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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.

Jan
15

Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs Recipe


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Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs RecipeSangria Shimmer Bath Bombs Recipe

We have a fun recipe that we will be teaching all of you how to make in this blog! We will be talking about our new Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs Recipe! If you are a beginner when it comes to making and creating bath bombs and would like to learn how you can do it yourself, this blog will be perfect for you. Even if you have a lot of experience in this industry and have been making bath bombs forever, we hope that this will provide you with some inspiration!

This blog will be giving you an easy to follow, step by step demonstration to make it simple for people of all levels to be able to create these homemade bath bombs. We will also be introducing to you a new product that we will soon be carrying for our brand and website, sodium lauryl sulfoacetate. This creates a lovely lather and foam, which is great for recipes such as this one. Let’s begin!

Ingredients Found at Natures Garden:

Citric Acid
Baking Soda–Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
Kaolin Clay Powder
Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil
Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground
Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Jojoba Oil
Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Safety Mask
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Glasses
Bath Bomb Molds

Other Ingredients & Equipment You Will Need:

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

Total Recipe Amounts:

300 grams Citric Acid
600 grams Baking Soda
182 grams Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate
10 grams Kaolin Clay Powder
18 grams Jojoba Oil
18 grams Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil
3 drops Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
4 grams Diamond Dust Mica Pigment
40 grams Himalayan Pink Salt Fine Ground
18 grams Himalayan Pink Salt Coarse Ground

Before we begin, fill your spray bottle with witch hazel to have it ready in advance. Let’s also make sure that we have properly cleaned the area that we will be working in. We should wipe down the counters at your station as well as any materials, equipment, and, if necessary, any containers of ingredients that we will be using. This way, it is less likely that ingredients from past projects will mix in with new ones. We also want to note that this recipe is best prepared in non-humid environments.

Creating the Powder MixtureCreating the Powder Mixture

This sangria bath bomb recipe will create enough mixture for seven bath bombs. For the first step, weigh out your 600 grams of sodium bicarbonate also known as baking soda. Use your hands to break up any clumps. To this bowl, also add the 10 grams of kaolin clay, 4 grams of diamond dust mica pigment, and the 182 grams of sodium lauryl sulfoacetate (SLSA).

This last ingredient is very important when making this bath bomb recipe. It provides luxurious lathering qualities and can remove dirt and oil from the surface of the skin and is an excellent foaming agent. Clearly, we need a bath bomb to foam and fizz, which is provided by this element, along with the reaction of the citric acid and the baking soda. Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate derives from palm oil and coconut oil, which makes it moisturizing and gentle on the skin. Once again, use your hands to break up any clumps that you see, and to mix the ingredients together fully.

Mixing the Liquid IngredientsMixing the Liquid Ingredients

Next, we need to measure out 18 grams of the jojoba oil and add it in a separate bowl. Then, we are also going to weigh out 18 grams of the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil. This is what is going to give your bath bomb a scent, both when you finish this product and when it fizzes in your bath later on. It is actually a Natures Garden original fragrance oil. It is a multi layered scent with fresh fruity top notes of orange, lemon, grape, apple, and lime. The middle notes are blackberries and pomegranate, and the base note is a sugary smell. This is one of our many versatile fragrance oils, as it can be used to make potpourri, candles, incense, perfume, lotion, bath products including soap, oils, gels, and of course, bath bombs.

Combine the Dry Ingredients with the Liquid IngredientsCombine the Dry Ingredients with the Liquid Ingredients

Now that you have mixed your liquid ingredients of jojoba oil and the Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil, we can now combine them with our powder mixture. This is the time to pour in the liquid mixture into the bowl of powder mixture. Then, properly mix everything together by using your hands. We find that when we use our hands instead of soap making tools or supplies, the ingredients get mixed together much more thoroughly. The reasoning behind using this technique is similar to why people choose to do it when they are cooking and baking as well. It will be more of a balanced mixture this way.

Splitting the Combined MixtureSplitting the Combined Mixture

Now that the mixture of liquids has been combined with the mixture of powders, we need to divide that into two halves. To the one half, add your 40 grams of fine ground Himalayan pink salt. To the second half, we need to add the tomato red FUN soap colorant. This soap colorant is going to create the pink portion of this fun bath bomb. Once again, it is better to use your hands to mix the contents of each bowl together. Do not combine the ingredients in each bowl back together, however. Mix them in their separate bowls because we are making a white half and a pink half for our bath bomb.

Creating the White Bath BombCreating the White Bath Bomb

We are going to begin with the white bath bomb mixture first. So, add 150 grams of the citric acid to the mixture that you already have, and mix it in with everything else. Then, spray the mixture with witch hazel and mix it again. We used witch hazel to add some more moisture to our bath bombs. It also has plenty of benefits that come along with it, such as antiseptic properties, soothing irritated skin, and it is good for the skin overall. Continue mixing and spraying until you have a crumbly dough consistency to work with.

Forming the Right ConsistencyForming the Right Consistency

Now, add the three grams of the coarse pink Himalayan salt to one half of each bath bomb mold. Once you add the salt, mix everything together nicely. When you are finished with this step, you should have reached the right consistency. It is similar to wet sand, but should hold its shape when you squeeze it in your hand, as the picture demonstrates. It will look the same as a typical bath bomb.

Packing the First Part of the MoldsPacking the First Part of the Molds

Once you have the right consistency down, get your bath bomb molds ready to use. Remember that you should have seven of them for this recipe. Start packing one half of your seven bath bomb molds tightly with the white mixture that you have just finished making. That part is now done. Set the molds aside while we finish the pink portion of this recipe. Once that is set to the side, we can start completing this sangria shimmer bath bomb!

We also carry various types and shapes of molds other than this bath bomb mold, if you are interested. We have tons of different molds on the Natures Garden website that are easily accessible to our customers. There are soap molds, embed molds, as well as some pillar molds. There are more than thirty of the embed molds alone on our site! Some of the shapes that they come in that are relevant to this time of the year are ornaments, small bells, and champagne bottles! Each of the types of molds can be used for a variety of creations and recipes that you can come up with. We love them because they are super easy to work with, add character to any creation, and there are so many different kinds!

Mixing the Pink Half of the MixtureMixing the Pink Half of the Mixture

Now that we have the white portion set up and packed into the bath bomb mold, we can finish the pink half of the mixture. So, we will need to add our 150 grams of the citric acid to this current half of the mixture that we have. Then, to incorporate the citric acid in, we need to mix it all together using our hands.

Hand Mix to Create a DoughHand Mix to Create a Dough

After it is fully mixed in, you can begin spraying the pink bath bomb mixture with witch hazel. Remember, witch hazel is good to use in bath products because it can cleanse and soothe irritated skin. Then, mix it once again, using your hands. Continue spraying and mixing until your mixture is at a crumbly dough like consistency, just as we did with the white mixture previously.

Packing the Second Part of the MoldsPacking the Second Part of the Molds

Finally, the last step is to add the pink bath bomb dough to the second half of each of the seven molds. Then, spray each of the white halves and each of the pink halves of the molds with the witch hazel. Lastly, all you have to do is press the two halves together and you are finished. The two halves will come together really nicely, especially due to the very pretty pink shade from the second part!

Let Your Bath Bombs Set Up

Before these sangria bath bombs can be used, you need to give them enough time to really allow them to set up. You can let them set up overnight at room temperature. Then, you can either leave them in these same molds and use them for packaging, or you might want to remove them from the molds and package them in a different way.

We hope that you had fun making these and that you enjoy the sangria shimmer bath bombs recipe! If you would like to share your results with us, you can always reach out and send them to us on Twitter (@ngscents), Instagram (@ngscents), or Facebook: (Natures Garden).

If you would like to check out some of the other bath bomb recipes that we have made in the past, there are plenty on this page of the Natures Garden website! Some of the ones included here are the Cotton Candy bath bomb recipe, Freshly Ground Coffee bath bomb recipe, and a Skin Softening bath bomb. Since it is that time of year, we also wanted to mention some of the Christmas related bath bomb recipes that we have created. For instance, we have the Holly Berry bath bomb, Lumps of Coal bath bomb, and the Christmas Tree bath bomb. Each of these will make you multiple bath bombs, which can make a great and super cute handmade gift for nearly anyone!

