Tag Archives: red wine fragrance oil


New Year’s Fragrance Oils

This entry was posted in Nature's Garden New Years Fragrances, Natures Garden Fragrance Oils and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on by .

New Year's Fragrance OilsNew Year’s Fragrance Oils

We all take months to get ready for the holidays, but why not New Year’s? Take a look at these amazing fragrances on our New Year’s fragrance oils list. All of us at Nature’s Garden love the holidays because it’s a time to be with family and loved ones. We wanted to bring all of our customers a simple way to plan for all of your project needs so you can spend that little bit more time doing what you need to for the holidays. While getting ready for the new year, why not make some festive candles for your guests at your house or even for yourself! We have some of the New Year’s fragrances for all your bath and body or candle needs. They can be enjoyed by the whole family! These fragrances smell amazing. Some are modeled after some of the most popular drinks that most will be celebrating with this New Year’s Eve! Keep in mind they are not just for the new year, we sell these fragrance oils all year around. We just feel like these are the most festive for this time of year!

Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Fragrance OilCabernet Sauvignon Wine Fragrance Oil

Cabernet Sauvignon Fragrance Oil is a favorite from the Nature Garden staff! It is a magnificent scent that makes it one of the best New Year’s fragrance oils on our list. This will be able to have wonderful scent bloom in any of your products. It is an original that was created by Nature’s Garden! It has notes of sweet grapes with hints of natural strawberries combined with a slight alcohol bottom note. This combination of scents made this a very popular fragrance oil among so many of our customers. Its resemblance to a Red Cabernet Wine is uncanny. Use this for a candle or soap with a little bit of coloring will make you want to keep using this any time you wish to relax!  You will want a nice glass of your favorite wine after smelling this fragrance oil!

Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

Next, the Natures Garden original, Champagne Pomegranate Fragrance Oil is absolutely fantastic because it’s sweet and delicate in one fragrance. The blend of grapefruit, lemon, and orange mixed with fresh red fruit and topped with crushed pomegranate seeds gives a magical blend of citrus and sweet pomegranate. All of these notes blend with a touch of sparkle to finish this wonderful blend. This fragrance oil would make a really nice soap. Once you use it, it will leave you smelling fantastic!


Guardian Angel Fragrance OilFragrance Oils for the New Year: Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil

Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden makes it onto our New Year’s fragrance oil list because it’s a clean and soft smelling fragrance oil. This is a beautiful blend of soft rose petals, baby breath, and natural white flowers, with a slight touch of clove, nutmeg, patchouli, sandalwood, and vanilla. Using this to make any one of your favorite soap products can turn out amazing. A candle with this fragrance oil will have your feeling protected. Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil has so many different uses! This is a fragrance oil that we are in absolutely in love with because everyone should have a guardian angel.

Lavender Martini Fragrance OilLavender Martini Fragrance Oil

The Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden takes two popular concepts and combines to make an amazing scent. The blend of lavender and gin martini makes a wonderful and sensual aroma. We’ve captured a new experience in this unique fragrance oil. This fragrance oil begins with top notes of fresh lemon zest, orange, and carbonation; middle notes of subtle spicy bergamont, mint, and lavender; with base notes of rosewood. This fragrance oil would make a fantastic candle or cold process soap. It’s strong yet subtle scent makes it a great choice!

New Born Baby Fragrance OilNew Born Baby Fragrance Oil

The wonderfully soft and clean scent of New Born Baby Fragrance Oil will have you thinking about the simple things in life. We developed a fragrance oil that would embody this wonderful moment.  This delicate fragrance oil from Nature’s Garden has delicate citrus notes with a blend of soft florals in this perfect fragrance. Rose, geranium and ylang are accented with a touch of orange flower for a classic baby accord. Sandalwood gives it a slightly natural woody profile. Finishing off is a smooth base of musk and powdery sweetness for a perfect undertone.

