Archive for the ‘Fast and Simple Gifts’ Category

Magic Foaming Bath Fizzies

Friday, April 4th, 2014
Bubbles are the greatest thing in the world! I think that bubbles are 80% of why I got into and have stayed in soapmaking. There, now you know my little dirty secret as to why I love soapmaking. If you love bubbles as much as I do, come join me for today’s recipe. You won’t want to miss it!

 

As much as I love bubbles, that is not what makes these bath fizzies so magical. No, it is the color. These little gems stay white but as soon as they touch water, bam color! The magic in these bath fizzies make it great for all of those who are kids or just kids at heart. Come join me today for a simple recipe you can share with friends and family!

 

Ingredients
Baking Soda
Citric Acid
Corn Starch
Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
Freesia Fragrance Oil
Ocean Blue Color
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
340 grams Baking Soda
170 grams Citric Acid
57 grams Corn Starch
142 grams Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
6 grams Freesia Fragrance Oil
0.15 cc Ocean Blue Color
Recipe in Ounces
12 oz Baking Soda
6 oz Citric Acid
2 oz Corn Starch
5 oz Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
0.25 oz Freesia Fragrance Oil
0.15 cc Ocean Blue Color
Recipe in Percentages
48% Baking Soda
24% Citric Acid
8% Corn Starch
20% Sodium Laurel Sulfoacetate
Q.S. Freesia Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Ocean Blue Color

Weigh everything except the fragrance oil into a plastic bag. (Some of these ingredients are highly airborne. So much so that wearing a mask may be helpful.) Seal up the plastic bag and gently mix the dry ingredients. You don’t want to shake it because when you open the bag, you will get a cloud rising from the bag. Once the dry ingredients are fully mixed, add your fragrance oil. Don’t forget to double check with the fragrance calculator when you choose a different fragrance. Mix the fragrance oil into the dry ingredients. You can now package your bath fizzies.

 

Note of Caution: Do not package your bath fizzies in glass. If any water gets into the container then it is sealed up, the expansion can cause a dangerous explosion. Please be safe. We highly recommend “single serving” sizes packaged into plastic bags. These are much safer and give you plenty of cute options.
Taylor

Finished Foaming Bath Fizzie

Finished Foaming Bath Fizzie

A Little Foaming Action!

A Little Foaming Action!

Beaker with Plastic Bag

Beaker with Plastic Bag

Weighing Dry Ingredients

Weighing Dry Ingredients

Weighing Dry Ingredients

Weighing Dry Ingredients

Adding Dry Color

Adding Dry Color

Adding Dry Color

Adding Dry Color

Adding Fragrance Oil

Adding Fragrance Oil

Added Fragrance Oil

Added Fragrance Oil

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Gentle Lotion Scrub

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
We recently received a request for a gentle scrub that would be on the thicker side and be gentle when exfoliating the skin. So today I am going to show you how to make a Lotion Scrub. This is very simple to make, easy to use, and your skin will be extremely happy.

Recipe:
4 oz – Head to Toe Cream, Paraben Free
2 tablespoons – Fiber, Luffa – Ground or Fiber, Vanilla Beans – Ground
Containers of choice – I’m using 4 oz Clear PET Low Profile Jar Size 70

I first measure out 4 ounces of lotion base into a mixing bowl then added 2 tablespoons of ground luffa or vanilla bean, stirred with a spoon until completely mixed, then I filled the finished scrub into containers, that’s it.

I was really excited to try this scrub so I used the luffa scrub first and scooped some out and rubbed it in my hands and up my arms a bit. I rubbed for a couple of minutes and then rinsed it off in warm water. The excess lotion and ground luffa or vanilla bean rinsed right off and left my hands soft and silky. This would be great to apply everywhere prior to a shower, my legs definitely could use this. What a great idea and something different to use for those of you that need a gentle exfoliation.

Happy Scrubbing!