Sangria Drink RecipeSangria Drink Recipe

Sangria is one of my favorite drinks to have at holiday parties and get togethers. If you also enjoy this yummy drink, you might like to check out the Best Red Wine Sangria Recipe created by Makinze Gore. This is a great recipe to try out and is absolutely delicious with fresh fruit including blueberries, oranges, apples, and strawberries! It is super simple to follow, and it provides you with how to do the recipe right off the bat, without all of the excessive blog jumble. If you are interested, go on and try it out!

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is always the responsibility of our customers. If you plan to resell any of the recipes that we provide, it is also your responsibility to follow all FDA regulations. We cannot offer any advice on where to buy the products and ingredients that are listed in our recipes if they are not sold by Natures Garden. When you use Natures Garden 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 encounter with the finished products.

Jan
13

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate SLSA


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Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate- SLSASodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate- SLSA

We have an exciting new blog for everyone today! We will be introducing to you a new product that we recently added onto the Natures Garden website. There are a couple reasons for writing this blog. First, we want to give you information about this product to educate you about it. Second, we want to show you a different way to create your favorite and most loved bath and body products. New ways of doing things are constantly emerging. It can be very beneficial to try things out other ways than you are used to. You may find a new personal preference that you didn’t know you had! Plenty of methods are out there for making homemade recipes. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, is the product we are introducing today. We are excited to be talking about our new product and hope you get to enjoy it as much as we do!

All About SLSA

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is a surfactant that is derived 100% naturally. It comes from coconut oil and palm oil. It is also completely free of all sulfates. A surfactant is a surface acting agent, which basically means that it causes products to fizz and foam. There are a plethora of homemade cosmetic items that you can make with SLSA. Starting with bath bombs, the two most important ingredients to make them are baking soda and citric acid. The combination of these two is necessary in order to cause the fizzing reaction when the bath bomb hits the water. SLSA is going to contribute incredible foaming qualities to your bath bombs that will accompany the fizzy reaction. Another product that can be made using SLSA is bath bubble bars. This is the perfect surfactant to use to make these because of the foaming quality it contributes. Your bath water will be exploding with mounds of bubbles when these hit the bath water. You can also use SLSA to create many other cosmetic related products too, such as shampoo bars, liquid soap, and facial washes.

The Benefits of Using SLSA

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate carries a lot of benefits along with it. SLSA brings to the table many elements that are very beneficial to the skin. What might just be the greatest quality of this surfactant is that it can be used on every type of skin and hair. We feel this characteristic is important, and products with SLSA work really nicely for people with dry and sensitive skin. There are so many different skin conditions out there such as eczema, rosacea, acne, and psoriasis. We want to be able to cater to our customers and provide them with products that will work for all types of skin. This is just one of the reasons we decided to add SLSA to our website. Personally, my skin tends to be more on the dry side. When I took a bath using a bubble bar made with SLSA, it left my skin feeling more hydrated. This is one of my favorite things about this product.

Another key benefit of using SLSA in your homemade bath product recipes is that it will provide a much thicker lather to them than other surfactants will. This quality contributes significantly to creating bubbles that are actually long lasting. SLSA readily dissolves in water because of its small particles, which is great for things like bath bombs. Other great things about it are the excellent flash foam that it has, the two year long shelf life, and the versatility of the product. Powder shampoos and bath salts are some of the other recipes SLSA can help create that we have not mentioned. There are many other cosmetic items this can make, which we will be mentioning later on. Next, we want to discuss how SLSA compares to other types of surfactants.

SLSA in Comparison to Other Surfactants

SLSA is a product that is extremely versatile in this industry. It can be the perfect alternative to other surfactants such as Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI) and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). SCI is a customer favorite that we sell at Natures Garden. Each of these also contribute plenty of versatility in cosmetic recipes, projects, and products. Similarly to SLSA and coconut oil, SCI derives from coconut. Some of the recipes that we have on our website that were made using SCI include the Pearamel Salt Scrub recipe, Lavender Mint Bath Bomb, and our Rainbow Bath Salts recipe. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is another type of surfactant that commonly gets used for soap making. It is an inexpensive item that makes for a great foaming agent in different personal care products. As we mentioned, many of the same recipes can be created with any of these. However, your recipes will have individual elements added to them based on the one you use.

These three surfactants are great for making all kinds of homemade bath products. Some of the different ones include bath truffles, bubble scoops, and body scrubs. Although SLSA can be used as an alternative to both SCI and SLS, we wanted to share some of their differences. SCI has qualities in it that benefit the skin. Products that are made with SCI tend to have more moisturizing elements in them than those made with SLS or SLSA. One example of this is in bubble bars. Compared to other surfactants, a bubble bar made with SCI is going to make your skin feel more softened and silky smooth after taking a bath. However, a bubble bar made with SLSA is going to create a lot more lather and extra bubbles for your bath compared to the others. The surfactant you choose to use depends on what you are looking for. If you want more of a bubbly bath, SLSA will provide that.

Recipes That Can Be Made with SLSA

In order to give all of you a realistic idea of what to expect with this product, we created some new recipes to showcase it. We will be selling SLSA in two different size options, a 16 ounce package and a ten pound package. For this blog, we have prepared three recipes to share with you. There is the Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub, the Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs, and the Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars. Each one of these were made using the Natures Garden Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil, which is a perfect blend of fresh fruit and wine. This is one of our best selling fragrances. We are super excited to get to show you how you can create these recipes too!

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sparkling Sangria Body ScrubRecipes You Can Make with SLSA: Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub

The first recipe we are sharing with you is our Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub. This luxurious product is going to make your skin feel wonderfully moisturized and exfoliated. We used enriching ingredients such as mango butter, avocado oil, jojoba oil, palm oil, and coconut oil 76. The mango butter has properties that provide softness to the skin as well as moisturizing qualities. This is a popular product in many of our recipes such as lip balms, lip glosses, lotions, and scrubs for this reason.

The moisturizing quality of avocado oil makes it such a common ingredient in recipes for soap, lotions, massage oils, and scrubs. The jojoba oil contributes to lather and also contains moisturizing properties. The palm oil gives this scrub a nice creamy lather, while the coconut oil produces a nice bubbly lather. All of these ingredients mixed together make up this wonderfully exfoliating body scrub. Mixing up different oils, butters, fragrances, and more can create variety within your products, which is important. We tested out the SLSA in this product to add to the variety in our recipes. This surfactant makes this more of a foaming body scrub, as opposed to some of our other scrubs. Additionally, it adds significantly to the lather and application to the surfaces of the body. It can also help treat any patches of dry skin that you may have because of the SLSA it contains.

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Shimmer Bath BombsRecipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs

The second recipe that we made using Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate are these Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs. Our new product is perfect for making bath bombs. Some of the other bath bombs on the Natures Garden website use SCI. As you know, we switched that up in this recipe. The purpose of using a bath bomb for most people is to watch the bath bomb fizz. When the SLSA is added into a bath bomb recipe, it will fizz AND foam. What could be better than that? These will let you experience a bubble bath in a brand new way and they are simple to make. We love them!

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Sparkle Bubble BarsRecipes You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars

Our last recipe to share is these Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars. Who does not love to take a nice, relaxing bath after having a long day? These bubble bars are the perfect product to help you to a night of relaxation. To use the sangria bubble bars, run a couple under warm bath water. They will start foaming immediately. We love these bubble bars because of the bubbles they provide. Unlike bath products made with SCI, these have much more lather to them! This is because SLSA is a surfactant that has more of a foaming quality to it. Therefore, the products made with it are also more foamy and bubbly. These will give you one of the most relaxing baths you have ever had!

More Fun with SLSA

We have covered some of the benefits of SLSA, but this page gives you the full run down. We also found a blog page that is super helpful when it comes to learning different ways you can make bath bombs. The website is actually called How to Make Bath Bombs! This specific recipe is written by a user named KCAT, who attempts to duplicate a very popular bath bomb recipe. In this step by step recipe, she used SLSA to create her bath bomb, just like we did!

We hope that you enjoyed learning all there is to know about SLSA with us and the different ways it can be used! If you try out any of the recipes that we mentioned today, we would love to hear how they turned out for you. Reach out to us on social media to share your results!

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Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is always the responsibility of our customers. If you plan to resell any of the recipes that we provide, it is also your responsibility to follow all FDA regulations. We, at Natures Garden, cannot offer any advice on where to buy the products and ingredients that are listed in our recipes if they are not sold by Natures Garden. When you use Natures Garden 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 encounter with the finished products.

