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Homemade Bath Products

Homemade Bath Products
Information on making your own bath and body products.
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Bath Mush Recipe from Aroma Thyme
2008-06-09 18:34:00
Ingredients:1/4 cup aloe gel (the pure kind from the health food store)1/4 cup honey1/4 cup sea or rock salt1/4 cup heavy cream or powdered milk2 t. jojoba oil (optional)5 drops essential oilDirections:Sounds like a gooey mess, doesn't it? But it works wonders on your skin. It leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth. This is a blend made right before the bath. I guess it could be stored in the refrigerator for abut a week, but that sounds a little yucky to me. All measurements are approximate since I usually just "eyeball" it. You have to stir it well when you pour it into the bath water to make it disperse, but it's worth it.If you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to post on my blog, so please return in the future.Source:
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Making Peppermint Scented Candles
2008-06-08 19:26:00
Materials:1/2 teaspoon peppermint essential oilWicksWick holder1/2 pound beeswax1/2 pound soy waxSmall paintbrushInstructions:1. In a double boiler, heat beeswax and soy wax until melted, about 180 degrees. Check temperature with a candy thermometer. Turn off the heat and add peppermint oil.2. Cut 3 inches of wick; tie a knot at one end. Thread the loose end through a wick holder, and pull so the knot is secure under the holder.3. Dip the wick and holder with wax until coated; this will stiffen and straighten the wick. Press the wick holder into the bottom of your candle holder to affix. Let the wick dry.4. Pour the wax into the candle, and fill to the edge. Let the candle dry for about 4 hours.Source: -balm/
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* * BRAND NEW * * Natural Mommy Products Class
2008-06-07 20:01:00
~with Alice Duvernell~Sunday July 20, 20082 - 6 pm (4 hours)$59 (plus $20 materials fee)We have "Natural Baby Products " for the babies, but this one is for the moms!Come and discover how to make your own natural products that will enhance the wonderful yet challenging journey of motherhood. In this class, you will learn to make three beneficial 100% natural products ideal for new mothers or moms-to-be:Breast & Belly Butter (with infused oils)Soothing Leg Gel (with aloe vera)Calming Aromatic Spritzer (with plant hydrosols)This class will also give you good basic primer on the healing properties and safe use of essential oils, plant infusions and aromatic waters during and after pregnancy. Students will be able to customize two of the three finished products to suit their preference.You'll take home a 2 oz. jar of breast & belly butter, 2 oz. bottle of leg gel & a 2 oz. aromatic mister, as well as handouts, recipes and a recommended supplier list. All products made in thi...
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Embossed Soap
2008-06-07 19:14:00
On a segment of Craft Lab (episode #DCLB-115), a demonstration of embossed soap was featured: _natural_homemade/article/0,2025,DIY_1376 7_5181038,00.htmlIf you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to post on my blog, so please return in the future.
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Classes @ Opalz for the Month of June
2008-06-06 20:18:00
Just wanted to give you a heads up that Opalz Zoaps has scheduled some classes this month. Opalz will be offering classes in Soap Crafting, Bath Salts and Cold Process Soap Making.Class es are starting soon. More information on these classes, go to you would really like an hands on environment, then these classes are for you!
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Vanilla Room Spray
2008-06-06 19:53:00
This is a wonderful method of creating an affordable, sensuous vanilla room spray. This recipe calls for making your own vanilla extract. You can use your homemade extract in food recipes as well!Materials:Vanilla Extract (or Vanilla Essential Oil)8 oz. clean, dark glass bottle and cap7-8 ounces of vodka (inexpensive varieties do work well)2-3 fresh, high-quality 6" vanilla beans. They should be dark, and the bean should have consistent coloring on the entire bean.Muslin (available at fabric stores) for strainingVanilla Extract Directions: Carefully cut the vanilla beans lengthwise. Then, cut them into small pieces, about 1/4" - 1/2" in length (about 2 cm). Put all the vanilla pieces into the bottle. Then pour the vodka into the bottle leaving enough room to shake the bottle well. Cap well. Allow the extract to sit in a dark area for 30 days, shaking the mixture daily. After 30 days, carefully strain the extract through the muslin fabric to remove all vanilla bean pieces and particl...
