Making Scentz (aka Homemade Bath Products)

Dear readers, Many thanks for making the Candy Cane Sugar Scrub typically the most popular Natural Beauty Workshop formula ever! I am excited with the success of this recipe, and have liked sharing it with you all truly. Since scrubs are one of my all time favorite bath and body products, I’ve decided to feature a new scrub recipe every month on The Natural Beauty Workshop. Month I’ll reveal a different recipe using some of our favorite natural and complimentary substances Every.

I’m looking forward to the challenge of fabricating new and interesting scrubs on a regular basis. The first scrub of this series was motivated by one of the season’s sweetest mascots, the candy cane. Creamy Shealoe Butter has been scented with peppermint and combined into white sugar. Red Jojoba Wax Beads give this formula an extra flair of color! Shealoe Butter is a wonderful base for scrubs. It provides a thick consistency, an even persistence, and it rinses away without any additional emulsifier.

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To make a duo-colored scrub, like the one pictured, you’ll need two small blending bowls. Add 5 Tablespoons of glucose to each dish. In a dual boiler, melt 1 teaspoon of white beeswax completely. Next, add 1/4 cup of Shealoe Butter to the dual boiler and turn the burner off.

Be careful to warm the Shealoe Butter very carefully. Overheating Shealoe Butter can lead it to separate. When it has melted completely, mix the butter and wax mix into one of the dishes of sugars. Next, add 1/4 teaspoon of perfume or essential oil to the mix and bowl. Add 1/2 teaspoon of Red Jojoba Wax beads and mix well.

Pour the combination into a resealable handbag. Continue doing this process with the second bowl of glucose, this time, departing the Red Jojoba Wax Beads out of the mixture. To help make the piping easier, refrigerate the luggage of scrub for ten-fifteen minutes. When the scrub is ready, roll one bag’s material into the part of the handbag and slice the corner.

Just like piping icing onto a cake, tube your scrub onto the walls of a clear jar. This might take some practice, but even if you are lines aren’t perfectly straight, it will create a lovely effect. Continue doing this step with the next color of scrub. When the wall space are covered, pipe the rest of the scrub into the middle of the jar in whatever style you prefer. This scrub can also be made in one color.