Saturday, December 31, 2016

How to make a lotion bar less greasy?

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It has been awhile since I made a lotion stick but I do not recall that it was ever greasy. But Point of Interest had a question from Tania about greasiness in lotion bars.  Tania was wondering how to get tapicoa to melt in her recipe and she was feeling some grittiness of her product over time.  Have you ever had this problem?  In a recent post called How to make a lotion bar less greasy?, Point of Interest answer her questions and provides some recipes.  

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Kiwi Seed Facial Mask

I really loved the mud mask that I could purchase at Walmart, but a long time ago they stopped selling it.  So I have been on the hunt for a new one.  I found this one from The Natural Beauty Workshop called Kiwi See Facial Mask.  Since I have not tried to duplicate my favorite mask yet, I thought I would take a look at this one.  According to The Natural Beauty Workshop, fresh facials provide an excellent opportunity to pamper the face with active ingredients but they can be tricky to formulate into shelf stable products

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Cotton Candy Swirl Cold Process Soap Tutorial

One of my favorite fragrance oil scents is Pink Sugar from Juniper Tree in Berkeley. This fragrance smells a lot like cotton candy.  Anyway, when I saw this cold process soap recipe from The Soap Queen called Cotton Candy Swirl Cold Process Soap , it brought memories of the county fair.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Sweet Cardamom Lip Balms

Love lip balms?  Here is a really nice balm recipe that evokes memories of bake goods and exotic dishes.  This lip balm recipe from The Natural Workshop called Sweet Cardamon Lip Balm.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Midnight Plum Melt & Pour Soap DIY

I do love melt and pour soap projects that have layers, swirls, embeds, etc. But every now and then I love a simple and straight forward project like this one from The Soap Queen called Midnight Plum.  There is something to be said about a straight forward project and this no fuss project is just up the alley.

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Olive Oil in Soap Making – Properties + Recipes

When I make cold process soap, I normally use a product from Mission Peak Soap called Soap Quick. One of the ingredients is Extra Virgin Olive Oil.  Olive oil helps to product a moisturizing creamy rich lather to a bar of soap.  If you want to learn about the different types of Olive Oil, Soap recipes and more, you may want to check out Lovin' Soap Studio's recent posting called Olive Oil in Soap Making - Properties + Recipes.

Saturday, December 17, 2016

How to Make Soap Last Longer in the Shower

If you are new to making soap by the cold process method and wondered about making the soap last longer, check out this recent post from The Soap Queen called How to Make Soap Last Longer in the Shower.  I found it interesting that the Soap Queen says that cold process soap does not last as long as melt and pour.  To me I found it quite the opposite. What I would like to know is how to keep the fragrance or essential oil to last longer in a bar of cold process soap.   It always seems that the aroma is a lot stronger when I do a batch but by the time the batch is cured,,,there is hardly any scent.  Any suggestions out there?

Friday, December 16, 2016

Zesty Green Cold Process Soap Tutorial

A while back I saw a clip on You Tube on how to do this unique checkerboard technique with cold process soap.  I always wanted to try it but never could find instructions.  Then The Soap Queen posted instructions on how to do this Zesty Green Cold Process Soap Tutorial.It is a really cool technique that someone who is an intermediate level or above cold process soap maker can do.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Soap Making Recipes and Tutorials for the Holidays

Are you having a difficult time deciding what to make for holidays?  Lovin' Soap has a list of creative soaps to make for the holidays.  But some of them take some time to make so put them on your list for next year.   So check out Soap Making Recipes and Tutorials for the Holidays by Lovin Soap.

