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Mar
19

Facial Mask for Acne Recipe


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Facial Mask for Acne RecipeFacial Mask for Acne Recipe

Is your face full of acne, and it’s getting on your last nerve to have to see it every day? No need to fret, this facial mask for acne recipe from Nature’s Garden is a natural solution to your problem. All you have to do is make this easy recipe from simple ingredients, then apply it to your face and let the magic happen. Tea Tree Australian Essential Oil is an important ingredient used in this recipe that is used to treat acne. On top of the tea tree oil, there are several natural powders that are wonderful to use for your skin. Plus, if you are looking to make this recipe to sell, then it’s easy to package and sell to your clients. Give this recipe a try, and see how smooth and natural your skin can feel again.

 

Ingredients Found at Natures Garden:
Rhassoul Clay Powder
Pomegranate Fruit Powder
Papaya Leaf Powder
Calendula Flowers Powder
Green Tea Powder
VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
Tea Tree Australian Essential Oil
VEGETABLE GLYCERIN
Disposable Pipettes
1 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White Ribbed Lids 20/410
4 oz. Clear PET Jars
White Straight Lid Smooth 58/400

 

Other Ingredients & Equipment You’ll Need: 
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Stovetop
Pots (for double boiler)
Scale

 

Total Recipe Amounts:
48 grams Pomegranate Fruit Powder
448 grams Rhassoul Clay Powder
48 grams Papaya Leaf Powder
48 grams Green Tea Powder
64 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
48 drops Vitamin E Oil
48 grams Calendula Flowers Powder
24 grams Vegetable Glycerin

 

Benefits of Using a Facial Mask on your Skin

Using a facial mask on your skin can provide many benefits for the health of your skin. When you apply this substance to your face, it starts acting right away to pull harmful oils from your face. When you do this, the ingredients whether they be clays, enzymes, or charcoals; penetrate deep into your skin over time. You should know what kinds of skin issues you have before picking a face mask that will work for you. For example, if you have acne or harmful bacteria in your skin, then use Activated Charcoal to draw it out of your skin. You could also go the route of using sheet masks for sensitive skin, and will leave your skin feeling smooth.

Benefits of Using Calendula Flowers in your CosmeticsBenefits of Using Calendula Flowers in your Cosmetics

Calendula Flowers have been known to reduce muscle spasms and reduce fever symptoms in most people. When used in cosmetics, these flowers have been known to reduce inflammation and acne. You can also use these flowers in soap making recipes and lotion recipes. If you also have any burns, you can use soap that is made with Calendula to relieve the symptoms of the burn on your skin. A fun fact about Calendula is that it can also naturally color soap as well. So, if you don’t want to always have to stick to using soap colorant, then you can try this alternative out for yourself. So, if in the near future you are ever wanting to make a homemade DIY project that provides a lot of benefits for your body, then try using Calendula for yourself, and see how amazing you feel afterward.

Before you start making this Facial Mask for Acne Recipe, you want to clean and sanitize your work area. When you are making this recipe, it is recommended that you wear protective clothing, gloves, and a hair net. Working with a bunch of powders, it may also be in your best interest to want to wear a face mask . 

Setting Up and Weighing out the Dry IngredientsSetting Up and Weighing out the Dry Ingredients

Grab a medium sized mixing bowl, and set it on the scale. Tare out the weight of the mixing bowl on the scale to zero grams. You want to weigh out the pomegranate fruit, papaya leaf, calendula flowers, and green tea powders. The order that you weigh these powders doesn’t matter.

Mixing the Dry Ingredients TogetherMixing the Dry Ingredients Together

After adding the previous powders, you then want to add 448 grams of the Rhassoul Clay Powder.  After adding the last powder, you want to mix all of the powders around in the bowl until they are evenly dispersed. If you don’t evenly disperse them, you may not get the full effect of the facial mask all around your face. There are two ways you can mix these. First, you could put on some gloves, and move the powders around with your hands until they are fully dispersed among each other. When you do this, it doesn’t hurt to take your fingers and break up any clumps in the powder. Second, you could take a fork or spoon, and sift through the powders. 

Adding and Mixing the Wet Ingredients into the PowderAdding and Mixing the Wet Ingredients into the Powder

After mixing all of the dry ingredients in the mixing bowl, the next step is to add in the wet ingredients. The first wet ingredient to add to the facial mask mixture is the Vitamin E Oil. Vitamin E Oil is a natural oil that can protect your skin against sunburn damage, and can also be used to counteract inflammation. Use the disposable pipette to add the oil into the mixture. You want to fill up the pipette with the oil, then add 48 drops of the vitamin e oil to the dry mixture. Afterward, you want to dispose of the pipette and get a new one. With the new pipette, fill it with tea tree essential oil. You want to add 64 drops of the tea tree essential oil to the mixture. 

Packaging the Dry Ingredients

When the oils are added to the mixture, thoroughly mix the ingredients together. You want to make sure that there are no clumps leftover in the mixture when you are done mixing it. Like before, it may also help to put on gloves, and go through with your hands afterward and break apart any clumps. The mixture should still be a powdery substance when you are done mixing. Now that the powdered portion is finished, scoop the mixture in the bowl into the four ounce jars. Then, you can close the lids on the jars. You should place a lid on each of the jars as you finish filling them. The lids should easily go on. If you notice that you’re trying to force the lid, remove a little bit of the facial mask mixture, and try again.

Packaging the Vegetable Glycerin

Next, you want to prepare seven 1 oz clear bullet bottles. When preparing these bottles, it wouldn’t hurt to put some decent space in between them to avoid knocking one of them over. In each of these bottles, you want to add 24 grams of vegetable glycerin. You can do this by placing each bullet bottle on a scale, and tare it out to zero. Then after taring the bullet bottle, you can fill up a new disposable pipette with vegetable glycerin and add it to the bottle. When all the bottles are properly filled, you want to place a white ribbed lid on each of the bottles. You should tightly secure the lids on the bottles. This will eliminate the possibility of any leaks.

Using the Facial Mask for Acne Recipe

Now that all of the ingredients are completely made, the next step is to use the facial mask. Before using the face mask, make sure to clean up your work area when you are done, as there are a lot of products that were used that could’ve gotten everywhere. To use the facial mask, you want to first get a small mixing bowl. In this small mixing bowl, you want to add one tablespoon of powder, two tablespoons of water, and about 1/2 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin. After adding these ingredients in the bowl, mix them well to get a complete consistency. After you are done mixing these ingredients together, the facial mask is ready to use and apply to your face.

A Side Note for this Recipe

As a side note, here at Nature’s Garden we choose to package the powder separately from the Vegetable Glycerin in our facial mask for acne recipe. Since we don’t have to create the mask with water, this will eliminate the need to add a preservative to it. The reason behind this is that microorganisms and bacteria thrive and live in water induced environments. To eliminate this threat when packaging the face masks, we use vegetable glycerin packaged separately instead, so preservatives aren’t needed. You customers can then mix up the facial masks as needed. This efficient solution will allow your customer to interact more with how they want their facial masks. They can add more water if they would like a thinner mask and less water to make a thicker consistency You can make about 8 facial masks from each of the 4 oz jars. 

We hope that you enjoy your facial mask recipe, and all of the benefits that come along with using it. This recipe cuts deep into the skin, and as you can see it uses a lot of different powders. This recipe will absorb a lot of those harmful oils that cause acne on your face. The facial mask will also leave behind smooth skin where it was applied. This face mask will clear the skin on your face and have you looking fresh again.

Other Uses for Tea Tree Essential OilOther Uses for Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Essential Oil is a natural oil that is used in this facial mask for acne recipe, and there are many other uses for it besides for acne relief. This article called “How Does Tea Tree Oil Help the Skin?” goes in depth about different uses for this natural remedy. Tea Tree Oil is also a great natural oil to use on your hair and nails. If you ever have issues with dry, itchy skin, Tea Tree Oil on it to alleviate the itchiness. It is also known that Tea Tree Oil can be used to expedite the time that it takes wounds to heal. When you use it, make sure to add a drop of Tea Tree Oil to a wound healing ointment, and apply that directly to the cut. Tea Tree Oil can also be used to aid in hair growth.

 

Nature’s Garden does not hold any responsibility for the performance of any recipes provided on our website. Testing is completely on you, and is your responsibility. It is also up to you to follow the FDA regulations when making these recipes. If there are any ingredients that you come across on any of our recipes that we don’t sell, then we will not offer any advice on where to find such ingredients. It is up to you to find these ingredients on your own. 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.

Mar
04

Face Mask for Scars Recipe


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Face Mask for Scars RecipeFace Mask for Scars Recipe

Have you been struggling with old acne scars? There are some methods out there that help with old scars that have been left on the skin. Something that may be able to help is our face mask for scars recipe. This is a brand new facial mask that we at Natures Garden just recently created. Acne scars can be such a pain to recover from and get rid of. We care about all types of skin and all of the different skin conditions. So, we believe that there should be products out there to help with these types of skin issues. We hope that this face mask for scars recipe can be of some help to customers just like you!

Ingredients Found at Natures Garden:

Bentonite Clay Powder
Marshmallow Root Powder
Slippery Elm Bark Powder
Olive Leaf Powder
Aloe Vera Leaf Powder
VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
Geranium Essential Oil
VEGETABLE GLYCERIN
Disposable Pipettes
1 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottle
White Ribbed Lids 20/410
4 oz. Clear PET Jars
White Straight Lid Smooth 58/400

Other Ingredients and Equipment You Will Need:

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Scale

Total Recipe Amounts:

48 grams Marshmallow Root Powder
48 grams Slippery Elm Bark Powder
448 grams Bentonite Clay Powder

48 grams Olive Leaf Powder
48 grams Aloe Vera Leaf Powder
64 drops Geranium Essential Oil
48 drops Vitamin E Oil
84 grams Vegetable Glycerin

Clean and sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials. We suggest that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while preparing this recipe. 

