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Oct
15

10 Bath Melt Recipes


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10 Bath Melt Recipes10 Bath Melt Recipes

Bath melts are fantastic bath and body creations that you can use to nourish your skin. The skin loving oils and butters in this cosmetic recipe will moisturize and provide nutrients to your skin. So, you can use these 10 bath melt recipes to soak in all the wonderful benefits of these ingredients as you relax in the tub. Not only will this experience help you reduce your stress, but using bath melts is very simple, too! All you need to do is run a warm bath, add a bath melt to the water, and kick back to relax. Once the bath recipe melts, all the oils and butters will be ready or your to kick back and soak.

Also, make sure that you are careful getting in and out of the tub, as the cosmetic oils and butters can make the bottom of your tub a bit slippery. If you want to try out these fantastic bath and body recipes, then check these cosmetic recipes from Natures Garden. You can find all of these cosmetic recipes in the blog below as well as the links to their step by step directions. So, you can create any of these marvelous bath recipes to use and enjoy at home!

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Pumpkin Bath Melt Recipe

First, you can try out the lovely pumpkin bath melt recipeThese cute cosmetic recipes are perfect for the fall season. First, these bath melts are shaped like cute pumpkins, which is a fun for decorating around Halloween and Thanksgiving. Also, this bath recipe uses beautiful mica dust to provide a pretty shimmer. Not only are these bath recipes super cute, but these bath melts have some fantastic cosmetic ingredients. These bath recipes are full of skin nourishing cosmetic ingredients that will nourish your skin and leave your body rejuvenated.

Furthermore, these adorable pumpkin bath melt recipes include both the Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder and the Pumpkin Seed Powder. These cosmetic herbs provide your skin with various nutrients that will leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized. Plus, this cosmetic recipe uses the sweet scent of our Caramel Apple Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil has the aroma of a juicy apple that was dipped into warm, buttery caramel. So, this is a fantastic bath recipe that you can use to care for your skin and celebrate this lovely season!

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe

Also, you can try out the Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe. This peaceful recipe contains skin loving ingredients that will open the door for a stress free bath experience. First, this bath melt recipe contains butters and oils will nourish your skin as your soak in the tub. Further, this fantastic bath and body recipe includes whole chamomile flowers that are great for both relaxing the body and softening the skin. Furthermore, this cosmetic recipe is scented with the calming scent of Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has a refreshing scent of cool citrus notes, French jasmine petal aroma, salty sea notes, and a base of exotic musk and bamboo. So, you can relax in the bath as your skin soaks in the nourishment of these cosmetic ingredients.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe

Another great bath melt recipe that you can create with these cosmetic ingredients is the Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe. First, this lovely bath recipe is scented with the aroma of our NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil. The aroma of this fragrance has the clean scent of wild rose, sweet violet, orange, musk, and a touch of coconut. Further, the lovely pink rose petals enhance the mood through the delicate scent and lovely, romantic appearance. Plus, these pretty bath melts are shaped like hearts and are topped with these lovely rose petals. Not only is this recipe pretty with a wonderful aroma, but this cosmetic recipe includes butters that will nourish the skin. Together these the cosmetic ingredients in this recipe will allow you to pamper yourself from head to toe! 

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe

If you enjoy the previous bath melt recipe, then you may want to try out the Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe, too. Many of the cosmetic ingredients in this recipe will nourish and pamper the skin. Also, this bath and body recipe is naturally colored with parsley leaf powder. Plus, this cosmetic herb is full of vitamins and minerals that can inhibit the tumors and promote healthy skin. Further, this bath melt recipe is topped with the lovely rose petals, which are beautiful and have a lovely aroma. Plus, this cosmetic recipe is scented with the sweet aroma of Coco Mango Fragrance Oil, which has fruity notes on a rich base of vanilla, toasted coconut, and a hint of soft musk. So, this blend of cosmetic ingredients is perfect for unwinding and enjoying your night after a long day.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

Next, we have a bath and body recipe that is irresistible to chocolate lovers! Of course, our Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe uses a candy mold to create bath melts to create sweet little chocolates. Further, this delicious bath recipe has a true, scrumptious scent of Gourmet Dark Chocolate Fragrance Oil. Plus, this delicious fragrance was enhanced by the true chocolate aroma of the cocoa powder herb. Not only does this cosmetic recipe smell like chocolate, but this lovely bath melt recipe has cosmetic oils and butters that will care for the skin. So, these cosmetic ingredients will nourish, moisturize, and soften the skin. This way you can eat some rich chocolate, soak in a chocolate scented bath, and unwind from the stresses of everyday life.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe

Of course, these cosmetic recipes a perfect for relaxing in the tub and nourishing your skin. If you want a bath melt recipe that will completely pamper your body from head to toe, then you may want to try out our Mood Enhance Bath Melts Recipe. Firstly, we have the luscious cosmetic oils and butters. These lovely ingredients include coconut oil and cocoa butter, which will nourish and moisturize the skin.

Not only can you enjoy the benefits of the cosmetics oils and butters, but can find cosmetic benefits from the lovely red rose bud petals. These lovely herbs promote relaxation and have anti inflammatory properties. The relaxation properties are enhanced by the calming scent of the Aromatherapy Mood Enhance Fragrance Oil. This scented oil will provide a positive mood with the scent of uplifting floral notes, citrus aromas, floral middle notes of rose and lavender, earthy patchouli, and cedarwood. These wonderful cosmetic ingredients are perfect for enhancing the mood and unwinding after a long day.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Calendula Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Calendula Bath Melts Recipe

Another great bath and body recipe that you can make for your own bathtub is the Calendula Bath Melts Recipe. Although this bath melt recipe uses flower petals, this bath product uses Calendula flower petals. This fantastic herb can be useful for reducing inflammation and acne. Plus these flower petals have a refreshing floral scent. Not only do these flowers smell lovely, but our fragrance oil has a nice scent as well. So, you will love the beautiful, complex aroma of our Asian Pear and Lily Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has top notes of pear, apple, and leafy greenery followed by lovely floral middle notes with a base of pear nectar, musk, and peony flowers. This blend of lovely floral notes and skin softening cosmetic ingredients creates a bath soak that will pamper your senses.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe

Additionally, you can create the lovely Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe. This bath melt recipe is another great bath and body recipe that includes flower petals. In this cosmetic recipe, we have lovely lavender flowers, which will provide a calming aroma as well as beneficial properties for your skin. Plus, this bath melt recipe blends the scent of fresh lavender along with the fresh aroma of Kismet Fragrance Oil. This enlightening fragrance oil has notes of sweet orange and lavender. These notes are followed by woodsy notes of patchouli, incense, and amber. So, this scented oil will help you relax and recharge. At the same time, the luscious oils and butters of this recipe will nourish your skin.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

If you like sweet white chocolate, then the scrumptious White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe would be perfect for you. First of all, you can use the mango butter in this cosmetic recipe to nourish your skin. Further, these bath melts use real white chocolate. Some people have found that chocolate is useful for nourishing the skin. These properties are thought to help reduce signs of aging and rejuvenate your skin. Not only does this cosmetic bath melt recipe use real white chocolate wafers, but this bath recipe uses our White Chocolate Fragrance Oil. So, these simple bath melts will have an aroma of creamy cocoa butter, sweet marshmallow, meringue, white chocolate, and rich vanilla beans. So, you can enjoy the scrumptious scent of this sweet scented oil and nourishing skin benefits of the cosmetic ingredients of this bath and body recipe.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe10 Bath Melt Recipes: Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe

Finally, we have our delightful Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe that you can create for your own use. First, this bath and body recipe uses the stainless tart floater candle mold to create a pretty flower shape for you bath melts. Then, these bath melts are topped with whole lavender flowers. Not only these whole flower blossoms add to the beauty of this recipe as well as the numerous skin benefits.