Tonya

Ingredients

Ingredients

Adding Luffa to the lotion

Adding Luffa to the lotion

Adding Vanilla Beans to Lotion

Adding Vanilla Beans to Lotion

Mixed lotion with ground vanilla beans

Mixed lotion with ground vanilla beans

Mixed lotion with ground luffa

Mixed lotion with ground luffa

Product completed in containers

Products completed in containers

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Magic Tub Tea

Friday, January 24th, 2014
Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching and I wanted to have some cute things ready. Valentine’s Day is all about love, more specifically, love between couples. But why can’t we show a little love to ourselves? Here is a fantastic milk tub tea that has a bit of magic added to it.

I think one of the best ways to slow down and take some personal time is to take a bath. Showers are are quick, fast and invigorating. Baths are slow, peaceful and calming. Because there is more time in an enclosed space, it is best to use very small amounts of fragrance. If it is too intense, the user may feel driven out before they are ready. Light and mild is best.

The first product in my formulation is Milk Powder. Milk Powder is simple and easy to use. Milk has also been used as a beauty agent for a very long time. Even Ancient Egyptians used milk in their baths! Because milk is a natural blend of fats and water, it is really good for the skin.

Next, I used Natrasorb. Natrasorb is a really, really fluffy form of tapioca starch. It helps keeps the bath tea from becoming oily from the extract and fragrance oil. It also helps the bath tea seem more fragrant than a bath tea without Natrasorb.

I also used Epsom Salt. These salts are wonderful. High in mineral content, Epsom salts have been long used for spa treatments such as baths and foot soaks. You can also use a sea salt but I have a personal preference to Epsom Salt.

Botanicals also make an appearance in this formulation. How can you have a tub tea without botanicals? I chose Rose Buds and Chamomile Petals. Roses are a luxury item that has been used in beauty products for as long as we have written record! Calendula has constituents that are anti-inflammatory in nature. Calendula is also used for managing dry, rough and scaly skin.

To give the skin a little more pampering, I added Chamomile Extract. Because of its famous soothing nature, I wanted a little to bolster the skin. Perfect for soothing both mind and body!

Finally, I added some fun finishing touches, a fragrance oil and some color. This is where the magic is. :-) I chose to use our Purple Raspberry Color in its dry form so that it would lightly color the bath water. Prior to adding water the mixture looks white, except for the botanicals. My fragrance oil of choice is Red Clover Tea. You may use any fragrance or essential oil for this recipe. Don’t forget to use a pretty ribbon!

Ingredients
Milk Powder
Natrasorb
Epsom Salt
Rose Buds
Calendula Petals
Chamomile Extract
Red Clover Tea Fragrance Oil
Purple Raspberry Color
Equipment
Scale
Container
Spoons
Pipettes
Plastic Bags
Heat and Seal Tea Bags
Iron
0.15 cc Scoops

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
120 grams Milk Powder
13.3 grams Natrasorb
120 grams Epsom Salt
5.3 grams Rose Buds
5.3 grams Calendula Petals
1.3 grams Chamomile Extract
1.3 grams Red Clover Tea Fragrance Oil
0.15 cc Purple Raspberry Color
Recipe in Ounces
4.23 oz Milk Powder
0.46 oz Natrasorb
4.23 oz Epsom Salt
0.18 oz Rose Buds
0.18 oz Calendula Petals
0.04 oz Chamomile Extract
0.04 oz Red Clover Tea Fragrance Oil
0.15 cc Purple Raspberry Color
Recipe in Percentages
45% Milk Powder
5% Natrasorb
45% Epsom Salt
2% Rose Buds
2% Calendula Petals
0.5% Chamomile Extract
0.5% Red Clover Tea Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Purple Raspberry Color

Measure Milk Powder, Natrasorb and Purple Raspberry Color into a plastic bag. Mix well. Measure Epsom Salts, Red Clover Tea Fragrance Oil and Chamomile Extract into a separate bag and mix. In a third bag, weigh Calendula Petals and Rose Buds, then add the first two bags. Mix until uniform. Scoop into Heat and Seal Tea Bags. I like approximately 2 tablespoons of product per Jumbo Bag. Using an iron, seal the edges of the bag. Finish with a cute ribbon and label. Enjoy!
Taylor

Finished Tub Teas

Finished Tub Teas

Weighing Milk Powder

Weighing Milk Powder

Weighing Natrasorb

Weighing Natrasorb

Adding Dry Color

Adding Dry Color

Weighing Salt, Fragrance Oil and Extract

Weighing Salt, Fragrance Oil and Extract

Two Separate Bags

Two Separate Bags

Adding All Weighed Ingredients Together

Adding All Weighed Ingredients Together

All Ingredient Prior To Mixing

All Ingredient Prior To Mixing

Mixed Tub Tea

Mixed Tub Tea

Scooping Tub Tea into Tea Bag

Scooping Tub Tea into Tea Bag

Sealing Tea Bag with an Iron

Sealing Tea Bag with an Iron

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Carolyn’s Acai Butter Lip Balm

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Acai Butter.

