I love this body scrub recipe. It’s simply made with coconut oil and epsom salts. Essential oils can be added for fragrance but coconut oil and salt work great on its own. You can use this scrub as a full body scrub, hand scrub and foot scrub. The salt gently exfoliates the skin and the …
Kitchen soap made with ground coffee. Talk about a wake up call! Hazelnut Coffee scent in a tough working soap that helps to cut odors. This is possibly one of my favorite soaps. It’s great for those garlic and onion smells you just can’t seem to wash away, plus the exfoliation will get your fingers sparkling clean. A very pretty soap with an awesome scent!
DIY Cappuccino Milk Bath This delicious scented milk bath combines skin soothing Oat Flour with gently exfoliating Milk Powder to create a luscious, skin pleasing combination that you and your tub will love. makes great gifts as well..
I love the smell of coffee, so I was excited to try the post I've seen where you put coffee beans, in a glass jar, with a vanilla candle. Well, you can imagine my disappointment when all I ended up with was burnt coffee beans.. Lovely. So, I decided to try putting the coffee beans in my wax warmer! I mixed them with the better homes and gardens, Vanilla Caramel Spice scented wax, from Walmart. It works so much better! No burnt beans, and a much stronger scent!
DIY Extract Coffee Oil From a Coffee Bean coffee beans have some natural oils which will be activated by heat application that often termed as essence or caffeol. This coffee oil is included in many things like cosmetics, fragrances, biodiesel and health supplements. #CoffeeOil #HomeMade
Free Beginner's Guide to Soapmaking: Common Soapmaking Oils
One of the best parts of soap crafting is being able to customize your recipe down to the very last ingredient. There are an infinite number of oil, fragrance, color and technique combinations, which is one of the reasons soap making can be so exciting! Arguably one of the most important aspect of any soaping …