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Sep
05

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe


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Rose Bath Bomb RecipeRose Bath Bomb Recipe

If you want to learn how to make pretty rose petal bath bombs, then this is the perfect cosmetic blog for you! The Rose Bath Bomb Recipe from Natures Garden uses real cosmetic herbs to create a beautiful bath bomb recipe that will pamper your whole body. First, the scent of the dried rose petals and the enticing Burgundy Rose Fragrance will indulge your senses in a romantic and elegant aroma. Further, the properties of the rose petals can be useful for soothing and nourishing the skin. So, this bath and body recipe is perfect for a nice, relaxing bath that can help temporarily take you away from the common stresses of life.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Burgundy Rose Fragrance OilRose Bath Bomb Recipe: Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil

Not only does this bath bomb use romantic rose petals, but this bath and body recipe continues this wonderful feeling with the aroma of our Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is pure romanticism, luxury, and culture blended to create this luxurious aroma. This scent starts with notes of fresh white floral nuances, which is enhance by the aroma of the true aroma of the red rose petals. These notes are blended with exquisite burgundy wine and warmed by precious musk and apple wood. 

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Jojoba Oil
Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil
Rose Bud and Petals Red Whole
Bentonite Clay Powder
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

Witch Hazel (in a spray bottle)
Scale
Mixing Bowls
Gloves
Mixing Spoon

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
18 grams of the Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil
3 grams of the Rose Bud and Petals Red Whole
18 grams of the Jojoba Oil

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you begin working on your rose bath bomb recipe you may want to make a few preparations. First, make sure that you have all of the ingredients and equipment that you’re going to need for this recipe. Further, you may want to clean your equipment to make sure it is ready to use. Second, you will need to clear and clean a space for you to work. This can be a table, counter top, or any surface that provides enough room to create these bath bombs. Lastly, you will want to add some witch hazel to the spray bottle, as you will need this towards the end of the bath bomb recipe.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Create the Dry Ingredient MixtureRose Bath Bomb Recipe: Create the Dry Ingredient Mixture

First, you are going to want to prepare all of the dry ingredients. So, grab one of the medium mixing bowls and a scale. You will need to weigh out 300 grams of the Citric Acid
and 600 grams of the Baking Soda. Additionally, you will need to include an herb powder. So, weigh 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder and add it to the mixture.

After all of these cosmetic ingredients are added to the bowl, you will need to mix them together well. So, you will need to use a gloved hand to blend everything together evenly. Also, make sure that you break up all the clumps that may have formed. Once everything is evenly mixed, you can set this bowl aside and move on to the next step.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Wet Ingredients

Next, you will need to prepare the wet ingredients for this recipe. So, you will need another medium mixing bowl. Then, you will need to add the cosmetic oil and the fragrance oil. First, measure 18 grams of the Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil and add it to the bowl. Then, weigh and add the 18 grams of the Jojoba Oil. After these two lovely ingredients are added to the bowl you can move on to the next step.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Combine the Wet and Dry IngredientsRose Bath Bomb Recipe: Combine the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now you are ready to combine both the wet and dry ingredient mixtures. Once you add your oils to the dry ingredients you will need to mix everything together. So, use a gloved hand to fully incorporate all of the ingredients. Again, make sure to break up any clumps that form. Once the ingredients are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture, you can set the bowl aside and move on to the next step in the process.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Herb

Next, you are going to be working with the red rose buds and petals. For this recipe we are going to add the herb to one end of the recipe and not have any rose petals mixed into the bath bomb dough mixture. Since we are going to have the rose petals in one place in the bath bomb, we are going to add this herb to the bath bomb mold first. So, you will need to put a pinch of the  dried rose buds herb into each of the six bath bomb mold halves. 

One thing to pay attention to is that the bath bomb molds have a top and a bottom. So, you will want to be sure that you choose the same side from each of your bath bomb molds, which means that they will all look the exact same. This is important to make sure that you don’t mess up the half and half appearance. Otherwise, you could end up with a bath bomb that doesn’t have any of this cosmetic herb.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Bath Bomb Mixture

Now, you are ready to prepare the bath bomb mixture for the bath bomb molds wholesale. So, you will begin spraying the mixture with your bottle of witch hazel. As you spray the mixture you will need to mix everything together with gloved hands. This will ensure that the witch hazel is being full incorporated and help prevent one area from getting sprayed too much. If you add too much of this ingredient at one time, then you can end up accidentally activating your other ingredients in the bowl. This can hinder the performance of your bath bombs so you will want to be careful and spray slowly. You will know that you can stop once the mixture reaches a certain consistency. Once the mixture gets to be the consistency of crumbly dough, you can move on to the next step.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb Molds