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Rose Quartz Cold Process Soap Tutorial

Rose quartz is such a pretty stone.  It sometimes referred to as the heart stone. love stone and the "Crystal of Unconditional Love".  This beautiful cold process soap project from The Soap Quuen called Rose Quartz has such a gorgeous rose pink color.  This project used the In-the-Put Swirl technique which uses shades of white and light pink to emulate the natural pattern in the gem. It is scented with Brambleberry's new Rose Quartz Fragrance Oil, which is a fresh take on a rose scent.  It has notes of orange zest, jamine and soft sandlewood which makes this fragrance oil take on a modern traditional rose fragrances.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Holiday Cookie Dough Scrubs

One of my favorite scents is Pink Sugar Angeline.  It smells so much like cotton candy.  I know it is strange put that fragrance oil in my lotions and scrubs thinking that you might smell like something sticky sweet, but I just love it.  Another fragrance I love is cookie dough.  And here is a scrub recipe from Natural Beauty Workshop called Holiday Cookie Dough Scrub.  This would be a perfect item to make for gifts for the holiday season.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Why is My Cold Process Soap Soft?

Are you new to cold process soap making? You made a batch that is too soft and you do not know why?  In a recent posting from The Soap Queen titled Why is My Cold Process Soap Soft?  goes deeper why you may be experiencing this problem while making cold process soap.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Apple Ice Wine CP Soap

Did you know that wine soaps have grown in popularity?  I have heard of soap made with goat's milk, carrot juice and beer but this is the first time I have heard of wine.  According to Wholesale Supplies Plus, wine provides excellent marketing and label appeal and it is a great conversational piece with potential buyers. The sugar in the wine also makes a bubbly lather that is amazing!  These bars of soap would be great as favors at weddings or if you make soap to sell this would be a great bar to add to your product line.  Interested?  Check out the Apple Ice Wine CP Soap recipe on Wholesale Supplies Plus' website.

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Dead Sea Mud & Argan Oil Facial Bar Soap Recipe

Are you having trouble finding a really good facial bar to wash your face?  Have you thought of making your own?  This cold process soap recipe from Lovin' Soap called  Dead Sea Mud & Argan Oil Facial Bar Soap that has truly decadent base oils, essentials, and additives.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Christmas Star Melt & Pour Soap Tutorial

Christmas will be here in 23 days. It will go by fast.  But if you are looking to make and give a homemade gift, here is one from The Soap Queen called Christmas Star Melt and Pour Soap.  This is a perfect project for those who are beginners.  The most difficult part of this project is" painting" the soap once it is unmolded.  But I do have to admit this soap looks like a Christmas cookie.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Re-Creating Cold Process and Melt & Pour Soap Designs

Have you ever wondered if you could take a melt and pour technique and use it in cold process batch?  The answer depends entirely the design and technique of the project.  So basically, some CP techniques can be recreated with melt and pour and some cannot, and vice verse. Why?  Because the texture and behavior of CP and melt and pour are completely different.  If you want to learn more, I would recommend reading the post from The Soap Queen called Re-creating Cold Process and Melt and Pour Soap Designs.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Energizing Orange Soap

One of my favorite fragrances with soap is orange spice.  But it seems like my orange essential oil that I put seems to dissipates quickly. Think it may be the fact that it may not be 10 fold.  Besides the point, I found this cold process soap from The Soap Queen called Energizing Orange Soap.  The bars from this recupe smell great plus being bright and cheery/ This recipe uses 10X Orange Essential Oil and Orange Peel to give it a bright color plus the peel adds exfoliation. Marigolds are added on the top as a finishing top. Cold process soap can be intimidating. But what makes this recipe easy is that tit requires a nice thick trace.  The orange peel powder can be added directly to the soap oils prior to adding the lye or it can be added at trace and stick blended in.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Using Cosmetic Micas in Cold Process Soap – Colorant Guide–Modernsoapmaking

Cosmetic Micas are one way of coloring your melt and pour or cold process soaps.  And they surely can make your soap more beautifully vivid and bold.  They can be stunning in clear products such as melt and pour soap because the light can refract off the mica particles.  I am sorry to tell you that micas lose most of their shimmer in cold process soap because it is opaque.

Never heard of Mica?  It is a natural product, cosmetic micas are coated with colorants such as pigments and FD&C colorants.  What makes the shimmer and sheen of Micas?  It is the dual sided colorants that makes that happen.