Background on the Powders for the RecipeBackground on the Powders for the Recipe

We think that is important to know the reasons behind the powders we chose to use for this specific recipe. All herbal powders, herbs, flowers, etc. possess different qualities and properties. Some are better than others depending on the recipe you are making and what you want to use it for. For example, if you are trying to find products that will help reduce the size of your pores and will moisten your skin, then red Moroccan clay is going to be a great choice to incorporate into your recipe(s). We chose these ingredients carefully and according to specific skin issues. As you know, this one is for scarring.

Bentonite Clay PowderBentonite Clay Powder:

This clay powder originally comes in light grey and beige tones. When water is added to it, however, it turns into an olive colored green shade. Bentonite clay contributes some smoothness to cosmetic formulas when they are applied to the face and skin. It also helps clear impurities in the skin when added into products like this face mask. There are many other bath and body recipes that it performs fabulously in, such as shaving soap, cold process soap, lotions, and bath bombs. Some of the products we have created using it are the freshly ground coffee bath bombs and the Easter egg bath fizzies.

Marshmallow Root PowderMarshmallow Root Powder:

This type of powder is most commonly used for helping wounds to heal, reducing swelling, and for its ability to soothe and soften the skin. It is a good powder to add to products made for people with dry skin. Its ability to moisturize the surfaces will be helpful in recipes like lotion. Marshmallow root powder is also commonly added to bath tea, facial and body scrubs, creams, ointments, as well as bath bombs, hair products, and even toothpaste.

Slippery Elm Bark PowderSlippery Elm Bark Powder:

The next powder, slippery elm bark, is one of the ingredients from Essiac Tea. This is a blend of multiple herbs, including Indian rhubarb, burdock root, and some others that boost the immune system. It also helps to reduce redness and helps to soothe the skin. Slippery elm can also be used for medical benefits as well, such as an upset stomach, a sore throat, and for treating burns, scrapes, etc. This is added to hair products, soap, bath bombs, scrubs, and of course, facial masks like this one.

Olive Leaf PowderOlive Leaf Powder:

Our olive leaf powder originates from Albania and it has many beneficial properties to it. There are plenty of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals in it. This powder can also help wounds to heal. These facts make it a great addition to many naturally homemade cosmetics. Some of them are bath teas, creams, lotions, facial toners, and massage oils. Olive powder can be added to facial masks to improve cell regeneration and to moisturize the skin. Another benefit of this powder is that it can be used as a natural green colorant to your cosmetic products. Adding more or less can alter the color and give you what you the one you are looking for. To see this powder in a different recipe, check out our floating Noah’s Ark soap recipe!

Aloe Vera Leaf PowderAloe Vera Leaf Powder:

Finally, we have our aloe vera leaf powder, which originates in Mexico. This is well known for its properties and abilities to heal skin. Since it has salicylates in it, this powder can really relieve pain. The aloe vera plant also contains healing powers with the gel inside. This is used for skin that is inflamed, irritated, or sunburned. This contains vitamin C, some minerals, and many antioxidants as well. Many recipes can be made with this powder, including bath bombs, cold process soap, bath salts, and shampoo. Some of the ones we have made are a pampered foot scrub and a sunburn relief bath tea recipe.

Add in the Bentonite Clay PowderAdd in the Bentonite Clay Powder

Now that all of you are more aware of the purposes behind choosing each of these herbal powders for this recipe, we can dive right into it. To begin, you will need to get a medium mixing bowl and a scale for weighing the powders out. We will start the recipe by measuring out 448 grams of the bentonite clay powder in the mixing bowl. 

Mix in the Other PowdersMix in the Other Powders

Next, get the rest of the dry powder ingredients ready to incorporate. We will weigh each of them out separately, however, the particular order does not matter since they will all be mixed together anyway. We started out with the marshmallow root powder, then added in the slippery elm bark powder, the olive leaf powder, and lastly, the aloe vera leaf powder.

Break Up the ClumpsBreak Up the Clumps

Once they are all in the mixing bowl, use your hands, with gloves on, to fully mix the ingredients and to break up any clumps in the mixture. You could also take a spoon to stir the powders, but we find it easier to use our hands in order to get all of the clumps out.

Integrate the Vitamin E Oil into the MixtureIntegrate the Vitamin E Oil into the Mixture

Now, take a disposable pipette and dip it into your bottle of vitamin e oil. Add 48 drops of this to the mixing bowl with the powder mixture. The vitamin e oil that we sell at Natures Garden is in its purest form, coming only from plant sources. Several cosmetic recipes have vitamin e oil listed as an ingredient. This is because it helps prevent the oils in the recipes from oxidizing, which would result in a rancid smell and change of color to brown. This is an antioxidant and is strictly to be used to prevent discoloration and products from becoming rancid. It is not meant to be used as a preservative, since that is not what this product is. Vitamin e oil will not kill bacteria in your projects unlike a true preservative would. 

Incorporate the Geranium Essential OilIncorporate the Geranium Essential Oil

Then, for the next step, use a different disposable pipette. Dip it into the geranium essential oil and add 64 drops of it to the same bowl. Geranium essential oil comes from the leaves and flowers of the plant pelargonium graveolens. It could also possibly provide several health benefits for conditions such as acne or irritations and infections of the skin. Since it is often used as aromatherapy, it has been said to help relieve anxiety, stress, and even depression. Other types of cosmetic recipes that it is commonly used in are room sprays, massage oils, and added to baths for relaxation.

Mix the Ingredients Together

At this point, everything should be in the bowl, including the bentonite clay, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark, olive leaf, aloe vera leaf, vitamin e oil, and the geranium essential oil. For this last step, take either a spatula or a spoon and mix all of these ingredients together from the mixture.

Fill Each of the Jars UpFill Each of the Jars Up

Once you have stirred everything together thoroughly, your powdered portion will be finished! Grab your four ounce clear jars to put your new face masks into! Take a spoon and scoop the powder into all seven of the jars until they are filled up and place a lid solidly on each one of them.

Make Up the Bottles of Vegetable GlycerinMake Up the Bottles of Vegetable Glycerin

Next, get all of your 1 oz. clear bullet bottles prepared and ready. You will also need your scale again for this step. Once you have them, fill all seven of them with 12 grams of the vegetable glycerin. After doing that, place a white ribbed lid tightly on each of the bottles.

Using the Facial Mask

Now, you might be wondering how you are going to actually apply this face mask. When you are ready, you will need to get a small mixing bowl out. You can start by scooping out a tablespoon of the powder mixture, two tablespoons of water, and about 1/2 teaspoon of the vegetable glycerin. Mix all of this together. 

Note: We did not add water to our facial mask, which means adding a preservative is not necessary. By packing the powder portion separately from the vegetable glycerin, it allows you to create a quicker product for your customers. Each one of the seven jars will make up approximately 8 facial masks.

We hope that you enjoyed learning about and creating our new face mask for scars recipe!

Ways to Keep Your Skin Young and Fresh

This blog for professional beauty tips gives helpful information for keeping skin looking young and beautiful. We thought that this goes along with these facial mask recipes for making and keeping skin looking great. They mention that skin discoloration and acne break outs can usually be avoided by tips like taking makeup off. Leaving makeup on while sleeping can lead to clogged pores, which is never a good thing for your skin. Protecting your skin is another big tip they offer. Wearing sunscreen can help to avoid wrinkles from developing as well as unhealthy skin conditions. Another big thing for keeping healthy looking skin is related to diet. Getting necessary nutrients is essential to having clear and glowing skin all over your body. If you would like to learn some of these tips and implement them into your daily skin care routines, check out the link above!

Important Disclaimers

Natures Garden sells these herbs for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. (We provide this information for purely educational purposes. It is not intended to be used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). All herbs should be kept out of the reach of pets and children. When pregnant or lactating, special care should be taken when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. It is the responsibility of the customer to do their own testing.

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of these recipes that are on our website. Testing is always the responsibility of our customers. It is your responsibility to abide by all FDA regulations if you plan to resell any of the recipes that we provide. We cannot offer advice on where to purchase products and ingredients listed in our recipes that are not sold by Natures Garden. When you use our recipes and/or raw ingredients, you are agreeing to indemnify Natures Garden against any liability of performance, any lack of performance, or any problems that you may encounter with the finished products.

Mar
03

20 Floral Scents for Spring


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20 Floral Scents for Spring20 Floral Scents for Spring

There is nothing more refreshing than the first days of spring. When the air is still cool, but is just warming up from the after effects of a cold winter. Also, all of the many scents that you can get from the fresh flowers can entice your senses. Our fragrance oil line has many great fragrances that capture the true essence of these fresh scents. As seen below, we talk about 20 floral scents for Spring.

 

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil

Here is a feminine fragrance oil that will make you feel pretty all day. Try our Amazingly Grace Type Fragrance Oil in your own perfume and body spray recipe. This fruity and floral fragrance is very strong in perfumes and aroma beads and performs “Amazingly”.

 

 

Top Notes:  lemon sparkle, delicate lily, Italian bergamot
Mid Notes:  rose, jasmine, violet, citron, neroli
Base Notes:  musk, cedarwood

Let us know what fun recipes you can come up with using this strong fragrance oil.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Antique Lace Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Antique Lace Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil is an amazing bouquet of floral scents that will entice your senses. Antique Lace Fragrance Oil captures the delicateness of an antique lace. An antique lace is an intricate laced design that is knitted together using many fine threads. Antique Lace Fragrance Oil uses notes of jasmine, fresh vanilla beans, and a bottom note of musk. This fragrance oil is great to use in bath and body products as well as candles.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Aromatherapy Passion Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Aromatherapy Passion Fragrance Oil

Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic scents to increase your psychological and physical well-being. Aromatherapy Passion Fragrance Oil is a fragrance that you can use to do just that. This fragrance is something you can easily become passionate about using as it uses a romantic combination of floral fragrance oils and essential oils.