Speaking of this recipe’s skin benefits, this wonderful cosmetic recipe includes both cosmetic oils and wholesale herbs that will pamper the skin. Of course, the various oils and butters in this skin care recipe are perfect for nourishing the body. Also, this bath melt recipe includes cosmetic herbs that will promote healthy skin, like lemon peel powder and whole lavender flowers. Further, these wholesale herbs enhance the lovely aroma of our Lemon Lavender Type Fragrance Oil. This bright, refreshing scented oil has notes of sweet orange and lemon. These scents are followed by notes of citrus, eucalyptus, and classic lavender. Lastly, this aroma has a base of orange blossoms with woodsy notes. So, this fantastic bath melt recipe is perfect for nourishing the skin and pampering your body as you enjoy the bath.

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Lemon Lavender Dessert

If you enjoy the aroma of this lemon lavender bath and body cosmetic recipe, then you may be interested in trying out a scrumptious dessert that has the same flavor. Say goodbye to boring, plain lemon bars, because this tasty recipe takes it up a notch. This delicious blend of refreshing lavender and fresh lemon is perfect for making these unique and delicious lemon bars. You will love this tasty twist on this tangy, sweet dessert recipe! So, check out the yummy recipe for Lavender Lemon Bars from Sugar Hero to learn exactly how you can create this scrumptious dessert recipe. 

10 Bath Melt Recipes: Ask Us Your Questions10 Bath Melt Recipes: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you enjoy these fun bath and body recipes. If you have any questions about any of our cosmetic recipes, then you can feel free to reach out to us for answers. There are a few different ways that you can reach out to ask us your questions. First, you can call us on our HUG line. We are available to answer any of your crafting questions. Also, you can chat with us in the Natures Garden store to learn more about these recipes. Lastly, you can reach out to us on our social media pages. You can find us on our Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Twitter and Instagram. Not only can you ask your questions on social media, but you can share your opinions and cosmetic recipes.

Jul
31

10 Ways to Use Chamomile


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10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile

If you are looking for some great, herbal recipes to try out, then you may want to take a look at our cosmetic blog for ideas. In this blog, we have 10 Ways to Use Chamomile, which vary from bath and body recipes to room scent recipes. In this blog we have ten wonderful cosmetic recipes will include either Chamomile Flowers German Whole or Chamomile Flowers German Powder. This cosmetic herb is perfect for creating some fantastic skin loving bath and body recipes. Your entire body will love the benefits it can gain from these Natures Garden recipes. If you are interested in learning more about these herbal recipes, then you can check out our formulated bath and body recipes below!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe

First, you can use the whole Chamomile flowers to create a delightful herb soap recipe. So, you can use this cosmetic herb along with quality wholesale soap making products to create the lovely Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe. If you are looking for an easy way to learn how to make soap at home, then using melt and pour is a great place to start! Plus, this cosmetic recipe includes herbs that will enhance the beneficial properties of this herbal soap recipe. Not only does this recipe include the lovely, calming Chamomile Flowers, but there is Rhassoul clay powder added to boost the skin benefits even more. This cosmetic clay will help cleanse and rejuvenate the skin. Not only does this soap contain herbs that are wonderful for skin care, but this soap is scented with a lovely fragrance oil, too.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe Fragrance

Further, this herbal soap recipe uses the refreshing aroma of our Watercress and Aloe Fragrance Oil. This fragrance has subtle top notes of lemon rind and fresh palm leaves that are followed by fresh watercress and aloe notes. This fantastic aroma finishes with invigorating notes of jasmine and eucalyptus. So, this delightful aroma is a perfect way to finish off this fantastic recipe and you will be sure to love everything about this spa quality soap recipe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe

Also, you can use the delightful blooms to create the Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe. This cosmetic recipe incorporates the skin softening properties of both the chamomile flowers and the luscious oils and butters. This blend of herbs and luscious cosmetic ingredients are perfect for pampering your skin while you soak in the tub. Further, the calming effect of this herb is perfect for unwinding after a long day. Plus, this relaxing aroma intertwines perfectly with the delightful aroma of the fragrance oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe Fragrance

Plus, this fantastic recipe includes the lovely Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil, which has a relaxing and luxurious aroma. This refreshing combination of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena with the rich floral aroma of French jasmine petals, oriental bamboo, sea notes, and exotic musk. 

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe

Another great way to use this cosmetic herb is the Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe. This herbal blend perfectly combines Chamomile, Lavender, and powdered milk to create a lovely bath recipe. The soothing properties of the powdered milk will pamper and rejuvenate your skin as the relaxing floral scents envelop your senses. The combination of these calming flowers is perfect for a relaxing bath soak recipe. Just sit back and let these herbal ingredients care for your body from head to toe.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Fizzy Milk Bath Recipe Fragrance

Further, this relaxing bath recipe incorporates the scent of NG Baby Bee Buttermilk Type Fragrance Oil, which is similar to Burt’s Baby Bee Buttermilk Lotion. So, your herb bath recipe will have the light aroma of peaches, mandarin oranges, coconut pulp, bergamot, grapefruit, tropical guava, and tangy lemons. So, this bright, fruity blend is a lovely addition that will entice your senses.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe

Another fantastic recipe that you can create with our chamomile herb is the Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe. Along with this wonderful cosmetic herb, this recipe uses skin loving butters and oils to care for your body. Further, this recipe can be used as a fantastic home massage oil that will both relax you and help to nourish your skin. So, you can lay back and enjoy this cosmetic herb in your bath and body recipes.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Massage Oil Recipe Fragrance

This cosmetic recipe adds the aroma of Tranquil Sleep Fragrance Oil to help you unwind and relax. This fragrance is a blend of jasmine, rose and lily floral scents with juicy fruits and base notes of cedar, amber, and musk. So, this wonderful floral aroma will blend perfectly with the calming effects of the chamomile herb.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe

Further, you can include the gorgeous Chamomile flowers herb with your other quality soap-making supplies. These wholesale cosmetic ingredients are perfect for creating herb soap. For example, the Herbal Soap Recipe contains a delightful aroma along with skin loving oils and butters. Further, this lovely soap loaf uses the Smile Faces Embed Mold and chamomile flowers whole to create a super cute soap recipe that is bright and fun.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Herbal Soap Recipe Fragrance

This wonderful bath and body recipe uses the scrumptious aroma of our Dandelion Pear Fragrance Oil.  This refreshing aroma of wildflowers bends beautifully with the soft scent of this wholesale herb. Plus, the fragrance is perfectly mellowed out with tart fresh pear, green tea leaves, and cool aloe vera. Together, these notes create a fresh, clean aroma that is absolutely perfect for creating homemade soaps.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe

Additionally, you can include this lovely herb in the Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe. Not only does this product contain the relaxing aroma of Chamomile, but this pillow uses true lavender flowers, too. Plus, this spa quality recipe includes a fragrance oil that is the perfect aromatherapy for relaxation. So, this mask contains aromas that are sure to help you unwind and find inner peace.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Relaxing Eye Pillows Recipe Fragrance

Of course, the aroma of this relaxing eye pillow incorporates the calming scent of our Aromatherapy Relaxation Fragrance Oil. This wonderful fragrance includes both fragrance oil notes and essential oils with a soothing blend of freshly picked lavender with juicy citrus notes and a balanced woodsy base.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe

Furthermore, you can use include chamomile flowers in a recipe for the ultimate sunburn relief home remedy that is formulated to reduce pain and support your skin’s natural healing process. Our Sunburn Relief Bath Tea Recipe is a great idea for anyone looking for some sweet sunburn relief. The chamomile flowers have anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to reduce the pain and redness. In fact, each of the herbs in this recipe are known to have qualities that would be helpful for reducing the pain of a sunburn. So, just sit back and relax while these magnificent herbs reduce the burning sensation and help your skin heal sooner!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe 10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe

If you are looking for an alternative for commercial baby powder, then you may want to try out our Natural Baby Powder Recipe! This powder uses a skin loving blend of chamomile and lavender powder with arrowroot powder, too. Plus, you can even add a touch of a fragrance that smells like baby powder to retain that refreshing clean baby scent!