After, you are ready to fill your bath bomb molds. So, take the half of the molds with the rose petals. You will need to pack the dough mixture into the bath bomb tightly. Once all six of these molds are filled, you can move on to filling the other half of the mold. Again, you will need to pack the mixture into the mold very tightly. This will ensure that the ingredients stick together and that the bath bomb holds its shape after being removed from the mold. Once all the ingredients are packed into the molds, you are ready to move on to the last step in making your bath bombs.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Finishing Up the Bath Bombs

Finally, you are nearly done with your homemade bath bomb recipe. Now, you will need to combine the two halves of each bath bomb mold. So, lightly spray each half with witch hazel. One half should have the dried rosebuds in it and the other should be just white bath bomb. Then, you can press the two halves together until that mold snaps shut. Once the mold is going to stay shit, you can set the bath bomb in a place where it can set up completely. Now, you will need to repeat this step with all the bath bomb mold halves. After, you should have six bath bombs that are setting up. This part of the process can take anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks. It all depends on the humidity level that day and the typical levels of your climate.

However, you will know that your bath bombs are set up once they have completely hardened. At this point they are finally ready to use! So, you can pop the bath bombs out of the mold and use them right then for a lovely bath experience. Also, you can use you bath bomb packaging ideas to prepare them for storage. Alternatively, you can leave the bath bomb in the mold until it is ready to be used.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Rose Buds and Petals in CosmeticsRose Bath Bomb Recipe: Rose Buds and Petals in Cosmetics

Of course, one of the greatest benefits of adding this wonderful herb to your bath bomb recipe is the benefits for the body. This herb is known to have antiseptic, antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory, and even more great benefits that you can utilize in your products for skin care.

First, this cosmetic herb has been used to help promote relaxation. Also, this cosmetic herb is thought to have benefits for the skin, too. The rose petals have shown to help fight acne break outs with antibacterial properties as well as reduce redness with its anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, this cosmetic herb may be useful for moisturizing the skin and soothing dry, irritated skin.

Check out our wholesale rose petals and all the fun recipes we have created with this cosmetic herb on the Rose Buds & Petals Red page of the Natures Garden site!

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Rose Buds and Petals Medicinal

While our herbs can only be used to create cosmetics, many people will use rose petals to create an herbal tea. The rose petal tea can be used to help with treating chest, abdominal, and  menstrual pains. Also, this herb can be used to help promote healthy digestion, too. Some even say that this lovely herb can be used as a mild laxative. Plus, some have found that drinking rose tea can be useful for providing the body with a boost to the immune system. So, this herbal tea may be beneficial for keeping yourself healthy by soothing a sore throat, a cold, and the flu. Additionally, some people will use this cosmetic herb to reduce their stress and anxiety. This herb is thought to help calm your mind and promote a more positive mood.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: History of Roses

There are so many benefits for using roses throughout your life. So, it makes sense that this lovely floral herb has a large presence in history. If you want to learn a bit about different ways this botanical herb was involved in human history, then check out History of Roses from The Flower Expert.

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsRose Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

If you have any questions regarding this cosmetic recipe or any other recipes, then you can reach out to us. You can find us on the phone, in the store, and online. An easy way to find us online is through social media. We have a Facebook page. Also you can use @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only are these platforms perfect for asking us questions, but it can keep you in the loop on fun things, like brand new cosmetic recipes!

Rose Bath Bomb Recipe: Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells our herbs, like the Rose Buds and Petals, for external use only. We do not sell these cosmetic herbs as food items. The information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Aug
22

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe


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Chamomile Bath Bomb RecipeChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe

Our next wonderful bath bomb recipe is the Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe. This Natures Garden original bath fizzy recipe uses notes of a beautiful fragrance oil along with the skin loving properties of a cosmetic herb. This cosmetic herb, chamomile flowers, is a soothing ingredient that is wonderful for the skin and entire body. So, you will be able to create a simple cosmetic recipe that cares for your body and is perfect for relaxing in the tub! Just sit back, relax, and enjoy your fizzy bath bomb body product.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance OilChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil

This wonderfully herbal bath bomb is not only great for the skin but it has a lovely, feminine scent that will make you feel pretty…oh so pretty! This beautiful scent begins with notes of Italian bergamot and sparkling lemon that are sweetened with middle notes of freshly picked citron and neroli. Then, this fragrance oil finishes with notes of white floral jasmine, orange blossom and rose are blended with sheer musk and cedarwood to create an irresistible aroma for your bath and body recipe.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Macadamia Nut Oil
Amazingly Grace Fragrance Oil
Chamomile Flowers German Whole
Kaolin White Clay Powder
Chamomile Flowers German Powder
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon
Rubber Gloves

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder
18 grams of the Amazingly Grace Fragrance Oil
3 grams of the Chamomile Flowers Whole
18 grams of the Macadamia Nut Oil
5 grams of the Chamomile Flowers Powder

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Prepare

Before you begin working on this herbal bath bomb recipe, there are a few preparations that you can make to have this process to easier. First, you should gather and clean all of the equipment you need for this recipe. Also, you will want to prepare the spray bottle of witch hazel at this point. Additionally, we suggest that you clear and clean an area of space for you to work to create these bath bombs. Once all of your equipment and work space are both ready to work with, you can begin creating your Chamomile Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe!

