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Nov
28

Thyme Uses


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Thyme UsesThyme Uses

While thyme is commonly used as a herbal spice for enhancing the taste of food, there are all kinds of wonderful thyme benefits in incorporating this herb for other uses. Natures Garden uses the benefits of our herbal cosmetic ingredients, to create all kinds of different bath and body products. One of these wonderfully herbal bath and body supplies is the Thyme Leaf, which has many benefits! Not only do many people enjoy the cosmetic effects of this herb, but it can be enjoyed in food and herbal medicines, too. Plus, some people find that the herb can provide a beneficial mood boost. So, check out this cosmetic blog to find out more great properties of the herb and all of the thyme uses for your products.

Thyme Uses: Growing Conditions Thyme Uses: Growing Conditions

Our herbal thyme, which is called Thymus vulgaris, is the most common variety of garden thyme. So, you’ve likely seen or tasted it before. This variety of thyme was originally a bushy shrub that was found throughout southern Europe in the western Mediterranean and southern Italy areas. These little shrubs have tiny leaves that are highly aromatic due to their classic scent. Plus, the plant produces either purple or pink flowers in the early summer season. Often, the leaves are what is used, but the thyme flowers can be incorporated into recipes, too.

Currently, there are many more people that grow thyme. So, it is quite common to find people growing their own herb gardens right at home. Plus, thyme is a pretty hardy plant that you can grow right at home. This herb prefers to have conditions that are hot and dry to those that are cool and damp. Also, make sure the plant gets a place in full sun. Since thyme grows more grows slowly from the seed, I’d suggest buying a plant that is already started. If you do start your plant from a seed, then you should make sure to give your thyme a month or so to establish itself before cutting. Once your plant is established you can snip a few stems and benefit from any of the thyme uses that you’d like.

Thyme Uses: Industrial Uses

Obviously, this wonderful herb didn’t get to be so popular without having some wonderful benefits. So, it is no surprise that herbal thyme has all kinds of benefits for your whole body. You can use this herb to create wonderful bath and body recipes that reduce skin issues and promote a healthy, rejuvenated body. Also, you can use this herb in natural remedies to promote health. Further, you can even use thyme to add some flavor to your dishes. There really are many thyme uses for your products and everyday life!

Thyme Uses: Bath and Body ProductsThyme Uses: Bath and Body Products

Plus, you can use this wonderful cosmetic herb to create all kinds of wonderful bath and body products. This herb has beneficial properties that can be used to improve the health of your skin and hair. Plus, the antibacterial benefits of this herb are great for staying healthy and protecting yourself from various skin conditions. So, take a look at some of the benefits your products can gain from incorporating the thyme herb or infusing thyme into your handcrafted cosmetic recipes.

First, this lovely herb has been known to have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that are perfect for reducing certain skin conditions. One condition that can benefit from thyme is acne, as the herb will fight the bacteria responsible for these break outs. Plus, the anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce acne, too. Additionally, this cosmetic herb has antifungal properties that are useful against Athlete’s Foot. So, this cosmetic herb would be perfect for creating creams and lotions to use on these conditions. Plus, people have found that this herb can be used to reduce soreness and muscle cramps. So, this would be perfect for creating different bath and body recipes that you can use to soak in the tub.

Also, you can use this herb to promote healthy hair growth. Using this herb in herbal shampoo and conditioner recipes will provide all sorts of wonderful benefits. First, thyme has been known to help increase circulation to the scalp and lead to better hair growth. Also, many people have found that this oil can be beneficial for reducing hair loss and thinning. Further, these herbal recipes would help remove dirt and bacteria from the scalp and prevent dandruff.

Thyme Uses: Natures Garden Sachet RecipeThyme Uses: Natures Garden Sachet Recipe

One recipe that we included this herb in is the Envelope Sachet Recipe. The aromatic herbs are perfect to create a refreshing blend that enhances the aroma of the Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. The wonderful aroma of bright floral notes and refreshing herbal scents that are perfectly enhanced by the aromas of fresh thyme, rose petals, and chamomile flowers.