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Baby Body Balm Recipe
2008-06-05 19:33:00
Materials:300 g olive oil infused with 1 cup calendula petals55 g sweet almond oil40 g jojoba20 g shea butter85 g beeswax435 g water15 g glycerin5 g grapefruit seed extractInstructions:Heat oils, shea butter and beeswax to 175 degrees. In separate container heat water and glycerin to 175 and then add GSE. Combine and mix until emulsified, about 30 minutes!Source: forbabies2.asp#babybodybalm
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Student Evaluations from Soap Making Class
2008-06-05 19:06:00
I want to thank the students who participated in the student evaluations for my soap making class at the Sunnyvale Cupertino Adult Education Center on 4/12/08. And I want to take this opportunity to respond to some of the requests for classes.For those who requested candle making class, I would recommend checking out The Nova Studio ( in Point Richmond. Lori's Eco-Friendly Candle Making Class was last offerred on May 17, 2008. And it does not look like it is offerred over the summer. If you would like to check out the description of the class please click this link es.htm. If you would like to request this class to be offerred in the future, please email Lori at or click on the request in the class description (link above). If Point Richmond is too far for you to travel, you may want to consider Opalz Zoaps ( in Palo Alto. Annie is looking for classes to teach. So if you...
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Simple Lavender Spray Recipe
2008-06-04 20:06:00
Using natural lavender scent, this delicately scented pillow spray will make you naturally feel a little tired. Or...just use it as an air freshener.Ingredients:1 cup distilled water8 - 10 drops essential oil of lavenderspray bottle, with a fine mist settinglabelDirections:Pour the cup of distilled water into the spray bottle. Add the drops of essential oil and shake very well. Cap the bottle, and allow to sit for a few hours before using. Shake the bottle before each use to evenly distribute the scented oil throughout the water. Use the label to describe what sort of product is contained in the bottle. And be sure to use the fine mist setting on your bottle, so the spray will be nicely distributed.To use: About ten to twenty minutes before going to bed, spray your pillows (and your linens, if you like) with the spray. Let the scent mellow slightly by allowing the ten to twenty minutes to pass before lying down. When you do lie down, the pillows will smell wonderful! But an even gre...
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Field Landing Soap Factory Face Wash
2008-06-03 17:11:00
Now you can create your own face soaps. Our vegetable based "Liquid Soap " will leave your skin and hair clean and soft with no soap film. Blend in our Field s Landing Fragrance Oils and Liquid Colorants to achieve the look and scent you desire. The following recipes are just a sampling of the many projects you can create with our Liquid Soap (clear unscented base).Nourishing Rose Face washA little honey helps to soothe and soften your skin while the Rose Water adds moisturizing qualities. This wash is good for all skin types and gentle to use every day. Makes 1-¾ cups.Materials Needed:Liquid Soap: 1 cupFragrance Oil: 10 drops Victorian Rose and 5 drops HoneyLiquid Colorant: 4 drops Orange, two drops Red and one drop Blue.½ cup Rose Water¼ cup liquid HoneyInstructions:Mix ¼ cup of the Liquid Soap gently with the Rose and Honey fragrance oils. Add the liquid colorants to make a rosy amber hue. This step must be done before adding the additives.Gently mix in Rose Water and Honey.Place t...