Nov
14

Olive Oil in Soap Making


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Olive Oil PomaceOlive Oil in Soap Making

At Natures Garden we have many different methods for soap making, which we like to share with our customers through website descriptions, recipes, pictures, and videos. You can hot process soap, cold process soap, or make melt and pour soap, as some examples. We also sell many different waxes, butters, and oils that you can use to make your soap. For instance, we have Joy Wax, Pillar of Bliss Wax, Shea butter, cocoa butter, castor oil, and what we will be discussing today: olive oil. You will be learning a lot about our Pomace Olive Oil and how to use olive oil in soap making. There are so many recipes on our website that use this product, which we will introduce you to. Whether you are trying this method out for the first time, or you are an experienced master at it, there is a lot to learn!

Pomace Olive Oil

Using olive oil in soap making is actually a very common method. It is generally the number one oil used in most soap makers’ recipes! This oil is easily available, easy to use, and highly beneficial, which is why it is so common. Pomace olive oil is both thick and rich in texture. It has a greener shade than some other olive oils out there that are more yellow in color. Extra virgin olive oil and Grade A oils are made from the pits of olives that go through solvent extraction. Once there have been multiple pressings and extractions, what is left over is what makes up the pomace grade olive oil.

There are multiple reasons that this is such a common ingredient in soap making. Many essential fatty acids are present in olive oil including palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic, and linolenic. Olive oil is rich in antioxidants and these ingredients provide benefits for the hair and the scalp when used in shampoo. They help promote health of the scalp, treat dry scalp, and can treat hair loss. It boosts hair growth because it massages and increases blood flow to the hair follicles as well. There are additional benefits that olive oil provides to the skin. It is incredibly moisturizing, which makes it a popular element of massage oils. Olive oil is used to make bars of soap that are a good hard texture. You can also use olive oil to make lip balms, scrubs, lotions, and more!

Castile Soap

Castile is one type of soap that is made from 100% olive oil. This type of soap contains only olive oil, lye, and water. There are many benefits to using this product. A major benefit of soap containing olive oil is that they are great for sensitive skin and dry skin. Castile soap is typical to use on babies because they have sensitive skin and this type of soap is highly conditioning and super gentle. Olive oil gives soap a moisturizing texture, nourishes and restores skin by making it feel extra smooth. Different kinds of soap have certain properties about them. Castile is made with 100% olive oil, which means it is not a cleansing soap. Other types of soap blend a few types of oils to balance out different properties, such as cleansing and conditioning. Bastille soap, for example, blends separate oils together to do this.

Bastille Soap

Another type of soap made from olive oil is called Bastille Soap. Unlike Castile soap, which is made with 100% olive oil, Bastille is made up of 75%. The olive oil is mixed with other oils as well, including coconut oil and castor oil. It is made up of water, lye, olive oil (75%), coconut oil 76 (20%), and castor oil (5%). As previously mentioned, olive oil is highly conditioning but not cleansing. Coconut oil is highly cleansing, but not conditioning, which causes this soap to balance itself out. The castor oil is high in conditioning, bubbly lather, and creamy lather. This helps the soap bubble better, have a softer texture for your skin, and nourishes dry skin. Without this balance, your soap could leave your skin dry and dehydrated. We have a list of soaping oil properties that you can help you understand the properties of soaping oils.

Marseille Soap

A third type of soap that contains olive oil is called Marseille. This type must contain at least 72% olive oil. Marseille soap is composed of some other vegetable oils, palm oil, and coconut oil. Palm oil adds hardness and creamy lathering properties to this soap, balancing out the conditioning of the olive oil. There are also benefits such that it is an anti-bacterial and it being a very gentle type of soap, which are both bonuses for your skin. This soap can also be used in shampoos, shaving soaps, and shower gels. There are many other products that it can be used to create as well, like laundry detergent, a jewelry cleaner, or a detergent for your dishwasher. Now we will get into some recipes from Natures Garden that contain olive oil that we would like to share with you!

Cold Process Soap Making Class

We are going to be mentioning some of our recipes that use olive oil and are cold processed soap. Before we begin, we would suggest taking a look at our FREE class for making cold process soap. If you are unfamiliar with this process and would like to gain a better understanding of it before attempting it yourself, this class can help with that. Cold process soap is made with fresh lye, which can be highly dangerous if it is not handled properly. Lye is used to make all soap and you need to be sure that you are taking the proper precautions. This is why it is important to educate yourself about the ingredients that you will be working with.

Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process SoapRecipes with Olive Oil: Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap

We would like to talk about using olive oil to make cold process soap. This is our handcrafted recipe for Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process soap. This will provide you with four pounds of soap. In this recipe you are going to combine the olive oil with palm oil, coconut oil 76, fractionated coconut oil, castor oil, safflower oil, and Shea butter. Most soaps combine several oils with butters just like this one does. This mixture creates the soft and moisturizing properties that customers desire in soap and other products. The perfect blue swirls in this cold processed soap make the finished product look so beautiful. Another bonus is that it smells delicious because it is made with our Blueberry Cheesecake fragrance oil. This handcrafted cp soap recipe is unique in that we have used milk instead of water for a portion of our lye solution.

Doggy Shampoo Cold Process SoapRecipes with Olive Oil: Doggy Shampoo Cold Process Soap

This is such a fun recipe that anyone out there can create. We actually got this recipe idea when we saw cute cupcakes with dogs on them and thought we could turn it into soap! You will be able to get three doggy shampoo soaps out of this. They make the perfect addition to your shower routine and can also add something cute to your bathroom counter or shower shelf. It can be a cute gift to give to a friend as well.

This creation uses coconut oil 76, palm oil, castor oil, fractionated coconut oil, and of course, the olive oil. The combination of each of these oils makes this soap into a buttery, smooth texture. The overall product definitely has a strong conditioning component added to it by the olive oil. Our Sage Leaf Fragrance Oil adds scent to it, which is reminiscent of fresh sage leaves. You can also switch this recipe up and make it your own by shaping the dog however you want, or by adding different FUN soap colorants if you would like to.

Other Recipes That Use Olive Oil

Although olive oil is very common when making cold process soap, it can be used for other things as well. Many of our other homemade recipes use it as well, other than those with soap making. We have a large variety of these listed on our website, but the possibilities are endless when you have the creativity! The ones that we are going to be talking about today are our Black Cherry Bath Bomb and Fruity Rings Sugar Scrub.

Black Cherry BombBlack Cherry Bath Bomb

Taking a bath from time to time can be relaxing and rejuvenating to the body and the mind. You might even enjoy adding a bubbly bath bomb to the hot water. We have created many of these on our website with multiple fragrance oils, other types of oils, powders, and soap colorants to give them some color. To create your bubbly bath, hold the bath bomb underneath the hot water as you are filling up the tub. It will begin disintegrating, fizzing, and forming into a swirling bubble bath full of color and a strong, yummy scent. This recipe uses one of the Natures Garden original fragrances and this one is one of our top sellers: Black Cherry BOMB. It has a VERY strong scent of black cherry that is sweet but not overly sweet.

To make this, you will mix the olive oil in with the fragrance oil and the castor oil. These ingredients will moisturize your skin when you are taking a bath using this bath bomb. There are some dry ingredients that contribute to the softening of the skin and provide other benefits as well. The Beet Root Powder gives the pink and red color to the bath bomb and provides multiple nutrients such as beta carotene, vitamins B5, B1, and C. It also contains selenium, potassium, phosphorous, glycine, tyrosine, zinc, magnesium, and tryptophan. Bentonite Clay Powder helps clean skin impurities, helps with oily skin, and in this case, makes the bath bomb harder and more durable in order to disintegrate better. This recipe makes five large bath bombs, which lasts for a while!

Fruity Ring Sugar ScrubFruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub

This Fruity Rings Sugar Scrub recipe will make eight 4 ounce jars of product, which is a lot! The directions are simple to follow, and the results will definitely leave your skin feeling silky smooth and rejuvenated. To make this scrub, combine the olive oil with sweet almond oil, cocoa butter deodorized, Shea butter, beeswax, and the emulsifying wax. Each one of these ingredients will help to create a sugar scrub that moisturizes exceptionally and thoroughly nourishes the skin on a deeper level.