Also, many people find that the scent of thyme is perfect for a mood boost. If you are looking for some positive aromatherapy, then you may want to try creating a natural potpourri, incorporating the herb into your wax melt recipes, or create your own herbal sachet recipes. These are perfect for promoting a positive mood and having your negativity melt away. Since thyme has been linked to promoting a positive mood, it would be a perfect herb to add to your scented sachet recipe!

Thyme Uses: Medicinal UsesThyme Uses: Medicinal Uses

Thyme has been loved as a medicinal herb for generations. In fact, this herb was a favorite of emperors during the Roman era because it was thought to protect the body from poison. Also, Victorian era nurses would use thyme infused water to bathe bandages and protect wounds. Thyme was even used during the times of the Black Death to help try to prevent the spread of disease. In fact, the boutonnieres worn during this time included thyme, which is actually known to be a powerful antiseptic.

Also, thyme can be used to reduce bad breath. In fact, the herb is known to kill much of the bad bacteria in your mouth, which can increase oral health. Many people have found this herb especially useful for cavities and gingivitis. Plus, is a great, natural cough remedy that you can use to alleviate many symptoms, like a sore throat or coughing. Further, the vitamins contained in this herb are known to be helpful for promoting your immune system, which can help shorten your cold.  Plus, there have been studies that show that this herb can be used to detoxify the body and help with weight loss. Additionally, some have found that this herb can be great for reducing stress, boosting your mood, and melting away your worries. So, creating a thyme tea would be perfect for the health of your mouth and helping to get over an illness!

Thyme Uses: Foods and Beverages Thyme Uses: Foods and Beverages

Today, thyme is a common herb that many cooks choose to use to enhance the flavor of a dish. Some people describe the taste of thyme as being sweeter than sage and slightly spicier than oregano. Typically, people are referring to the leaves when they are talking about this herb. However, the blossoms are edible, too. Many people say that these flowers add a lemon-ish taste to the food. Also, some people will use these flowers to create their own flavored butter. If you don’t want to eat these flowers, then you can harvest the stems. Simply harvest them before they get the chance to bloom. Even if you are not ready to use what you harvest, you can store these herbs in an airtight container for some time.

Not only does this herb taste good, but it has some great properties for your body, too. First, thyme has been known to lower your blood pressure, lower your heart rate, and improve your circulation. Also, the antioxidant levels are perfect for promoting the health of your cells. Another benefit is that the herb has vitamins that promote good eye health. So, there are plenty of reasons to add some thyme to your typical diet.

Using thyme in the kitchen is a great way to spice up your meals and provide your body with benefits. If you are looking for meal ideas, then check out Cooking Lights’ article called Cooking with Thyme. This web page has all kinds of scrumptious recipes that would be great for dinner and perfectly include thyme. So, you can eat delicious food that is great for your body.

Thyme Uses: Other UsesThyme Uses: Other Uses

Another one of thyme’s many uses is repelling pests either inside or outside your home. If you have a pest problem with mice, rats, insects, or mosquitoes, then you may want to give this herb a try. You can use thyme in a recipe for homemade mosquito repellent and spray these pests away. Also, you can rub some thyme between your hands to release the essential oils and spread this goodness all over to repel mosquitoes. Additionally, you can spread the herb around your home or garden area to ward off some of the other pests. Just be aware that simply planting thyme won’t do the trick. You need to expose the natural oils found in thyme in order for it to have any effect.

Also, some gardeners have found that the blooms of the thyme plant attract bees. So, if you want more pollinators in your garden these flowers may be a good way to go. Just make sure to let a few of your sprigs go uncut so they can grow enough to produce these bee friendly flowers!

Another useful idea for thyme is to create your own homemade cleaning products to clean your surfaces. Since this herb contains antibacterial properties it would make a perfect addition to a natural home cleaner.

