparing the Lotion Pumps for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

While you are waiting for your conditioner to cool down to room temperature, you can resize your lotion pumps. In total, you are going to need two of these pumps. To determine how much you need to cut you can stand the pump up next to your 8 ounce plastic lotion bottles wholesale. You will want to trim the pump so that it is long enough to reach the bottom of the bottle and short enough to allow you to screw on the cap. Once your lotion pump has been trimmed, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Filling Cosmetic Plastic Bottles for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipeFilling Cosmetic Plastic Bottles for the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

As the mixture cools down, you will find that the homemade conditioner will begin to thicken up. Once the hair care mixture reaches room temperature, you can begin filling your lotion bottles wholesale. You can use a funnel to more easily transfer the conditioner into the 8 oz plastic bottles with pump. You will be able to fill up two of these bullet bottles with this bath and body recipe. Once both of your wholesale conditioner bottles are filled up, you are ready to add the lotion pump lids.

Decorating the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Bottles

Now, you are going to be decorating the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner bottles for this cosmetic recipe. Each bottle will have a bling ribbon and an acrylic jewel added. So, you are going to need to warm up your hot glue gun to adhere these decorations to the wholesale packaging supplies.

Adding the Bling Ribbon to the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

First you are going to be adding the bling ribbon to your wholesale plastic bottle. So, you will want to wrap the ribbon around the circumference of the bottle. Then, cut enough ribbon for it to reach all the way around the middle of the bottle. After cutting this ribbon, you will use your glue gun to adhere both ends of the ribbon to the bottle. Once the glue dries, you will need to repeat this step with your other cosmetic bottle. Then, you can move on to the next step.

Adding the Acrylic Jewels to the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Next, you will be adding the acrylic jewels to your cosmetic bottles. You will want to line up the purple acrylic jewel on the bling ribbon. Then, you will need to glue the bling gem into place. Be sure to secure one of the bling jewels to each of the cosmetic bottles.

Using Your Finished Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

Finally, your conditioner recipe is finished and ready to use! If you would like to, you can use your homemade conditioner immediately. However, you can store your cosmetic recipe to use at a matter time. Of course, anyone that learned how to make hair conditioner to sell can add these finished conditioner bottles to their product line. No matter how you chose to use your diy creamy hair conditioner, we hope that you enjoy the benefits for your hair!

Argan Oil Benefits for Hair in the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

While you have the option to switch out your cosmetic oils to customize your hair care recipe, there are benefits that this cosmetic oil can have for your hair. This cosmetic oil is very hydrating, full of nutrients, and promotes healthy hair. If you would like to learn more about how Argan Oil can be used to care for you hair, then check out the article 10 Amazing Benefits Of Argan Oil For Hair from Organic Facts. This hair care blog shares various benefits that this cosmetic oil can provide for your hair.

Ask Us Questions About the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner RecipeAsk Us Questions About the Argan Oil Hair Conditioner Recipe

We hope you have enjoyed this easy homemade conditioner recipe! If you have any questions about making this bath and body recipe, then feel free to reach out to us for help. You can reach out to us through our HUG line, in the NG store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any questions that you may have regarding this cosmetic recipe, but you can share your own bath and body creations, too. So, we hope that we will hear from you sometime very soon!

Feb
28

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe


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Cornsilk Hair Conditioner RecipeCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe

If you are looking for a conditioner recipe that will completely nourish your hair, then you will love our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe. This diy hair care recipe includes great wholesale cosmetic ingredients from Natures Garden that will care for your hair. Not only does this cosmetic recipe include cosmetic oils that will nourish your hair, but this conditioner recipe includes loving cosmetic herbs, too. So, you can use our bath and body recipe to create a homemade conditioner recipe that will truly care for your hair.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Ingredients and Equipment