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Measuring the Dry IngredientsChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Measuring the Dry Ingredients

First, you are going to need to prepare the dry ingredients for this recipe. So, grab a medium mixing bowl and the scale. Now, weigh 300 grams of the Citric Acid, 600 grams of the Baking Soda, and 10 grams of the Kaolin Clay Powder into this mixing bowl. After all of these ingredients are added, you will need to mix them together. So, take a gloved hand and mix these ingredients well. Be sure that you break up any clumps that you may come across. Once these ingredients have been mixed, you can set this mixture aside for the moment.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Measuring the Wet Ingredients

Next, you will be preparing some of the other ingredients for this bath bomb recipe. So, take a new mixing bowl and the scale. Now, weigh the 18 grams of the macadamia nut oil and 18 grams of the Amazingly Grace Fragrance Oil into this bowl. In the following step, you will be using these wet ingredients.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are ready to combine the wet and dry ingredients. An easy way to do this is to add the oils to your powder mixture. Once these ingredients are in the same bowl, you will need to use a gloved hand to thoroughly mix everything together. Once all the ingredients are evenly incorporated throughout the mixture and you have no clumps, you can move on to the next step.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Dividing the Mixture

Next, you will need to divide all of your mixed ingredients into two even portions. It will be easiest to keep one half in the same bowl and move the other half into the other mixing bowl that you had used previously. You will be using one of the portions in the next step and you can set aside the other portion for right now.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb PowderChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Herb Powder

First, you will take one of your portions of the bath bomb mixture and add one of the cosmetic herbs. So, take one of these portions and add in 5 grams of the Chamomile Flowers Powder. Then, you will need to mix these ingredients thoroughly with your gloved hands. Once this herb is fully incorporated, you can move on to preparing the other portion.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Bath Bomb Mixture for the Molds

Now, you will be ready to fill the first half of your bath bomb molds. Before you begin make sure that you are filling the correct half of the mold, as these molds will only fit together one way. So, you need to be careful to ensure your molds will be half and half. You will begin by spraying this portion of the mixture with witch hazel. Make sure that you mix with your hands as you spray, as this will help let you know when the dough is ready to use. Once the mixture feels like crumbly dough, you can stop spraying.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb Molds

At this point, you are ready to fill your bath bomb molds! So, take all of the bottoms of your molds and begin to fill them up. Make sure that you pack the dough into the mold tightly as you continue. This will ensure that the ingredients stick together and that the bath bomb holds its shape after being removed from the mold. After you have this portion used up, you should have about six bath bomb mold halves filled.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Whole Chamomile FlowersChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Whole Chamomile Flowers

Next, you are going to be preparing the other half of your bath bomb mixture. Now, this portion will have 3 grams of the Chamomile Flowers Whole added to the mixture. Once this herb is added, you will need to use your gloved hands to fully mix this wholesale herb into this portion. Once everything is mixed well, you can move on to filling up your bath bomb molds wholesale.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Preparing the Mixture

Now, your bath bomb mixture is nearly ready to add to the wholesale bath bomb molds. All you have left to do is spray this portion of the mixture with the bottle of witch hazel. Again, you will need to use a gloved hand to blend the bath bomb mixture as you continue to spray these ingredients. Just be careful to avoid over spraying with the witch hazel. If you spray too much, then you may end up accidentally activating the ingredients in the bowl. This means that your bath bombs may not stick together as well in the mold and they may not fizz as much in the bath tub. So, be cautious and stop spraying once the mixture has a consistency of crumbly dough.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Bath Bomb Molds

Then, you will be ready to fill the other half of the bath bomb mold. Now, we should be left with the tops of the molds to fill. So, use your gloved hands and fill up these halves of the cosmetic molds. Make sure to pack your mixture in tightly to make sure everything sticks together and holds its shape. Once you have all the molds filled, you are ready to combine the two halves!

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Mold Halves

Finally, it is time to combine the two halves of the bath bomb mold. So, you will need to pair the tops and bottoms of the bath bomb molds. First, you will need to lightly spray each half of the mold. Then, you can firmly press the halves together until the mold snaps shut. Repeat these two steps until all the bath bombs are made. Once all of your bath bombs are whole, you will need to set them in a safe place where they can set up completely. You will know that your bath bombs are ready when they have hardened up and feel solid to the touch.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Bath BombChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Bath Bomb

Now, your Chamomile bath bombs are finished! Once your bath bombs have fully hardened, they will be ready to use. At this point, you can either pop them out of the mold or leave them in the mold until you’re ready. Many people like to leave the bath bombs in the molds, as it functions as an easy method of bath bomb packaging. However, you are able to pop your bath bombs out as soon as they harden. You can either use them right them for some fizzy herbal bath bomb fun or you can wrap them with your very own packaging.