Thyme Uses: Herbal Folklore

Did you know that herbs were such an integral part of life that there are even stories of folklore around some of them? Thyme was often thought of as a favorite of fairies. So, a new patch of wild thyme would’ve been where the fairies had danced. Also, there was some myth in German and Danish folklore that certain thyme oil could be used to allow us to see the fairies. However, this thyme oil would’ve had to have been gathered on the side of a hill where fairies were previously.

Also, English and French people thought that creating a bed of thyme in their garden would attract fairies to stay in their gardens. Plus, the fairy Puck in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream talks about the thyme on the bank of the river, which shows how important it was thought to be for fairies. If you would like to learn more about fairy lore, then you can check out Where the Wild Thyme Grows: Fairies by Mother Earth Living.

Thyme Uses: Talk to Us Thyme Uses: Talk to Us

Hopefully, there was something you found interesting about thyme in this natural beauty blog! We at Natures Garden would love to answer your questions. So, any of your questions or concerns about using this herb in your recipes can be directed to us. You can find us in a few different ways, including stopping by the store, calling, or finding us online. You can reach us online on our Facebook page or use @ngscents to find us on either Instagram or Twitter. This is the perfect place to ask questions and chat with other like-minded people. You don’t want to miss out!

Thyme Uses: Reminder About Natures Garden Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our thyme herb for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. The information that we provide only is for educational purposes. We do not intend to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease with this information. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this information. Make sure that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. The customer has all the responsibility of testing.

Jul
31

10 Ways to Use Chamomile


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10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile

If you are looking for some great, herbal recipes to try out, then you may want to take a look at our cosmetic blog for ideas. In this blog, we have 10 Ways to Use Chamomile, which vary from bath and body recipes to room scent recipes. In this blog we have ten wonderful cosmetic recipes will include either Chamomile Flowers German Whole or Chamomile Flowers German Powder. This cosmetic herb is perfect for creating some fantastic skin loving bath and body recipes. Your entire body will love the benefits it can gain from these Natures Garden recipes. If you are interested in learning more about these herbal recipes, then you can check out our formulated bath and body recipes below!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe

First, you can use the whole Chamomile flowers to create a delightful herb soap recipe. So, you can use this cosmetic herb along with quality wholesale soap making products to create the lovely Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe. If you are looking for an easy way to learn how to make soap at home, then using melt and pour is a great place to start! Plus, this cosmetic recipe includes herbs that will enhance the beneficial properties of this herbal soap recipe. Not only does this recipe include the lovely, calming Chamomile Flowers, but there is Rhassoul clay powder added to boost the skin benefits even more. This cosmetic clay will help cleanse and rejuvenate the skin. Not only does this soap contain herbs that are wonderful for skin care, but this soap is scented with a lovely fragrance oil, too.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance

Further, this herbal soap recipe uses the refreshing aroma of our Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has subtle top notes of lemon rind and fresh palm leaves that are followed by fresh watercress and aloe notes. This fantastic aroma finishes with invigorating notes of jasmine and eucalyptus. So, this delightful aroma is a perfect way to finish off this fantastic recipe and you will be sure to love everything about this spa quality soap recipe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe

Also, you can use the delightful blooms to create the Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe. This cosmetic recipe incorporates the skin softening properties of both the chamomile flowers and the luscious oils and butters. This blend of herbs and luscious cosmetic ingredients are perfect for pampering your skin while you soak in the tub. Further, the calming effect of this herb is perfect for unwinding after a long day. Plus, this relaxing aroma intertwines perfectly with the delightful aroma of the fragrance oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance

Plus, this fantastic recipe includes the lovely Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil, which has a relaxing and luxurious aroma. This refreshing combination of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena with the rich floral aroma of French jasmine petals, oriental bamboo, sea notes, and exotic musk. 

