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Aug
20

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe


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Elder Flowers Bath Bomb RecipeElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe

Check out this new bath bomb recipe that you will absolutely love and care for your whole body. The Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe from Natures Garden is perfect for making cosmetics that are lovely for your senses and your skin. First, the appearance of this lovely cosmetic recipe combines lovely herbs to create a fun, fizzy recipe that is simple and beautiful. Not only does this fun bath bomb recipe bubble and fizz, but this lovely cosmetic recipe has a lovely aroma. You will love the scent of this fragrance oil along with the notes of fresh floral petals. Further, this bath and body recipe uses cosmetic herbs that are wonderful your nourishing your skin.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Ingredients Available from Natures Garden

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
Citric Acid
Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
Olive Oil – Pomace
Bentonite Clay Powder
Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil
Elder Flowers Whole
Juniper Berries Whole
Bath Bomb Molds
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
Safety Glasses
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Nature’s Garden Apron
Safety Mask

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Needed Ingredients

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

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Total Weights and Amounts

182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate
300 grams of the Citric Acid
600 grams of the Baking Soda
18 grams of the Olive Oil
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
5 grams of the Elder Flowers Whole
15 grams of the Juniper Berries Whole
18 grams of the Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Wild Elderberry Fragrance OilElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil

You will love the sweet and fruity aroma of this delicious scented oil. The scent of our Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil uses a variety of both fruity and floral notes. First, this aroma starts with notes of tart, wild elderberries and huckleberries. These notes are combined with the aroma of sweet nectar of peach and apricot. Further, this fragrance oil continues with notes of violet and white floral scents that are wrapped in a sandalwood base. Together, the floral and woodsy heart of this aroma balances the sweet aroma of this fruity goodness. Furthermore, the true scent of the whole Elder Flowers herb blends perfectly with the lovely floral notes of this unique fragrance oil,  So, you will will this scrumptious scented oil in your bath and body recipes.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare and Sanitize

Before you begin creating this bath and body recipe, you may want to do a little bit of prep work. First, you will want to prepare the equipment that you will need for this bath bomb recipe. Additionally, you will want to create a work space for you to make your cosmetic recipe. Both the work space and the cosmetic making supplies and work space should be sanitized. Lastly, you will want to prepare the spray bottle of witch hazel. Now, you are ready to create this bath bomb recipe!

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Dry Cosmetic IngredientsElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Mixing the Dry Cosmetic Ingredients

First, you are going to want to prepare the dry cosmetic ingredients of this bath and body recipe. So, you will need to weigh and combine 182 grams of the Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder, 300 grams of the Citric Acid, and 600 grams of the Baking Soda into a medium mixing bowl. After these three ingredients are in the same bowl, you will need to use a gloved hand to mix these ingredients together. Make sure that these ingredients are evenly mixed and that any clumps are broken up. After, you can move on to preparing the wet ingredients for this cosmetic recipe.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Prepare the Wet Ingredients

Next, you are going to prepare the wet ingredients for this lovely cosmetic recipe. So, you will need to combine 18 grams of the Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil and 18 grams of the Olive Oil in a separate mixing bowl. Once these cosmetic ingredients are weighed out into the bowl, you will be ready to move on to the next step.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Combine the Wet and Dry IngredientsElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Combine the Wet and Dry Ingredients

Now, you are going to blend the wet ingredients and the dry ingredients together in one of the medium mixing bowls. After these cosmetic ingredients are combined, you will need to mix these ingredients together well. Again, we suggest that you would use your gloved hands to mix the ingredients. Then, you will need to continue to blend these bath bomb supplies together until all of these ingredients are evenly mixed. Once the powdered herbs and other cosmetic ingredients are combined very well, you can move on to the next step in this process.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Add Whole Cosmetic HerbElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Add Whole Cosmetic Herb