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Spicy Soothing Massage Oil
2008-06-02 22:38:00
by Harvest McCampbellIngredients:16-ounces of Al's Favorite Base OilBayClove BudLemonLavenderDirections:1. Make a batch (16 ounces) of Al?s Favorite Base Oil.2. Add the following essential oils to the base oil: 10 drops bay, 10 drops clove bud, 15 drops lemon, 5 drops lavender.3. Shake well.If you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to post on my blog, so please return in the future.Source: issue89/oilSpicy .php
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Lotion Crafting Class at Sunnyvale Cupertino AEC
2008-06-01 22:12:00
Just wanted to update everyone that my Lotion Crafting Class at Sunnyvale Cupertine AEC on June 28th has 7 students.If you are interested in taking the class, I would recommend signing up sooner than later because I only have 3 seats left.For a complete class description, go to ourse_description.asp?_id=1325&course _code=282038&department=HOMIf you are interested in taking this class you can register online, by going to g.asp?_id=1325.For more information on the class, check out the school's website at
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How To Superfat Your Home Made Soap Recipes
2008-06-01 17:17:00
From David Fisher,Superfatting is a commonly used but much misunderstood soapmaking technique. Most lye calculators will figure this for you automatically, but here's an explanation of just why you should do it.Difficulty: EasyTime Required: None-Just an adjustment to your recipeHere's How:(1) Superfatting (sometimes referred to as a lye discount) is either adding an extra amount of oil into your soap recipe but keeping the lye amount the same, or using the same amount of oil and less lye. For example, using 9.5ounces of lye instead of 10 ounces would amount to 5% superfatting. (5% extra oil). (5% superfatting is actually a fairly standard percentage amongst most soap makers. It's what I generally use...)(2) There are two reasons to do this:A small amount of extra "free" oil in the soap adds extra moisturizing qualities to the soap. You will hear this sometimes referred to as "emollient" qualities. Basically, it makes the soap more moisturizing.(3) It also gives you a bit of a "f...
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End of the Year Teacher's Gifts
2008-06-01 00:55:00
It that time of year again when the kids are getting out of school. If you are thinking about giving your children's teacher a gift this year, why not take them to Opal'z Zoaps in Midtown Palo Alto and have them make a personal soap at the Soap Bar. Also, available are a wide range of bath and body products you can purchase to give to that special teacher.And if your child is having a birthday party, why not have their birthday at Opalz? Opalz has a spacious room upstairs that holds 20 kids comfortable. Opalz party packages range from making soap to lip balms. And recently, Annie has added making candles to the line-up. Now do not forget, Opalz can schedule parties for the adults from bridal showers to singles parties.For more information check out Opalz website at or contact Annie Jenkins at
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Strawberry Smoothie Soap
2008-05-31 21:11:00
Ingredients you will need:Loaf mold2lbs of Clear MP Soap Base4 oz Strawberry SeedsRed ColorantIrredisent MicaStrawberry ScentWhite ColorantWisk or Electric BeaterAlcohol in SpritzerBottleDirections:- Melt 1.5 lbs of clear soap in double boiler.- Add red colorant and scent.- Wait 3 minutes until soap is slightly cool and then add 4 oz strawberry seeds.- Stir to mix all the way through.- Pour into loaf mold. Now set this aside.- Now melt the remaining soap and add the white colorant and mica to you liking. I like the white layer to look a little shiny but not too much sparkle. Now take it off the heat and beat until fluffy. Now spritz top layer of strawberry soap with alcohol and then scoop your now fluffy top layer on.-Let dry over night.-Unmold, and cut into bars and enjoy.Source: Submitted by skin_n_tonic to the Wholesale Supplies Plus Forum. ndex.php?showtopic=93
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Orange-Mango Lip Butter
2008-05-30 19:33:00
Ingredients:4 tspns infused olive oil1 tspn beeswax pastilles 2 tspns mango butter10 drops 5-fold orange essential oil, or to taste20 drops Vitamin E, naturalDirections:Melt wax, butter and oil in a doubleboiler, allow to cool slightly, then add essential oil and Vitamin E and pour into clean containers.If you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to post on my blog, so please return in the future. Another suggestions is to check the soap making forums. Often I found found some really great recipes that members have posted. Or check out my source's website at s.html
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Blending Fragrances
2008-05-29 20:34:00
Some of the most popular fragrances are Lavender, Sandlewood, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Rose, Citrus (Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, Tangerine, Lime), Clary Sage, Chamomile, and Frankincense.Fragrance oils, especially, for those scents that are not available from essential oils, represent another series of favorites: Vanilla, Rose, Jasmine, Lilac, Gardenia, Almond, Apple, Chocolate, Musk, Cucumber, and Raspberry.Vanilla works well with all scents. You may want to consider vanilla with the following scents: Mint (Peppermint, Spearmint, Wintergreen), Citrus (Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange, Tangerine, Lime), Lavender, Rose, Raspberry, Chocolate or Chamomile.Rose also blends well with almost anything and almost anything blends with rose.It is really all up to you when blending. Think of scents that evoke pleasant memories. Maybe mocha chocolate brings back a pleasant memory for you so consider combining espresso and chocolate. The combinations are endless.You can blend two or three essen...
