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Dec
19

Herbal Make-Up Recipes


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Herbal Make-Up RecipesHerbal Make-Up Recipes

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

Arrowroot Powder

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

Diamond Dust Mica Pigment and 24K Gold Mica Pigment

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

The Eye Shadow Recipes

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

Activated Charcoal EyeshadowActivated Charcoal Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Bee Pollen EyeshadowBee Pollen Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

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

Beet Root EyeshadowBeet Root Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Black Walnut EyeshadowBlack Walnut Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Cocoa EyeshadowCocoa Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Hibiscus EyeshadowHibiscus Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Rose Clay EyeshadowRose Clay Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

Spirulina Eye ShadowSpirulina Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

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

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

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

 

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

Aug
11

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe


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Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap RecipeWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe

We at Natures Garden have formulated yet another wonderful bath and body product recipe! Introducing our Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe! This shaving cream recipe is an amazing recipe that is perfect for nourishing your skin. The shea butter, rose clay powder, and our whipped soap base create a perfect blend of ingredients that will leave your skin feeling cared for and so very soft. This recipe is everything you need in a bath product as it is a cleansing, soothing and moisturizing shaving product. Plus, this recipe is quick and easy to make. Finally, we add in Natures Garden’s wonderful Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil. If you haven’t smelled this glorious fragrance oil you are missing out!

This rose clay shaving cream recipe can be completed in six quick steps. You will have a finished and packaged product that couldn’t be easier to make.  All you really need to do is whip your five ingredients together with a hand mixer. Then, you will have yourself a batch of amazing shaving soap! So, try this wonderful recipe out for yourself and see just how simply amazing it is to use and create. Not only will you enjoy the process of creating this shaving soap, but you are going to adore the skin softening properties of this product!

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe What is Rose ClayWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe What is Rose Clay

Rose clay powder is a natural cosmetic clay that contains the mineral kaolinite. Just like kaolin clay, which is what rose clay is primarily made of, this lovely mineral is skin loving, gentle, and natural. So, this pretty pink clay is a perfect addition to your homemade products. Our rose clay powder is perfect for skin care and has a few benefits that it will be able to provide to the body. Rose clay is a perfect cosmetic ingredient for recipes that need some extra skin care strength without being too harsh for sensitive skin. Plus, this is a cosmetic clay that has a pretty pink color. So, you can use this cosmetic ingredient perfectly for naturally coloring your homemade soaps and bath bombs, or any other bath and body product. 

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Benefits of Rose Clay Powder

Rose clay, often referred to as pink clay, is a lovely ingredient for cosmetics. Since this clay contains kaolinite, it is a perfect ingredient for sensitive skin types. Not only is this clay gentle enough for most skin types, but it provides quite a few benefits to the skin. First, rose clay provides some very light exfoliation. This will remove dead skin and help clean your body. Plus, this cosmetic clay will help to draw toxins out from the skin. So, this clay can help you get a deeper clean without drying out your skin. Further, rose clay powder will help to reduce any skin irritation or inflammation. So, this product will be perfect for your shaving cream recipe! This clay will help your shaving soap clean your skin and reduce irritation from shaving at the same time! Ultimately, this is pink clay a great choice for body products and will perform wonderfully in your homemade shaving soap creation. 

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Ingredients Available at Natures Garden

Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil

Whipped Soap Base

Shea Butter 

Rose Clay Powder

Optiphen Preservative

4 oz. Clear PET Jar

White Dome Lid Smooth 58/400

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Equipment Needed

Scale (units in grams)

Small Bowls (2)

Deep Mixing Bowl

Mixing Spoons

Rubber Spatula

Hand Held Mixer

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weights of Ingredients

4 grams Rose Clay Powder

454 grams Natures Garden Whipped Soap Base

12 grams Shea Butter

4 grams Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil

4 grams Optiphen Preservative

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Clean and OrganizeWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Prepare to Create

Before you begin creating your skin loving shaving soap recipe, you need to make sure that you are fully prepared to create bath and body products. First, you are going to want to get together all of the supplies and ingredients that you will need to create this product. You are not going to want to have to stop working half way through your project to look for a mixer or a clean bowl. Plus, locating everything prior to working ensures that you will have everything you will need to finish your recipe. You don’t want to be half done and realize you are missing a key ingredient. So, get together everything you need and set it all near your work space.