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe

Another great way to use this cosmetic herb is the Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe. This herbal blend perfectly combines Chamomile, Lavender, and powdered milk to create a lovely bath recipe. The soothing properties of the powdered milk will pamper and rejuvenate your skin as the relaxing floral scents envelop your senses. The combination of these calming flowers is perfect for a relaxing bath soak recipe. Just sit back and let these herbal ingredients care for your body from head to toe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance

Further, this relaxing bath recipe incorporates the scent of NG Baby Bee Buttermilk Type Fragrance Oil, which is similar to Burt’s Baby Bee Buttermilk Lotion. So, your herb bath recipe will have the light aroma of peaches, mandarin oranges, coconut pulp, bergamot, grapefruit, tropical guava, and tangy lemons. So, this bright, fruity blend is a lovely addition that will entice your senses.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe

Another fantastic recipe that you can create with our chamomile herb is the Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe. Along with this wonderful cosmetic herb, this recipe uses skin loving butters and oils to care for your body. Further, this recipe can be used as a fantastic home massage oil that will both relax you and help to nourish your skin. So, you can lay back and enjoy this cosmetic herb in your bath and body recipes.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance

This cosmetic recipe adds the aroma of Tranquil Sleep Fragrance Oil to help you unwind and relax. This fragrance is a blend of jasmine, rose and lily floral scents with juicy fruits and base notes of cedar, amber, and musk. So, this wonderful floral aroma will blend perfectly with the calming effects of the chamomile herb.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe

Further, you can include the gorgeous Chamomile flowers herb with your other quality soap-making supplies. These wholesale cosmetic ingredients are perfect for creating herb soap. For example, the Herbal Soap Recipe contains a delightful aroma along with skin loving oils and butters. Further, this lovely soap loaf uses the Smile Faces Embed Mold and chamomile flowers whole to create a super cute soap recipe that is bright and fun.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance

This wonderful bath and body recipe uses the scrumptious aroma of our Dandelion Pear Fragrance Oil.  This refreshing aroma of wildflowers bends beautifully with the soft scent of this wholesale herb. Plus, the fragrance is perfectly mellowed out with tart fresh pear, green tea leaves, and cool aloe vera. Together, these notes create a fresh, clean aroma that is absolutely perfect for creating homemade soaps.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe

Additionally, you can include this lovely herb in the Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe. Not only does this product contain the relaxing aroma of Chamomile, but this pillow uses true lavender flowers, too. Plus, this spa quality recipe includes a fragrance oil that is the perfect aromatherapy for relaxation. So, this mask contains aromas that are sure to help you unwind and find inner peace.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance

Of course, the aroma of this relaxing eye pillow incorporates the calming scent of our Aromatherapy Relaxation Fragrance Oil. This wonderful fragrance includes both fragrance oil notes and essential oils with a soothing blend of freshly picked lavender with juicy citrus notes and a balanced woodsy base.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe

Furthermore, you can use include chamomile flowers in a recipe for the ultimate sunburn relief home remedy that is formulated to reduce pain and support your skin’s natural healing process. Our Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe is a great idea for anyone looking for some sweet sunburn relief. The chamomile flowers have anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to reduce the pain and redness. In fact, each of the herbs in this recipe are known to have qualities that would be helpful for reducing the pain of a sunburn. So, just sit back and relax while these magnificent herbs reduce the burning sensation and help your skin heal sooner!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe 10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe

If you are looking for an alternative for commercial baby powder, then you may want to try out our Natural Baby Powder Recipe! This powder uses a skin loving blend of chamomile and lavender powder with arrowroot powder, too. Plus, you can even add a touch of a fragrance that smells like baby powder to retain that refreshing clean baby scent!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance

If you are interested in having a fresh, clean baby powder scent, then you may want to add a touch of our Baby Powder Fragrance Oil. This wonderful bath and body scent uses a light sensitive aroma that is very similar to the scent of Johnson’s Baby powder aroma. So, your baby will have both the gentle touch of the herbal powder and the soft, clean scent of this scented oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe

Lastly, we have the lovely scent of our Envelope Sachet Recipe. This fantastic room scent recipe uses herbs like chamomile, rose, and thyme that add a true herbal aroma to the recipe. This wonderful, herbal aroma of flowers and thyme blends perfectly with the delightful Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. So, you can create a simple scented recipe for the home or on the go that will provide a fantastic fragrance.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance

Along with the herbs, this homemade sachet recipe uses the lovely aroma of our Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. This fragrance enhances the true herb notes and gives off a wonderful aroma in this sachet recipe. This fragrance has top notes of lovely summer dandelion, refreshing verbena, and soft heliotrope. These notes are followed by middle notes of spring meadows, lily of the valley, and weeping willow. These notes are all resting on base notes of sweet pea blossoms and Kentucky bluegrass.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe

Lastly, you can use the lovely chamomile flowers power to create our Soothing Facial Mask Recipe. This cosmetic facial uses herbs and Vitamin E oil to completely pamper your face. The French green clay will help nourish and cleanse your skin. Further, the Dandelion Root Powder, Comfrey Root Powder, Burdock Root Powder, and Chamomile Flower Powder are perfect for nourishing and softening your skin. Of course, the vitamins and minerals in these herbs will leave your skin feeling absolutely rejuvenated. So, this herbal facial is a perfect recipe for some much needed rest and relaxation.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Growing Chamomile for Tea

Although our cosmetic herbs are sold for cosmetic use only, chamomile tea has many benefits that you may enjoy. There are many that find that drinking this tea can have some benefits. It is thought to help with better sleep, reduce intestinal distress, help with cramps, and so much more! If you are interested, then you may want to try growing your own chamomile for tea right at home. So, check out Growing Chamomile for Tea by Grow a Good Life to learn more about growing this fantastic flower that will be perfect for creating a calming, herbal tea.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us

If you have any more questions about this delightful cosmetic herb, then feel free to reach out to us. We are happy to help you create your very own natural herbal cosmetics recipes! So, you can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, or online to get your questions answered. An easy way for you to find us online is to reach out on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Plus, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Additionally, you can use these platforms to share your ideas! You can share your products or recipes or even display your finished products on our social media.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells herbs, like our Chamomile Flowers, for external use only. Although some people enjoy chamomile tea, we do not sell our herbs as food items. So, the information that we provide about our herbs is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated any of this information. Make sure that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care and attention when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. Also, all of the product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Jul
21

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals


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15 Ways to Use Rose Petals15 Ways to Use Rose Petals

We at Natures Garden have come up with 15 Ways to use rose petals that are absolutely gorgeous. Plus, these ingredients work perfectly for the skin! Further, each of these ideas use one of our dried rose petal. So, you can experience all the benefits of rose petals for yourself. This herb has many beneficial qualities for the skin! Rose water is been said to have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce issues like acne or eczema. Plus, rose petals have amazing moisturizing qualities, antibacterial properties, and antioxidants that are beneficial for the skin. So, this herb is great for the skin! Plus, this herb has mood enhancing properties by reducing anxieties. Therefore, adding these rose petals to your bath and body products are great for skin care and relaxation.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe

First, you can use our red rose petals and buds to create the beautiful Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe! This recipe is a perfect blend of an uplifting fragrance, amazing herbs, and moisturizing ingredients. The romantic rose petals are perfect for creating the perfect atmosphere for a bath. Plus, this bath product uses the lovely Aromatherapy Mood Enhance Fragrance Oil, which is an uplifting, herbal floral aroma composed of fresh citrus top notes, floral middle notes of lavender and rose, with earthy base notes of patchouli and cedarwood. Finally, we have the luscious oils and butters that are perfect for softening and nourishing for the skin. So, this bath melt is perfect for relaxing and moisturizing your skin.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe

Next, you could create another lovely bath recipe with these lovely rose petals. Our Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe is a perfect bath recipe that is elegant and amazing. This product uses luxurious oils and butters along with pink rose petals and the lovely scent of our of our amazing fragrance oil. As these lovely ingredients nourish your skin, the NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil leaves you with a beautiful aroma. This fragrance has a  soothing medley of wild rose and sweet violet blossoms with touches of coconut, orange, and musk. So, this bath product recipe is everything you need for an amazing bath experience.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe

Plus, you can create the Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe with these lovely rose petals. This bath bomb recipe uses herbs and oils to make the perfect bath recipe for your skin. The oils moisturize the skin as the herbs, like rose petals, will nourish the body. Further, the herbal Lavender Sage Fragrance Oil is a perfect addition to this bath bomb. This scent is a complex and unique scent with top notes of French lavender, lime, sage, and fern leaves; followed by middle notes of dill, pepper, moss, and ginger; and well rounded with base notes of pine, musk, and patchouli. So, this bath bomb recipe is a perfect blend that leads to a great bath creation.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe

The Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe is a great recipe that is nourishing for the skin. Plus, this soap recipe is amazing for protecting your skin as you are shaving. This bar cleans as the ingredients nourish your skin. Plus, this soap bar will help as you get rid of all of your unwanted hair. Furthermore, this amazing soap recipe uses the most unique blend of uncommon fragrance notes ever found in a fragrance blend. Introducing, the unique and absolutely fascinating Cannabis Rose Type Fragrance Oil! This fragrance has a scent blend of  Bulgarian rose, pomegranate flower, bergamot, cannabis accord, sheer jasmine, dark chocolate, white musk, patchouli, and oolong tea. Thus, this shaving soap will pamper you and leave you feeling gorgeous.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Milk Bath Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Milk Bath Recipe

Also, you can include both the gorgeous red rose petals and pink rose petals in the lovely Rose Milk Bath Recipe! This nourishing bath recipe uses petals, floral fragrance oil, and powdered milk to create an amazing product. The rose petals and powdered milk work together perfectly to provide your skin with the nourishment it needs to be its best. Plus, this recipe uses the Victorian Rose Fragrance Oil, which is the aroma of fresh cut roses with base notes of white musk and amber. Thus, this rose milk bath recipe is perfect skin softening and great for a relaxing bath!

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Lotion Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Lotion Recipe

Also, you can create the lovely Rose Lotion Recipe with real red rose buds and petals. Not only does this rose infused lotion recipe use lovely rose petals, but it has fantastic butters and oils! These moisturizing ingredients are perfect for skin care by nourishing and moisturizing. This perfect lotion blend is made even better by using the delightful Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil. This fresh rose aroma pairs perfectly with the aroma of the true herbal infusion to create a perfect rose water lotion recipe. Not only will this fragrance go nicely with the true aroma of real rose petals, but the scent actually is the truest fresh cut rose on the market that we have found. So, this is the perfect match!

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can create the Vanilla Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe with real rose petals. This homemade lotion recipe uses an infusion of whole rose buds and petals. This infusion occurs after you create a sort of tea with these flowers to include into the lotion. Then, you include this rose water into your caring lotion recipe. This elegant recipe will perfectly nourish and care for your skin. Plus, this fragrance oil will leave an amazing aroma behind. The scent of these fresh rose petals blend nicely with the sweet Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil and the elegant Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil. These scents combine perfectly to create an amazing rose body lotion recipe.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Passion Massage Oil Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Passion Massage Oil Recipe

Another perfect recipe that you can create with whole rose petals is the Passion Massage Oil Recipe. So, you can use these rose petals to create a very romantic massage oil recipe. I mean, what is more romantic than rose petals? A real rose petal massage! This recipe cares for your skin as you get an amazing massage. Plus, this recipe uses the amazing Aromatherapy Passion Fragrance Oil. This aroma is a romantic combination of fragrance oil notes and essential oils, which blends floral notes such as lilac, gardenia, carnation, lavender, and hyacinth on a strong bouquet of roses. Altogether, this recipe is perfect for a passionate massage.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Envelope Sachet Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Envelope Sachet Recipe