Top Notes:  jasmine, rose, lily, lilac
Mid Notes:  heliotrope, violet, English ivy, gardenia, carnation, hyacinth, lavender
Base Notes: soft woods, vanilla

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil

Beach Daisies Fragrance Oil is a fragrance oil that helps you to capture the alluring smells of fresh green grass and blooming flowers while walking on the warm sands of the beach. When used in cold processes soap and candles, this fragrance performs the best in lighter yellow accents. You can make your own beach candles by using a little bit of yellow and brown liquid candle dye, and adding this fragrance oil. This fragrance oil is composed of the following notes…

Top Notes: Asian lemongrass, dune grass, daisy petals
Mid Notes:  gardenia bloom, ylang ylang, clove leaf
Base Notes:  blond woods, amber sands, sheer musk

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil

The dried peel of bergamot is what is used to give Earl Grey tea it’s flavor. You will get a fresh herbal sensation when using this fragrance oil. Bergamot & Tarragon Leaves Fragrance Oil is a true spa like fragrance that will help you to relax while getting slight hints of fruit. A fun recipe that you can use this fragrance oil in is our Skin Softening Bath Bomb Recipe which will leave your skin feeling wonderful. The notes contained in this fragrance oil include…

Top Notes:  grapefruit, lime, bergamot
Mid Notes:  basil, tarragon, green leaves, jasmine
Base Notes:  hyacinth, geranium, oakmoss, bamboo

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil

The Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil is inspired by a tropical herb found in South Africa called the Birds of Paradise that resembles a bird in flight. This tropical herb contains beautiful blue and orange flowers that resemble the birds.  This fragrance oil is made up of a mixture of floral and amazing fruity scents. The notes that make up this fragrance oil consist of…

 

Top Notes:  lemon, orange, tuberose
Mid Notes:  birds of paradise, gardenia, rose, honeysuckle
Base Notes:  magnolia leaves, jasmine

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil

Burgundy Rose Fragrance Oil is the combination of the scent a fresh red rose and deep, rich Burgundy red wine. For your significant other, you can make a Rose Bath Bomb Recipe as a romantic Valentine’s or date night gift using this fragrance. Also, try this fragrance in some of our candle recipes and see how rich this smell is. The notes of this fragrance oil consist of burgundy rose, fresh white floral, burgundy wine, warmed by precious musk and apple wood, all finished with a rose fragrance.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Cannabis Rose Type Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Cannabis Rose Type Fragrance Oil

Our Cannabis Rose Type Fragrance Oil is one of our more unique blended fragrances that we carry. The cannabis rose has gained its popularity through Greek myth by being blessed by several Greek gods. This flower has a unique, sweet scent to it that many people have come to enjoy. There are many floral scents that make up the smell of this fragrance oil. The notes in this fragrance oil include: Bulgarian rose, pomegranate flower, bergamot, cannabis accord, sheer jasmine, and many other wonderful scents.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Carnation Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Carnation Fragrance Oil

That fresh scent that you get when you freshly pick a clean, crisp flower is the aroma that this fragrance oil creates. Carnation Fragrance Oil captures the scents of the freshly picked carnation petals with bottom notes of fresh greenery. There are many potential uses for this amazing fragrance including making your own candle. For use in candle wax, it is recommended that you use no more than 10% of the amount of this fragrance oil to the amount of wax.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Chamomile Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Chamomile Fragrance Oil

Chamomile is an herbal like flowering plant that is commonly used for natural herbal medicines and calming the senses. This flower is also commonly found being used in teas for aiding in the process of falling asleep. Chamomile Fragrance Oil captures the essence of freshly picked chamomile flowers mixed with a hint of fresh green herbs. This fragrance oil can be used in bath oils, lotions, perfumes, and soap recipes. A fun recipe of ours that you can create using this fragrance oil is our Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Daisy Type Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Daisy Type Fragrance Oil

Our Daisy Type Fragrance Oil is a rendition of the popular Daisy fragrance created by Marc Jacobs. This fragrance will remind you of a fresh patch of daisies in the middle of the cool of Spring. You can use this fragrance oil in our Whipped Cupcake Soap Recipe, which is an easy and decorative recipe to make.

Top Notes: lemon, jasmine
Mid Notes: muguet lily, rose petals, African violet, day lily
Base Notes: cedar wood, patchouli, musk

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil

With Easter right around the corner, this fragrance oil will put you in the right mood for the holiday. Our Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil went through 20 revisions before we finally found one that would work. The final result is a perfect mixture of garden greens with a slight hint of fresh mint. Then, combined with a middle note blend of spring flowers and green tones. All of these notes are finished off with a base of sandalwood for a warming glow. The fragrance oil is meant to capture the scents accompanying the life of the Easter Bunny.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil

There is nothing more refreshing in Spring that the array of different floral aromas that you can come across. This Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil contains the scent of all the flowers that you can come across in a flower shoppe.

Top Notes: peach, eucalyptus, apple blossoms
Mid Notes:  hydrangea, rose, carnation, tulip
Base Notes:  jasmine, gardenia, cut grass, flower stems

This fragrance oil is amazing for give your home a refreshing scent when mixing with our potpourri and incense.

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil

Roses are truly the flower of romance. Not only do these flowers contain a deep, attractive color to them; but they give off an aroma that is enticing to any nose. Our Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil smells just like a freshly cut rose. This fragrance oil is one of our more popular sellers, and anyone can vouch on how fresh it smells. Did you also know that each colored rose has a different meaning behind it’s color? For example, pink-elegance colored roses usually resemble sincerity, loyalty, and purity.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Icy Shine Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Icy Shine Fragrance Oil

Icy Shine Fragrance Oil is a cooling type of fragrance that will give you a fresh feeling. This fragrance oil encompasses a wide variety of floral all mixed with fresh fruits. If you like your hair smelling fresh, then there is a Silky Hair Gel Recipe that we have made that you can make for yourself.

Top:  Raspberries, Melon, Orange
Mid:  Muguet, Peony, Rose, Jasmine, Magnolia
Base:  Vanilla, Musk

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Lavender Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Lavender Fragrance Oil

If you need help falling asleep, then lavender is just for you to help with this. Our Lavender Fragrance Oil is the perfect aroma of true lavender flowers. You can make a candle with this fragrance oil, and it is recommended that you use a shredded purple color block to 4 pounds of candle wax. We also have a Natural Deodorant Recipe that you can make using this fragrance oil for feeling clean.

 

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Magnolia in Bloom Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Magnolia in Bloom Fragrance Oil

Magnolia in Bloom Fragrance Oil is a sensual, enticing scent that is complex with many different floral aromas. This fragrance oil is made up of notes of top notes of mandarin, ylang ylang, grapefruit, freesia, and hyacinth. Sitting on middle notes of tuberose, magnolia, plum, and lily. All sitting on base notes of white musk and vanilla bean. The colors that this fragrance work best in are purple and read if you want to make a candle or any bath & body products.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil

A Hydrangea is a bluish flower that grows in small clusters, and the name is supposed to mean “water vessels”. Our NG Blue Hydrangea Type Fragrance Oil is an amazing replication of Yankee’s scent. To compliment the color of this flower, it’s recommended to use a blue candle dye coloring to color any candle that you make using this fragrance oil. You can also make lotions, perfumes, soap, and many other unique recipes.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil

Some fresh flowers that smells wonderful in the fresh bloom of spring are roses and violets. These two flowers give off a wonderful aroma, and are very strong and unique in their own nature. Our NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil smells very closely to that of a fabric softener. This fragrance oil also adds its own splash of uniqueness by adding in notes of coconut, orange, and musk.

 

20 Floral Scents for Spring - Peony Fragrance Oil20 Floral Scents for Spring – Peony Fragrance Oil

The peony flower is a flower that is native to only Asia, Europe, and Western North America. These flowers have about 30 plus known species world wide, each with their own special color. Our Peony Fragrance Oil is one of the best floral fragrances that we have ever smelled, and is a best seller! Make sure when you are making any recipe with this fragrance oil containing a vanilla base, make sure to use Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to keep the true color in the recipe.

 

When talking about Spring fragrance oils, you can’t help but think about the many amazing flowers that make up these fragrances. Here is an article called “These Are the Flowers You Should Plant on the First Day of Spring“, that talks about different flowers that you can consider planting on the first day of spring. One of the prettiest flowers in this bunch that you can plant are tulips, not only do they have their own amazing sweet scent to them, but look great when growing in bunches. Another pretty flower are Camellias, as these flowers grow in many different layers. These flowers require acidic soil to grow in, and can be trained to grow against a shady wall.

Feb
10

Coconut Oil For Soap Making


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Coconut Oil for Soap MakingCoconut Oil for Soap Making

Soap making is a fun process that anyone can enjoy picking up. This hobby is open to so much creativity and there are many benefits that can come of it. There are many ways to use coconut oil for soap making, and many benefits that coconut oil can contribute to your soap. Some of these benefits can range from skin remedies to moisturizing qualities. There are also certain ways that coconut oil is used in the soap making process, and different types of soap that it works best with. Some recipes using coconut oil are also shared, and they highlight the uses of coconut oil and many other unique features associated with the recipe. Out of all of the recipes, compare the difference that coconut oil makes compared to the other oils. As you can tell, coconut oil has many uses when used in the soap making process.

Properties of Coconut Oil

You extract coconut oil from copra. Copra is the dried inner flesh of the coconut. There are many properties of coconut oil that makes it a wonderful choice to use in your bath and body products. There are three fatty acids that make up this oil: capric acid, lauric acid, and caprylic acid. These fatty acids can provide many great benefits for your skin. There are many healthy saturated fats that make up coconut oil. These saturated fats have been known to promote weight loss and provide your body and brain with quick energy.