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Chamomile Flowers HerbChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Chamomile Flowers Herb

One reason why this bath bomb recipe is so wonderful is that there are skin loving bath bomb supplies included. Of course, these supplies include the chamomile herb. There are many benefits that you can gain from adding this cosmetic herb to your bath and body products. First, this cosmetic ingredient can be used in skin care recipes. This herb is thought to help soften the skin and provide a healthy glow to the skin, too. Further, many have found that this herb can be useful for healing dry, flaky skin as well as reducing stretch marks and wrinkles. Additionally, some use this herb as a natural muscle relaxer. So, chamomile may be useful for relieving inflammation, muscle stiffness, and pain.

If you are interested in learning more about this cosmetic herb, then check out our Chamomile Class!

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Chamomile Flowers Herb Medicinal

Although our own herbs are only for cosmetic use, there are some places where you can buy chamomile for making tea and cooking. This is often done to gain some of the various benefits that this herb has to offer. First, many find that Chamomile can be used to treat an upset stomach, promote restful sleep, and help aid in healthy digestion. Additionally, some use this wonderful herb to help relieve symptoms of both asthma and colds. Plus, this cosmetic herb has been found to help relieve the pain of menstrual cramps as well as certain sleep disorders. Further, some have even found that this herbal tea can be used to help kill off cancer cells.

Most commonly, people will use cosmetic grade chamomile to create tea. In fact, this cosmetic herb is often used to make sleepy time tea. Another delicious way to integrate this cosmetic herb into your own diet is Real Simple’s recipe for Lemon Chamomile Shortbread. So, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the benefits of this herb!

Chamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsChamomile Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed this wonderful bath and body recipe from Natures Garden. If you have any questions about this cosmetic recipe or anything else, then feel free to reach out to us! We are available on the phone, in the store, and online. If you are looking to talk online, then a good place to find us is on social media. We have a Facebook account. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on Twitter and Instagram. Not only is this a perfect place to ask questions, but you can use these platforms to stay up to date on our latest released recipes. We hope to hear from you soon!

Please Note: Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies sells both chamomile powder and whole dried chamomile flowers for external use only. We do not sell either chamomile as a food item. (The information we have provided above is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease or illness. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Always keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our chamomile powder and chamomile whole herb. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Feb
13

Bath Bombs For Kids


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Bath Bombs For KidsBath Bombs For Kids

As a parent, I know how difficult it can be to get some kids to take a bath. It can literally become a chore for them and for you. Even if they have the tub filled to the top with toys and bubbles, it can still be just a boring chore for them. And while there isn’t anything wrong with bubbles in the bathtub they can also be boring. How about livening up bath time with a fun bath bomb just for kids? Nature’s Garden has created some Bath Bombs for Kids that will surely make bath time a lot less boring and a lot more fun!

The ingredients used in most of the bath bombs are baking soda: a natural deodorizer that helps keep your skin soft and smooth. Citric acid: this ingredient puts the fizz in any bath bomb recipe and also helps the bath bomb produce foam. Each bath bomb has a different oil used that will help keep little one’s skin soft and hydrated after the fun is over.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Camouflage Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Camouflage Bath Bomb

Bath bombs don’t have to be all girly! This Camouflage Bath Bomb will be a big hit with little boys right off the bat! The cool camo colors of green, tan, brown and black will catch any little boy’s eye right off.  We’ve chosen Deadly Weapon fragrance oil to turn this kid bomb into a big kid bomb! It has a rugged, masculine scent of spice and leather. Tucked inside the bath bomb, though, is a neat little army guy that will appear when the bath bomb has completely dissolved! How neat would these be to create these as a party favor or to just make for any little man in your life?

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Muddy Pig Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Muddy Pig Bath Bomb

Muddy Pig Bath Bomb is a totally cute way for kids to jump in the tub to get themselves clean! It’s a bright pink ball with brown, muddy spots all over it, but what’s inside is what gives this bath bomb its name! A tiny, pink toy pig is hiding in the middle, waiting for bath time to be over! We’ve used baking soda, citric acid and apricot kernel oil to keep your little one’s skin soft and smooth. Butterfly Flower fragrance oil is what we chose for this bomb. A light, green floral bouquet with a touch of tang! It’s the perfect scent for any little kid wanting to get clean.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Cow Pie Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Cow Pie Bath Bomb

