SCOOPABLE WAX RECIPE
- 272mls of melted A27 Performance Soy wax
- 165mls of Coconut oil
- 60mls fragrance oil (12% ratio)
- Dye Chips
- Glitter, sprinkles or dried flowers (anything you would like to add to your scoopable wax)
Heat your wax to 70°C, (if you are using colour now is the time to add your dye chips and combine until you have your achieved colour)
Then add your fragrance and coconut oil. Stir for two minutes so that it is all combined.
Once combined, let your mixture sit until it becomes opaque and firm around the outside, then stir to make the mix a creamy, opaque consistency and to remove any lumps.
Pour into your container, add any glitters, sprinkles, flowers etc. that you would prefer to the top - you can also pipe on some extra wax to make a cupcake effect like in our photo.
Let sit for two hours, then to use scoop wax out to place in your wax melter.
SALT SCRUB RECIPE
- 1 ½ Cups Fine Sea Salt
- 2/3 Cup Almond Oil or Coconut Oil
- 15ml essential oil or 30ml fragrance oil
- Dried Flowers
- Fresh Orange Peel (optional)
Blend ingredients together and spoon into a sealed container.
To use, apply to wet skin and gently massage. Rinse well.
CARAMEL VANILLA SCRUB RECIPE
- 80g shea butter
- 1½ cups brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon almond oil
- 20ml caramel vanilla fragrance
- 1 tablespoon ground oatmeal (optional)
Melt shea butter in microwave until fluid.
Mix ingredients together. Spoon into an air-tight container.
To use, apply to wet skin and gently massage. Rinse well.
RELAXING BATH SOAK RECIPE
- 1 Cup Bicarbonate of Soda
- 1/2 Cup of Course Himalayan Salt
- 1/4 Cup Fine Sea Salt
- 1/4 Cup of Almond Oil
- 5mls of lavender essential oil or 10 ml of lavender fragrance oil
- 2-3 Tablespoons of lavender petals
Combine the bicarbonate soda, himalayan salt, fine sea salt, almond oil, fragrance oil together and mix well.
Add in lavender petals and mix through.
FLORAL BATH SOAK RECIPE
- 1 Cup of Course Himalayan Salt
- 3/4 Cup Epsom Salts
- 5mls of your favourite essential oil or 10ml of your favourite fragrance oil.
- 2-3 Tablespoons of red rose petals
- 2-3 Tablespoons of Calendula flowers
Blend salts and fragrance together and then pour into your air-tight container. Decorate the top placing the red rose petals on one half and the calendula flowers on the other half of the salts.
To use, add two-three spoonfuls into your bath.
BEESWAX LIP BALM RECIPE
- 1 Tablespoon of Beeswax
- 2 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil
- 2 Tablespoons of Shea Butter
- 10 Drops of Essential Oil or 5ml of lip balm flavouring
- 10 lip balm tubes
Melt beeswax, coconut oil and shea butter either in the microwave or on a stovetop.
Add essential oil or lip balm flavouring.
Gently pour into tubes.
You will have a little bit of the mixture left over, keep it for later.
Once lip balm has set, remelt the remainder mixture and top up the tubes as the balm does sink a little as they set.
Makes 10 tubes.
Note: If you find your lip balms have a grainy texture over time, try melting down the shea butter before blending it, putting it into the freezer and then remelting it with your beeswax and coconut oil.
EASY PERFUME RECIPE
- 10ml perfume bottle
- 7mls of Hazelnut oil (Or any other non pungent base oil)
- four drops (5%) of Essential OR fragrance oil
- Flower Petals - Optional
Fill Pefume bottle with 7mls of Hazelnut oil. Top up with your fragrance OR essential oils. Place lid on bottle and shake gently to combine ingredients!
Try adding flower petals in your roll on perfume bottle to add some colour!
You can use any perfume bottle just keep the ratio of almond oil to scent at 70:30!
BATH BOMB RECIPE
- 15ml Fragrance OR 7.5ml Essential oil
- 15ml Witch Hazel
- 15ml Polysorbate 80
- 3/4 cup of Epsom Salt
- 1 1/2 cup of Citric Acid
- 3 cups of Bi-Carb Soda
- Around 2 Teaspoons of Mica powder ( More or less can be added depending on the colour you want to achieve)
- Bath Bomb mould
Combine all wet ingredients together in a jar and stir to combine.
Combine all dry ingredients together in a bowl, using a sift to make sure there are no lumps, then whisk all dry ingredients together. You also add the Mica powder into the dry ingredients.
Slowly add the liquid mixture into the dry ingredients (about a teaspoon at a time), crumbling with your fingers after each add, making sure that it is properly combined before you add anymore to stop the chemical reaction from happening.
When it is all combined, start packing the mixture into a bath bomb mould and pack tightly in each side. Put both sides together and make sure they are overfilled so that they latch onto the other side. Let the mould dry then slowly pull the mould off of the bath bomb. Work quickly to ensure your mixture doesn't become dry.
Makes an estimate of 8 Medium Bath Bombs
FOAMING BATH BUTTER RECIPE
- 200g Foaming Bath Butter
- 200g Sugar
- 30mls of Almond Oil
- 15mls fragrance oil OR 10mls essential oil
- Liquid Body safe dyes
- Body safe glitter
Add a drop of your liquid dye into your Almond Oil. Stir to blend the dye until you have the desired colour shade. Blend bath butter, sugar and coloured oil. Whip with electric beaters for approximately 2 minutes until the mixture has doubled in size. Add fragrance and whip for another minute. Add to your container and gently sprinkle small amounts of glitter through your bath butter until the container is full.
To use, scrub the bath butter onto skin and rinse off in shower.
BODY LOTION RECIPE
- 50g of Coconut Wax
- 2.5mls Fragrance Oil OR 2mls Essential Oil
- 50ml container
Combine coconut wax and fragrance oil into mixing bowl.
Whip with fork until fluffy.
Scoop into glass container.
Rub into skin and use when desired.
CAKE SOAP RECIPE
- 1kg opaque melt and pour soap
- Soap safe liquid dye
- Isopropyl alcohol
- 12 Silicon Fluted Cake moulds or 12 hole Silicon muffin mould
- Piping bag and nozzle
- 30ml fragrance oil
- 500g Foaming bath butter
- Decorations like body safe glitter or flowers for the top of your cupcake soap
Take 500g of chopped melt and pour soap and microwave for 2 minutes and then in 10 second bursts until melted. Add 2 drops of dye to give it a sponge cake colour.
Spray the moulds with the isopropyl alcohol and then pour in the melted soap. Spray the tops with alcohol to disperse and bubbles. Allow soaps to set.
Whip the foaming body whip with fragrance oil for 15minutes, until it is fluffy and looks like meringue. Add 175g of melted melt and pour soap base to the body whip, (ensure that the soap base is not hot) and whip together until the mixture is stiff enough to pipe. Spoon mixture into a piping bag.
Unmould cupcake bases from mould and pipe the bath butter mix onto the base. Add extra decorations or flowers to the soap cake.