There are two types of coconut oils carried at Nature’s Garden: Coconut Oil 76 and Fractionated Coconut Oil. Fractionated coconut oil contains medium-chain triglycerides that allow it to stay liquid at lower temperatures than the coconut oil 76. Coconut oil 76 also contains more fatty acids like: Myristic, Palmitic, and Stearic which give it different properties. One of the properties is that it doesn’t blend in with other oils as well as fractionated coconut oil does. Both forms of coconut oil have their own benefit, it’s up to you to decide which one you need.

 

Benefits of Coconut Oil in SoapBenefits of Coconut Oil in Soap

There are many benefits that coconut oil can provide to your soap recipe. One benefit that coconut oil has is that it is a great natural moisturizer. Using soap with coconut oil in the shower will help your cracked and dry skin. You can reduce fungal growth, bacteria, and inflammation with coconut oil. This will allow your skin to stay clear of anything that can damage it. Also, your skin won’t suffer from malicious odors that are associated with these infections. There are many naturally occurring fatty acids in coconut oil as mentioned above. These fatty acids have been known to be restorative to dry and cracked skin. Other skin issues that this oil has been known to reduce include eczema, cuts, burns, athlete’s foot, and many more. Give this oil a try in some of our soap recipes, and see how well it benefits you.

How to Use Coconut Oil in Soap

Nature’s Garden has many different types of soap that use coconut oil. Coconut oil’s benefits most when used in cold process soap, but can also be used in melt and pour soap too. The many fatty acids contained in coconut oil easily emulsify with water, so using coconut oil is a plus in making soap. Some of the properties that coconut oil contributes to the soap in the process is hardness, cleansing, and bubbly lather. Many other properties are described in this Soaping Oil Properties page. You shouldn’t add more than 30% coconut oil to your recipe. See how easy it was to make your soap when you added coconut oil into the process. Coconut oil has many benefits in the soap making process and when used on your skin.

 

Holiday Pomegranate Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Holiday Pomegranate Cold Process Soap Recipe

The first featured soap recipe that uses coconut oil is our Holiday Pomegranate Cold Process Soap Recipe. As mentioned above, cold process soap recipes seem to benefit the most from coconut oil, and we’ll show that in this recipe. Coconut oil is added into the soap recipe with many other oils, but as you can notice, we wait until the heated oils drop down to room temperature before mixing them in. This demonstrates how easy it is to incorporate these oils even after they’ve solidified. On top of using coconut oil, this recipe also uses olive oil. Olive oil, when added to soap, also provides a moisturizing content to the soap, but also contains other beneficial properties. Olive oil can make excellent hard, white bars of soap. On top of the many beneficial oils, this recipe has many unique holiday themed designs that would look amazing in any house.

Gin Martini CP Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Gin Martini CP Soap Recipe

Do you enjoy sipping on a nice, refreshing martini after a long day? If yes, then you will enjoy this coconut oil soap recipe. The Gin Martini CP Soap Recipe also contains Coconut Oil 76, and as mentioned before, this oil has a lot more fatty acids than fractionated coconut oil. These fatty acids incorporated in well with the lye solution when making the soap. On top of incorporating well, these fatty acids will also provide many great benefits for your skin. They will not only moisturize your skin but can protect it from many ailments.

This soap uses Nature’s Gardens’ Gin Martini Fragrance Oil which is the perfect fruity swirl of martini notes. This fragrance oil contains notes of club soda, citrus, rosemary, balsam fir, crushed ginger, and crisp cedar. Using this fragrance, also means that you are using the scent of the number one requested drink across the world today! When making this recipe, it should also be noted that mixing the champagne water with the lye will create a volcanic effect. Noting this volcanic effect, this is why we recommend you mix this in a sink in a deep bowl.

 

Coconut Oil for Soap Making - Kiwi Watermelon Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Kiwi Watermelon Soap Recipe

There is no better refreshing combination than that of kiwi and watermelon. With watermelon being comprised of nearly 92% water, it’s no wonder that it’s as refreshing as it is. This is another cold process soap recipe that uses coconut oil. Besides coconut oil, there are many other oils in this recipe. Ultimately, all of these oils are melted down and added to the water using lye. An interesting touch that is added to this recipe is the addition of Mica Diamond Dust Powder. Add this powder to any recipe to give it an extra glistening effect. You can see the frothy top glistens with the use of Mica Powder. There are red and green colors that are swirled into the soap to represent watermelon and kiwi respectively.

 

Orange Swirled CP Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Orange Swirled CP Soap Recipe

This is an interesting recipe which incorporates melt and pour soap. This recipe uses Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap to create the oranges that are attached to the cold process soap. This occurs by making the orange soap embeds in advanced, then placing them on the cold process soap. The cp soap will grab onto the orange embeds and hold them in place. This recipe has it to where you have two separate bowls of soap. One bowl with white soap, and another bowl with orange soap colored with Eye Poke Orange FUN Soap Colorant. Afterwards, you want to take a spatula and drip the white soap into the bowl of the orange soap, then swirl them together. This will give you the cool white and orange swirl effect that you see in the soap.

 

Mistletoe CP Soap RecipeCoconut Oil in Soap Making – Mistletoe CP Soap Recipe

The perfect soap recipe to make for the holidays. By tradition, you give a kiss to anyone you are caught under the mistletoe with. This cute recipe incorporates the various colors of a mistletoe including the green leaves and the red berries. An interesting feature of this recipe is the use of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant to make leaves. This happens by putting a line of the darker green soap batter on top of the lighter green. Afterwards, a wooden skewer is ran in a wavy pattern across the dark green line of soap. This wavy pattern resembles a whole string of leaves. On top of the unique design of this soap, the addition of the coconut oil will guarantee to keep your skin moist after use. Try this recipe for yourself and amaze your guests.

 

Herbal Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Herbal Soap Recipe

There is nothing more soothing to apply to your skin than natural herbs. This herbal soap recipe is another soap recipe that uses coconut oil as one of its fatty acids. This recipe incorporates a lot of yellows, and even uses little happy faces as a melt and pour soap decoration. The fragrance oil of choice for this freshening recipe is Dandelion Pear Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil incorporates a mix of dandelion, pear, wildflowers, green tea, and aloe vera. The scents in this fragrance oil are a blend of fresh fruit with herbal aromas. To even add an additional touch to this recipe, it even calls for chamomile to be sprinkled on top, which will add that natural touch of herbs.

 

Spearmint Soap RecipeCoconut Oil for Soap Making – Spearmint Soap Recipe

Spearmint always seems to contain that extra soothing, cooling touch that makes anyone feel fresh. This soap recipe attempts to capture the colors of spearmint, with a strong minty scent to it. Adding the coconut oil to this soap will allow it to contain restorative properties. Many restorative ointments usually tend to have a minty scent to them, why the soap feel great to apply to your skin. This recipe uses Spearmint Fragrance Oil, which is a strong oil with many wonderful notes. This fragrance oil is true to its name, and it creates a strong minty aroma. Try this recipe, and see how soothing you feel when you get out of the shower next time.

 

Recapping How you can Use Coconut Oil

After reading about the benefits of using coconut oil and all of the several soap recipes that it’s used in, can you see why it’s a great choice to use? Coconut oil is great to use in soap making for relieving your skin of any terrible ailments like burns, cuts, scrapes, or anything else. If you have sensitive skin, you can also use coconut oil infused soap, and it will work well on your skin. Coconut oil contains many natural fatty acids that work well with your skin. Coconut oil 76 seems to contain more fatty acids, hence is usually the popular choice in making cold process soap. Also looking at the many recipes, you can make very colorful, creative soap recipes that use coconut oil as well. For example, one of the recipes used Mica Diamond Dust to add an extra shimmer to it, and it looks amazing!

 

Besides its use in soap making, bath and body products, and cosmetics; you can use Coconut oil in various food products. This fun article describes 32 different sweet and savory recipes that are made using coconut oil. Whenever I wake up in the morning, there is nothing more energizing than eating granola before starting the day. This article describes a delicious maple, pecan, and sour cherry granola recipe. When used in this recipe, coconut oil helps to add flavor and keeps everything in big, chewy clumps. This helps to incorporate all the flavors in all of the bites that you take. Another popular recipe that uses Coconut oil is deep friend chicken. This recipe deep fries the chicken like normal, then it brushes coconut oil on top for a crispy, clear coat.

Jan
29

25 DIY Bath Bomb Recipes


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25 DIY Bath Bomb Recipes25 DIY Bath Bomb Recipes

Have you always wanted to make your own bath bombs, but didn’t know what main ingredients go into them? There aren’t as many ingredients that create a fizzy, delightful bath bomb than you many think. The primary ingredients that mix together that create the fizzy effect that you see are Baking Soda and Citric Acid. After you add these two ingredients, you can add any body safe fragrance oil of your choice from Nature’s Gardens’ vast collection. If you want color to your bath bomb, you can also proceed to add drops of FUN Soap Colorant to your mixture as well. Listed below are 25 DIY bath bomb recipes that are different versions of this main concept.

 

Black Cherry Bath Bomb RecipeBlack Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe

The Black Cherry Bath Bomb Recipe is interesting in which it uses 100% natural beet root powder to get the red color that you see. The beet root powder even leaves traces of red specs on the bath bomb that can resemble that of bits of cherry. This bath bomb smells amazing when it’s fizzing in your bathtub. The strong Black Cherry Bomb Fragrance Oil that this bath bomb uses creates a full aroma in your bathroom when used. This bath bomb is also easy to assemble when you are putting it together as well.

 

Bubbling Bath Bomb RecipeBubbling Bath Bomb Recipe

If you are a fan of a bunch of bubbles in your bathtub, then the Bubbling Bath Bomb Recipe is just for you. This bath bomb is made into two distinct layers of bright orange and neon red. This bath bomb uses Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil to create its scent. This fruity aroma smells great for also giving your bathroom a fresh smell when you get out of the tub. This recipe also uses 100% natural papaya leaf powder to give your bath bomb that soothing natural feel.