Cow Pies don’t sound like a good way to get clean! Well, of course, it’s not THAT kind of Cow Pie, but a Cow Pie Bath Bomb! Using the base mix of baking soda, citric acid and apricot kernel oil, your little cowboy or cowgirl will have soft, squeaky clean skin when it’s all said and done. And to keep them in the bath without getting bored a surprise awaits them when the bath bomb has fizzled itself out! A tiny little cow that can hang out in the bathtub with them while they bathe! We chose the fragrance oil Hayride to compliment this farm-inspired bath bomb. A sweet balsam and cedar wood scent to remind you of time spent outdoors!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Superman Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Superman Bath Fizzies

Not all bath bombs have to be round in shape. You can mold them into anything or any shape you want! For our Superman Bath Fizzies, we used a mini ice cream scoop and don’t they look just like scoops of Superman Ice Cream? Make sure your kiddos aren’t tempted to take a nibble! With their bright colors of blue, red and yellow they are definitely eye catching! And as they fizzle away in the bathtub, you can smell our Strawberry Soda Pop fragrance oil, that reminds you of fizzy bubbles, strawberries and sugar! This bath fizzie will make bath time a sweet experience!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Dinosaur Egg Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb

I don’t know too many little boys who are not fascinated at some point with dinosaurs. They’re amazing creatures of the past that make some of us happy that they no longer exist. So if you have a little boy or even a little girl that loves dinosaurs, this Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb would be a perfect bath time treat for them. On the outside, it looks like a dinosaur egg, and each layer reveals a new color as it melts away in the bath water until out pops a baby dinosaur that was waiting to hatch! The fun part is not knowing what kind of dinosaur is hiding inside. Kids can have fun guessing which type of dinosaur will appear before the bath ends! To help give this bath bomb a tropical feel, we chose Bermuda Triangle fragrance oil. An excellent fruity blend of melons and citrus fruit with the sweet tang of McIntosh apples!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Fish Toy Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Fish Toy Bath Bomb

Here’s another fun, hidden toy bath bomb that reminds you of the sea! With it’s bright, neon blue color and candy fish sprinkles on top, this Fish Toy Bath Bomb is a perfect addition to any kid’s bath time! Scented with Mermaid Kisses fragrance oil, your bathroom will smell like a soft, floral underwater playground. When the bath bomb has fizzled out, what kind of surprise is going to pop out? What kind of fish? You’ll have to wait until bath time over to see!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Tree Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Christmas Tree Bath Bomb

I bet you didn’t think taking a bath at Christmas time could be festive. Well, it can! Not only are these cute Christmas Tree bath bombs fun to have for the kids to use but they would make adorable little stocking stuffers or even a cute addition to a soap and lotion gift basket creation. You can even decorate these bath bombs with some round candy sprinkles for ornaments. We’ve chosen our Kringleberry fragrance oil that has a Christmas-y aroma of spiced oranges, apples and evergreen.

 

Bath bombs for Kids Cotton Candy Bath BombBath bombs for Kids Cotton Candy Bath Bomb

These fun bath bombs don’t have to be just for the kids. They don’t need to know that mom used one when she was soaking off some stress in a nice hot bath! These Cotton Candy bath bombs are perfect for kids or adults! So simple to make and the Cotton Candy fragrance oil that smells of strawberry and vanilla will fill your bathroom and leave it smelling like a carnival!

 

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Peeps Bunny Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Peeps Bunny Bath Bomb

Now, these peeps are for bathing and not eating! They truly look like the marshmallow treat so warn your kiddos to not take a nibble. To give these Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs an even more realistic appearance, we’ve covered them in sugar to give them the feel of the popular Easter snack! The sugar also makes a nice, natural exfoliate to help keep the skin soft and smooth. We have chosen our Honey Almond fragrance oil that is a delicate, sweet scent of almonds, vanilla and honey.                                                                                              This is a very nice scent for kids.

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Snakes in the Grass Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Snakes in the Grass Bath Fizzies

This looks almost too cute to use, but if your kid is frustrating about taking baths, bribe them with this fun bath fizzy! Snakes in the Grass Bath Fizzies do not look like your typical bath bomb, but that’s okay! You get the same reaction in your bath water just like you would with a regular bath bomb. We got creative using Hawaiian Black Salt for the dirt and little white candy ball sprinkles added in to make it look more like potting soil! Hawaiian Black Salt also makes a wonderful exfoliator that is both gentle and beneficial to the skin! Even kids’ tender skin! The fragrance oil we chose was Mr. Pepper MD which smells incredibly similar to the always popular soda pop, Dr. Pepper. When it’s bath time, scoop a spoonful of bath fizzy into the water and let the kids soak away! Toss in one of the little, plastic snakes for the kids to play with and when bath time’s over, dry off Mr. Snake and poke him back into the jar!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Sugar Plum Bath BombBath Bombs for Kids Sugar Plum Bath Bomb

Here we have one of our newest recipes, our Sugar Plum Bath Bomb! A perfect way to get any little girl to have some tub time! It’s perfectly purple with a little sparkle added to it from diamond dust mica and of course the fragrance oil that inspired it, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. A sweet and spicy blend of plums, cherries, cinnamon and clove! This recipe, however, differs slightly than the others. In addition to baking soda, citric acid and a cosmetic oil, we have incorporated Sodium Cocyl Isethionate or SCI. This ingredient is popular in bubble bars, bath bombs and in shampoos. It is a gentle foaming agent. So, not only will this bath bomb leave your skin soft and silky, it will perform a fizzing and foaming dance in your bath tub!