Next, you are going to add this cosmetic herb to your bath bomb mixture. So, weigh out 5 grams of the Elder Flowers Whole and add it to your bath bomb mixture. Then, you will need to mix these herbal flowers with the other cosmetic ingredients. We suggest that you use your gloved hands to thoroughly blend these cosmetic flowers into the dough recipe. Make sure to continue mixing until all the ingredients are blended together evenly. After this wholesale herb is evenly blended, you can move on to the next step in the cosmetic making process.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mixture with Witch HazelElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Spraying the Mixture with Witch Hazel

Now, you are ready to get the cosmetic bath and body mixture ready to use. So, use the spray bottle of witch hazel to begin spraying the mixture. Make sure that you continue to spray as you blend these ingredients with your gloved hands. But, be careful not too spray the mixture too much. Otherwise, you could accidentally activate the ingredients in the bowl. To avoid this, you will need to pay attention to when the mixture begins to have  a crumbly dough consistency. At this point, you are ready to move on to creating the next step.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Herbs to the Bath Bomb MoldsElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding Herbs to the Bath Bomb Molds

Then, you will be ready to begin filling the first half of the bath bomb mold with this mixture. First, you will be adding this wholesale cosmetic herb to your bath bomb mold. So, you will need to add a pinch or two of the Juniper Berries herb to this cosmetic bath bomb mold. This amount should be about enough to make a small pile of these cosmetic berries in the bottom of the cosmetic bath bomb mold. If you want a gauge of how many berries to use, then you can use the picture to the left as a guide. Once seven top halves of the bath bomb have these berries, you are ready to move on to actually filling up the wholesale bath bomb molds.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Filling the Wholesale Bath Bomb Molds

Next, you are going to fill both halves of the bath bomb molds wholesale. First, you will fill the one side of the mold that contains a small amount of the whole cosmetic herb. Then, you will need to fill the other half of the bath bomb mold with more of the same dough mixture. The only difference between the two mold halves is that one will have the juniper berries and the other half will not have this herb. As you go along filling the mold and make sure you pack the molds tightly. Once both sides of the bath bomb mold are completely filled, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Mold Halves

Now, we are going to combine both of the bath bomb mold halves of the filled bath bomb mold. Before you push these two parts together, you will need to spray each of the halves with the bottle of witch hazel. After each side of the filled mold is lightly sprayed, you can fit these cosmetic mold halves together. Now, you can set this filled bath bomb mold aside. Make sure that you put the bath bomb somewhere safe where it can set up. You will need to wait for this cosmetic bath and body recipe to set up before you remove or sure the finished product. Make sure that you use the same method to fill up the other six remaining bath bomb molds for this recipe. Then, allow them to set up in a safe place, too.

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Finished Bath Bomb Recipe

Lastly, your bath bomb recipe is nearly complete! All you have left to do is wait for the bath bombs to set up. But, you will know that the bath bomb is set up as it will harden completely. Now, your bath bombs are ready to use! Of course, you can remove and use the bath bombs at this point. They will work perfectly and be full of fizzy fun! Additionally, you can use the wholesale bath bomb mold as a simple way to package up your bath and body recipe. However, you can taqke the bath bombs out and package them in your own way. Regardless, you will love using these lovely bath bombs!

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Elder Flowers WholeElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Elder Flowers Whole

You will love the Elder Flowers Whole in your skin loving cosmetic recipes. These floral herbs will care for your skin and provide a lovely scent. First, this cosmetic herb has some anti-inflammatory properties to enjoy for your skin. So, this herb can be useful for rashes, eczema, and many more inflammation based ailments. Additionally, you can use this herb to promote healing in the skin, which can help fade bruises and minor cuts. Also, this cosmetic herb has been used by some to improve your complexion, skin tone, and prevent wrinkles. Further, this herb can help reduce break outs, as it balances facial oils, pulls toxins out of pores, and is antibacterial. Further, this herb can be used for its cleansing properties due to the antiseptic, antiviral, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties of this herb. If you want to learn even more about this wholesale herb, then you should check out our Elderflower Class!