Vanilla Champagne Fragrance OilVanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil

Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a showstopper! It is a perfect New Year’s Fragrance Oils for any project. The lively citrus notes and sweet aromatic vanilla combines to be a perfect fragrance to bring in the
new year. Sparkling aldehydic creates a fizzy note to top off citrus notes of lime and orange. A touch of green floral and rum liquor establishes the middle of this wonderful fragrance, with woody and earthy tones to accent the decadent vanilla bean base. This creates a fun and bubbly fragrance oil that is unique and vivacious!

Beer Fragrance OilBeer Fragrance Oil

When our perfumist attempted to make this Nature’s Garden original we had many fail to pass our quality standard. We wanted to bring our customers the best beer fragrance oil that we could come up with! We wanted one that doesn’t smell stale or with any floral notes. Our goal was when our customer used Natures Garden’s Beer Fragrance oil in their product, it was to smell like they just open a cold brew. This proved to be incredibly challenging. However, we think we accomplished it! This superb fragrance oil has the aroma of malt liquor and hops with a simple fruit twist. The fruity notes really make the difference. We added notes of strawberry, pineapple, apple, and raspberry. We are proud to bring you what we think is an incredible beer fragrance oil, unlike any others on the market!

Blue Hawaiian Fragrance OilBlue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil

Next on our New Year’s Fragrance Oils list, Blue Hawaiian fragrance oil, we tested quite a few fragrances until we were happy with what we found! This fragrance oil stopped us in our tracks. We knew it was the one that we wanted our customers to have in their products. This fragrance oil has a high concentration of essential oils that makes this fragrance stand out to the nose, which is what we were looking for! Our Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil has top notes of juicy orange, lemon, and maraschino cherries balanced with fresh tangy pineapple, acai berries, and sea spray. Its base is an amazing assortment of sweet coconut, vanilla rum, and ozonic notes. This tropical fragrance oil has become a favorite fragrance from not only our team members, as well as our customers! Using this in bath products is a popular way to use this fragrance oil, and with a touch of teal coloring, your products will stand out!

Gin Martini Fragrance OilGin Martini Fragrance Oil

This iconic drink deserves to have its own fragrance oil, so you can enjoy your favorite drink even if it is not five o’clock! The true question would be, shaken or stirred with an olive? At Natures Garden, our Gin Martini Fragrance oil smells so close to the real thing you might mistake it for your drink! Which would not be a good thing, our fragrance oils are for you to enjoy the smell, not consumption. This mixture begins with aldehydic bubbly top notes to resemble club soda with bursts of citrus for enhancement. The body of Gin Martini has notes of fresh rosemary, balsam fir needles, and crushed ginger. All of these notes are stacked on the amazing base of crisp cedar. This can be used every day, but it just stands out among the rest for you to celebrate the new year! Try this fragrance oil in one of your favorite lotion bases or any of our melt and pour soap bases!

NG Strawberry and Champagne Type Fragrance OilNG Strawberry & Champagne Type Fragrance Oil

NG Strawberry and Champagne Fragrance Oil is one of our best sellers and it stands out among the rest of our New Year’s Fragrance Oils! It has a simple base with a touch of decadent red fruits and supplemented with lily of the valley and apple cider to make a luxuries fragrance oil! The sweet blend with the other base ingredients makes a fragrance oil scent profile that reminds you of your first glass of champagne! The scent will make your home smell magnificent. It also works very well in both melt and pour soap and cold process soap.

Purple Hooters Fragrance OilPurple Hooters Fragrance Oil

Who doesn’t love a perfectly mixed drink? Especially for the New Year! Our staff absolutely loves Purple Hooters fragrance oil, and for good reason! It has a decadent blend of sparkling strawberries, raspberries, citrus greenery, and soft florals. This makes it stand out because it is one of our simpler mixtures. We think that sometimes simpler is better! Why not have this for your party? It will be a highlight of your festivities, and we know you will enjoy this fragrance as much as we do!