 

Bath Bomb for Kids Galaxy Bubble BarsBath Bomb for Kids Galaxy Bubble Bars

This is a fun recipe for young ones and tweens! With the addition of bright neon FUN Soap Colorants and the sparkle of diamond dust, your kids bath time will leave their skin soft with a touch of sparkle!  While it is actually a bubble bar, we thought it was worth mentioning. We’ve used Sodium Cocyl Isethionate, or SCI, in this recipe that let’s your Galaxy Bubble Bar give off some foam for that “bubble” action. We chose Grape Happy Camper Fragrance oil for this recipe that is a sweet, juicy grape scent that will remind you a popular hard candy that you enjoyed as a child!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Monster Bath CookiesBath Bombs for Kids Monster Bath Cookies

These Monster Bath Cookies may look like a Halloween sweet treat but try not to let the kids take a nibble! We’ve used cocoa butter in this recipe that will leave the skin soft and nourished. We’ve also used Epsom salts that is very beneficial to the skin, young or old. With some fun edible eyeballs peeking out of the green cookie, your kids will have a blast watching this cookie fizzle and bubble away at bath time! We also used our Magic Potion fragrance oil that gives this bath cookie an extra Halloween boost! It is a fruity blend of peaches, grapes and plums with a touch of rose!

 

 Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Bath Cookies Bath Bombs for Kids Christmas Bath Cookies

How about setting out a plate of these Christmas Bath Cookies out, but not for Santa! Display these bath treats in your bathroom to use during the holiday season! They look so much like Christmas cookies that you may have to put a warning label on them to not consume! These bath cookies have a couple of extra touches added to give you more than a bath bomb! The cookie part is the bath bomb part and the frosting on the cookie is a mixture of whipped soap base and coco butter melt and pour soap! Kind of like you can have your cake and eat it to! You can have a bath bomb and get clean, soft skin also! Of course, this bath treat smells amazing since we used our Christmas Cookies fragrance oil! A true bakery scent of vanilla and buttery cookie!

 

Bath Bombs for Kids Easter Egg Bath FizziesBath Bombs for Kids Easter Egg Bath Fizzies

Now wouldn’t these Easter Egg Bath Fizzies would make a cute addition to a basket full of the Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs? These eggs are made with your basic bath bomb ingredients of baking soda and citric acid, and are super easy to make! To create the egg shape you will use fillable plastic Easter eggs as your mold and some pretty FUN Soap Colorants. Before you know it you will have 10 fizzy eggs made in no time at all! We chose our Jelly Bean fragrance oil that has an amazing cherry scent with a touch of vanilla and musk! These eggs, along with the Bunny Peeps would also make a cute little gift bag to add to a child’s Easter basket!

So there you go! If your tired of bath time being a chore for your little one, or are just looking to expand your children’s line of products,  these bath bombs for kids are a fun way to go! We hope we have helped inspired you with some of these fun recipes that are truly simple to make. Have fun creating!

Jun
08

Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil


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Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance OilGingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil is a Natures Garden scent that is strong and delicious. This spicy ginger aroma smells good on its own or mixed with other great scents. Whether you’re making candles, bath bombs, lotions, tarts, or room sprays, this ginger fragrance oil will not let you down.  Are you ready to add a little spice to your life? Well then give Gingersnap Cookies scent a try for you homemade craft recipes!

What Does Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh, crisp, ginger cookie aroma with just the right amount of bakery base notes.  The scent throw is simply amazing in candles and bath products!

How Do Our Customers Use Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil?

Our customers are able to create a variety of room scents with Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil. Any potpourri and incense products can use up to 50% of this scent. Additionally, this fragrance oil well perform nice and strong in aroma beads. While there are many room scents that can be created, this fragrance oil is not able to be used in gel wax due to incompatibility.