Do you want to learn more?  In a recent posting from Modern Soapmaking called Using Cosmetic Micas in Cold Process Soap - Colorant Guide tells you all about how easy they are to use and there downfalls.   Topics in this article include:  Blending Micas to Create New Colors, Using Cosmetic Micas in Cold Process Soap Design Techniques, Mica Veins & Oil Swirls, Mica Dusting, Mica Painting,  Mica on Soap Stamps and Examples of Using Cosmetic Micas in Cold Process Soap.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Strawberries and Champagne MP Soap Loaf

Do you love to drink champagne with strawberries?  I found this
melt and pour soap loaf recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Strawberries and Champagne MP Soap Loaf.  These sophisticated yet simple bars of soap have the scent of strawberry, champagne and bright cassis.  This project is easy to do and takes only an hour to complete. Once you are done and cut the soap, you should get (8) 1" bars of soap.  This bar of soap would be a perfect favor for New Years.

Sunday, November 27, 2016

How to Make Gentle Oatmeal Baby Soap

Do you have sensitive skin?  Or know someone with a baby? Here is a recipe from The Soap Queen called Gentle Oatmeal Soap that is perfect for babies or someone with sensitive.  The majority of this recipe is made with olive oil pomace that has been infused with skin-loving chamomile herbs.  Did you know that Chamomile has been used in skin care for centuries and it well know for its calming properties.  This recipe calls contains shea butter for moisture and castor for lather.  In addition, this recipe does not contain any fragrance since it came sometimes be irritating extremely skin.  If you choice to scent your soap, you may want to consider adding lavender essential oil.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Lumps of Coal Bath Bomb Recipe

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it is time to think about Christmas. Make your list and check it twice to see who has been naughty or nice for 2016.  For those on your list who have been naughty, you can make them something really special.  And that is....drum roll...Lump of Coal Bath Bombs. This recipe from Nature's Garden contains a variety of ingredients including activated charcoal powder, Hawaiian Black Salt in both fine and course versions, plus other ingredients.  This recipe makes two large bombs.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Must-Have Cold Process Soap Tools (And Best Splurges!)

Are you just starting out make cold process soap?  Wondering what tools are must haves and what are the best splurges?  In a recent post from The Soap Queen called Must-Haves Cold Process Soap Tools (And Best Splurges!). There are basic tools like a stick blender and molds and a lot fancier tool like a comb swirl tool.   In this post, The Soap Queen goes over a variety of different categories based on the convenience they provide, versatility and value.  She does states that everybody has a different idea of what is essential, must-have, and what is a luxury item.  But the tools she covers the tools she most reaches for.  So see what she recommends and see if you need to get them yourself.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe

This is not the actual product
I have made scrubs with salt and oil; sugar and other ingredients. But I have never made a scrub that has red wine as an ingredient. I had to take a double take when I saw this recipe from Nature's Garden called Wine Sugar Scrub Recipe. At first it was too good to be true because I saw the cabernet fragrance oil and thought that was it but as I got closer the end of the list there it is. If you love wine then this would be a great product to make and use.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Holiday Soap Packaging Ideas

Thanksgiving is here!  If you have not started thinking about holiday gifts,you better get started.  If you are making soap for your holiday gifts but do not know how you want to package them, I found this great post from Lovin' Soap Studio on packaging ideas called Holiday Soap Packaging Ideas. There are some really great ideas.  Now I made a couple of batches of cold process soap for two people would requested me to make some soap so they could give as gifts,  I was going to put them in individual cello candy bags from Michaels but I may have to rethink it because the first idea....wrapping each in parchment paper and twisting the ends so it looks like a piece of salt water taffy.  Take a look and see if there is something you like and use for your packaging.  Good Luck!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

How to Soap with Accelerating Fragrance Oils

I have only been making cold process soap for about  2 years.    I normally make my soap with essential oils.  I find that lavender essential oil seems to accelerate trace from most of the essential oils that I have used.  As for fragrance oil, I have only tried in cold process soap was Brambleberry's Holiday Ribbon Candy which worked really well.  But if there is a fragrance oil that accelerates your batch there are ways to tweak your recipe to account for acceleration that be a balancing act and to be honest it takes practice.  According to The Soap Queen, there are several aspects of the recipe you can change to make the acceleration more manageable, including changing the design and avoiding certain additives. Even if the fragrance accelerates slightly and you tweek the recipe to include more slow-moving oils that can also counteract the acceleration. But if the acceleration is extreme enough, no recipe or method can prevent it. What to learn more?  Check out the post by The Soap Queen called How to Soap with Accelerating Fragrance Oils.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Peppermint Fluff Soap Recipe