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Baby Cuteness Soap Cigarband
2008-05-28 19:17:00
This label is my first foray into creating labels for children's soaps. I had so much fun designing this label! The graphic shown is what the label looks like if printed on cardstock that is light brown or taupe. Other colors that I have experimented with are medium yellow, golden yellow, light blue and light green.I have not experimented with other colors but I am sure that this kind of retro type label would be excellent printed on medium toned cardstock paper.This design is best printed on medium toned colors, kraft, light brown, taupe or any tea-stained kind color cardstock. There are no background colors in this soap cigarband except for the trees and grass and the few flowers, so even those with inkjet or other printers will have no problems with the details in the label. I do not recommend printing this on white paper because the retro/natural look will be lost. Plus, when I say that there is no background colors this means that if you pull the label off the Publisher docume...
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Selecting Storage Containers
2008-05-27 20:23:00
When selecting your containers avoid using containers that held medicine, film, poison, household cleaners, spoiled food, compost or fertilizer.Always sterilize your containers that have been previously used to ensure the purity of your product. If you are planning to sell your products, the FDA requires that you use new containers only. Follow the sterilizing standards set up by OSHA. Plastic containers are harder to sterilize by the boiling method because they may melt. It is better to use a bleach water solution and wipe them individually.Glass ContainersClear glass containers are readily available, but glass in amber and blue are becoming more popular because they better protect your products from light. Some of the types of glass containers you will find on the market are Cream Jars (wide mouth jars that are good for creams and salves); Spice Shakers (usually two inches high and are perfect for sprinkling out dried herbs in small quantities or for dusting powders); Woozeys (nar...
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Body Shimmer Lotion Sticks
2008-05-26 17:45:00
From Ponte Verde Soap ShoppeMakes 3 - 1 oz sticksShelf Life: 6 mos.All ingredients were weighedIngredients:2 ozs of beeswax pearls1 oz of natural or ultra natural shea butter1 oz of cocoa butter1 oz of apricot kernel oil.5 oz of virgin coconut oil1/2 tsp of Vitamin E oil10 drops of each grapefruit, peach andmango flavor oilpinch of gold mica powderDirections:Melt the beeswax, shea butter and cocoa butter in a pot over very low heat until liquefied.Add the virgin coconut oil, apricot kernel oil and vitamin E oil to the melted ingredients and continue to heat for 15 - 20 minutes.Remove from heat and let cool for 2 minutes. Add the combination of flavor oils and the mica powder and stir well. Add more flavor if the scent is not strong enough.Since our flavors are all natural, this may also be used on the lips. Pour into 1 oz Push Up Lotion Sticks and let cool.Source: _lotion_stick.htm
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How to Use Essential Oils for Potpourris
2008-05-25 20:36:00
By eHow Health Editor One way to use essential oils around the house is in potpourris. Potpourris are dried herbs and flowers, placed in bowls to scent rooms. To keep potpourris smelling good for longer, add essential oils to the mixture. InstructionsDifficulty: Easy Things You’ll Need:Chosen essential oilsTupperware containerStep1Choose your essential oil depending on your personal preferences and what you want the potpourri to do. Some essential oils such as lavender, chamomile and rose petals are great for creating a soothing and relaxing environment. Citrus-based essential oils such as lemon grass or citrus flowers and various mint essential oils are used for stimulation and are great to create energetic environments. Floral mixtures are probably the best since potpourris generally have a floral scent.Step2Put your potpourri into a closed container with a good lid, such as a Tupperware container.Step3Dribble a few drops of your chosen essential oil or a mixture of a few esse...