Champagne Pear Fragrance OilChampagne Pear Fragrance Oil

This is another one of our wonderful sparkling wine inspired fragrance oils. Champagne Pear Fragrance Oil is an original by Nature’s Garden. We think we created a great fragrance that is subtle, but sweet and tart. This fragrance oil is blended with citrus and melon notes that are complemented with crisp greens to create a champagne accent. This delivers a nice, fruity scent overall! Orchard pear and fresh apple balance the body of this fragrance oil. We added a touch of apple blossom to create a nice finish for the fruit accord with softened and gentle musk undernotes that pop with effervescence. This will make a perfect candle because it’s fruity body will lighten up any room that you place it in!

Amaretto Fragrance OilAmaretto Fragrance Oil

Finally, Amaretto Fragrance Oil has a slight sweet smell that is not too overwhelming. This fragrance has an aroma that you will not forget anytime soon! The scent blooming from a candle will fill your entire house with a warm and soothing scent profile that will make you fall in love. The mixture of fresh almonds and ripe cherries make a perfect combination! This has always been a popular fragrance oil with our customers! It makes an amazing scent for bath and body products that isn’t too sweet, and you will thoroughly enjoy them.

We hope you enjoyed this list of our New Year’s Fragrance Oils! We tried to keep it simple to make the easiest for you. This is only some of the fragrance we offer, so take a look at all of our fragrances at our website! Some other awesome projects for your New Year’s events can be found in Spruce Crafts’ DIY Ideas For New Year’s Eve. We found a lot of awesome ideas for the new year there! Have a happy New Year, we hope 2020 is a great year for you!


Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

This entry was posted in bath and body, cold process soap, cold process soap scents, Natures Garden, soap recipes, soap supplies and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on by .

Tuscan Wine CP Soap RecipeTuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

If you are looking for soap making ideas, then you may want to try out this elegant wine soap recipe from Natures Garden. The Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe uses wholesale soap making supplies that allow you to create cold process soap that is moisturizing and elegant. Of course, the soap making supplies, like soaping oils and butters, are perfect for nourishing skin care as the soap cleans your body. Furthermore, the elegant scent of our Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil blends perfectly with the true notes of real, red wine. So, you can use this bath and body recipe to create fantastic cp soap bars using wine.

Natures Garden Ingredients for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Rice Bran Oil
Sunflower Oil
Macadamia Nut Oil
Sesame Seed Oil
Castor Oil
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Mango Butter
Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant
Kelly Green Fun Soap Colorant
Spirulina Powder
Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Mitre Box – Stainless Steel
Safety GLOVES for Soap Making- 1 pair
Cutter for Mitre Box – Stainless Steel
Safety MASK for Soap Making- 2 count

Other Ingredients for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Stick Blender
Mini Bunch of Grapes Soap & Candle Mold (www.flexiblemolds.com)

Weights for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap

129 grams of Water
129 grams of Frozen Wine
98 grams of Lye

121 grams of Rice Bran Oil
68 grams of Sunflower Oil
13 grams of Castor Oil
68 grams of Macadamia Nut Oil
5 grams of Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant
68 grams of Sesame Oil
122 grams of Fractionated Coconut Oil
217 grams of Mango Butter
51 grams of Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil
6 grams of Spirulina Powder

Weights for the MP Soap Grapes

132 grams of Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap
8 grams of Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
7 grams of Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil
8 grams of Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant

Clean and Sanitize for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Before you begin making your homemade soap, you are going to want to clean and sanitize for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. First, you are going to want to collect all of your soap making supplies that are listed for this bath and body recipe. Additionally, you are going to want to clean off a work space to allow yourself the space that you would need to make cold process soap recipes with lye. Also, you will want to prepare a spray bottle of vinegar as well as a bottle of rubbing alcohol. Then, set both of these bottles aside for when you need them later on.