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Natural Baby Powder Recipe Fragrance

If you are interested in having a fresh, clean baby powder scent, then you may want to add a touch of our Baby Powder Fragrance Oil. This wonderful bath and body scent uses a light sensitive aroma that is very similar to the scent of Johnson’s Baby powder aroma. So, your baby will have both the gentle touch of the herbal powder and the soft, clean scent of this scented oil.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe

Lastly, we have the lovely scent of our Envelope Sachet Recipe. This fantastic room scent recipe uses herbs like chamomile, rose, and thyme that add a true herbal aroma to the recipe. This wonderful, herbal aroma of flowers and thyme blends perfectly with the delightful Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. So, you can create a simple scented recipe for the home or on the go that will provide a fantastic fragrance.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Envelope Sachet Recipe Fragrance

Along with the herbs, this homemade sachet recipe uses the lovely aroma of our Butterfly Meadows Fragrance Oil. This fragrance enhances the true herb notes and gives off a wonderful aroma in this sachet recipe. This fragrance has top notes of lovely summer dandelion, refreshing verbena, and soft heliotrope. These notes are followed by middle notes of spring meadows, lily of the valley, and weeping willow. These notes are all resting on base notes of sweet pea blossoms and Kentucky bluegrass.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Soothing Facial Mask Recipe

Lastly, you can use the lovely chamomile flowers power to create our Soothing Facial Mask Recipe. This cosmetic facial uses herbs and Vitamin E oil to completely pamper your face. The French green clay will help nourish and cleanse your skin. Further, the Dandelion Root Powder, Comfrey Root Powder, Burdock Root Powder, and Chamomile Flower Powder are perfect for nourishing and softening your skin. Of course, the vitamins and minerals in these herbs will leave your skin feeling absolutely rejuvenated. So, this herbal facial is a perfect recipe for some much needed rest and relaxation.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Growing Chamomile for Tea

Although our cosmetic herbs are sold for cosmetic use only, chamomile tea has many benefits that you may enjoy. There are many that find that drinking this tea can have some benefits. It is thought to help with better sleep, reduce intestinal distress, help with cramps, and so much more! If you are interested, then you may want to try growing your own chamomile for tea right at home. So, check out Growing Chamomile for Tea by Grow a Good Life to learn more about growing this fantastic flower that will be perfect for creating a calming, herbal tea.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Reach Out to Us

If you have any more questions about this delightful cosmetic herb, then feel free to reach out to us. We are happy to help you create your very own natural herbal cosmetics recipes! So, you can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, or online to get your questions answered. An easy way for you to find us online is to reach out on social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Plus, you can use our @ngscents handle to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Additionally, you can use these platforms to share your ideas! You can share your products or recipes or even display your finished products on our social media.

10 Ways to Use Chamomile: Note About Our Herbs

Note: Natures Garden sells herbs, like our Chamomile Flowers, for external use only. Although some people enjoy chamomile tea, we do not sell our herbs as food items. So, the information that we provide about our herbs is only for educational purposes. We do not intend for you to use this information 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 and attention when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. Also, all of the product testing is the responsibility of the customer.

Jun
22

What is a Carrier Oil?


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What is a Carrier Oil?What is a Carrier Oil?

What is a Carrier Oil? These are all the natural cosmetic oils that you can use in your homemade recipes. They are perfect for creating homemade soap, crafting a skin-loving lotion recipe, and making many of the other kinds of cosmetic recipes. So, knowing about these oils is important for creating the types of bath and body products that you need!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Making Soap Supplies

If you are looking for a good recipe for making soap, then it is going to have some carrier oils in it. Anyone making soap from scratch knows that the carrier oils you choose can influence the quality of your bars. So, these ingredients are essential for cold process soap recipes. You can see specifics on how each oil affects the soap on our Soaping Oil Properties. Even melt and pour soap recipes can benefit by adding some carrier oils to the soap base, which is often done to make the bar more conditioning to the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lotion Making

Also, our bulk carrier oils can be used to create an amazing homemade lotion recipe. These are the oils that we include to nourish and moisturize your skin. In fact, the oils are what do the majority of the skin care in lotions. While you can use butters along with your oils, they can lead to a thicker cream or even a body butter. So, lighter lotions need key carrier oils to perform effectively!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Using Essential Oils

Although essential oils are natural, they aren’t safe to put directly on your skin. Plus, adding a carrier oil will help hold on to the aroma longer than on its own. So, it is actually beneficial for your scent to mix an essential oil with a carrier oil before applying. One of the best carrier oils for essential oils would have to be Sweet Almond Oil or Argan Oil.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier OilsWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier Oils

There are many different kinds of carrier oils that you can mix together for your recipes. Depending on your skin type or level of dryness, you may want to have lighter or heavier oils. Also, some oils are better for face lotions or for foot care. So, the blend of carrier oils that you want varies based on your product and its purpose.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel Oil

First, we have Apricot Kernel Oil, an oil that is light and excellent for skin care. While this oil is light enough to not block pores, it is conditioning enough to be a luxurious oil for cp soap. It’s great for making lotions that don’t leave a greasy feeling and skin into the skin. Also, its perfect in soap because the oil will sink into the skin quickly to fully moisturize the skin. We’ve used this wonderful oil in many bath and body recipes, including the Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe and the Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Argan OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Argan Oil

Next, we have an oil that is amazing for skin care. Argan Oil is easily absorbed into the skin and won’t leave a greasy feeling on your skin. Plus, this cosmetic oil allows your skin to breathe and doesn’t block pores. In fact, this ingredient is used in many acne-fighting recipes. We included this oil in a few cosmetic recipes, like the Argan Soap Recipe and the Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe. In our cp soap recipe, this oil increased the lather and nourished the skin beautifully.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado Oil

Also, adding Avocado Oil to your homemade recipes is a perfect way to increase the moisturizing ability of your product. This cosmetic ingredient is a heavy oil that is perfect for providing dry, damaged skin with the nourishment it deserves. Plus, the high level of unsaponifiable fatty acids and high vitamin content make this skin-sensitive oil great for adding some extra conditioning power to your soap bars, which you can see in the Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Castor OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Castor Oil

Another great oil for your homemade cosmetic recipes is Castor Oil. Not only is this oil thick and perfect for nourishing dry, damaged skin, but this oil is a humectant. This means that oil will pull moisture to it, which will further moisturize your skin as it absorbs. Perfect for creating lotions for feet, like the Natural Salve Recipe , which are often one of the most damaged areas of skin. While this oil would provide some conditioning properties and a rich, creamy lather, it can make your soap sticky. So, avoid adding too much of this oil in your cp soap formulations. By limiting the amount of Castor Oil, we were able use the beneficial properties without as many drawbacks, like with our St Pattys Day Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as many other soaps.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is a great oil for skin that sinks in well and is perfect for scrub recipes like the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe. Also, this sensitive oil is perfect to add to lip balm supplies for making recipes like the Kahlua and Cream Lip Balm Recipe. For soapmaking, this oil provides a hard bar with a bubbly lather that is cleansing. Many find that adding more than 20% of this oil is drying for the skin, so some people may include more conditioning oils to the recipe or even super fat the formula to include more oils.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed Oil