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Elder Flowers Whole Medicinal

Even thought the Natures Garden wholesale herbs, like the Elder Flowers Herb, are for cosmetic use only, there are those that enjoy the medicinal benefits of this herb. But, these people use  food grade Elder Flowers herbs rather than cosmetic herbs. Many people have found that this herb can be used as a diuretic and as a laxative to relieve constipation. Also, this cosmetic oil can be useful for treating the flue, colds, fevers, and even inflamed eyes. Some people have found that this herb can be useful for dealing with allergies and can even help strengthen the membranes of the respiratory tract. If you want to add this floral herb to your diet, then check out 10 Elderflower Recipes and Remedies by the Herbal Academy

Elder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your QuestionsElder Flowers Bath Bomb Recipe: Ask Us Your Questions

If you have any questions about this cosmetic recipe or any others, then you should feel free to reach out to us! You can find us and reach out online, in the store, and on the phone. One easy way that you can reach out to us online is through our social media. Using either our name or our handle, which is @ngscents, to find us. Of course, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to reach out to us. Further, social media can be used to stay up to date on our new recipe releases. So, you can use these social platforms to find out when our next bath and body recipes is ready for you to try! Plus, this is the perfect place to share you own creations with us and the other customers. So, we definitely hope to hear from you soon!

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

Aug
16

Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil


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Wild Elderberry Fragrance OilWild Elderberry Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delightfully tart, juicy fragrance that works perfectly in any application!  Customers rave about the blend of bright, rich berries with crisp florals and soft woods.  This scent is so fruity, you may want to try a taste (although we do not recommend it)!  A valued customer from Tooele, UT writes, “A friend ordered this and gave me an ounce to try and OMG it smells like something you wanna eat or drink. So fruity! Made soy wax tarts & just 1 small cube scented my entire upstairs & I have never had any scent do that before. Can’t wait to make bath and body products with this. So, so good! If you like fruity scents you will love this one.”  Give this powerfully poignant fragrance a try today!

What Does Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delicious-smelling fruity fragrance that will make your mouth water!  Notes of tart wild elderberries and huckleberries combine with the sweet nectar of peach and apricot.  A floral woody heart of violet and white florals are wrapped in a sandalwood base to balance out this scent.

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

First, the luscious, juicy scent of our Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil creates unmatched bath and body products!  Bath bombs, gels, and oils perform nicely when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  You can use Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil to add some juice to any product in your line!  Our testing show handmade perfumes perform well with this fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions can be created using  this fragrance Oil.  We recommend lotion recipes use no more than 5% fragrance oil.  Homemade cleaning recipes can also be created using a maximum of 5%.

Soapmakers can use 5% fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap, or cold process soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that this fragrance oil performs nicely in soap!  There was no acceleration, ricing, or separation.  Additionally, cured soap did not discolor and maintained a very strong scent retention.  Those wishing to color their bath and body products, you may use purple and red liquid soap dye in the amount that satisfies you.  Remember, never use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

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

Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil is a fruity scent with a balanced side, making it a wonderful choice for your room scenting creations!  Those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate this fragrance oil up to 50% of in their projects.  You can use this juicy scent in incense and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma beads.

Finally, your candles and wax tarts can be made using up to 10% fragrance with vegetable and paraffin wax.  It does nicely in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and even Pillar of Bliss.  If you wish to color your candles, we recommend using 3 drops of purple and 2 drops of red liquid candle dye.  Also, you can also shred a small amount of purple and red color blocks into your melted wax.  Although, you should not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

 

Feb
03

February Newsletter Natures Garden


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Fragrance Oil of the Month

Fragrance Oil of the Month

February 2011 Natures Garden Newsletter

Happy Groundhog Day!  From all of your friends at Natures Garden

www.naturesgardencandles.com

Natures Garden’s Fragrance of the Month for February is Wild Elderberry Fragrance Oil

To celebrate Groundhog Day, Natures Garden created our own groundhog for the event. Introducing…Glitter Glamhog!
Glitter GlamHog has chosen fragrances specifically for this occasion, and she has her very personal favorite fragrance oil named Hot Pink Pomegranate Fragrance Oil!    Take a look at our Glamhog Day Promo. 