Boil the Wine for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Another preparation that you will need to make is to boil the wine for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. So, you will want to place the wine into a pot on the stove top and boil it for 30-40 minutes. Be sure that you are stirring the wine periodically as it boils. After this amount of time has elapsed, you will weigh out and carefully pour the wine into ice cube freezer trays. Next, you will place these trays in the freezer overnight. When you are ready to make your wine soap, the frozen wine cubes will be used to replace half of the water portion in the water/lye solution. The exact amount of wine needed is listed above.

Deciding on the Wine for Your Homemade Soap Recipe

We have some advice for anyone deciding on the wine for your homemade soap recipe. We would recommend that you use a type of wine with a lower sugar content. If you are using a wine with a high sugar content, then it will speed up gel. This will cause your soap batter to bubble up and out of the mold. With this in mind, you will want to prepare for this possibility. So, take proper precautions at safe guarding the surface your mold is placed on.

Preparing the Soap Grapes for the Wine Soap RecipePreparing the Soap Grapes for the Wine Soap Recipe

First, you are going to be preparing the soap grapes for the wine soap recipe. So, you are going to need to add 132 grams of the Oatmeal Melt and Pour Soap Base to a microwave safe bowl. Then, you will need to use thirty second intervals to melt your soap base and stirring between these bursts in the microwave. Then, you are going to want to add 7 grams of the Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil. Also, you are going to want to add in 8 grams of Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant and 8 grams of Deep Purple FUN Soap Colorant. Once everything is mixed together, you can add your melt and pour soap to your wholesale soap mold. Then, spray the top with rubbing alcohol to release air bubbles. You will want to make sure that your grape bunches set up completely before removing them from the mold. You will need five bunches in total.

Make the Lye Solution for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Make the Lye Solution for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap

First, you are going to prepare the lye solution for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap. So, you will need to weigh out 129 grams of water and 129 grams of your frozen wine cubes in a mixing bowl. Then, you will need to weigh out 98 grams of Lye for soap in a separate container. Then, you will want to slowly add the lye to your wine/water mixture. As you add the lye you will want to slowly stir. Once everything is mixed together, let the lye solution cool down to room temperature.

Preparing the Cosmetic Oils for the Wine CP Soap RecipePreparing the Cosmetic Oils for the Wine CP Soap Recipe

Also, you are going to be preparing the cosmetic oils for the Wine CP Soap Recipe. So, you will want to weigh out 121 grams of the Rice Bran Oil, 68 grams of the Sunflower Oil, 13 grams of the Castor Oil, 68 grams of the Macadamia Nut Oil, 68 grams of the Sesame Oil, 122 grams of the Fractionated Coconut Oil, and 217 grams of the Mango Butter. Then, you can melt down your cosmetic oils and butters. Once everything is melted, set the mixture aside to cool down to room temperature.

Weighing the Wholesale Herb for the CP Soap Weighing the Wholesale Herb for the CP Soap

While you are waiting for your soap making recipe, you will be weighing the herbal colorant for the cp soap. So, you will want to add 6 grams of the Spirulina Powder to a small bowl. You will want to add a small amount of soaping oils to this cosmetic herb. Then, mix these soap ingredients together and break up any clumps you find.

Preparing the Soap Colorant for the Soap RecipePreparing the Soap Colorant for the Soap Recipe

Next, you are going to be weighing out the remaining soap colorant for the soap procedure. Since the Spirulina Powder is an herbal soap colorant, you will be adding this additional soap colorant to it. This will enhance the color slightly and create an even better shade of green. So, add 5 grams of the Kelly Green FUN Soap Colorant to your wholesale herb. Then, set this mixture aside for right now. 

Combine the Soaping Ingredients for the Wine SoapCombine the Soaping Ingredients for the Wine Soap

After the lye solution and your cosmetic oils have reached the right temperature, you are ready to combine the soaping ingredients for the wine soap. So, you will want to add your wine solution to your cosmetic oils. Then, you will need to use a stick blender to mix everything together. Once everything is mixed, you can move on to the next step in the soap making process.