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Buttermilk Bath Salts
2008-05-24 18:44:00
Ingredients:1 cup Buttermilk Powder1 cup Sea SaltAdd up to 24 drops of essential oils.Directions:Blend well, keep in a sealed jar. Use 1/2 cup per bath. This makes enough for 4 baths.If you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to post on my blog, so please return in the future.Source:
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Lavender Honey Salt Scrub
2008-05-23 19:37:00
I love this scrub. It is on the thick side but it doesn't leave your skin feeling oily, it feels moisturized and soft. Honey is a natural moisturizer, not only does it add moisture to your skin but it helps to hold it in your skin. Almond oil is one of the best oils to soften the skin. The smell of lavender in this scrub soothes me and I feel well.Container: 8 ounce jarTexture: heavy, thick, snow cone likeIngredients:¾ cup fine sea salt1 tablespoon finely powdered lavender5 tablespoons sweet almond oil1 tablespoon liquid honey6 drops lavender essential oilDirections:-measure salt into bowl-powder dried lavender buds in processor-add to salt and mix well-measure oil into separate container-add honey to oil and stir-add oil and honey to salt-mix well-add lavender essential oil and mix-add to containerIf you are looking for other recipes, check out some of the links in the side bar or check in my archive. There are alot of recipes in both places. I am always looking for new recipes to...
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Lavender-Mint Layered Soap Recipe
2008-05-22 19:09:00
From David FisherLet's Get Started Making Lavender-Mint Layered Soap Whether it's a soap or a candle, sometimes you just can't decide on just one scent or additive - so here's a project that combines the benefits of two scents while keeping them separate. Basically we'll be making a standard batch of cold process soap, but splitting the batch in two - scenting and coloring one with one scent (lavender essential oil with purple oxide** and lavender buds) and one side with another (mint, green oxide and ground spearmint.) It's a lovely way to meld two scents and make a neat looking bar of soap.For this project you'll need:* A basic understanding of How to Make Cold Process Soap* Understanding of How to Make a Lye Solution* Understanding of Soap Making SafetyYou can combine any two scent, additive and/or color combinations you like. For this batch, my recipe was:30% Lard30% Olive Oil25% Coconut Oil10% Sunflower Oil5% Castor OilLye and Water as per my lye calculatorIt's my basic ...
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Customizing a Journal
2008-05-21 19:28:00
I always recommend to my students to keep a journal close by in order to keep records of fragrance/essential oil blends they created, notes etc. of their experiences while making their bath/body and soapmaking projects.While I was housesitting last month (April 2008), I happened to glance at a clip from Martha Stewart from Comcast's On Demand on covering composition books with decorative papers. If you like to start your own bath/body/soap making journal and would like to make yours distintive, here is a project I want to share with you. ite/mslo/menuitem.3a0656639de62ad593598e1 0d373a0a0/?vgnextoid=688f8670de42f010VgnV CM1000003d370a0aRCRD&autonomy_kw=cove ring%20composition%20journals&rsc=hea der_1I am currently looking for the linen tape that Martha suggests. If I find a location where it can be purchased, I will share it with you. Or if you know of a vendor that sells it on line, please let us know.
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Lotion Crafting Class in Redwood City
2008-05-20 19:38:00
Are you tired of paying the high cost for your lotions andcreams? Would you like to make your own from scratch? In this lecture/hands-on class you will learn to make individual batches of lotions, creams and body soufflés. In addition, you will create your very own products that you can use right away. You will receive an extensive handout with recipes for individual and large batches, resources and more. By the end of the class, students will create and label their own products. Students must bring a 2 cup or larger Pyrex (glass) measuring cup and oven mitt to class. Please bring sack lunch. A materials fee of $20.00 (cash only) will be collected on the day of the class. Class Fee $33.00 Materials Fee: $20.00 July 26, 200811 am to 2 pmLocation: Community Activities Building, 1400 Roosevelt Ave. Redwood City , CA 94061650.780.7250Online resident registration will begin on 5/21 at 11am, non-residents on 6/2. To register or for more information, go to the Redwood City Parks and Recreat...
