How to Make Your Own Enfleurage (extracting scent from flowers)

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An enfleurage is a method to extract the aroma of flowers into a usable oil base. This base can be used as-is, depending on your carrier oil of choice, or mixed into a formulation in the oil phase (again depending on the carrier base used). In this recipe we recommend using Babassu Oil or Coconut […]

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How to Make an Organic Matcha Mint Toner

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USDA Certified Organic Matcha is a Japanese green tea that brings the benefits of caffeine and powerful antioxidants. Combine this amazing tea with the powerful nutrients in the Peppermint Toner, and you have the perfect, refreshing, and uplifting organic matcha mint toner for all skin types! Matcha is rich in caffeine and antioxidants, working to […]

Fixing your DIY Gels, Shampoos & Washes

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Do you need to fix your gel or wash? Adding too much essential oil or extract to your Gel or Shampoo & Body Wash can break the gel consistency turning your once thick and luscious wash into a runny liquid. It is possible to recover the gel consistency with the following method, however, it is […]

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Recipe: Whipped Massage Gel

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This Whipped Massage Gel is a great alternative to massage balms and oils. The soothing Lavender Gel serves as a great base for lightweight, yet nourishing oils but the real magic happens with the Muscle Essential Oil Blend – carefully crafted to provide relief for tired muscles. This lightweight gel is also great to use […]

How to Make a 5% Niacinamide & Cucumber Toner

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Today’s recipe: A powerful and soothing 5% Niacinamide & Cucumber Facial Toner Niacinamide, also known as Vitamin B3, is a powerful and popular ingredient in skin care that can work wonders. It’s a versatile ingredient that’s relatively easy to work with while providing unique benefits in terms of helping create a stable, healthy-looking, youthful glow. […]

Foaming Coconut Facial Cleanser Recipe

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Finding a gentle and effective facial cleanser that also has great foam and suds can be challenging as surfactants can sometimes irritate skin–enter this Foaming Coconut Facial Cleanser! This cleanser is designed with ultra gentle sodium cocoyl isethionate. This is a fun recipe to make and it makes your skin feel amazingly soft and clean […]

Recipe: Organic Gold Facial Serum

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Ready for a new luxurious product to add to your line? Try out this easy Organic Gold Facial Serum. This daily facial oil is designed to deliver maximum nourishment while absorbing quickly. USDA Certified Organic Rosehip Seed Oil is full of vitamins including Vitamin A and Vitamin C, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids. USDA Certified […]

How to Modify a Scrub

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Body scrubs are a great way to exfoliate and reveal your freshest, and best-looking skin, but sometimes a scrub is just too thick or perhaps you just want to add a cleansing agent to help wash and exfoliate at the same time. Adding a mild surfactant such as Decyl Glucoside is a great way to […]

How to Add a Vitamin C Booster to Toners

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Boosters are a great way to customize your skincare to provide exactly what your skin needs when it needs it. This Vitamin C booster adds an extra 1% of vitamin C to your toner for days when you need a little extra Vitamin C therapy for your skin. In this recipe we use our Antioxidant […]

How to Thicken Up or Thin Down Lotions, Creams, and Conditioners

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There are many reasons you might want to adjust the viscosity of a product, and this blog discusses how to both thin down and thicken up products like lotions, creams, and conditioners. One of the main differences between creams and lotions is the viscosity so it’s relatively easy transitioning a lotion to a cream, or […]

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