Adding the Fragrance for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap RecipeAdding the Fragrance for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Then, you are going to be adding the fragrance oil for the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. So, you will need to weigh out 51 grams of the Tuscan Wine Fragrance Oil. After measuring the scented oil, you can add it to the cold process soap batter. This will provide your cp soaps with an aroma of fine red wine. This true luxury fragrance oil has top notes of black grapes, strawberry, and red wine. These notes are followed by middle notes of white flowers and sweet cinnamon Finally, the aroma sits on dry wood base notes.

Add the Coloring the Tuscan Wine Cold Process Soap Add the Coloring the Tuscan Wine Cold Process Soap

Next, you are going to add the coloring the Tuscan Wine Cold Process Soap. So, add the soap colorant that you have previously prepared and add it to your soap batter. Then, you will need to use your stick blender to thoroughly incorporate your colorant. At this point you will want to continue to stick blend until your cp soap batter has reached trace.

Pouring the Tuscan Wine CP SoapPouring the Tuscan Wine CP Soap

Once your cold process soap batter has hit trace, you will be pouring the Tuscan Wine CP Soap into the mold. So, you will need to grab your loaf soap mold. Then, you are going to pour all of your cp soap batter into the mold.

Placing the Soap Grapes on the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Placing the Soap Grapes on the Tuscan Wine CP Soap

Once your soap is in the mold, you are going to be placing the soap grapes on the Tuscan Wine CP Soap. Of course, you will want to make sure that the green soap is set up enough that your grapes won’t sink. However, the soap needs to be malleable enough to allow the soap grapes to adhere.

Adding the Mica Dust to the Tuscan Wine CP Soap RecipeAdding the Mica Dust to the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

After all of the grape bunches are on your soap loaf, you are going to be adding the mica dust to the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. So, lightly sprinkle the top of your cold process soap with the Diamond Dust Mica Powder. This will provide a beautiful shimmer for the top of your wine soap recipe.

Finishing the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

Now you are nearly done with creating your own homemade soap from scratch. There are only a few things left for finishing the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. After about 24 to 48 hours, you can remove the soap from the loaf mold. At this time, you can cut your cold process soap into five bars where each have a single bunch on top. Then, you will need to let your soap bars cure for a few weeks. After your cp soap has gone through the curing process, you are ready to use your finished soap!

Tuscan Wine Retreat

You can use nourishing bath and body products to create your very own relaxing retreat right at home. While you can use pampering cosmetic products, like the Tuscan Wine CP Soap, to provide you with a lovely experience. there is something to be said about a well deserved getaway. Anyone out there that is feeling like it’s time to treat yourself to some rest and relaxation should definitely consider planning this vacation to a Tuscan spa retreat. The Tuscany Yoga + Wine Retreat  hosted by La Dolce Vigna is a fantastic trip that will be sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.

Questions About the Tuscan Wine CP Soap RecipeQuestions About the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe

We hope you enjoyed this soap recipe! If you are interested in even more small batch cold process soap recipes, then you should definitely check out the Cold Process Soap Recipes page on the Natures Garden website. Also, you can reach out to us for answering any questions about the Tuscan Wine CP Soap Recipe. You can reach out to us using the phone H.U.G. line, in the Natures Garden store, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through our social media platforms. First, we are available on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these social media platforms to ask us any soap making questions that you may have, but that’s not all you can do on these platforms! You can get advice on soap making and share your own soap ideas, too. So, we wish you the best with your soap recipes and hope to hear from you soon!


What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?

This entry was posted in cosmetic ingredients, cosmetic recipe, cosmetic supplies, free soap recipes, herb, herbs, herbs in cosmetics and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on by .

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?