Not only do you want to have a fun time creating this project, but you are going to want to make sure that your body product is clean. While this seems obvious, mistakes can happen if you are not prepared prior to working. So, you should make sure all of your equipment is cleaned and sanitized before you begin working. This means washing the bowls, mixing utensils, and the hand mixer. Furthermore, you will want to clean the surface of your work space. This can prevent contamination of your product from setting down your spatula between mixing stages. So, cleaning your equipment and work space will ensure that your product will

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weigh Ingredients for LaterWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Weigh Ingredients for Later

First, you are going to weigh out a few of the ingredients that you are going to need in a later step. So, retrieve the shea butter, the Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, the Optiphen Preservative, and one of your small sized bowls. Then, tare out the weight of the small bowl on your scale and add your ingredients. You will need to include 12 grams of the shea butter, 4 grams of the Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, and 4 grams of the Optiphen Preservative. Now, you are going to set this bowl aside for a later step. We weighed these ingredients first because it will be easier to mix in later if it is pre-measured and ready to add to the mixture.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Preparing the Whipped Soap BaseWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Preparing the Whipped Soap Base

Next, you are going to prepare your whipped soap base. So, retrieve your deep mixing bowl and the container of whipped soap base. Now, tare the weight of the bowl on the scale. Then, weigh out and add in 454 grams of this Whipped Soap Base. After, you are going to have to whip your weighed soap base. So, grab your hand held mixer and begin whipping the soap base. Continue whipping the whipped soap base with your hand held mixer until your whipped soap base begins to look like a bowl of fluffy whipped vanilla frosting. Once you get your soap base to this frosting like consistency, you can stop mixing, you are ready to move to the next step.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Adding in the Rose Clay PowderWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Adding in the Rose Clay Powder

Then, you are going to add the Rose Clay Powder into your freshly whipped soap base. So, take one of your small mixing bowls and weigh out the rose clay powder. Remember that it should be 4 grams of this powder. Now, retrieve your spatula and the bowl with your mixture. You will begin to fold this powdered pink clay into your whipped mixture. You need to make sure that everything is mixed together very well. Also, be sure that you scrape the sides of your bowl as you work. Paying attention to this will make sure that you have incorporated any of the powder that may have collected on the edges.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Combine Weighed IngredientsWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Combine Weighed Ingredients

Now, you are going to add in the rest of your  ingredients for this recipe. These are the three ingredients that you had saved in your small bowl. So, put these into your clay and whipped soap mixture. Now, grab the small bowl of shea butter, Strike a Pose Fragrance Oil, and Optiphen Preservative. Then, grab your spatula to help you mix in this bowl of ingredients. Again, you are going to need to fold these previously weighed ingredients into your whipped soap base mixture. Make sure that everything is thoroughly mixed together before you move on to the next step. After everything is mixed in well, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Whipping the Full MixtureWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Whipping the Full Mixture

After all of your ingredients have been added and mixed in the bowl, you are going to whip the mixture one more time. Everything should be folded well and mixed together, but you will need to whip the batter one more time. So, grab your bowl and the hand held mixer. Now, you are going to need to whip your mixture for the final time. This will be the last time before you will package up your finished Whipped rose clay shaving soap, so be sure to mix well. Once your shaving soap mixture is at the whipped frosting consistency, again, you can stop. Now, your product is ready for you to use! You can try it out now or just move on to the next step for packaging.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Packaging Your MixtureWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Packaging Your Product

Finally, your homemade shaving soap is completely finished. So, get ready for some skin softening goodness! Now, you are going to begin packaging your finished homemade shaving cream. So, grab the bag of the 4 oz. Clear PET Jars and the White Dome Smooth 58/400 Lids. You should need about seven of the jars, so get these ready on your work space. Now, take your spoon and start scooping your whipped mixture into the 4 ounce jars. After, place the lids on all of your jars. Finally, your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap is completely finished and packaged! Now, these jars of whipped shaving soap are ready for you to either use or store. Either way, this is the most exciting part of this whole process. Everything has finally come together!

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Using Your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving SoapWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Using Your Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap

Now that your homemade shaving soap is finished, you may be wondering how to use your newly created Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe. Well, you won’t have to worry too much because it is a super simple product to use! You can use the Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap the exact same way that you use commercial shaving cream! So, you can use this product to protect and nourish your skin perfectly. All you need to do is rub the whipped shaving soap on the area that you want to shave, like your legs. Then, use your razor and some water to get rid of all your unwanted hair. After everything is all washed off, you will be left with smooth, softened skin that is perfectly nourished.

Whipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Share with UsWhipped Rose Clay Shaving Soap Recipe Share Your Creations with Us

After you finish making your products, we would love to see your creations! Whether you have added your own twist or followed our instructions exactly, we would be excited to see what you have made. We always enjoy receiving pictures and stories from our customer’s creative endeavors. Personally, I have fallen head over heels in love with our whipped rose clay shaving cream. I used this recipe for shaving my own legs and it was absolutely perfect! This product really helped with razor burn and even left my skin feeling silky and smooth! I usually moisturize after shaving, but I didn’t need to at all! My legs were already super soft and not irritated from my recent shave. It was absolutely wonderful and had me ready to strike a pose! If you would like to share your own experience with us, then you can find us on social media! We would love to know how this recipe worked for you! You can share with us on the Natures Garden facebook page. Also, you can share your pictures on Instagram and tag us with @ngscents. We can’t wait to hear all about it and see your gorgeous creations!

Jan
28

Cannabis Rose Fragrance


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Cannabis Rose Fragrance Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Natures Garden’s Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil has been reviewed by our customers and the reviews are in!  One customer stated “If you’re looking for a nice grownup rose scent with a touch of a little something extra then this would suit you just fine”.  Did you know?  The plant name cannabis actually came from the Greek Kannabis.  So in staying with the Greek theme, there are several myths that tell the legend of the rose.  The rose was created by Chloris, the Greek goddess of flowers.  She used the body of a lifeless nymph to house the flowers.  She then asked Aphrodite to give the flower beauty and a name, Dionysus to add nectar, giving the flower a sweet scent, and the three Graces to give it charm, brightness, and joy.  Finally, Apollo was asked to shine on the flower, allowing a beautiful bloom.  As for a rose having those pesky thorns, thank Cupid for that.  It is said that one day, busy cupid stopped to smell a rose.  Unknown to him however, a bee was hidden inside.  The agitated bee flew out of the rose and stung cupid.  In a fit of anger, he pulled out his arrow, and shot the rose.  Ever since, thorns have appeared on roses.

What Does Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is quite possibly the most unique blend of uncommon fragrance notes ever found in a fragrance blend.  Unique, and absolutely fascinating!  The blend of Bulgarian rose, pomegranate flower, bergamot, cannabis accord, sheer jasmine, dark chocolate, white musk, patchouli, and oolong tea.

How Do Our Customers Use Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil?

Let’s start our homemade soap makers/homemade bath and body products such as bath oils, bath gels, lotions, and perfumes.  The maximum recommended usage rate for all homemade bath and body products is 5%.  Our Cold process soap testing results shows no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation with good scent retention.  There was also no discoloration. The vanillin content of Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil is 0%.  This percentage includes all forms of vanillin.  In other homemade products such as perfumes it performs perfectly and in bath and body products it performed well.  You can use pink soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  Just a friendly reminder, never use candle dye in any bath and body products.

Next up, our homemade candle crafters.  The maximum usage rate is 10%.  Cannabis Rose Fragrance Oil is nice and strong in soy wax and performs perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and for candle wax tarts using pillar of bliss wax.  Some color suggestions for this fragrance oil are to use 2 drops of red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of an red color block into your melted wax.  Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

When making home room scents, such as reed diffusers, incense, and potpourri, the maximum usage is 50%.  When making homemade cleaning products the maximum usage is 5%.

Looking to try a new recipe from Natures Garden, check out Natures Garden’s  Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap Recipe which uses melt and pour soap, rose clay, and dried roses.

Feb
04

Roses & Chocolate Body Wrap


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chocolate rose body wrap recipeRoses & Chocolate Body Wrap

Valentine’s day is right around the corner. Have you decided on your plans for Valentine’s Day yet? Maybe you and your significant other are just planning to stay in, watch movies, and spend time with each other? Or perhaps you’re going to a fancy dinner with a whole list of other activities planned for the rest of the evening! Or maybe you’re still searching for the perfect idea on how to spend the most romantic day of the year together. How about making a whole new project together? We have brought you our all new free recipe for Roses and Chocolate Body Wrap! This is the perfect craft to make together, and it makes just enough for two!

