Friday, May 6, 2016

Healing Herb Balm

Would you believe that making your own balms are easy?  Well, it is.  This recipe for Healing Herb Balm from Soap Deli News takes advantage of the natural botanicals to crated this homemade topical to treat minor, cuts, bruises and stings.  If you do not have the plants available to you or if its the wrong time of the year, they can be purchased from Mountain Rose Herbs.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Coconut Lemon Lip Balm Project

Love the taste of the tropics?  Why not have that flavor in a lip balm?  Here is a lip balm project from Stampington called Coconut Lemon that should take you to that tropic island. Making your own lip balm easy, it is also fun and addictive.  This project is perfect to make in bulk so that you can have a favor made for your next get together or a gift for a friend at a moment's notice.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Pink Salt and Sal Butter Soap Recipe

I recently saw a Peppermint Salt Soap recipe in a recent issue of Willow and Sage.  That recipe was made by the hot process method in a crock pot.  Here is a recipe from Soap Deli News on making a version of that called Pink Salt and Sal Butter Soap that is done in the traditional cold process soap method.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe

Way back in the day, I took a class from Erin Pikor at The Nova Studio which she taught how to make a solid sugar scrub.  Ever since then I feel in love with the concept.  So whenever I find a recipe, I have to shared it so others will fall in love with the concept.  This Solid Sugar Scrub Cubes recipe from Soap Deli News Blog is another great bath and body product recipe that you should try.  Make sure to check out their other recipes, you may just find another recipe that you may want to try.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Natural Sal Butter Sugar Scrub Recipe

Do you have an allergy to shea butter in your sugar scrub?  Here is a recipe from Soap Deli News Blog called Sal Butter Sugar Scrub.  Never heard of Sal butter?  Neither did I until I saw this recipe.  Sal Butter is the perfect alternative to shea butter.  According to Soap Deli New, sal butter is a superb moisturizer and is believe to help with various skin disorders such as ance, eczema and psoriasis.  It can also help to reduce skin inflammation and unlike shea, it stays smooth and creamy and it is never grainy.