Shea butter actually contains many of the same essential fatty acids that olive oil does. It has palmitic, stearic, linoleic, and oleic. We use Shea butter in many of our products because it has the perfect texture for loads of recipes. We use it to make lip gloss, lip balms, and many bath and body products including lotion, body scrubs, and of course, soap. When it is used to make soap, it can add really great conditioning and creamy lathering properties to it. There are some added aesthetic benefits to this sugar scrub as well, which we all love. It has a rainbow look to it when placed in the jar in layers, and give off the delicious scents of lemon, verbena, vanilla sugar, and grapefruit that flow wonderfully together!

All of the recipes we have mentioned in this blog are our very own and have all been handmade. We hope that you have enjoyed getting to learn more about pomace olive oil and how useful it can be for your soap making!

Dec
12

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits


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Macadamia Nut Oil BenefitsMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits

There are tons of great ways that you can use a wonderful cosmetic oil. Not only are these types of oils great for moisturizing the skin, but they are essential for making effective homemade cosmetics. But, the oils that you choose depend on the type of product you want to create and the properties that you need it to possess. Each of these oils have unique properties that can add some extra benefits to your recipes. There are so many different properties that a good cosmetic oil can provide. So, we would like to share with you some of the macadamia nut oil benefits for your body and products.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits For Your Homemade Products

Your bath and body products will change based on the different oils that you include in the recipe, so you can create unique products that perform exactly how you need. This cosmetic oil has quite a few wonderful properties for your homemade products. Adding some macadamia nut oil to any of your bath and body recipes will add some amazing properties to your products. So, let’s talk about some properties that this carrier oil can provide to your various bath and body recipes.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits For Making Your Own SoapMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits For Making Your Own Soap

First of all, you can create your own soap from scratch with this skin-loving oil. This wonderful cosmetic oil can be used to make soap that is more conditioning and moisturizing than a typical bar of soap. Further, adding Macadamia Nut Oil to your soap can add some hardness to the bar and create a creamier lather. Also, macadamia nut oil will be absorbed into the skin easily. This means that the soap won’t leave a greasy feel on your skin. Further, it has been reported that this oil is perfect for rejuvenating older skin. If you want to try this cosmetic oil, we used this cosmetic oil in our Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe and our Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Lip Care ProductsMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Lip Care Products

Another great way for you to use this wonderful cosmetic oil is creating homemade lip care products. Macadamia Nut Oil is a perfect addition to your lip care products, as this oil is perfect for moisturizing. First, this cosmetic oil will be absorbed by the lips easily and will be able to nourish and protect your lips. Also, this oil will contribute to your product having an amazingly smooth glide, which allows these softening oils to care for and protect your lips. If you would like to try this oil for yourself, then you can test out our Mango Madness Lip Balm Recipe.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Creating LotionMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Creating Lotion

Additionally, you can perfectly use this cosmetic oil to create amazing homemade body lotion. In fact, you can create lotion that is luscious and moisturizing. Further, the cosmetic oil will sink deep down into your sink.  Not only will you not have a greasy layer on your skin, but the oil will be able to provide nourishment to deeper layers of your skin.  You can try out this lovely cosmetic oil by using either our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe or our Glamour Girl Lotion Recipe. Another option you have for creating some delightful skin care is our Almond Body Cream Recipe.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Homemade Facial ProductsMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Homemade Facial Products

Also, you can use this cosmetic oil to create some amazing products for your face. This lovely cosmetic oil is perfect for moisturizing your skin. Further, the oil is sensitive enough to be used on the face without causing any issues. Since this is a light cosmetic oil, it won’t clog your pores or lead to any break outs. Plus, this cosmetic oil has been known to be amazing for helping to deal with acne breakouts.  So, this delightful oil will help to rejuvenate you skin and will leave you with a healthier complexion. If you would like to try out a facial recipe with this cosmetic oil, then you can try out our Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Homemade ConditionerMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Making Homemade Conditioner

Plus, you can create some wonderful hair care products with this luxurious cosmetic oil. This luscious cosmetic ingredient is perfect for adding to your recipes for hair conditioner or even deep conditioning hair masks. With macadamia nut oil, your homemade hair care recipes will be able to protect your hair from damage and split ends. Plus, this cosmetic oil will help you to moisturize and nourish each strand of hair from root to end.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Bath Bombs and Bubble BarsMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Bath Bombs and Bubble Bars

Another great way to use this lovely cosmetic oil is to create bath products, like bath bombs or bubble bars. This oil will care for your skin and add the conditioning properties that these recipes need. While these products are fun, fizzy, and gorgeous, you need to make sure that your skin is well cared for, too. This cosmetic oil will condition and nourish your skin, so you can sit back to enjoy your creation! Also, you can try out a few of our bath products that include this cosmetic oil, which are the Sugar Plum Bath Bomb Recipe and the Blackberry Bling Bling Bubble Bar Recipe.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits For Your Body

Of course, your bath and body creations will need to be able to care for your body in some sort of way. You will only have amazing products if they are able to moisturize, nourish, or rejuvenate the body. Otherwise, your homemade recipes won’t be need, regardless of how pretty they may be. Luckily, macadamia nut oil is a perfect cosmetic oil for caring for your body. So, since this cosmetic oil will provide your products with some amazing benefits, that is why we are going to share the wonderful benefits that this macadamia nut oil can provide for your body!

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Moisturizing the Skin

Of course, this carrier oil is perfect for conditioning dry, cracked skin. This fabulous oil is perfect for calming dry skin and leaving your body feeling soft and moisturize. Not only will macadamia nut oil provide your skin with nutrients, but it is sure to absorb quickly into the deepest layers of the skin. This means that the oil will sink deep down and nourish the skin. Plus, the lovely oil won’t leave a greasy feeling on the skin. So, you won’t have to wait a long time for macadamia nut oil to begin to nourish your skin.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Preventing Wrinkles

You can also use this lovely cosmetic oil to reduce certain signs of aging.  Since macadamia nut oil is perfect for nourishing your skin, this cosmetic oil will care for your skin by rejuvenating the collagen. This collagen helps holds the shape of your skin and nourishing this part of the skin will help to reduce and smooth wrinkles and fine lines. So, including this skin nourishing oil in your daily skin care will help to make your skin look healthy and beautiful.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Helping With Acne

Plus, this wonderful cosmetic oil is great for those that are dealing with acne break outs. Macadamia nut oil will provide your skin with linoleic acid, which has been said to help with reducing acne. Some dermatologists have found that lack of this nutrient can result in a higher chance for acne and break outs. Plus, even severe acne has been know to be helped by increasing this specific nutrient. So, using this cosmetic oil in your typical facial care regimen may help regulate your imbalance and prevent break outs.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Reducing Scars

You can use reduce any noticeable scars with the nourishment of this cosmetic oil. Since the lovely macadamia nut oil contains various nutrients, it is perfect for rejuvenating your scarred skin. While scars will fade naturally overtime, adding the nutrients that your skin needs can help to speed up this process. So, adding a cosmetic oil that has a high concentration of nutrients will help you fade these marks more quickly.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Gentle Makeup Removal

Also, you can use this lovely cosmetic oil to remove stubborn makeup from underneath your eyes and around your face. Macadamia nut oil is gentle enough to use around your eyes and will still remove all your left over makeup. Plus, this it will moisturize and nourish your skin to provide you with a clean, healthy looking face. So, this cosmetic oil is perfect for cleaning up and conditioning your face.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Preventing Razor Burn

Another way that this oil can be useful is by preventing razor burn while you’re shaving. Macadamia nut oil is perfect for protecting your skin as you shave. So, you will be less likely to get scrapes, bumps, or burns. Further, you can use this cosmetic oil after your shave. This will soothe your skin to help prevent any irritation from your razor. So, you can have smooth, hairless skin without the draw backs of irritated skin!

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Your Face

Plus, this cosmetic oil is wonderful for moisturizing your face. This cosmetic oil is similar to the natural oils, sebum, that your body produces, so it is perfect for adding to your dry skin. Further, the similarity allows you to moisturize this sensitive skin without clogging your pores or irritating your facial skin. So, this cosmetic oil is perfect for rejuvenating your face and creating a healthy glow.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Conditioning Your Hair

Of course, this wonderful cosmetic oil is perfect for moisturizing and nourishing your hair. Macadamia nut oil is full of nutrients that are amazing for your hair care. This carrier oil will add nutrients that will soften and protect each strand of hair. So, adding this ingredient to your hair care routine will lead to healthier looking, beautiful hair!