What is resveratrol and what does It do? Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol that is created by a few different plants. You may know resveratrol best from red wine, but it can be found in other plants, too. For example, the Japanese knotweed contains this herb, too. Whether you consume it from natural sources or get a resveratrol supplement, there are tons of benefits for your body. Plus, there are even benefits that this cosmetic herb can provide for your skin! At Natures Garden we sell the resveratrol extract powder herb for creating skin-loving bath and body products. However, there are many known benefits that this herb can provide for your whole body! Let’s talk about some of the benefits that resveratrol has for you!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Growing Conditions

There are a few different natural sources that we know of that contain resveratrol. For this cosmetic herb, it can be harvested from two different sources. First, we have the Japanese knotweed that is a hardy plant that is able to survive against a bombardment of pests, fungus and disease in its native environment. Second, we can get resveratrol from the skin of red grapes. Both these plants can be used to extract the same herb. No matter the source, there are many beneficial properties found in resveratrol. If you are interested, you can read below to learn more about both plants.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Red Grape SkinsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Red Grape Skins

Grapes require an area that is either full sun or gets direct sunlight in the morning. Also, most grapes require a warm climate, which the American grapes being the best for the cold. Their soil should be well draining, deep, loose, and moist due to a light layer of mulch. If you are growing new plants, then you will need to care and protect your plant for about three years before you get a harvest.

Once you get a bunch of grapes, you will know by the color. At first, they will be a bright green and they will turn to a deep, juicy red once they are ready. Just know that your grapes won’t continue to ripen after being picked. If you have grapes that won’t ripen, then you can prune some of the foliage to let more sun in for grapes that aren’t ripening. You can tell when your red grapes are ripe because the color will be a dark red without any visible green. Also, you can taste a few from different bunches to determine whether they are ready.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: The Japanese KnotweedWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: The Japanese Knotweed

The Japanese knotweed, or Polygonum cuspidatum, is a plant that is native to Japan. While this hardy plant is considered a weed in its country of origin, it is not a danger to its native environment. In fact, the resveratrol harvested from it has quite a few beneficial properties. However, when this hardy plant is moved to a new environment it can become an invasive species. Since the plants are native to Japan, they are integrated into the local ecosystem and have a good amount of competition.

However, when this species moves into a new area without the same competition it has a leg up on all the other organisms. This can lead to the native plants in this new environment to go extinct, which can be detrimental to an environment as organisms rely on one another. This animal may be a food source for another or it may have been a predator that would keep the prey population levels steady. So, in areas like the US and many other places, we would consider this plant an invasive species. This means that there is likely a ban on planting this herb if you live in an area other than Japan, China, or Korea.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Industry Uses

There are many different ways to use resveratrol that can care for your entire body! Whether you are looking for a cosmetic herb for your products or a supplement to promote your health, resveratrol is a good antioxidant to try out. We like to use our wholesale cosmetic herb to create wonderful products that nourish your skin. Also, many people will eat this herb in the foods they already enjoy, as it occurs in some foods naturally. However, there are some sources, like knotweed, that are most often used for natural, medicinal purposes. So, read about the different potential benefits of resveratrol and see what you think!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Bath and Body ProductsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Bath and Body Products

First of all, this wholesale herb is amazing for creating cosmetic recipes. The beneficial properties of this herb are perfect for skin care. You are sure to feel a difference with adding this to your typical recipes! You are going to love the properties of this herb in your homemade cosmetic products as they nourish and rejuvenate your skin. So, let’s get into some of the great ways to utilize this herb in your homemade bath and body recipes.

First, this bulk wholesale herb is perfect for including in your soap making supplies. This soap has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties that are fantastic to add to your homemade soap making supplies. Also, this cosmetic herb would be perfect for creating a homemade lotion recipe. This herb has beneficial properties that will protect your skin from UV damage. Also, this soothing cosmetic ingredient will help to reduce swelling and irritation with its anti-inflammatory properties. Further, this herb has a variety of properties that would make it amazing in a facial lotion. So, add this ingredient to your wholesale facial supplies can provide a boost to prevent signs of aging, reduce wrinkles, and reduce age spots (hyperpigmentation).