VEGETABLE GLYCERIN
BTMS 25 Emulsifier
Cornsilk Powder
Horsetail Herb Cut & Sifted
Argan Oil
OPTIPHEN – Preservative
VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles
Disposable Pipettes
Themometer
Fillable Tea Bags
Scale
Stove
Two Small Pots
Large Pot
Large Mixing Bowl
Stick Blender
Rubber Spatula
Distilled Water

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Weights and Amounts

425 grams of the Distilled Water
25 grams of the Vegetable Glycerin
25 grams of the BTMS 25
20 grams of the Argan Oil
26 grams of the Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Optiphen Presevative
5 grams of the Vitamin E Oil
3 tablespoons of the Cornsilk Powdered Herb
3 tablespoons of the Horsetail Herb Cut and Sifted

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

Before you begin creating you own homemade hair care recipe, you need to make sure that your work space and equipment is clean. First, you will need to gather and sanitize the equipment you will need for this  cosmetic recipe. Further, you will want to get gloves, an apron, and a hair net to protect yourself and keep your recipe clean as you work. Also, you will need to tidy up your work space to ensure that you have enough room to work. Once you have prepared your work space and equipment, you will be ready to begin working.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Creating the Double Boiler

You are going to need to use a double boiler to heat your wholesale cosmetic ingredients. So, you will need to use this equipment to prevent your ingredients from burning.  If you don’t have a double boiler, you can make one right at home with two differently sized pots. First, you will use the larger pot to hold the water. Next, you are going to need to put the smaller pot inside the larger pot. Before you add your ingredients, make sure that you boiling water doesn’t go over into your smaller pot. Once you have checked that the water won’t boil over, you can add your cosmetic ingredients for heating.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Water Phase

First, you are going to want to prepare the water phase for your homemade hair care recipe. This part of the process will start with sterilizing the water. Then, you are going to use your filled tea bags to infuse the beneficial properties of these wholesale cosmetic herbs into the hair care products. As your herbal tea is steeping, you can move on to the oil phase of this project.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Sterilize the Water

Next, you are going to want to sterilize the water that you need for your diy conditioner recipe. You are going to need to heat your distilled water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature will make sure that the bacteria has been destroyed. Although this bath and body recipe only requires 425 grams of water, you will want to make sure that you have plenty more. Of course, some of the water will evaporate as you boil the water. Once your water reaches the proper temperature, you will want to keep this temperature above 180 degrees for twenty minutes.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Tea BagsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Tea Bags

Now that your water has been sterilized you are ready to create the herbal infusion. So, you are going to fill one of the teabags with the wholesale herbs. You will need to add 3 tablespoons of the Corn Silk Powdered Herb to one bag and 3 tablespoons of the Horsetail Herb to the other  tea bag. After you have filled each of your tea bags and pulled the bags shut, you are ready to make your herbal tea. Just weigh out 425 grams of the sterilized water and use your filled tea bag to make a tea.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Cornsilk Powdered Herb Benefits

This cosmetic herb is included in this hair care recipe as it has some wonderful benefits. This wholesale herb has nutrients that will nourish your hair and scalp. First, this cosmetic herb will provide your body with benefits that will will soften your hair. So, this cosmetic herb will leave your hair feeling silky and soft. Plus, this wholesale herb will nourish your scalp and reduce inflammation, which can be useful for fighting dandruff. Plus, this cosmetic herb provides a brown natural colorant.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Benefits

Also, we included some of the horsetail cosmetic herb in our diy conditioner recipe. This wholesale herb is another fantastic that will nourish your hair. First, this cosmetic herb can be used to help reduce dandruff. Plus, this herb has properties that can promote thick, luscious locks of hair. If you have had trouble with hair loss, then you will love the benefits of this herb. First of all, this cosmetic herb will help to prevent further hair loss. Not only will this herb help you keep the hair you already have, but the herb can be used to promoted new hair growth, too!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Oil Phase

Next, you are going to prepare the oil phase of this cosmetic recipe. These various cosmetic ingredients will need to be weighed and combined. After, these cosmetic ingredients will be melted using the double boiler. Further, you will need to stir your cosmetic ingredients as you heat to prevent scorching.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic OilsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic Oils

