20 Ways to Use Pumpkin in Bath Bath and Body Recipes
It is that time of year again! Pumpkin lover’s rejoice! Pumpkin everything surrounds you. Today, we will show you 20 ways to use pumpkin that you are going to love! Whether you are a candle maker or a soap maker you must read on to see just what you can make with the wonderful 20 ways to use pumpkin.
Also, for anyone local, we have the perfect pumpkin patch that you MUST visit! Burnham Orchards is perfect for both pumpkins and apples. While you are there, go for a hayride with the kids or help them pick out their pumpkins! This is a place both the young and young at heart can enjoy. Once you have picked your pumpkins be sure to watch them launch a pumpkin from a cannon.
20 Ways to Use Pumpkin Powders and Pumpkin Oil
Pumpkin seed oil is a carrier oil that is used in a wide range of soap and cosmetic recipes. It’s a darker oil that has a natural nutty aroma. Some prefer their soaping oils to be lighter and minimal natural scent, but despite its natural color and scent, pumpkin seed oil is packed with nutrients. It has Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, Vitamins E, A, and C, and it is rich in the mineral zinc. Pumpkin seed oil is easily absorbed into the skin and helps to repair dry, damaged skin.
Next, Pumpkin Pie Spice Powder is a natural spice blend of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg. Natures Garden’s organic Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend can be used in anything from handmade soap to bath fizzies to wax melt recipes.
Pumpkin seed powder can be used in a variety of your homemade cosmetic recipes. These pumpkin seeds contains an array of nutrients which are beneficial to your body. Pumpkin seeds contain 18 amino acids, omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, manganese, magnesium, zinc, iron, copper, and vitamin K. Pumpkin seed powder is used in cosmetics for its antioxidant, nourishing, and skin softening properties.
20 Ways to Use Pumpkin Fragrance Oils
Fragrance Oils are another way to incorporate pumpkin into your handmade candle recipes as well as bath and body recipes. Pumpkin fragrance oils are our most popular scents in candles as well as bath and body products in both the fall and winter months.
You are going to go crazy for this fragrance oil by Natures Garden! This bakery scent is the aroma of delicious warm pumpkin pie filling with notes of creamy milk; rounded out with yellow cake that has been freshly baked, drizzled with melted butter, pecans, and hints of spice.
This spiced pumpkin fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of sweet creamy pumpkin, followed with hints of spicy nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and ginger; surrounded with warm buttery vanilla notes.
Frosted Pumpkin Type Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a replication of a famous aroma. This pumpkin fragrance oil starts with refreshing citrus top notes of fresh lemon, followed by middle notes of warm pumpkin and hints of spicy nutmeg and ginger; rounded with a base of sugary maple and creamy vanilla frosting.
This pumpkin fragrance oil by Natures Garden is similar to the famous sweet pumpkin fragrance. It is the sugar and creamy mixture of spicy pumpkin puree with warm notes of butter and sweet vanilla cream.
Next, a fragrance oil by Natures Garden that will lift your spirits and get you ready for the holidays starting with top notes of apple, orange, pear, cherries, and pineapple, the fragrance is followed by hints of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove. This fragrance is closed out with lingering base notes of warm vanilla. Our customers adore this unique, original, and simply amazing pumpkin fragrance oil!
Who can resist pumpkin cheesecake? For those that mist now make a pumpkin cheesecake, here is a recipe! I will be trying this tonight. Now, back to the fragrance oil! Pumpkin Cheesecake fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the delectable scent of ground cinnamon, cardamom, Vermont maple, carrot, whipped cream, rum, and pumpkin puree of course! It is then blended to perfection with cream cheese, caramelized sugar, and French vanilla. Can you see why this is my favorite pumpkin scent?
Another option is Pumpkin Eggnog Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden. This is the perfect blend of eggnog and warm pumpkin pie! This fragrance is magical! It is the combination of sweet and creamy vanilla custard and fresh pumpkin and crisp apple. It is rounded out with hints of spices of cinnamon and clove, with an ever so subtle base of cedar and musk.
Next, pumpkin rolls, another holiday tradition in my family! They’re sweet, creamy, delicious. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is does not disappoint, smelling just like the real thing! However, if you really are wanting to make the real thing, here is a recipe. Now, the fragrance oil, it has notes of sweet sugar pumpkin puree spiced with hints of cinnamon, and nutmeg layered onto a warm, sweet-butter crust, drizzled with maple and honey.
Ok, so I have never actually tried a pumpkin biscotti, but if they taste as good as this fragrance smells, I will be getting some this weekend for sure. The aroma of freshly baked Italian biscotti with delicious notes of pumpkin and fresh walnuts. With tops notes of almond and cherry, followed by middle notes of pumpkin and warm base notes of biscotti cookie, walnuts, vanilla you will definitely need to add this one to your holiday fragrance oil list.