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Natures Garden RecipeWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Natures Garden Recipe

Of course, a Wine Lotion Recipe would have the aroma of our Shiraz Fragrance Oil. The intoxicating scent of this fine red wine. Not only does our lotion recipe have the bubbly notes of our red wine fragrance oil, but it contains some of the beneficial properties of red wine. So, you can use this recipe to learn how to make scented lotion that protects and nurtures the skin.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Medicinal UsesWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Medicinal Uses

Both knotweed and red grapes are thought to have many beneficial properties. Not only do these plants contain benefits from the resveratrol herb, but they are full of other elements that can promote health. In fact, resveratrol is just one of the many benefits from these plants. Often, people would make knotweed into a tea. This herbal tea could be used to treat a variety of ailments, including dysentery and hemorrhoids. Also, a few studies have linked red grapes, which are used in red wine, to heart health, mental sharpness and so much more.

While these plants contain other elements that provide properties, resveratrol has many beneficial properties that it provides on its own. First, the resveratrol in red wine has been found to be useful for reducing bad cholesterol, which promotes heart health. Plus, this supplement has been found to be useful for helping your body regulate blood sugar. Additionally, people have found that this herb can be used to reduce blood pressure. Additionally, studies have suggested that resveratrol can promote brain health and slow age-related mental decline. It is believed that the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties contribute to the improved mental state. Another potential benefit of using this supplement is that it has been found to reduce joint pain by protecting cartilage from deteriorating and reducing symptoms caused by the inflammation.

Also, some people will take a supplement of this herb on its own to help treat or prevent illnesses, like cancer or heart disease. Although the results have been mixed, some people have found that resveratrol can inhibit cancer growth and change gene expression to inhibit growth. Furthermore, many people have found that this supplement can be used to prevent certain hormone-dependent cancers from being able to spread.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Food and BeverageWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Food and Beverage

One common beverage that you will find contains resveratrol is red wine. In fact, the resveratrol in the red grape skin used for this kind of wine is believed to be the cause of most of its health benefits. Regardless of these benefits, red wine is still alcohol and should be used responsibly. However, it is nice to know that our glass of red wine is a providing us with some wonderful benefits.

While red wine is the most fun, you can find resveratrol in red grape skins, too. You can eat your red grapes fresh or in your wine. Either way, you will be getting this beneficial herb. If you are curious about what other foods contain resveratrol, then check out 4 Foods That Are Good Sources of Resveratrol by Live Science! These natural resveratrol sources would be perfect way to increase your levels along with your red wine.

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Other

Although resveratrol is not directly linked to weight loss, you can include this useful tool in a diet to enhance the effects of your efforts. Often, a side effect of this supplement is a decrease in appetite. Plus, many people use this supplement to increase their endurance, which could help you to be able to work out longer without becoming fatigued as quickly. Also, some people have found that this supplement was useful for building muscle mass. Further, the herb has been known to be useful for promoting heart and brain health. Promoting cardiovascular health will help your overall fitness. So, anyone that is already working to lose weight and exercise may want to incorporate more resveratrol in their diet. 

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Whats Your Favorite Red Wine?

Since red wine contains beneficial properties from things like resveratrol, it may be a good idea to stock up. A glass or two may be enough to promote brain health and support healthy heart function. If you aren’t should about where to start, then check out Quiz: Discover The Red Wine You’ll Like by Vine Pair. This fun, simple quiz takes your taste preferences and comes up with a red wine that you would probably like the best. Give the quiz a try and see what wine they recommend for you!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Reach out to UsWhat is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you learned something new about resveratrol from our natural beauty blog. We hope that you can create some wonderful products with this herb. Plus, you can mix this herb with others available on the Herbs and Spices page top enhance the properties of your recipes! If you have any other questions about this herb, then just ask us! You can reach out to us on the phone, in the store, or on our social media. We have a Facebook page and we use the handle @ngscents on both Instagram and Twitter. Have fun with your homemade bath and body creations!

What is Resveratrol and What Does It Do?: A Note About Our Herbs

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