 

Camouflage Bath Bomb RecipeCamouflage Bath Bomb Recipe

Kids are always attracted to playing with little toy soldiers. The Camouflage  Bath Bomb Recipe brings that same excitement to the bathtub. This bath bomb uses your standard 4 shades of army green to create the same visual appeal in the bathtub. On top of the army colors, you also can hide a cute little army soldier in the bath bomb for your kids to be surprised with!

 

Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies RecipeChocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies Recipe

Here’s a fun Valentine’s gift idea for you to get your significant other. These Chocolate Dipped Bath Fizzies are supposed to resemble chocolate covered truffles sprinkled in heart sprinkles. These amazing bath fizzies use Chocolate Lovers Type Fragrance Oil which will provide that chocolaty aroma that your significant other will fall in love with. On top of that, these bath fizzies are perfect for Valentine’s Day. Try this simple bath fizzies recipe out for yourself and give your significant other a gift you know they’ll love.

 

Cotton Candy Bath Bomb RecipeCotton Candy Bath Bomb Recipe

When you go to the fair, nothing excites you more than the smell of sweets hovering in the air. One of my favorite sweets is cotton candy, and it tastes just as good as it smells. The Cotton Candy Bath Bomb Recipe not only smells just like cotton candy but gives off the same visual aesthetics as it too! This colorful candy affect is created by crumbling in blue and pink bath bomb dough into a mixture of white. Then, you mix these two colors together until you begin to see it evenly dispersed throughout the mixture. Doesn’t it just look fun?

 

Cow Pie Bath Bomb RecipeCow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe

When you think of a barn, you think of cows. That’s what this fun, down to earth Cow Pie Bath Bomb Recipe attempts to bring to your bathroom. This bath bomb is a fun way to incorporate the color of cows into your bathtub while you get clean. The brown spots on this bath bomb resemble that of spots on a cow. This bath bomb uses Hayride Fragrance Oil that uses sweet balsam combined with smooth vetiver and cedarwood to create a fresh experience. Your kid will also get a kick out of the colors too!

 

Fish Toy Bath Bomb RecipeFish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe

Where do fish belong? They belong in the water, as well as this crafty Fish Toy Bath Bomb Recipe that we created here at Nature’s Garden. This bath fizzy incorporates the deep blue color of water, with fun tropical color varieties to resemble little fish swimming in it. On top of the little fish, this bath bomb also contains a fun, small plastic fish that your kids can play with in the water as well. This bath bomb will also turn your water into an amazing, deep blue color. Give this product a try with your kids and see how much fun they will have.

 

Rose Petal Bath Bomb RecipeRose Petal Bath Bomb Recipe

There is nothing more romantic than the sight of red rose petals floating on top of your bath water. This romantic Rose Petal Bath Bomb Recipe also makes for a great Valentine’s Day gift idea as well. There is even a warm glow created in the bath bomb from adding 24k Gold Mica Dust and Diamond Dust Mica Dust. On top of the mica dust, there is also 100% natural rose hip powder added into this recipe too, so you can get all the relaxing benefits of using natural ingredients.

 

Coffee Bath Bomb RecipeFreshly Ground Coffee Bath Bomb Recipe

There’s something about the smell of coffee in the morning that makes anyone’s day start off good. This Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bomb Recipe uses both a Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden and fresh coffee grounds to create a full embodied coffee aroma for your bathtub. Compared to the 25 DIY bath bomb recipes, there are also benefits to soaking in coffee grounds. One of these benefits include smoothing and softening of the skin.

 

Golden Clover Bath Bomb RecipeGolden Clover Bath Bomb Recipe

Here’s a recipe that will stand out in any crowd with its shiny golden gleam. The Golden Clover Bath Bomb Recipe is perfect for those who like to add a little shininess into their lifestyles. This bath bomb creates its shininess by using Yellow Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and mixes that yellow coloring with 24k Golden Mica Dust. These bath bombs will also leave a cool shimmering shine on your skin, and leaving it feeling silky smooth. Try this cool jewel out for yourself.

 

Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb RecipeGreen Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe

These Green Apple Candy Bath Bombs have both Neon Green and Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorants that give them amazing color. On top of their great green color, these bath bombs also use a nice tart, fruity Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil. Try this bath bomb in your bathtub and allow the green colored bath salts to dissolve into your water. These bath salts do more than look cool, they will also help to relax any soreness in your muscles as well.

 

Green Tea Bath Bomb RecipeGreen Tea Bath Bomb Recipe

Green Tea is the perfect herbal drink to use for relieving soreness in your throat, so why not also use it in a bath bomb too. The Green Tea Bath Bomb Recipe uses both Green Tea Powder and naturally cut and sifted green tea leaves. To even take it up a notch further and add more green to this bath bomb, we also use French Green Clay in the recipe as well. This bath bomb will have your bathtub looking and smelling like it’s filled with green tea.

 

Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb RecipeDinosaur Egg Bath Bomb Recipe

If you want a colorful bath bomb that your kids will enjoy, then this Dinosaur Egg Bath Bomb Recipe is just for you. This bath bomb is constructed into different layers like an egg, with a fun colorful touch to each layer. In the center of this bath bomb egg is a baby plastic dinosaur that your kid will enjoy playing with. To add to these fun colors, this bath bomb also uses Nature’s Gardens’ Bermuda Triangle’s Fragrance Oil.

 

Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb RecipeHawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe

Nothing more relaxing than sitting and tanning on the beaches of Hawaii. The Hawaiian Splash Bath Bomb Recipe incorporates all the scents that you associate with this tropical paradise. There are two distinct layers to this bath bomb, and it uses both lemon and orange powder in the recipe. These natural powders add a touch of tropical fruit to the bath bomb.

 

 

Lavender Sage Bath Bomb RecipeLavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe

Sage and lavender are the two different herbs that are used in this bath bomb. Lavender is usually used as a sleep enhancer, and sage is used for reducing stress and anxiety. This Lavender Sage Bath Bomb Recipe is great to use in the bathtub to help alleviate all these symptoms. So, after a long day in the office, try coming home and soaking in one of these bath bombs to feel rejuvenated again.

 

 

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb RecipeLumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

Coal has a good skin softening quality to it that is wonderful to use on the skin. This Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe uses Activated Charcoal Powder to give the user the natural feel to their skin. On top of the benefits from the charcoal powder, you also get additional benefits from using black Himalayan salt in the bath bomb too. So, see how easy it is to make this bath bomb, and reap in the benefits.

 

 

Mojito Bath Bomb RecipeMojito Bath Bomb Recipe

A mojito is a Cuban cocktail that consists of 5 different ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint. This Mojito Bath Bomb Recipe tries to recreate a mojito by first off using cut spearmint leaf to capture the minty accent. Then, afterwards the notes of the mojito come from using Mojito Fragrance Oil. This bath bomb is sure to add a festive splash to your bath.

 

 

Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb RecipeOrange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe

This bath bomb is a match made in heaven. There is no better combination than orange and vanilla cream. This sweet Orange Dreamsickle Bath Bomb Recipe uses both vanilla powder and orange peel powder to create this amazing combination. On top of that, Nature’s Garden has a Dreamsickle Fragrance Oil that tops this bath bomb off with enhanced scents.

 

 

Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs RecipePeeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe

With Easter coming up, this Peeps Bunny Bath Bomb Recipe makes for the perfect gift to put in anyone’s Easter basket. There are many different colored peeps that you make with this recipe from your vibrant, bright yellow to your darker blue. This recipe is fun for children to make around Easter time too!

 

 

Pink Salt Bath Bomb RecipePink Salt Bath Bomb Recipe

Pink Himalayan sea salt is the perfect mineral to use for calming your mind. When infused with bath water, the salt from the Pink Salt Bath Bomb will also work well to soothe your muscles. You can also make this bath bomb as a gift too!

 

 

 

 

Rose Bath Bomb RecipeRose Bath Bomb Recipe

Here’s another really cool rose infused bath bomb that’s great for a romantic experience. The Rose Bath Bomb Recipe packs a bunch of rose petals and buds into the top of the bath bomb, and just lets them float out onto the bath water. Try this bath bomb as a Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other.

 

 

 

Rose Petal Bath Fizzy RecipeRose Petal Bath Fizzy Recipe

Here’s another Rose Petal Bath Bomb Recipe that uses real rose petals. The only difference is, is that this one has two distinctly colored layers. One is a pink layer, and another one is a white layer that houses the rose petals.

 

 

 

Sandalwood Bath Bomb RecipeSandalwood Bath Bomb Recipe

Sandalwood is an aromatic type of wood that retains its scents for up to years. This Sandalwood Bath Bomb Recipe incorporates the scent of sandalwood and brings it out in your bathing experience. Like a few of the 25 DIY bath bomb recipes, this complex bath bomb contains a lot of natural minerals that are excellent for your skin.

 

 

 

Sangria Shimmer Bath Bomb RecipeSangria Shimmer Bath Bomb Recipe

Here’s another great bath bomb recipe that incorporates many different fruity notes into bath bomb that is sure to entice all of your senses. The Sangria Shimmer Bath Bomb even uses sparkly mica to make it shimmer better in the water and allows it to stand out. Enjoy using and making this bath bomb, as it can bring a sense of festiveness to your bathtub.

 

 

Sinus Relief Bath Bomb RecipeSinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe

There is nothing more annoying than clogged sinuses. This Sinus Relief Bath Bomb Recipe contains many natural herbs and powders that are known to help drain out sinus pressure. This bath bomb is wonderful to have around during the bad parts of Winter and Spring.

 

 

 

After talking about these 25 DIY bath bomb recipes, let’s narrow down and talk about different uses of citric acid which is a key ingredient in bath bombs.  “15 things to make with citric acid that you can eat, drink and have fun with!” is a fun article that I found that give’s more uses for citric acid that you can try for yourself. One of the crafts that is mentioned in this article is Tangy Lemon Frozen Yogurt. This recipe sounded like it was to die for, as the citric acid adds more flavor to this recipe. And if you enjoyed Pop Rocks as a kid, this article also gives a fun recipe for homemade pop rock candy. Give this article a read and find some fun things to do with your left over citric acid.