Glitter Glamhog Banner

Our Top Selling Wholesale Fragrance Oils for the Month of January were:         enji natures garden mascot

Pink Sugar Type Fragrance Oil
NG Aqua di Gio Type Fragrance Oil
Butt Naked Fragrance Oil
Autumn Magic Fragrance Oil
Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil
Lick Me All Over Fragrance Oil
Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance Oil
Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil
Australian Bamboo Grass Fragrance Oil
Loving Spell Fragrance Oil
Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil
Apple Cinnamon Fragrance Oil

Important Natures Garden News:

1. Fragrance Oils by Color: Many of your customers will purchase candles and decor to match the colors of their homes, or to promote a certain “mood” in their homes. In order to help you choose fragrances that compliment specific color schemes, we have categorized all of our fragrance oils into specific color categories for you. http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/candlemaking-soap-supplies/category/903987/Fragrance-by-Color.html

2. Natures Garden has a new Mascot named “Enji”. You will see her on the website soon! She’s waving to all of you!! Don’t you just love her!!  enji waving

3.  Visit our new Spotlight Creations Page – Look at some of the creative projects that are being posted during our Thursday Night Show and Tells! It has been reported to us that some customers are seeing a 65% increase in website traffic since they were showcased on our new Show and Tell Spotlight Page. We have also been told that customers are selling products during actual Show and Tell! How could you lose? If you would like to be included on our Show and Tell Spotlight Page, this is what you need to do:

  1. “LIKE” Natures Garden’s Facebook Business Page.
  2. Attend Show and Tell on Thursday Night at 9:30 pm est.
  3. Post a picture of at least one of your homemade products made with Natures Garden ingredients.
  4. Contact us at [email protected] and provide us with the following information so that we can create your own spotlight page on our website:
    • The name of your company.
    • Your contact information (website address).
    • A write up about yourself and your company.
    • A picture that is at least 300 X 300 pixels of a homemade product that you personally made using Natures Garden ingredients. Attach this to your email.
    • Complete description of which Natures Garden ingredients were used in the picture you sent us via email.
    • A testimonial of your business relationship with Natures Garden. How do you like doing business with us?
  5. Once your spotlight page is created, you will see a Spotlight Award Seal on your page. You need to right click and save this award to your website. A link to your spotlight page on Natures Garden’s website should be associated with this Spotlight Award.
  6. It is taking time to get all of your pages done. If you have not yet sent your info to us, or your site has not yet been posted, please send your information to our email address: [email protected] My goal is to have all of your pages added by the middle of February.

4.  We get many calls asking about FDA Regulations and Labeling requirements for cosmetic products. To read all about all of the FDA regulations and labeling requirements, please visit the FDA’s website: http://www.fda.gov/Cosmetics/CosmeticLabelingLabelClaims/
CosmeticLabelingManual/default.htm

5.  Everyone is welcome to join our Show and Tell every Thursday Night at 9:30 pm est on Natures Garden’s Facebook Page. Get some creative ideas, meet many fun and exciting people!

6.  Attention Soapers and Customers who make soap and toiletries:  We have gone through all of our wholesale fragrance oils and have noted the words “NOT BODY SAFE” in the description area of each fragrance that is not considered body safe by our standards.  We would like to mention that you will notice that a few of the fragrances that we have listed as NOT BODY SAFE are considered body safe on the specific IFRA statement for those fragrances, but since these fragrance contain cinnamon content, and can cause skin irritation, we decided to list them as NOT BODY SAFE.  All fragrances that we carry have MSDS sheets and IFRA sheets posted on our website for your review.

not body safe

 

7. Attention Soapers:  In the description area of each fragrance, you will notice that we have begun to list our CP Soap Testing Results.  We do not have CP testing results for every fragrance that we carry yet, but we are working on getting you this important data!

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