Homemade candle makers can include this fragrance oil in their own candle and tart recipes. The candle products that are made with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this bakery scent. Joy wax and wow wax will both produce perfectly scented candles and wax melts using this aroma. Also, this scent will perform nice and strong in soy wax. If your want to color your candle creations, then we suggest using five drops of red liquid candle dye along with two drops of brown liquid candle dye. Alternatively, you could use a small amount of shredded red color block and brown color block per four pounds of wax. Just remember not to ever use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Those of our customers who enjoy creating bath and body products are able to use this cookie fragrance in their recipes. The bath oils and bath gels can use up to 5% of this fragrance oil. Perfumes will perform perfectly for this fragrance. These perfumes as well as lotions both should be used at no more than 5% for this scent. Also, any cleaning products can be created using 5% of this scent. Our customers who wish to make melt and pour or cold process soap can use this fragrance oil. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results revealed that this fragrance oil soaps very well! Not only was this fragrance a perfect pour, but the fragrance in the final product was noted as being a strong gingerbread scent. The batch will have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. While the final bar will discolor to a tan color, there is a vanillin content of 0%. This means that vanilla white stabilizer will be unable to remove this sort of discoloration.  The discoloration is likely caused from other ingredients in the fragrance oil.  If you want to color any of your bath and body products, then we suggest using red and brown liquid soap dye in the amount you desire.  Never use candle dye in any body products.

Gingersnap Cookies Fragrance Oil Bath BombsAdditionally, we at Natures Garden have created another bath and body product recipe that utilizes this fragrance oil. This recipe is called Gingersnap Cookies Bath Bomb Recipe and it is perfect recipe to make scented bath fizzies!

 

Nov
20

Bentonite Clay


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bentonite clayBentonite Clay

Hello everybody! Is your house all decorated for Christmas yet? Are you ready for the holiday season to arrive? Well, it is just around the corner! Yes, it is almost time for Santa to come and to open all those wonderful presents around the tree! I’m sure Santa is getting all of his reindeer ready for their famous night as we speak! It’s time for Christmas caroling and delicious Christmas cookies, and time to celebrate the day of Jesus’ birth! Are you still looking for some awesome cool gifts or projects to give all of your loved ones for the holidays? Well, have you ever tried anything with cosmetic clay before? Bentonite clay to be specific. If you haven’t, you should definitely get on that! We also have many fantastic free recipes made with Bentonite clay that would make the perfect and unique Christmas gift!

Bentonite clay is a naturally forming impure absorbent aluminum phyllosilicate clay that contains high amounts of sodium. In 2011, the United States was the top producer world wide for Bentonite clay. Bentonite clay was named in 1898 by Wilbur C. Wright after the Cretaceous Benton Shale that is near the city of River Rock, Wyoming. It is often referred to as Montmorillonite and is one of the most powerful and effective healing clays on the Earth. It is normally a grayish or beige color, but turns an olive color when water is added to it.

There are many different cosmetic and bath and body products that can include Bentonite clay. Common products it can be used in are bath bombs, lotions, soaps, and face masks. Since it is one of the most effective and powerful clays in the world, it has countless health and medicinal benefits. Bentonite clay can be used as a treatment for many conditions such as diarrhea, colitis, anemia, ulcers, cataracts, arthritis, and many food allergies and parasites. It has many skin care benefits such as cleaning impurities, removing oils, and softening the skin. It helps with many irritations like burns, cuts, and even insect bites. Bentonite clay even helps to relieve the itching caused by chicken pox, many rashes, eczema, and psoriasis. Pregnant women can use bentonite clay to help ward off morning sickness. Your teeth can even benefit from the use of bentonite clay. It whitens them and provides them with many essential minerals. When used in baby powder, the clay helps with the problems caused by infection and reduces redness.

Make sure to check out all of our awesome free recipes made with Bentonite clay! We have our Hatching Dinosaur Egg Bath Bombs recipe, our Whipped Shaving Cream recipe, our Fish Toy Bath Bomb recipe, our Cold Process Shaving Cream recipe, and our Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs! They are all wonderful recipes that would be the perfect gift for all of your friends, family and even your customers for this Christmas season! Don’t pass up on this awesome product, try it out as soon as you can! Just type “bento” into the search bar on our site and it will take you directly to our Bentonite Clay Powder page! On top of the picture is a green box labeled “Recipe” that shows the names and pictures of the free recipes. Those pictures will link to those recipes! Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions, concerns, or thoughts, and make sure to watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Nov
05

Uses for Sage


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Hello everyone! Are you into crafting or making new projects? Are you just looking for something new to try or maybe a new product to intrigue your customers with? Have you ever used sage in any of your products? If you haven’t, you need to get on that! Sage is such an awesome product, and there are so many different species and uses for sage! Sage can be used for so many different products and industries like soaping, bath and body products, skin care, hair, cosmetics, medicinal purposes, and even foods and beverages! White sage was even used by the Native Americans for smudging ceremonies to cleanse people of negative energies, relax the body and clear the mind!