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Protecting Your Locks

Another great benefit that macadamia nut oil has for your hair is preventing damage. This oil will reinforce each individual strand of hair to help make your hair stronger. So, this oil will really benefit anyone with brittle or damaged hair. This cosmetic oil is especially beneficial for hair that has been damaged from either heat or chemicals. While you want your hair to be gorgeous, eventually your hair will need some extra care. Further, this cosmetic oil would be perfect for those that want to grow their hair long, as this oil will help prevent your hair from breaking.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits for Reducing Frizzy Hair

Plus, you can use the macadamia nut oil to help you reduce frizzy hair and fly away hairs. Adding this lovely cosmetic oil to your homemade hair care products is a perfect remedy for fixing rough, frizzy hair. The nutrients in this lovely oil will help reduce frizzy hair, as this will provide your hair with the nutrients that would protect and care for your locks.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits: Delicious Recipes

Not only is Macadamia Nut Oil wonderful for the outside of your body, but you can benefits form eating this cosmetic oil, too. While our cosmetic oils aren’t food grade and can’t be used in food recipes, Macadamia Nut Oil is healthy and delicious. You can try out some recipes with Macadamia Nut Oil on the Yummly article Macadamia Nut Oil Recipes.

Macadamia Nut Oil Benefits: Contact UsMacadamia Nut Oil Benefits: Contact Us

We hope that you enjoy this lovely cosmetic oil in your homemade bath and body creations. If you would like to share your favorite ways to use Macadamia Nut Oil in your products, then you can easily find us on social media. We are on Twitter and Instagram @ngscents. Also, you can talk to us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Hope to hear from you soon!

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

Jun
19

Best Honey Fragrance Oils


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Best Honey Fragrance OilsBest Honey Fragrance Oils

This list of the Best Honey Fragrance Oils is full of great Natures Garden fragrance oils. These honey fragrances vary from the pure honey original scent to the complex scent with sweet honey notes mixed in. Regardless of the type of scent that you are looking for, we should have one that you enjoy. Once you do, you can use your favorite honey fragrance oil to create some yummy products, like some honey scented body spray. So, start looking for your favorite scent!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Fragrance Oil

First, we would like to present to your the scent of pure honey! Our Honey Fragrance Oil is a sweet, natural aroma that is perfect for soaps or cosmetics. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a honey aroma that is sweet, yet slightly bitter. A fantastic natural aroma to add to your products. Also ,this scent is great for soy candles. You can use this  pure honey fragrance by itself, or for mixing creative new scents for your product line.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Fragrance Oil Soap

This is a perfect honey fragrance oil for soap! First, this fragrance oil perform very well in soap with no acceleration, no separation, no ricing, and no discoloration. Furthermore, this soaping scent leaves behind a warm, floral honey scent that sticks to your cured soaps.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this scent works perfectly in homemade candles! We recommend using a candle color that compliments this warm, honey scent. So, we suggest using two drops orange plus one drop  of yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded orange and yellow color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Fragrance Oil RecipeSince this fragrance oil is great for candles, the Honeycomb Candle Recipe would be a perfect use for this scent. This recipe uses both beeswax and gel wax to look like a honeycomb surrounded by pure, liquid honey.

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honeycomb Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Honeycomb Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out our delicious Honeycomb Fragrance Oil in your homemade craft recipes. This honey fragrance by Natures Garden is like a springtime garden in bloom. This classic floral fragrance opens with notes of Rose petals, Geranium and velvety violets surrounded by sweet honey nectar and orchard fruits. This floral and sweet honey scent is a perfect twist on our natural honey fragrance oil.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honeycomb Fragrance Oil Soap

This is is one of the best fragrance oils for making honey soaps! This soaping fragrance performs perfectly, as it has no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Plus, the final scent is strong and awesome!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honeycomb Fragrance Oil Candle

Since this fragrance is a honey candle scent, it makes sense that the color would be yellow. So, we have a plan to create a bright, happy yellow color for your Honeycomb Candles. If you want  to follow our suggestion, then use three drops of orange with one drop of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of an orange and yellow color block into your melted wax.

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honeycomb Fragrance Oil RecipeAlso, you can create the Honeycomb Soap Recipe! This fun recipe uses melt and pour soap to create bars of soap that have a honeycomb appearance on one side. Plus, the aroma is perfect for creating this honey themed soap! So, your handmade soaps can smell and look like a honeycomb!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Bunny Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Bunny Fragrance Oil

Another kind of honey aroma you can try is our Honey Bunny Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden opens with sparkling notes of bergamot, sweet orange, and crisp apple; followed by rich, golden honey nectar, toffee bits, and soft white musk mingling together to create a sweet treat that is as natural as sunshine. So, this happy and sweet scent would make a great choice for homemade products.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Bunny Fragrance Oil Soap

This honey scent for soap is wonderful for making cp soap. This lovely scent smells great in the finished product, as it is nice and strong. Plus, the batch will performs well without acceleration, ricing, or separation!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Bunny Fragrance Oil Candle

Of course, this a honey scented candle will look perfect in yellow! So, we suggest using yellow to scent your Honey Bunny scented candle. Use two drops orange and a single drop of yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded orange and yellow color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Bunny Fragrance Oil Recipe

One perfect way to use this skin safe fragrance oil is our Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Recipe. Not only will this product disinfect your hands, but it will leave you with a lovely scent. So, you are sure to love this body product!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil

Our Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil fragrance is amazingly true to its name. At Natures Garden we are always looking for creative, unique, and true-to- life fragrance oils. Our sweet honey and oat fragrance is simply amazing! This fragrant oil has some mouth-watering notes of oatmeal and sweet cream butter, cinnamon, raisins, and honey, with notes of vanilla, brown sugar, and maple. So, this sweet scent is sure to be a hit in your homemade creations.

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil Soap

One great idea for scenting soap is our Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance because it performs very well for the cold process method. There is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Plus, the scent is crazy strong!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil Candle

Plus, you can create some lovely candles with this scent. This sweet, calming aroma would go nicely with a pale yellow color. So, we think this candle should use two drops of yellow plus a tiny bit of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a yellow and brown color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil Recipe

Not only is our Oatmeal Butter Honey Soap Recipe scented with a sweet, honey fragrance, but this melt and pour soap recipe contains real honey! One of the melt and pour soap bases we use for this soap include honey, which can be quite beneficial for you skin!

 

 Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a perfect scent for room scents, bath products, or body creations. This scent is so delicious that you are going to want to put it in everything! Our Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance Oil is the incredibly sexy aroma of raw honey, cocoa butter, and chocolate. This a scent blend takes the sweet, natural scent of honey to a whole new level of scrumptious! Try it out in your own creations!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance Oil soap

This scrumptious aroma makes for a very nice soap scent! It is sweet, delicious, and holds on the finished soap. Plus, the fragrance performs very well with no acceleration, no ricing, no separation.

 

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance Oil Candles

Another amazing way to use this chocolate and honey aroma is in scented candles! This scent is strong in candles with its cocoa honey aroma, so we would suggest a golden yellow candle color. This can be done by using two drops of brown and two drops of yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown and yellow color block per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Vanilla Love Dust Fragrance Oil Recipe

One fun way to use this scrumptious scent is the Scented Markers Recipe! This recipe takes plain, regular markers and turns them into super fun scented markers! Each color has a different scent and this scent would be perfect for the yellow marker! So, check out one of your next easy craft ideas for kids and get coloring!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Nectarine and Honey Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Nectarine and Honey Fragrance Oil

Also, we have even more honey based scents you can choose from. This sumptuous fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a blend of citrus notes, nectarine, honey and delicate white florals that will soothe and pamper your senses. Plus, there are fragrant rose and fresh air musks that add to the calming serenity that is this fragrance oil. Further, this scent is an NG Original Fragrance!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Nectarine and Honey Fragrance Oil Soap

Not only is this fragrance a relaxing and perfect bath scent, but this fragrant oil works very well in soap! The batch has no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Plus, the scent has been found to remain very strong.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Nectarine and Honey Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, you can use this sweet and calming scent to create a relaxing room scenting candle. If you choose to use this scent in candles, we recommend using three drops of yellow along with one drop of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a yellow color block and an orange color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Nectarine and Honey Fragrance Oil Recipe