Another fantastic oil for bath and body recipes is Grapeseed Oil. This oil is perfect for cosmetic supplies because it is a lightweight moisturizer that is effective without being too greasy for the skin. So, this oil is perfect for creating lotions sensitive enough for the face, like our Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for soap-making, like our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe. This oil is moisturizing, and even anti-acne, for soap but it doesn’t leave a greasy, heavy oil feeling on the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba Oil

While Jojoba Oil is technically a liquid wax, it is still fantastic for skin care products. This cosmetic ingredient is perfect for everything from lotions like our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe to lip care products like our Green Apple Lip Balm Recipe. In your soap recipes, this cosmetic ingredient is just as conditioning as luxury oils. But, this oil has a longer shelf life.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin Oil

Lanolin Oil is a great cosmetic oil that is wonderful for moisturizing and protecting damaged hair and dry skin. This oil contains very few saponifiables, so it maintains its conditioning properties and provides the bar with a silky feeling. So, we used this wonderful oil in our Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe. Also, you can use lanoin in a solid form, which still absorbs well and is great for protecting damaged skin. This thicker oil has all of the same beneficial properties and can even be used in soaps, like our Beard Soap Recipe.

Raspberry CP Soap Recipe What is a Carrier Oil?: Macadamia Nut Oil

Next, we have Macadamia Nut Oil, which is an oil that is light and perfectly absorbs into the skin. This non-greasy oil is perfect for creating lotions, like our Almond Body Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for adding conditioning properties to your soap and is even great for mature skin types. So, we included this oil in our Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Another great oil that skins into the skin beautifully is Meadowfoam Seed Oil. Not only does this oil work to repair damaged skin, but it has a long shelf life due to its high level of antioxidants. So, it worked wonderfully in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe. Also, this cosmetic oil can be used to superfat soap, reduce rancidity, and increase the fragrance’s lifespan. So, this oil was a great addition to our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Olive Oil

Olive Oil is often a top choice for soapers, because it is very conditioning, helps harden the bar, and creates a mild bar of soap. While some soapmakers may use only olive oil in Castille soap or mostly olive oil in Marseille soap, it makes the bar a bit slimy and barely has a lather. So, many soapers will combine this oil with others to create a great soap recipe, like in our Creamy Cocoa Craziness Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Palm OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Palm Oil

Next, we have another great oil for creating soaps, which is Palm Oil. This soap making ingredient creates a hard, white bar that has a rich, creamy lather. We have used this wonderfully cleansing oil in many recipes, like our Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe and our Beer Cold Process Soap Recipe. 

You may find that your cosmetic oil has solidified, this is because the melt point is slightly above room temperature. Luckily, this is easy to fix. All you have to do is set your bottle in a bowl of warm water until the oil melts again.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil is rich in vitamins and minerals, which provide great properties for the skin. This oil sinks into the skin without leaving oily residue to repair damaged skin. So, it was a perfect addition to our Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran Oil has benefits similar to Olive Oil, so it is conditioning and great for soaps! So, we included this lovely soaping oil in our Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as other great cp soap recipes. Plus, this rich, conditioning bar is perfect for both mature and sensitive skin types.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower Oil

Also, we have a nourishing and skin-loving oil that is perfect for homemade products. Safflower Oil is moisturizing and nourishing for the skin, so we included it in many soap recipes and our own Hair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed Oil

Another great cosmetic oil is Sesame Seed Oil, which is a light cosmetic ingredient full of nutrients for the skin. We include this lovely oil in recipes like our Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe or our Beard Balm Recipe. Also, this oil can be used in cp soap to help slow trace, nourish the skin, and provide a silky lather.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower Oil

Also, Sunflower Oil works well with palm oil and olive oils to provide a rich creamy lather. Plus, this oil is very moisturizing and will provide a silky feel to the soaps. So, this is perfect for adding to our soap recipes and bath products, like our Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond Oil

Lastly, we have a light oil that will perfectly absorb into the skin Sweet Almond Oil. So, it was a great choice for bath and body recipes like Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe or Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. Plus, this oil is perfect for adding some conditioning properties to your soaps.

 

What is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to UsWhat is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to Us

We hope that you were able to find some carrier oils that you enjoy for your bath and body products. Not only are there many to choose from, but there are many combinations that you can try for your recipes. Just start with your favorites and build from there! If you have anymore questions about these oils and how they will work in your recipes, then reach out to us. An easy way to get in contact with us is to reach out on social media. We are on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).

May
25

Types of Emulsifying Wax


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Types of Emulsifying WaxTypes of Emulsifying Wax

There are many different Types of Emulsifying Wax that you can use in your homemade cosmetic recipes. Each of these emulsifying agents are very important for creating products that combine luxurious oils with water. This is exactly what happens when the oils and water separate in a bottle of Italian Salad Dressing. While you can shake these ingredients together, they will separate again without an emulsifying agent. Although this works fine for salad dressings, nobody wants to blend their cosmetic products everything they use them! So, it is important to use one of the emulsifying agents to perfectly blend your oil and water together in your homemade products. If you would like to learn more about the emulsifying agents available at Natures Garden and what recipes you can create with them, then this is the blog for you!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: BTMS 25 EmulsifierTypes of Emulsifying Wax: BTMS 25 Emulsifier

The BTMS 25 Emulsifier, or Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, is a natural emulsifying ingredient that is great for your homemade cosmetics. Not only is this product naturally derived from Colza Oil, but it is very conditioning and gentle for the skin, as well. So, this cosmetic product is perfect for creating creams, lotions, and conditioners that with provide a soft, moisturized feeling to the skin.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe

One of the many recipes that perfectly incorporates BTMS 25 Emulsifier is the Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro Hair Conditioner Recipe. You will love this hair recipe, as it conditions and strengthens your hair! Also, this lotion recipe has a refreshing spa-like scent that is strong and amazingly clean due to the Cucumber Wassabi Cilantro Fragrance Oil with notes of grapefruit and lime, with middle notes of fresh cucumber, guava, and passionfruit, and base notes of wasabi, cilantro, and fern.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Chamomile Light Lotion RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe

Another recipe that the BTMS 25 Emulsifier is perfect for is our Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe. This light, moisturizing recipe allows you to create homemade lotion that is skin loving and moisturizing. Not only does this recipe use ingredients that are wonderful for the skin, but it is scented with the fresh, herbal aroma of our Chamomile Fragrance Oil. 

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Tropical Lotion RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Tropical Lotion Recipe

Also, you can use our BTMS 25 to create this fun Tropical Lotion Recipe. This lotion recipe uses oils and butters that will perfectly care for your skin. Plus, this recipe will include Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil, which is a tropical fruitopia of juicy peaches, papaya, exotic dragon fruit and fresh island pineapple tweaked with nutty notes of almond. So, this recipe is delightfully tropical and perfectly nourishing!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Traditional Emulsifying WaxTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Traditional Emulsifying Wax

Also, you can use the Traditional Emulsifying Wax to create some fantastic creations. This emulsifying wax is low odor, highly stable, and highly compatible, so this is sure to make some wonderful products. Plus, this cosmetic ingredient is perfect for creating emulsions in creams, body butters, conditioners, sunscreens, salves, and much more! This emulsifying agent is perfect for creating thick, luscious creams.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Wine Sugar Scrub RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

One great recipe that you can create with the Traditional Emulsifying Wax is the lovely Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe. This cosmetic recipe takes luxurious butters and oils and emulsifies them with real red wine to create a scrub that is unique and cares for your skin! Plus, this recipe includes the scent of the Christmas Cabernet Fragrance Oil, which blends beautifully with the scent of the wine.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Cocoa Dream Cream RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Cocoa Dream Cream Recipe