Acai Butter.

Carolyn asked for some help to make a lip balm using Acai Butter. Carolyn wrote: I want to make lip balm with some acai butter I have. I just love the color and the texture. I would like acai to be the main butter so the color can show in the finished product. The lip balm base should be feel creamy and thick on the lips. In my cupboard, I have almond, avocado, castor, macadamia, coconut, sunflower, hydrogenated soybean, palm kernel, and apricot kernel oils. I also have various basic butters including acai, macadamia, and Shea. For waxes, I have beeswax and candilellia. For flavor, I would like to use something that might be like acai: huckleberry or something else. Thanks for all your amazing help!

A lip balm is easy to make, so I created the following formula for Carolyn. Before we jump into the formula, let’s talk about Acai Butter. I agree with Carolyn that it is a lovely color and I would love to see this color in a finished lip balm. That being said, I have yet to get the color to stay while making a lip balm that works well. The purple tones are some of the hardest colors to achieve in a lip balm without using a large amount of color. When I have made different products using the Acai Butter, the color from other ingredients over powers the color of the Acai Butter and the finished product has a lovely tan color. This includes the Lotion Bar and the Superfruit Lip Scrub. While the Lip Scrub only contains less than 5% of Acai Butter, the Lotion Bar contains 25% of Acai Butter and yet still is a lovely tan.

So, let’s make this recipe and see if we are headed in the right direction as far as texture and consistency. If we are headed in the right direction, then let’s make an infusion of Alkanet Root Powder in the Sweet Almond Oil and try this to make a reddish-purple color in the finished lip balm. Or we can use the Oil Soluble Lip Colors and mix Ruby with Blue to get a purple color.

Collect needed items:

Ingredients
Beeswax
Palm Kernel Oil
Acai Butter
Sweet Almond Oil
Castor Oil
Huckleberry Flavor Oil
Equipment
Microwave safe container for weighing ingredients
Scale
Transfer Pipettes
Spoons
Containers for the finished products

Recipe: (Makes 100 grams or 3.53 ounces)

Recipe in ounces
0.71 ounces Beeswax
0.56 ounces Palm Kernel Oil
0.88 ounces Acai Butter
0.88 ounces Sweet Almond Oil
0.35 ounces Castor Oil
0.14 ounces Huckleberry Flavor Oil
Recipe in grams
20 grams Beeswax
16 grams Palm Kernel Oil
25 grams Acai Butter
25 grams Sweet Almond Oil
10 grams Castor Oil
4 grams Huckleberry Flavor Oil
Recipe in Percentages
20% Beeswax
16% Palm Kernel Oil
25% Acai Butter
25% Sweet Almond Oil
10% Castor Oil
4% Huckleberry Flavor Oil

Weigh all ingredients into your microwave safe container. Microwave using shorts bursts of time until all of the ingredients are melted. Once all the ingredients have been melted, pour into your desired lip balm tubes or pots. Allow to cool completely before capping. This recipe will fill approximately 22 Lip Balm Tubes of the 0.15 size.

Notes:
There are specks of the Acai Seed in this butter, so don’t be alarmed by any particles that will settle down on the bottom of your microwave safe container. Simply fill the tubes and leave the particles at the bottom of the container.

Carolyn, I hope this helps you with a starting point. Let me know if there are any changes that we should make and we will make the perfect Acai Butter Lip Balm for you!

Andee

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Gifts from the Cupboard – Head to Toe Base

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Head to Toe Cream – Paraben Free Base or Body Cream Base

This is a perfect time of the year to restock the cupboard, you may have some extra time or you may even have some extra hands around the house. A great time to restock the cupboard with your great gift ideas that will be on hand when that next gift is needed.

