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from Soap Deli News

Rockstar Bath and Beauty Products to Make and Sell

Looking for crafts to make and sell? Consider these 36 rock star bath and beauty products you can make to sell at local craft fairs, farmer’s markets, boutiques and online shops.

So fresh! LUSH bath bombs :)...seriously bath time has never been more fun since I started Buying these goodies...drop them in and they fizz while infusing the water with good skin ingredients... Scents are awesome too

The EXACT bath bomb recipe base used by LUSH! Simply customize with your favorite color, shape, and scent. Pin now, make later!!

from Soap Queen

How to Store Handmade Bath Products

How to Store Handmade Bath Products - Soap Queen

Here is an image of several different types of bath bombs. This images makes me think of variety. Looking at this image motivates me to master "variety" as a whole. Being able to create an assortment of the same products in different scents, colors, and shapes gives customers options. We all love options, right?

from A Mom's Take

13 Homemade Bath and Body Products!

Try one of these relaxing homemade bath products including diy bath salt, easy body butter, and lotion bar recipes.

from Inspire Beauty Tips

How to make bath salts at home

Learn how to prepare bath salt at home: it is simple and much more healthy than any commercialized product. Homemade relaxation just for you.

from Suburban Simplicity

Simple Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub

This Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub recipe smells good enough to eat plus it's super easy to make! A simply perfect DIY!

from eHow

How to Make Bath Bombs Without Citric Acid

Bath bombs leave your bathwater cleansing & soothing. However, bath bombs can be expensive and include citric acid that can be harsh on your skin. DIY it using ingredients found at the grocery store, and omit the citric acid. This recipe calls for cream of tartar, which, when combined with baking soda, will give you the same fizzy results!