Not only does this lovely soap recipe use this lovely honey aroma, but the Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap Recipe uses real, pure honey! This has been know to be very good for the skin as it moisturizes, protects against sun damage, and promotes wound healing. So, honey would make a perfect addition to cp soap!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Almond Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

Next, we have another different kind of honey fragrance. Our Honey Almond Fragrance Oil is rich,sweet, and just yummy! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich, nutty blend of sweet, golden honey and buttery almond with just a touch of fruit. So, this scent would make a nice bath or body product scent. For example, this fragrance would create a perfect homemade honey almond lotion or honey almond body wash!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Almond Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This honey fragrance is a perfect soap scent! Not only does this fragrance perform perfectly, but this scent is very strong in a cured soap! While there is some discoloration, the color of your cured soap pairs well with this sweet honey aroma.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Almond Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this lovely honey almond scent would make a perfect room scents! This honey scent would pair perfectly with a pretty yellow candle. This candle should have three drops of yellow liquid candle dye along with a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye and a tiny bit of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a yellow, orange, and brown color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Honey Almond Fragrance Oil Recipe

One creative way to use this lovely scent is our Peeps Bunny Bath Bombs Recipe. This recipe uses a different kind of bath bomb mold to create bath bombs that are a bit more creative! This is the best bath bomb recipe for those that enjoy fun, vivid bath bombs! These little peeps bunnies are not only great for Easter time, but they are fun year round!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a relaxing scent that is one of our best sellers! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect for making calming bath and body products that smell lovely. Plus, the Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil has a wonderful fresh aroma of hawthorne, with nuances of creamy French vanilla, soy milk and a base note of nutty almond.

 

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil Soap

This scent performs perfectly in cold process soaps! There is no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing. Plus, the discoloration is almost unnoticeable. Further, the scent remains strong in the finished soap and truly is a wonderful soap scent.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this light aroma is great for scented candles for the home! This Oatmeal Milk and Honey aroma would be perfect with a soft colored candle. Plus, you’d only need one drop of brown and a small amount of orange and yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown, orange and yellow color blocks per four pounds of wax to create the perfect candle hue for this scent.

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil SoapOur Oatmeal Milk Honey Cold Process Soap Recipe uses real oats and real honey to create a perfect and natural soap. Plus, these real ingredients complement the Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil very well! Thus, this combination creates a wonderful soap that is moisturizing and cares for your skin!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil CrayonsAlso, this fragrance oil works very well in the Crayon Soap Recipe! This recipe is a fun idea for kids that is perfect for answer the question of how to make bath time fun for toddlers. Coloring in the tub is a perfect idea!

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil

This next scent is more complex, but still uses sweet honey notes. Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil is a gingerbread house scent that deserved a more complex name.This fragrance is simply amazing; beginning with top notes of orange, lemon, and bergamot; middle notes of ginger, nutmeg, honey, and clove; and well-balanced with base notes of vanilla bean and cocoa.

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil Candle

This strong scent would be perfect for candles! The spice notes and sweet notes blend together perfectly to create an amazing scented candle!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil Recipe

One fun way that you could use this scent is our Scented Christmas Card Recipe! Not only will your homemade Christmas cards be cute, but they will smell perfect for the holidays. Send those you love something happy and easy to create!

 Happy Birthday Vanilla Cupcake Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Happy Birthday Vanilla Cupcake Fragrance Oil

You are going to just love our Happy Birthday Vanilla Cupcake fragrance oil! This sweet aroma begins with top notes of creme fraiche, lemon and butter; followed by middle notes of honey and buttercream; and well rounded with base notes of vanilla bean and powdered sugar. This scent is absolutely amazing!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Happy Birthday Vanilla Cupcake Fragrance Oil Soap

This super sweet scent is perfect for soaps! There is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  Plus, this cupcake aroma is nice in cp soap. So, go ahead and scent your cupcake soap with a perfect birthday scent it’ll turn out gorgeous!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Happy Birthday Vanilla Cupcake Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this scent will work perfectly in homemade candles. This vanilla cupcake fragrance is strong and would go super well with a candle the shade of a cupcake bottom. So, use one drop of  yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded yellow color block per four pounds of wax to make this cute candle combo.

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance OilBest Honey Fragrance Oils Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance Oil

Also, our Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance Oil is a complex scent with the sweetness of honey added in. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a mystical, exotic, complex fragrance layered with just the right balance of the following notes:  Blood orange, white jasmine, golden honey, orange blossom, black currant, peach, grapefruit, bergamot, magnolia, orchid, freesia, muguet lily, cognac, light patchouli, white amber, myrrh, and white musk. It is definitely an interesting scent!

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance Oil Soap

This fragrance oil soaps very well! There is no acceleration, no separation, no ricing, and no discoloration. Plus, the scent is nice after the soaps cure. So, this complex aroma would be very nice in soaps!

 

 

Best Honey Fragrance Oils Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, you can create a unique room scent with this fragrance oil. This complex fragrance would pair nicely with a candle that uses three drops orange with three drops of yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded orange and yellow color block per four pounds of wax.

Jun
12

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm


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Best Flavor Oils for Lip BalmBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm

When you are making your own lip balm that flavoring you choose is pretty important. A great one can take your creation to a whole new level of awesome. However, a bad flavoring can really bring down a great lip balm recipe. So, we at Natures Garden recognize the importance of this ingredient and want to help out. You can use this blog to discover the Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm that you will find!

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Cotton Candy Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Cotton Candy Flavoring Oil

Try out a wonderful flavoring oil that is absolutely delicious. It has the aroma of freshly made cotton candy. This sweet and sugary flavoring oil is perfect for those with a sweet tooth and is sure to make your bath and body product smell irresistible!

 

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Cotton Candy Flavoring Oil RecipeOf course, we tried out this flavoring in our Cotton Candy Lip Balm Recipe because it is a perfect flavoring for lip care. Not only will your lips become soft, but they will smell like sweet, fluffy cotton candy!

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Frozen Margarita Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Frozen Margarita Flavoring Oil

Try out the delicious Frozen Margarita Flavoring Oil and you are sure to enjoy the scent. The aroma of this flavoring is of mouth watering lime margarita. So, this flavor oil is perfect for those looking for a fun way to sweeten your products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Frozen Margarita Flavoring Oil Recipe

Not only is this flavor oil great for lip care, but it works perfectly in our Natural Flavored Lubricant Recipe. This recipe is easy to create and tastes great, perfect combination!

 Flavoring-BubblegumBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Bubblegum Flavoring Oil

Pop open a bottle of this flavoring oil and get ready for some sweetness. This flavor oil is perfect for adding the scent of juicy bubblegum to your products. This flavoring oil is perfect for lip care, massage oils, and so much more!

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Bubblegum Flavoring Oil RecipeOne recipe that pairs nicely with this flavoring is the Lip Scrub for Lip Balm Sticks Recipe. This lip care product is perfect for soothing dry, cracked lips and even leaves behind the flavor of tasty bubblegum.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Watermelon Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Watermelon Flavoring Oil

Next, try out a juicy flavor that is sure to work perfectly in your edible products. This flavor oil has the aroma of a juicy piece of fresh cut watermelon. So, this true fruit flavor is perfect for creating lip balm!

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Watermelon Flavoring Oil RecipeSo, this flavoring oil is perfect for the Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe. This recipe uses a natural colorant along with the juicy watermelon taste of this amazing flavoring.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring Oil

This sweet flavoring oil is perfect for your homemade creations! The Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring Oil has the taste of the same blue raspberry slushies served at the theatre. This true to life aroma is just like a cold, blue raspberry slushie! This delicious scent is sure to improve your products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring Oil RecipeWith a little help from this scrumptious flavoring, the Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe is irresistible! This recipe is perfect for softening, exfoliating, and providing a sweet slushie flavor.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Tropical Paradise Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Tropical Paradise Flavoring Oil

Now, take a peek at a tropical fruit flavoring that is perfect for lip care. The Tropical Paradise Flavoring Oil has an aroma of exotic tropical fruits including coconut, pineapple, goji berries, dragon fruit, star fruit, papaya, mango, and kumquat that tastes delicious!