Head to Toe Cream, another great base product that is simple and easy to make wonderful gifts fast. This cream is one of my favorites, I keep a jar of this stuff everywhere! You can use any of the bases, Body Cream, Goat Milk Cream, Head to Toe Cream, whichever you choose the process is the same.

Items to Collect:
Head to Toe Cream – Paraben Free Base
Containers of your choice
Fragrance Oil of choice
zipper baggies

A super fast and less messy way is to weigh out the Head to Toe Cream into a zipper bag, add in a great fragrance, then zip the top before kneading the bag to completely mix in the fragrance. Then cut the corner of the bag and pipe into the jar, add lid and label. So simple and easy to do. You can even make this easier by ordering the Body Cream Kit! This kit comes complete with a gallon of base, jars, lids, fragrance, and labels.

Tonya

Body Cream measuring out lotion Body Cream adding to baggie Body Cream adding fragrance and mixing t_BodyCreamBase

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Gifts for the Cupboard – Bath Bombs

Friday, January 3rd, 2014

Bath Bombs

Bath bombs are super easy to make and they also make fantastic gifts. This is also a fun idea for your kids to make for their friends. This project may not be the fastest with kids, but it surely will be fun for all. This is a perfect time of the year to restock the cupboard, you may have some extra time or you may even have some extra hands around the house. A great time to restock the cupboard with your great gift ideas that will be on hand when that next gift is needed. Today I am going to put my teenagers to work or really I’m going to bribe them to help make up a big batch of bath bombs. I’m going to need a few extra hands to make this a fun afternoon. The kids will get their own and a few for sharing with friends, a great trade off to have my gift cupboard filled.

Collect needed items:
Ingredients
Baking Soda
Citric Acid
Corn Starch
Fragrance Oil of your choice
Water Soluble Colorant Kit
Distilled Water in a Spray Bottle

Equipment
Multicube Clamshell or other Molds of your choice
Scale
Pipettes
Large plastic bag for mixing
Small plastic bags for individualizing each clamshell
Recipe: (Makes 6 pounds, fills 20-22 Multi-Cube Clamshells)

Recipe in pounds:
3 pounds Baking Soda
2 pounds Citric Acid
1 pound Corn Starch

Recipe in Percentages
50% Baking Soda
34% Citric Acid
16% Corn Starch

Color Note: 
Adding color to this recipe can be done with ease if it is mixed with water and spritzed lightly into the dry ingredients. Try a .15 cc scoop of the water soluble dyes into a 4 oz size bottle with spray head and see how easy it is to color your bath bombs!

Weigh dry materials into a bag and mix well. If using the Multi-Cube Clamshell, weigh 4.4 ounces into a small bag. Add up to 1/2 mL fragrance oil and mix well, making sure all the clumps have been broken up. Spritz the colored water over the dry powder once or twice and then mix thoroughly. Alternate spritzes of colored water and plain water until the mixture is the texture of coarse corn meal.

Be careful to not over spray or your bombs may start fizzing, so spray once or twice and mix thoroughly, then repeat if necessary. Compress finished product into Multi-Cube Clamshell or Mold of your choice and let dry thoroughly about 6-12 hours. Label and give as gifts or keep for yourself! Used the Multi-Cube Clamshell? Simply break off a cube or two into your next bath.

This recipe will make approximately 20-22 Multi-Cube Clamshells.

Tonya

Mixing bath bombs.

Mixing bath bombs.

Look at mine!

Look at mine!

Oh dear! It is hard choosing a fragrance.

Oh dear! It is hard choosing a fragrance.

 

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Gifts for the Cupboard – Bubble Bath Base

Thursday, January 2nd, 2014

This is an easy product to use and it makes great gifts to give. My children and I got the Bubble Bath Gift Kit, we put together the bottles of bubble bath and labeled and my children gave the finished products to all of their friends for holiday gifts. This is a great time to use the Kit to create several items for my gift cupboard, I like to have these on hand for future holidays and this is a great time to restock the cupboard.