Thinking what what you can give for gifts this holiday season?  Want to give something different? On my Facebook page, I had a posting from Nature's Garden for  this Peppermint Fluff Soap that looks good enough to eat. This melt and pour soap project has a definite "Wow" factor with the swirl embed and pink fluff topping so it would be perfect for gifts or to add to your product line.  All products can be purchased from Nature's Garden. For other bath and body Christmas ideas, check out the Christmas Craft Recipes on the Nature's Garden website.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Mini Key Lime Bath Bomb Tutorial

I just mentioned that I found that Whole Foods is selling NOW Essentials Oils including Lime.  It must be kismit because I found this recipe from The Soap Queen for bath bombs called Mini Key Lime Bath Bombs. This is very easy recipe and no time to make. Once you finish making this recipe you will have 40-60 pieces so you can create several presents for the holiday season.

NOW Brand Essential Oils

This morning I went to Sprouts to get some Almond Oil for a reed diffuser project I found in the recent issue of Willow and Sage.  I really did not want to purchase 16 oz so I decided to check out Whole Foods which is very close to Sprouts.  Well I did find a smaller size of Almond Oil but better yet I found out that Whole Foods is selling the one ounce size of NOW Brand of essential oils.  Better yet, I saw that they have lime which I am always looking for.  So now I have a second source of NOW essential oils.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Sparkling Prosecco CP Soap Cupcakes

Here is a really elegant bath treat that would be really great to make for the New Year.  It is a cold process soap that looks like a cupcake.  This recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus is called Sparking Prosecco Soap Cupcakes.  These soaps smell like vanilla cake with buttercream icing with hints of citrus and prosecco.  This is a more advanced technique than a straight bar of cold processed soap.  It should take two hours and resulting in 12 soap cupcakes.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Cosmic Cotton Candy Soap Tutorial

When I saw this melt and pour recipe called Cosmic Cotton Candy Soap from The Soap Queen made me think of getting cotton candy at the county fair.  This is an intermediate level project but it is not really difficult but it does require an understanding of how melt and  pour behave at different temperatures.  This would be a perfect gift for a girl's party.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Dessert Inspired Bath DIY Projects

I have a major sweet tooth.  So seeing bath product made to look like sweets is totally awesome.  So I wanted to shared this posting from The Soap Queen called Dessert Inspired Bath DIY Projects for you to look at.  You may get some ideas to make for holiday gifts.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Blackcurrant Wine Layered MP Soap Loaf

Here is a really cool melt and pour soap loaf project from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Blackcurrant Wine Layered MP Soap Loaf.  This recipe is pretty easy to make even though it is rated as moderate level.  It smells great and makes the perfect party favor for adults.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Pumpkin Souffle Cold Process Soap Tutorial

Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away.  I found this recipe for Pumpkin Souffle Cold Process Soap from The Soap Queen.  It is very unique recipe that makes a great favor for any holiday.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Red Berry Melt & Pour Soap Tart Tutorial

These melt and pour soap tarts from The Soap Queen looking good enough to eat.  Want to save the calories and make these soaps?  Then check out the instructions for Red Berry Melt & Pour Soap Tarts. This an intermediate project that takes about 1-2 hours to make and when you are finished, you should get six soaps to give as gifts or use yourself.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Blackcurrant Wine Bath Fizzies

Do you like to soak in the tub with bath fizzies?  I found this recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Blackcurrant Wine Bath Fizzies that will make you feel like you are walking through a vineyard. The fragrance notes include sparkling grapefruit, crisp apple, sugared blackcurrant, crisp apple, and aged oak.  What really makes this bath fizzy really special is the rose soap embed.  Once the bath fizzy disappears, you can use it to wash with.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Prosecco Whipped Body Butter

Love using a body butter?  Here is a great recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Prosecco Whipped Body Butter.  It has notes of sparkling Prosecco, sugared hibiscus, rhubarb and apricot nectar make this body butter a delight.  No worries, it is very easy to make in no time.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Pink Champagne Bath Salts

Would you like to treat yourself to a soak to escape from a hard day?  Try this recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Pink Champagne Bath Salts.  This recipe is make with Pink Sea Salt with some added sparkle and scented with fresh apricot, winter berries, rich brandy and champagne.  What really makes this as a gift is the mini bottles.  How cute is that!