This Envelope Sachet Recipe is a wonderful craft idea for adults. This is a fun recipe that smells fantastic. First, this recipe uses real herbs that smell lovely. Thyme Leaf Whole, Rose Petals, and Chamomile Flowers blend perfectly to create a nice sachet pouch. Plus, this fun craft uses the delightful Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has the aroma of a bright and sunny summer day! Delight in the aroma of the fresh outdoors with Natures Garden’s butterfly meadows fragrance which begins with top notes of summer dandelion, refreshing verbena, and soft heliotrope; followed by middle notes of spring meadows, lily of the valley, and weeping willow; all sitting on base notes of sweet pea blossoms and Kentucky blue grass. Thus, this blend of scents is perfect for creating at home scented sachet recipes.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe

Another great recipe that you can create with whole rose petals is the Lavender Luxury Cold Process Soap Recipe. Plus, this soap recipe uses lavender flowers, too. Furthermore, this soap recipe uses luxurious butters and oils that are amazing for the skin. Plus, the soap includes a lovely design or the beautiful Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil. Not only is the soap a pretty purple and white design, but this cp soap smells amazing. The aroma is a lavender lover’s dream! This scent is the tranquil combination of fresh herbs and cool camphor that is unique and lovely. The aroma of lavender luxury fragrance begins with top notes of Italian bergamot, eucalyptus leaves, citrus zest, and French lavender; followed by middle notes of lily of the valley, and clary sage; sitting on base notes of Nordic pine, cool camphor, and clove buds. Also, this aroma in the finished bars is strong and true.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe

Also, these rose petals would work perfectly for making our Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe! These lovely bath melts are great for nourishing your skin with the added bonus of smelling amazing. The fantastic oils and butters care for your body as you soak in the tub. Plus, this fantastic recipe uses the delicious Coco Mango Fragrance Oil, which smells simply scrumptious. This complex fragrance oil begins with fruity notes of mango, fresh strawberries, elderberries, and ripe papaya. This sweet scent is completed with rich vanilla and toasted coconut with just a hint of soft musk. These cute heart shaped bath melts are perfect for making bath time your time!

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe

The Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe is a gorgeous and elegant. Plus, this fizzy fun product is a dream for bath time. It will care for your skin as you enjoy the lovely aroma. This Moonlight Tuberose Fragrance Oil is a lovely, elegant scent. In fact, Tuberose essential oil is extremely expensive and is used in the most exquisite fine fragrances. So, we have done our very best to create a fragrance oil with the same aroma as this expensive essential oil; while adding complimentary notes to make this fragrance oil balanced. This Natures Garden fragrance begins with top notes of white pear and green apple; followed by middle notes of tuberose, jasmine, lily of the valley, and ginger; sitting on base notes of violet, ylang ylang, peach, vanilla, and fresh woods. So, it is a perfect alternative to the pure essential oil and wonderful for this amazing bath product.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe

Next, we have the lovely Burgundy Rose Bath Milk Soak Recipe! This bath product is great for your skin with its powdered milk and lovely herbs. The milk will care for the skin along with the Oat Straw Powder. Also, the gorgeous rose petals add in a lovely touch to this bath soak. Furthermore, this bath milk soak recipe uses the luxurious aroma of Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil, which is where romanticism, luxury, and culture combine perfectly. This fragrance has an aroma of sensual burgundy rose with fresh white floral nuances, blend with exquisite burgundy wine, and warmed by precious musk and apple wood. Finally, this scent is topped off with an aroma of gorgeous rose that withstands in all bath and body products.

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe

Also, you can use this wonderful cosmetic herb to create the relaxing Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap Recipe. This amazing body wrap product nourishes you from head to toe as you unwind for about a half hour or so. Not only do the whole rose petals have beneficial skin properties, but the rosehips powder has the same wonderful rose benefits! Rose hips are simply are the fruit of wild roses. As you have read in the blog, roses are great for the skin! Plus, cocoa powder is great for skin, too. So, this spa quality product is perfect for skin care!