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Tropical Paradise Flavoring Oil Recipe

A great way to use this fun, tropical flavoring oil is the Silky Lip Butter Recipe. This lip care product is softening and perfect for keeping your lips protected. Plus, the tropical flavor adds to the amazing product.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring Oil

This flavoring oil is strong and delicious. Open the bottle and… BOOM! There it is! The aroma is of ripened black bing cherries and it is absolutely scrumptious. This flavoring is perfect for creating irresistible and edible body products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring Oil RecipeFor example, this scent is perfect for the Sexy Edible Massage Bar Recipe. That’s right, flavorings aren’t just for lip balm. This massage bar is a deliciously scented product that is safe enough to eat and perfect for getting in the mood.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Kahlua Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Kahlua Flavoring Oil

The Kahlua Flavoring Oil would make a tasty addition to any of your products. This recipe is perfect for adding an awakening scent of coffee liquor and cream that is too good to pass up! This coffee flavor is sweet, delicious, and perfect for homemade creations.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm French Vanilla Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm French Vanilla Flavoring Oil

Next, we have the creamy aroma of scrumptious French vanilla. This delicious flavoring has an aroma of rich, creamy French vanilla that is perfect for creating lip products that taste great!

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm French Vanilla Flavoring Oil RecipeThis lip balm uses natural butters and oils to create a recipe that is perfect for lip care. Plus, this recipe includes the rich French Vanilla aroma to add some sweet flavor. So, the Avocado Lip Balm Recipe is a great one to create!

 Flavoring-Monkey FartsBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Monkey Farts Flavoring Oil

This flavoring oil is perfect for creating delicious body product, like lip balm. The aroma of our famous Monkey Farts flavoring begins with top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit, middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries; with a hint of vanilla as a base note. So, this flavoring is a sweet scent that is perfect for homemade products.

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Monkey Farts Flavoring Oil Recipe

The tropical flavor of this flavoring is perfect for the Monkey Farts Lip Balm Recipe. Plus, this lip balm includes some pretty mica glitter! This recipe is wonderful for the lips and tastes great!

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring Oil

The Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring Oil is perfect for creating deliciously sweet body products. Of course, this flavor oil has an aroma of a creamy, buttercream cupcake. If you are looking for a delicious scent for lip balm, massage oils, body sprays, perfumes, bath/body products, and pet bath products, then this is a perfect choice for you.

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring OilThe Shea Butter Lip Balm Recipe combines the effectiveness of homemade lip balm with tasty aroma of this cupcake flavoring oil. This recipe creates lip balms that are perfect for your lips. Not only will this protect your lips from damage, but you will enjoy the taste!

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring Oil

Our Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring Oil is a tasty dessert flavoring. This aroma of is a rich, creamy cheesecake with syrupy strawberry topping running through the scent. This is perfect for adding a sweet flavor to your products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring Oil RecipeWe created the Strawberry Cheesecake Lip Balm Recipe with this flavor oil to create lip balm that tastes and looks like a cute, mini cheesecake! These are creative and smells just like you’d expect

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Vanilla Bean Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Vanilla Bean Flavoring Oil

Vanilla is a classic aroma that is loved by many. This flavoring oil is a classic vanilla flavor of true vanilla beans that is sweet and perfect. Those that enjoy classic vanilla scents will love this flavoring oil.

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Vanilla Bean Flavoring Oil RecipeAdding this sweet vanilla flavoring to our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe is a perfect idea! Plus, this recipe contains real honey. So, the aroma of this sweet blend will taste too good to be true!

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Guava Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Guava Flavoring Oil

Another great flavoring oil you could try out is this tropical fruit flavor. The Guava Flavoring Oil is a true to name scent with the aroma of freshly ripened guava fruit. So, this would be a scrumptious addition to your homemade body products!

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Guava Flavoring Oil Lip BalmFirst, this flavoring oil is a perfect choice for the Embedded Heart Lip Balm Recipe. This fruity flavor enhances these cute little lip balms by adding a flavor that is the sweet aroma of a real guava fruit.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Guava Flavoring Oil Massage Oil

This simple Flavored Massage Oil Recipe is perfect for a passionate massage with a loved one. The recipe uses safe ingredients that can be used anywhere along with a delicious scent of guava.

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil

Create some lip care products that are worth dying for with the Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil. This flavoring has the aroma similar to Hawaiian Punch. This delicious flavoring is perfect for adding some fun to your lip balm products or any other of your body creations.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil RecipeThe Kiss of Death Lip Venom Recipe has two wonderful ingredients that make it stand out against all the other lip balm recipes. First, of all this recipe is shimmery due to diamond dust mica! Plus, this lip balm includes the yummy Kiss of Death Flavoring Oil.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring Oil

The Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring Oil has a delicious taste that is perfect for creating yummy lip balm. The aroma of the flavoring is described to be just as rich and sweet as strawberry sorbet, which is why this recipe has been used in many of our lip care recipes.

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring Oil Lip Blam

 

The Bling Lip Gloss Recipe is a simple lip balm creation that is both delicious and perfect for lips that need some extra care. Plus, this recipe includes mica pigment to add some pretty shimmer and shine.

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring Oil Chunky Lip BalmOur Chunky Lip Balm Recipe is a fun twist for your typical lip balm creations. Not only does this idea add a bit of color, but the texture is altered a bit, as well. So, this recipe is fun and tasty!

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring Oil Vegan Lip BalmThe Vegan Silky Lip Balm Recipe incorporated this yummy flavoring into a cruelty free lip balm recipe. This recipe replaced beeswax with candelilla wax to provide vegans with a recipe for lip balm that everyone can enjoy!

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring Oil

This flavoring oils a perfect choice for chocolate lovers! This aroma is of creamy, chocolate fudge bon bons. So, this yummy flavor oil is perfect for creating products that are safe to enough to eat, like lip balm.

 

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring Oil RecipeThe Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe is perfect for exfoliating dead skin. Plus, this recipe will moisturize and protect the living skin. Not only is this lip scrub great for lip care, but it tastes like a chocolate treat!

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Mango Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Mango Flavoring Oil

Another perfect flavor for lip balm is the Mango Flavoring Oil. The aroma of this flavor oil is of a juicy, sweet mango that has freshly ripened. This delicious fruit flavoring is perfect for your creations.

 

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Mango Flavoring Oil RecipeThe Mango Madness Lip Balm Recipe is a perfect recipe for softening lips. This recipe uses amazing ingredients that will care for and protect lips. Also, the scent of juicy mangoes makes using this recipe delicious.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Green Apple Blast Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Green Apple Blast Flavoring Oil

Next, we have a refreshing scent that is perfect for lip care. This Green Apple Blast Flavoring Oil has the strong aroma of a tart, green apple with an extra blast of deliciousness. This apple flavored oil is a perfect fruit flavor for giving your products an extra touch of something yummy.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Green Apple Blast Flavoring Oil Recipe

The Green Apple Lip Balm Recipe is a perfect blend of tasty green apple flavor and amazing lip care. This recipe will be perfect for caring for your lips and protecting them from drying out.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Coconut Flavoring OilBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Coconut Flavoring Oil

The Coconut Flavoring Oil is a perfect aroma for creating refreshing body products. Plus, this soft, tropical scent is the sweet and delicious scent of fresh coconut that is perfect for body products!

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Coconut Flavoring Oil RecipeThe Crazy for Coconuts Lip Balm Recipe is very moisturizing and perfect for winter lip care.  This recipe uses quite a few long lasting oils that are perfect for maintaining soft lips in the winter time. Plus, this lip balm include the coconut flavoring!

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring OilsBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring Oil

Next, try out a spice flavoring that is delicious! The Horchata (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring Oils has an aroma of rich, spicy Mexican rice pudding. Plus, this aroma smells very similar to freshly baked cinnamon rolls. So, try out this tasty scent in your products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring Oils RecipeOne great recipe that you can make is the Lip Balm Recipe Without Beeswax. This recipe is perfect for vegans and nonvegans alike. This recipe excludes beeswax but maintains the integrity of a great lip balm.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Creme Brulee Flavoring OilsBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Creme Brulee Flavoring Oil

The Creme Brulee Flavoring Oils is a sweet dessert flavor that tastes great. As you would expect, this flavor oil has the aroma of rich, creamy creme brulee. So, fans of creme brulee are going to like this flavoring oil!