Monday, November 7, 2016

Pedicure Set - Foot Sugar Scrub and Foot Soak

On Saturday, I taught a class at the Red Morton Community Center on how to make four different types of scrubs - Single Use Sugar Scrubs, Lip Scrub, Whipped Sugar Scrub and a Body Scrub made with salt.  There was one lady who wanted to make a scrub for her feet because she had a great experience getting her feet pampered. So when I saw this Pedicure Set- Foot Sugar Scrub and Foot Soak from Wholesale Supplies Plus, I thought of her.  And thought I would post it for her to hopefully see.  And hope you would like to try it yourself.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Horse Sculpted Layers Soap Tutorial

Over the years I took a lot of classes at The Nova Studio.  One of them happened to be class on how to do embedded shapes in cold process soap.  I have always done it in melt and pour soap and I never thought it could be done in cold process soap.  When I saw this tutorial on Horse Sculpted Layers Soap, I was totally wowed.  I thought maybe there was a mold with the silhouette, but it is an actual template. I could never be that accurate.I have always used flexible silicone ice cube trays for any embeds for my melt and pour soap and I have not tried yet  making any for cold process soap.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

The Pros & Cons of Soapmaking Methods (Cold Process, Melt & Pour, Hot Process and Rebatch)

Back in 2002 was when I learned how to make soap by the melt and pour method.  Then I found Lori Nova of The Nova Studio and I took classes from her on how to make soap by the cold process method and the hot process method. I thought I was going to lean toward the hot process method.  Quite some time had passed before I decided to try the cold process method by using SoapQuick from Mission Peak Soap in Fremont. If you are new to soap making want to learn more the pros and cons of soap making methods, The Soap Queen recent posted a blog titled The Pros and Cons of Soapmaking Methods (Cold Process, Melt & Pour, Hot Process and Rebatch).

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Snowdrop Hot Process Soap Tutorial

According to The Soap Queen, Hot process is a great soapmaking method when you want to enjoy your soap quickly. The main difference between hot process and cold process soap is that hot process soap is “cooked,” which speeds up the saponification process. This results in a loaf of soap that can be cut and enjoyed the same day. That being said, I always recommend a couple weeks of cure time to help water excess water evaporate and create an even firmer and longer lasting bar. And Hot process is usually made in a slow cooker, but can also be done in a double boiler.  If you want to try a small batch of hot process soap, then try a recent post of a recipe called Snowdrop Hot Process Soap.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

How to Make Foaming Bath Salts

I have heard of bath fizzy bombs, but I do not think I ever heard of foaming bath salt until I saw the instructions from Rustic Escentuals Crafting Library called How to Make Foaming Bath Salts.

Monday, October 31, 2016

How to Make Gemstone Soap Rocks

I have seen a commercial version of soap rocks and they do look like the real thing.  I have never made them myself since I am not comfortable making them look so realistic.  I did manage to find instructions on How to Make Gemstone Soap Rocks from Rustic Escentuals Crafting Library. These soaps are make with clear and white glycerin melt and pour soap base.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Blue Rain Drop Swirl Cold Process

Raindrops keep fallin' on my head...that it what the weather has been like in California for a couple of days.  To celebrate a wet October, I decided to post this cold process soap recipe from The Soap Queen called Blue Rain Drop Swirl.  This is an intermediate level project that takes 1-2 hours to make.  And it results in three pound of soap.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

How to Make Soap with an Impression Mat

I worked at Michaels for a year and I always saw the mats in the Wilton baking aisle.  Since I do not bake, I was thinking what else they could be used for.  Here is a great idea using it as an impression for soap.  The Soap Queen recent post called How to Make Soap with an Impression Mat.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Do I Need a Business License and a Trademark?