 

Ingredients:

450 grams of Rose Clay

100 grams of Rose Hips Powder

161 grams of Dead Sea Salt

152 grams of Cocoa Powder

800 grams of Distilled Water

Mixing Bowl

Mixing Spoon

Saran Wrap

Towels

 

Directions:

Honestly, this recipe is so easy, and takes just minutes to complete! To start, you will need to measure out 450 of Rose Clay, 100 grams of Rose Hips Powder, 161 grams of Dead Sea Salt, and 152 grams of Cocoa Powder. All of these ingredients should be combined into one mixing bowl.

roses and chocolate body wrap

 

roses and chocolate body wrap

roses and chocolate body wrap

roses and chocolate body wrap

After you have combined all of the above ingredients, weigh out 800 grams of distilled water. Once you have reached 800 grams, go ahead and pour your water into the bowl with all of your ingredients. Then, mix everything thoroughly together until it is smoothed out and then your body wrap is ready to enjoy!

roses and chocolate body wrap

 

roses and chocolate body wrap

Doesn’t this recipe just sound like the perfect idea for you and your significant other to spend Valentine’s Day together? How could you not want to want to experience a body wrap spa session together? Well, just so you know, once the wrap has thickened, you can start to apply it your body. Starting from your feet and working your way up will be easiest. After you have fully covered yourself with the mixture, wrap yourself in saran wrap. Then go ahead and sit in your bathtub for half an hour to an hour, but no water in the tub! Make sure to cover yourself in your warm towels, this will help the wrap draw out water retention and toxins! When your time is up, remove the saran wrap and wash the mixture off of your body! If you want to make this wrap to repackage and sell it, just make sure to add Optiphen to preserve it!

Even better, this body wrap has so many benefits for your skin! The rose clay contained in this wrap has many wonderful benefits. Rose clay helps to increase circulation, reduce inflammation, exfoliates the skin, removes dead skin cells, and reduces any wrinkles, scarring or age spots! The rose clay also works to reduce any irritation, tighten pores, promote new skin cell growth, and even regenerate collagen! The rose hips powder will help to hydrate your skin and lock in moisture, give your skin a beautiful glow, and help to treat any skin conditions like acne! On top of all of those amazing benefits, the Dead Sea Salt can help your skin as well! Dead Sea Salt will moisturize and soften any dry skin, reduce wrinkles and inflammation, and help with conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis! Enjoy this amazing wrap! Check out all the rest of our free recipes and classes as well! Keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!

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Dec
12

Uses of Rose Clay


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uses of rose clayUses of Rose Clay

Hello everyone! For all you crafters out there, are you working on any new projects? Are you looking for new projects to try? Have your customers been asking you for something new and exciting? Or maybe you’re just looking for a new way to spice up your future crafts or for a new product to use for beautiful homemade gifts for your friends? Well, have you ever tried anything with cosmetic clays before? Actually, rose clay to be exact? Yes, clays can actually be used in cosmetics! Rose clay can be used in many different products and industries! And we also offer six other different cosmetics clays here at Nature’s Garden as well! Rose clay is definitely the product to use in your next projects!

Did you know that rose clay is also known as pink clay? Actual rose clay can only be produced when the right weather conditions have worn down minerals containing aluminum silicate. While it is native to and originally found in France, rose clay can also be found in Australia, India, Germany, Bulgaria, Brazil, Iran, the United Kingdom, and many other countries worldwide. Rose clay is actually a very gentle and very mild clay that is amazing when used for sensitive and mature skin.

There are many wonderful benefits to the uses of rose clay. It can actually be used in many different products and industries, one of them being an amazing ingredient in many bath and body products and cosmetics! Common products that can include rose clay are salt scrubs, face masks, bath bombs, soaps, mud baths, herbal tea infusions, and sugar scrubs. Do you know how rose clay gets its color? The pink color in the clay actually comes from the many iron oxides contained within the clay. There are many health and medicinal benefits from rose clay, especially when used in these bath and body products! For your skin, rose clay actually helps to reduce inflammation, remove dead skin cells, tighten pores, fade hyperpigmentation, and it also removes harmful toxins. Rose clay is also a great exfoliant for the skin, it reduces irritation, increases circulation, regenerates collagen, promotes new cell growth for skin, and also regenerates elastin within the skin.

Are you wondering how to get your hands on this wonderful clay as soon as possible? Well then I’ll tell you! All you have to do is type “rose clay” into the search bar on our website. That will take you directly to our Rose Clay Powder page. But don’t hurry away so fast, because rose clay just keeps getting better! Here at Nature’s Garden, we offer many free classes and recipes using rose clay.  Try our Candy Cane Facial Mask or our Perfectly Pampered Shaving Soap, both just happen to be made with rose clay! When you are actually on our Rose Clay Powder page, there is a little green “Recipe” box on top of the clay picture. If you click on that, it will actually show you the name and picture of both of those fantastic recipes. By clicking either those, they are actually direct links straight to the recipes! Make sure to check out all of our other cosmetic clays as well! Enjoy this product and watch out for more Enlightened by Layla!

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