Now, you are ready to melt your cosmetic oils for your conditioner recipe. You will need to use your double boiler to melt these cosmetic ingredients. So, weigh out 25 grams of Vegetable Glycerin, 25 grams of BTMS 25, and 20 grams of Argan Oil. You will need to add these ingredients to your double boiler until the pot is completely melted. Be sure to keep an eye on these cosmetic ingredients and periodically stir your ingredients to prevent scorching. Once your cosmetic ingredients are completely melted, then you are ready to move on to the next step!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Alternative Cosmetic Oils

Although this lovely homemade conditioner recipe includes 20 grams of argan oil, you can alter this cosmetic oil to provide better fit for your personal hair care needs. Whether you need a more conditioning oil or a lighter oil, you can find the perfect cosmetic oils to include in your hair care recipes. If you are interested in finding out more about the cosmetic oils that are best for your hair, then check out our blog on Oils for Various Hair Types. Once you have found the best cosmetic oil for you hair, you will just replace the Argan Oil with 20 grams of your new cosmetic oil.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Combining Water and Oil Phases

Now, you are ready to combine the oil phase with the water phase. You will want to pay attention to the temperatures using your candy thermometer. Also, you are going to want to move fast to combine your two mixtures at the correct temperature. You will want to stay between 120 degrees Fahrenheit and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don’t combine your oil and water phases at the right temperature, then you may not have a proper emulsion. This would mean that your final product would separate in a similar fashion to the way Italian dressing would separate.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Blending the Water and Oil PhasesCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Blending the Water and Oil Phases

Once both the herbal infused water and the melted oils are both around 140 degrees Fahrenheit, you are ready to blend these two phases. So, you will combine your herbal water phase and oil phase in a large mixing bowl. You will want to use a stick blender to completely emulsify all of your ingredients. While your cosmetic ingredients will be mixed thoroughly, your conditioner recipe will still be thin until it cools.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Adding the Remaining Cosmetic IngredientsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Adding the Remaining Cosmetic Ingredients

After your mixture has cooled to about 120-140 degrees Fahrenheit, you are ready to add the remaining cosmetic ingredients. Now that your conditioner mixture is at the right temperature, you can add the last few ingredients that could potentially burn off the cosmetic ingredients. So, you will weigh out 5 grams of Optiphen Preservative, 5 grams of Vitamin E Oil, and 26 grams of Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil. Now, all the ingredients for your hair care are included in the conditioner. 

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance OilCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil

The bright, refreshing aroma of the Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil is perfect for providing a wonderful scent for your conditioner. This scented oil begins with citrus notes of Grapefruit, Orange, Bergamot, and Mandarin blend with notes of Lemongrass. Then, the sweet of Lily of the Valley, Rose, and Muguet. Finally, the scented oil has a base of lemongrass and musk. Altogether, these notes blend to create a lovely scented oil that will provide a wonderfully clean scent for your conditioner recipe.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Using Wholesale Packaging SuppliesCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Using Wholesale Packaging Supplies

Once your conditioner recipe has cooled to room temperature, you are ready to use your wholesale packaging supplies. Now that your conditioner has thickened, you can add your finished product into your containers. For this conditioner recipe, we chose to use two 8 oz bottles. An easy way for you fill your containers is to fill is to use a plastic bag. After you scoop your conditioner into the bag, you can cut a whole in a corner. Then, you can squeeze your conditioner recipe into your conditioner containers.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Tea