Dec
19

Herbal Make-Up Recipes


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Herbal Make-Up RecipesHerbal Make-Up Recipes

If you love make-up, this blog is for you! Today we will be introducing to you our eye shadows that Melissa, our team member, has recently created. These homemade eye shadows are made from natural cosmetic clay, powders, and mica pigment. The ingredients that make up the powders used to create these shadows are full of nutrients and contribute many things to our body and health, which makes them even better to use in the cosmetics industry. There are eight different eye shadows we have created that all use a variation of the powders available at Natures Garden. On our website, you can check out each of the ingredients we used to make these, which will all be linked in this blog. You can also check out these herbal make-up recipes in full detail on our site!

Arrowroot Powder

Before we begin teaching about and creating these eye shadows, I wanted to talk about some of the ingredients that are present in every one of these make-up eye shadow recipes. There are a couple of items that are in each of these eye shadows, but this one is very important. That ingredient is arrowroot powder. It derives from St. Vincent and is extracted from tropical tubers. For example, the woody shrub cassava or the arrowroot plant. This powder is can be used both in cooking and in the cosmetic industry. There is no flavor to it and it serves as a thickener in soup, for instance. Arrowroot is white with a silky texture and is used in most deodorants, body powders, some make-up foundations, and eye shadows.

Diamond Dust Mica Pigment and 24K Gold Mica Pigment

Another important element to these eye shadows that is present in all of them are these two mica pigments. One of them is the diamond dust mica pigment and the other is the 24K gold mica pigment. They each add shimmer to whatever product you add it to. We use these in bath and body products as well as these eye shadows. These pigments are safe to use in items made for the lips, eyes, face, and nails. It can even be added to gel wax or glycerin soap to give them a pearly appearance. The diamond dust gives a silver color, while the 24K gold is, unsurprisingly, a gold shimmer.

The Eye Shadow Recipes

Activated Charcoal Eye Shadow
Bee Pollen Eye Shadow
Beet Root Eye Shadow
Black Walnut Eye Shadow
Cocoa Powder Eye Shadow
Hibiscus Eye Shadow
Rose Clay Eye Shadow
Spirulina Eye Shadow

Activated Charcoal EyeshadowActivated Charcoal Eye Shadow Recipe

First, we used activated charcoal powder to create this eyeshadow The other ingredients that are used to create these darker shadows are arrowroot powder, the diamond dust mica pigment, and the 24K gold mica pigment. Activated charcoal powder is the key to creating darkly pigmented products such as cosmetics, soap, face masks, and scrubs. It is a fine black powder that typically comes from hardwoods, coconut shells, or bamboo. By processing and heating the materials from these plants at high temperatures, it will turn into char.

The activated charcoal powder provides consumers with a natural way to color soap and other creations black without turning them into an unwanted gray color. A little of this powder goes a long way, which is why we only used either 1/8 teaspoon or 1/2 teaspoon to make the eye shadows you see here. This recipe will give you six 10 milliliter jars of eye shadows, which are all in different shades and luster.

Bee Pollen EyeshadowBee Pollen Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

In this recipe, you will use arrowroot and bee pollen powders. The bee pollen powder that we sell is rich in many vitamins. In fact, it contains elements that are good for you such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin E. It also contains 22 amino acids, 27 mineral salts, carbohydrates, hormones, and over 5000 enzymes. Other benefits include treating acne and being an anti-inflammatory agent and antibiotic, making it useful when it comes to cosmetics.

Vitamin A is useful for maintaining a healthy immune system, aiding in good vision, and promoting development and growth. Vitamin C also helps the immune system, can help heal wounds, maintain bones and teeth, and repair body tissue. The brain, nervous system, cardiovascular system, bones, and teeth are supported and maintained by vitamin D. Lastly, vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect your eyesight and helps fight off infection, making it vital to the immune system. Another way that bee pollen powder can be used is in our Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap recipe.

Now that you have learned all of the amazing properties that bee pollen contains, you will be even more excited to create these eye shadows that use it! This recipe provides you with three 10 milliliter jars and with three separate shades.

Beet Root EyeshadowBeet Root Eye Shadow Recipe

This recipe uses the key ingredient in the title of its name: beet root powder. It is a beautiful shade of maroon that comes from the root vegetable, beets. Beets derive from the Mediterranean region and were first cultivated in Italy. It has many enriching nutrients and benefits to the human body. There is vitamin B5, vitamin C, glycine, beta carotene, magnesium, selenium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc, tryptophan, and tyrosine. Beet root powder helps the liver to metabolize fats, reduces blood pressure, and reduces low density lipoproteins in the blood.

Although it does have the strong scent of beets, by applying fragrance oil or essential oil to other items you make, that can be corrected. Some of our other recipes that use beet root powder are Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss recipe, Berry Bewitching Bath Brew recipe, and our Candy Cane Facial Mask recipe. The powder is extremely versatile in bath and body products both for its properties and for the color it gives these creations. All of this makes this such a great product to work with!

Black Walnut EyeshadowBlack Walnut Eye Shadow Recipe

Now this eye shadow recipe utilizes arrowroot powder and black walnut hulls powder. This powder is used in a variety of industries. From cooking, hair products, cosmetics, medicine, as well as bath and body, this is great for all of it. Massage oils, bath bombs, make up, and face masks are among the common formulas that integrate this powder. Some benefits that it has are treating eczema, acne, psoriasis, and inflamed tissue.

The powder gives the eye shadows their rich color for more dark and smoky make up looks. The recipe will give you three 10 milliliter jars of these eye shadows in a dark brown, a bronzed tan, and a gray tone. A really cool and different type of recipe than most of the ones that we have shared is the Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair on our website. It also uses this black walnut hulls powder, which helps intensify your natural dark brown or black hair.

Cocoa EyeshadowCocoa Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

The main ingredient in this set of eye shadows is our organic cocoa powder, which originates from the Netherlands. It is made from cacao beans, which contain vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Vitamin B1 is involved with preventing complications with the brain, heart, stomach, intestines, muscles, and nervous system. Fats, carbohydrates, and proteins are broken down by vitamin B2. Every part of the body needs vitamin B3 to function properly. It can lower cholesterol, help with brain function, and ease arthritis pain. Another important nutrient, vitamin B5, creates red blood cells, synthesizes cholesterol, and maintains a healthy digestive tract. If you are curious, check back to the Bee Pollen eye shadow to refresh your memory on the benefits that vitamins A, C and E offer. Cacao also contains caffeine, which is beneficial to the skin as well.

This recipe produces eye shadows in three shades, including a mustard yellow, a cocoa brown, and a shimmery light gold color. The cocoa powder gives a natural brown color to your products without having to use colorants or dyes. This makes many great recipes because of the natural color and the nutrients it provides for the skin. Some other ones that use this organic cocoa powder are the Shimmering Bronzing Lotion recipe and Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap recipe from Natures Garden.

Hibiscus EyeshadowHibiscus Eye Shadow Recipe

Now we are getting more into the pink and rosy shades, which are my favorite! These eye shadows are made by combining Hibiscus Flower Powder with arrowroot powder, diamond dust mica pigment, and 24K gold mica pigment. There are three shades: a deep mauve, a light rosy silver, and a medallion yellow color. You can create countless eye make up looks with these neutral shades. Natures Garden also makes other recipes that contain this are the Firming Facial Mask and the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub.

In addition to the eye shadow recipe, hibiscus flower powder gives natural color to cosmetics. The natural red pigmentation is brought out by infusing the flowers in oil. Other skin care and hair care products use them as well. When added to shampoos and conditioners, the flowers prevent dandruff, thicken hair, and reduce the loss of hair. They are a natural cleanser, which makes them ideal for the skin. In skin care, the hibiscus flowers cleanse, soothe, and soften the skin and body. They are high in amino acids and antioxidants, which helps to prevent acne and has been shown to smooth out wrinkles.

Rose Clay EyeshadowRose Clay Eye Shadow Recipe

Additionally, these Rose Clay eye shadows are beautiful! They are my favorite shades out of all of the ones that were created. The recipe makes three 10 milliliter jars. There is a rose gold shade, a light bronze shade, and a rose tinted caramel shade. They are useful for everyday natural make up looks. Both of the mica pigments bring out a strong shimmer in the rose gold color, which is really pretty. This recipe uses our Rose Clay Powder, which is a shade of pink that is on the lighter side. Our products gain natural colorant from the rose clay.

This is another powder that is super versatile. Some other things it can be used for are mud baths, facial masks, melt and pour soap recipes, cold or hot process soap, bath bombs, and sugar and salt scrubs. It is a natural clay that has kaolinite in it, which is the most abundant clay mineral, and is used in ceramics and pottery. Rose clay can reduce inflammation and skin irritation, draw out toxins within the skin, and gently exfoliate. Sometimes it can be difficult to find products that are good for sensitive skin, but rose clay is one of them. Also, we have used this to make our Sandalwood Bath Bomb recipe and the Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap recipe.

Spirulina Eye ShadowSpirulina Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

Finally, for our last recipe in this blog, we will be talking about our Spirulina eye shadow. It contains Spirulina Powder, which is abundant in vitamin B12, vitamin F, natural beta carotene, and iron. Vitamin B12 prevents tiredness, making DNA, and keeping the nerve and blood cells in the body healthy. Vitamin F retains moisture in the skin, and beta carotene creates healthy skin and boosts the immune system. Finally, iron provides energy and helps us to focus. Additionally, the Seaside Spa Scrub recipe and Castile Hot Process Soap recipe are also made using spirulina powder. However, the eye shadow shades you will get out of this recipe are olive green/brown, darker teal, and a shiny light silver-teal color.