Further, this Cocoa Dream Cream Recipe is another great recipe that perfectly includes the Silky Emulsifying Wax. This recipe blends thick, skin loving butters and oils with the scrumptious vanilla scent of Butter Brickle Fragrance Oil with notes of buttery, creamy vanilla. Together, this creates a truly fantastic body butter recipe that you are sure to adore!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Silky Emulsifying Wax Types of Emulsifying Wax: Silky Emulsifying Wax

Another great ingredient for many homemade cosmetic recipes is the Silky Emulsifying Wax. This wonderful ingredient will perfectly emulsify your luscious ingredients to create cosmetics that are silky smooth and great for skin care. If you are looking for emulsifying wax for lip balm, then this is the perfect cosmetic ingredient for you! This emulsifying agent is great for creating all kinds of homemade makeup, lip balm, lotions, and hair care, and lotions.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Foaming Hibiscus Scrub RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe

One luxurious cosmetic recipe that you can create with this ingredient is the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe. This homemade scrub recipe is a wonderful product that moisturizes with the lovely butters and oils. Also, this diy scrub will care for your skin with the skin loving hibiscus flower herb. Furthermore, this wonderful scrub recipe use the delicious aroma of the Hawaiian Sea Mist Fragrance Oil with fruity notes of orange, pineapple, peach and strawberry combined with floral nuances of hibiscus, jasmine and lavender that creates a perfect tropical blend that you will adore!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe

Next, we have a lotion recipe that is basically high-end and spa quality. Plus, this lotion perfectly incorporates the Silky Emulsifying Wax. Our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe has a blend of skin loving oils and herbs that are perfect for skin care products. Plus, this recipe includes the succulent aroma of Lemon, Grapefruit, Peach Nectar, Raspberry, Pink Tulip, Soft Jasmine, Magnolia, Wild Honeysuckle,  and Sheer Musk. This free homemade recipe will nourish your skin as well as leave it feeling soft and smelling absolutely scrumptious.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Pampered Foot Scrub RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe

Plus, you can use this emulsifying agent to create the Pampered Foot Scrub Recipe! This diy scrub recipe uses thick and luscious oils that are perfect for nourishing dry, cracked feet. Plus, this recipe includes the bright citrus aroma of our Tangerine Dreams Fragrance Oil. You feet are going to love this amazing foot scrub recipe.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Polysorbate 80Types of Emulsifying Wax: Polysorbate 80

Another emulsifying agent that you may want to include in your homemade cosmetics is the Polysorbate 80. This cosmetic ingredient is perfect for mixing even more oils into your recipes. One option is mixing in heavier oils, like olive oil or castor oil. But, this could be including a higher percentage of oils into your cosmetic recipe. This cosmetic ingredient would be very useful for creating body washes, hair creams, scrubs, and even more cosmetic oil rich recipes!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil Recipe

The Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil Recipe is a recipe that perfectly incorporates the oils of this cosmetic recipe. Not only does this emulsifier mix the skin loving oils into the recipe, but this ingredient blends the fragrance oil into the recipe. So, this bath oil will nourish your skin and the provide the true herbal scent of our warm Green Tea Fragrance Oil.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Chamomile Light Lotion RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe

Another great cosmetic recipe that uses this emulsifying ingredient is the Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe. This lovely lotion recipe uses both Polysorbate 80 and BTMS to create the perfect blend of skin loving ingredients and the delightful notes of the Chamomile Fragrance Oil.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Polysorbate 20Types of Emulsifying Wax: Polysorbate 20

If you are looking to create a cosmetic product with a smaller amount of oils, then the Polysorbate 20 emulsifier will be perfect for you! This lovely cosmetic emulsifier is derived from natural vegetable sources and is able to blend something light, like a fragrance oil, into the rest of your product. So, every bit of your recipe will include the fantastic aroma of your favorite fragrance oils or light oils. This would be perfect for creating light lotions, body sprays, bath oils, bath bombs, and so much more!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Sexy Body Spray RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Sexy Body Spray Recipe

So, you can use this emulsifying agent to create the beautifully scented Sexy Body Spray Recipe. This emulsifying agent perfectly blends the vibrant aroma of our Extremely Sexy for WOMEN Fragrance Oil into this feminine body spray. So, you will have a sexy diy perfume with gorgeous notes of cactus flower and clementine, blackberry, and vanilla orchid along with base notes of white amber and pimento to create.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Manly Body Spray RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Manly Body Spray Recipe

Also, you can include the Polysorbate 20 in our Manly Body Spray Recipe. This is perfect for making sure that the body spray smells fantastic all the way through. This recipe includes the Light Blue MEN Type Fragrance Oil, which has a refreshing blend of citrus notes which are combined with middle notes of bergamot, balsam, and anise with base notes of patchouli and vanilla. Any strong, confident man will love this sexy, refreshing diy cologne!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Beeswax White PastillesTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Beeswax White Pastilles

Another option you have for adding emulsifying agents to your cosmetic recipes is our Beeswax White Pastilles combined with borax. This is a great way to create some diy cosmetic recipes. Plus, this beeswax is made from the wax of a real honeycomb made by bees. Then, this beeswax is naturally bleached by exposing the wax to sunlight and air. These cosmetic ingredients is perfect for making lotions, lip balm, conditioner, and so much more!  

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Lip Balm RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Chocolate Covered Strawberries Lip Balm Recipe

One great way that you can use our beeswax in your cosmetic recipes is the scrumptious Chocolate Covered Strawberries Lip Balm Recipe. This cosmetic product includes luscious butters and oils along with the delicious Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring. So, you will be sure to fall head over heals for both the taste of sweet strawberry sorbet and the silky, smooth feel of this homemade lip care product.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Margarita Salt Scrub RecipeTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe

Another great use of the beeswax white pastilles is our Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe, which is perfect for exfoliating and moisturizing the skin. The skin loving oils and butters are perfectly blended with the rest of this recipe. Further, this recipe uses the Margarita Fragrance Oil, which has notes of lemon rinds, fresh greenery, and the true scent of lime essential oil. This bright, true scent combined with the nourishing oils creates an amazing scrub recipe that you will truly enjoy!

Types of Emulsifying Wax: How Does It Work?

On a molecular level, oil and water are completely different and won’t mix together on their own accord. The water is polar, which means that the negatively charged electrons are unevenly shared in the molecule. This results in water molecules having a more positive end and a more negative end. However, oils are very nonpolar. This means that oils share their negative electrons evenly. So, oil molecules don’t have any charge. While these molecules can mix with others of the same kind, they don’t like to mix with the molecules other kind.

This is where the emulsifiers come in to save the recipe! Emulsifying agents are molecules that have both a polar part on one side and a nonpolar part on another side. So, this molecule is able to mix with both the water and the oil to create a perfect blend that won’t separate! If you would like to learn even more about cosmetic emulsifiers, then click here to check out Emulsions: Making Oil and Water Mix by AOCS.

Types of Emulsifying Wax: Reach Out to UsTypes of Emulsifying Wax: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed this blog on the importance of emulsifying agents for many cosmetic recipes. While you can use all of these emulsifying ingredients to homogenize your homemade cosmetics, each kind of emulsifier has some unique properties that may be best for certain recipes. So, we thought it could be useful to share their purpose as well as their slight differences. If you have any more questions about any of our emulsifying agents, then feel free to reach out to us on any of our social media pages. You can finds us to ask questions on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we are available on both Instagram and Twitter where you can find us with @ngscents. We hope to hear from you soon! We always love to see our customers’ creations and we would be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Mar
27

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils


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Popular Tropical Fragrance OilsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils

Adding tropical fragrance oils to your homemade products is a perfect way to bring the best parts of summer into your home all year round. These paradise aromas are reminiscent of fun times in the summer sun. Whether you spend all your time sun bathing, sipping on tasty tropical beverages, or enjoying soft tropical breezes, you are sure to find a fragrance that brings back some memories of your favorite vacation. So, these popular tropical fragrance oils are perfect for your creating your homemade products. Using these lovely paradise fragrance oils to create your homemade cosmetic products is perfect way to formulate recipes that are the embodiment of summer fun. So, check out some amazing bath and body recipes that you can create with these delightful scented oils.

Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil

One fantastic fragrance oil that you can use to craft your homemade creations is the Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil. This lovely fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a tropical paradise in a bottle! Jamaica me crazy begins with top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat; middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon. This delightful scented oil could be used to make tropical island scented candles. Also, you can make bath and body products that will virtually take you on a Jamaican vacation.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Coconut Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Coconut Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use this delightful Coconut Fragrance Oil to add a lovely scent to your homemade cosmetics and scented crafts. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will provide your lovely crafts with a delightfully fresh coconut aroma. Many have found that this lovely scented oil is reminiscent of coconut scented suntan lotion. The aroma of this fragrance oil is not too buttery or creamy. So, this will leave your scented products with an aroma that is fresh and clean smelling. Further, using this fragrance oil in your products in your homemade products will transport you to the beach with this warm summer scent!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the warm NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil to create some wonderful homemade recipes. This wonderful fragrance oil has an ozony blend of florals and citrus. These scents combine with white flowers, bergamot, orange blossoms, ylang ylang, muguet and lily. This culminates with a light musk base. Furthermore, we have included this scented oil in our Solid Pink Salt Scrub Recipe. Along with the scrumptious scent of this gorgeous summer scent, this salt scrub uses some lovely ingredients. This includes luxurious oils and beautiful Himalayan Pink Salt that lead to a recipe that will truly care for your body. So, you will absolutely want to try this bath and body recipe out at home.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jungle Love Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Jungle Love Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the Jungle Love Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden to create some delightfully scented diy candles or cosmetic products. This wonderful fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a combination of tropical and citrus scents. This scented oil is a refreshing blend of fresh squeezed oranges, pineapples, bananas, coconut, and fresh kiwi. This is a best selling fragrance of ours that is perfect for creating products that are sure to leave you feeling rejuvenated and relaxed. So, adding this aroma to your recipes will create products that are great for unwinding and reducing stress.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Kulu Bay Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil

Another great exotic scented oil that you can use to make your various diy crafts is the Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil. This fragrance is a luxury spa fragrance oil by Natures Garden! This tropical scent is inspired by the wonderful Fiji Islands; where lush, virgin rainforests revitalize your well-being. Invigorate your mind and soul with this upscale, fresh and exotic fragrance. This scent is an energetic blend of tamarind, crushed lychee berries, Tahitian Noni juice, and fresh cranberries. Then, the scented oil will finish with the herbal freshness of sun-ripened figs and base notes of basil and palm leaves. Plus, you can use this lovely fragrance to perfectly create our Lavender Fizzy Bath Recipe. This rejuvenating and skin-softening recipe blends perfectly with the scent of this tropical scented oil.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil

Further, we have another delightful vacation fragrance to include in your scented crafts. This aroma is perfect for creating both refreshing bath and body products or strongly scented candles. Our Papaya Guava Mango Fragrance Oil is a powerful scent that is very strong and complex! Further, this fragrance has a scent that is relaxing and refreshing. This scent is perfect for recharging with the serene yet uplifting aroma of luscious tropical mango, juicy papaya and creamy island florals. So, this wonderful fragrance oil is perfect for creating our Bubbling Bath Bomb Recipe.  This bath bomb recipe uses bright colors that perfectly match the bright, scrumptious scent of this fragrance oil.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Aloha Fragrances OilsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Aloha Fragrances Oils

Next, you can try out a lovely floral and fruit scented oil in your homemade bath products. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect for creating some delight summer bath and body products. This scented oil, Aloha Fragrances Oil, is a tropical delight that combines sweet coconut and juicy island fruits with exotic, and delightfully fragrant native flora of tiare and plumeria flowers. We have included this island scent in our fun Psychedelic Suds Soap Recipe, which uses differently colored melt and pour soap to create a bright, fun batch of soap. You can create your own unique recipes or try our homemade soap recipe out for yourself!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Caribbean Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Caribbean Fragrance Oil

Another wonderful scented oil that you can use to create some delightful bath and body products is our Caribbean Fragrance Oil. This fun summer scent is a tropical blend of scrumptious coconut and freshly sliced pineapple. Further, the fragrance oil culminates with the aroma of a scrumptious scoop of vanilla ice cream. This fragrance oil has the aroma of a tropical paradise, which is perfect for creating products that are relaxing and bright with a touch of a sweet summer treat. This fragrance oil is the perfect aroma to add to your product line this summer!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Palm Island Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Palm Island Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use our Palm Island Fragrance Oil to create luxurious, spa quality products that you are sure to love! This scented oil is an upscale fragrance that begins with a rejuvenating medley of sweet orange blossoms, yuzu, and kumquat. This is followed by middle notes of juniper, Mediterranean fan palm, and rosemary. This scent culminates with complete ecstasy with base notes of fresh sandalwood and Tahitian vanilla beans. We at Natures Garden have created the Palm Island fragrance to embrace the feeling of the most romantic and serene vacation spots in the world. Just like the real Palm Island, a private island paradise located in the Grenadines, this scented oil is an escape from a busy world. So, this paradise of a scented oil is perfect for enhancing your homemade products to create a relaxing experience.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Tranquil Oasis Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use our Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil to create some gorgeous bath and body products. You can use this scent to pamper yourself with this luxury spa fragrance oil by Natures Garden. This scent will soothe the senses and rejuvenates the soul. The refreshing blend of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena is followed by rich French jasmine petals and salty sea notes. Lastly, this scent is rounded out with exotic musk and oriental bamboo. We used this scented oil to create our lovely Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe, which is perfect for having a relaxing bath.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mango Papaya Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the delightfully tropical scent of our Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil to create some amazing homemade scented crafts. You are sure to fall in love with this fruity blend of ripened mango and juicy papaya. Your product line will not be the same without this fragrance oil! This best selling scent is sure to enhance your product line. Plus, our scented oil now contains a higher essential oil than ever before! So, this scented oil is perfect for creating our Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This lovely soap recipe uses this juicy scent in melt and pour soap to create products that are bright and gorgeous. So, you can use this lovely scented oil to create some lovely scent products!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance OilPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can try out our scrumptious Acai Berry Fragrance Oil in your homemade bath products or room scent products. Real Acai berries have a unique and tropical berry taste. This unique berry grows in the Amazon Rainforest on acai palm trees. Also, it is known for its high levels of antioxidants, and is becoming quite popular around the world for its health benefits. Luckily, our perfumist was able to take the scent of this delicious superfood and recreate it in Natures Garden’s Acai Berry Fragrance. Thanks to our perfumist we are able to use this amazing scented oil in the creation of our Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe. Not only does this sugar scrub smell great, but this scrub recipe uses luxurious butters and oils. Plus, this recipe includes herbs, like poppy seeds, that make this recipe really look like a smoothie!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Mandarin Coconut Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use our Mandarin Coconut Fragrance Oil to create some fantastic homemade products. Not only is this recipe perfect for sweet scented candles, but this aroma would be amazing in products like homemade soap or diy lotion. This is because the scent of this fragrance oil is irresistible. This fabulous aroma is a perfect summer blend of fresh mandarin oranges, tropical fruits, creamy coconut, and vanilla bean. Our Mandarin Coconut Fragrance begins with top notes of fuzzy apricot skin, mandarin balm, and yellow star fruit. This scent is followed by middle notes of white nectarine, papaya smoothie, and mango juice. Finally, theses notes are sitting on base notes of Caribbean coconut, vanilla bean, and Venezuela Tonka. So, you will absolutely want to try this scrumptious scented oil in your homemade recipes!