Not only does the horsetail herb have benefits for your cosmetics, but this cosmetic herb can be used to boost your internal health, too. Some people will use food grade horsetail herb to create a tea that will care for the body. If you want to learn a little bit about the internal benefits of this cosmetic herb, then you may want to check out the Horsetail Tea article from The Right Tea. Adding this lovely homemade tea to your cosmetics will nourish your body. This tea can be used to increase nail and bone strength, improve healing, prevent urinary tract infections, and so much more! So, check out some of the wonderful benefits that this herbal tea can provide.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Reach Out to UsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed this homemade conditioner recipe! If you have any questions about making this cosmetic recipe, then feel free to reach out to us for help. As always, you can ask us your crafting questions on the phone, in the NG store, or even online. You can use one of our various social media platforms as an easy way to reach out to us. There is a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to reach out to us on Twitter and Instagram. Further, you can share your own creations and opinions with us on social media. We hope that you enjoy your conditioner recipe and that we hear from you very soon!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Note About Our Cosmetic Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the craft recipes provided on our website. The testing of the finished products is your responsibility as the customer. If you plan to resell the finished product from the recipe we provided for our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner, then 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 any of those ingredients.

Nov
20

Ways to use Coffee in Cosmetic Recipes


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nov
09

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair


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Hair Conditioner for Black HairHair Conditioner for Dark Hair

Today we will talk about conditioner for those with dark hair.  We have talked about a daily conditioner for blonde hair and even a hibiscus conditioner for red heads but for those with black hair or even a very dark brown hair, have you ever added black walnut hulls to your hair care recipes? Black walnut hulls are used in natural dark brown and black hair colorants. This handmade hair conditioner for dark hair is made with black walnut hulls to help enhance your natural black and dark brown hair color. In addition, we added meadowfoam seed oil. Meadowfoam seed oil will help add moisture and shine when added to your hair care recipes.  However, the best thing about making your own products is being able to customize and control the ingredients.  This will allow you to customize your conditioner to both your customer’s needs, as well as your own.

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

VEGETABLE GLYCERIN

BTMS 25 Emulsifier

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Black Cherry Fragrance Oil

OPTIPHEN – Preservative

VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural

8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles

Black Walnut Hulls Powder

White Lotion Pumps

Disposable Pipettes

Thermometer

Fillable Tea Bags

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Other Materials You Will Need

Scale
Stove
2 Small Pots
Large Pot
Large Mixing Bowl
Stick Blender
Rubber Spatula
Distilled Water
Scissors
Ziploc Bag (gallon size)

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Total Recipe Weights

425 grams Distilled Water
25 grams Vegetable Glycerin
25 grams BTMS 25
20 grams Meadowfoam Seed Oil
26 grams Black Cherry Fragrance Oil
5 grams Optiphen Preservative
5 grams Vitamin E Oil
27 grams Black Walnut Hulls Powder

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparations

First, prepare your area. You will want to clean your work area along. In addition, clean and sanitize the packaging supplies that you will be using. We also suggest wearing gloves, an apron, and a hair net while preparing your hair conditioner.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Achieving the Proper Emulsion

At this time, we should talk about the importance of temperature when preparing this recipe. There are a few reasons why temperature is important.  I would like to point this out to those that have never made this type of recipe. It is important to know this before you begin so that you are properly prepared.  First, your temperature is important in order to create a proper emulsion. You want to make sure the temperature of both your black walnut tea and your oil blend are around 140 degrees Fahrenheit when you blend them. If they are not at the correct temperature, your conditioner can completely separate.

In addition, your temperature is important when adding your preservative. If you add your preservative when your conditioner is too hot, your preservative will burn off.  If your emulsion is too cool the preservative will separate out of conditioner. So, you want to add your preservative at a temperature below 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but you do not want it to get below 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Black Walnut Hulls Information

In this hair conditioner recipe, we used black walnut hulls. Black walnut hulls are often used in both dark brown and black hair dyes.  In addition, they are used in a wide variety of cosmetic recipe.  Next, we will talk a little bit about black walnuts hulls. However, you can learn even more about this wonderful cosmetic powder in our free black walnut hulls class.