There are so many different uses for sage. It can be used in many different bath and body products such as lotions, creams, ointments, eye pillows, bath bombs, scrubs, bath teas, facial masks, incense, and shampoos and conditioners. When used in these products, it bring many skin care benefits like making the skin look lighter and younger, treating cold sores, stimulating new cell growth, improving blood circulation, reducing redness and treating signs of aging. It is also great for hair care because it stops hair loss, stops premature graying, and it bring better blood flow to the scalp. When used for soaping, sage relieves itchy skin and works as an astringent. Sage is also a natural disinfectant and deodorizer. It helps to eliminate body odor and dry up perspiration. It also helps to reduce overproduction of saliva.

When used for all of its medicinal purposes, the many species of sage have many different benefits. Lyreleaf sage for example is used to treat colds, coughs, and diarrhea while scarlet sage is used to treat diabetes. Hummingbird sage is used as a sedative and baby sage can treat fevers. Pineapple sage has been used as an antidepressant, has anti anxiety properties, and helps to lower blood pressure. Common sage, or otherwise known as kitchen sage is great for women. It helps to treat the pain caused by menstrual cramps, regulate blood flow, and reduce menopausal hot flashes. However pregnant women should avoid it as it stimulates the muscles of the uterus and could cause a miscarriage.

There are even uses for sage for culinary purposes! Sage tea is great for relieving the itching caused by poison ivy and sage is also used in pork casserole, Derby cheese, and Lincolnshire sausages! Are you wondering how to get this awesome product? Well just type “sage” into the search bar on our site and it will show you many different options including our Sage Smudge Incense Wand, our Cut and Sifted Sage Leaves, and our Whole Leaves of White Sage. It will also show you some of our great free recipes like our Lavender Sage Bath Bombs or our Blackberry Sage Soap recipe! Make sure to try out all of these amazing products! Did you know you can even freeze sage and use it in ice cubes? How much more amazing can this product get? Make sure to try it as soon as you can! Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any thoughts or questions you may have, and make sure to watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Oct
24

Epsom Salt


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epsom saltEpsom Salt

Hey everyone! Are you adventurous? Do you love to experiment with different ingredients for your products? Or are you an experienced crafter? Have you used Epsom salts? Do you like to? Epsom salt has many many benefits for many different products and industries! It is great for bath and body products, hair care, skin care, gardening, and cleaning products. It also has many medicinal purposes! This awesome product is something you just have to try! Fun fact! Did you know that besides all of those wonderful purposes, it can also even be used in processing beer? It promotes a desired flavor profile by adjusting the ion content of the brewing water and enhancing the enzyme action!

Epsom salt, or also known as magnesium sulfate or epsomite, is a naturally occurring mineral made of magnesium, sulfur, and oxygen. While it is naturally occurring, it can also be made by neutralizing sulfuric acid with oxide or magnesium carbonate. Epsom salt can be used for many cleaning purposes. It can be mixed with liquid dish detergent and used to clean bathroom tiles. When sprinkled near entry ways, it helps to prevent slugs and burned food can be removed from pots and pans when they are scrubbed with Epsom salt. It also helps to break up detergent build up in washing machines when mixed with water.

There are many bath and body products that can use Epsom salts as well. As a bath salt, it helps to soothe muscles and relieve stress. Do you suffer from dry lips? Epsom salt can help by removing the dead and dry skin and making the lips look healthier and fuller. It has many anti-inflammatory problems as well. Athletes use it in ice baths to help with inflammation. Epsom salt has many skin benefits as well. It is a great exfoliator, helps to smooth rough patches, and it prevents wrinkles. It is also a great treatment for sun burns, acne, and blackheads. It also can give the hair more volume!

Ready for many of the fantastic medicinal benefits? Epsom salt is very rich in magnesium which regulates enzymes, boosts moods, controls energy production, and it eliminates toxins from the body. It is also rich in sulfates which help to form joint proteins, brain tissue, and proteins that line the walls of the digestive tract. Epsom salt can help to protect the heart by lowering blood pressure, preventing arteries from hardening, reducing blood clots, improving circulation, and reducing irregular heartbeats. Splinters can even be removed from the body using Epsom salt! For pregnant women, it helps to treat preterm labor, edema, and pre-eclampsia. Celebrity trainers even recommend it for celebrities to lose weight faster! But please don’t take this blog as medical advice, we only sell epsom salt for external purposes! Always check with a doctor before using anything in place of medical treatment!

These are just a few of the many ways to use Epsom salt! Check out our free Epsom salt class to learn about many more! The easiest way to find this awesome product on our site is by typing “Epsom salt” into the search bar. That will take you directly to a page that offers our Epsom salt, bulk Epsom salt, and the free class! We also offer some great free recipes made with Epsom salt like our Refreshing Foot Soak, our Monster Bath Cookies, or even our Snake in the Grass bath fizzie! Please contact us with any concerns or questions you have, and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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