Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Misty Maritime Moon Cold Process

I am always fascinated when I hear about super moons, eclipses, etc.  That when I saw these instructions from The Soap Queen on how to make Misty Maritime Moon Cold Process Soap that I wanted to take a closer look.  Now this is an intermediate level cold soap recipe/technique and it is not for the faint of heart since it may take several days to complete the technique.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Tutorial - How to Make Rainbow Soap

When I saw this tutorial on How to Make Rainbow Soap, I thought of the song from the Wizard of Oz....Somewhere Over the Rainbow.  I found this melt and pour tutorial on a blog called Totally Tutorials but it is written by Mazzi and appears on the Latika Soap Blog.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Lavender Rose Sugar Scrub Recipe

Many years ago, I learned how to make my first scrub with salt in a class that I took from Lori Nova. I never had made a scrub with sugar and oil before and I do not know if sugar will dissolve since it so fine. But I found this recipe on the From Nature with Love website called Lavender Rose Sugar Scrub.  I was drawn to this recipe because of its simplicity but also because of the combination of the fragrance of lavender and rose.

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Cayenne and St.John's Wort Salve Recipe

Suffer from the occasional aches and pains associated with activities like biking and hiking?  What about stiff joints faced with the chill cold weather?  Here is a classic topical formula from The Mountain Rose blog that can help ease these occasional aches and pains.  The recipe is called Cayenne and St. John's Wort Salve and it is great to keep this healing ointment handy during the active summer months and throughout the wintertime for these very reasons.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Sleepytime Bath Oil

For those who love to take a bath before bedtime, there is no better way to wind down.   This simple bath oil recipe called Sleepytime Bath Oil from The Natural Beauty Workshop is made with moisturizing Macadamia Nut Oil and a special blend of essential oils is just the thing to help bath send you off to dreamland.  Since I have some Macadamia Nut Oil leftover from a class,  I will have to make some and send it off to friends who love to take baths.