When used in soap making, black walnut hulls is used to achieve a dark brown color for soap.  However, it can also be used in bath bombs, lotions, and other cosmetic recipes. It is also often used in natural hair colorants as well.  In fact, with that in mind, we created this hair conditioner for dark hair.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing your Black Walnut Hulls Powder

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing your Black Walnut Hulls Powder

 

Next, prepare your teabag that you will be using in your herbal infusion.  You will create an herbal tea with the black walnut hulls powder for this recipe.  Black walnut hulls will help intensify your natural black hair or even someone with a very dark brown hair color. So, in your fillable tea bag, add your black walnut hulls powder. You will need to add 27 grams of the black walnut hulls powder.  Then, tie the tea bag closed.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing Your Water

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing Your Water

 

Now, on your stove, heat your distilled water. You want to heat the water to 180 degrees Fahrenheit.  While you will only need 425 grams of water, make sure you add plenty of water. You will need to hold the temperature at this temperature for 20 minutes.  Some of your water will evaporate during this time. However, it is important that you heat for twenty minutes to destroy any bacteria.

 

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Adding Your Tea Bag

 

Add your tea bag to your water. Allow the tea bag to steep to create a very dark tea. This black walnut tea will be used in your conditioner.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing Your Oils

Now, we will also be preparing the oils portion of this recipe. The Natures Garden staff used meadowfoam seed oil for our conditioner.  We customized our conditioner specifically for the hair needs of employees here at Natures Garden. Meadowfoam seed oil is wonderful for dry hair.  It also is great for a little extra shine.  While we used meadowfoam seed oil, you can customize this conditioner for your hair needs. Just use a total of 20 grams of oil in any combination you choose. It will require testing of course to perfect the conditioner to your needs. You can read about the oils for various hair types here.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Preparing Your Oils

 

Now, you will need to prepare the oil portion of this recipe. This portion will be melted on your stove using a double boiler. So, first get your large pot and add a few inches of water. Heat the water over medium heat.  You can allow it to heat while you are preparing your oils.

Next, you will need a small pot. In this pot, weigh out and add 25 grams Vegetable Glycerin, 25 grams BTMS 25, and 20 grams Meadowfoam Seed Oil. Then, place the small pot inside the larger pot of water on your stove.  Allow your oils to melt, stirring occasionally.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Mixing Your Oils and Herbal Tea Together

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Mixing Your Oils and Herbal Tea Together

 

You want to move quickly through the next couple of steps as this is where the temperatures are very important in order to achieve a proper emulsion. So, get a deep mixing bowl.  Then, weigh out 425 grams of the herbal tea you created.

 

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Mixing Your Oils and Herbal Tea Together

In addition, remove your melted oils from the heat.  Then, allow the temperature of both the oils and herbal tea to drop to about 140 degrees Fahrenheit.  At this time go ahead and slowly add your oils to your herbal tea. Finally, use your stick blender to emulsify your ingredients.  You will notice the color of your mixture will begin to change.  Continue to mix, ensuring that your conditioner is fully blended. However, be careful not to allow the temperature to drop below 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Adding the Final Conditioner Ingredients

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Adding the Final Conditioner Ingredients

Finally, we will be adding just a few more ingredients.  As we talked about earlier, all three of these ingredients need to be added at a temperature no cooler than 120 degrees Fahrenheit.  So, add 26 grams of your Black Cherry Fragrance Oil, 5 grams Optiphen Preservative, and 5 grams Vitamin E Oil. Then, once again use your stick blender to incorporate all of the ingredients. Continue to stick blend the ingredients until you are sure everything is mixed.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Cooling the Conditioner

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Cooling the Conditioner

 

Once you have stick blended your conditioner fully and completely, the only thing left to do is wait.  You want your conditioner’s temperature to drop to room temperature.  You will notice that your conditioner is still very thin.  As the conditioner cools, it becomes thicker.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Packaging Your Conditioner

Now, once your conditioner has reached room temperature, you are ready to package your conditioner.  We chose to package our conditioner in the 8 ounce Boston Round Bottles.  If you choose these same bottles, you will need two of them.  However, we have a variety of bottles and lids available to package your conditioner. Get your bottles out at this time and set them in front of you.