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Best Tropical Vacation Spots

While these delightful fragrances oils have the aroma of a tropical paradise, a real vacations to a tropical islands are even better! Some vacation spots are perfect for snorkeling and diving off the coast to see gorgeous tropical fish among the awe inspiring reef. Other vacation spots are perfect for you to relax along the beach to get a tan. Also, you could just take some time to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of a tropical paradise. If you are looking for some ideas for great places to vacation, then check out “15 Best Tropical Vacations” by Karen Hastings. This list provides some ideas of gorgeous vacation spots and highlights some of the best parts of each place. Regardless of where you choose to vacation, you are sure to enjoy your time and recharge from a busy life.

Popular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Share With UsPopular Tropical Fragrance Oils: Share With Us

We hope that you enjoyed these lovely tropical fragrance oils!  This list of exotic fragrances is just a few of our vacation scents and you can find even more on our Tropical Scents page. You can use any of these scents are perfect for creating either delightful room scenting crafts or diy bath recipes. If you have created your own products with any of these scented oils, then we would love to hear all about it. Also, feel free to share which of these fragrance oils was your absolute favorite! You can share with us on one of our social media pages. You can use @ngscents to find us on Instagram or Twitter. Also, you can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Aug
14

30 Ways to Use Beeswax


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30 Ways to Use Beeswax30 Ways to Use Beeswax

Beeswax is used in a variety of bath and body products. When added to bath and body products it can thicken the consistency. However, that is not its only purpose. When used in skin care recipes, beeswax can help lock moisture in, yet still, let your skin breathe. Not only that but this wonderful cosmetic wax also helps keep skin protected. Beeswax also works to help keep the skin both nourished and soft. When beeswax is added to homemade beeswax candles, it helps create a longer cleaner burn. Read on for 30 ways to use beeswax in your handcrafted candles and cosmetic recipes. In addition, be sure to check out our beeswax class for more information on Natures Garden’s white beeswax pellets.

 

 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Beard Balm Recipe30 Ways to Use Besswax Beard Balm Recipe

First, we have an awesome Beard Balm Recipe. This recipe was formulated with beard care in mind. This balm is perfect for keeping that beard tame and in its place. In only a few steps, you this beard wax will be ready in a breeze. Don’t worry though, when using it, no breeze will ruin your beard. You will find many beard beneficial oils in this recipe such as jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, sesame oil, olive oil, and castor oil. We used Cedarwood Virginiana essential oil in this recipe along with vitamin E oil, cocoa butter, and shea butter. Find out more about each oil we used in this recipe and its benefits to your beard here.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe

Look how colorful this layered scrub is! Pink Lemonade Scrub Recipe is perfect for an at home spa day. In this handmade body scrub recipe, we use Raspberry Lemonade Fragrance Oil and our vibrant FUN soap colorants. This scrub making tutorial shows you how to make a raspberry lemonade scented emulsified scrub.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe

Next, we have Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe. This foaming scrub uses dead sea salt for extra scrubbing power when you need it! It is super easy, vibrant and fun to make. Also, Margarita Salt Scrub Recipe will help exfoliate your skin and leave it feeling nice and soft.

 

 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe

Now, we have a recipe that contains sodium cocoyl isethionate or SCI. SCI will help leave your skin super soft even if you have sensitive skin. In addition, we used hibiscus to naturally color the scrub so, you do not need to add a soap dye. Hibiscus flower powder was used to get the natural red pink color you see. We topped this scrub off with whole dried hibiscus flowers for a final decorative touch. Lastly, this scrub smells amazing with the Hawaiian Sea Mist Fragrance Oil!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Activated Charcoal Scrub Recipe

Who doesn’t love activated charcoal? Natures Garden has a wonderful recipe that contains activated charcoal, along with a ton of skin loving ingredients like coconut oil 76, macadamia nut oil, shea butter, mango butter, emulsifying wax, beeswax, jojoba oil, arrowroot powder, vitamin E, and vegetable glycerin. Finally, we scented this recipe with Black Linen and Amber Fragrance Oil.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Saint Patricks Day Candle Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Saint Patricks Day Candle

For all of our homemade candle makers, we have a super cute candle for St. Patrick’s Day. While soy wax is the bulk wax of this candle, we use beeswax for the shamrock. We scented this soy and beeswax candle with NG Aloe & White Lilac Fragrance Oil.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax White Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

Now, we have a delicious bath melt recipe. The aroma of white chocolate and mango butter while taking a bath will soothe your stress away. This recipe is a simple recipe that will make about twelve bath melts! You will not be disappointed if you make this bath time recipe using real white chocolate. Also, it will make a great addition to your bath and body product line!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Vanilla Cinnamon Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, we have a sweet treat for your body! This wonderful aroma of Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil and Cinnabun Type Fragrance Oil makes a great combination for this layered sugar scrub. Additionally, this recipe mixes things up with both brown sugar and white sugar.  Brown sugar is wonderful in a scrub, providing a gentler exfoliation compared to the white sugar in this scrub.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

Another unique sugar scrub recipe from Natures Garden! This beautifully scented scrub in made with real wine. This red wine scrub not only uses real wine, it is also scented with Natures Garden Christmas Cabernet Fragrance oil which makes it the perfect holiday product addition, or even a great handcrafted Christmas gift for the wine lovers in your life.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub Recipe

Next, another sugar scrub recipe from Natures Garden.  We might be slightly obsessed with scrubs here at NG. The warm and delightful vanilla aroma in this scrub will leave your skin smelling amazing and super soft. We used Vanilla Extract Fragrance Oil in this gentle brown sugar body scrub recipe.

 

  30 Ways to Use Beeswax Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe

Now, Natures Garden has a very cute bath melt recipe. This handcrafted bath recipe is packaged in clamshell containers. Packaging your melts this way means no molds to clean up. In addition, all you need to do is add a label and your product is ready for shelves! With the addition of shea butter, sweet almond oil, and real dried chamomile flowers, these hand made bath melts will help you soak the blues away. In addition, they are scented with Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil for an at home spa experience.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe

Just in time for the fall season. Pumpkin Sugar Scrub is made scented with none other than Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil. This handmade layered scrub recipe is colored with festive fall colors and both pumpkin spice powder and orange peel powder.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Shea Butter Lip Balm Recipe  30 Ways to Use Beeswax Shea Butter Lip Balm Recipe

Next, we have a shea butter lip balm recipe. Sweetened with honey and flavored with buttercream cupcake, this homemade lip balm is sure to please. The addition of shea butter will help leave your lips soft and nourished.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Cotton Candy Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

I love the swirl of this recipe, don’t you? The fun colors and cotton candy scent give this layered body scrub a true to life cotton candy look. We used Fluffy Pink Candy Fragrance Oil to scent this scrub.But rest assured, this sugar scrub isn’t just about looks and smell! It will help exfoliate your skin and leave it nice and soft.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Gourmet Chocolate Bath Melts Recipe

Another great recipe from Natures Garden! This lovely bath melt recipe includes real organic cocoa powder. With only a few simple ingredients, along with Gourmet Dark Chocolate Fragrance Oil, your bath melts will be ready in no time. Indulge in succulent dark chocolate, without the calories.  With the addition of skin loving oils, this truly is a treat for your body!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rose Violet Bath Melts Recipe