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Capturing the Craft Show Market
2008-05-19 17:50:00
Finding the right product to sell at a craft show is extremelyimportant in finding success on the craft show circuit. You mayalready have an excellent craft product or line of products youare creating or even selling, or you may be looking for a craftto produce in order to enter the business. In either case,market research is going to help you find a craft show productthat you can produce at a low enough cost to net a profit - andone that you will enjoy making. If you don?t spend time lookinginto what everyone else has at their craft show booth, you mightrepeat what others have, or create a product no one really wants.What exactly is a craft? The dictionary definition of "craft" isto make by hand, therefore, theoretically anything handmade is acraft. Although that's true, a craft typically falls into acategory of items that are normally sold under the umbrella ofarts and crafts that are either decorative or useful or both?andthat consumers generally purchase for ornamental or pract...
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More Solid Perfume Recipes
2008-05-18 18:10:00
If you are intrested in making your own solid perfumes, I found some more recipes that you may be interested in adding to your collection.Solid Perfume 1Make a solid base out of sweet Almond oil, Beeswax and a couple of drops of Vitamin E. Heat up the oil so it?s good and warm, melt the Beeswax in it, take it off heat and let it cool slightly, stir it so it thickens, then add the Vitamin E. To this you can add any scent, put in little containers, and it will harden up. To make a lip Balm, all you need to do is add honey to this blend!!!Solid Perfume 2½ oz. melted Beeswax1½ oz. Myrrh infused oil½ oz. Clary Sage infused oil25 drops Clary Sage e.o.10 drops Patchouli e.o.8 drops Rose e.o.5 drops Chamomile e.o.Add infused oils to jar and add wax; stir well. Add Essential Oils and pour into containers (lip gloss tins work well)Solid Perfume 33 parts sweet Almond or Jojoba2 parts white Beeswax1 part scentMelt all over double boiler pour into containers.If you are looking for other recipes,...
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San Mateo County Fair
2008-05-17 20:15:00
It is that time of year again to submit entries for the San Mateo County Fair . I have lived in the area for all my life and never thought of entering a project to exhibit at the fair. In 2006, I was was working for Michaels Arts and Crafts Store as an Event Coordinator. One day in May I was at the Atherton Library and I saw the brochure for the fair. As I looked through the brochure, I noticed some information for Wilton Cake Decorating and thought I would let the Wilton Instructor know about it so that she could tell her students to enter. As I read along I found information about entries for general crafts. As person who creates my own soap and other bath/body products, I decided to submit a basket of my muffin bath fizzy bombs. And to my pleasant surprise I won third place on my very first try.I skipped last years event, but I decided I would like to submit another entry of a basket full of bath and body goodies to see how I do.If you have a craft that you make and would...
Germall® Plus (Powder)
2008-05-17 19:32:00
A patented combination of 99% Diazolidinyl Urea (DU) and 1% Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate (IPBC). Germall Plus is a highly effective, broad spectrum, non-paraben preservative for oil-in-water and water-in-oil emulsions and water soluble formulations. It has no known chemical inactivators and is compatible with virtually all cosmetic ingredients, including proteins and surfactants. Germall Plus is a white, fine, free-flowing hygroscopic powder. Not recommended for products intended to be aerosolized. Shipped with a dessicant packet to maintain product integrity. Recommended Use Levels: 0.05% - 0.2% Appearance: Powder INCI: Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate.If you are interested in using this ingredient to preserve your lotions, Lotion Crafters carries it. And here is a link to this particular ingredient- l-Plus-Powder-pr-16168.html.There are other online suppliers that sells this particular preservative. Southern Soapers carri...
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