Items to Collect:
Bubble Bath Base
Bottles
Fragrance of choice

or the easiest way to go is the Bubble Bath Kit, this kit comes complete with bubble bath base, pump, bottles, caps, and labels for a complete finished look.

The kit is super easy and we had a very fun afternoon putting these gifts together. The kids will love what they make and their friends love the great fragrances.

All you need to do is pump the Bubble Bath Base into bottles, add a fragrance and color, then we topped off with Bubble Bath and mixed thoroughly. We then labeled. That’s it! Super easy, fast, and a great product. I can’t wait for my next bubble bath!

Check the fragrance calculator to see how much fragrance to add to your size bottle.

Tonya

Bubble Bath

Bubble Bath

Bubble Bath Paige choosing a fragrance

Bubble bath demo

Bubble Bath Base

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Gifts for the Cupboard – Wax Melts

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

Wax Melts for Warmers

This is a fun and easy gift to make for your self or for giving. I have several warmers throughout my house and I think it is an easy way to freshen up any room with fabulous scents. This is also the perfect time of the year to restock the gift cupboard, you may have some extra time or you may even have some extra hands around the house. Wax Melts are another fun item that I like to give for gifts for any holiday. You could make up several batches with a wide variety of fragrances or you could follow the recipe below and fragrance each clamshell; this is a simple and easy recipe for making fun gifts.

Wax Melts Recipe
1 lb. Soy Wax
1 lb. Fractionated Coconut Oil
Fragrance or Essential Oil of choice
Multi-cube Clamshell – great idea for breaking off a chunk later
or Wax Tart Molds I’m going to try the Pinecone Tart Mold with Christmas Tree Fragrance Oil

Weigh 1 lb. Soy Wax, add 1 lb. Fractionated Coconut Oil. Heat together on medium until fully melted. I like to use the Mulit-cube clamshell so we measured out 2.4 oz. of melted product into a small paper cup, then added fragrance 2 ml, stirred and then poured into the Multi-cube Clamshell. Be careful to not over heat your mixture, if it is too hot it can melt your Multi-cube Clamshells. After wax melts are cooled, then close the Multi-cube Clamshell container and label.

Everyone will be so impressed that you will be making this often for your friends and giving as gifts. This recipe yields approx. 6 of the Multi-cube Clamshells, so make some for giving and don’t forget to make some extra for yourself. Don’t forget, your gift cupboard has been depleted!

Tonya

Melting Wax

Pouring Melted Wax into Clamshell

Wax cooling in Clamshell

Adding Fragrance into Melted Wax

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LuAnn’s Fun Scrubs for Christmas Cupboards

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

LuAnn asked for some help to create a good sugar scrub recipe that is put into bottles instead of jars. LuAnn says: I always have loved it when you guys do this! You have made 2 awesome recipes for me before, so if you don’t have time for mine, I totally understand! If you you can, I am looking for a good sugar scrub recipe! I have a recipe for a whipped sugar scrub, that I really like, but only right when I make it. The next day, it is no longer fluffy, and is really thick and stiff. I could put it into jars, but I REALLY would like to have it in tottles, so people don’t have to dig fingers into it! And I would like it to be more creamy, like when I first make it. Sorry, it’s a tall order! I have all the usual soaping and lotion making oils, plus lots of extras, such as pumpkin seed oil, black cumin, hemp, etc. There isn’t much that I don’t have! I’ll wait to see if you have any ideas! Thanks!

Yes, LuAnn you do have a tall order! Let me tell you what you are up against and how to solve this issue. Sugar has a higher specific density that makes it want to settle to the bottom, either the bottom of the jar or the cap of the tottle (a tottle is a bottle that is able to stand on the cap). In order to keep this scrub mixture from settling the scrubbing grains must be of the same specific gravity as the fluid. At the same time you desire a whipped product. Whipping can be adjusted and with the right ingredients the mixture can stay whipped. Whipping and supporting scrubbing grains is a tough job that requires a lot of testing for specific density.

To find a scrubbing grain material that is compatible with your mixture look for something that has a specific density near or lower than one, this means it will nearly float in water. Look for something that does not dissolve in water easily and is stable for long term storage.  Try seeds, ground nuts, etc.