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

Finally, we have the luscious skin care power of our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe! This recipe uses lovely oils and butters to protect and nourish the skin. Plus, the added skin care benefits of the rose powder herb will create a lotion recipe that will truly care for the skin. Plus, this product uses the lovely aroma of our Peach Magnolia Raspberry Fragrance Oil, which is a  succulent blend of Lemon, Grapefruit, Peach Nectar, Raspberry, Pink Tulip, Soft Jasmine, Magnolia, Wild Honeysuckle, and Sheer Musk.

 

15 Ways to Use Rose Petals Check Out Our Recipes

We hope that you enjoy these amazing rose petal recipes! These Natures Garden rose recipes are perfect for those that wish to create bath and body products that are perfect for skin care. These recipes are softening and moisturizing, so your skin will certainly enjoy any of these products. While any of these recipes would be great for your skin, feel free to formulate your own recipes with these lovely flower petals. If you’d like, then you can even share your creations on the Nature’s Garden Facebook page, Twitter, or our Instagram!  You can find us on Instagram and Twitter @ngscents.

On the other hand, we have tons of unique recipes that you can create from our site. If you liked these wonderful ideas, then you are in for a treat. We have tons of recipes that are unique and pertain to many different crafting interests. So, you can find all of our other amazing products that we have created on our website on the Free Classes and Recipes page.

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Butterfly Meadows Scent


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butterfly meadows fragrance oilButterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Hello all you wonderful people out there! Have you been feeling bold lately? Maybe thinking about leaving your comfort zone or wanting to just break free? Or maybe you already have and you’re looking for the perfect way to express your liberty and creativity through your new creations? Here at Nature’s Garden, we love coming up with new ideas, and we have the perfect fragrance for you to express yourself with whatever project you choose! Our Butterfly Meadows scent is the absolute perfect fragrance to show just how much you’ve grown and broken free!
What Does Butterfly Meadows Smell Like?

Butterfly Meadows by Nature’s Garden is the beautiful aroma of an amazing bright and sunny summer day! This fragrance will delight you with the wonderful aroma of the fresh outdoors, beginning with top notes of refreshing verbena, soft heliotrope, and summer dandelion. It has middle notes of weeping willow trees, beautiful spring meadows, and lovely lily of the valley leading to base notes of Kentucky blue grass and sweet pea blossoms.

 

How Do Our Customers Use Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil?

Butterfly Meadows is the perfect fragrance to show how you’ve decided to break free and express yourself. This scent is sure to revitalize all of your projects and will leave all of your friends and family wondering how they can immediately capture this delightful fragrance! For all the candle makers out there, Butterfly Meadows performs perfectly in joy wax and wow wax, while also working nice and strong in soy wax. Go ahead and fill your home with this amazing scent by using it in some nice and strong aroma beads! You can also have this fragrance flow through your home by using in your own homemade incense and potpourri recipes, with a maximum usage rate of 50%!

For bath and body products, Butterfly Meadows has a maximum usage rate of 5%. Common products it can be used in are bath oils, lotions, soaps, bath gels, and perfumes. This fragrance does not have any vanillin content, which means that it should not tend to discolor any of your soaps or other bath and body products! For all of the cold process soap makers out there, our cold process results are: it does set up fast and has a moderate acceleration. Butterfly Meadows scent does also discolor cold process soap to a light pale yellow color.

 

Now I’m sure you’re dying to get your hands on this wonderful fragrance as soon as possible, but hold on! We offer many great free recipes and classes here at Nature’s Garden, and our amazing Envelope Sachet recipe is actually made with our Butterfly Meadows scent! When you type “butterfly meadows” into the search bar on our website, you will be taken right to our Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil page. On the top of the fragrance picture, you will see a little green link labeled “Recipe.” This will show you the name and picture of our Envelope Sachet recipe and is actually a direct link straight to the wonderful recipe! Enjoy these amazing products, and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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