20 Ways to Use Pumpkin in Candles
Now, we have talked about the products you can use in pumpkin candles. So, let’s talk about how Natures Garden’s creative team has used pumpkin in our free candle and wax melt recipes. These candles also use many of the fragrance oils listed above.
First, our pumpkin pie candle recipe is perfect for all you pumpkin lovers. This homemade candle recipe uses both a container wax and pillar wax. The pillar wax is used for the adorable pumpkin embed that tops the Joy Wax candle. This candle making tutorial will show you how to make a layered candle and how to whip candle wax. Finally, we scented this handcrafted pumpkin candle with Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil.
This next candle making recipe is perfect for those making wax tarts for wax melters. This recipe includes pumpkin creatively in two different way. First, the wax melts are scented with Natures Garden Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil, which happens to be my favorite pumpkin scent! This layered wax melt is a layered tart using Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax with a whipped Joy Wax topping. Then, we top it off with a decorative sprinkle of our Pumpkin Pie Spice Powder.
So now, we have the wonderful Pumpkin Delight Clamshell Tarts Recipe. This clamshell wax melts are scent with Pumpkin Crunch Cake Fragrance Oil. This recipe is another layered wax melt recipe. I know what you’re thinking, how do I choose between the cheese cake and crunch cake. Well here is the benefit to using clamshells for your melts, instant packaging! All you have to do is close the lid and add a label. So, this recipe is perfect for those looking for convenience. The packaging is quick and all you have to worry about is making an amazing label!
20 Ways to use Pumpkin in Soap Making
Now, whether you make cold process soap or melt and pour, here are some pumpkin soap making recipes. Whether you are just looking to add a pumpkin fragrance oil, or you want to add a little pumpkin spice to your like Natures Garden has got you covered. Look no further these soap making recipes are all kind of pumpkin fun! Below, you will find a few more of the 20 ways to use pumpkin.
First, our Carrot Cold Process Soap Recipe. This cp soap recipe from Nature’s Garden uses our Frosted Pumpkin Fragrance Oil and real baby food. This soap recipe is packed with oils that your body will thank you for!
This next recipe shows you how to create cute little frosted soap cupcakes with our Carrot Cupcake Soap Recipe! These melt and pour cupcake soaps use our pumpkin pie spice blend to give this fun soap recipe a decorative finish. They also use Natures Garden’s Goat Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base and Carrot Cupcake Fragrance Oil.
Now, something for the kids! Every parent knows it can at times be hard to get the kiddos to take a bath. So, why not make bath time fun with this super cool Pumpkin Puke Soap Jelly Recipe. Not only will they have fun using the soap jelly, but they can even decorate the jar like a pumpkin! In addition, it is scented with Pumpkin Roll Fragrance Oil. So they will smell sweet and pumpkiny!
Finally, we created the Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe using real pumpkin puree and our Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil. This cold process soap recipe is perfect! It’s packed with skin loving oils, including pumpkin seed oil and it’s topped off with a decorative dollop of soap resembling whipped cream.
20 Ways to use Pumpkin in Other Recipes
Next, we’ve talked about soap making, we’ve talked about candles but pumpkin really can be incorporated into so many types of cosmetic recipes too. Whether you want to make a scrub or a room scent read below for more pumpkin ideas.
First, we have the Pumpkin Eggnog Foaming Sugar Scrub. This body scrub recipe uses Natures Garden’s Whipped Soap Base. Learn how to make a festive fall sugar scrub with this scrub making tutorial. Of course, this handcrafted cosmetic recipe was scented with Pumpkin Eggnog Fragrance Oil.
Now, we have our Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe. Not only does this recipe use Pumpkin Walnut Biscotti Fragrance Oil, it also uses pumpkin pie spice powder and pumpkin seed oil. Not only does this layered scrub look awesome, it’s an all over treat for your body.
Next, on our list of 20 ways to use pumpkin, we have pinecone firestarters! This recipe uses Pleasingly Pumpkin Fragrance Oil to fill your home with the wonderful aroma while warming your home.
20 Ways to use Pumpkin with Soap and Candle Embed Molds
First, we have the pumpkin embed mold. This tiny pumpkin mold is perfect for both candle making and soap making. These pumpkins are perfect for topping your handmade soaps and homemade candles.
Next, we have a pumpkin mold that can not only be used for mp soap, but also cold process soap. Natures Garden’s silicone molds will withstand heat without any problems making these type of soap molds perfect for cp soapers. The molds would also make adorable pumpkin shaped solid sugar scrubs!
Finally, we have the Jack O Lanterns mold is a great size for your Halloween soaps. However you can also use a wick pin when pouring your candle wax to create a candle using this pumpkin mold.
We have shared the ways we have used pumpkin in our homemade candle, handmade soap, and handcrafted cosmetic recipes. We are sure there are more than 20 ways to use pumpkin. So now, it’s your turn. Show us all pumpkiny goodies you have created by posting pictures on our Facebook page. You can also tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents. We have so much fun looking at all of our customer’s creations!