Starting a business can be scary and daunting if you are not sure how to go about legally.  There is so much to do from crunching the numbers to whatever. It can be very tricky unless you are an attorney.  If you are a soap maker wanting to your hobby to a business, how do you make it official? Do you need to register or get a license?     Do I need a trademark?  If need answers to those questions and more, then I would suggest reading The Soap Queen's recent post called Do I Need a Business License and a Trademark? 

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Product Photography Tips for Soap Makers

Are you looking to start selling your products online?  Wonder how to take pictures to make your products look really good?  It can be tricky but Lovin' Soap has some really good tips in a recent blog post called Product Photography Tips for Soapmakers.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Shave Soap Recipe – How to Make Dual Lye Tallow Shave Soap

According to Lovin' Soap, the men's grooming industry is booming.  Men are starting to spend some serious car on skincare products and they are going back to wet shaving using shave soap and a brush! So Lovin' Soap has created this great shave soap recipe.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

RECIPE: Vanilla Bubble Bath Scoops

Soak your worries away with these bubble bath scoops.  Making these Vanilla Bubble Bath Scoops from Wholesale Supplies Plus are luxurious to use in the bath and are very easy to make.  The fresh vanilla scent will remind you of vanilla ice cream.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Vanilla Fig Drop Swirl CP Loaf

Here is a really nice Autumn cold process soap recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Vanilla Fig Drop Swirl.  It has a beautiful combination of red, deep purple and darkened vanilla colors which is complemented by the sweet vanilla musk and ripe fig fragrance.  The fig powder contains Vitamins A, B1, and K and it thought to help fresh, brighten and protect your skin.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Chamomile & Coconut Oil Body Balm DIY

If you love to use a body balm on your rough dry skin, I found this chamomile infused body balm recipe from The Soap Queen called Chamomile & Coconut Oil Body Balm.  This a very simple recipe that made quickly and can be multiplied so that you can make gifts for the upcoming holiday season.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

100% Coconut Oil & Annatto Soap Tutorial

Most cold process soap recipes have some coconut oil in them, but have you ever made a recipe with 100% coconut oil?  I have not, but I found this recipe from The Soap Queen called 100% Coconut Oil & Annatto Soap.  According to The Soap Queen, coconut oil is extremely hydrating when applied directly to the skin, when it is combined with sodium hydroxide, it adds cleansing properties to cold process soap.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Infused Bath Melts Tutorial

Have you ever made bath melts?  Here is a recipe from Rustic Escentuals Crafting Library that has a slightly different twist.  In this recipe for Infused Bath Melts has the addition of Dead Sea Salts and herbs that make a wonderful gift.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

How to Make Lotion Chips

I was searching for some interesting recipes to share and I found this recipe from Rustic Escentuals Crafting Library on How to Make Lotion Chips. I have heard of and made lotion sticks but I have never heard of lotion chips.  I think it is really cool idea. According to the site, they are small moisture rich chips of solid lotion that are easy to make.  You can store them in any container like a portable lip balm tin or cosmetic jar and apply whenever needed.

Monday, October 17, 2016

How to Calculate Candle Burn Time

Do you make candles and wonder what the burn is?  This is information is good to know if you ever decide to sell them.  If you are interested in calculating your candle's burn time, then I would recommend reading the post from Rustic Escentuals Crafting Library called How to Calculate Candle Burn Time.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Parsley and Rosemary Gel Face Mask

It has been a very long time since Walmart has sold my favorite mud mask.  And I have been looking far and wide for something I liked.  I found this recipe from Wholesale Supplies Plus called Parsley and Rosemary Gel Face Mask.  This recipe is a perfect for any skin type.  The aloe vera gel is cooling ans soothing to the skin and works as a perfect basis for the kaolin clay, parsley powder and rosemary powder ingredients.  This is an easy product to make....taking only a half hour  Once completing the recipe, you should get six 5.25 jars by weight.