These eye shadow recipes are made with natural powders that contain an abundance of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals that are amazing for the skin, hair and nails. There are many benefits to the ingredients in these eye shadows that add a bonus to getting a cute make up look out of them.

Thank you for joining and following us along on this blog! We hope that you enjoy all of the different eye shadows you can make with these homemade recipes from Natures Garden!

 

Finally, Nature’s Garden sells the herbs mentioned in this article for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. The information above talks about how great these herbs are for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

Jul
24

10 Hair Conditioner Recipes


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Hair Conditioner Recipes10 Hair Conditioner Recipes

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

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner RecipeThe Best Conditioner for Fine Hair

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

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

Bergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner RecipeBergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner Recipe

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

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

Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner RecipeCucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe

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

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

Hair Conditioner For Redheads RecipeHair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe

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

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

Hair Conditioner Recipe For BlondesHair Conditioner Recipe For Blondes

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

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

Hair Conditioner Tutorial For BrunettesHair Conditioner Tutorial For Brunettes

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

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

Hair Conditioner Recipe For Dark HairHair Conditioner Recipe For Dark Hair

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

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

Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner TutorialPatchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Tutorial

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner RecipeCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe

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

DIY Argan Oil Hair ConditionerDIY Argan Oil Hair Conditioner

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

Other Homemade Conditioner Options

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

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

Odd Hair Care Ideas Throughout History

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

Questions About These RecipesQuestions About These Recipes

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

Jul
02

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe


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Hawaiian Splash ScrubHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe

If you enjoy making cosmetics at home, then check out the Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe for the perfect summer sugar scrub diy! This Natures Garden homemade scrub recipe uses fantastic cosmetic making supplies to create a quality bath recipe that you will be sure to enjoy. Not only will these cosmetic ingredients nourish your skin, but you will love the summertime scent and colors for this homemade sugar scrub. So, this is definitely a fun bath and body recipe to try out!

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Ingredients From Natures Garden

Coconut Oil 76
Avocado Oil
Shea Butter
Mango Butter
Silky Emulsifying Wax
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
White Beeswax
Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
Optiphen Preservative
Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
Vitamin E Oil
Orange Peel Powder
Lemon Peel Powder
8 oz Clear PET Jars
70/400 White Straight Smooth Lids
Vegetable Glycerin
Thermometer

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Other Cosmetic Ingredients

Mixing Bowl
Mixing Spoon
Rubber Spatula
Stovetop
Pots (for double boiler)
White Granulated Sugar

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Weights and Amounts for Cosmetics

136 grams of the Coconut Oil 76
113 grams of the Avocado Oil
68 grams of the Shea Butter
45 grams of the Silky Emulsifying Wax
68 grams of the Mango Butter
9 grams of the White Beeswax
5 grams of the Optiphen Preservative
9 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Vitamin E Oil
9 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer
680 grams of the White Granulated Sugar
121 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate- SCI
16 grams of the Vegetable Glycerin
3 grams of the Orange Peel Powder
5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant
3 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder
5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

Before you begin making this foaming sugar scrub recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. First, you will want to gather your cosmetic supplies and ingredients. It will be useful to collect what you need before making your emulsified scrub recipe. Also, you will want to sanitize your equipment to make sure your work area is clean. Further, we suggest that you wear gloves, protective clothing, and a hair net while you prepare this recipe.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Create the Double Boiler

Also, you are going to want to create the double boiler for this bath recipe. Since the oils could burn or breakdown if placed on direct heat, the double boiler will heat the oils slowly and prevent them from becoming too hot. To create this device you will need two pots. It is important that one of these pots can fit into the other. In the larger pot, you will add a few inches of water. This water will be heated to a boil. Next, heat the water.  Once you have your oils weighed out in your smaller pot, the small pot will be placed in the larger pot of water.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Weighing Your Cosmetic OilsHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Weighing Your Cosmetic Oils

First, you are going to prepare the cosmetic oils for your bath and body recipe. So, you are going to need to weigh out the 136 grams of the coconut oil, 113 grams of the avocado oil, 68 grams of the mango butter, 68 grams of the shea butter, 45 grams of the silky emulsifying wax, and 9 grams of the white beeswax. Once you have all of these cosmetic ingredients weighed out, you are ready for the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic Oils and ButtersHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic Oils and Butters

Once you have all of these cosmetic ingredients weighed out, you are going to want to use a double boiler to melt down all of your wholesale ingredients. While the double boiler will help to prevent your cosmetic ingredients from scorching, you will need to occasionally stir these melting oils and butters to further protect against burning. 

Preparing The Powdered HerbsHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Preparing The Powdered Herbs

While you are waiting for your cosmetic ingredients to melt, you can prepare the powdered herbs for this bath and body recipe. So, you are going to need to prepare two separate bowls for your cosmetic herbs. In one small mixing bowl, you are going to need to measure out 3 grams of the Lemon Peel Powder and 8 grams of the vegetable glycerin. Then, you will need to mix these two cosmetic ingredients together well. In another small mixing bowl, you are going to need to weigh out 3 grams of the Orange Peel Powder and 8 grams of the vegetable glycerin to a small bowl. Then, you will need to mix everything together well. Once these two bowls of cosmetic ingredients are mixed well, you are can set both of these herbal mixtures to the side for the moment.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Allowing Cosmetic Oils to CoolHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Allowing Cosmetic Oils to Cool

Once your cosmetic oils have completely melted, you can remove your cosmetic oils from the stove top. Then, transfer your melted oils and butters into a medium sized mixing bowl. Now, you are going to need to wait for your cosmetic mixture to drop to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Once your mixture of butters and oils reach this temperature, you can move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance OilHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil

Now, you are going to add the scented oil for this recipe to your cosmetic mixture. So, you are going to need to include 9 grams of the Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil. Also, you are going to want to include 9 grams of the Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to your scented mixture. This will prevent any slight discoloration that the vanillin in this fragrance may have caused. So, you can have a sweet scented soap that is the exact right color!

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil

This scrumptious Natures Garden fragrance oil will have you remembering drinking Hawaiian Punch from when you were a child. This Hawaiian Splash Fragrance Oil will bring back memories of childhood with a scrumptious blend of sweet fruit notes that is so hard to resist! This fragrance contains the following fruity notes: apple, pineapple, papaya, apricot, guava, orange, and passion fruit. These scented oils blend together to create a fantastic bath and body scent for your diy sugar scrub coconut oil.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Optiphen Preservative Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Optiphen Preservative

Next, you are going to add in the cosmetic preservative for this recipe. So, you are going to need to include 5 grams of the Optiphen Preservative. Then, mix everything together with a spatula to incorporate the Optiphen.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Vitamin E OilHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Vitamin E Oil

Also, you are going to add the vitamin E Oil at this point, too. So, you are going to want to include 5 grams of the vitamin E Oil to this mixture of cosmetic ingredients. This will help to keep your other cosmetic oils from oxidizing over time. Of course, you are going to want to mix all of these ingredients together well.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Granulated SugarHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Preparing the Granulated Sugar

Now, you are going to need to prepare the sugar for this homemade scrub recipe. So, you are going to need to get a clean mixing bowl. You are going to need to weigh out 680 grams of the white granulated sugar. Once the sugar has been added to your bowl, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Including the SCIHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Including the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

You are going to need to add the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate- SCI to your powder of sugar. So, you will need to weigh out 121 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate. Then, add your cosmetic ingredient to your mixing bowl and incorporate the two ingredients well.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Combining the Sugar and the Cosmetic Oils MixtureHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Combining the Sugar and the Cosmetic Oils Mixture

Now, you are going to combine your sugar mixture with your cosmetic oils mixture. You are going to want to mix everything together thoroughly to ensure that everything is incorporated. Once these two cosmetic mixtures are thoroughly incorporated, you are going to need to separate your mixture into two even portions. One portion can remain in the same bowl and the other can be added to the previous mixing bowl used for the sugar.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Blue Colorant and Lemon Peel PowderHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Blue Colorant and Lemon Peel Powder

Now, you are going to need to take one of your two mixing bowls. In this bowl, you are going to add the lemon peel herb and blue soap colorant. First, you are going to want to add your Lemon Peel Powder mixture. Also, you are going to need to add 5 grams of the Neon Blue FUN Soap Colorant. Once you have added the wholesale herb mixture and the colorant, you will need to mix everything together well to incorporate all of the ingredients. You can set this mixture aside for the moment.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Orange Colorant and Orange Peel PowderHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Adding the Orange Colorant and Orange Peel Powder

Next, you are going to create the orange portion for your diy sugar scrub. You are going to be adding an orange soap colorant and the orange peel herb to this portion. So, you will want to add the Orange Peel Powder mixture and 5 grams of the Neon Orange FUN Soap Colorant. Then, you will need to mix everything together well to incorporate the herb and colorant.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Filling Up Your Cosmetic JarsHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Filling Up Your Cosmetic Jars

Now that both portions of your cosmetic scrub are prepared, you are ready to fill your wholesale cosmetic jars. So, you will need to get your 8 ounce clear PET jars and set them up to fill. You are going to need four in total. You are going to start by pouring a layer of the orange sugar scrub. Then, you are going to pour a layer of the blue sugar scrub. You will want to alternate between these two colors until the jar is filled. Then, you can add the lid to your finished diy sugar scrub. You will need to use the same process to fill your remaining three jars.

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Using Your Finished Products

Finally, your homemade bath and body recipe is finished and ready for you to use! If you want to know how to use sugar scrubs, it is super easy! Just scoop some of the homemade bath scrub, gently massage your skin with the diy scrub, rinse the scrub with warm water, and pat dry. This will both exfoliate your skin with the sugar and moisturize your skin with the cosmetic oils and butters. So, your body will be sure to be fully pampered!

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Hawaiian Splash Party

This fun tropical scent is perfect for summer! This bright festive scent is sure to bring up your mood and maybe even make you want to through a little Hawaiian pool party. If you are in the mood to make a big Hawaiian Splash this summer, then check out some fun Luau Party Ideas from Easy Party Ideas! Here you can find all kinds of fun ideas for decorations, food, music, and games that are sure to make for the most perfect summer party!

Hawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Reach Out to UsHawaiian Splash Scrub Recipe: Reach Out to Us

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

Mar
05

Toning Facial Mask Recipe


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Toning Facial Mask Recipe

If you are looking for a bath and body recipe that will help to both cleanse and moisturize your skin, then you may want to try out the Toning Facial Mask Recipe from Natures Garden. This cosmetic facial mask is perfect for cleansing your skin with cosmetic clay ingredients. Plus, this facial mask recipe will nourish your skin with cosmetic oils and the various cosmetic herbs. So, you can create your own natural face mask recipe that will care for your skin and have your very own diy facials right at home!

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Supplies and Materials

Barley Grass Powder
Bentonite Clay Powder
French Green Clay Powder
Marshmallow Root Powder
Slippery Elm Bark Powder
Vitamin E Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Disposable Pipettes
2 oz Clear PET Jar
White Straight Lids 48/400
1 oz. Clear Bullet Bottles
White Disc Top Lids 20/410

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Equipment You Will Need

Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoons

Toning Facial Mask Recipe:

32 grams of the Barley Grass Powder
112 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
32 grams of the Marshmallow Root Powder
112 grams of the French Green Clay Powder
32 grams of the Slippery Elm Bark Powder
24 drops of the Vitamin E Oil
16 drops of the Peppermint Essential Oil
16 drops of the Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil
84 grams of the Vegetable Glycerin (You will need 12 grams per bottle)

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you get started on creating your homemade face mask recipe, you will want to make a few preparations. First, you will need to make sure that your equipment that is clean and ready to use. Of course, any of your cosmetic supplies that may be dirty will need to be washed with soap and water. Also, you will want to make sure that you have a work space that is clean and ready to use. Plus, you will want to gather all of the supplies for this cosmetic recipe. Now you are ready to begin creating your cosmetic recipe.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Why Separate the Ingredients?

For many of our homemade facial recipes, we will keep the vegetable glycerin separate from the rest of the cosmetic ingredients. So, the vegetable glycerin will be packaged in a bottle. Then the rest of the wholesale ingredients are mixed together and put in small jars. We chose to package these ingredients separately to prolong the shelf life without needing to add a preservative. If you want to sell this recipe, you can combine these ingredients shortly before reselling your finished product. Or, you can sell both the containers together with short instructions on how to mix the facial recipe when ready. Either way, you will not have to worry about whether the preservative would irritate the sensitive skin of your face.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Preparing the Powdered Mixture

First, we are going to be preparing the powder mixture for this facial mask recipe. This mixture will include most of the cosmetic ingredients for your facial mask. Once these wholesale cosmetic ingredients are combined you will package them in a jar. So, you will be saving this blend of ingredients until you are ready to mix up and use your facial. So, let’s get started with preparing the cosmetic ingredients that you will need to create the powdered mixture for this face mask recipe.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Combining Your Powdered Herbs

So, you are going to want to prepare your powdered herbs for this cosmetic recipe. You will need to measure out these cosmetic herbs into one of your mixing herbs. So, weigh out 32 grams of the barley grass powder, 32 grams of the marshmallow root powder, and 32 grams of the slippery elm bark powder. After all of these cosmetic herbs have been measured you will want to add them to your mixing bowl. Then, you will want to stir them to combine these ingredients thoroughly.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Barley Grass Powder

The Barley Grass Powder herb is a create cosmetic herb to include in this face mask recipe. This powdered herb contains various nutrients, like vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, beta carotene, pantothenic acid, and folic acid. Also, this herb contains iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, chlorophyll, and amino acids. Since barley grass is so high in nutrients, it is a perfect cosmetic ingredient for nourishing the skin. Also, this cosmetic herb is known for its anti inflammatory, anti oxidant,  and anti aging properties. Plus, this herb has anti acne properties. So, there are all kinds of benefits that you can get by adding this herb to cosmetics.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Marshmallow Root Powder

The Marshmallow Root Powder herb is another lovely herb to include in your cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic ingredient can be used to soothe skin and to help heal wounds. The soothing properties of this cosmetic recipe are perfect for your diy facial. So, the nourishing and conditioning properties of this wholesale herb will be used to care for your skin.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Slippery Elm Bark Powder

Lastly, the Slippery Elm Bark Powder herb is another great herb that was included in this cosmetic recipe. This wholesale herb has anti-inflammatory properties to benefit your skin. Also, the emollient properties in this cosmetic ingredient will make your skin more soft and supple. Further, this herb has astringent properties that reduce any redness in the skin. So, the benefits of this herb is perfect for including in your bath and body recipes.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Adding Your Cosmetic Clay Powders

Next, you are going to need to add your cosmetic clay powders to your mixing bowl. So, weigh out 112 grams of the bentonite clay powder and 112 grams of the French green clay powder.  These cosmetic clays will help to cleanse and nourish your skin. Now, you will need to add these powdered clay herbs to your bowl of combined herbs. Once again, you will need to stir to combine all of your powder ingredients.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Including the Essential Oils

Now, we are going to add the essential oils to our powdered mixture. So, retrieve some disposable pipettes You will need to add 16 drops of the peppermint essential oil. The peppermint oil said to be beneficial for dealing with oily or acne prone skin. Also, you will need to add 16 drops of the lavender essential oil. This essential oil can be used to cleanse and care for your skin. Once these natural scents have been added to your mixture, then you will need to mix these ingredients well. 

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Adding in the Vitamin E Oil

The last cosmetic ingredient that you are going to include in with your essential oils and powdered ingredients is the Vitamin E Oil. You will want to use another pipette to add in 24 drops of this cosmetic oil. Once this cosmetic ingredient is included into your mixture you will want to stir all of these ingredients together. Since this is the last ingredient for this portion of the recipe, you will want to make sure that you mix these ingredients very well.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Packaging Your Powder Mixture

Now you will need to gather your wholesale packaging supplies for this portion of the facial mask recipe. You will want to line up your 2 oz PET jars on your work space. So, you can scoop your powdered mixture into these jars. Once all of your mixture has been packaged, you can place the lid on to your cosmetic jars. You should end up with eight of the filled 2 oz jars. Each of these jars can be used to make four face masks.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Preparing the Liquid Portion

Now we are going to prepare the other portion of this cosmetic recipe. Since we are keeping the vegetable glycerin separate from the other cosmetic ingredients, we are going to prepare this cosmetic ingredient next. You are going to package this cosmetic ingredient using small bullet bottles.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Weighing and Packaging Vegetable Glycerin

So, you are going to add this cosmetic ingredient to your 1 oz clear bullet bottles. You are going to need to line up your bottles to prepare them for the vegetable glycerin. Once your wholesale packaging supplies are prepared, you will need to add 12 grams of the vegetable glycerin to each of the bullet bottles. In total, you will need to fill up about 8 ounces of your clear bullet bottles. Ultimately, you will want to have a bullet bottle full of 12 grams of this ingredient for each of your jars of your powder mixture.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Mixing Your Facial Mask

Now you have everything that you need for your facial packaged up and ready for when you need it.  If you are ready to use your homemade facial mask right now, then you are going to need to mix everything together! So, you will need to have a small mixing bowl. Then, add one tablespoon of your powdered mixture, two tablespoons of water, and about 1/2 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin. Now, you will need to mix these three ingredients together thoroughly.

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Using Your Face Mask

Once your wholesale cosmetic ingredients have been mixed together thoroughly, you are ready to use your diy facial mask! You will want to add a thin layer of your freshly made diy facial mask to your face. After applying your mask, let the face mask stay on and rest as it hardens. Once you face mask has completely hardened you will be ready to rinse off your face mask. So, you will need plenty of water to rinse it off. Now that you have used your homemade face mask, you can enjoy the benefits that this lovely facial mask recipe has to offer!

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Benefits of Skin Toners

If you are curious about how a facial toner could benefit you, then you may be interested in learning more about what a skin toner is and what it is used for. You can check out Cleure’s article on Guide to Skin Toners: Do You Need It & How to Use It. First, this article will share with you what a skin toner is used to do. Also, this article will go into the best type of toner ingredients for a few different skin types. Further, this bath and beauty article shares that tones are a wonderful way to cleanse sensitive skin without removing your natural oils and nutrients. So, feel free to check out some of the reasons why toners are beneficial for your skin!

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: Ask Us Your Crafting QuestionsToning Facial Mask Recipe: Ask Us Your Crafting Questions

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this diy facial recipe as well as using your own homemade facials. If you have any questions about how you can create this cosmetic recipe, then you can absolutely reach out to us! You can find us on the phone, at the NG store, and online. An easy way to find us online is through our social media. You can reach out to us on our Facebook page. Plus, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Not only can you use these platforms to reach out for advice, but you can share your own ideas with us as well as other homemade craft makers! We hope to hear from you soon and that you have enjoyed this lovely bath and body recipe!

Toning Facial Mask Recipe: A Note About Our Free Craft Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of the facial mask recipe that we provided on our website. Testing of the finished product is your responsibility. If you plan to resell the toning facial or any other recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations if applicable. If there are ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients. We also do not offer any advice on formulating or altering recipes.

Feb
28

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe


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Cornsilk Hair Conditioner RecipeCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Ingredients and Equipment

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Weights and Amounts

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Creating the Double Boiler

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Water Phase

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Sterilize the Water

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

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

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Cornsilk Powdered Herb Benefits

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Benefits

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Oil Phase

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

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

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Alternative Cosmetic Oils

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Combining Water and Oil Phases

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Tea

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

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

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

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Note About Our Cosmetic Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the craft recipes provided on our website. The testing of the finished products is your responsibility as the customer. If you plan to resell the finished product from the recipe we provided for our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner, then it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are any ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase any of those ingredients.