You might try a few of these recipes for quick gifts. The testing for your scrub recipe is going to take a good long while. I also suggest placing a small spoon next to your scrubs if possible, then hopeful people will use the spoon instead of digging in with the fingers.

Raspberry Sugar Scrub inspired by Raspberry Salt Scrub Blog

Collect Needed Item:
Raspberry Seed Oil
Grapeseed Oil
Polysorbate 20
Squalane
Vitamin E Acetate
Sugar
Green Mango Fragrance Oil
Liquid Germall Plus

This is a 100 gram batch.

Recipe In Percentages
8% Raspberry Seed Oil
17% Grapeseed Oil
3% Polysorbate 20
1% Squalane
1% Vitamin E Acetate
70% Sugar, (white or brown)
.25% Green Melon
.2% Liquid Germall Plus

Recipe In Grams
8 grams Raspberry Seed Oil
17 grams Grapeseed Oil
3 grams Polysorbate 20
1 grams Squalane
1 grams Vitamin E Acetate
70 grams Salt, Either Dead Sea or Medium Bath (I used Dead Sea Salt, Fine)
.25 grams Green Melon
.2 grams Liquid Germall Plus

Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl. Add the fragrance and Liquid Germall Plus last. Stir well. Once the ingredients have been blended well, scoop into containers for use. Enjoy this fabulous scrub!

Shea Butter Sugar Scrub inspired by Shea Butter Lip Scrub blog

Collect Needed Items
Sugar
Shea Butter
Peach Kernel Oil
Vitamin E Acetate
Natural Vanilla Oil
Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

This is a 100 gram batch.

Recipe in Percentages
65% Sugar
20% Shea Butter
10% Peach Kernel Oil
1% Vitamin E Acetate
2% Natural Vanilla Oil
2% Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

Recipe in Grams
65 grams Sugar
20 grams Shea Butter
10 grams Peach Kernel Oil
1 grams Vitamin E Acetate
2 grams Natural Vanilla Oil
2 grams Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

Weigh all of the ingredients into the food processor bowl. Gently pulse the ingredients together until thoroughly mixed. Once the scrub is mixed together, fill the jars and cap.

Take each recipe and adjust as needed to achieve your dream scrub. Try more oil less sugar for a more fluid scrub. Take notes along the way and I hope you enjoy testing some of these recipes!

Weigh all oils.

Weigh all oils.

Fully mixed scrub.

Fully mixed scrub.

Mix salt into oil mixture.

Mix salt into oil mixture.

Finished scrub comparison.

Finished scrub comparison.

Finished scrubs in jars.

Finished scrubs in jars.

Tonya

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Karen’s Easy Face Mask for Christmas Cupboards

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

French Green Clay is the base for this recipe.

French Green Clay is the base for this recipe.

Karen asked for some help to create a face mask for her daughter. Karen wrote: A mask and or pampering something for my daughter, who is 30 and gets monthly hormonal breakouts. She is sensitive to some fragrances. Something luxurious and soothing and cleansing would be wonderful. (She is a surgical resident and doesn’t have a lot of personal time.) I have all the basics, including French green clay, pink and red kaolin clay, blue Cambrian clay, vanilla bean seeds and ground rose hips. (I have a lot of stuff) Distance is a factor; she lives on the East coast and I live in Alaska. Might need a preservative.

Masks are very easy to make and we have an excellent recipe that will also work with the distance factor between Karen and her daughter. Let’s go make a simple face mask!

Ingredients:
French Green Clay
Ground Vanilla Bean Specks

Instructions:
Sift the clay and measure 1/4 cup. Take a weight. Add in 1 tsp ground vanilla beans, take a weight. Now you will have a nice mixture that you can make dry and can make more, adjusting the recipe to suit her needs as she requests!

Usage Instructions:
Mix 3 tablespoons of the clay mask mixture with 1.5 tablespoons of water. Allow the mixture to sit for 5 minutes to completely hydrate. After 5 minutes, you can use the face mask by following the following directions.
1) Rinse face with warm water.
2) Rub a thin layer of mask onto your face.
3) Allow mask to dry on your face or at least 5 minutes with a maximum amount of time being 15 minutes.
4) Once the mask is dry, gently wash face with a warm and damp wash rag.

I hope this helps!

Andee

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