Yogurt Lotion Kit
Usage & Recommendations
Making our Yogurt Lotion:
Here's what you'll get in this lotion starter kit:
- Yogurt Multi-Base Lotion
- Yellow Da Bomb Soap Dye
- Diamond Dust Mica
- 8 oz Boston Round Bottles
- Lotion Pumps
- Honeysuckle Jasmine Fragrance Oil
Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need: Mixing Bowls, Distilled Water, Hand Mixer, Scale, Spatula, Funnel
Your lotion is ready to use! Enjoy!
First, weigh out 32 ounces of distilled water. If your water is not distilled, you will need to prepare your water. First, you will need to weigh out your water. Make sure to include plenty of extra water so that you have at least 32 ounces when your water is finished heating as some of it will evaporate during heating. Now, heat the water to at least 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the water hits this temperature, hold it there for a minimum of 5 minutes. Remove the water from the heat source and weigh out the 32 ounces.
Next, you will need to allow your water to cool. Your water temperature should be around 100 degrees Fahrenheit when working with the multi-bases. If the water is too hot, it can break down ingredients in the base.
Once the water is at the proper temperature, add the entire container of the yogurt lotion base. Then, using your hand mixer mix the ingredients together.
Finally, we will add the remaining ingredients to your lotion. In a small mixing bowl, add 9 grams of the Honeysuckle Jasmine Fragrance Oil, 10 drops Da Bomb Soap Dye, and 2 grams Diamond Dust Mica. Mix until smooth. Add this mixture to the lotion. Once again, mix the lotion to incorporate all of the ingredients.
Once your lotion has cooled, use place a funnel in your first bottle. Fill the bottle. Repeat this process until each bottle is filled. You want to make sure you fill the bottle slightly below the shoulder of the bottle.
Trim the dipstick of each lotion pump to fit the height of the bottle. Place a lotion pump on each bottle and tighten each lid.
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- 4 Bottles
- Time to Make:
- 1 hour
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