Here is another to use beeswax in bath melts. This bath and body recipe from Natures Garden incorporates dried pink rose petals and is naturally colored pink with beet root powder. Finally, we scented this hand crafted heart shaped melt with NG Rose & Violet Type Fragrance Oil.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pot o Gold Candle Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pot o Gold Candle Recipe

Now. a recipe for all you candle makers using our Green Clover and Aloe Fragrance Oil. While Joy wax is the main wax for this candle, Natures Garden also incorporated beeswax in the candle for both the rainbow and pot of gold portion.  When used in a homemade candle, beeswax will nicely adhere to the jar, allowing you to create a variety of designs. Check out this candle making tutorial for more information and step by step instructions on this candle making technique.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe

Emulsified sugar scrubs are wonderful. They are created for those who prefer to have sugar completely mixed with the oil. So, for those wanting a body scrub without any oil separation, this type of scrub is for just right for you! This emulsified sugar scrub recipe from Natures Garden is filled with wonderful ingredients all from Natures Garden. In addition, it is scented with Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil, it will make your skin smell amazing and feeling refreshed. The perfect sugar scrub!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Clamshell Bath Melts Recipe

If you love lavender, then this bath melt recipe is just for you! Made with mango butter, grapeseed oil, beeswax, and dried lavender flowers, it is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Also, Natures Garden scented this wonderful bath melt recipe with Kismet Fragrance Oil.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rose Petals Bath Melts Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rose Petal Bath Melts Recipe

Next, Natures Garden has a naturally green bath melt recipe. How did we color this bath melt naturally green? Paisley leaf powder, can be used as a natural green colorant in homemade soaps, lotions, and other cosmetic recipes. Also in these bath melts, you will find shea butter, mango butter, cocoa butter, beeswax, and coco mango fragrance oil for an amazing bath time recipe. This recipe will make approximately 12 bath melts that you will fall in love with!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Sexy Edible Massage Bar30 Ways to Use Beeswax Sexy Edible Massage Bar Recipe

Now, it’s time to change it up a little bit. This intimate massage recipe has a unique use. Flavored with black cherry boom flavoring and dark chocolate wafers, you can use this recipe to make your own massage bars. In addition to beeswax, this recipe uses our all natural lip balm base, making this edible massage bar a simple beginners cosmetic recipe.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rejuvenating Foot Balm Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Rejuvenating Foot Balm Recipe

Taking care of your feet is super important. Natures Garden has a wonderful foot balm recipe. This foot care recipe uses a wonderful essential oil blend that your toes are sure to love. The scented oil blend of Peppermint Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, and Eucalyptus Globulus 80/82 Essential Oil will leave tired feet feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. This recipe is wonderful for people who have rough and cracked feet. Or, for those just looking to pamper their feet.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Ghostly Scented Toilet Paper Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Ghostly Scented Toilet Paper Recipe

Now, look how fun this recipe looks! What a fun way to scent your bathroom or any other room. You will need supplies that Natures Garden does not carry. But 5 of the ingredients Natures Garden does carry. In this recipe, we used Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil to stay with the Halloween theme. Or you can switch it up and use another fragrance oil from Natures Garden.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Lemon Lavender Bath Melts Recipe

Ready to take a relaxing bath using this delightful bath melt? With the aroma of Lemon Lavender Fragrance Oil used to scent these bath melts, it sounds relaxing just reading about them, right? The look of these bath melts are very appealing and will make your warm bath wonderful and relaxing!

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Girly Girl Salve Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Girly Girl Salve Recipe

Next, Natures Garden has a unique salve recipe. The menthol crystals that are added to this recipe make it a very smooth and soothing salve. Also, Natures Garden scented this fragrance oil with Waterlily Fresh Mint Fragrance Oil. Which is a wonderful combination with the added menthol crystals.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Natural Deodorant Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Natural Deodorant Recipe

A wonderful recipe to make your own homemade deodorant! Natures Garden scents this recipe using Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil and Lemongrass Fragrance Oil. Other ingredients in this recipe include beeswax, cocoa butter, coconut oil-76, castor oil, and vitamin E oil. A very easy and simple recipe that you will love!

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pug Candle Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Pug Candle Recipe

Now, look how cute this candle is! Scented with Giggles Fragrance Oil, this adorable pug candle is sure to put a smile on everyone’s face! This handcrafted candle uses beeswax to create the pug’s lovable face. Inspired by our mascot, Enji, it has long been a favorite beeswax candle recipe for many of Natures Garden’s customers.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Honeycomb Candle Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Honeycomb Candle Recipe

Here is another beeswax candle recipe scented with our Honey Fragrance Oil. This candle recipe shows how to create a rolled beeswax candle. However, we take it a step further, surrounding the beeswax portion with gel wax. Learn more about this candle in Natures Garden’s honeycomb candle tutorial.

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Beeswax Candle Recipe 30 Ways to Use Beeswax Beeswax Candle Recipe

Next, Natures Garden has a recipe that is made from our white beeswax pellets. This beeswax recipe will guide in creating homemade rolled beeswax sheets. Then, we will show you how to roll beeswax sheets into candle with this free candle making tutorial.

 

30 Ways to Use Beeswax Strawberry Cheesecake Lip Balm Recipe30 Ways to Use Beeswax Strawberry Cheesecake Lip Balm Recipe

Finally, we have lip balm recipe that will show you how to layer lip balm to add a fun creative flare to your cosmetic products. This lip gloss recipe uses the delicious strawberry cheesecake flavor oil, making it a nice and sweet tasting lip balm.

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Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil


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Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil is an exotic scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a luxurious blend of cool citrus notes, fresh floral scents, and calming scents similar to a salty ocean with undertones of exotic musk and bamboo scents that perfectly blend to create a fragrance fit for a spa resort get away. This scent has been described as a perfect aroma for perfumes as well as other bath and body creations.

What Does Our Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Pamper yourself with this luxury spa fragrance oil by Natures Garden that soothes the senses and rejuvenates the soul. A refreshing blend of cool citrus notes of satsuma and verbena, followed by rich French jasmine petals and salty sea notes, and rounded out with exotic musk and oriental bamboo.  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!

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

Our customers can create all sorts of different bath and body creations with this rejuvenating fragrance oil. Bath oils, bath gels, lotions, perfumes, bath teas, bath bombs, and other similar products can be made with a maximum of 5% of this fragrance oil. Finally, strongly scented household cleaning products can be scented with a concentration of 5%.

Any soap from scratch recipe can successfully use this scent, which is shown by our Cold Process Soap Testing Results. A batch of soap that uses this aroma will have no separation and no ricing. While the scent will cause slight acceleration in trace, soaping at room temperature will help to reduce some of this issue. The final results will retain a strong scent in the soap and the fragrance will have no discoloration. If you are looking to color any of your bath and body creations, then we would recommend using some blue liquid soap dye in the amount you would prefer most. These kinds of products can be colored differently as long as you don’t include candle dyes.

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

Various homemade room scenting creations can be made well with this relaxing spa fragrance oil. Dry potpourri recipes and diy incense sticks can each be made with no more than 50% of this exotic scent. Further, sachet recipes can be created with this spa aroma. Also,this tropical scent can be included in making scented candles at home. Up to 10% of this island scent can be used in either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax products. Joy wax and wow wax will both perform perfectly. Soy candles diy can be created with this relaxing aroma. We suggest using either three drops of blue liquid candle dye or a small bit of shredded blue color block. Of course, crayons aren’t a good substitute for colorants as they are likely to clog your candle wick.

Tranquil Oasis Fragrance Oil Recipe

Our Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe combines the relaxing aroma of this tropical spa fragrance oil with the serene setting of a nice, long bath to create a perfect product to unwind and forget your worries.