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Packaging Your Conditioner

 

First, you will need your gallon sized Ziploc bag.  Next, place your conditioner in the bag.  You will notice that I placed my bag inside a small bowl.  This made it easier to put my conditioner into the bag.  I place the opening of the bag around the bowl.  This kept the bag open as I filled it. Once you have filled your bag, remove as much air as possible and close the bag.

 

 

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Packaging Your Conditioner

 

Next, we will cut the corner of the bag.  You just need to cut the corner a bit to create a hole.  All we are doing is basically creating a decorating bag.  We will line the hole in the bag up with the opening of our bottle to fill it.  Go ahead and fill your bottle with the conditioner.

 

 

Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair: Packaging Your Conditioner

Once your bottle is full, place a lid on top.  We used the white pump tops. Once you have placed a lid on top you are finished. Your conditioner for dark hair is now ready to use!  Simply wash your hair then use the conditioner as you would your normal hair conditioner.  We have found that the longer you leave it on before rinsing, the better results you will see.

 

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this hair conditioner for dark hair. Did you know that we have a wide variety of candle making, soap making, and cosmetics making recipes found in our free classes and recipes box? We would love to see all of the wonderful creation you have been working on.  Tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents.  You can also post pictures of your finished handcrafted candles, soaps and cosmetics on our Facebook page.  Be sure to follow us as well.

 

Oct
19

Patchouli Fragrance Oil


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Patchouli Fragrance OilPatchouli Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Patchouli Fragrance Oil is a true and earthy scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a beautiful and natural scent of patchouli. This fragrance oil is very true to its name with this fresh and earthy scent.

What Does Patchouli Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an earthy aroma of true herbal patchouli.

How Do Our Customers Use Patchouli Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers can create all sorts of homemade room scenting products with this earthy patchouli fragrance oil. Recipes of potpourri, incense, and reed diffusers can include a fragrance concentration of up to 50% for this herbal scent. Homemade cleaning products homemade can potentially be scented with up to 3.4% of this fragrance oil. Also, aroma beads that use this scent will have a nice, strong scent retained.

Patchouli Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionMoreover, candles and wax tarts can both be created using our patchouli fragrance. These wax products made of either paraffin wax or vegetable waxes and can include up to 10% of patchouli scent. If you are thinking about which color would be best in your wax products for this scent, then we would like to suggest for you to use either 2 drops brown candle colorant and 3 drops orange liquid candle dye per every four pounds of wax that is used or a small amount of shredded brown and orange color blocks into your melted wax. Just as long as you aren’t crayons as a substitute for coloring your candle products, as they have been known to clog wicks.

How Do Our Customers Use Patchouli Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

All kinds of different bath and body creations can be made with this fresh herbal fragrance oil. This includes bath gels, bath oils, lotions, bath bombs, perfumes, various soaps, and many other related products, which can all include a maximum of 5% for this fragrance oil.

Patchouli Fragrance Oil Cold Process Soap ResultsCold process soaps that adhere to the body safe fragrance maximum will perform well for this fragrance oil. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this patchouli fragrance oil is pretty good for making soap from scratch. A batch of soap that uses this scent will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Also, the soaps will not have any discoloration and the scent retained after the soaps cure will be good. If you are still looking for a good color to pair with this earthy fragrance oil, then we would suggest using brown soap dye and orange soap colorant. However, you can use any shade of liquid soap dye in the amount that makes you happy. Just remember to never use candle dye in any of your soaps.

Patchouli Fragrance Oil RecipeFinally, are you ready to use Patchouli Fragrance Oil in your own homemade cosmetic recipes? If you enjoy natural products and herbal scents, then you’re going to love our Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe! This homemade conditioner recipe is a refreshing and herbal treat for your hair!