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Creme Brulee Flavoring Oils RecipeThe Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe was inspired by the real dessert. A creamy, white inside with the toasted topping was the effect we were striving to create. Plus, these little creme brulee creations have a lip scrub on top and lip balm on the bottom.

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Rootbeer Flavoring OilsBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Rootbeer Flavoring Oil

If you enjoy rootbeer lip balm, then you’re in luck! You can create your very own lip balm with this scent. The root beer Flavoring Oil is a sweet beverage scent that is perfect for adding a sweet scent to your body products.

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Rootbeer Flavoring Oils RecipeThe Vegan Lip Butter Recipe is perfect for lip care. The recipe is smooth, creamy, and perfect for your lips! Not only does this recipe keep your lips soft, but it tastes delicious.

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Orange Flavoring OilsBest Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Orange Flavoring Oil

Also, you can create delicious, citrus flavored lip balm with the Juicy Orange Flavoring Oil. This flavoring has the aroma of a fresh squeezed orange. This flavor is perfect for your lip balm and other body products.

 

 

 

Best Flavor Oils for Lip Balm Juicy Orange Flavoring Oils RecipeThis scent is perfect for your lip balm, such as the Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe. This recipe is sweet and perfect for your lips! Plus, the recipe is super easy to create! Perfect recipe for beginning lip balm crafters.

 

May
02

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit


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Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit

The Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit is a perfect kit for crafters looking for an effective homemade hair conditioner. This wonderful conditioner is a perfect recipe for a fun night of crafting as it’s not overly complicated and includes short, easy to follow instructions. As long as you are mindful of the temperatures to add and combine ingredients, this recipe will be a success! Plus, the kit comes with all of the ingredients you will need to create two whole bottles of your very own hair conditioner. Also, this recipe contains Optiphen Preservative, which is paraben and formaldehyde free, to safely keep this recipe fresh for longer use. Not only are the ingredients perfect for hair, but it leaves your hair soft and untangled with a long-lasting scent. Seriously, the Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil is a clean and energetic scent that lasts all day long. So, take a chance on this recipe to discover a conditioner recipe that your hair will love!

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Ingredients Included in the KitAloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Ingredients Included in the Kit

Hair Conditioner Kit
Vegetable Glycerin
BTMS 25 Emulsifier
Sweet Almond Oil
Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil
Optiphen – Preservative
Vitamin E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles
Disc Top Lids 24/410
Disposable Pipettes

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Other Equipment and Ingredients

Scale
Medium Pots (2)
Small Pot
Mixer or Stick Blender
Thermometer
Large Mixing Bowl

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Total Recipe Amounts

25 grams of Vegetable Glycerin
25 grams of BTMS 25
20 grams of Sweet Almond Oil
26 grams Aloe Vera and Cucumber Fragrance Oil
5 grams of Optiphen Oil
5 grams of Pure Vitamin E Oil
425 grams Distilled Water

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Sanitize and Clean

Before you begin this project, clean and sanitize all your supplies and the area you will be working in. This is important to prevent potential contaminants, such as dirt or bacteria, from getting into your product. Further, it will help the project go quicker if all your supplies are ready and your work area is clean. So, retrieve all the equipment that you will require to get it prepared and cleaned. Next, make sure that you have enough space on your counter top and stove top to create this recipe.

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Double Boiler

Also, you want to melt your ingredients in a double boiler to prevent your oils from burning. So, you will need two pots of different sizes. Take the larger pot and add some water, likely only a couple inches or so. Next, take the smaller pot and set it inside the water filled pot. If the water is close to the rim of the small pot, then remove some of your water. However, you will want the water to touch the bottom of the smaller pot. In a later step you will place the double boiler on the stove and add the oils to your smaller pot.

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Water Phase

First, we are going to need to prepare the water. So, retrieve one of your pots that is not part of your double boiler. You will need 425 grams of distilled water for this recipe. So, you will want to make sure to boil a little extra as some will evaporate while heating. Heat the water until it reaches at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Hold this boil for at least twenty minutes before removing it from the heat. This will ensure that any bacteria is destroyed. While you heat the water, prepare the oil phase.

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Oil Phase

Next, you will need to prepare the oils and emulsifier. So, tare the weight of one of your bowls on a scale. Next, weigh out 25 grams of Vegetable Glycerin, 25 grams of BTMS 25 Emulsifier, 5 grams of Vitamin E Oil, and 20 grams of Sweet Almond Oil. Then, you will add these ingredients to the smaller pot of the double boiler to melt.  Once you have melted the oils remove them from the heat to cool to about 140 degrees.

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Emulsification Phase

Before you begin your emulsification stage, I would like to note, your temperature are very important in this step. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, if the temperatures of both your oils and water are not at the same temperatures, you will not get a proper emulsion. This means that you will end up with a conditioner that separates. Secondly, if you add your Optiphen above 140 degrees Fahrenheit, it will be too hot and your preservative will burn off. On the other hand, if you add it below 120 degrees, it will separate out of your conditioner.

Now, let’s begin putting it all together.  You are going to combine the water and oil to create your homemade conditioner. Before combining make sure that both the oils and water have cooled to about 140 degrees Fahrenheit.  Then, weigh out 425 grams of your boiled water into a large bowl and add the melted oils as well. Quickly, use your mixer to blend these ingredients. As they emulsify the mixture will become white and begin to thicken slightly. After this is thoroughly mixed, let it cool to about 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Now, add the Optiphen Preservative and the Aloe Vera Cucumber Fragrance Oil to the mix. As you mix and the conditioner cools it will begin to thicken.

Aloe Cucumber Hair Conditioner Kit Packaging Stage

Finally, your conditioner is complete and ready to package! Let your final mixture cool to room temperature before you package your product. Take your two bottles and fill them with the finished conditioner. While you can use the pipettes to fill the bottles, it may take a while. Another option is adding the conditioner to a Ziploc bag. Once you have your conditioner added, you can cut the corner and use the hole in the bag to fill the bottle.

Oct
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Tommie Fragrance Oil


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Tommie Fragrance OilTommie Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tommie Fragrance Oil is a fresh scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a delightful combination of ozone and rose aromas with citrus scents, spice scents, and musk scents that great a fragrance oil that is perfect for that creation of cold process soaps, lotions, scented candles, perfumes, and many other homemade products that you would like use a touch of a delightfully fresh scent.

What Does Tommie Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh citrus bouquet of mandarin, lemon and bergamot; enhanced by nutmeg and clove with a heart of rose and ozone on a strong background of musks and woods.

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

Our customers that enjoy creating our own bath and body products can use this fresh fragrance oil. Bath oils, bath gels, lotions, perfumes, bath teas, bath bombs, and related bath and body products can be scented with 5% of this scent overall.  We have found Tommie fragrance oil allows us to create strongly scented bath and body products.  I highly recommend it using one of our unscented bases.

Our Tommie Fragrance Oil will perform extremely well in making cold process soap at home, as shown by our Cold Process Soap Testing Results. A soap recipe that includes this fragrance can utilize up to 5%. It will have no separation, no acceleration, and no ricing. The final soaping result will have a good scent in the bars of soap. Also, the fragrance will not result in any kind of discoloration. Although we recommend that bath and body creations that use this fragrance oil should have no color added, you can use any shade of liquid soap dye. If you would like to choose a different method of adding color,then make sure you know that candle dyes are not body safe and shouldn’t be included in bath and body creations.

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

Customers who like creating diy room scents can include Tommie fragrance oil in their recipes.  Both homemade potpourri recipes and homemade incense can use up to 50% of this aroma. Any homemade cleaners can use up to 5% of this delightful fragrance oil. Sachet beads, also known as aroma beads can successfully include this fragrance oil.  Aroma beads can typically absorb about 30% fragrance oil.

Furthermore, scented candles and fragrant wax melts can be scented with up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Both Joy Wax candle making and Wow Wax products can each be made perfectly with this fragrance oil. Pure soy candles and soy candle melts can both be made with this fragrance and will retain a strong scent. Although we suggest that candles scented with this fragrance oil should have no colorants added to the product, you can either use any shade of preferred amount of liquid candle dye or any shade and amount of color block. If you would like to color your scented candles with crayons, then know that this coloring method is likely to clog your candle wick.

We hope that you enjoy this sweet, spice, floral, and musk combination aroma in your homemade products.